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. If you know you have forgotten the
Security Code, entering the Master
Reset Code instead will do (even though it is probably more
digits). You should ask your Service Provider
for this code when you need it.
PUK is called Personal Unblocking Key...and this puk will be provided only by the GSM Operator...all you have to do is to call your cellular service provider..and they will provide you the PUK for free...that's it..
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