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Posted on 2008-06-22
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Am using Nokia N95 model which I bought in UK with Orange network. Phone has been locked with Orange network sim cards, I would like to use my mobile with other sim cards, Can anyone suggest me how to flash the OS in my mobile and install fresh copy of N95 OS, so then I can use with other network sim cards.
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molerner earned 1000 total points
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None of the solutions available right now are very easy, but a good list of them can be found here:

http://www.ownways.com/Unlock_N95/
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by:Tec2SL
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You don't need to flash your phone to unlock. just unlock it by any repaire center it just one click job if you have JAF or any other Phone Service tool box.
Remote unlock not yet available for Orange;UK.
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