Question about Nokia 1600 Cellular Phone
CAN YOU PLEASE HELP. PHONE KEEPS ASKING FOR SECURITY CODE. DEFAULT CODE 12345 DOESN'T WORK.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
Hi if you give me all the numbers off back of phone under the battery i should be able to get you the scurity master code.
Is the phone asking for security code on all sim cards or is it just cus its different network.
you either need to unlock phone so it can use different sim cards or just the security code i can get either for you but i need imei number looks like 123456/12/123445/1 about 16 numbers long also the number that says code and also what country you are using the phone in if you give me these i can get you the master code for your phone ok
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
IT MEANS YOUR PHONE IS LOCKED AT NETWORK. YOU NEED TO UNLOCK YOUR PHONE FIRST AFTER UNLOCKING YOUR PHONE WILL ACCEPT SIM CARD. VISIT HERE THIS SITE AND GET YOUR IMEI UNLOCK CODE.
Posted on Sep 23, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The default Security code is 12345.
If you changed it and
forgot the security code please contacts your device dealer. They will provide
you the default security code so that you can use your phone.
This security lock
prevents thieves from being able to make use of stolen handsets that is why it
can only be unlocked by authorized device dealers.
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