Question about Samsung S5600 Unlocked Cellphone with Camera - International Version with no U.S. Warranty
A phone usually asks for a PUK code if you have set a SIM card password and it has been incorrectly input too many times.
To receive your "PUK" code you will need to phone your mobile network and explain that your phone is asking for a "PUK" code.
They should be able to sort you out from there.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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