Question about Cell Phones
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have heard that some of the Nokias are well locked. I would approach this with one of the sim card based unlockers from dealextreme. This sits on top of any new sim card you wish to use, allowing it to bypass the phone network lock. I've not tried it but they're cheap enough to give a go.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
When you place a new or a existing SIM card from another phone provider into your mobile phone and it asks for a Security Code then :-
This phone is locked to the original mobile phone provider. You need to contact this mobile provider to ask for the unlock code (Security Code) for this phone. You need to provide proof of ownership etc and the phone's unique IMEI number which is located inside the phone under the battery. They use this number to generate the unlock code for your phone.
They should provide you with instructions on how to enter this code into the phone.
Once you unlock the phone, then you can insert a new SIM card in this phone or sign up with another phone provider using this phone.
You could ring the phone provider and ask for the unlock security code because you are going overseas and wish to use your phone with a prepaid SIM card from another country. This may be a free service.
The other way to get your phone unlock is to use a phone unlocking company on the Internet, they usually charge a couple of Dollars for their services. Use Google and search for "Security unlocking code” companies in your area.
You can also try these WEB sites :-
The IMEI number is unique the each mobile phone.
The number is printed on the label under the battery.
You can also get the IMEI number by entering this on your phone
*#06# It will then display your IMEI number and you may also get a unique global serial number. Your IMEI number should be 15 digits.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
SOURCE: nokia 6120 network no acess
This can be fixed correctly by Re-setting your phone by typing *#7780*,by typing this your phone will be reset without clearing any data's from your phone.if the problem comes again please give to any near by service centers to make some necessary fixing of your board in the phone. if you like my comment please give me some points For my Better Growth,wishing your betterment
Posted on Apr 21, 2012
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