Getting an Unlock code for The Samsung Galaxy S Plus is a variant of the highly popular Samsung Galaxy S of the Galaxy range is earler then you could have thought.It boasts a high resolution 4” display and fast and smooth operations with the new Android v2.3 Gingerbread™ operating system, super-fast downloading and a longer battery life, all core important features to any smartphone users.
In this video we show you how and where to get your hands on an Unlock codes for a Samsung Galaxy S Plus
unlocking codes usually cost on average £40 for the code and maybe a little more for the full unlocking service. But beware as they could provide you with a false code or the unlock may not work but they will most likely still charge you.
If you don’t want to spend any money, try using one of the free and helpful unlocking guides found on either forums or technology websites. Sometimes if you have no clue about technology or mobile phones, attempting to do it yourself could cause more harm than it is worth. But these unlocking guides are free, so there is no harm in having a look at a few before making a decision. The plus point of the Samsung Galaxy S Plus is that there is a built in unlock code that is guaranteed to work, you just need to find it, instead trying to find a reputable website to provide an unlock code.
Once you have your Unlock codes for a Samsung Galaxy S Plus
It is time to put it to use on your Samsung Galaxy S Plus handset. Here are some simple instructions to follow in order to unlock your Stratus mobile phone. Firstly, you need to remove the accepted sim card from the phone, and insert a non accepted sim card, i.e. a sim card that is not on the network that the handset it locked to, preferably the sim card you plan to use with the phone once it has been unlocked. Then switch the phone back on and you should be greeted with a message similar to ‘enter password’. This is prompting you to enter the unlock code. Once you have entered the unlock code, and it has been accepted, your Samsung should be unlocked! If there are any issues, contact your network service provider or the source for your unlock code.