Question about Nokia 6133 Cellular Phone
I just opened a new account with tmobile an dim using my old phone i had with the old account its a 6133 but when i put my new sim card in there ita asking for a security code. i tried everything the default security code doesnt work when i try to generate a code using my imei it doesnt work and nomatter how many times i enter it it doesnt sk for a puk code i tokk it to the store the lady put th puk code the customer rep on the phone gave her thats not working. wht can i do? i dont have time to send it bc to he company to get it re flashed can u plz help my imei is 352736/01/421878/1
Open phone, don't go to any menus. Dial *#7780# and press green send button. It will say if you would like to restore factory settings and say yes. Then it asks for a code. This is when you put 12345 and then press OK. This should help because it did for me.
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
The IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) has nothing to do with the phone security six digit number.
You need to put your old sim card in the phone, go to Tools/Settings/Security/Phone & SIM/Lock if SIM is changed. The setting will read YES.
When you try to change the setting to NO the phone will request the security code. If you don't know it, your service provider can change it for you free of charge. if you do know it , change the setting to NO.
Or reset your phone thus:
First turn it OFF, take the SIM card out.
Press * 3 send at the same time and turn phone on. Keep them pressed until the reset screen appears.
Give it time to reset.
It is not guaranteed to work, the phone might still request the security code.
SIM lock and PHONE lock are different and do a different job.
'SIM' locks the card, to prevent anyone else having access to your personal details, stored on the card.
'Phone' locks the phone, to prevent anyone else using it with another SIM card.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
How u'll open this if the phone's locked
Posted on May 05, 2008
I got a phone from a friend that went over seas he doesnt remember the security code can i rest it without sending it to the warehouse evrytime i turn on the phone its asking for a security code
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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