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    Default sim card pin number

    not too big a deal here, can any of the unlock programs around that read the phone info tell you the pin of the sim card. do i need to read the sim seperate. i have a sim card reader with edsim software, any1 rcommened other s/ware. it is not a stolen sim just one my da had a while ago and he forgot the pin he put in it. it is orange so can someone tell me the default orange pin number,

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    Hi,

    You will have no chance in hell reading it. Although, a SIM Reader is the right way going about it, there is no software to do so.
    Default Orange PIN is 1111

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    default 121 pin is 1210 (dont know what it is now t-mobile are running things)
    Meh....

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    cheers anyway guys

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