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The PUK code can be found in the packaging of the sim card when you first bought it. Several wrong tries for a pin code can get the sim card blocked and only the PUK code can enable it for access. If you can't find the PUK code, you have to buy another sim card or if this is postpaid, you have to report it to your Telecom Operator.
The PUK can also be called simlock. This can only be provided by your service provider. But putting more than 5 times incorrect PUK code has completely locked the phone's sim card. Now to Resuse the phone you have to get a new Sim. There is no way to get the older Sim back. Sorry Sir.
Well it doesn't block your card, it just blocks your sim card, If you will try a diffrent SIM in your phone that will work and if you want your sim to unlock than contact your Connection service provider means the company from you have you phone connection and you need to give them your sim no, which wouldb located at the back of your SIM and they will provide you with your PUK no for the SIM card.
A PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) is the code required for enabling/unlocking a sim card. This disabling/lock is a result of erroneously entering the PIN (Personal Identification Number) multiple times. Depending on the SIM card issuer, erroneously entering the PUK code multiple times would result to a permanently blocked/disabled SIM card. The PUK code is an OTW (one time write) only and therefore the only way to open the card is with the PUK code.
In all instances, it has nothing to do with the phone itself but with the SIM card, hence, the LG Vu CU920 would still work with another SIM card.
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PUK occurs when u enter the PIN number wrongly 3 times...so when u see the PUK dont mess with it ,call your service provider immidietely cause only they have the PUK number...if your phone shows PUK disabled or card blocked that means your sim card is destroyed and there is nothing u or anyone can do about it so grab yourself a new sim card u cheap ****