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Your mobile doesn't have and doesn't need a pincode. What reqiures a pin code is your simcard. So if your phone is prompting for a pin code, it means you should enter the sim pin code. Each network carrier has a default pincode. I want 2 assume you never changed it. So you would have to enter the default. Check your original sim starter pack, the pin code is printed on it. If you cant find the pack, ask anyone using your network for your networks default pin code. They have to be sure of the number cos if you wrongly enter it 3 times, the network would block your line and ask for PUK code, which is another issue. If nobody around knows it or is sure of the actual digits, this is what you do. Get another sim card but of the same network as yours. Call your customer care and tell them you dont know your pin. They should help you further. Please let me know if that was helpful. Have a nice day.