Question about Nokia N70 Cellular Phone
I think the firmware has got corrupted ...
this might have happened due to the virus attack...
due to this some operating software files which are needed to perform the operation has been corrupted ....
just take your handset to the technician near by and get it flashed ...
the technicians will be having the special DKU series cable which is connected to the pc and the software offers to unlock the phone ,flashing ,to reset the codes to the codes to the default codes etc ...
this DKU series cable are compatible for the certain model ...
there will be different types of DKU cables available ...
if you have this DKU series cable you can only unlock it there is no need to go to the technician ...
if you dont have then
just visit to the technician ..
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Posted on Apr 16, 2008
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