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Not possible to do by yourself, you'd have to take it to a service centre/point.
First use the search to see if your question has already been answered... Secondly I will not knowingly assist in breaking the forum rules. My information is always changing, what I post at the time is usually true.
Oh, I'm not arguing. Never planned an argument. When I called Nokia Technical support the tech guy (not CLubNokia staff) was rather puzzled so he went to try the master reset code on a phone. It's interesting that Nokia Technical were thrown by this one. I'm curious why there is no master reset implement on the 6230i. It would be one way os solving quite a lot of problems, especially when the phone is out of warranty and there is a software fault discovered where the owner then has to pay to get a fault with the software fixed. If it was simply to have newer firmware for the sake of it then I would not mind paying. If it's to fix an actual fault than I would be a little irked if I was forced to pay for a upgrade for the latter reason after the waranty expires.