After months without my n95 and hours of scannin the internet i have found the solution to the lock code!!!! if u hav totaly 4goten the code u will need to flash the fone but...... if like me you are 100% sure the code u keep entering is correct then here is how to fix it!!! when changing your code u would have enterd a 6 digit code and re-enterd it to make sure it is correct yes? all went fine! wen entering it again it faild? thats where the problem lies. enter only the the 1st 5 digits of ur code and all should be fine!! if this fails turn off ur n95. press and hold the green key, the # key and the 3 key all at the same time as turning the fone on. keep them held untill the the lock code needs to b enterd. then repeat the 5 digits of ur code. unfortunatly u will loose contacts and msgs etc but it works! have fun!
There is a solution.
Menu-->Tools-->Settings-->General-->Security-->Phone and sim card-->Select option "Lock if SIM card changed" so that it switches to a NO
If this doesnt work try resetting to factory settings...
but you might loose your data so back it up before you do so.
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With regard to PIN Code, it is the code of your SIM card. (example: AT&T, Cingular, Vodafone, Globe, Smart etc.)
If ever you have no idea what it is or if you forgot it, you can contact your service provider for the PUK code wherein you can enter once you used all the chances to enter the PIN Code.
To make sure, if your N95 is unlocked, meaning you can use different SIM Card, try using another SIM card and it should work fine. However, if it asked for Phone Code, it means you need the Security Code of the Nokia N95 not the PIN Code.
sir if you forgot the password or don't know the security code, You have to master reset the phone. Contact your service provider to get a master reset code at free of cost....You can also visit http://www.unlock-zone.com/ and can see different options there to get unlock code for a price. Choose any price appropriate for you.................
Hi The default lock code is 12345. If you changed it and forgot the security code please contacts your device dealer. They will provide you the default security code so that you can open your phone. While you get the security code, device dealer will ask for your personal details to check whether the mobile belongs to you only. If they are satisfied with your answers they will provide with the security code This security code is FREE. You no need to pay any sum to get the security code Thank You
The default unlock code is 12345 unless the previoous owner changed it.
Updating the firmware on an N95-2 will reset the security code to 12345.
However, your original query wasn't that clear. Is it the phone's security code you're asking for or the unlock code that allows you to use SIM cards from networks other than the original one the phone was used on (so-called restriction code)? Only the original network can provide the restriction code.
If its just SIM locked, you will need to contact your service provider
(ie Optus/Vodafone etc) and Request a PUK code. In alot of cases when
you have PUK'd your phone, you will need a SIM Replacement, which you
can get from the mobile Phone shops.
If you are trying to remove the network lock and have tried 3 times the phone is screwed and will need to be taken to a Nokia Care Center, they may charge.
Phone Security Code: This locks the handset, as opposed to the sim card. You can also set some handsets to only accept a “new” sim if the phone security code is entered. To reset it, you need the Master code code: Master Reset Code
Sometimes known as the Master Code, this allows you to unlock a handset if you have entered the Security Code wrongly too many times. The default security code for Nokia is 12345
IMEI: 358647011866197 Master code: 4154001611 Take your SIM card out first. This is the code needed to reset the Security code, nothing else, and it’s for your phone only. You type in the security codes (anything) until the phone request the Master code; when it does, leave your phone still, don’t use it for 15 minutes, then type in the Master code.
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