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You may try default phone and security code to remove restrictions. ur defalt phones codes is 12345 or 00000 u can use it Default 4 Digit user code: 1234 or 0000 Default 6 Digit Security code: 123456 or 000000
Type *#06# at the mobile screen to know IMEI no of your mobile. send the IMEI no to me and i will reply you with unlocking code. IF Problem not Solved So Please New Software install in the Phone Problem will Solved
First of all is that you must activate the GPRS in your Phone
from your Service Provider. Next, as the Data Cable Port of the Nokia
6030 is small you'll have to buy a DKU-2 Data Cable compatible with the
6030 Phone. The Data Cable comes with a Nokia PC Suit Installation CD.
The latest version of PC Suit is 7.1 After you install the Nokia PC
Suit in your PC you'll have to make the settings for accessing and
connecting to internet. The Setting is very simple and can take only a
minute. Once you do all these you're ready to browse the Internet from
your 6030 through Data Cable. But keep it in my mind the Internal Phone
memory is very low and it houses the GPRS Class 6 only. Still you can
enjoy good Surfing experience. Before my switching to Nokia E61 about a
month ago I had one 6030. Its really a good phone. You can access web
as well as send and receive E-mails without sitting before the PC.
You either have a bad battery - cheap to replace and test.
Or you have a bad charger - try a different one.
Or the phone is going bad and just won't hold a charge -and then you will have to replace the phone..
1. The charger may be damaged
To check if the charger is damaged, use another functioning charger.
The charger cable has a tiny wire that easily breaks when used without proper care.
If the phone still does not charge with a functioning charger, try next step.
2. The battery may be damaged
Change the battery and try charging again.
If the phone still does not charge with a functioning battery, try next step.
3. The battery terminals may not connect properly with the battery connectors
Check the battery connector to see if the battery and the connector connects well.
The phone will indicate charging only when there?s enough power supply from the battery. click here
Solution Procedure: If problem is confirmed, adjust the battery connector using tweezers to reach the battery terminal and establish connection. Or try next step.
4. The charging pin may be damaged or does not connect well with the board's interface
Check the charging pins to see if they are well connected to the mother board. Sometimes the charging pins wear out or loosens from its connection with the mother board. click here
Solution Procedure: Check if the pin is bent. Straighten the pin using tweezers.
Make sure the board interface is also clean otherwise, you will need to clean it by rubbing its surface using an eraser or brushing it with a board solution.
Or replace with a new charging pin. Make sure the charging pin touches with the board interface to establish connection.
5. The CCONT IC for DCT3 or UEM for DCT4 or the "K" resister for non-Nokia models may be damaged
If the phone still does not charge after adjustments are made, the problem is CCONT IC for DCT3 or UEM for DCT4 or ?K? resister for non-Nokia models. click here