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memory card password after update !!!!

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smileboy003
Posts: 11
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memory card password after update !!!!

hi friends,

 

i have nokia 6303i classic, i updated to last version v10.80

and after update is finished i discover that my memory card in it has a password..that i never set of course !!!! i don't know how it comes, but surely that happened after update..

what is the password now to unlock my memory card??

 

plzzz help me

by the way the memory card is empty already i just want to unlock it

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smileboy003
Posts: 11

Re: memory card password after update !!!!

help me
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KevinY2011
Posts: 44

Re: memory card password after update !!!!

you can try three ways...

 

1. try 1234 which is as default PW for memeory card.

2. to format this card, then the password should not be valid.

3. just heard some guys' comments:  press a, or b or c, d....   :-), one guy found "j" is the PW for his card.

 

good luck!

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Mobile Overlord
aspergerguy
Posts: 10,000

Re: memory card password after update !!!!

@smileboy003

 

Fortunately you have not lost any valuable data but if memory card not recognised upon inserting in card reader on PC or Mac you will just have to write it off.

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flashlightwj
Posts: 12

Re: memory card password after update !!!!

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please google Mmc Pass softeare from internet, that may help you delete the password

 

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Srikanthsd
Posts: 2,007

Re: memory card password after update !!!!

The same happened with my friend. You can format the card by using any smartphone. I have formatted the memory card using Nokia E66 smartphone, it wont ask for password!!
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jeepman
Posts: 1

Re: memory card password after update !!!!

this really helped me
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smileboy003
Posts: 11

Re: memory card password after update !!!!

well friends here is the solution of any memory card password.. :

 

try to format it by NOKIA 95 only nokia 95 can format it without asking password

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Srikanthsd
Posts: 2,007

Re: memory card password after update !!!!

I've already told you. Works with a smartphone.
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smileboy003
Posts: 11

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Registered Member
msr_libra
Posts: 1

Re: memory card password after update !!!!

hey can i do this thing with x7 or e71 or e72 ? ??
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Mobile Overlord
farby
Posts: 19,043

Re: memory card password after update !!!!

Should be possible with all 3 ...

BTW trying it will not harm in any ways.. so give it a go...

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