Exclusively for UnlockBase server we are now able to offer a new service to unlock all iPhone from Sasktel Canada. Service is working in less than 12 Hours from Monday to Friday and support absolutely all iPhone from SaskTel Canada, including the 6 and 6 Plus ! This is a new exclusive service from UnlockBase Server, all we need is the IMEI of your iPhone and it will be registered as “Unlocked” on iTunes server (Permanent Factory Unlock).
Service Name:SaskTel Canada – All iPhone Including 6/6+ [Tool ID: 806 ]
Did you know that there are nearly seven billion cell phone subscriptions? This means that there’s almost one cell phone subscription for everyone on the planet. In fact, cell phones are more accessible than toilets. While you may think you know everything there is to know about mobile phones, there are likely several companies you haven’t heard of that offer valuable mobile phone advice and services. Here’s a quick look at the top 4 companies you need to know about.
You’ve probably heard of companies that let you trade your old devices for cash, but what about trading them for charity donations? Gizmogul specializes in providing cash for cell phones, with a portion of the proceeds being given to charities. You can even choose for all of your phone’s proceeds to be given to a charity. And if you’re looking to buy a phone, Gizmogul can help you purchase one that meets your needs, and when making the purchase, you can feel good knowing that part of the money being spent is going to a charity.
Did you know that a little sticker could save you enormous amounts of money on roaming fees? Yep, that’s right! KnowRoaming provides its customers with a sticker that goes on their SIM cards in their phones. When using the phones at home, normal carrier rates apply. However, when traveling abroad, the sticker activates itself and the phones switch to the KnowRoaming network, which provides cheap roaming rates. Remember, prior to using it – you’ll need to unlock your phone first.
3) Cell Phones for Soldiers
One of the best ways to support our beloved freedom is by joining the Armed Forces. Another great way is by making sure that each soldier has a reliable way of communicating with their loved ones back home, and this is the goal that Cell Phones for Soldiers strives to achieve. The organization focuses on collecting funds and phones to give to soldiers who are both overseas and at home. You can either sell your phone to the organization or donate it for free. It’s a win-win for everyone.
4) Free Government Cell Phones
The Free Government Cell Phones organization specializes in providing valuable information related to helping people in need find free phones and free carrier services. When it comes to being a go-to source for all things relating to free phones, this is the organization you want to contact. There are literally hundreds of programs that offer free phones and service, and Free Government Cell Phones can help you connect with the correct service provider. And even better is that the organization can help you become a government phone program sales representative, with the potential of earning more than $1,000 a week.
We have updated the HTC unlock code Database with 27,537,280 new IMEI entries .
With this update, we are now able to source the Unlock Code of no less than 194,795,102 HTC Cell Phones, and almost 99% of latest HTC phone models are available in our Database, including HTC Desire 620, Nexus 9, Desire 816G, One, M8 Eye, Desire Eye, Desire 612, Desire 820, Desire 510, M8, Butterfly 2, One Remix. You can check for free whether the Unlock Code of your HTC phone is available in our Database by using our Widget to get real time status, just visit the widget page to do this: http://www.unlockbase.com/widget/htc.php
UPDATE 2nd Mai 2015: added an extra 576,728 new IMEI entries
Update 1st July 2015:Don’t want to wait? Use UnlockBase Cell Phone Unlocker software to Direct Unlock with Original USB Cable for any Samsung Galaxy S6 & S6 Edge, instantly 24/7. It’s the cheapest option on the market today!
Update 19th June 2015: Too complicated ?! Don’t want to risk to flash your phone with new firmware ?! Please take a look to our new Official mobile “Device Unlock” app method to unlock your Samsung using official Android App.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 (SM-G920) cell phone from T-Mobile USA is using a custom firmware preventing the phone from being unlocked by code as there is no way to enter it (these phone are simply not asking for “SIM Network Unlock PIN”). Before this post, the only way to Unlock the phone was by using the official T-Mobile “Mobile Device Unlock App” which is an Android app called “Device Unlock” that allows you to request and apply a mobile device unlock directly from the device. And absolutely no code that you’ll be able to buy online will work using this app.
Original “Locked Screen” of a Samsung Galaxy S6 from T-Mobile USA
So what do you do if you get an Unlock Code but you cannot use it?
Now there is a solution consisting of an upgrade to the firmware of the phone with MetroPCS Firmware instead of T-Mobile, and this will allow the phone to ask for the Unlock Code. Below you will find a tutorial about how to do this. Once you flash (update) your Phone with this New Firmware, please make sure that your Samsung SM-G920T is now asking for “SIM Network Unlock PIN”. And if the answer is yes you can then click this link to order the Unlock Code of your Samsung Galaxy 6 from T-Mobile USA.
Service Name:Samsung T-Mobile USA [NEW GEN 2015] – NCK + SPCK (1<>4 Hours Mon-Fri) – [Tool ID: 775]
Please note:This method has been proven to work because it uses Samsung’s Official programs and the Official stock MetroPCS provided Images. As with any Official carrier or manufacturer firmware flashing this must be done at Your Own Discretion. The instructions are outlined CLEARLY and you must follow the instructions exactly. If any issues arise we cannot take responsibility for any issues. If you do not want to proceed, unfortunately we are unable to provide refunds as stated on our website before ordering. Please contact us for more information. You MUST perform these instructions and make sure the phone prompts with a NON accepted sim before you order or No Refunds!
Step by Step Tutorial Firmware Upgrade
Samsung Galaxy S6 (SM-G920T) to MetroPCS Firmware
Disclaimer: UnlockBase is not responsible if users break / brick or damage their phone while trying to use this method. You must not use this firmware for any other Android Cell Phone other than the Samsung Galaxy S6 (SM-G920T) from T-Mobile USA. Do so at your own risk. If you’re not sure what you are doing, please seek assistance at a local cell phone service center in your area.
Run Odin3 v3.10.0 as administrator (Right-Click: Run as Administrator).
Switch OFF your Samsung Galaxy S6.
Boot in download mode, by pressing the Volume Down + Home + Power Key simultaneously.
When you see the screen below:
Samsung Galaxy S6 in Download Mode
Tap Volume Up button to enter Download Mode.
Connect the Samsung Galaxy S6 to your PC with the USB cable.
Odin will automatically detect your phone and show the “Added!” message.
In the Odin, click on AP or PDA and then choose :- For Galaxy S6 (SM-G920T) : G920T1UVU1AOCH_G920T1TMB1AOCH_TMB_HOME.tar.md5 file.
Ensure Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time options are selected selected in Odin
while the Re-Partition option is unchecked (this is very important).
Click Start in Odin and wait for the software to update your phone.
Once the root installation is done, your phone will reboot
and soon a PASS message with a green background appears in the left-most box at the very top of Odin.
You can close Odin after device turns on.
Your Samsung Galaxy S6 is now fully updated with MetroPCS Firmware!
AFTER FLASHING A SAMSUNG GALAXY S6 FROM T-MOBILE WITH THIS FIRMWARE THE PHONE WILL FINALLY ASK FOR A NETWORK CODE WHEN YOU PUT A NON APPROVED CARRIER’S SIM CARD ON THE PHONE.
AFTER YOU HAVE UNLOCKED YOUR PHONE YOU CAN STILL FLASH A T-MOBILE FIRMWARE BACK TO THE DEVICE SO THAT IT GOES BACK TO ORIGINAL STOCK AND SO DOES NOT LOSE WARRANTY. BUT THE PHONE WILL RELOCK AS SOON AS YOU FLASH IT BACK WITH T-MOBILE FIRMWARE.
Video Tutorial from YouTube about the Flashing Process
Troubleshooting : I am stuck on the SAMSUNG BOOT LOGO! What do I do?
First, do not worry, your phone is not broken. Simply follow the instructions below:
a. Wait at least 5 minutes to make sure you are stuck on the logo screen
b. Pull the battery out and wait 30 seconds, then put the battery back in
c. Turn the phone on by: HOLDING VOLUME UP + HOME + POWER you will soon see the RECOVERY page
Tip: when the phone turns on let go of the power button ONLY, when you see the recovery let go of everything
d. Scroll down to WIPE factory user data reset and select it
when prompted scroll to YES and select it to do a factory wiping
e. Scroll down to WIPE CACHE PARTITION and select it,
when prompted scroll to YES and select it to do a wipe on cache
Tip: Use the volume rockers to navigate and the power button to Select your option
One of the most popular phones brand on the market today is still BlackBerry. The versatile cell phones from BlackBerry boasts a wide-range of features, including Internet access, appointment scheduling, and still for most of their phones the physical keyboard… But as with any type of phone, it’s only good if it can work on your local carriers. If your BlackBerry is locked, then you’ll want to take the time to have it unlocked. Fortunately, there’s a six-step process you can follow to unlock your BlackBerry.
Step 1: Identify your Unlock Code
First, you’ll need to identify your unlock code, and to do this you’ll need your phone’s IMEI number.
On a BlackBerry 10, click the Advanced tab under the phone’s Settings.
A dropdown menu should include a Hardware Tab. Click it and you’ll see your IMEI number.
On a BlackBerry 6, 7, 8 or 9 you need to click Device under the Options menu.
Now click Device Status Information, and you can find your IMEI.
If you have a BlackBerry 5 or earlier version, simply click Status under the Options menu, and you’ll see your IMEI.
Or simply phone this number *#06# with your keypad.
Step 2: Call, chat online or visit your carrier in person
Now you will need to contact your carrier; most will unlock it for free if your contract is up. Tell them you would like to unlock your phone and that you already have the phone’s IMEI number. If your contract with the carrier is not up, then you may have to take a different route of getting your phone unlocked.
Step 3: Taking an alternative route
If your carrier refuses to give you an unlock code, you can always pay a third-party service provider for one. Before choosing a third-party service provider. The provider will need your phone’s IMEI number, and although receiving the unlock code may take up to three days, in most cases, it only takes a few hours.
Step 4: Entering you unlock code
Once you have your unlock code, you’ll need to go to your phone’s Settings and select the Security and Privacy tab. Then click on SIM Card and scroll down until you see Unlock Phone. Click this tab and enter your code, followed by clicking on OK. Do keep in mind that you have only 10 attempts to enter the number or otherwise your phone will be disabled.
Step 5: Entering your unlock code on a BlackBerry 7
On a BlackBerry 7, all network connections must be disabled before entering your unlock code. To turn off these connections, go to Manage Connections and turn off WiFi and mobile networks.
Then go to your SIM Card menu and type “MEPD.” A new menu will pop up and your Network should appear as Active. If you have a 71xx, 81xx, 91xx model, instead of typing “MEPD,” you’ll need to type “MEPPD.”
Now type “MEP[Alt]2”. You may then have to type “MEP[Alt]4” if nothing happens. Remember that pressing the Alt key is suggested so that you can type numbers. For 71xx, 81xx, and 91xx models, you will instead need to type “MEPP[Alt]2” or “MEPP[Alt]4”.
At this point, you will now enter your unlock code. Fortunately, you have 255 tries, so it’ll be hard to mess up entering your code the right way. Once you have entered it correctly, insert your new SIM card. You can then re-enable your network connections to.
Step 6: Entering your unlock code on a BlackBerry 6 or older version
Simply remove the old SIM card and replace it with the new one. Turn the phone back on and enter your unlock code
When it comes to mobile phones, you probably have a difficult time staying up-to-date with the latest trends. After all, every time you turn around a new phone is coming out with updated features and capabilities. Fortunately, though, the Internet simplifies staying in the loop on all things related to mobile phones. Here’s a quick look at a few of the top mobile bloggers and content creators who can keep you current on everything you need to know about mobile phones.
TechDirt – Wireless
You’ll find anything and everything related to wireless devices and networking at techdirt.com/blog/wireless/. One of the latest blogs to be posted takes a closes look at how Verizon is finally allowing “a total opt out from sneaky super cookies.” You’ll also learn how a Google-powered mobile network will soon the change the wireless industry. Looking for something related to the battle between AT&T and T-Mobile? If so, check out this post. Karl Bode, along with several bloggers, provides the content on this blog.
TechDirt – Wireless news
A quick glance at the iDownloadBlog will provide you with an insider’s view of the soon to come Samsung Galaxy S6, Apple’s latest iPhone and all things to do with jailbreaking a phone. Jake Smith and a few other content creators run the blog, brining you must-know information on all of today’s mobile phone news.
The Hacker News
Looking for a site with postings that provide you with the good, the bad and the ugly of mobile devices? If so, you’ll definitely want to check out The Hacker News. Two of the best content creators on this site are Mohit Kumar and Swati Khandelwal. They provide you with an insider’s view on how wireless routers are getting hacked and much more.
The Hacker News
When it comes to all things related to mobile phones, Matthew Miller has the latest news and reviews on updates and relevant news. With in-depth reviews on both Android and iOS based phones, you’re sure to learn neat tips and tricks about today’s hottest smartphones. You can rest assured that the author knows what he’s talking about. He’s been working with mobile phones since 1997 and has owned more than 200 devices.
Unlocked mobile devices represent a large sector of the communication industry, and unlocked phones are perhaps one of the most effective devices for expanding the reach of communication for many people… Unlocked phones have been the topic of many debates in the U.S. Congress, who voted to permanently allow the unlocking of cell phones. People tend to think of unlocked phones as something that people want for the sole purpose of escaping contracts or obligations to their carrier. However, unlocked phones are actually used for several other purposes. Unlocked phones have been used as a vital part of Women’s Protective Services; they enable a larger geographic area to use a given phone; and they improve the global economy.
Women’s Protective Services
Unlocked mobile devices, particularly cell phones, are used to help women leave abusive, dangerous situations. An unlocked mobile device gives women a tool to use in the event of an emergency. For example, an abusive spouse may be stalking a woman, and she can use the phone to notify emergency responders of anything that would make her unsure about her setting, such as leaving work with the spouse’s car nearby.
Reach a Larger Geographic Area
Although cell phone carriers tend to be located and provide service along areas with a high population density, millions of people live outside the reach of the major cell phone service providers. Unlocked phones give these people access to communication, which, in the case of illness, injury, or simply the passage of knowledge; can be a life-saving tool. An unlocked phone can be used on international carriers where the phone’s original carrier does not offer service, or it may be used to reduce the charges of using the phone abroad. Recycled phones are often unlocked and sent to areas of the world in need of modern communication. Furthermore, unlocked phones impact the global economy.
Unlocked Phones and the World Market
If a carrier had the right to nullify and make all phone unlocks illegal, it would devastate the world economy. Unlocked phones give people the option to switch carriers for a variety of reasons, including leaving carriers who charge exuberant fees, have a lack of geographic service, or for the need to move overseas. Not only do unlocked phones help the world market, but they actually increase the competitive efforts between providers, which helps ensure that the cost of using mobile devices stays minimal. If the competition did not exist, a dominant company would gain a monopoly and have unrestricted reasoning to increase prices beyond what most people could afford. This would spiral into the return to the age of the landline phones, and the production and use of cell phones would come to grinding halt.
The advancement of mobile technology has united the people of the world in ways never thought possible. Most cell phones have an initial lock placed on them by a carrier, but the need for effective two-factor communication between people around the world has contributed to the widespread practice of unlocking mobile devices. If the U.S. Government condones the process of unlocking mobile devices for the above mentioned reasons, what reason do you have for not ensuring your phone has access to communication on a global scale?
We just add a new service to retrieve information about the Original iCloud Owner of any iPhone. The service will just provide information about the original iCloud Account but will not provide passwords or remove the iCloud lock from the device. However we do provide these information: Account Full Name, Apple ID email, Address, Phone & Secret Questions (without the answers).
The details will look like as below (may vary depending on model/activation/status):
Name: John Doe (Full name of account owner here) Apple ID: email@example.com Spare Apple ID (login alias) firstname.lastname@example.org Address: 4th Floor, Block A, No. 28 New York Road New York- 200010 USA Tel 86-021-1394782256622 Evening Phone Archiving e-mail address email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Security Question: What are you grew up in the street called? What is your ideal job? Your best friend boyhood name?
To find these informations we will need the IMEI & UDID Number of the iPhone.
Service Name:iPhone & iPad iCloud ID Data (Need IMEI + UDID) [Tool ID: 778] Turnaround of Delivery: 1-3 Business Days (Monday to Friday) Success Rate: Around 80%
How to find your UDID number:
1. Open iTunes on your Desktop Computer,
2. Plug in your iPhone to your Desktop computer,
3. Select your device under “Devices” on the left hand side of the screen,
4. Click on your Serial number and it will change to your UDID number,
5. Right click on the number to copy to clipboard.
We are now able to offer five services to Unlock iPhone from Austria. Depending of the services you pick we can provide the confirmation of unlock from 4 to 7 business days (Monday to Friday). If your iPhone is from 3 Hutchison or A1 Mobilkom Austria we support absolutely all models including the iPhone 6 and 6+ ! However if it’s from Orange or T-Mobile Austria we can unlock any iPhone up to the iPhone 5. We are now direct source for these services and all we need is the IMEI of your iPhone and it will be registered as “Unlocked” on iTunes server (Permanent Factory Unlock).
Here is the new list of services we offer to Unlock iPhone from Austria:
3 Hutchison Austria – All iPhone Including 6/6+ – [Tool ID: 784]
A1 Mobilkom Austria – All iPhone Including 6/6+ – [Tool ID: 441]
A1 Mobilkom Austria – iPhone 4, 4S “Out of Contract” – [Tool ID: 783]
Exclusively for UnlockBase server we are now able to offer a new service to unlock all iPhone from LMT Latvia. Service is working in less than two business days (Monday to Friday) and support absolutely all iPhone from LMT Latvia, including the 6 and 6 Plus ! If the phone is still in contract it can take up to five business days. This is a new exclusive service from UnlockBase Server, all we need is the IMEI of your iPhone and it will be registered as “Unlocked” on iTunes server (Permanent Factory Unlock).
Service Name:LMT Latvia – All iPhone Including 6/6+ “Clean IMEI” – [Tool ID: 780]