Question about Nokia 1600 Cellular Phone
to achieve this, it means you will have to bar all incoming calls by activating call barring on your phone.
Press your phone menu, settings, locate security settings and you will find call barring there. Press it and incoming call, this means all incoming calls will be barred.
You will be asked for a code, the default barring code for all phones is "0000"
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Nokia 1600 Cellular Phone
Probably the powered off and you son tried to guess you PIN-code (the one you need to fill in at startup).
After three wrong PIN tries, you phone (or actually it's your SIM-card) locks up and the only way to unlock it is with a PUK or PUC (Personal Unlock Code). It's a 8-digit code.
Either you have got that code with your SIM-card, or you can get it from your provider. If you contact them and they have verfied that you are the owner off that SIM-card, they can give you the PUC code. After filling in the code, you phone will unlock again.
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
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