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NOKIA 1200 Security code problem

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NOKIA 1200 Security code problem

I changed my defualt 12345 security code of Nokia 1200 to 251989 (what i remeber) , and i had turned on my "keyguard on" setting. Now the mobile is not accepting the new code and i can not lock my keys and can not use some other security code related options. So, is there any code or trick to reset the security code to default?
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adamf
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Re: NOKIA 1200 Security code problem

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Hi Maskod,

Try entering the first 5 digits of the new code, so try 25198.

I've seen this work before, if that does not work, there is no other alternative then to take the phone to a Nokia Care Point where they will be able to reset the phone for you, but doing this will lose all other personal data on the handset, and you will need a proof of purchase too.

Hope this helps.

Message Edited by adamf on 08-Sep-2008 09:00 AM
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Re: NOKIA 1200 Security code problem

I have used all the combinations i can think with using these numbers 251989 and it is giving "code error" message every time. I can not even change my security code or use "Restore factory settings"
M.A.S
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adamf
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Re: NOKIA 1200 Security code problem

If you have entered more then ten times, i'm sure even if you were to enter the code correctly now, it would not allow you access.

You will have to take this to a NCP, and they will charge you a small fee to remove this code.
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