With its Super AMOLED display, the highly successful and value for money mid-range Samsung Galaxy J series offers quality and performance capabilities that would have been considered high-end even just two or three years ago. The J7, bigger brother to the J5, enables you to upgrade your photo-viewing, video-watching and gameplay sessions with rich, true-to-life color reproduction and an exceptional contrast ratio for deeper blacks.
The Samsung Galaxy J7, which was introduced a little earlier this year, features an immersive 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED display, a 1.7GHz Octa-Core Exynos 7870 SoC, with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of on-board storage, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front camera, and a 3,300 mAh battery. MicroSD support is also included, as is LTE network connectivity. Running on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, T-Mobile and MetroPCS, the two major service providers that stock the J7, have different marketing strategies to entice you to buy the phone, and both of them are tempting.
T-Mobile USA offers the Samsung Galaxy J7 for only $239.99, and comes with a second phone free provided you pay with a prepaid MasterCard credit card. While MetroPCS USA does not offer a free second phone but opts instead for a super low price for the J7 of just $179.00.
Whether you’re watching an HD streaming movie or reading a book, the Samsung Galaxy J7 is more involving thanks to the large 5.5″ HD Super AMOLED display. And while the 13MP main camera captures clearer photos, the 5MP front camera gives you fast and flattering selfies even in low light conditions. The 3,300 mAh battery has the power to keep up with your demands. The phone comes with in-built Ultra Data Saving which compresses data and restricts background apps from chewing up too much data, thereby supplying an unfailingly fast and cost efficient 4G experience.
Unlock the Samsung Galaxy J7 with UnlockBase
UnlockBase, the web’s leading unlock remote phone unlock service, can quickly and cost efficiently extricate you from T-Mobile, MetroPCS or just about any service provider around the world from which you wish to unlock. If your Samsung Galaxy J7 comes from MetroPCS USA or T-Mobile USA then it’s most likely your Cell Phone is locked with “Device Unlock App” and not asking for an unlock code (SIM Network Unlock PIN). In this situation it’s really important to order the unlock of your device using this special service:
For T-Mobile USA:
For MetroPCS USA:
Most customers are able to quickly and cost effectively permanently unlock their phone within 5 minutes using the app. However, should any problems arise, UnlockBase also offers a 24/7 365 day a year service center manned not by robots but living, breathing human beings ready day or night to help answer your questions. UnlockBase also offers a 100% money back guarantee if you are not delighted with the service, and, should you find a genuinely cheaper like for like deal elsewhere UnlockBase will either match it or better it.
This is an oldie but goodie from Sony Xperia, and was originally released in the United States in October 2014. Yes, in cellphone terms that’s an ice age ago, but the Sony Xperia Z3 remains a popular phone to unlock, and a fast seller on eBay and other auctions sites.
The Xperia Z3 hails the entry for Sony of design aesthetics such as a curved bezel. Like its predecessors, the Xperia Z3’s design consists of a metal frame with a glass backing; with the metal frame being rounded, while the device itself is slightly slimmer than the earlier Z2. Equipped with a near phablet sized 5.2” FHD screen, the Sony Xperia Z3 carries slightly higher IP ratings for water and dust-proofing than the Z2. With a 1080p display and a density of 424 ppi, it also features Sony’s “Triluminos” technology.
Incorporating years of Sony camera expertise, the Xperia Z3 includes Cyber-shot and Handycam technologies for bright, crisp, and super sharp photography. The rear facing camera is a mighty 20.7 Megapixels with a Sony Exmor RS image sensor, along with improvements to “SteadyShot” and “Intelligent Active” modes. It also has ISO 12800 sensitivity, enabling you to capture moments in low light.
The phone comes with a 2.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 system-on-chip with 3 GB of RAM, with Google Android 6.0 (Marshmallow). The Z3 includes a non-removable 3100 mAh battery with up to two days of battery life. The phone runs on a single nano sim card upgradeable to 128GB via the microSD slot.
Unlock your Sony Xperia Z3 with UnlockBase
At the time of its release in the fall of 2014, the phone was compared favorably with the Samsung S4. The phone was on the market offered by T-Mobile in black, and some of these phones are still locked with an RSU App. If this is not what you want and you are keen to get rid of it, UnlockBase can help.
With the largest database on the web for phones and service providers, UnlockBase will not be beaten on price. For just $29.90 we can unlock and free up your Sony Xperia X3 in less than 24 Hours using the official Android Official Unlock for T-Mobile USA. Before you order the app make it’s important to make sure your phone is free of any viruses and is not blacklisted, or else the app will not be able to help you.
To Unlock your Sony Xperia Z3 (D6616) from T-Mobile USA please follow this Link:
The new Samsung Galaxy S7 is slim, but in a big way. It looks the part, with a 5.1 inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen protected by scratchproof 3D glass. The sleek glass and metal, refined and streamlined with ergonomic curves, ensures a comfortable, secure grip. As for performance, it’s huge, with more advanced cameras, more responsive software functionality and superb connectivity to enjoy the full gamut of products, services, and online experiences.
The phone comes with a microSD card slot upgradeable to 200GB and fast wired and wireless charging technology.
As a practical phone to carry with you, the Samsung Galaxy S7 received an IP68 rating to make it water resistant to spills, splashes. Even dropping it in water won’t slow down the Galaxy S7.
Taking pictures takes on another dimension. Compare it with other phones of lesser quality and immediately notice the revolutionary world first of Dual Pixel technology which produces crisper, richer colors from a brighter lens with a wider aperture for great shots even in low light. The front facing camera is 5MP while the rear camera offers 12 MP with fast auto focus.
Gaming performance has also gone large with big updates to software and the optimization of gaming performance. The 4GB RAM and 32GB ROM processer and bigger battery capacity puts PC power in the palm of your hand to ensure longer playing time, while the internal cooling system keeps the device from overheating. The new add-on for gamers, Game Launcher, allows users to manage battery consumption and minimize notifications.
The 4G LTE Galaxy S7 offers a seamless mobile experience with the new Gear S2 Classic to monitor fitness, or the connection with Gear VR to “travel” the world. Additionally, Galaxy S7 users can make payments with Samsung Pay, secured by Samsung KNOX. It’s easy-to-use and accepted almost anywhere, making mobile payments available to more merchants and consumers.
The Galaxy S7 is available at T-Mobile for $669.99 or $27.92 per month for 24 months with $0 down. For a limited time, you can also get 50% off a Samsung Tab A 8.0 via Prepaid MasterCard™ Card when you purchase a select Samsung Galaxy Smartphone. MetroPCS offer the Samsung Galaxy S7 for $649.00 or with monthly payments starting from $30.00.
Unlock your Galaxy S7 with UnlockBase
No matter how much you love your phone, you don’t have to be stuck with your service provider. UnlockBase, the web’s leading remote cellphone unlocking service, is here to help. We can quickly, efficiently and economically unlock your Samsung Galaxy S7 using the Device Unlock App. Device Unlock is an Android app that allows you to request and apply a mobile device unlock directly from the device. This allows you to automatically apply Mobile Device Unlock to the device without using a manual code. When your phone is locked with “Mobile Device Unlock” it’s totally useless to order an unlock code.
Unlocking your Samsung Galaxy S7 costs just $24 if from MetroPCS, and $29.9 if from T-Mobile USA . Should you find a genuine cheaper offer to unlock your phone elsewhere we promise to match or better it. Before using the app, you need to be sure your phone is 100% clean, not stolen or blacklisted.
To Unlock your Samsung Galaxy S7 (SM-G930T) from T-Mobile USA please follow this Link:
To Unlock your Samsung Galaxy S7 (SM-G930T) from MetroPCS USA please follow this Link:
The new LG G5 is the first modular smartphone from the South Korean company, and it comes in an all-metal design, so you can upgrade it with accessories, but still appreciate the sleek look and feel. Key new features for the LG 5 include a uni-body design, an easy to slide-out battery, and MicroSD card slot, so you can add more power and memory quickly and easily. The screen is a 5.3” Quad HD screen with a high-contrast display with daylight mode.
As far as cameras are concerned, they are dual rear-facing with standard and ultra-wide-angle lenses. There’s an 8MP camera at the front and 16MP on the rear. The 135° lens means you can capture a sprawling skyline, a stadium concert, or the full length of a beach. You can also zoom out ultra-wide (0.5X) – it’s a first for a smartphone. You can take a variety of photos and videos from a micro close-up to a macro scene by simply pinching the screen.
The phone measures 149.4 x 73.9 x 7.7mm, and unlike its G series predecessors, it’s not curved and is smaller and easier to hold. Reaching all corners of the screen is now possible.
The LG 5 features Always-on display so there’s no need to press the button to check the time, date, or notifications, just a glance gives you the information you need.
Despite the Always-on display, to minimize power consumption, LG redesigned the display driver IC memory and power management function so that the display’s backlight only illuminates one small part of the overall display. This means the Always-on Display requires only 0.8 percent of the battery’s full capacity per hour to remain functional. With consumers turning on their smartphones up to 150 times a day mostly to just check the time, the G5’s Always-on Display has been designed to make a notable difference in the life of the battery over the course of the day.
For greater connectivity, the LG G5’s Friends Manager app enables you to connect, interact and play with all your LG owning friends.
T-Mobile is currently selling the LG 5 for $629.99 or for $26.25 a month for 24 months with $0 down.
Unlock your LG G5 (H830) with UnlockBase
If you want the freedom to choose your own service provider, no problem. UnlockBase, the web’s leading remote cellphone unlocking service, is here to help. We can quickly, efficiently and economically unlock your LG5 using the Device Unlock App.
Device Unlock is an Android app that allows you to request and apply a mobile device unlock directly from the device. This allows you to automatically apply Mobile Device Unlock to the device without using a manual code. When your phone is locked with “Mobile Device Unlock” it’s totally useless to order an unlock code. Unlocking your LG 5 costs just $29.90. Before using the app, you need to be sure your phone is 100% clean, not stolen or blacklisted.
To Unlock your LG G5 (H830) from T-Mobile USA please follow this Link:
Most phablet fans would agree the Samsung Galaxy Note series is the daddy of all the phablets, consistently high quality and innovative as well as slick and easy to use. Samsung believe with the Galaxy Note5 they have delivered the best version yet.
Billed as the most powerful and beautiful model yet, with a 5.7 inch Quad HD Super AMOLED (518ppi) screen, it’s still as big as ever, but now slimmer, framed by sleek aluminum metal and glass. The useful S Pen can be used on a sleek flat surface while the phone’s dual-edge back lies comfortably in the palm of your hand. In fact, the new S-Pen is now even more like an actual pen, and writes like one too on the surface of the screen. The screen is made from super tough Gorilla glass.
The 32GB Samsung Galaxy Note 5 comes with a wireless charger. Just rest the phone on the charger and it’s fully powered in 120 minutes. The advantage of the wireless charger is that you can keep it with you at all times, so even when you are travelling or stopping for refreshments, your phone can stay topped up to the max.
There are also a number of entertainment options with the Galaxy Note5 that a new dimension not just to using your phone, but the way you entertain yourself and your friends. This includes the ability to share your own experiences with others in real time by turning on your camera and using Live Broadcast that streams on You Tube to live the moment together.
The camera also features Video Digital Imaging Stabilization in addition to Optical Image Stabilization technology so there’s no camera shake, it’s so steady it’s as if the camera is locked off, not hand held. You can record videos in 4K / UHD.
There’s also a 16 MP rear camera and 5MP front camera. The camera’s Advanced Selfie technology and range of effective filters mean photos are super sharp. Pictures and videos can then be shown on a TV screen with just one tap.
Connectivity is also easy with Galaxy Note5. SideSync enables you to respond to texts and get important reminders and alerts while you’re on your computer.
In certain countries you can also take advantage of Samsung Pay, a hassle-free and secure way to pay with fingerprint authentication and additional layers of security
The Samsung Galaxy S5 retails at $699 cash or $29.17 a month for 24 months from T-Mobile with $0 down.
Unlock your Galaxy Note 5 with Unlockbase
If you’re happy with everything about your choice of phone, but not your cellphone provider, you need to get in touch with Unlockbase. UnlockBase is the leading online remote unlock site, with the largest database of phones and service providers around the globe. You can unlock your Galaxy Note5 quickly, easily and cost efficiently for $29.90 using the Mobile Device Unlock App, the Android official unlock for T-Mobile USA. Just ensure your phone is clean, and not reported as lost or stolen.
This is another new phone making its debut at CES Las Vegas this month. It’s an entry level model from ZTE, a fast growing Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment and systems company headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China.
The all new ZTE Avid® PLUS is designed with comfort, convenience and the budget conscious in mind. It works quickly and efficiently enough, powered by a Qualcomm® 1.1 GHz quad-core processor matched with fast nationwide 4G LTE network. And if it’s affordability you’re after, the deal from MetroPCS doesn’t get any better. With an original price of $119, MetroPCS, after mail-in rebate MetroPCS are offering the phone at just $29.00!
The phone comes with an on-trend 5″ LCD screen with pixel density of 196 ppi, which allows you to enjoy pictures, play games and watch videos, while the screen is protected with Dragontrail™ scratch-resistant glass.
Camera technology on the Avid PLUS is a bit basic, nothing more, and nothing less than you would expect from a budget phone. There’s a 2MP front-facing camera and a 5MP rear-facing camera, with 720 pixel video recording which means you can easily capture what’s going on around you at short notice. There are effects including Color Effect, Scene Mode and Anti-Flicker to help you create quality photographs, but of course at this lvel of pixellation, you can expect some pictures to be grainy.
The ZTE Avid Plus was not designed as a high-end smartphone. Internal storage starts at 8GB upgradeable with a microSD slot to 32GB. The phone is made from an all-plastic build but still manages to have a quality feel when held. Unlike a lot of the newer generation phones, the Avid PLUS has a removable backing, allowing access to the replaceable battery, the SIM card slot, and the microSD card slot, which is much easier than trying to open the SD card and SIM card slots with the aid of a supplied pin to press into a tiny slot in the side.
The phone runs on Android Lollipop 5.1 and includes a built-in battery saver with additional security features and enhanced WiFi/Bluetooth controls
The resolution and pixel count is admittedly low as compared to more high end models, but with a MetroPCS price of just $29.00, it still represents outstanding value.
Unlock your Avid PLUS from MetroPCS with UnlockBase
If you love the phone but you want to be able to use extra SIM Card from a non compatible network, UnlockBase, the leading online remote unlock site, with the largest database of phones and service providers around the globe, can unlock this phone for you quickly, easily and cost efficiently. Our new, easy to use MetroPCS Android Mobile Device Unlock App supports ZTE Avid PLUS and the app can be yours for just $24.oo. Full step by step instructions are supplied and if you get stuck and you’re not sure what to do, our team are on hand 24/7 to answer your questions and sort out any possible problems. You can buy the app in seconds on the site and have your phone unlocked within just a few minutes, but don’t take our word for it, before you buy check out some of our genuine testimonials from satisfied customers.
ZTE Avid Plus Specifications:
- 4G LTE enabled
- 5″ FWVGA LCD Touchscreen Display
- 5MP autofocus camera with LED flash + 2MP front-facing camera
- 8GB ROM / 1GB RAM
- Expandable to 32GB with microSD card (sold separately)
To Unlock your ZTE Avid Plus from MetroPCS, please follow this Link:
UnlockBase unlocks more phones from more cellphone providers around the world than any other online remote unlock website. We’re known to thousands of satisfied customers for our efficiency, our speed of response and our fair, cost effective pricing, – so much so that we won’t be beaten on price. If you can find an unlock deal online for the exact same phone model and service provider that is better than what we are offering, we guaranteed to match it or better it.
One of the latest smartphones we can unlock for customers using MetroPCS as their service provider is the popular LG K7 from South Korean company LG. It’s the younger brother of the more powerful K10. Making its debut this month at CES in Las Vegas, it’s not surprising the K7 is expected to be such a popular choice. That’s because this smartphone is the complete package. With this phone you can tap into both your creative and practical sides and enjoy a great experience either way. It has outstanding camera features, and solid, speedy performance at a price that truly won’t break the bank.
The LG K7 MS330, (or LG Tribute 5 as it is also known by some service providers), is a value for money Android phone with a slim arched screen and sleek back cover. Its 5-inch display is contained within a smart looking plastic design with a matte finish. MetroPCS will offer this phone as a pre-paid deal with an affordable price tag. In fact, the phone brand new costs $129.90, but with an after mail-in rebate you can have one shipped to you for just $49.00 online at MetroPCS.
LG like to describe their K Series as ‘glossy pebble design language’, so called due to the curved, modern finish of the phones, aimed squarely at a younger audience without a lot of budget to blow on a high-end smartphone. LG claim the design cues of the phone are borrowed from nature, and the phone certainly punches above its weight in terms of cost vs performance and looks.
The LG K7 is a 5-inch 854×480 resolution smartphone. It’s running on Android 5.1 Lollipop along with LG’s Optimus UI on top. It’s powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, with 1GB or 1.5GB of RAM and 8GB of storage inside. There’s a microSD card slot inside, which can support an upgrade of up to 64GB of storage as well. LG has packed an 8MP camera in the back with a surprisingly good quality 5MP camera in the front. The phone is equipped with LG’s easy to use photo technology including Gesture Shot and Gesture Interval Shot, making the taking of selfies easy and hassle-free.
With Gesture Shot you can take photos simply by raising an open hand in front of the lens and then clenching it into a fist. When you close your hand twice the camera automatically goes into Gesture Interval Shot mode whereby it will run off four consecutive photos. There is also Flash for Selfie on the front to help capture moments on the fly, whenever, wherever the moment presents itself, even if it’s in the dark. The phone is powered by an 2125mAh battery that is non-removable, and therefore non-replaceable.
Get the UnlockBase Android Device Unlock App
Our new, easy to use MetroPCS Android Mobile Device Unlock App supports the LG K7 and the app can be yours for just $24.oo. Full step by step instructions are supplied and if you get stuck and you’re not sure what to do, our team are on hand 24/7 to answer your questions and sort out any possible problems. You can buy the app in seconds on the site and have your phone unlocked within just a few minutes, but don’t take our word for it, before you buy check out some of our genuine testimonials from satisfied customers.
LG K7 Specifications
- 5-inch 854×480 display
- 1.1GHz quad-core processor
- 8-megapixel or 5-megapixel rear camera
- 5-megapixel front camera
- 1.5GB or 1GB of RAM
- 16GB or 8GB of storage
- 2125mAh non-removable battery
- Android 5.1
To Unlock your LG K7 from MetroPCS, please follow this Link:
Device Unlock is an Android app that allows you to request and apply a mobile device unlock directly from the device. This allows you to automatically apply Mobile Device Unlock to the device without using a manual code. When your phone is locked with “Mobile Device Unlock” it’s totally useless to order an unlock code.
Only supported devices (see below) may download the app or have it pre-installed. Supported devices may download the app from: Google Play.
|Supported Models from T-Mobile USA
||Supported Models from MetroPCS USA
- Alcatel OneTouch Evolve (OT-5024N),
- Alcatel OneTouch Fierce 4 (OT-5056N),
- Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL (OT-5054W),
- Alcatel OneTouch POP Astro (OT-5042T),
- Coolpad Catalyst (3622A),
- Coolpad Defiant,
- Coolpad Rogue (3320A),
- HTC 10,
- HTC One M9,
- HTC Desire 530,
- HTC Desire 626s,
- HTC U11 life,
- Kyocera Hydro LIFE (C6530),
- Kyocera Hydro Wave (C6740),
- Kyocera DuraForce PRO,
- Kyocera DuraForce XD (E6790),
- LG Aristo (M210),
- LG Aristo 2 Plus (X212TAL),
- LG G Stylo (H631),
- LG G4 (H811),
- LG G5 (H830),
- LG G6 (H872),
- LG G7 ThinQ (LMG710TM),
- LG K7 (K330),
- LG K10 (K428SG),
- LG K20 Plus (TP260),
- LG K30 (X410TK),
- LG Leon LTE (H345),
- LG Stylo 2 Plus (K550),
- LG Stylo 3 PLUS (TP450),
- LG Stylo 4 (Q710TS),
- LG V10 (H901),
- LG V20 (H918),
- LG V30 (H932),
- LG V30+ (H932U),
- Motorola moto e4,
- Motorola moto e5 Play (XT1921-3),
- Motorola moto e5 Plus,
- Motorola Moto Z Force,
- Samsung Galaxy Avant (SM-G386T),
- Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime (SM-J327T),
- Samsung Galaxy J3 Star (SM-J337T),
- Samsung Galaxy J7 (SM-J700T),
- Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime (SM-J727T),
- Samsung Galaxy J7 Star (SM-J737T),
- Samsung Galaxy On5 (SM-G550T),
- Samsung Galaxy S6 (SM-G920T),
- Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (SM-G925T),
- Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ (SM-G928T),
- Samsung Galaxy S7 (SM-G930T),
- Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (SM-G935T),
- Samsung Galaxy S8 (SM-G950T),
- Samsung Galaxy S8+ (SM-G955T),
- Samsung Galaxy S8 Active (SM-G892U),
- Samsung Galaxy S9 (SM-G960U),
- Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus (SM-G965U),
- Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (SM-N920T),
- Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (SM-N930T),
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (SM-N950T),
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (SM-N960U),
- Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (SM-G530T),
- Samsung Galaxy Core Prime (SM-G360T),
- Sony Xperia Z3 (D6616),
- T-Mobile REVVL,
- T-Mobile REVVL Plus,
- ZTE Avid Plus (Z828),
- ZTE Avid Trio (Z833),
- ZTE Obsidian (Z820),
- ZTE Zinger (Z667T),
- ZTE Zmax Pro (Z981).
- Alcatel 7,
- Alcatel A30 Fierce (OT-5049Z),
- Alcatel One TouchFierce XL (OT-5054N),
- Alcatel One TouchFierce 4 (OT-5056N),
- Alcatel TRU (OT-5065N),
- Coolpad Catalyst (3622A),
- Coolpad Defiant (3632A),
- HTC Desire 530,
- HTC Desire 626s,
- Kyocera Hydro ELITE (C6740 & C6740N),
- LG Aristo (MS210),
- LG Aristo 2 (LMX210MA),
- LG Leon 4G LTE (MS345),
- LG G Stylo (MS631),
- LG K7 (MS330),
- LG K10 (MS428),
- LG K20 Plus (MP260),
- LG Q7 Plus, Q7+ (Q610MA),
- LG Stylo 2 Plus (MS550),
- LG Stylo 3 PLUS (MP450),
- LG Stylo 4 (Q710MS),
- Motorola moto e4,
- Motorola moto e5 Play (XT1921-3),
- Motorola moto e5 Plus,
- Samsung Galaxy A6 (SM-A600T1),
- Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime (SM-J327T1),
- Samsung Galaxy J7 (SM-J700T1),
- Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime (SM-J727T1),
- Samsung Galaxy J7 Star ( SM-J737T1),
- Samsung Galaxy On5 (SM-G550T1),
- Samsung Galaxy S7 (SM-G930T1),
- Samsung Galaxy S8 (SM-G950T1),
- Samsung Galaxy S8+ (SM-G955T1),
- Samsung Galaxy S9 (SM-G960U),
- Samsung Galaxy Core Prime (SM-G360T1),
- Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (SM-G530T1),
- ZTE Avid 4 (Z855),
- ZTE Avid Plus (Z828),
- ZTE Avid Trio (Z833),
- ZTE Blade Z Max (Z982),
- ZTE Obsidian (Z820),
- ZTE Zmax Pro (Z981).
It’s very important to order the unlock service of your Cell Phone using the correct service.
How to apply a “Mobile Device Unlock”
- From that Application list, tap Device Unlock.
- Tap Continue.
- Choose the desired device unlock type: Permanent Unlock
- If successful, restart the device to apply the settings.
Note: If you do not restart the device, you will have a persistent alert in the notification tray.
Troubleshooting “Mobile Device Unlock” app
- Check that you have an active data connection.
- Clear the application cache.
- Check that the device memory is properly managed.
- Restart the device and try again.
If you receive an error, review the following table for troubleshooting:
||Information / Troubleshooting
|Device not recognized by your service provider. Please call customer care.
- Rooting your device will disable the unlock application
- Download the latest T-Mobile or MetroPCS software to continue
|Data corrupted during transfer. Please try again.Error during data transfer. Please try again.
- Ensure the device has stable mobile signal
- Restart the device and try again
|Server not responding. Please try again later.
- No response is received from the server
- Try using an alternate internet connection
|Failure in processing the request. Please reboot device and try again.
- Ensure that your device has sufficient memory
- Restart the device and try again
|Unlock Failed: Unlock Approved : Mobile Device is permanently unlocked
- Solution 1: Perform a hard reset and attempt a second unlock.
- Solution 2: Perform 2 consecutive hard reset without attempting the unlock and once the second hard reset has been performed attempt the unlock again.
- Make sure phone has latest Android version available for that device.
|No internet connection available. Please try again when internet connection is available.
- No internet connection is available:
- Device is not connected to 3G/4G LTE.
- A non-compatible SIM card is being used,
|Unable to connect to the server at this time. Please try back again later.
- Update the app using the Play Store
- Attempt the unlock using the mobile network.
|Unlock Failed: This mobile wireless device is not eligible for unlock. For Device Unlock eligibility details, please go online or contact Customer Care.
- The device is not eligible for unlock. (Order the Unlock Service from UnlockBase)
|Unlock Failed : System maintenance error, try again later.
- System Maintenance is currently underway
- Wait and try again later
|Failure in applying the unlock settings. Please try again.
- The device must be connected to the mobile network (including domestic and international roaming)
- Disconnect from Wi-Fi and try again.
- Make sure you use the original Stock ROM (no custom Firmware like CyanogenMod, or Unbranded ROM).
- Make sure you’re using the latest version of Firmware for your Cell Phone.
- Finally (after upgrade) perform a Hard Reset on your Cell Phone.
- Turn off 3G/LTE and force the use of a local WiFi Hotspot.
- Make sure you use home Wifi (and not a public/company WiFi since they might limit somehow your internet usage).
Select one of these two services below to unlock with “Mobile Device Unlock“
Even on a quiet day here at UnlockBase we receive around 600 emails asking a wide variety of questions about the many aspects of unlocking cellphones. A question that has been asked a lot lately is what is the difference between Android FRP Lock and Samsung Reactivation Lock? Well, many of the most recent Android Phones including models from Samsung, HTC, and Sony can become stuck on activation screen requesting for your ID and password, while others are requesting your Google Account. Samsung phones will ask for a Reactivation Lock ID & password, so that people can be identified along the same lines as apple iCloud Lock. To clarify things, here we provide detailed information on the difference between the two.
What is Factory Reset Protection (FRP) Lock ?
Android Factory Reset Protection (FRP) is a new feature designed to protect your device. It has been added to several Samsung devices that are running Android OS 5.1 or higher.
This feature enables you to set up your device to prevent other people from using it in the event that it has been reset to factory settings without your permission. For example, if your device is lost, stolen, flashed, or wiped, only someone with your Google account or screen lock information can perform a factory data reset and use the device.
When a device is factory reset, the device will not be able to be setup without the user entering the Google Account associated with the device (for hard reset) or screen lock information (for reset in Settings menu). It’s essential that you set up a Google account in order to use the FRP feature. It is also highly recommended that you set a secure screen lock on your device.
What is Reactivation lock and how do I use it on my Samsung?
Similar to FRP, Reactivation lock lets you use your Samsung account to prevent others from activating your device if ever it is lost or stolen. With Reactivation lock turned on, you will be required to enter your Samsung account credentials (sCloud) prior to performing a factory reset on the device, so your Samsung account login should be something you can easily remember.
For more information about this, please check https://findmymobile.samsung.com/help/startupDeviceUse.do
Every week, no, make that every day, at UnlockBase, we get customers writing in with a variety of problems relating to any number of different cellphones. In this article we look at a problem that occurs most often with Samsung phones but can apply to other Android phones in general. First, to acquaint you with the problem, here is a typical customer complaint:
“We kept getting the ‘Not registered on Network’ message when trying to make calls. Many times the network connection was lost for a while. Then we realized by trying to make a call that for a period of time people were unable to get a hold of us or send text messages. We tried everything to try to resolve the issue, and ultimately we replaced our phones with another Samsung Galaxy S5. Guess what, the issue is still there and we still get ‘Not registered on network’ errors. Is this an Android issue or an Android issue? It’s no surprise that Google said that it’s a T-Mobile issue and not an Android issue. Please help!”
The ‘not registered on network’ error
This annoying problem is often found in Samsung Galaxy devices, particularly when users update their Galaxy phone to the latest Android version and something went wrong. Please take note of the following models:
- Galaxy S7 Edge
- Galaxy S7
- Galaxy S6 Edge
- Galaxy S6
- Galaxy S5
- Galaxy S4
- Galaxy S3
- Galaxy Note 5
- Galaxy Note 4
- Galaxy Note 3
- Galaxy Note 2
Their device is unable to detect the network and up comes the “Not Registered on Network” message. This occurs because after getting an update, your device IMEI number is changed to “SN 0000″ and it shows that your device SN number has been broken and need to be fixed.
Another reason is when you try to use the SIM Card from a new Network Provider and your Samsung fails to keep up when you’re trying to switch networks and needs a little help from you involving manually providing the new APN settings / Networks name in order to fix it.
In this situation the ‘Not registered on network’ error will show itself when you attempt to make a call or text. This occurs because your Service Provider is simply not notified of your IMEI number so on the screen you will see “Not registered on Network“. They even have the cheek to supply an OK button for you to press which does nothing to solve your problem at all! Frustrating, but don’t worry, we can solve this issue. First you should be aware that your phone is already unlocked. It’s not the case that you have to unlock your device in order to remove the ‘Not registered on Network’ error.
However, another reason for this error is if unfortunately your device has been Blacklisted, and by that we mean if your phone is reported as “Lost” or “Stolen” in the national blacklist database in your country. In this situation you have no choice but to take the following steps :
- Go to the police and report the scam,
- Try to get your money back from the seller,
- Change the IMEI of your Phone (which is illegal),
- Sell your cellphone overseas.
For everybody else here are the four ways to fix this problem and finally have use of your Cell Phone.
How to Fix ‘Not Registered on Network’ – The Solutions
Here we provide several methods to help you overcome this issue, one of them should work for you.
Method #1 – Manually select your new Network Provider:
- Go to Settings.
- Then go to Wireless and networks.
- Tap Mobile Networks (If not found then tap first ‘More settings’).
- Now tap Networks operators.
- After you have completed searching select your Network Operator (Like AirTel, T-Mobile, Vodafone, O2, EE, Lycamobile, MetroPCS, Family Mobile, etc.).
That’s it, problem solved.
Updated Fix: In Mobile Networks, set Network mode as WCDMA only and restart your phone.
Method #2 – Root your device and Install a Patch:
- Root your Galaxy device.
- Download from Google Play and install “Busy Box” on your device.
- Download this “Ariza patch” and install it on your Galaxy device.
- Now, open the app from the app drawer.
- Just click on the button saying “PATCH” and it’s done.
Method # 3 – Update your Device and Samsung Account Software (Make sure you are connected to a wireless connection) :
- Get Your Galaxy Up and Running. Charged and ready.
- Place Your SIM Card In Phone.
- Navigate to Settings of your Phone.
- Scroll Down To the Extreme bottom.
- Select Software Update.
- Wait for the cellphone to reboot and complete update.
Method # 4 – Remove and Insert SIM:
- Turn off your phone by holding both the Power Button and Home together.
- While the phone is off, wait for 2 minutes.
- After 2 minutes remove the battery and the sim card from the phone.
- Press the Power button and the Home button together 10 consecutive times.
- Next, hold the power and home key for 1-3 minutes.
- Now insert your Sim card and battery.
- Turn on your Samsung Galaxy.
- With your phone on, remove then re-insert your sim card 5 times.
Still confused? Watch this easy to understand videos for a better insight into how to resolve this issue easily.