Question about Nokia 1600 Cellular Phone
Network code (network which locked the phone):
23430000= T-Mobile-One 2 One;United Kingdom.
IMEI number (15 digits):
To enter the code to the phone (switch on without SIM card).
Input the Code in the phone as follows:
Your code's are:
First code in the end of the string must be added + 1#
Code number 7 in the end of the string must be added + 7#
If you have proper software and You know on which lock, phone
is closed just simply enter proper CODE.
If YOU DONT KNOW – which lock is closed do the following:
1. Enter the first code, if it’s the wrong code – WAIT 30 seconds!!! And then:
2. Enter the code number seven this will open all locks.
How to get ‘p’ ‘w’ ‘+’ signs?
Press * several times on keyboard of phone...
A message should appear something like "Sim restriction off". That means your phone is now unlocked. Or "Sim restriction on"
If the codes don’t work after entering 5 codes You will lock the ‘CODE UNLOCK FUNCTION’ and it will be possible to unlock the phone only by using a cable/device.
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Posted on May 11, 2008
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