Question about Nokia 3230
I just restored factory settings and now I cannot have access to my memory card. Previously it never asked me for a code to have access to the memory card and I don't remember putting any code for access to the memory card
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Posted on Apr 18, 2008
The default security code for Nokia is 12345.
You can recover the password. Although if you reset your phone you probably won't be able to recover the old security code. Anyway this is how it's done.
The best way is to download a file manager to your phone. I use Best Fileman for my N70, from http://www.smartphoneware.com/ It's for series 60and 40. The trial version should be enough, it's only £5.60 anyway.
In the file manager (when installed on your phone) you'll find under- C:\System\mmcstore -the file you're looking for, you have to rename the file- mmcstore.txt -then send it to another mobile (best way) or your PC via bluetooth or USB, open it on the other phone and your password will be revealed.
Rename that file- mmcstore.txt -to just- mmcstore -there might be another file named- mmcstore.txt -to view your password rename one or the other- mmcstore1.txt -one is for your phone PIN number the other your MMC card.
Posted on Mar 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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