Question about Nokia 6300 Cell Phone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: restriction code for nokia 6300
It is paid service and many providers give it. U may search them here at fixya or other mobile support forum like GSMHOSTING, GSMHELP etc. No one can give u such code because it is part of Nokia security. The code is as per cell's unique IMEI and only can be obtained by professional software tools like BB5 box and other compitable tools. It is advisable to visit nearby mobile technician who have such box. He will charge u for that. If it sounds informative do not forget to vote.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
SOURCE: My nokia 6300 got wet.
First off how did you dry your phone ? Also how wet did it get ? Fall in deep water totally submerged and how long ?
The best way to dry a phone out is to put it in a bowl of dry rice and cover it (seperate the battery from the phone and put both in) close it and wait at LEAST 24 hours before trying to turn the phone on.
If you don't do so you risk shorting your phone out. This is probably your situation. It can damage any number of important parts of your phone.
Basically your stuck with replacing it, as having it refurbished or repaired will not be cost effective compared to replacing it.
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Posted on Sep 13, 2009
SOURCE: after flash nokia 6300 by
Do you mean it's dead right after the Flash or while flashing? If it's dead after successful, you'll need to re-flash it, in the same way, if it was dead while updating, you will still need to re-flash it. But things you need to note before flashing, make sure you have the compatible flash file installed i.e. RM-217, latest version recommended. Reconnect the phone to your Jaf Box and make sure it's detected in it's Local Mode, if so, you will be able to flash it without any problem. If it's not, then there must be hardware failure eg, damaged ROM or Cpu failure or power supply issue (not likely if the problem started only after it was flashed). It's also important to note the condition of the handset before it was flashed, suppose if there was hardware issue (for which you tried to flash it), then it's possible that the hardware fails to function anymore (just in case).
Have you tried charging it when it's Off? If it's ok, then do you see any message on the screen, eg. Test Mode or Contact Service (perhaps these messages might display in dark screen mode).
Let me know if you need further help.
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Posted on Jul 19, 2011
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