Question about Nokia 6230
The problem is most likely because on your previous phone the names and numbers were stored on the phone memory and the sim card memory. Before removing your sim card from the old phone, you first need to copy all names and numbers from the phone memory to the sim memory and then when you transfer the sim card to the new phone you should have all the names and numbers as before. Just beware of a few potential problems. First, sim memory only generally allows entries of 14 characters and secondly there is often a limit to the overall capacity of names/numbers to 250 or maybe 300. So if you have a huge directory, you will in effect need to copy the data in blocks of say 250 entries from one phone memory to the other using the sim card as a portable memory device or else try a phone shop like Carphone Warehouse who might just do the whole job for you.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
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To get restriction code you
have to call your previous service provider. This code is provided to prevent
in case of theft taken place the other person cannot use your phone in other
While you get the restriction
code ,the previous service provider customer care officer will ask for your
personal details to check whether the mobile belongs to you only.If they are
satisfied with your answers they will provide with the restriction code.
codes are always free.DONOT pay money for these codes.The website which
provides these codes are fake.DONOT trust them.
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