Question about Nokia 2610 Cellular Phone
Found this answer on the european nokia website
You enter the PUK code, when the SIM has been locked by too many attempts at entering the PIN code for the SIM.
When the PUK code is needed, the phone will specifically ask you to enter it. If you want to trigger the PUK code request, enter the PIN code for the SIM card incorrectly a few times. There is no key press codes to trigger the PUK code prompt.
Each PUK code is specific to each SIM card, and has nothing to do with the phone itself.
And the PUK code is also not related to the phone security/lock code (the default for the security/lock code on the phone is 12345 on Nokia phones).
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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