Your Nokia device requests PIN (Personal Identification Number) and PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) codes to protect your SIM card and device against unauthorized use. Note that all PIN and PUK codes are provided by your network operator. Nokia is not able to provide you PIN or PUK codes.
Please note the following:
If you have forgotten or simply do not know the codes, you must contact your Network Operator for assistance. However, if you have already contacted but the code does not work, you should consider getting a new SIM card from your Network Operator.
If you have forgotten the codes or do not know them, contact your network operator.
Network service providers use SIM locks to restrict phone use to specific countries and network service providers. The obligation to use the phone only in predetermined networks is included in the contract between you and your network service provider when you buy the phone. Nokia cannot dissolve this agreement.
To enter the SIM subsidy unlock code:
Warning: Stop if you receive an error message while performing the instructions below. Your phone locks permanently if you type in the incorrect code multiple times.