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Hello! I forgot security code for nokia 603 IMEI 352425053685049. Is there option to pass it?


NOKIA 603 security unlock.
1. Insert sim, turn phone on and press vol up-arrow keys) for 3 seconds, should say pin code.
2. Press C, then press * message should flash, press * again and 04*pin*pin*pin#. *#7328748263373738# resets security code. Default security code is 12345.

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I don't remember my four digit pin


if you dont know it we dont know it try provider with a forgot password request

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I forgot the PIN code of samsung mobile SGH-E 840 to reset my settings


sir do not enter any wrong pin code otherwise your mobile will be hanged. just go to mobile shop to open that pin code but firstly you have to copy your contacts and messages data to other sim card and remove your memory card otherwise you will lose all data

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I forgot phone code of my nokia e62


cant get my voice messages read as it is asking for a pin? i have never set a pin

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I forgot my mxit pin on my pc and do not have credit and would like to retrieve my pin


Dear Friend,
  • To get your MXit Pin Number SMS ‘pin’ to 34006 from the cell/mobile number you initially registered when you register for the MXit service. Once you’ve sent the sms with the message ‘pin’ to 34006 you will receive a reply with your MXit pin number.
I think there is no other way to get your MXit pin number at the moment.

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I forgot my PIN password to my samsung A737


well, if you made your own personal password, then your out of luck

but if you didn't,

the passcode is usually 1234, 0000, or the last 4 digits of your phone number

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I forgot the security code of my cell phone


Complete information : The SIM card protects your subscription and not the phone from unauthorised users. If you change SIM cards you can still use your phone with a new SIM card. Most SIM cards are blocked at the time of purchase. If your SIM card lock is on you have to enter your PIN (Personal Identity Card) every time you turn on the phone. If you enter the wrong password three times in a row the SIM card gets blocked. This is indicated by the message PIN Blocked To unblock this you need to enter your PUK Note: card (Personal Unblocking Key). Your PIN and PUK is supplied by your service provider. You can edit your PIN and select a new four to eight digit number * If the Message Codes do not match appears when you edit your PIN you entered the new PIN incorrectly. * If the message Wrong PIN followed by Old PIN appears then it means that you have entered the old PIN incorrectly.

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Would like to clear the message log, which is listed under options of Delivery Report. However, I forgot the security code.


In case you forgot your security code, you could retrive it in case you are aware of the pin unlock code (PUK). Your cellular operator would be able to help you get your PUK in case you dont know it and that will enable you to reset your security code. Cheers!

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