What is PUK Code? How To Unlock A SIM?

A personal unblocking code (PUC), also known as a Personal Unlocking Key (PUK), is used in 3GPP mobile phones to reset a personal identification number (PIN) that has been lost or forgotten. Most mobile telephones offer the feature of PIN protection.

1) How do you unlock a SIM card that is PUK blocked?

Unblock your phone with a PUK code. Your phone can become blocked in a number of ways – one of them is if you enter the wrong SIM card PIN number three times in a row. To unblock your SIM card, you will need to use something called a PUK (Personal Unblocking Key).

2) What is a PUK number on a cell phone?

A PUK or ‘Personal Unlocking Key’ is a security feature on most mobile devices that protects your SIM card data. A PUK code is required when a SIM Card PIN code has been entered incorrectly. You can get your PUK code: Over the Internet: via My Account. Over the phone: via a Call.

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3) How do you remove a PUK code?

Unblock your SIM card with PUK code or remove ‘SIM Lock’ when the security PIN for your SIM card is entered incorrectly 3 times, the mobile phone becomes “blocked” to prevent unauthorized use. To remove the block, the PUK (PIN Unlock Key) code needs to be entered.

4) What is the PUK code for AT&T?

If your device displays PUK2 or PUK blocked call operator, then the wrong PUK code was entered 10 or more times in a row. The SIM card is blocked and must be replaced. To replace the blocked SIM card, you can: Visit an AT&T store.

5) What do you do when your SIM card is blocked?

If you enter a wrong PIN code too many times, usually three, your SIM will lock itself. This protects you from someone using your personal information or making calls if your cell phone is lost or stolen. You may see “PIN blocked” or Enter PUK code” on your cell phone display.

6) How do I enter PUK code Samsung?

  1. Entering the wrong code can permanently damage your SIM card.

  2. Contact Customer Care to request your PUK code.

  3. From the ‘PIN Blocked Call Customer Care’ screen, enter **05*PUK*new pin*re-enter new pin#.

  4. The message PIN Accepted appears.

  5. Turn the phone off and then turn it back on.

7) What is the PUK code for AT&T Alcatel?

The Alcatel PUK code is an eight-digit code given by the service provider and cannot be changed, and the SIM card can be damaged if an incorrect PUK code is entered. If the PUK is entered incorrectly, a new SIM card, along with a new PUK, needs to be obtained from the service provider to unlock and use the phone.

8) How do I unlock my iPhone sim lock?

  1. Turn your SIM PIN on or off

  2. If you have an iPhone, go to Settings > Phone > SIM PIN. If you have an iPad, go to Settings > Cellular Data > SIM PIN.

  3. Turn on your SIM PIN or turn it off.

  4. If asked, enter your SIM PIN. If you’ve never used one, enter the default SIM PIN from your carrier. …

  5. Tap Done.

9) How do I get my Vodafone PUK code?

Call 1300 650 410 to get your PUK, or find it in My Vodafone: **Register for, or log in to, My Vodafone. **Click ‘Account Settings’. **From the ‘Account’ section, select ‘Get PUK Code’. **Your PUK code is the eight-digit number listed under ‘Mobile Information’.

10) How do I Unlock my Telstra SIM?

To unlock your Telstra mobile, or check your unlocking fee, follow these steps. Step 1: Press * # 0 6 # on your mobile, and write down the code that’s shown. This is your phone’s IMEI number. Step 2: Contact the Telstra Pre-Paid Unlocking Centre direct on 1300 720 179, or call 125 8880 and follow the prompts.

11) What is the PUK code for Airtel SIM card?

This blocked SIM card will stop working (no calls, sms, internet works) and you can only unlock it by entering the correct PUK code. By calling – You can call Airtel toll free number 121 and ask the representative the PUK code for your Airtel no (he / she can ask some information to verify).

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