ANDROID DEVICE UNLOCKING
ANDROID SIM UNLOCKING!You want to change networks, but your new SIM card won’t work in your phone. Baffled, you call the new network, only to learn that your smartphone is locked to the first network, and there’s not much you can do about it.
Of course, this isn’t strictly true. If you’re using an Android device (we’ve already covered SIM card unlocking for iPhones), there’s always something you can do.
A SIM Unlock Is Not RootingBefore we proceed with our look at unlocking Android phones, let’s briefly look at what unlocking the network/SIM is, and what it is not. It’s simply the process by which you enter a specially-generated code into your phone’s keypad in order to break the restriction placed on the device by the network that shipped it. This enables you to insert a compatible SIM card from a different network and connect to their service.
Unlocking the SIM does not root your phone; that would be unlocking the bootloader, which is a different thing entirely. Both types of unlock are legal, although a SIM unlock often requires help from the network/carrier.
Is Your Phone SIM Locked?Not all phones are SIM/network locked. To find out if yours is, you can begin by checking the documentation for the device. If the word “unlocked” appears on the initial receipt/invoice, you can be largely certain that it is not locked to a particular carrier.
You can, of course, contact your carrier to ask if the phone is locked to their network, or you can just try another SIM card with the phone. If you pop in a SIM from a different carrier and it doesn’t work, you know it’s locked.
Phones bought directly from a manufacturer or third-party retailer like Motorola, OnePlus, or Amazon for an unsubsidized price (usually $500-$700) are more likely to be unlocked than phones purchased from carriers like Verizon, T-Mobile, or AT&T for subsidized prices (usually free to $200).
But if you’ve discovered that your Android phone is locked to a particular carrier/network, how can you unlock it?
SIM Unlock App ScamsThe first thing you should not do is head to Google Play and look for SIM unlock tools. These services have very poor reputations and are more than likely scams. At best, they don’t unlock your phone for you.
Steer clear!What you should also avoid are downloadable “phone unlock tools” that are prominent on download sites and the Bittorrent network. These are more often than not laced with Trojans and other malware, and are very rarely suitable for the phone you’re trying to unlock (contrary to the download’s description).
Safe, legal means exist for unlocking your smartphone’s SIM/network relationship.
How to SIM Unlock Your Android PhoneHow to SIM Unlock Your Android Phone by code?
SIM Unlocking Android Phone by code is the easiest and fastest way to make your device network free. It doesn't interfere in your system or change it in any way so even after using our code, you don't loose your warranty. In order to receive a network unlock code for your Android Phone. you need to provide IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity, a unique code used to identity your phone on any network) number of your phone or tablet.. In Android, the IMEI number can be quickly found by dialing *#06# or by opening Settings > About phone > Status > IMEI Information. or back-cover of the device / underneath the battery.
Note: Do not use any free / wrong codes. Price of SIM unlock code depends on the phone model and the carrier / network the phone is locked to. Contact us for the price of the unlock code for your device, you can pay through PayPal, Bitcoin, perfectmoney or MTN mobile money.
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