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Call barring has been activated on my nokia N95 and nothing I do seems to cancel it. I have taken the sim card out and it works fine in another phone. The problem lays in the phone, not my service provider. I have tried to restore factory settings, but without the barring password, which I dont have, the phone wont work.

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Backup your phone then 3 finger reset then restore it

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