Jump to content

Welcome to Toontastic

Welcome to Toontastic, like most online communities you must register to post, but don't worry this is a simple free process that requires minimal information for you to signup. Be apart of Toontastic by signing in or creating an account.

  • Start new topics and reply to others as well as comment on articles.
  • Subscribe to topics and forums to get automatic updates
  • Get your own profile and connect with other fans
  • Participate in the Toontastic Prediction League
  • Upload Images to the Gallery
  • Use the Calendar feeds
  • You can even use your Twitter or Facebook accounts to make the signup even less painless!

Create Your Account Now By Visiting The Links Above or Clicking Here


Photo

Default pin for Orange sim card


  • Please log in to reply
5 replies to this topic

#1
Dr Kenneth Noisewater

Dr Kenneth Noisewater
  • The Magnificent Number 9

  • 11,867 posts
Anyone on Orange?

What is the default sim card pin?

I've just switched to them and can't find it anywhere in the manuals. I tried the number I want to use which was rejected, then I tried 5555 which is the default on O2 (my previous network). Now I've only got one more life!
Violence always comes from a place of misunderstanding, and low-to-zero self-worth. Well mine did anyway.............

#2
Craig

Craig
  • No longer in charge

  • 21,650 posts
Not going to be much help but i'd say it's one of either:

0000
1111
1234

Couldn't tell you which one though - surely if you've switched to them, they should be able to let you know what it is? Either that or it'll lock up and you'll need to get a PUK code from them.
Posted Image

Change is inevitable, unless you're dealing with a vending machine.

#3
Dr Kenneth Noisewater

Dr Kenneth Noisewater
  • The Magnificent Number 9

  • 11,867 posts
I think it is 1111 but I want to be certain. Trying to avoid another call to my new chums in Mumbai. Might have to pop into the Orange shop tomorrow afternoon. Ridiculous that the info is not in the welcome pack though.
Violence always comes from a place of misunderstanding, and low-to-zero self-worth. Well mine did anyway.............

#4
Craig

Craig
  • No longer in charge

  • 21,650 posts
http://www.3g.co.uk/...ead.php?t=51539

1111 looks like the real thing
Posted Image

Change is inevitable, unless you're dealing with a vending machine.

#5
Fop

Fop
  • Dark Lord

  • 12,207 posts
1111 is often the default engineering code on things, but no idea if it is on sim cards.
Fop may or may not have been taking the piss.(or the admins/mods might have been if they've been messing with Fop's sig again :-p)
Posted Image
don't click, M$ ......... and introducing on backing vocals, manc-foplitePosted Image , Rention & Fish!

Save the Celtic Rainforest

#6
Dr Kenneth Noisewater

Dr Kenneth Noisewater
  • The Magnificent Number 9

  • 11,867 posts
It was indeed 1111.
Violence always comes from a place of misunderstanding, and low-to-zero self-worth. Well mine did anyway.............




0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users