General Advice

How to get a Samsung Galaxy Unlock Code

The Samsung Galaxy has become largely popular in all its variations, meaning people on all networks want to get a good deal on the sought after smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy’s popularity can be pinned to the fact it runs on the Android platform, which is one of the most popular and widely used platforms, in close competition with Apple’s IOS software. One of the wining features most have found with the Samsung Galaxy however is the quality of the handset’s high resolution wide screen, making it a favourite among smartphone users worldwide.

Mobile Restriction codes, subsidy codes and Network unlock codes, all the same?

There is a variety of different codes used in mobile unlocking, and it can sometimes be confusing trying to find out which unlock code is the one needed for you, or whether they are all just the same. Network service providers will work with manufacturers to programme a SIM lock into the handset for a reason: because they want you to be forced to stick with their network, and so they don’t want it to be easy for you to unlock your phone.

Cell phone unlock codes: [how to video guide]

It’s illegal to reconstruct the IMEI number of a phone which has been barred after it has become lost or stolen (or if the contract hasn’t been paid). Mobile phone networks lock a phone in order to ensure you continue to use their services. Quite often, when you change providers but keep the same phone, you can call your provider’s customer service line and they will release a code to you for a fee.

Unlock Codes: what your carrier won’t tell you

Cell phone unblocking or remote unlocking is something that is made out to be a taboo by most phone companies and networks, and many people think it is illegal. The truth is there is nothing illegal or taboo about cell phone unlocking, and the unlock codes are readily available. If I wanted to unlock my phone’s network, I would need an unlock code.

Unlock Codes (Are They Legal?)

Breaking something that is intended to be officially used by a legitimate business entity might seem illegal. After all, other cases of “breaking”, such as hacking are considered a criminal offense. But as negative as it sounds, using unlock codes to free a mobile phone from a particular network provider is completely safe from the law’s perspective.