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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hi - bought a nokia
Hi, first of all, you did a grave mistake by entering the wrong pin which resulted in it asking for your PUK (Personal Unblocking code), and 12345678 is not and never your PUK
All sim card have a unique PUK for security reason and they come along with the sim pack when bought new, but should in case you have misplace your sim pack, you can contact your service provider to ask for you PUK which will be given to you free of charge but they might likely ask you for the proof of ownership and your imei number which can be generated by dialing *#06# on your phone...
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
Test using a different compatible SIM card, since the PUK code lock belongs to the SIM and not to the phone, the new SIM will be initially unlocked, or will ask its own PIN code.
If the new SIM gets locked by itself, then the problem is the phone. If the problem does not occur with the new SIM, the original SIM card was defective.
If the problem happens again with a brand new SIM, then you will need first to reset the phone to factory settings. If still no luck, reinstall the phone firmware. See link below on firmware update. If you go for the upgrade, ensure that you download right firmware. Read instructions and perform procedure as explained. If done in the wrong way the firmware update may damage the phone.
Secret codes to reset and get info:
Nokia Europe - Device software update - Support
Test a different SIM card first.
Posted on Feb 11, 2011
SOURCE: I mistakenly entered the wrong
You should call your operator and ask for the PUK, there is no other way. PUK is SIM related, so they will know your PUK code. Don't trying guessing it, you will have to take it to service if you type in a wrong PUK!
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
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