Question about Cell Phones
PUK locking generally happens when a user attempts to enable a security feature (like screen lock), and inadvertently attempts to "unlock" the carrier branding to the phone. Very common for cell phones that use SIM cards, and 99% of the time will need a new SIM card. Even with the PUK code, and successfully unlocking the phone, the SiM will still likely need to be replaced.
Posted on Mar 26, 2014
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