After a long wait, it’s here. Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the manufacturer’s latest phablet and the competitor for Apple’s upcoming 5.5” handset, was finally unveiled on August 2! Like expected, it boasts an impressive spec sheet and an amazing design, making it a real contender for the “Best smartphone of the year” title.
Now we all know that such smartphones are not always cheap. And carriers are aware of this as well, that’s why, starting with August 18, they will offer the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 for a better price, alongside a two-year contract. However, we all know the biggest downsize of this option: you will be stuck with the same carrier for two years. Or maybe not.
If you’re not fancying the idea of using the same carrier for a longer period, you can always unlock your Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Currently, there are a couple of well-known method of doing this, by the most popular is definitely unlocking by code!
What makes it so popular? First of all, it’s very easy and you don’t need any technical knowledge in order to unlock a phone by code. Secondly, it’s fast, requiring just a few minutes, and last but not least, it’s absolutely safe, as there’s no risk of damaging your phone.
So, without much further ado, let’s see how you can unlock your Samsung Galaxy Note 7!
Step 1: Find a reliable unlock code provider online
You can find a lot of similar services, but just a few are actually reliable. UnlockScope.com and UnlockUnit.com are two of them, proven by the several 5-star reviews from Trustpilot, so you can rely on them for a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 unlock code.
Step 2: Place your order
You can place an order on their website or by downloading the UnlockScope App from Google Play. No matter what service you’re going to opt for, there are a few details you need to provider:
- The network and country you originally bought the phone from
- Your phone’s IMEI, which can be found by dialing *#06#
- A valid email address, where you will receive the code
After completing the order form with these, proceed to payment.
Step 3: Receive the code and unlock your phone
Shortly after placing the order, you will receive an email with the unlock code and additional unlocking instructions. The email depends a lot on the network the phone is locked on and how hard to process the IMEI is.
Insert a SIM from an unsupported network in your Galaxy Note 7 and wait for it to display a message like “SIM network unlock PIN”. Then, using your keyboard, type the code you just received and tap the “Unlock” key. That’s it, your phone is now unlocked and you can use it in any network you want!
Besides this, unlocking your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 comes with other advantages as well, like the ability to avoid expensive roaming fees when traveling, by simply using a local SIM. Also, it will be way easier to sell the phone if it’s unlocked, for a better price. See, it’s worth doing it!
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