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Innocent Devil

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I for got the locking code of my nokia 7650
any way 2 recover it ?
(it's just the phone locking code,not any operator or network locking/unlocking code)
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Have you tried 12345 ?

Its the default on most of Nokia phones. However, if you dont remeber it, there is no way of recovering it.

Loading the defaults (*#7270#) its the only way!

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Okay
I tried 12345 :-( not working
to have *#7270# my #key is not working :( :(
is there any other soln?

Edited by Innocent Devil, 06 January 2006 - 02:05 AM.

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The 7270 trick would also ask you for the security code, just remembered of that!

Well, you can go to options and ask to Reset to Defaults (thats what the 7270 key does), but it will also ask you for the Security Code.

There is a way of making a Hard Reset.

In the Restoure Defaults, the telephone goes to the ROM and loads everything.

On the Hard Reset, it flashes the ROM and then gets the information of default.

The reason im telling you this, is because Hard Reset doesnt require the security code (?), therefor you would be able to restore everything.

Try Google, cause I no longer remember on how to do it.

Edited by Gouki, 06 January 2006 - 02:53 AM.





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