‘Samsung’ Archive

Top 3 Tips and Tricks to Master Your Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus : COVER

 

What are the most useful features of Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus?

  1. Iris scanner
  2. Edge Panels
  3. Always-On Display

 

Before, the most problem you can get from a Samsung smartphone is not being able to reach a network, thus, requiring a SIM network unlock PIN. Today, people tend to get lost with the various features and settings that the brand’s flagship smartphones – like Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus – contain.

In the first place, technology is complicated itself. However, we can’t deny the fact that it truly helps us in our daily needs. So, here are a few tips and tricks you can use to master your new Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus – for you to make out the best of this device’s lavish features!

 

 

Top 3 Tips and Tricks to Master Your Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus : Unlock Your Phone via Your Irises

Unlock your phone via your Irises (and add a cartoonish screen mask!)

You may have already heard about this, but indeed it is one great news. Samsung S8 and S8 Plus are introducing us to the iris biometric unlocking feature! The iris scanner is actually a default setting for unlocking the device, however, there’s a twist that you should know – the screen mask. If you are a great fan of Snapchat’s wonderful goofy masks, you will definitely love unlocking your phone with the Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus. To go around the setting, you need to:

 

Navigate the Settings > Lock screen and security > Iris Scanner > Preview screen mask

 

From there, select the mask and you will be provided with options of cartoonish masks to choose from.

It’s fun, isn’t it? Plus, the speed of the iris scanner is notably fast compared to the fingerprint option. However, it should also be noted that wearing sunglasses or fancy contact lenses would not work with the iris scanner.

 

 

Top 3 Tips and Tricks to Master Your Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus : Customizing Your Edge Panels

Customizing your Edge Panels

Along with the Galaxy duo’s applauded biometric features is its customizable Edge Panels. It is useful especially for quick access to specific apps, messaging people, and keeping up with your tasks. To enable or disable this feature, you may:

 

Go to Settings > Edge screen > Edge panels > Select ON or OFF

 

From the Edge panels tab, you will also see three different options. This is where you technically customize your panels for easy access. These includes the App Edge, the People Edge, and the Tasks Edge.

  • App Edge – this panel lets you select your top 10 go-to apps
  • People Edge – this panel lets you pick 5 important contacts
  • Tasks Edge – this panel lets you choose 10 shortcuts for your tasks

After customizing the content of your panels, you also have the liberty to personalize the look of your Edge panels by proceeding to:

 

Settings > Edge screen > Edge panels > Edge panel handle settings

 

From there, you may choose the placement of your panel (whether it’s on the left or right side), its size, opacity, and its position.

 

 

Top 3 Tips and Tricks to Master Your Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus : Using the Always-On Display feature

Using the Always-On Display feature

If you are the type of user who uses a phone for business, you will definitely find the Always-On display feature handy. This feature keeps your phone dimly lit despite it being switched off. From the screen, you will be able to view alerts for SMS, missed calls, and other information that you may find useful. The default display includes the time. However, if you wish to customize it according to your preference, you may:

 

Settings > Display and Wallpaper > Always On Display

 

From there, you may choose which content you prefer to appear in the display – whether it’s the Clock, Image, or the Calendar. You can also choose to replace the theme by doing the following steps:

 

Settings > Themes

 

Moreover, you can also choose to disable or enable the feature from the Always On Display settings.

 

Key Takeaway

There you go! These features may only look complicated at first, but they are worth the experimentation. With this, you will definitely have your phone back you up with your daily tasks in guaranteed convenience.

4 Ways to Fix Not Registered on a Network

Not Registered on Network is an error that hinders you to make phone calls or any other network related phone functions and it is commonly experienced with Samsung Galaxy line of smart devices. This error is caused by 3 major reasons:

  1. Your phone is not detecting or recognizing your SIM card.
  2. Your phone was not properly set up.
  3. Your phone’s software has bug issues.

 

Most commonly affected devices are:

 

Commonly occurring on the following Network Providers:

Nonetheless, we figured a way around this issue and here are 4 clever ways to get it solved.

Remove and Insert SIM

It’s better to start with the physical connections first when troubleshooting your phone, so don’t skip this part! Your phone’s sim card slot must be getting loose so, try to remove and insert your SIM card again because that might just solve this trifling issue.

  1. Turn OFF your phone by holding both the Power Button and Home together.
  2. While the phone is off, wait for 2 minutes.
  3. After 2 minutes remove the battery and the sim card from the phone.
  4. Press the Power button and the Home button together 10 consecutive times.
  5. Next, hold the power and home key for 1-3 minutes.
  6. Now insert your SIM card and battery.
  7. Turn ON your phone.
  8. With your phone on, remove then re-insert your SIM card 5 times.

 

If you think the SIM card slot is too loose for you to fit in a paper, etc you can try, just make sure you don’t break it.

 

Manually Selecting Network Provider

If you just had your cell phone network unlocked, your new network provider probably has not detected your IMEI on their network, so you have to manually choose or set it up on your phone’s settings. On other phones, it is labeled APN (Access Point Name) and you can choose to search or manually enter your network’s name.

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Then go to Wireless and Networks.
  3. Tap Mobile Networks (If not found then tap first ‘More settings’).
  4. Now tap Network Operators.
  5. After you have completed searching select your Network Operator.

 

Update Software

Sometimes software bugs cause network issues and a simple software update gets the job done. Just make sure you are connected to a strong and reliable WIFI connection. Also, make sure your phone has enough battery to do the update, it’s advisable to have it 100% charged for the software update, as this sometimes eat up all of your battery’s power.

  1. Get your phone Up and Running. Charged and ready.
  2. Place your SIM Card In Phone.
  3. Navigate to Settings of your Phone.
  4. Scroll down to the extreme bottom.
  5. Select Software Update.
  6. Wait for the cell phone to reboot and complete update.

 

Root Your Device, Install A Patch

Ok, so we reckon this is the last, if not the least of all the options because it might void the warranty of your phone.

So, what do we mean when we say “root a device?”

Rooting a device is like getting an access to your phone’s operating system code, hence the word “root.” Now, for sure they don’t want you to play with this thing so, we do not really encourage doing this unless you’ve no choice, but if you’re already out of warranty, you can do it anyway.

  1. Root your mobile device.
  2. Download from Google Play and install “Busy Box” on your device.
  3. Download this “Ariza patch” and install it on your mobile device.
  4. Now, open the app from the app drawer.
  5. Just click on the button saying “PATCH” and it’s done.

 

There you have it, folks. You can also check this article for a more in-depth discussion about this topic.

What’s New with Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Here’s What We Know Cover Photo

 

How much do we know about Samsung Galaxy Note 8?

  1. The official announcement about the newest flagship phablet will be on August 23, while the release may be on September 15 for a few countries, and on October for most regions.
  2. It is expected that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will inherit the iris scanner, the water and dust resistant feature that’s rated IP68, the wireless, fast charging via USB-C, and an improved Bixby AI.
  3. For upgrades, the newest Note unit may be expected to include a 4K screen, dual lens camera, 3,300mAh, a 64GB internal storage, an Exynos 8895 chipset along with a 6GB of RAM, and an upgraded S Pen.

 

It’s been a while since the grand launch of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus in the market. Naturally, people are anticipating the company’s official announcement when Note 8 is going to be released.

Truly, it would mark another era in the Note series, and people planning to purchase it will definitely go for the option to unlock their phone. For those who want to learn more about this phone, here are some details we know so far:

 

What’s New with Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Here’s What We Know: When is the official release?

When is the official release?

As per TechRadar’s current update, Samsung is going to be releasing more news on their newest flagship phablet on August 23. Many sources are saying that there is a high possibility for the company to release Note 8 on September 15 in the market. However, they also noted that some countries will have to wait until October before getting the said phone.

Among the first few countries that will get the newest Note 8 are the US, Australia, and the UK.

 

What’s New with Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Here’s What We Know: How will it look like?

How will it look like?

A variety of leaks have been appearing online, and while these are mainly rumors – a number of individuals are acknowledging that there is some truth in them. Hence, they believe that the leaks could be showing how Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 will look like.

 

What’s New with Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Here’s What We Know: Display and Design

Display and Design

Samsung is particularly known for its high-quality display. With the recent leaks showcasing the unit’s display, it was found that consumers will not only be looking forward to the usual infinity display that is common among the latest Samsung units. Rather, a pixel-dense 4K screen, measuring up to 6.3 inches and is equipped with a Super AMOLED display capable of a 1440 by 2960p resolution – which will perfectly make a great viewing experience for consumers.

With regards to Note 8’s possible design, some renders have shown a large, glass-metal molded unit with Samsung’s signature bezel-free, infinity display. It also showed a dual-lens camera and the LED flash beside the fingerprint sensor on the rear panel. While these renders may seem like mere rumors, it’s confirmed that the new Note 8 will include a dual-lens camera.

 

What’s New with Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Here’s What We Know: Camera

Camera

With the current trend of dual-lens camera technology, it’s possible that Samsung will integrate it in Note 8. As far as Samsung is considered, some leaks showed that the newest Note unit will have a 12MP wide-angle lens along with a 13-MP telephoto to pair it with. Through this combination, a 3x optical zoom may be expected from the camera’s capability in capturing vivid, high-resolution images.

However, some leaks also showed that the Note 8 will be featuring two 12MP camera lenses, wherein the other is a f/2.4 aperture telephoto that is capable of 2x optical zoom.

Whichever it may be, analysts and consumers alike are expecting the Samsung to integrate a dual lens camera on its newest Note unit.

 

What’s New with Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Here’s What We Know: Power and Battery

Power and Battery

Battery is a sensitive subject for Samsung, given the Galaxy Note 7’s previous issue. While it may be tempting to jump on along with ASUS’s recent battery upgrade of 5,000mAh – it may be better for the South Korean brand to play it safe.

According to leaks, the new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be powered up by 3,300mAh battery capacity. Indeed, this is an adequate battery capacity that consumers can be satisfied about.

Furthermore, an Exynos 8895 chipset may be expected from the Note 8 along with a 6GB of RAM. Though the size is pretty much too good to be true, an infinity display deserves a good amount of RAM for multitasking purposes.

 

What’s New with Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Here’s What We Know: Software and Memory

Software and Memory

Consumers may expect Note 8 to run in Android 7.1.1 Nougat along with the upgraded Samsung software, the Samsung Experience (formerly known as TouchWiz).

More so, the Note 8 is also expected to feature a 64GB internal storage. It is also equipped with a microSD card slot.

 

What’s New with Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Here’s What We Know: Special Features

Special Features

Ready to get more excited? Well, for the special features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, it’s believed that there’s a lot to look forward to, especially with the integration of Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus’s fingerprint scanner. Though this time, it will be farther away from the camera so that you won’t smudge it in case you miss the scanner.

With the signature S Pen of Note units, the Note 8 has been rumored to come in with a built-in speaker, though the purpose of the said feature is yet to be concluded.

Moving forward, it is said that the new Note unit will be inheriting the iris scanner from Note 7, the water and dust resistant feature that’s rated IP68, the wireless, fast charging via USB-C, and an improved Bixby AI.

 

Key Takeaway

With how these leaks and rumors are going, there’s definitely a lot to look forward to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8. Just be sure to get ready your pockets because all those upgrades will sure cost quite a sum.

Unlock Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime

 

It is without a doubt that Samsung has released another unit to continue their Galaxy J series. With Samsung Galaxy J3’s success, the opportunity to make another bigger and better unit is undeniable – hence, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime. For some, J7 may look a bit like Galaxy S7, however, the unit has its own features to flaunt which users would definitely love – yet again.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime Design

 

Design

With its launch last September 2016, Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime has definitely made a good impression with its undeniably great design that is oozing with elegance. As some would say, it indeed looked like that of Galaxy S7 only that it had a more square-shaped body. The unit is boasting a good 5.5 inch full HD TFT display with a 1920×1080 resolution and is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 4 further proving Samsung’s capability in producing quality display panels. Its overall slim metallic body isn’t everything as the unit also features smooth curved edges that make the phone comfortable to use.

Moreover, the buttons are well within reach, where the volume rocker is placed on the left and the power button on the right – hence, no need to worry about its size. Surprisingly, the top spot of the device was left blank, while the bottom sported the micro-USB, microphone, and 3.5mm headphone jack. Furthermore, the micro SD and SIM card slots were moved to the left side along with the volume rocker, whereby the micro SD capacity extends to a maximum of 256GB storage for users to enjoy.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime Camera

 

Camera

Samsung indeed gave J7 Prime the premium feel as the camera’s flushed to the panel perfectly displaying the ultra slim body that the unit offers. Furthermore, the camera remains of quality as J7 Prime ensures its users a 13MP rear camera that is equipped with an f/1.9 aperture to capture great photos regardless of the low-light setting and an 8-MP front camera that is also equipped with an f/1.9 aperture for better, brighter selfies. Additionally, the camera’s capable of shooting 1080-pixel videos which make it more appealing to users and soon-to-be Samsung customers.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime Connectivity and Network Performance

 

Connectivity and Network Performance

With MetroPCS as its carrier, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime is capable of a blazing fast LTE connection allowing more downloads and uploads. It also comes with great connectivity protocols including Wi-Fi 802.11, Bluetooth 4.1, A-GPS with GLONASS, and NFC making it possible to users to pay via their phones. In addition, to make it possible for users to share files from their phone to their laptops or personal computers, the device allows a USB OTG connection.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime Power and Battery

 

Power and Battery

Powered by an Exynos 7870 chipset that is clocked at 1.6 GHz and a 3GB of RAM as its company – the J7 Prime works like a boss. Multitasking wise, the device performs beyond what it is expected. Navigating was smooth, hence, apps are launched easily without any hiccups. Furthermore, Samsung gave away a 3300 mAh further allowing users to enjoy watching movies, listening to music, and of course, keeping in the game without interruptions. Definitely, this device will get you through the day smoothly with its astounding battery life.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime Software and Memory

 

Software and Memory

The J7 Prime runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow along with the usual Samsung’s custom layer which is the TouchWiz UI which users are already familiar of. In addition, the device has a built-in 32GB internal storage and allows you to extend the storage to a maximum of 256GB via a micro SD slot.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime Features

 

What’s New with Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime

Moving on to the fun part, what does the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime has to offer? For starters, the J7 Prime was a definite upgrade from its siblings. With its premium design that is oozing with elegance – from the ultra slim body that does not let bumps get in the way, the enlarged screen that allows optimal viewing, and the smooth curved edges – makes it more comfortable to hold. Furthermore, J7 Prime flaunts its 13MP main camera that is armed with a F1.9 lens to help users capture better, brighter, and crispier photos regardless of a low-light setting. Additionally, the device also features a Wide Selfie function on its 8MP front camera allowing users to capture great groupies and beautiful selfie backgrounds with the use of your palm.

Want more? The J7 Prime also comes with a fingerprint scanner for a faster, and more secure accessing of your own device!

 

Unlock Your Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime with UnlockBase

Getting a Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime may not be enough, especially if you need to use a different network when travelling. But don’t worry – UnlockBase is here to help. With its reputation in the unlocking industry, unlocking your device will definitely be easier, faster, and safer. We work our service through the Device Unlock APP which allows users to request and apply for unlocking right on their device – no more manual codes needed. Why take the service? We have been working on a wide range of phone brands and units and we are the leading unlocking service over the web. Try it for yourself!

Unlock Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime

If you’ve been a loyal customer of Samsung, you’d know very well how they work on their products. They have been among the fastest producers of smartphones as of today, and undeniably a trusted brand for quality products. Continuing their Galaxy series, Samsung has released the grand and prime unit to watch out for – the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime.

 

Design

Samsung has launched Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime on September 2014. Recognizably a Galaxy unit, the handset displays a simple yet professional design, which casual users probably loved about the series’ lineup. Being budget-friendly, it appears to be made out of plastic, where the rear cover could be removed to gain access to the battery, microSD, and SIM card slots. Along with this, the unit also features the same ports and buttons that most Galaxy units have, and of course, the home button framed with metallic border, the capacitive recent apps, and the back buttons.

Even with a 5-inch 540×960 TFT display, the unit still delivers a good, normal viewing distance. Likewise, it offers a handy overall design measuring up to 5.70 by 2.84 by 0.34 inches, and weighing 5.5 ounces given that it is made of plastic. Truly, this unit is fit for casual everyday use.

 

Camera

Given Samsung’s reputation when it comes to camera specs, one can expect that Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime offers a natural, auto focus 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera. Like the royal units offered by the brand, this handset comes with a camera experience that satisfies its aimed users. Of course, it also offers a high definition video recording quality largely at 1080p.

 

Connectivity and Network Performance

Connectivity isn’t much of an issue here, because Samsung does not want to disappoint. With MetroPCS as its carrier, the unit offers a blazing fast 4G LTE connection, even speeding up to 42Mbps at maximum. In addition to this, the phone also comes with impressive connectivity features such as Bluetooth 4.1, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, a GPS with GLONASS, and of course, NFC – making tap-and-go payments possible for users.

 

Power and Battery

Designed with a quad-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 (64-bit) and 1GB RAM while sporting a 2600mAh battery, the handset can be capable for daily usage. Also, it runs with an Adreno 360 GPU, which is considerable for basic games.

 

Software and Memory

True to the fact that this phone’s favorably for casual users, it comes with an 8GB internal storage and a microSD slot that’s good for up to 64GB. And what better way to enjoy this handy phone than through Samsung’s signature TouchWiz UI experience, which is undeniably impressive for an affordable smartphone like it is.

Additionally, it is running on an Android 5.1.1 Lollipop version, which adds to the excitement of the handset’s user experience.

 

What’s New with Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime

The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime flaunts a 5MP wide-angle front camera, specially designed to capture “groupfies,” and a good 8MP rear camera with LED flash that works best for photo enthusiasts out there.

What may be the aim of the company for this above-the-price unit? Well, our theory is that, Samsung wanted to focus on group selfies that most people would love to capture conveniently – and of course, shoot videos of the moments people would want to cherish along with their loved ones through its 1080 video recording without spending too much.

 

Unlock Your Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime with UnlockBase

It wouldn’t be especially convenient to use a Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime when you can’t access your preferred network on your unit. Our solution? Try our unlocking service. With our reputation in the unlocking industry, you’ll definitely find an easy service from our Device Unlock APP. From there, you’ll just request and apply for device unlocking (directly from your phone!) – without any manual codes needed. Plus, it comes with a huge database of different smartphone brands and units.

Great Phones We Unlock: Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime (SM-J327T) and (SM-J327T1)

Budget versions of higher priced phones are proving incredibly popular with many phone fans willing to sacrifice a little less performance for a significantly lower price. With this in mind, Samsung has released the budget minded Galaxy J3 Prime, and while you have to accept it’s not going to be top of the range, it’s certainly a lot of phone for the money. This Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime was launched just last month, April 2017, and comes with a 5.00-inch HD touchscreen display with a resolution of 720 pixels by 1280 pixels.

An ideal economy choice, the phone measures 139.70 x 69.85 x 8.89 (height x width x thickness) and weighs 148.00 grams. The Galaxy J3 Prime is powered by a 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos 7570 processor and it comes with 1.5GB of RAM. It also has a removable battery, which can be extremely useful in the event the phone stalls or the battery needs replacing. It runs the latest version of Android, Android 7.0 (Nougat), and has 16GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card. As for cameras, the Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime has a 5-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 2-megapixel selfie shooter on the front. The streamlined layout of Easy Mode enables you to find everything quickly and, as the name suggests, easily.

The Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime is a single SIM (GSM). Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, 3G and 4G. Sensors on the phone include Proximity sensor, Accelerometer and an Ambient light sensor.

Samsung describes the phone as doing everything you love and yet it still fits your pocket. That’s because it’s slightly smaller than the 5.5-inch screen phones, and, of course, is set a budget price.

Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime (SM-J327T1) from MetroPCS USA

MetroPCS offers a highly competitive walk-in, cash down offer for the Galaxy Prime J3 at a one-off purchase price of just $69.00.

Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime (SM-J327T) from T-Mobile USA

T-Mobile offers the phone for $150, along with a package that includes a SIM Starter kit $10 and a $50 Prepaid Refill Card, these extras boost the package to $210.

The J3’s size, capability and low cost could make it the perfect travel phone.

Unlock the Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime with Unlockbase

If you prefer another service provider or you have found a better SIM deal, UnlockBase can instantly and economically unlock your Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime for you with the “Device Unlock” APP  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 “Device Unlock” APP it’s totally useless to order an unlock code. Unlockbase is the longest establish and the web’s largest online remote cellphone unlock service. We stand ready and able to unlock the widest database of cellphones from a vast list of global service providers, 24/7.

Great Phones We Unlock: Samsung Galaxy S8 (SM-G950) and S8 Plus (SM-G955T)

Imagine a phone with a whole world inside it. It opens when it sees your face, learns from you and erases barriers between you and the world on an expansive, beautiful Infinity Screen.

The new Samsung Galaxy S8 (SM-G950T) and S8 Plus (SM-G955T) brings with it a raft of cutting edge new ideas and features designed to help you live life the way you want to live it. The Galaxy S8 expansive display stretches from edge to edge, giving you the most amount of screen in the least amount of space.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is the bigger brother of the Samsung Galaxy S8. The S8 is a 5.8-inch phone while the S8 Plus is a sizeable 6.2 inches. They both feature a new design in which the “infinity display” wraps around the device, meaning that the large screen takes up almost all the front of the phone.

The new larger screen is a real turning point in flagship phone design and should usher in the end of large bezels, and the camera and slick performance work brilliantly at fingertip control. These new models may command a premium price, but make no mistake: they are truly premium phones. The screen is the clearest, sharpest offering from Samsung yet and delivers superior color reproduction to make movie watching a near cinematic experience.

Introducing Bixby

When you press the new Bixby button to access the Bixby Home screen, it learns from your routine to serve up the right apps and content at the right time, and makes it easy to ask Bixby a question or make a command. You can use Bixby, Samsung’s new intelligent interface for all sorts of daily needs including as a reminder to keep track of your to-do list, to pick up milk on the way home, or even keep track of your place in an article online.

For enhanced security, both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are equipped with the latest in iris scanning and face recognition for unlocking your phone right away. There’s also defense-grade security that stands guard around the clock.

Better camera

As for one of the most popular devices of all on any Samsung Galaxy, the 12MP Dual Pixel Rear Camera still takes amazing photos in low light, but now comes with an enhanced 8MP front-facing camera so you can take even better, clearer selfies.

Then there is Bixby Vision. It’s built into your camera to give you a deeper understanding of what you’re looking at. For example, you can focus on an object through your viewfinder, tap the Bixby Vision icon, and instantly launch into an intelligent mode to identify landmarks or translate foreign languages just by pointing the camera at the message you want to interpret. Or you can take a picture of an item you want to buy, and find the best place to buy it.

Better control

In addition to all this, the new Samsung S8 and S8 Plus keeps track of every area of your daily activity.

Samsung Health enables you to monitor everything from your steps each day to sleep to nutrition, live chat with a doctor and stay motivated with notifications.

Samsung Pay lets you carry all your cards on your devices so you can pay in-person or in-app. Plus get extra rewards for the same purchases you make every day.

Samsung Connect lets you control hundreds of devices and appliances, whether you’re at home or out and about.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is available at MetroPCS for $729 or for $750 from T-Mobile, T-Mobile also offers monthly contract terms of $30 per month over 24 months.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus from MetroPCS is $835 and $850 from T-Mobile, T-Mobile also offers monthly contract terms of $130 down plus $30 per month over 24 months.

Unlock your Samsung Galaxy 8 and 8 Plus with UnlockBase

If you don’t want to be tied down to a contract, UnlockBase can instantly and economically unlock your Samsung 8 or 8 Plus for you with the “Device Unlock” App 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.

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Today we released a new update of our unique UnlockBase Cell Phone Unlock Software that added a massive list of new supported model of Samsung as well as a totally new Brand supported: now you can Direct Unlock using Original USB Cable most of the latest LG Cell Phone. Finally we fixed a minor bug by removing the UnlockBase logo Icon of the Unbraded Software, so now it’s 100% Brand Free for all our reseller.

List of new Supported Samsung Cell Phone:

Samsung GT-I9060C, GT-S5280, GT-S5282, GT-S5310C
Samsung GT-S5310I, GT-S5310M , GT-S5312C, GT-S5312M
Samsung GT-S6818, GT-S6818V, GT-S7262, GT-S7278, GT-S7278U
Samsung GT-S7898, GT-S7898I, SM-G110B, SM-G110BU, SM-G110H
Samsung SM-G110M, SM-G130BT, SM-G130E, SM-G130H, SM-G130M
Samsung SM-G130U, SM-G310A, SM-G313H, SM-G313HZ, SM-G313ML
Samsung SM-G313U, SM-G316HU, SM-G316M, SM-G316ML, SM-G316MY
Samsung SM-G316U, SM-G318HZ, SM-G318ML, SM-G318MZ, SM-G3508
Samsung SM-G3508I, SM-G350E, SM-G355H, SM-G355HQ, SM-G355M
Samsung SM-G360H, SM-G360HU, SM-G361H, SM-G361HU, SM-G531BT
Samsung SM-G531H, SM-G903F, SM-J100ML, SM-J105B, SM-J105F
Samsung SM-J105H, SM-J110H, SM-J110L, SM-J111F, SM-J200H
Samsung SM-J210, SM-J230H, SM-J320H, SM-J510, SM-T113,
Samsung SM-T113NU, SM-T116, SM-T116BU, SM-T116NQ, SM-T116NU
Samsung SM-T116NY, SM-T280, SM-T285, SM-T560, SM-T561
Samsung SM-T561M, SM-T561Y, SM-T562, SM-Z130H, SM-Z300H

List of LG Cell Phone supported for Direct Unlock:

LG AKA 4G LTE F520K, AKA 4G LTE F520L, AKA 4G LTE F520S,
LG AKA 4G LTE H788, AKA 4G LTE H788N, AKA 4G LTE H788SG,
LG AKA 4G LTE H788TR, AKA 4G TD-LTE H778, AKA 4G TD-LTE H779,
LG Escape 2 H443, Escape 2 H445, Escape P870, Escape P870H,
LG Escape P870P, F60 D390, F60 D390AR, F60 D390N, F60 D390NS,
LG F60 MetroPCS MS395, F70 D315, F70 D315H, F70 D315I,
LG F70 D315K, F70 D315S, G Flex 2 H955, G Flex 2 H955A,
LG G Flex 2 H955AR, G Flex 2 H955HK, G Flex 2 H955P,
LG G Flex 2 H955TR, G Flex 2 H959, G Flex D950, G Flex D950G,
LG G Flex D950P, G Flex D950W, G Flex D951, G Flex D955,
LG G Flex D956, G Flex D957, G Flex D958, G Flex D959,
LG G Flex D959BK, G Flex D959TS, G Pad 2 V497, G Pad 7.0 LTE V410,
LG G Pad 8.0 4G LTE V490, G Pad F 8.0 V495, G Pad F 8.0 V496,
LG G Pro 2 D837, G Pro 2 D838, G Pro 2 LTE-A D830, G Pro 2 LTE-A F350K,
LG G Pro 2 LTE-A F350L, G Pro 2 LTE-A F350S, G Stylo H634, G Stylo H636,
LG G Vista D631, G2 3G D806, G2 4G LTE D805, G2 D800, G2 D800P, G2 D800T,
LG G2 D801, G2 D801BK, G2 D801HW, G2 D801Z, G2 D802, G2 D802T, G2 D802TA,
LG G2 D802TR, G2 D803, G2 L-01F L01F, G2 Lite Dual D295, G2 LTE-A F320K,
LG G2 LTE-A F320L, G2 LTE-A F320S, G2 Mini 3G D610, G2 Mini 3G D610AR,
LG G2 Mini D620FR, G2 Mini D620K, G2 Mini D620R, G2 Mini Dual D618,
LG G2 Mini LTE Dual D620, G3 Beat D722AR, G3 Beat D722P, G3 Beat D722PA,
LG G3 Beat D723, G3 Beat D723TR, G3 Beat Dual TD-LTE D728, G3 Beat Dual TD-LTE D729,
LG G3 Beat LTE D722J, G3 Beat LTE-A F470K, G3 Beat LTE-A F470L, G3 Beat LTE-A F470S,
LG G3 Beat TD-LTE D722K, G3 Cat.6 F460L, G3 D850, G3 D850PR, G3 D851, G3 D851TN,
LG G3 D851WH, G3 D852, G3 D852G, G3 D855, G3 D855AR, G3 D855K, G3 D855P, G3 D855TR,
LG G3 D855V, G3 Dual D858, G3 Dual LTE D856, G3 Dual LTE D857, G3 Dual LTE D858HK,
LG G3 Dual TD-LTE D859, G3 F460K, G3 F460S, G3 S D722, G3 S D722V, G3 S D724,
LG G3 S D725PR, G3 Vigor 4G LTE D727, G3 Vigor D725, G4 Beat Dual H736,
LG G4 Beat Dual H736P, G4 Beat LTE H735L, G4 Beat LTE H735T, G4 Beat LTE H735TR,
LG G4 Dual H818, G4 Dual H818N, G4 Dual H818P, G4 Dual H818PA, G4 H812, G4 H815,
LG G4 H815AR, G4 H815K, G4 H815L, G4 H815LA, G4 H815P, G4 H815T, G4 H815TR,
LG G4 LTE-A H810, G4 Stylus Dual H630D, G4 Stylus H630, G4 Stylus H630I,
LG G4 Stylus LTE H635, G4 Stylus LTE H635A, G4 Stylus LTE H635AR, G4 Stylus LTE H635C,
LG G4 Stylus LTE H635CX, G4 TD-LTE H819, G4s Dual H734, G4s H735, G4s H735AR,
LG G4s H735MT, G4s H735P, Gx2 F430K, Gx2 F430L, Gx2 F430S, Joy H220, Joy H221,
LG Joy H221F, Joy H221G, Joy H222, Joy H222F, Joy H222G, Joy H222TTV, Joy H222TV,
LG Kite H221AR, L Fino D290, L Fino D290AR, L Fino D290G, L Fino D290J, L Fino D290N,
LG L Fino D290TR, L Fino D295F, L35 D150, L35 Dual D157, L35 Dual D157F, L40 D160,
LG L40 D160F, L40 D160G, L40 D160GO, L40 D160J, L40 D160TR, L40 D165, L40 D165AR,
LG L40 D165F, L40 D165G, L40 Dual D170, L40 Dual D175F, L70 D320, L70 D320AG,
LG L70 D320AR, L70 D320F, L70 D320F8, L70 D320G8, L70 D320J8, L70 D320N, L70 D320TR,
LG L70 D325F, L70 D325F8, L70 D325G8, L70 D329, L70 Dual D325, L70 MS323, L80 D370,
LG L80 D370TR, L80 D373, L80 D373EU, L80 D375AR, L80 Dual D375, L80 Dual D380,
LG L80 Dual D385, L90 D400, L90 D400H, L90 D400HN, L90 D400N, L90 D400TR, L90 D405,
LG L90 D405H, L90 D405N, L90 D405TR, L90 D410H, L90 D410HN, L90 D410N, L90 D415,
LG L90 D415BK, L90 D415RD, L90 DUAL D410, Leon 4G LTE H340, Leon 4G LTE H340AR,
LG Leon 4G LTE H340G, Leon 4G LTE H340H, Leon H342, Leon H342F, Leon H342FT,
LG Leon H342I, Leon LTE H340F, Leon LTE H340N, Leon LTE H340Y, Optimus L65 D280,
LG My Touch E739KWDU, Nexus 4 E960, Nexus 5 LTE D821, Nexus 5 NA TD-LTE D820,
LG Optimus F3 4G LTE MS659, Optimus F3 4G LTE P655H, Optimus F3 P655K, Optimus F3 P659,
LG Optimus F3 P659BK, Optimus F3 P659BKGO, Optimus F5 P875, Optimus F5 P875H,
LG Optimus F6 D500, Optimus F6 D500BK, Optimus F6 D500BKGO1, Optimus F6 D505,
LG Optimus F6 MS500, Optimus G 4G LTE E970, Optimus G 4G LTE E976, Optimus G 4G LTE E977,
LG Optimus G E970P, Optimus G E971, Optimus G E973, Optimus G E975, Optimus G E975G,
LG Optimus G E975K, Optimus G E975R, Optimus G E975T, Optimus G E975W, Optimus G E980P,
LG Optimus G E981H, Optimus G E987, Optimus G F180K, Optimus G F180L, Optimus G F180S,
LG Optimus G Pro 5.5 4G LTE E980, Optimus G Pro 5.5 4G LTE E980H, Optimus G Pro 5.5 4G LTE E988,
LG Optimus G Pro 5.5 E985, Optimus G Pro 5.5 E985T, Optimus G Pro 5.5 E989, Optimus G Pro E986,
LG Optimus G Pro F240K, Optimus G Pro F240L, Optimus G Pro F240S, Optimus L65 D280AR,
LG Optimus L65 D280F, Optimus L65 D280G, Optimus L65 D280N, Optimus L65 D280NR, Optimus L65 D280TR,
LG Optimus L65 D285F, Optimus L65 D285G, Optimus L65 Dual D285, Optimus L70 D321, Optimus L9 D605,
LG Optimus LTE II F160K, Optimus LTE II F160L, Optimus LTE II F160LV, Optimus LTE II F160S,
LG Optimus Vu 2 F200K, Optimus Vu 2 F200L, Optimus Vu 2 F200LS, Optimus Vu 2 F200S, Optimus VU F100L,
LG Optimus VU F100S, Risio LTE H343, Spirit 4G LTE H440, Spirit 4G LTE H440AR, Spirit 4G LTE H440N,
LG Spirit 4G LTE H440V, Spirit 4G LTE H440Y, Spirit LTE Dual H442, Volt 4G Dual H442F

For more details concerning “UnlockBase Exclusive Software” please check:

Software Official FAQ: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/unlockbase-software-faq/
The list of the 1,183 Supported Models: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/supported-models/
ChangeLOG and Software Download: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/change-log-software-download/

You can order a license to unlock one cell phone here: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/
Or for our Professional Customers directly from the “Cable Unlock” section of your UnlockBase Wholesale account

Unlock Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (SM-N930T) from T-Mobile USA

Samsung has skipped Samsung Galaxy Note 6 and gone straight to Galaxy Note 7. It’s described as their kitchen sink phone, as contained within its sleek casing is it comes with everything you could possibly need. It comes with a cool almost bezel-less wraparound 5.7” QHD super screen made of scratchproof Corning Gorilla Glass, and strikes a balance between work and play, enabling users to achieve more than what they thought possible on a smartphone. The phone comes with 64GB of internal memory upgradeable to 256GB.

Key attributes of the Galaxy Note 7

  • The S Pen: With its new 0.7mm smudge-proof silicon tip everything you write, draw, and edit is sharp and to the point. The S Pen also gives users the ability to easily create and share GIF animations with Smart Select, and new Air Command functions, including Magnify and Translate enable users to zoom in on the screen or convert languages by simply hovering.
  • Water repellant: The Galaxy Note 7 repels splashes and dust, and protects against accidental dips in the water of up to five feet for 30 minutes. You can even write when it’s wet with the S Pen.
  • Iris Scanner Security: The new iris scanner means you can keep your most valued items and notes secure with superior protection which is unique to you. With the Galaxy Note 7’s advanced biometric authentication you can opt for fingerprint scanner and iris scanning technology. You can also interchange security options depending on how you use your phone. Taking secure purchasing to another level, the iris recognition technology can also be used to authenticate purchases with Samsung Pay.
  • Cutting edge cameras: The Galaxy Note 7 has a 12MP 2PD Rear-Facing Camera and a 5MP 2PD Front-Facing Camera which are capable of taking pictures even in dull conditions as they have faster autofocus and a lens that lets in 95% of available light.
  • First class entertainment: In addition to the ability to stream HD video in cinema like perspective, by pairing the Galaxy Note 7 with the new Gear VR powered by Oculus, users can experience premium virtual reality almost anywhere. Galaxy Note 7’s Super AMOLED screen and powerful processor delivers a library of apps, photos, games and more to put users at the center of the action.

The T-Mobile deal

Not surprisingly, armed with its handsome new looks, superior functionality and security, it is Samsung’s most expensive phone retailing through T-Mobile at $849.99 if you were to walk in and buy it off the shelf. But if you were to go on contract it can be yours for just $69.99 upfront and $32.50 a month for 24 months. In addition to the phone T-Mobile also tempt you with the choice of a full year of Netflix, a Samsung Gear Fit2, or a 256GB memory card.

Unlock the Galaxy Note 7 today with UnlockBase

The Galaxy Note 7 is Samsung’s top of the line phone, so it makes sense to find the best phone deal to enjoy it. UnlockBase is the web’s leading remote unlock service with the largest database of phones and service providers from around the world.

Even though the Galaxy Note 7 was only launched this month we can still unlock for it you with Device Unlock. It’s 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. Please note that when your phone is locked with “Mobile Device Unlock” it’s totally useless to order an unlock code.

The Android official unlock service for T-Mobile USA is available here:
https://www.unlockbase.com/phone-unlocking-service/tmobile-device-unlock-app-official-unlock/

UnlockBase Software Update v1.2.0.4

After our previous exciting update to Unlock Samsung from Sprint USA, we are pleased to inform you about the release of version v1.2.0.4 of the “UnlockBase Cable Unlock Software”   adding Fast Direct Unlock (Without Root, Knox Safe) for Exynos Shannon chipset Models (see list below). We have also finally released the “Unbranded” version of our exclusive software for all our resellers. Starting today, all the generated licenses will work on the branded and unbranded versions of our software.

List of Samsung Exynos Shannon chipset Models:

  • Samsung SM-G930F, SM-G930K, SM-G930L, SM-G930S, SM-G930W8,
  • Samsung SM-G935F, SM-G935K, SM-G935L, SM-G935S, SM-G935W8,
  • Samsung SM-G920A, SM-G920AZ, SM-G920F, SM-G920I, SM-G920K, SM-G920L, SM-G920S, SM-G920W8,
  • Samsung SM-G925A, SM-G925F, SM-G925I, SM-G925K, SM-G925L, SM-G925S, SM-G925W8,
  • Samsung SM-G928A, SM-G928C, SM-G928G, SM-G928F, SM-G928I, SM-G928K, SM-G928L, SM-G928S,
  • Samsung SM-G928W8, SM-G9287, SM-G9287C,
  • Samsung SM-N920A, SM-N920C, SM-N920F, SM-N920G, SM-N920I, SM-N920K, SM-N920L,
  • Samsung SM-N920S, SM-N920W8, SM-N9208,
  • Samsung SM-J120A, SM-J120AZ, SM-J120F, SM-J120G, SM-J120M, SM-J120FN, SM-J120ZN, SM-J120W,
  • Samsung SM-J320A, SM-J320AZ, SM-J321AZ, SM-J320W8,
  • Samsung SM-A310F, SM-A310M, SM-A310Y, SM-A310N0,
  • Samsung SM-A510F, SM-A510M, SM-A510K, SM-A510L, SM-A510S, SM-A510Y,
  • Samsung SM-A710F, SM-A710M, SM-A710K, SM-A710L, SM-A710S, SM-A710Y,
  • Samsung SM-J200BT, SM-J200F, SM-J200G, SM-J200GU, SM-J200M, SM-J200Y,
  • Samsung SM-J710F, SM-J710K, SM-J710GN, SM-J710MN,
  • Samsung SM-J700F, SM-J700H, SM-J700M,
  • Samsung SM-G903F, SM-G903M, SM-G903W,
  • Samsung SM-A800F, SM-A800I, SM-A800IZ, SM-A800S, SM-A800YZ,
  • Samsung SM-T377A, SM-T377W,
  • Samsung SM-T715, SM-T715C, SM-T715Y, SM-T815, SM-T815C, SM-T815Y, SM-T817, SM-T817W,
  • Samsung SM-N916K, SM-N916L, SM-N916S,
  • Samsung SM-T677A, SM-T677,
  • Samsung SM-G5500, SM-G550FY,
  • Samsung SM-G389F, SM-G890A.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Direct Unlock by Cable Video

For more details concerning “UnlockBase Exclusive Software” please check:

Software Official FAQ: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/unlockbase-software-faq/
The list of the 745 Supported Models: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/supported-models/
ChangeLOG and Software Download: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/change-log-software-download/

You can order a license to unlock one cell phone here: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/
Or for our Professional Customers directly from the “Cable Unlock” section of your UnlockBase Wholesale account.

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