Question about Cell Phones
Since cell phones can be stolen, many phones have these security features in place just for this purpose... However, some phones can have a work around, IF people are given some knowledge to what you are referring to? Need to know the exact type of phone, including model number. Best bet might be to call your service provider and tell them.. My phone is old-school but friend stays with the NEWEST POSSIBLE and know he messed something up, used my phone and was back in.. in like 10 minutes and back using it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: forgot my phone security code
download Nemesis Service Suite (NSS103812.exe) from the site mentioned below
12.27 MB 2007-08-26 NSS103812.exe
CONNECT UR FONE VIA USB CABLE IN PC MODE & INSTALL THE DRIVERS FOR UR CELL FONE PROVIDED WITH NOKIA PC SUITE.THEN EXIT PC SUITE
Nemesis Service Suite
downloaded from the above site
SELECT USB VIRTUAL DRIVE during installation (in case of nokia 6120c)(for nokia 5700 use diamond protection)
AFTER INSTALLATION OPEN IT
THEN CLICK ON SCAN BUTTON
AFTER THAT CLICK ON PHONE INFO
NOW CLICK ON SCAN
NOW CLICK ON PERMANENT MEMORY TAB given on right bottom of application
NOW CLICK ON READ
IT WILL READ THE PERMANENT MEMORY FILE
& WRITE IT TO THE DISK
UR PM FILE WILL BE LOCATED IN THE PATH:
open that PM file in NOTEPAD
now scroll uptil FIELD  and on the 5th RECORD ur security code is saved
5=31313131310000000000 remove all the "3" digits and it will be like that
5= 11111 0000000000 now its 11111 thats it.
That is the security code..
this works on n73.
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
Put a non-accepted SIM Card and turn it on. Type *#9998*3323#. Press Exit. You will get a new menu. Select Malloc Fail.
In newer phones:
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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