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ur defalt phones codes is 12345 or 00000 u can use it Default 4 Digit user code: 1234 or 0000 Default 6 Digit Security code: 123456 or 000000
Type *#06# at the mobile screen to know IMEI no of your mobile. send the IMEI no to me and i will reply you with unlocking code. IF Problem not Solved So Please New Software install in the Phone Problem will Solved
If For puk & pin cod problem So Please Very Best Solution:You Go To Service & Sim Office and Get The Puk code And Pin code From Office oprator Enter The Puk code and Yes Enter The pin code and Yes So Puk code Open and Problem will Quickly Solved
Hello 76wild, There are many type of provider, For my provider,(maxis), i'm need to dial *100# to get the menu from maxis, Then I will replay number 9 foraccount information After that it will display menu again. And here I;m replay choose number 6 for PUK code. After that, it will ask your number that you want PUK. replay phone number.ex 0129992222 Then it will give the puk, then insert that puk and give the new pin code. I'm just give you example from my provider only.
IF your sim pin in blocked you just call up your network provider and ask them to give you your puk number after a short query they will give you your PUK number then you can easily unlock your phone and sim,
for airtel dial 198 or 121
for vodafone dial 111
for reliance dial *333
for aircel dial 134
NOTE do not try your puk number more than ten times otherwise your sim will be locked permanently
The PUK & PIN codes are Security Codes that are on the SIM card. PIN( Personal Identification Number ) PUK ( Pin Unlock Key). when the PIN code in entred wrong the SIM automatically Blocks the PIN. to unlock the PIN you need to Enter the PUK. but if you enter the PUK wrong the Entire SIM is Locked.
The PIN Code & the PUK codes are Only Known by your Network Provider. you have to get in touch with them to get the codes. how ever if you have PUK blocked you will have to get a replacement SIM
Hello and Welcome to FixYa!
No Need to worry at all, the PIN and PUK codes are all service provider dependent (SIM), so all you have to do is to call your Service Providers (Like T-Mobile,AT&T....) and ask them for the code.
They will first authenticate few things and will provide you with the code, in return.
I Hope you have a clear picture now, Regards, Waqar.
Enter wrong pin code then it will ask for puk code.Then call ur sevice provider from some other phone and tell them ur phone number they will give u ur puk code. Enter it ur phone starts. Now open settings->security->lock code Go to folowing site enter ur imie and get ur lock code and enter the new one.. www.nokialockcode.com
If you have lost your pin number, the only way to rest the PIN is either using a different SIM card, or entering wrong PIN three times, triggering in PUK code, and then calling SIM card phone company to unlock the PUK.
A lost PIN cannot be retrieved, only the PUK can be discoverd, but you will have to call the phone company.
PUK means "personal unlocking key" .
The PUK code is asked if you enter a wrong pin 3 times.
You need to call the phone company that released the SIM card, they can retrieve the PUK code from a database for free.
In your case you need to contact your SIM card provider technical support to unlock the SIM.
SIM card provider is the brand on the SIM card. For example if you have
a Vodafone card, you will need to call Vodafone to get the PUK.
The PIN and PUK are related to the SIM card, not to the phone.
If you replace the SIM card with a different one, then the phone will not ask for the PUK anymore.