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Nokia S60 Platform is a software platform for smartphones that runs on top of the Symbian operating system. It was created by Nokia based on the ‘Pearl’ user interface from Symbian Ltd. It was introduced at COMDEX in November 2001 and first shipped with the Nokia 7650 smartphone. The platform has since seen 5 updated editions. Series 60 was renamed to S60 in November 2005. Read along as I teach you how to reset your forgotten Symbian s60v2 security code to factory default.
In 2008, the Symbian Foundation was formed to consolidate all the assets of different Symbian platforms (S60, UIQ, MOAP), making it open source. In 2009, based on the code base of S60, the first iteration of the platform since the creation of the Symbian Foundation was launched as S60 5th Edition, or Symbian^1, on top of Symbian OS 9.4 as its base. Subsequent iterations were named Symbian^2 (Japanese market only) and Symbian^3.
Steps to Reset Your Forgotten Symbian S60v2 Security Code
After the installation of the application, Please, follow the steps below:
- Open your Xplore file browser on your phone
- Next, click on “system”
- Now, click on records in the dialogue box.
- Then, click on “UNLOCK CODE SECURITY+.MDL” and it will alert you ‘No viewer found’ .
- Ignore this error message, just make sure the above steps have been followed accurately.
- That is all you, can now use the default lock code to unlock or lock your phone. As a reminder, the default Nokia Unlock code is “12345” and you are strongly advised to change it afterward.
- Download SecurityCodeUnlocker for s60v2 Nokia