No body perfect, there might be a mistakes or something wrong which lead to forgetting memory card password though is uncommon but i believed is happen to view people. With a locked memory card, you won’t even be able to access your files even if you attach it to your computer with a card reader. However, if you’re using a Nokia Symbian phone, it is dead easy to retrieve your forgotten security password.
This trick works on hacked phones only, because you will be needing X-plore application to view hidden system folders.  If your phone is not hacked with open4all patch already applied or platform security turned off, this probably won’t work for you. To get your memory card unlocked, follow the procedure below:
    •  Click here or here to hack your phone (Skip this if your phone was already hacked)
    •  Open X-plore and press 0 (zero) button on your keypad
    •  Check all the four options to show hidden and system files
    •  Go to this location: C:/Sys/Data/Mmcstore
    •  Make sure mmcstore file is highlighted as shown in the above screenshot and press 3 on your keypad to open X-plore’s hex viewer
    •  My password was set to 12345 and you can see it shown in the screenshot below:


Your password will shown at the right side of the hex viewer. You can as well use the hex editor to change the password. You can enter the password you saw when your Memory ask for password to view your memory card files or you can reset  your memory card password to a more memorable password.
 It is an easy way to retrieve or reset your forgotten SD card password.

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  1. This blog is providing very valuable information regarding how to recover forgotten memory card password on Nokia Symbian Phones.

    Thanks for sharing great post.

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  2. @Johnson Thanks too for the comment and you are welcome.

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  3. I HAVE PUT THE PASSWORD FOR MEMORYCARD IN MOBILE NOKIA 2730 CLASSIC.....AND I HAVE FORGOTTEN THE PASSWORD .....CAN YOU TELL ME HOW TO RECOVER THE DATA IN MEMORYCARD....YOUR TRICK WORK IN NOKIA S40 5TH EDITION PHONES??????????????????????


    WHY THE MEMORYCARD IS NOT DETECTED IN OTHER PHONES???
    IS WHETHER BECAUSE OF PASSWORD OF MEMORYCARD .....
    CAN YOU TELL ME THE ANSWER ....

    I HAVE SEARCHING THE SOLUTION FOR THIS PROBLEM SINCE 1 AND HALF YEAR

    IS THERE ANY TRICK TO REMOVE MEMORYCARD PASSWORD WHICH I HAVE PUT IN NOKIA 2730 CLASSIC S40 5TH EDITION ...... TELL ME THE SOFTWARE AND WEBSITES WHERE IT IS AVAILABLE?????? IS IT FREE FOR US TO INSTALL THOSE SOFTWARES....

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  4. @Anonymous Sorry for the late reply, currently i don't have provision for recovering password on S40 phone, i only have provision for S60 phone as you can see in the above info.

    I will notify you as soon as i have information similar to that.

    You are most welcome.

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  5. i tried as per your instruction, but no data folder found in c:/sys. Pls advice

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  6. @dk Remember dat ur phone must hacked & u must apply open4all patch b4 u can ave access to c:/sys

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  7. c:/sys has bin , hash, install, unistall but no mmcstore

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  8. @Anonymous What of "data"? bcz it is under data u will fund mmcstore.

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  9. no 'data folder' in sys folder..
    sys folder contains only hash, bin, install and unistall.

    My Phone is 5320XM s60 3rd edition, mmc is NOKIA

    password of mmc was set on 3110c

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  10. @Anonymous Try to input d wrong code to dat mmc on dat Nokia 5320 twice then switch of d phone & on it again without removing d mmc then give it a trial like dat 2 check either d "data" is display in "bin folder" or not.

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  11. tried that but still no 'data' folder in ''bin''

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  12. I don't find any option . just c .

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  13. inside c . there is just predefgallery .

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  14. @Nahla El-FeQi It can only b done on Nokia Symbian Phones & it has stated in d instruction. But is like u are trying it on Nokia Java phone?

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  15. i have also same problem with this issue...please help me to recover my memory card password...im using nokis5530 s60..thanks

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    1. D problem most of u ave is dat u did nt follow d procedure accordingly, as u can see, d post is well explained with full screenshot on ao am doing it, which i think it suppose 2 guide u 2. Pls follow d procedure accordingly 2 get best result.

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  16. February 9, 2013 at 9:49 AM ,I ASKED YOU ,AND YOU TOLD THAT IN REPLY I will notify you as soon as i have information similar to that.
    - IS THERE ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THAT,
    AND I HAVE ANOTHER DOUBT, SIR I HAD TOLD THAT,I PUT THE MEMORY CARD PASSWORD IN NOKIA 2730 CLASSIC S40 5TH EDITION . IS IT POSSIBLE TO RECOVER PASSWORD IN ANY S60 phone BY PUTTING THE SAME LOCKED MEMORY CARD IN S60 phone

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    1. Give it a trial.
      Base on d msg u used 2 quote me, d simple response 2 dat is am nt yet ave d right method 4 it & i can only notify by make it as a post here.

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  17. hello me cant find the folder c:/sys/bin please guide me 1 by 1 mail me please i have installed rom patcher plus open 4 all

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  18. please mail me all the ways please aslam.mohammed090@gmail.com

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  19. my mobile is not symbian that is java s40, please tell me what i should do.

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  20. hi,

    My cell is Nokia 302 (S60), i have forgotten my memory card password, can you help me in recovering it

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    1. Unfortunately i was not yet got the method that work with java phones, d abv procedure can only be done with Symbian phones.

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