Instructions

Blackberry 10

1. Insert a non-carrier sim card and turn the phone on
2. Go to Settings > Security and Privacy > Sim Card
3. Press “Unlock Network”
4. Enter the 8 or 16 digit code (If 16 digit code gives an error, use the first 8 digits of the 16 digit code)
5. Done.


Blackberry (Older Devices)

1. Navigate to either Options>Advanced Options>Sim Card (older devices) or Options>Device>Advanced System Settings>Sim Card (newer devices)
2. Dial MEPD (you will not see anything appear on screen until fully typed)
3. You will see 5 lines, but will only require unlock codes for those that indicate “Active” (this will usually be Network and/or Service Provider)
4. If you require the Network Code, you require the MEP2 code.
5. Hold ALT and type MEP2.
6. Input code and press Enter
7. Phone will display “Unlock Code Successful”
8. If you require the Service Provide code, you require the MEP4 code.
9. Hold ALT and type MEP4.
10. Input code and press Enter
11. Phone will display “Unlock Code Successful”
12. Done.


iPhone

1. Back up your iPhone on iTunes – just in case.
2. Turn your phone off and insert a non-carrier sim card.
3. Open iTunes and plug phone into computer via USB – the iPhone will automatically power on.
4. If iTunes asks you to log in, please do so.
5. iTunes will prompt “Congratulations, your iPhone is unlocked”!
5. Done!


HTC

1. You will receive a code as follows: XXXXXXXX. Please ignore the CC=XXXXXXXXX
2. If device is rooted/modded, you MUST return to factory firmware before proceeding
3. Turn off Wifi.
4. Insert a non-carrier sim card and turn the phone on
5. The phone will prompt you for an unlock code. Enter and press OK.
6. Done!


Huawei

1. Please note that FOUR codes have been provided (separated by spaces or commas). Try each individually starting with the first.
2. If device is rooted/modded, you MUST return to factory firmware before proceeding
3. Turn off Wifi.
4. Insert a non-carrier sim card and turn the phone on
5. The phone will prompt you for an unlock code. Enter and press OK.
6. Done!


LG

1. Please note that FIVE codes have been provided, but you only require NCK or SPCK. Do NOT try the rest.
2. If device is rooted/modded, you MUST return to factory firmware before proceeding
3. Turn off Wifi
4. Insert a non-carrier sim card and turn the phone on
5. The phone will prompt you for an unlock code. Enter and press OK .
6. Done!
7. If the above instructions do not work, dial 2945#*[model]# where [model] is your phone’s numeric model (ie. for LG P500 you would dial 2945#*500#).


Motorola

1. Please note that TWO 8 DIGIT codes have been provided (separated by a space). Try one, then try the other.
2. If device is rooted/modded, you MUST return to factory firmware before proceeding
3. Turn off Wifi
4. Insert a non-carrier sim card and turn the phone on
5. The phone will prompt you for an unlock code. Enter and press OK.
6. Done!

Troubleshooting:
If your phone does not successfully accept the unlock code, please follow the following instructions

1) Perform a software reset and try each code again


Nokia Lumia / Microsoft Lumia

1. Insert a non-carrier sim card and turn the phone on
2. The phone will prompt you for an unlock code. Enter and press OK.
3. Done!


Samsung

1. If you received multiple codes, first only try the NETWORK code. If that fails using the instructions mentioned, please see below
2. If device is rooted/modded, you MUST return to factory firmware before proceeding
3. Turn off Wifi
4. Insert a non-carrier sim card and turn the phone on
5. The phone will prompt you for an unlock code. Enter and press OK.
6. Done!
7. Note: If your code fails, proceed to troubleshooting steps below.

8. Alternate for multiple codes received: Turn off Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS and then input the codes separately in the following order: Defreeze > Network > Provider > Subprovider


Samsung (T-Mobile Unlock App)

T-Mobile Unlock App: If you have a Note 5, Avant, S6, S6 Edge, Galaxy Core Prime that is has the “T-Mobile Unlock App” on it, we can easily produce and unlock code but the device will not simply ASK for the unlock code.

In order to get the unlock prompt, you are responsible for changing the firmware of the device to another carrier, such as Metro PCS. The device will then prompt you for an unlock code when you input a non-carrier sim.


Samsung (Troubleshooting Only)

Troubleshooting: If your phone does not successfully accept the unlock code, please follow the following instructions… DO NOT START WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS! (SEE ABOVE)

STOP READING AHEAD! LOOK ABOVE! DO NOT START WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS! (Samsung Galaxy S2, S3, Note , Note 2)
1. Phone must still prompt you for an unlock code.
a. Go to the Dial pad and dial *#197328640#
b. Click on [1] UMTS > [1] Debugging screen > [8] Phone Control > [6] NETWORK LOCK
c. You will see 3 options
d. Click on [1] Perso Sha256 INFO, the screen will change slightly
e. Press the MENU button.
f. When the menu pops up, press the BACK arrow to return to the previous screen
f. Click on [2] Perso Sha256 ON; the screen will change again to a one line message
g. Restart the phone on the screen by holding the power button and click RESTART
h. When the phone prompts for the unlock code simply enter the unlock code
i. Your phone is now permanently unlocked!

STOP READING AHEAD! LOOK ABOVE! DO NOT START WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS! (Samsung Galaxy S4 Only)
1. Phone must still prompt you for an unlock code.
a. Go to the Dial pad and dial *#0011#
b. Click your MENU button (Bottom LEFT button) and click BACK on the menu that appears; (nothing will happen)
c. Click your MENU button AGAIN and this time click KEY INPUT
d. When the Key input box appears please input the number “1” and hit OK
e. You will see a number 1 for a while, wait until it changes into the SERVICE MENU
f. Click [1] UMTS > [1] DEBUGGING SCREEN > [6] Phone Control > [6] Network LOCK
g. You will see 3 OPTIONS within Network LOCK
h. Click on [1] Perso Sha256 INFO; the screen will change slightly
i. Press the MENU button; when the menu pops up press the BACK arrow to return to the previous screen
j. Click on [2] Perso Sha256 ON; the screen will change again to a one line message

NOTE: If you see ENABLE_FLAG[1], refer to the notes below. If you see ENABLE_FLAG[0], proceed with step k.

k. Restart the phone on the screen by holding the power button and click RESTART
l. When the phone prompts for the unlock code simply enter the unlock code
m. Your phone is now permanently unlocked!

NOTE – If it shows ENABLE_FLAG[1]:
Press menu, then BACK to go back to the Network Lock menu.
Select [3] Perso Sha256 OFF, then select the first item after.
It will say “Menu does not exist”.
Press Menu, Back, then Menu, then select Back to go back to the network lock menu again.
Select [2] Perso Sha256 ON again, it should now show Enable_Flag[0] You may continue to Step K in the previous instructions.


Sony Xperia

1. You will use either the NCK or SPCK – see below for further detail on which you need.
2. If device is rooted/modded, you MUST return to factory firmware before proceeding
3. Turn off Wifi
4. Insert a non-carrier sim card and turn the phone on.
5. The phone will prompt you for an unlock code.
6. Enter and press OK.
7. Done!