Question about Nokia 6300 Cellular Phone
I have nokia 6300.It is locked by Telia Dk.It doesnt work except Telia.
when i insert any other sim card it shows this message promptly:
Sim card registration Failed :
Tell me if any body has the solution.
Serial no is :
I have a Nokia 6802, having gone through two 6600's (same battery on these two phones). When I bought the 6802 on eBay a little over a year ago in summer 2007, it either came with two batteries, or I had two from previous phones. I also got the "sim card registration failed" with this new phone, but -- oddly enough -- when I switched batteries, the problem went away. It was only with _one_ of my three batteries that I had the problem.
Now, my last "good" battery is wearing out, so I bought two more on Amazon from a 3rd party seller. They arrived today, and the first one I put in worked fine at first, but after 5-10 minutes, it gave me the same SIM error, just as I had seen happen with that other "bad" battery. Why is it battery-related? Seems awfully odd.
Well, my suspicion is that it's because on this phone, the sim card fits into a little hinged receiver that is held down against the contacts when the battery is inserted. I tried pressing on the battery and its cover when this came up a year ago, but no luck. Since I had two working batteries, I don't think I ever bothered with trying to resolve it any other way, but I would consider some paper shims or something else to make sure the sim is pressed firmly against the contacts on the phone. I don't know the internal layout of the 6300 with regard to SIM and battery; possibly similar?
I'm just now trying the second of my two new batteries that I got today. Phone booted fine; we'll see how long it stays up.
FYI -- these batteries are model BL-5C, 3.7V, 850mAh(?), Li-ion.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
You will need to unlock your phone so that you can use other carrier's sim cards.
simply ring up Telia and ask them to unlock your phone. they should be able to take you step by step and provide you with a code that will unlock your phone. however there may be conditions that are linked to unlocking your phone. in australia, there you usually have to be using the carrier for 6mths in order to unlock it, or pay a fee.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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