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  1. #1
    theellos
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    got a nokia 3210 on cellnet from the uk, now in new zealand so i need a new
    sim card for it to work here, new sim card inserted and error message saying
    sim not accepted.
    Comlplete newbie at this.
    Although the nokia 3210 doesnt come under the list of phones that are
    unlockable by the code calculator software off http://www.unlocksmith.co.uk,
    i tried to calculate one anyway (with my IMEI code and all), it gave me a
    list of about 8 codes does this mean they are the correct codes ?, am i
    supposed to put ALL the 8 or so lines of code in ? and if i did then what
    message, if any, would i recieve to tell me it was succesful ?

    or is it that i need to use communication cables and use the rolis tool 1.9
    (build2) software ? If so then is it possible to pick these up in the local
    electronics shop or are they more of a special thing that is harder to get
    hold of ?
    Thanks very much for any help in advance.






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  2. #2
    Richard Colton
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    Re: unlocking nokia 3210

    "theellos" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    > got a nokia 3210 on cellnet from the uk, now in new zealand so i need a

    new
    > sim card for it to work here, new sim card inserted and error message

    saying
    > sim not accepted.
    > Comlplete newbie at this.
    > Although the nokia 3210 doesnt come under the list of phones that are
    > unlockable by the code calculator software off

    http://www.unlocksmith.co.uk,
    > i tried to calculate one anyway (with my IMEI code and all), it gave me a
    > list of about 8 codes does this mean they are the correct codes ?, am i
    > supposed to put ALL the 8 or so lines of code in ? and if i did then what
    > message, if any, would i recieve to tell me it was succesful ?


    Won't work, the code generated will be too long. 3210 is DCT3, and the calc
    is for DCT4.

    >
    > or is it that i need to use communication cables and use the rolis tool

    1.9
    > (build2) software ? If so then is it possible to pick these up in the

    local
    > electronics shop or are they more of a special thing that is harder to get
    > hold of ?
    > Thanks very much for any help in advance.


    Standard F/M bus cable and Eeprom tools will do the job. The cables are
    cheap enough virtually anywhere, and Eeprom tools is available all over the
    place FOC.

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  3. #3
    L!Me
    Guest

    Re: unlocking nokia 3210

    www.unlockme.co.uk has a beta DCT3 unlocker, give it a try no promises tbh


    DunX
    "Richard Colton" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "theellos" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    > > got a nokia 3210 on cellnet from the uk, now in new zealand so i need a

    > new
    > > sim card for it to work here, new sim card inserted and error message

    > saying
    > > sim not accepted.
    > > Comlplete newbie at this.
    > > Although the nokia 3210 doesnt come under the list of phones that are
    > > unlockable by the code calculator software off

    > http://www.unlocksmith.co.uk,
    > > i tried to calculate one anyway (with my IMEI code and all), it gave me

    a
    > > list of about 8 codes does this mean they are the correct codes ?, am i
    > > supposed to put ALL the 8 or so lines of code in ? and if i did then

    what
    > > message, if any, would i recieve to tell me it was succesful ?

    >
    > Won't work, the code generated will be too long. 3210 is DCT3, and the

    calc
    > is for DCT4.
    >
    > >
    > > or is it that i need to use communication cables and use the rolis tool

    > 1.9
    > > (build2) software ? If so then is it possible to pick these up in the

    > local
    > > electronics shop or are they more of a special thing that is harder to

    get
    > > hold of ?
    > > Thanks very much for any help in advance.

    >
    > Standard F/M bus cable and Eeprom tools will do the job. The cables are
    > cheap enough virtually anywhere, and Eeprom tools is available all over

    the
    > place FOC.
    >
    > --
    > >>> Unlock Your Phone's Potential <<<
    > >>> http://www.thephonelocker.co.uk <<<
    > >>> http://www.uselessinfo.org.uk <<<

    >
    >






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