Frquently asked questions about: Unlocking Nokia DCT4 Models
Q: How do I enter the codes?
A: Remove the sim-card, power on the phone, and enter the code as it is with all the charactes. to get p w and + hit the asterik (*) key several times.
Q: Where can I find my IMEI number?
A: You can find it under the battery, or by pressing *#06#.
Q: Where can I find my network code?
A: Go to this page:
choose your country from the list, then click on "Network Information" of the network you want. The number will be displayed as 123 45, in the "Network Code" field.
Q: Which models are DCT4?
A: 1100, 2300, 3100, 3200, 3300, 3510, 3510i, 3650, 3660, 5100, 5140, 6100, 6220, 6230, 6310, 6310i, 6510, 6600, 6610, 6650, 6800, 6810, 6820, 7200, 7210, 7250, 7250i, 7600, 7650, 7700, 8310, 8910, 8910i, and u.s versions of the above - xx10 = xx90.
Q: How many wrong codes can i enter?
A: You can enter up to 5 wrong codes. in the 5th try the phone will be hard-locked, and you'll have to unlock it using cable.
Q: Is unlocking illegal?
A: Unlocking is not illegal, but it might void the warranty of your provider. check the contract with your provider to be sure.
Q: Which ASIC type shall I use with my model?
-ASIC 7: 6650 and 7600.
-ASIC 5: 3650, 7650, 6600, N-Gage.
-ASIC 2: all others.
There is also one ASIC 6 model - nokia 6230. Currently it is not possible to calc codes for this model.
Q: Which box-serial/key-code shall I use with my model?
A: Always use v2 (33820) except when that doesn't work (try the New Griffin code - 34144), or if you are calculating a code for 1100 - then use Griffin Clip (33552).
Q: Which code shall I use out of the seven?
A: For U.S phones - use code 1. For others - use code 7.
Q: I have correct codes, but still get Code error, why?
A: Some phones are not locked out of factory, try using another simcard, and don't use the same code more than once. If you are sure the phone is locked - double check all the details again. If nothing works - use a cable and read the configuration key using bWinlock, and use that as the network code.
Q: Which networks have special codes?
A: Currently there are 3 networks that have special 8-digit network code. these are:
-Fido Canada - 30200001
-Debitel Denmark - 23800001
-Virgin UK (3510i only) - 23400001
some also have special network code for some models only:
AT&T U.S - Usually 30138, but for some 3650s - 24407.
Note: This information is not that important, since the calculators have a list with networks
Q: What is the difference between locked and blocked?
A: A locked phone is a phone that is locked to one provider. It will only accept simcards of that provider. If you try to use another simcard you will get "phone restricted" message, and you'll be asked to enter a code.
The codes generated with the calculators can open this lock.
A Blocked (Barred, or "Blacklisted") phone is a phone that has been reported lost or stolen, and it's imei was barred. A blocked phone will accept the simcard, but will either get no signal, or get signal but will not let you make calls.
Codes will not open this lock.
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