Question about Nokia E63 Cell Phone
Your PUK code is only available directly from your Network Provider. PUK stands for Personal Unblocking Key.
The PUK code is actually related to the SIM card and not the actual phone itself which people often find confusing. This is why you MUST contact your network provider. There is asolutely no software capable of identifying your PUK code due to its link to the Sim card and its relevant network.
The good news is the Network provider will give you the PUK for free.
All you need to do is ring your provider (on another phone obviously) and once they have established that you are the owner of the phone they will give you the PUK for free and directions how to enter it into your phone.
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Posted on May 22, 2011
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