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  1. #1
    Chris C. Grier
    Guest
    How does puk code work on the sims chips.
    does every chip have the same one
    I have tmobile.






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  2. #2
    P T Wang
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    Re: Puk Codes


    "Chris C. Grier" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > How does puk code work on the sims chips.
    > does every chip have the same one
    > I have tmobile.
    >



    Every SIM chip has its unique PUK code. The provider should tell you if you
    ask. When PIN is entered incorrectly 3 times, the PUK is required to reset
    the PIN.






  3. #3
    Joseph
    Guest

    Re: Puk Codes

    On Mon, 23 Aug 2004 01:44:25 GMT, "Chris C. Grier"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >How does puk code work on the sims chips.
    >does every chip have the same one
    >I have tmobile.


    PUK code is unique to each SIM. What security would there be to have
    the same PUK code for every SIM. You in fact wouldn't have any SIM
    security at all if that was the case.
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  4. #4
    FWC \(Spicey\)
    Guest

    Re: Puk Codes


    from what i have been told and from memory... PUK code changes on a regular
    basis from network provider and nokia.

    It depends on what kind of phone you have and what network u were on.

    i.e am on orange and use nk7200.. i would have to tell them its for a nokia
    phone.. and they will give me the puk code. Nokia relases the general codes
    then the code in question will be given to you. Each code is unique as.. it
    can be the same code from one month for my nokia 7200 and change the second
    month. but code for a nokia 7200 on tmobile will be different than one given
    to me by orange.

    This will ensure that the phone is unlocked again and can be used with my
    SP.






  5. #5
    Richard Colton
    Guest

    Re: Puk Codes


    "FWC (Spicey)" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > from what i have been told and from memory... PUK code changes on a
    > regular
    > basis from network provider and nokia.
    >
    > It depends on what kind of phone you have and what network u were on.
    >
    > i.e am on orange and use nk7200.. i would have to tell them its for a
    > nokia
    > phone.. and they will give me the puk code. Nokia relases the general
    > codes
    > then the code in question will be given to you. Each code is unique as..
    > it
    > can be the same code from one month for my nokia 7200 and change the
    > second
    > month. but code for a nokia 7200 on tmobile will be different than one
    > given
    > to me by orange.
    >
    > This will ensure that the phone is unlocked again and can be used with my
    > SP.


    No, the PUK code is a SIM security feature and doesn't affect the lock
    status of the handset. In addition, the PUK for each SIM card is fixed and
    never changes.

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  6. #6
    The Mole
    Guest

    Re: Puk Codes

    > No, the PUK code is a SIM security feature and doesn't affect the lock
    > status of the handset. In addition, the PUK for each SIM card is fixed
    > and never changes.

    In O2's case the Puk is generated by the phone number as is on their site.
    So maybe someone needs to make a Puk Generator. So many people lock
    themselves out, I just go on O2's website, but then again my PIN is
    unforgettable.





  7. #7
    Richard Colton
    Guest

    Re: Puk Codes


    "The Mole" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]ta.btinternet.com...
    >> No, the PUK code is a SIM security feature and doesn't affect the lock
    >> status of the handset. In addition, the PUK for each SIM card is fixed
    >> and never changes.

    > In O2's case the Puk is generated by the phone number as is on their site.
    > So maybe someone needs to make a Puk Generator. So many people lock
    > themselves out, I just go on O2's website, but then again my PIN is
    > unforgettable.


    I don't think that's quite right, but instead that O2 hold an accessible
    database you can access where they can tie the phone number to a particular
    SIM and PUK code. Mind you, people have been trying to write a PUK
    calculator for a long time and no-one has succeeded.

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    >>> www.uselessinfo.org.uk <<<
    >>> www.thephonelocker.co.uk <<<






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