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While inserting a new sim, it is asking security code

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You will probably need a code from your carrier to unlock the sim.

Posted on Apr 05, 2015

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* turn off you mobile
* remove battery for an hour
* put it back the turn it on again

* insert the 1st sim that you have made a securitycode,try to change it if its possible
* if success,try to insert the 2nd sim the enter you previous code

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hey ,

The mastercode wld be


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Security code


secuirity code defaults for Nokias are 12345. To change yours or enable it go to menu settings security, security level, then select
Scroll to and select an option:
Memory: the handset asks for the security code when selecting the SIM card memory or changing the memory in use.
Phone: the handset asks for the security code when inserting a new SIM card into the handset.

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