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Flash is the Purpose of removing the Network lock,.It's done using the software,But while Flashing using the software it leads to data lose and Hardware crash,so you can use the Unlock code to Unlock or remove Network lock,You can get that at here http://www.prounlocking.com/nokia-n73/rs8wp9/
Sounds like you're getting 3G interference. It happens because you're just on the edge of a 3G area. The same happens to me on both my N95-8GB and N73. The phone is detecting a weak 3G but it's not enough to make a call. You need to go to "Tools" -> "Settings" -> "Network" and switch from "Dual mode" to "GSM" The phone will say it needs to restart, select "Yes" The phone will then restart and you shouldn't suffer any more 3G blackouts.
Sir please tell me the security code of N 73 The
serial number is 357652016479476 my girlfriemd used my nokia n73 phone and changed the security code on
it now i can not put a sim card or put the usb cable from the phone to
the pc because as soon as i turn on the phone it ask me for the lock
code.. can you please help my imei number is 357652016479476
hello there....well its quite simple... 1)......there is nothing wrong with your phone ...its your SIM... if it is asking for a PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code...call your subscriber and ask them for PUK code,entering this code will reset your sim
if u keep entering wrong your sim will be damaged so call them
If the error message is saying sim damaged call them and ask for a "sim replacement" you will get a new sim while you will retain the same number ,however you will lose the phone numbers and other data stored in sim,this can be free but it depends on the company and how 'customer friendly they are
2).......to unlock the phone to any network you need to call the customer care of your original network provider..just keep the model number of your phone number handy (you will find that on the box in which you got the phone)...or the IMEI number (15 digits mostly) by dialing *#06# on your phone or beneath the battery or on the box near bar code....this is a paid service and charges differ from network to network
that should solve the problem.....you will be able to use any sim in your phone of any service around the world
just take it to any mobile repair shop ,and he will open the front panel of your mobile and will clean the dust,if mobile body is damaged replace your mobile body.. or : If you know how to open the front panel of your mobile it will save your money,just use clean cloth to remove dust.... ------------------------------------------- Please let me know your feed-back.