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  1. #1
    Sambit
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    nokia phone models like the 1100, 2100 have a keyguard facility
    (and few other facilities) that use a security code. to unlock
    the keyguard, one has to enter the security code. to change the
    security code, one has to enter the old code.

    is there any way of getting past either of these without actually
    knowing the security code?




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  2. #2
    Tropical Haven
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    Re: getting past nokia security code?

    > nokia phone models like the 1100, 2100 have a keyguard facility
    > (and few other facilities) that use a security code. to unlock
    > the keyguard, one has to enter the security code. to change the
    > security code, one has to enter the old code.
    >
    > is there any way of getting past either of these without actually
    > knowing the security code?


    If it's a GSM or GAIT phone, you could get the PUK or PUK2 code from
    your carrier. This follows the SIM, not the phone.

    If it's an AMPS, TDMA, or CDMA phone, I have no idea.

    TH




  3. #3
    Stanley Reynolds
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    Re: getting past nokia security code?

    > > nokia phone models like the 1100, 2100 have a keyguard facility
    > > (and few other facilities) that use a security code. to unlock
    > > the keyguard, one has to enter the security code. to change the
    > > security code, one has to enter the old code.
    > >
    > > is there any way of getting past either of these without actually
    > > knowing the security code?

    >

    <snip>
    With a data cable and a PC with a program like logo manager or Nokia tool by
    Rolis it is possible to display this code.





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