Question about Nokia 2600
My gsm sim is locked due to enter many time wrong pin number
This is a very common problem which I have came across as well. Error 81003003 happens when someone consecutively fails to log in. This can happen because of you or a stranger.
This is a good in some cases. Without this a hacker could brute-force your log in and get your details. Brute-forcing is a way of hacking by trying different letters, words, symbols, or numbers until successful log in.
The best way to solve this issue is to wait 24-hours till your account is unlocked and use your correct information to log in. If you don't have the correct information use Yahoo's password recovery feature. If you still are having issues you can resort to customer care.
I hope this helped and solved your problem. If you're still having issues feel free to comment and I'll help you with any of your other, related, issues.
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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