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Sunday, March 11, 2007

Blackberry - How to change SIM Card PIN code, PIN Unlock Codes - Step-by-Step

If can get very tiring trying to memorize all the new PIN codes that you may need for your Blackberry SIM card? This tutorial will show you how to change your SIM card's various PIN and PIN unlock codes (PUK) with relative ease in this how-to guide.

Although it is relatively easy for most people remember their primary SIM PIN codes, some of the other codes that are used for multiple verification purposes can never be found or remembered when needed. Below there are a set of short codes which, when entered on a handset's standby screen, will enable you to easily change PIN and/or PUK codes. Please keep in mind, these may not work with all handsets and mobile operators, so be careful.

More importantly, when changing the PUK codes on your mobile phones there will be no help available from the mobile operator if the new codes are forgotten, so make sure to write any changes down or store digital the new PIN/PUK codes with the old PIN/PUK codes. Also, please note that the codes should be entered without the spaces shown below.

Change SIM Card PIN
** 04 * old PIN * new PIN * new PIN #

Change SIM Card PIN 2 (Write down the new code)
** 042 * old PIN * new PIN * new PIN #

Change SIM Card PUK (Write down the new code)
** 05 * old PUK * new PUK * new PUK #

Change SIM Card PUK 2 (Write down the new code)
** 052 * old PUK * new PUK * new PUK #

Display Handset IMEI
*# 06 #

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This guide is compatible with or the compatibility includes: BlackBerry 7750, BlackBerry 7510, BlackBerry 7280, BlackBerry 7780, BlackBerry 7130e, BlackBerry 8700g, BlackBerry 8700r, BlackBerry 7100t, BlackBerry 7100v, BlackBerry 8700v, BlackBerry 7230, BlackBerry 7250, RIM 957, BlackBerry 8700f, BlackBerry 7100g, BlackBerry 7520, BlackBerry 7130c, BlackBerry 7105t, BlackBerry 7290, BlackBerry 7100i, BlackBerry 7130g, BlackBerry 7100x, BlackBerry 7100r, BlackBerry 7130v, BlackBerry 8700c, BlackBerry 8707v, RIM 850, BlackBerry 7730, Blackberry 8700, Blackberry 8800, Blackberry Pearl, Blackberry 8705g, Blackberry 8703e


LMZAz3wOy8S0AhBuu8JwxqdANGMQ said...

At least for the newer models there's a menu item:

Bold and Pearl for example:

Options -> Advanced Options -> SIM Card -> Menu/Blackberry Key

people said...

Well every category people much like unlocking function in their cell phone because in this safety is more.