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									                                Nokia Cell Phone Hacks
         This is a basic guide on how to hack you Nokia Cell Phone. Warning these codes could kill your

phone and I am not liable for any damages. This guide is strictly for educational purposes. Some of these

codes may not work for your particular phone. Please acknowledge that lots of time and effort has been put

in this guide so don’t take it for granted. I am not responsible if this guide is sold to you and it doesn’t work

out. I am making this only for educational purposes.

Model Number:

7110

Code Title:

The Service provider (SP) lock

Code:

#pw+(master code)+Y#

Use the * key to get the p, + and w chars.

'Y' has to be 1,2,3 or 4 - depending of what lock you what to deal with.

#pw+1234567890+1# for Provider-Lock status (MCC+MNC)

#pw+1234567890+2# for Network-Lock status (GID 1)

#pw+1234567890+3# for Provider-Lock status (GID 2)

#pw+1234567890+4# for SimCard-Lock status (MSIN)

(master code is a 10 digit code, based on the phones IMEI number) Eg. To remove restriction on lock 1

type following code:

#pw+(master code)+1#

If you just want to check your phone use 10 random numbers Eg. 1234567890 as the (master code)

EXAMPLE: To check if phone if restricted on lock 1 type the following code:

#pw+1234567890+1#

Code Description:

This is used to lock the cell phone to the SP's SIM card. Once the cell phone is locked to a specific

operator, if one inserts a SIM card from a different operator the phone will refuse to accept it! The cell
phone will however accept another SIM card from the same operator. All Nokia phones (2110 and newer)

have four different SIM locks which can be used to lock the phone for up to 4 different providers. But most

phones with restriction only have one lock activated.



Model Number:

3210, 3310, 3330, 6150, 6210 & 7110

Code Title:

Extra Menu

Code:

*#92702689#

Code Description:

Item 1

Displays serial number.

Item 2

Displays the phone's manufacture date (mmyy).

Item 3

Displays the phone's purchase date (mmyy).

Item 4

Displays the number of times the phone has been repaired

Item 5

Transfer user data.

Item 6

Displays number of hours the phone has been on.



Model Number:

9110

Code Title:

Free SMS
Code:

1. turn your phone off.

2. turn it on and enter your pin.

3. enter *#746025625# 4. now "SIM CLOCK STOP ALLOWED" will be displayed.

Code Description:

Now you can send SMS for free. if you turn your phone off and later on you have to reenter this code!!! In

some Networks it doesn't work!!!



Model Number:

16xx/21xx/31xx/51xx/81x

Code Title:

Bypass the SP lock

Code:

1: Insert sim card of diferent provider.

2: Turn on the phone and press the UP VOLUME key for 3 sec. then release it and the phone says PIN

CODE?

3: Press the "C" key.

4: Then Press * and wait until it desapear and apear again, then press * one more time and

04*PIN*PIN*PIN#

Code Description:

The phone now says: PIN CODE CHANGED (or ACCEPTED) and the SIM card is accepted until you

restart the phone again. NOTE: On version 5.04 Nokia has removed this option!

Model Number:

8110

Code Title:

Enhanced Full Rate Codec (EFR)

Code:

On: Enter *3370# and EFR will be activated after a reboot of the phone ( consumes more power )
Off: Enter #3370# and EFR will be switched off after a reboot of the phone.

Code Description:

Enhanced Full Rate will give you much better sound quality when you enable it. The new Enhanced Full

Rate CODEC adopted by GSM uses the ASELP (AlgebraicCode Excitation Linear Prediction) compression

technology. This technology allows for much great voice quality in the same number of bits as the older

Full Rate CODEC. The older technology was called LPC-RPE (Linear Prediction Coding with Regular

Pulse Excitation). Both operate at 13 kilobits.(but you take up more space on the network, so they can

charge you more) - Talk-time is reduced with about 5%.

Model Number:

6110

Code Title:

Network Monitor

Code:

1.Check your software version. You can only continue if you have v4.33, v4.73 or v5.24.

2.Take apart the phone.

3. De-solder the EEPROM (ATMEL AT 24C64).

4. Read out the data with an EEPROM programmer and save it to a file (Backup).

5. If you have v.33 or v4.73, change the address "03B8" from "00" to "FF".

6. If you have v5.24 then change the address "0378" from "00" to "FF".

7. Write the new data to the EEPROM and solder it back to the phone.

8. Power on your phone and you should have "Netmonitor" enabled.

Code Description:

The Network Monitor gives you the following information:

Carrier number

MS RX Level in DBM

Received signal quality

MS TX power level C1 (Path loss criterion, used for cell selection and reselection). The range is -99 to 99.

RTL (Radio link timeout).
Timeslot

Indication of the transmitter status

Information on the Network parameters.

TMSI (Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identity).

Cell identification (Cell ID, Number of cells being used).

MCC (Mobile country code)

MCN (Mobile network code)

LAC (Location area code)

Ciphering (On/Off)

Hopping (On/Off)

DTX (On/Off)

Model Number:

5610

Code Title:

field test mode

Code:

type in: *3001#12345#

Code Description:

1) NAM 1

a. Home System ID

b. Own Number

c. Alpha Tag

d. PSID/RSID lists

e. Change Defaults

2) NAM 2

a. Home System ID

b. Own Number

c. Alpha Tag
d. PSID/RSID lists

e. Change Defaults

3) Security a. Displays security code

4) Emergency

a. Emergency number 1

b. Emergency number 2

c. Emergency number 3

5) SW Version a. Displays sw version

6) Serial No. a. Displays ESN

7) Programmed

8) Field Test

Model Number: 5170i

Code Title: Warranty menu

Code: *#92772689# (*#WARRANTY#)

Code Description:

1. Serial Number

2. Date Made

3. Programming date

4. Repaired Date

5. Transfer user data (allows you to transfer your info to another Nokia phone via infrared)

6. Life timer

Code Title: Cloning ( more phone codes regarding this topic on next page)

Model Number: 21XX,51XX,61XX,636,639,918

Code: *#639#

Code Description: You will need to know two things in order to clone the phone:

1) CELL PHONE NUMBER

This is the number of the cell phone that you want to clone, with the area code on it. I am sure that

everyone knows what a phone number looks like. It has to be in 10-digit order: (###)###-####
2) SYSTEM ID

To first start off you must find out the system id for the area that you are

in. You can do this by calling your local cell phone supplier and say you are programming your cell phone

to another number because you are selling it or something like that and they will give you a system id

number it will consist of a five digit number e.g.: 16425 which is for the lower mainland for British

Columbia.

Once you input all that information the phone will automatically turn off and then back on and that's it. If

the phone was programmed incorrectly the display will read "Activation Failed".

Model Number: P1000/100/PT101/PT128/PT228/PT232

Code:

1)Press *3001#12345

2)Display reads 00

3)Hold CLR down for few seconds, then enter ten digit phone number, press store,02,store,CLR (hold for

few seconds)

4)Enter sys id

5)Press *1*10333*05*05, press store

6)Press 03, press store

7)Press CLR

8)Power phone off to exit and save programming

Model Number: 232/239/515

Code:

1)Enter *3001#12345 , press STO 00

2)Press and hold CLR (you will hear 2 beeps)

3)Enter 911#5551212#0 * 12345, STO, 01, STO

4)Press and hold CLR (you will hear 2 beeps)

5)Enter local area code plus the cell phone number, press STO, 02, STO

6)Press and hold CLR (you will hear 2 beeps)

7)Press *1*1 *333*15*05# 0111 * 1 ,STO, 03, STO
8)Press and hold CLR (you will hear 2 beeps)

9)Turn phone off, then on

Code Title Text messaging on 5170I Cricket

Model Number Nokia 5170i (may work with other models)

Code *#66767#

Code Description

once you type in the code, select on. this allows for text messaging on Cricket Nokia once the service is

activated.

Code Title How to check the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) SWV (Software Version)

Alpha Tags ad More!

Nokia 1610 / 1611

*#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

*#170602112302# shows the SW version.



Latest software version on Nokia 1610: v 5.15 (25.02.97) NHE-5NX - older version V 4.19

Latest software version on Nokia 1611: V 4.03 NHE-5SX

Nokia 2010

To view IMEI number *#06#

To view Software Version enter *#9999#

*3001#12345 for field test mode and name selection and some other stuff...

Nokia 3810

To view IMEI number *#06#

To view Software Version enter *#3810#

Nokia 5120

*3001#12345# gives access to NAM1 and 2, sw version, security, alpha tags and heaps of other stuff.

Nokia 5190

*#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

*#5190# shows the SW version.
*#92772689# (after removing the analog module) shows service menu.

*3001#12345[OK] to enter test mode.

*#639# to change NAM.

Nokia 6080 / 6081

*#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

*#0000# shows the SW version.

Latest software version on 6080 V 4.80 NHE-2

Latest software version on 6081 V 5.14 NHE-2A

Nokia 6120 / 6160 / 6162 (TDMA phones)

*#92772689# for checking ISDN number.

*3001#12345# for field test mode and nam selection and some other stuff...

*#9999# shows the SW version.

Nokia 6150

*#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

*#0000# shows the SW version.

*#92702689# to enter service menu.

Latest software version on 6150 V 5.23 20-03-00 NSM-1

*#92702689# [*#war0anty#]

You don't need the warranty-codes any more - you can just scroll through the information like in any other

menu. It has the the same data as 81xx and 31xx phones (with "Edit" button for purchase date, and "User

data transfer").

Menu:

1: Displays Serial Number.

2: Displays the Month and Year of Manufacture (0997)

3: Displays (if there) the date where the phone was purchased (MMYY) you can here set the Purchasing

Date (Warning: You can only do this once - so be careful what you write...)

4: Displays the date of the last repairs - if found (0000)

6: The option is for transferring ALL the telephone data (from the memory) to a "box" so that the
technician can fiddle with the phone without worrying about the data stored on it. Stuff stored on the SIM

is not transferred, but who delivers their phone with the SIM?

Latest software version 5.22 (10-11-99) NSM-1

Older versions:

5.20 (20-09-99) NSM-1

5.17 (01-07-99) NSM-1

Updates:

1. Updated GSM-list

2. *4720# and #4720# (activate/deactivate Halfrate) doesn't work anymore!

3. New menu option: 4-4-6 Confirm SIM service actions Lets you select whether SIM service actions are

visible and confirmed by you.

4. Automatic menu-language selection doesn't work anymore!

V 5.02 (02-02-99) NSM-1

V 4.13 NSM-1 (EFR option should be back in this version)

V 4.12 NSM-1 (EFR option removed in this version)

V 4.11 NSM-1 (EFR option removed in this version)

V 4.02 NSM-1

Nokia 6190

*#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

*#6190# shows the SW version.

*#92772689# (after removing the analog module) shows service menu.

*3001#12345[OK] to enter test mode.

*#639# to change NAM.

Nokia 7110

*#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

*#0000# To view Software Version.

*#3370# - Enhanced Full Rate Codec (EFR) activation. It will automatically restart.

*#3370* - Enhanced Full Rate Codec (EFR) deactivation. It will automatically restart.
*#4720# - Half Rate Codec activation. It will automatically restart

*#4720* - Half Rate Codec deactivation. It will automatically restart

*#746025625# - Sim clock allowed status.

*#92702689# [*#war0anty#] - takes you to a secret menu with 6 choices:

1. Displays Serial Number.

2. Displays the Month and Year of Manufacture (0997)

3. Displays (if there) the date where the phone was purchased (MMYY)

4. Displays the date of the last repairment - if found (0000)

5. makes you capebel of transferring user data if you have the gear for it

6. shows how many hours the phone has been on

Latest software version: V 4.84 07-04-00 NSE-5 (c)nmp

sim clock function not work in secret menu

codec half and full rate not work in secret menu

total hours not visible anymore

V 4.88 02-06-00 NSE-5 (c) NMP.

V 4.77 25-01-00 NSE-5 - EFR and half rate codes do not work with this version.

V 4.76 13-01-00 NSE-5

V 4.75 07-01-00 NSE-5

V 4.73 15.11.99 NSE-5

Nokia 8260

Change Alpha Tag

The alpha tag is the message that is displayed on your phone when in digital coverage. This is normally

transmitted by the network, but can be overridden to display a different tag. This is done by creating a tag

for a personal/residential zone in the phone, and setting this zone to have the same settings as your normal

carrier. So when the phone identifies the network system it believes it is in the personal/residential zone

and displays the tag you have programmed.

1) Enter programming mode of the phone by keying *3001#12345#

2) Find out the ID of your operator by entering the NAM1 menu. Note the Home System ID setting. (16387
on Rogers AT&T in Calgary)

3) Scroll to and enter PSID/RSID lists (menu 7)

4) Select P/RSID 1

5) Scroll to PSID/RSID and change the setting to 1

6) Scroll to Connected system ID and change the setting to the ID of your system (eg 16387)

7) Scroll to Alpha Tag and enter the message you would like displayed.

Scroll to Operator code (SOC) and enter coed for your provider such as 2050 for Rogers or 2049 for AT&T

9) Scroll to Country code and enter 302 for Rogers or 310 for AT&T

10) Power cycle your phone and hopefully your message will be displayed

Note: This has only been tested in Calgary on the Rogers AT&T network so may not work on other

networks.

*3001#12345# Programming Menu: NAMs, Fieldtest, Serial Number, P/RSIDs

*#639# Program Phone Number

*#92772689# Warranty Information, Serial Number, Life Timer, Build Date, Programmed Date (editable

once only)

*#9999# Display Software Version

Known Versions

v 06.08 , 22/06/00 NSW-4

v 06.09 , 07/07/00 NSW-4

Nokia 8820 / 8860

*3001#12345# gives access to NAM1 and 2, sw version, security, alpha tags and heaps of other stuff.

Nokia 8850

*#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

*#0000# To view Software Version.

Latest software version: V 5.21 25-04-00 NSM-2

Older version:

V 5.20 17-04-00 NSM-2

V 5.16 15-02-00 NSM-2
V 5.11 09-12-99 NSM-2

V5.08

Nokia 9000/9000i

To view IMEI number *#06#

To view Software Version enter *#8110# Latest Version is under Phone Info.

To view Week and Year of manufacture enter *#3283#

Nokia 9110

*#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

*#0000# shows the SW version.

Latest software version: V 5.06 (09.12.99) RAE-2

V 5.02 (26-08-99)RAE-2

V 4.05 RAE-2

Free SMS Tip

1st Way:

1. turn our phone off.

2. turn it on and enter your pin.

3. enter *#746025625#

4. now "SIM CLOCK STOP ALLOWED" will be displayed.

now you can send sms for free. if you turn your phone off and later on you have to reenter this code!!!

In some Networks it doesn't work!!!

2nd Way:

Set Menu 4-3-3 on Usergroup 666 (work with German Networks)

Model Number Nokia 3360(maybe other models)

Code Title: programming code (AT&T)

Code #00103#*

Code Description: type in #00103#* then hit send your serial number will come up then press ok. It will

then ask you for your 10 digit number put that in. on my phone it asked me for the operator code for me

its 2049 after that the it will say "wait" then your phone will restart I hope this is helpful to some of you,

but it will not give you free service i think no harm in trying though.
Model Number: 5125 (possibly others)



Enter the debit code *#33248#

Code: *7866##6687*



Code description: This is one way to get free air time. The code above will delete all the airtime from your

phone leaving you with 0.0 Minutes of airtime. Now call customer service and tell them your minutes are

all gone they just disappeared. They will look up your phone and see that it should have what ever mins

you had on it before removing them. Now while your talking to them make a local call to anywhere and

make sure they answer before you start putting the codes in the customer service rep gives you. Then

hang up on who ever you called and your mins come back. In the mean time the service person giving

you a code to re-enter the mins you had on the phone. I tried it only once today. But was able to double

my mins. I would assume you could just keep calling them back till they tell you to get a new phone but I

wouldn’t push it.



BEWARE........IF YOU DONT DO IT PROPERLY YOU WILL LOSE YOUR AIRTIME YOU HAD SO TRY IT WITH

ONLY A FEW MINS THE FIRST TIME YOU DO IT OR YOU MIGHT LOSE YOUR 300 MINS YOU JUST GOT

RIPPED OFF FOR

____________________________________________________________________________________

NOKIA 2160 SERIES CELLULAR TELEPHONE NAM PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS

The Nokia 2160 series hand portable CMT uses an EEPROM NAM that can be

programmed directly from the standard user keypad. In order to access the

NAM, you must enter the special access code currently programmed into the

phone. Once the programming mode is accessed, NAM parameters are loaded

by entering them into the display and "storing" them to selected memory

locations. Be sure to obtain all parameters before proceeding.

EASY NAM PROGRAMMING

1. Turn on phone.

2. Enter the Easy NAM access code. Access code is: *#639#

3. Verify the display now reads "Cellular Number" and enter the 10 digit

MIN for the phone.
4. Press the softkey under the word "OK" in the display. If less than 10

digits are entered an error message will prompt you to reenter the

number.

5. Verify the display reads "Enter code" and enter the five digit SID

followed by four zeros. (Example 001750000 is a SID of 175 followed

by four zeros). An error message will display if an incorrect entry

is made. Do not add more than four zeros to the code.

Note: Change the Lock code by adding a pound sign and new lock code after

the code. (Example: 001750000#7788. Lock code = 7788).

Change the Language code by adding a pound sign (#) and new

language code after the code. (Example: 001750000#2. Language = 2)

Language Code: 0 (default) = English, 1 = French, 2 = Spanish,

3 = Portuguese

Change the Lock code and Language code by separating each set of

numbers by a pound sign. (Example: 001750000#7788#2). The SID =

00175, Lock code = 7788, Language = 2 (Spanish).

6. Press the softkey under the word "OK" in the display.

7. The display will tell you that the activation was OK and instruct you

to power the phone off, then on again. When the phone powers back up,

it will automatically select the correct system (A or B).

ACCESS NAM PROGRAMMING MODE:

1. Turn the phone on.

2. Enter the NAM access code. Factory default is: *3001#12345

3. Enter softkey [MENU].

4. If this screen appears, you have entered the access code correctly:

____________

| Field Test |
| >NAM 1 |

| NAM 2 |

|____________|



SELECTION FROM THE MAIN LEVEL MENU (FIRST LEVEL OF NAM MENU):

5. Press the scroll key up or down repeatedly until the desired main menu

selection is displayed. Select from:

NAM 1 NAM 2 NAM 3

Serial No. Programmed Field Test

Security Code Emergency Number SW Version

6. Press softkey [SELECT] to access the second level menu for your main

menu selection.

PROGRAMMING NAM's 1 THROUGH 3 (SECOND LEVEL OF NAM MENU):

7. Press the key up or down to scroll through the selected NAM

information list. Select from:

HOME SYSTEM OWN NUMBER PSID/RSID LISTS (Note 1) CHANGE DEFAULTS

"CHANGE DEFAULTS"

NAM STATUS ACCESS METHOD LOCAL OPTION PRIMARY PAGING CH

SECONDARY PAGING CH DEDICATED CCH A DEDICATED CCH A NBR DEDICATED CCH B

DEDICATED CCH B NBR OVERLOAD CLASS GROUP ID ROAMING STATUS

A-KEY

8. If the value is incorrect, press softkey [SELECT] and use the numeric

keypad or key to make any needed changes.

9. Enter softkey [OK] to save the value.

10. Repeat steps 7 through 9 for the remaining NAM info items to be viewed

and/or changed.



11. To program other NAM's, press [QUIT] to return to the Main Level Menu
list. Select NAM 2 or NAM 3. Once the Home System ID and Own number

are programmed, the phone will automatically set the NAM Status to

enabled.

PROGRAMMING THE SECURITY CODE:

12. From Main Level Menu use the key to select the "Security" menu, press

[SELECT] and the current 5-digit security code will appear in the

display. Default is 12345.

13. If you wish to change the Security code at this time, use the numeric

keys to change the value.

14. Press the softkey [OK] to store changes.

PROGRAMMING EMERGENCY NUMBERS:

15. From Main Level Menu use the scroll key to select the "Emergency"

menu. Press softkey [SELECT] to enter the emergency numbers.

EMERGENCY NUMBER 1 (911) EMERGENCY NUMBER 2 (*911)

EMERGENCY NUMBER 3 (None)

16. If you wish to change the displayed value, use the numeric keys to

make changes. Use the scroll key to select the emergency number you

wish to change and press [SELECT].

17. To save the value, press softkey [OK].

18. Press [QUIT] to exit the menu.

SW VERSION:

19. From the Main Level Menu use the scroll key to display the "SW

version" menu, press [SELECT] to view software version, date and

product type.

20. Press [QUIT] to exit the menu.

SERIAL NUMBER (ESN):

21. From the Main Level Menu, use the scroll key to display the "Serial

No." or ESN of the phone.
22. Press [QUIT] to exit the menu.

PROGRAMMED: (DATE THE PHONE IS FIRST PROGRAMMED)

23. From the Main Level Menu, use the key to display the "Programmed" menu.

24. Press [SELECT] and enter a four digit number that corresponds to the

month and year the phone is sold. Example (mmyy) 0197 = January 1997,

0996 = September 1996.

Note: This menu location can be programmed only one time. Once the date

has been entered it cannot be changed. Any attempt to enter the

menu once it has been programmed will receive a short beep and the

message "DATE ALREADY STORED".

EXITING NAM PROGRAMMING:

25. To exit the NAM programming mode, turn the phone off and leave it off

for five seconds.

FIELD TEST:

26. The FIELD TEST MODE is used to investigate how the phone is reacting

to the cellular system. The FIELD TEST information covers signal

strength, battery charging, cellular state and encryption status. The

information is organized to display information relating to Analog

Control Channels, Digital Control Channels, Analog Voice Channels and

Digital Voice Channels. All the information provided in the FIELD

TEST display is in accordance with IS-136.

For further information about the FIELD TEST mode, contact Nokia

Customer Service at 1-800-456-5553 and ask for Nokia Field Service

Bulletin ?????.

27. To activate the FIELD TEST mode you must be in NAM programming.

Instructions for entering NAM programming are listed above. Use the

following steps to enable the FIELD TEST mode.
28. From the main menu use the scroll key to display the "FIELD TEST" menu

and press the softkey [SELECT]. Use the key to select ENABLE and

press the softkey [OK].

29. Turn the Nokia 2160 off then back on. Once the power up self test is

complete, the FIELD TEST display will begin automatically. Scroll

through the different displays using the scroll key.

30. To disable the FIELD TEST mode, return to NAM programming and disable

the function under the FIELD TEST menu.

PROGRAMMING PSIDS AND RSIDS:

The Nokia 2160 provides the option to program Private (PSIDs) and

Residential (RSIDs) System ID's as prescribed by IS-136. The PSID/RSID

list is programmed to support selection/reselection processes, system

selection, and SID display functions. Programming the PSID/RSID list is

part of the NAM programming menu. All three NAMs have their own PSID/RSID

list. Follow these instructions to program the PSID/RSID lists.

1. Enter the NAM programming menu and select NAM 1 (or the desired NAM).

(NOTE: PSID/RSID is currently only available in the NAM 1 location.

PSID/RSID is included in NAM 2 and 3 for future use.)

2. Use the scroll key to display "PSID/RSID LISTS" and press [SELECT].

3. Use the scroll key to select the P/RSID 1 or the desired P/RSID (1

through 5). Press the [SELECT] softkey.

4. Each list contains:

System type Select Private or Residential system type.

PSID/RSID System ID for the Private or Residential system.

Indicates which PSID/RSID the mobile will respond

to.
System ID Connected System ID. The SID the PSID/RSID is

connected to.

Alpha Tag The name of the Private or Residential SID.

Operator Code(SOC) This is the System Operator code. (US-McCaw

Cellular = 001 (dec), Canada-Rogers Cantel Inc.

= 002 (dec) and McCaw Cellular Communications (for

international) = 2049 (dec).

Country Code Enter the country code of the PSID/RSID.

								
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