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With a 5.3 inch screen, 554 ppm pixel density, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset processor and Android Marshmallow running at full power, the LG G5 is a truly impressive phone. If you want to use the G5 on a different networks, you likely need to unlock the phone. This cuts off the service provider’s connection and allows you to take it with you to a different network. The LG G5 is one of the latest smartphones to hit the market. While available on most wireless carriers such as Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and others, it may not be available on other carriers. To open the phone up and allow it to function with a new carrier, the best way to unlock the device is with the aid of an unlock code.

How to unlock LG G5

When to look beyond your unlock code

You may need to take advantage of a remote unlocking service instead of just an unlock code. T-Mobile in the United States uses a specific locking application on the phone that prevents a code from working. This means it requires a manual hard reset and the code will not work. When this is the case, it is necessary to use a third party service provider to unlock the phone. If you use any other carrier though, you won’t have a problem.

Unlocking the LG G5

First, you need to obtain the unlock code. You receive this from Unlock Network, where you pay a few dollars for the code. The override code is specific to just your phone. First, you need to determine the IMEI. To find this out, dial *#06# on your phone or remove the battery and look on the sticker found under it. Provide this information when requesting the unlock code to receive the appropriate code for your device.

Turn off your phone and remove the current SIM card. Now, insert the different SIM card from your chosen new wireless provider. Power the phone on and wait for a screen to appear saying “Enter unlock/subsidiary code”. It may also say “SIM Network Unlock PIN”. Whatever it says, input your received unlock code. Once the code is scanned, the LG G5 will state “Unlock Successful.”

Using the new SIM card from any carrier

With the phone unlocked, your mobile phone will now obtain all necessary service information from the SIM card. This basically informs the phone of your wireless carrier and your phone number. So, if you are traveling internationally and what to use the same phone but have a different number (as it is typically cheaper), you can simply power down the phone and insert a new SIM. With the unlocked LG G5, you have no boundaries and can take it anywhere you want to go.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 has just been released, and it’s a game-changer. With ultra long battery life, an incredible camera and more power than you could ever need from a phone, it’s no wonder people are clamouring to get their hands on one – put simply, it is THE phone of 2016 and we are proud to announce we can already provide you with unlocking samsung S7 codes and services.

Unlock code for Samsung S7

Unlocking the latest Galaxy S7

With the Samsung S7 high in demand, it comes as no surprise that many people have purchased the smartphone on a contract in order to get their hands on it first. On the upside, you’ve got this year’s must-have piece of technology in your hands on release day – the downside of course is that your handset may be locked to its original network, which is bad news if you want to use your Galaxy S7 on a different network, or perhaps even sell it on or exchange it a year or two down the line. Being locked to a network has its limitations, which is why so many people need to utilise a phone unlocking service in order to get the most out of their new device. (more…)

Have you bought an iPhone that happens to be locked? Be aware to distinguish iCloud activation locking from the locking of your iPhone by the carrier. When you buy a used iPhone, it may be locked by it’s initial carrier. In this case, you will be not be able to use it with a SIM card from a different network. Similarly, your used iPhone could be iCloud locked: the steps for unlocking it are not the same.


Unlocking your iPhone: what is it and how to do it?

If you bought an iPhone from an individual or a reseller and it shows an error message when you put your SIM card in, it means, quite simply, that your iPhone is locked to a different carrier than yours. Thus, the only solution is to ask the previous owner to make the unlock request through their carrier, or, if you cannot contact the old owner, to simply use our paid service to unlock your iPhone, for under $25.

Unlock iCloud activation iphone VS.  simlock removal

Make the difference: carrier-locked iPhone vs iCloud-locked iPhone. To make it simple, when buying a used iPhone, the owner must absolutely deactivate the “Find my iPhone” function in the settings before selling it. In the case that it’s not deactivated, it will be unusable as long as the real owner doesn’t delete the iPhone from his/her iCloud account. It is the same if you found an iPhone and the person declared the phone lost via their iCloud account. You will not be able to unlock it.

iPhone asks for a login and a password?!


The latest Samsung Galaxy Edge has only just been launched, and already requests to unlock the device are flooding in to Unlock-Network. Samsung’s high-end smartphone, with its striking, curvaceous design, represents a serious challenge to a certain fruit-themed competitor.

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Unlocking the brand new Galaxy S6

As with any new product on the market, lots of you have already given in to temptation and have gone out and bought the latest Galaxy smartphone. As is often the case, lots of people have renewed or extended their monthly cellphone plans, or used their loyalty points, in order to save on the high upfront cost and get the latest smartphone at a reasonable price.

Well yes but… the other side of the coin is that you’re left with a handset that is locked to the original network. Perhaps you would prefer to use your smartphone on a different network, sell it on, or even exchange it for something different. SIM unlocking is therefore the ideal solution liberate your new smartphone from your network provider. (more…)