If you forgot the password ,you need to reset it using the master reset code,You can get the master reset code from the site Mobileunlocksolutions.com reset it,then set new password,You can get the reset code for Nokia DCT and Alcatel phones there,also Blackberry Security unlocking is available there,You cannot retrieve old password,you can reset it Only.Before get the reset code for Nokia DCT phones You can try 0000 or 12345 or 1234 this is default codes if not work means get the master reset code there and reset it.
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you can try resetting your phone through codes. its the safe way to reset your phone. because when you reset your phone through software or hardware there are possibilities for data getting corrupted or lost. but there is no such possibilities when you reset through codes. thats y i prefer this method to reset my phone. i got the codes from this site Unlocking4free.com to reset my phone. try it
hm i am sorry .. u wont get u r id back
ask your friends about your old number............ If u know the number..... Take 1 new sim with that number..
and keep that sim in some phone and go to way2sms site and click on i forgot my password on that time they will ask your number give u r number .......... they will send you password to u r phone..............
PLEASE BACK UP YOUR FILES BEFORE UNLOCKING This will also bring the phone to default settings 1. First do a CUSTOM reset: *2767*2878# turn off the phone 2. take out the battery and sim and put wrong network SIM and insert only a half of it, Very important so it won't ask for network password and shows "Insert SIM" message.(possibly in a different language) Now put the battery ,and switch the phone on .(phone shows "Insert SIM" message.) 3.push the sim fully in at this stage the phone is still asking to "Insert SIM" 4. Make a FULL reset: *2767*3855# 5. The phone should reboot working with "wrong" sim inside. 6. Make a Change the NCK password to 8 zeros by typing: *7465625*638*00000000*00000000# 7. Now Disable network lock By typing: #7465625*638*00000000# Phone is unlocked
Hi Mr Pranab, Since you have given password to the existing sim, when you put a new sim, it is password free. So you can go ahead & put the new sim in your phone without any worry. It will not ask for any password. But when you put teh old sim(existing) into any phone, you have to give the sim lock code to access the sim. If you have forgotten this code, please contact your network provider of the sim & get the sim unlock code.
Its not asking for phone password ,as you told that you have access to phone with old sim but not with new one,so its definitely asking for PUK code which you can get from calling the customer care of new sim card.......
If still it is asking for security password then let me know and reply with your IMEI no of your mobile by inserting the old sim card and then type *#06# at the screen,you will come to know your IMEI no.
If you forgot your password you can try guessing until 3-5 tries and if t locks there is a pin that can open it that came with your phone company, better yet call your phone manufacturer so they can walk you through the steps and give you codes as well
Your phone is asking for a code because it is locked to only work with one phone company.
If your new sim is from a different company, you can request the unlock code from your old company, they may or may not give it to you (tmobile usually does, ATT/Cingular usually doesn't). The other option is to use a unlocking service, you can find plenty on ebay.
If you didn't change phone companies, your new sim card is most likely bad, have your phone company send you another one.