Since most of you have experienced the “not registered on network” error message on your phone we decide to write a comprehensive guide on how to fix the error. This is very prominent on Samsung Galaxy devices so we are going to use Samsung Galaxy as a reference throughout the guide. Some other Android Mobile …
What is a Check Code – Android Secret Codes, Hidden Menu & Dialer Codes? Android check code, phone information code, or secret Android code is an alpha-numeric character combination that can give you access to the internal (software and hardware) information of your Android phone. Once you know what kind of information you are looking …
To get the unlock code needed to remove the restrictions, the first stop should be your network service provider. Give them a call or pop into a local store of theirs to ask about getting the unlock code from them,
To get the unlock code you need for your Xperia Arc you should first try asking your network service provider. If you have been a customer of theirs for a while they may offer you the unlock code for free,
The Sony Ericsson Vivaz 2 is the original name for what we now know as the Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo. It is a multi-media focused Android run smartphone high definition video capabilities and HD media playback, including via a HD television using a HDMI connection.
The Sony Xperia X10i is one of the first Sony Ericsson smartphones to be Android based, and is one of the more high end offerings from the Xperia range
Sony Ericsson are a long established and very popular cell phone manufacturer, with a large variety of mobile phone and smartphone models old and new under their belt that are still used and loved today.
One thing that doesn’t differ among the K800 range however is the restrictions placed on the handsets to restrict them to use on only one network, the one the handset was purchased on. But its never been easier to change that, with the simple use of an unlock code, the restrictions can be removed and the phone can be open to use on any mobile network. The best part is, unlocking a phone is completely legal and increases the resale value of the phone, and is usually free to do!
One common unwanted feature among all smartphones is their SIM lock. Most network service providers ask the mobile manufacturers to put a lock on the phone so that it cannot be used on any network but the one it was sold on. But this is far easier than it may seen to remove, with just some simple instructions, an unaccepted SIM card, and an unlock code needed to remove it. It will not only allow you to choose which network service provider you go with, it will also increase the resale value of your phone!
So it is no wonder people are desperate to get their hands on one, and want to keep hold of it regardless of their contracts ending or network service providers changing. And network service providers want to make this as hard as possible to try and force people to stick with them by imposing a sim lock on handsets. This sim lock restricts the use of a sim card from any other network being used in the handset.