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After entering the PIN Lock Disable Code (PUK) to unlock a locked PIN, a screen appears for you to set a new PIN code. (In some handset models the PIN code is reset to the "0000" default value.)If the wrong PIN Lock Disable Code (PUK) is entered ten times in a row, the docomo UIM Card (FOMA Card) is then completely locked.
Network Unlock codes will not work for CDMA devices and phones with the Device Unlock APP installed and all latest phone models from T-Mobile USA or MetroPCS / Metro by T-Mobile. Please order the T-Mobile / Metro PCS service instead. Please always check if your phone is locked first. To be able to unlock your phone there must be a way to enter the code.
If your phone was previously network unlocked and suddenly after an update or a restore you get the network locked sim card inserted error message it is a fault with the phone's firmware. It has been seen to happen on Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S9, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, and JIO models. If this is the case, restart your phone again and after dismissing this error message a new message should appear. If you get one of the following messages: "SIM NETWORK UNLOCK PIN", " ENTER NETWORK LOCK CONTROL KEY", or "SIM NETWORK PIN BLOCKED. ENTER SIM NETWORK PUK." then you need to enter in your unlocking code again to unlock the device. If you already purchased a code previously for this device then we can provide it again for free.
If you bought an unlocked Samsung in Europe or the United Kingdom and when traveling abroad the "unlocked" cell phone still requests an unlock code, it means that the phone was only unlocked for a specific region (Europe). That means you will need to purchase an unlock service that includes the Regional Unlock code or Region Control Key (RGCK) option that we can provide you with. It is a specific type of sim lock removal for Samsung equipment purchased, especially found in Europe.
The default PIN on the sim card is 1234 or 0000 or the last 4 digits of your phone number. The default PIN code for an AT&T SIM is 1111. However if you enter in the wrong sim card pin 5 to 10 time incorrectly, you sim card will become invalid and you will need to buy a new one. however if your phone asks for a Network PUK then it is referring to a 8 or 16 digit unlock network code which must purchased or obtained from another carrier or a 3rd party sim lock removal service such as canadaunlocking.com
The unlock network code for Samsung phones prior to 2019 is an 8 digit number, This number is calculated based on the IMEI number and is unique for every phone. Many 2019 Models require a 16 digit network unlock code such as the Note 10 and S10 from AT&T. The AT&T 16 digit network unlock code works the same way as the 8 digit code worked previously. Some Samsung models require the defreeze code to be entered first followed by the network code.
Each phone has a unique IMEI number and a unique corresponding unlock code. If you keep entering the code in different phones they will eventually become hard locked after 10 incorrect attempts. If your Samsung phone is blocked enter in the defreeze code first (it will say unsuccessful, then enter in the network code (on the second attempt) it will say successfully unlocked.
1)Switch ON your Samsung with a non-compatible carrier SIM Card,2)Wait for your phone to ask for "SIM Network Unlock PIN" or "Enter Network Lock Control Key",3) First enter your Defreeze code and hit the "Unlock" button. Note: You will get an "Unsuccessful message" but don't worry that's fine when you type the Defreeze code.4 ) Now immediately enter the Network Code (on the second attempt) and hit the "Unlock" button.5) Your phone will say "unlock successful" !
a. Go to the Dial pad and dial *#197328640# b. Please click on number  UMTS >  Debugging screen >  Phone Control >  NETWORK LOCKc. You will see 3 optionsd. Please click on number  Perso Sha256 INFO, the screen will change slightlye. Please hit the MENU button then when the menu pops up please carefully hit BACK to return to the previous screenf. Please click on number  Perso Sha256 ON, the screen will change again to a one-line messageg. Restart the phone on the screen by holding the power button and click RESTARTh. When the phone prompts for the unlock code simply enter the unlock codei. Your phone is now permanently unlocked!
When ordering an unlock code for the Samsung Galaxy S7 / S6 / S6 Edge or S5 Neo, make sure to order from the Samsung ALL levels service as you will SOMETIMES need the DEFREEZE code to unlock these phones.1)Switch ON your Samsung with a non-compatible SIM Card,2)Wait for your phone to ask for "SIM Network Unlock PIN" or "Enter Network Lock Control Key",3) First enter your Defreeze code and hit the "Unlock" button. Note: You will get an "Unsuccessful message" but don't worry that's fine when you type the Defreeze code.4 ) Now immediately enter in the Network Code (on the second attempt) and hit the "Unlock" button.5) - Your phone will say "unlock successful" !
The 8 digit PUK code is referring to the network PUK. PUK stands for Personal Unlock Key. The Network PUK can be obtained from your network carrier or a 3rd party unlocking company such as CanadaUnlocking.com
It is only possible to unlock your device for free by calling your original network carrier. If you meet their requirements the carrier will give it to you for free otherwise they will charge a fee. Often you can get it cheaper at third-party unlock services such as CanadaUnlocking.com. The old days of free online calculators do not work on new security phones since 2012
To get your mobile network unlocked you need to insert the 8 or 16 digit network unlock code. Every device has a unique unlock code based on its IMEI number. You can purchase this code from canadaunlocking.com
if you put a sim card in a locked Android phone then the phone will automatically prompt for a SIM NETWORK UNLOCK PIN. You can purchase this code from canadaunlocking.com If you a put a locked SIM card in an iPhone then it would simply say "sim card not supported"
Yes you can put a SIM card in a locked phone but you will not be able to make or receive phone calls until you have network unlocked the phone. However, you can still use features with a WI-FI connection
On some older models dialing *#7465625# will produce a pop-up message saying network lock ON or OFF. This does not work on most newer phones. The simplest and most reliable way to know if your phone is unlocked is to insert a SIM card from one or more different companies. you can make a phone call with the new sim card it means that your phone is network unlocked, If the phone prompts for a code it means that it is locked to a particular network.
If you get an automatic dialog box prompt saying ENTER SIM NETWORK PUK it means your phone is not unlocked. If no prompt is given then it means the phone is unlocked. On some phones, you can dial *#7465625# and press send. A message on the screen will say Network Lock ON or OFF. If it says OFF it means your phone is unlocked.
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1) The Screen Unlock PIN is basically the 4 or 6 digit pin or an alphanumeric password that you created to unlock access to your screen. Normally you enter this PIN every time you want to use your phone or after a reboot. In the old days, if you forgot your PIN number you can simply reset it using your email address. If you don't have access to