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Authentification code i have bout my hbh-300 with a P910i 3 years ago. now i would like to use it with nokia 6300. it detect it but ask for authentication code. i dont remember it. please how can i find it? thanks you in advance.

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It differs from company to company. The default code is 9999

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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    Mike Peluso Jan 17, 2008

    Sorry the default code is 0000 (all zeros) for most phones.

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