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Remove Lock to Use SIM Cards from Other Carriers By Ivy Bruce

Carriers including AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile offer cellular connections so that you can make phone calls, send text messages and get Internet without Wi-Fi. Once you are using a cell phone, you can't get away from the carriers. As a customer, you can get a new device from the mobile phone market or the carriers. If you want to enjoy a different carrier' service on your device, you may need to purchase a factory unlocked phone. But if you want to get a device at a lower price, you can also purchase it from the carriers, which is locked to the appointed SIM card. People also read: Import Contacts from SIM Card to Device Recover Deleted Contacts from Android SIM Card So if you want to use SIM cards from other network company, you should remove SIM card lock on your phone. I will show you how to do with the help of SIM Card Lock Remover program in several steps. Remove Lock to Use SIM Cards from Other Carriers SIM Card Lock Remover is a very effective program that can recover lost data, remove the screen lock and USIM card lock from your Android device. Please click the download button below and have a try! Step 1 Connect Android Device to PC Please run the SIM Card Lock Remover program and connect your device to computer via USB cable. Then go to your device, choose the "MTP" mode for USB option and enable USB Debugging. Now go back to the program and click "More Tools > Android SIM Unlock" and you can see the interface as below if it is connected successfully. Then click "Next". Step 2 Input Code on the Call Page Go to the call page and input "*#0808#" or "##3424#" or "*#9090#". If the first code doesn't work, please try the second one or the third one. Then you can see one of the three screenshot on your device as the page shows on the right. Please follow the guide to set up and then click "Unlock" at the bottom of the page. Step 3 Unlock SIM Card The program would start to unlock SIM card and it needs some time to finish, please wait patiently. And you can see the interface as below if it is unlocked successfully! Step 4 Check the Result To check the removal result, you can use a SIM card from a different carrier and see if this SIM card can work in your device. Actually, SIM Card Lock Remover program can unlock the SIM card is because it analysis the locking principle on the SIM card and then select different unlocking method for each device. But the program can only support Samsung mobile to unlock SIM card and not all the model can do it. You can try to connect your Samsung model to check if it is available, or contact us directly! Related Articles Recover Text Messages from Broken Samsung Phones Recover Lost Photos, Videos from Samsung Galaxy Retrieve Deleted Pictures on Samsung Galaxy

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Not Registered on Network Error is Solved By Ivy Bruce

Samsung Galaxy S7 is reported to have the "Not Registered on Network" issue by some users. In this guide, we are going to show you how to solve not registered on network error of Android. People also read: Fix SIM Card Cannot Be Detected Problem SIM Unlock: Use Your Samsung on Any Carrier Network Part 1. Reasons for "Not Registered on Network" Issue Part 2. Solve Problems of Finding SIM Card on Android Part 1: Reasons for "Not Registered on Network" Issue In case that your Android fails to detect the SIM card in its slot, the "Not Registered on Network" issue will occur. If the device is unable to recognize the SIM card, the service provider cannot connect with the IMEI, and therefore, fails to connect the handset. That is the reason why Samsung Galaxy S7 as well as Galaxy S6 or S5 would  have the Not Registered on Network error. Part 2: Solve "Not Registered on Network Error" Method 1 Updating Your APN Please try to update the Access Point Name(APN)settings for different Network Providers. 1. Navigate to "Settings > Connections > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names". 2. Tap on "ADD" icon on the top right corner and then enter the APN data that is needed, which you can easily find this by calling your Operator and asking for it. Method 2 Turn off All Wireless Connection First, disable all wireless connections that your Android phone has. Here is the path: Drag down the "Quick Selection Box". Turn on the Airplane Mode/Flight Mode on your Android, Samsung Galaxy S7 for example. Then wait for a few minutes. After that, turn off the Airplane Mode/Flight Mode. Method 3 Reset Phone Dialer Try to reset the dialer app. Go to "Settings" > "Application Manager" > "All Apps". Then scroll down the page to locate the phone app. Tap on it and select to wipe cache in your device. Method 4 Reinsert SIM Card If the SIM card is not placed in the card slot correctly, your phone will not register on network. Power off the phone. Take it out and place it correctly. Besides, it is also a possibility that your SIM card is not cut properly. Method 5 Update Software Ensure that your Samsung Galaxy S7 has the latest software. Below are steps to update your software: • Connect your Android phone to the wireless network. • Go to "Settings". • Scroll down the page and choose software update. • Wait for the device to download the update. After that, install it. • Once installation is completed, your phone will reboot. Method 6 Corrupted IMEI and EFS Folder If the aforesaid methods fail to fix the problem, it can be caused by the corrupted IMEI and EFS folder. Try the steps below to solve it: • Backup your Galaxy S7. • Root your phone. • Download an app named "EFS Pro". • Download Microsoft.NET Framework 4.0 on your PC in order to make the EFS Pro app work on your computer. • Once download complete, unzip the file and install it. • Plug your phone to the computer. • Run EFS Pro and follow the prompts to backup and restore the EFS folder. That's all. You can select whichever one of the methods from our recommendation. If you have any ideas on solving the "phone not registered on network", share with us! Related Articles Recover Text Messages from Broken Samsung Phones Recover Lost Photos, Videos from Samsung Galaxy Retrieve Deleted Pictures on Samsung Galaxy

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How to Import Contacts from SIM Card to Device By Ivy Bruce

In normal condition, a SIM card is offered by the carriers and you can get the network without Wi-Fi, send text messages and make phone calls through your carrier's cell towers, which allowing the SIM card to receive information. The SIM card can identify the users’ account number and store the data like contacts, messages and so on. So it seems that SIM card takes an important part if we need to contact with each other. Now, I want to talk about it in a more comprehensive way. Part 1. SIM Card Capacity and Advantages to Store Data on It Part 2. Import Contacts from SIM Card to Device Part 3. Recover Deleted Contacts from SIM Card Part 1. SIM Card Capacity and Advantages to Store Data on It The SIM card can come with different data capacity vary from 8Kb to 256 KB and it holds the data including Address book (maximum store 250 contacts), phone number, text messages, IAL, Service preference and PIN lock and so on. There is not enough storage space for SIM card to store the photos, videos and audios and you may need to keep them on SD card. The SIM card is designed to be portable and you can use a different device with the same card. The data mentioned above can come with the SIM card and you can use them on the other device directly. Part 2. Import Contacts from SIM Card to Device For iPhone 7/7 Plus/SE/6s/6/5s/5c/5, you can carry the contacts from SIM card to the other iPhone by the following steps: 1. Remove the SIM card from your previous iPhone and insert it into the iPhone you need to import the contacts in. 2. Please go to the home page of your iPhone and tap "Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Import SIM Contacts". 3. When the importing is done, please remove the SIM card and replace it with the previous one. For Android device, take Samsung Galaxy s7 edge as an example, you can import contacts from SIM card to device by following steps: 1. On your Samsung Galaxy, please tap "Contacts", and then choose "More > Settings > Import/export contacts". 2. Press the "IMPORT" button and you can see a pop-up window shown on the screen, please choose "SIM card > Device". Then you can select all the contacts to your device by checking the box on the top-left. After that, tap "DONE" on the top-right. 3. Press the Home button to return to the home screen. Note: The contacts can stay in sync with google account as well. Part 3. Recover Deleted Contacts from SIM Card Sometimes you may delete the contacts accidentally and want to get those phone numbers back. It is easy to achieve the result with the help of Android Data Recovery which can assist you to regain the numbers both from SIM card and device itself. 1. First of all, you should plug your device into PC and enable the USB debugging on your mobile phone. 2. After it is detected by the program, it begins to scan the data type on your device and you would see the interface as below. Choose the contacts to scan and wait for a while, you can see the contacts including the deleted ones. 3. Finally, select the contacts to export to PC. Any questions please make a comment below, we would reply to you as soon as we can! Related Articles Remove Lock to Use SIM Cards from Other Carriers SIM Unlock: Use Your Samsung on Any Carrier Network Galaxy SIM Unlock: Begin to Use Android without Carrier Limits

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SIM Card Cannot Be Detected, How to Fix By Ivy Bruce

"No SIM" notice displaying on the screen of your iPhone/Android is not a rare occurrence. The notice that replaces your mobile carrier's name in the upper left-hand corner of your device or occurs on the screen will prevent you from making phone calls, texting, or using mobile data. If, unfortunately, you are encountering such circumstance and wondering why the iPhone 7/Samsung Galaxy S7 says no SIM card, you have come into the right place. We are going to diagnose the issue and figure out how to fix SIM card that cannot be detected. Part 1. Fix "No SIM Card Install" On iOS (iPhone 7) Part 2. Solve Problems of Finding SIM Card on Android Part 1: Fix "No SIM Card Install" On iOS (iPhone 7) Warm prompt: Methods below can lead to contract or message loss. More severely, fault operation can even delete other important files. So before commencement, we strongly recommend you to backup your iOS data with prudent steps. Method 1. Fix Physical Problems of the SIM and SIM Tray Step 1. Power off Your iOS Device Long press on the power button. Wait for several seconds. Do not relief your finger until the phone is shut down. Step 2. Eject the SIM Tray Insert a paperclip into the tiny hole in the SIM tray. You may need to apply a fair amount of pressure to press until the tray ejects and get the tray out. If you fail to find the exact location of the SIM tray on your iPhone, refer to the specification or just ask someone for help. Step 3. Diagnose and Solve the Issue of the SIM Card 1. Clean the SIM Card and SIM Card Tray Check the SIM card and SIM card tray and whether they are dusty or not. If yes, wipe them off with a soft damp handkerchief. Wait the SIM card and card tray until it is completely dry. There can be gunk or debris in the tray, remove it carefully. 2. Check If the SIM Tray is Bent Take a close look at the SIM Card and SIM Tray. Check if the SIM tray is bent. If yes, send it to the specialty store for professional maintenance. Method 2. Reset Network Settings Go to "Settings" > "General" > "Reset". Then select "Reset Network Settings" on your iPhone. This restores he network configuration to the factory defaults and resolve software glitches in some invisible process. Note that this method will erase your iPhone's remembered WI-Fi connections and passwords. You will need to reconnect the Wi-Fi hotpot after that. Method 3. Update Your Wireless Carrier Setting with iTunes Step 1. Launch iTunes on your computer. Step 2. Plug your iPhone into the computer and "Trust" the computer. Step 3. iTunes will automatically check if a wireless carrier settings update is available for your plugged iPhone. If there is, you will be asked if you would like to install it. There is an alternative for you: Go to "Settings" > "General" > "About" on your iPhone to install the wireless carrier settings update. But using iTunes is more liable because the network issues may prevent your phone from connecting to the update server in the alternative way. Method 4. Update iOS to Its Latest Version. If the above-mentioned steps fail to solve SIM card not detected issue, you can update iOS of your iPhone. For detailed steps, you can refer to our post: Tips on iOS 10 Update Avoiding Bricking Your Device Part 2: Solve Problems of Finding SIM Card on Android If your Android phone says no SIM card, here is how to fix it on Samsung Galaxy S7. But before doing this, back up your Samsung Galaxy S7 first. Method 1. Check the Orientation of the SIM Card Step 1. Power off your Samsung Galaxy S7 by long tapping the power button and selecting "Power off" from the prompt. Step 2. Check the Orientation required to insert the SIM card properly. Step 3. Push the SIM card into the slot until it locks in place. Step 4. Reboot your Samsung Galaxy S7. Method 2. Check the SIM Card or SIM Slot There can be problems of the SIM card or SIM slot. You can insert another SIM card which works normally to the slot of your phone to check if the slot is faulty or not. In addition, you can insert the SIM card to your friend's phone and check whether problem is due to your SIM card or not. Is this content useful to fix the SIM card detection problem? Feedback given in the below section can help us improve content. Just leave your comments. Related Articles Remove Lock to Use SIM Cards from Other Carriers SIM Unlock: Use Your Samsung on Any Carrier Network Galaxy SIM Unlock: Begin to Use Android without Carrier Limits

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How Much Do You Know About SIM Card By Ivy Bruce

Do you know what SIM card is? You must hear it a lot in your daily life because only with SIM card in, can your smartphone run normally.The SIM cards are provided by the carriers and you can enjoy the service that comes with it. Of cause, you need to pay for it every month. If you want to know more about SIM card, please continue to read. Part 1. What Is a SIM Card? Part 2. Different Formats of SIM Cards Part 3. Advantages and Disadvantages to Have a SIM Card Part 1. What Is a SIM Card? SIM Card, acronym of Subscriber Identity Module, is also known as a user identification card or smart card. We use our mobile phone to make a phone call, send text messages and get the Internet with SIM card in. The chip stores the information of digital mobile phone customers, the encrypted content key and the user's phone book and so on, which is available to identify the corresponding user and encrypt the information of telephone conversation. The SIM card is offered by carriers like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile. Different carrier provides the service with different fee standards and service composition. You can use the same SIM card with your phone number and data plan in different device. But for the mobile phones provided by the carriers, you need to remove SIM card lock first if you want to use the SIM card from the other carriers. Part 2. Different Formats of SIM Cards Nowadays, SIM cards have been made smaller and smaller. The first generation, called full-size SIM, came out years ago. And then it was followed by Mini-SIM, Micro-SIM and Nano-SIM. Full-size SIM is also called 1FF or 1st form factor. It measures about 85.60 mm × 53.98 mm and more like the size of a credit card. Mini-SIM, known as Standard SIM or Regular SIM for different carriers, has the size of 25.0 mm × 15.0 mm, which is much smaller than the 1FF. Micro-SIM is 52% smaller than the Mini-SIM, which measures 15.0mm × 12.0 mm. iPhone 4 was the first mobile phone to use Micro-SIM. It is because the iPhone 4 needs more internal space to increase the battery capacity and a smaller SIM card is necessary. Then the other smartphone suppliers follow the ideas. So there are various smartphone use the Micro-SIM including iPhone 4/4S, iPad, iPad 2(3G), Samsung Galaxy S3/S4, Nokia N9, the Nexus 5 and the Sony Xperia and so on. Nano-SIM, at 12.3mm x 8.8mm, was introduced by Giesecke & Devrientin the CTIA WIRELESS 2012. After that, it was sold to different countries by the mobile service providers. And it is Apple again to introduce the Nano-SIM into the smartphone (iPhone 5). Later the Nexus 6 and Samsung Galaxy Alpha followed. Note: Most of the smartphones released in the recent years would use Nano-SIM like iPhone 7/7Plus/SE/6s/6/5s/5c/5 and Samsung S6 Edge/ s7/7edge HTC 10/ M8/M9 and so on. Part 3. Advantages and Disadvantages to Have a SIM Card Advantages to have a SIM card: 1. With the SIM card, you can have the service like making phone calls, enjoying network, sending messages and so on. 2. Available to carry data when you change a device. The SIM card holds the data including your phone number, text messages, service features, Address book, PIN lock and the Location Area Identity, which make you easier to use the device from one to another. The SIM card takes an important role in our life but there are also some limits when using it: 1. Sometimes the carriers would lock the SIM card for the device and you can not get rid of the high service fee. If you want to unlock it, you need to pay for it as well. 2. Your contacts in your SIM card would be stolen when someone place your SIM card in their phones if you forget to lock your phone. 3. The SIM card can go bad and could work. So you need to get a new one. Want to know more about us? Please visit our website. Any questions please make a comment. Related Articles Remove Lock to Use SIM Cards from Other Carriers How to Recover Deleted Contacts from Android SIM Card Galaxy SIM Unlock: Begin to Use Android without Carrier Limits

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Galaxy SIM Unlock: Begin to Use Android without Carrier Limits By Ivy Bruce

SIM locking is a technical restriction for the mobiles phone made by the mobile phone manufacturers. With SIM card locking, users can only use the appointed SIM card on the mobile phone offered by the specific network company. Of course you can get a discount at the mobile phone but you need to sign a contract with them and pay the network fee monthly, which is in a higher price. If we can remove the SIM lock, we can get rid of the SIM card restriction made by the services providers. But it is a little bit complex to do that. Might be you can ask the network providers to remove the lock but you may need to pay the extra fee. But with Android Data Recovery, you can begin to use your Android device without the carrier limits. Note: The SIM unlock from Android Data Recovery is only for Samsung mobile. The other brands of mobile device are not supported yet. Part 1. SIM Card Unlock with Android Data Recovery Part 2. Some Problems You May Ask When Finish the SIM Card Unlock Part 1. SIM Card Unlock with Android Data Recovery Step 1 Download the Program and Run it First of all, please download the program by clicking the "Download" button below. After you install it on your comp First of all, please download the program by clicking the "Download" button above. After you install it on your computer, please launch it! Step 2 Connect Mobile Phone to PC On the interface, please click "More Tools > Android SIM Unlock". Then connect your mobile phone to computer via USB cable and click "Next". Note: When you connect device to PC, you need to go to your device and enable USB Debugging. Step 3 Follow the Guideline to Set Up Device When your device is successfully connected to your computer, you can see the interface as below. Please go to your device and select the appropriate guideline that is matched to your device to set up your phone. Then click "Unlock". Step 4 SIM Card Unlock Successfully The program starts to unlock the SIM card and it may need some time. If it is unlock successfully, you can see the interface as below. Part 2. Some Problems You May Ask When Finish the SIM Card Unlock 1. Why we need to unlock SIM card? If we purchase a device from the carrier, it usually requires a network contract which is sustained for two or three years. Even if the contract is ended, we still need to use the phone with that carrier. With SIM card unlock, we can abandon the overprice network contract from the carrier and use Android phone without carrier limits. 2. Will the SIM unlock affect the data on our phone? Android Data Recovery would analysis the locking principle on the SIM card and then chooses different unlocking method for each device. The data on your device is totally safe and it would do nothing but the SIM card unlock to your mobile phone. 3. How can I know if my phone is SIM unlock or not? The most convenient way to check the removal result is to get a SIM card from the other carrier and see if it can work on your device. If it does work, then the SIM card is unlocked successfully. Actually, Android Data Recovery can not only unlock SIM card on our Android phone, but also the deleted data recovery, lock screen removal and etc. So please download the program and have a try! Related Articles Remove Lock to Use SIM Cards from Other Carriers Recover Lost Photos, Videos from Samsung Galaxy Retrieve Deleted Pictures on Samsung Galaxy

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SIM Unlock: Use Your Samsung on Any Carrier Network By Ivy Bruce

In normal condition, the network providers try to earn a profit by selling user a discounted phone with the network contract, which is sustained for about two or three years. But here comes the problem. When the users get the discounted phone, they may abandon their SIM with the network contract and turn to another company for the network. So the network providers come up with SIM card locking. SIM locking can prevent users to use other SIM cards on the specific phone but only the one that has signed a contract. Now I want to show you how to unlock SIM card in two different ways. Part 1. Unlock Samsung Galaxy Manually Part 2. Unlock SIM Card with Android Data Recovery Part 1. Unlock Samsung Galaxy Manually Take Samsung Galaxy S3 and S4 as example, we can unlock SIM cards manually. And the steps of Galaxy S4 are a little bit complex than S3. Note: 1. For Samsung Galaxy S3, please make sure your Android version is Android 4.1.1 or later or it can't work well with this method. 2. For Samsung Galaxy S4, only T-Mobile and AT&T phones can work with this way. CDMA phones, such as Sprint and Verizon phones are not available. Step 1 Enter Code in the Dialer and Select UMTS Please open the dialer page of your device and enter "*#197328640#" for S3 and "*#27663368378#" for S4. When you finish the entering, it can open the Service menu automatically. In the ServiceMode menu, please tap "UMTS". But please do not change other settings on this page, or it may lead to the result that your device is non-working. Step 2 Open the Debug Menu and Choose the Option You can open the Debug menu by selecting "DEBUG SCREEN". In the Debug menu, please tap "PHONE CONTROL > NETWORK LOCK > Perso SHA256 Off". After you finish the above operation, here are some difference between S3 and S4. Please follow the guide below. Step 3 Reboot and Unlock Device For Samsung Galaxy S3, wait about 30 seconds and tap the "Menu" button and select "Back > NW Lock NV Data INITIALLIZ". Once you have selected option, wait about one minute and then reboot your phone. Then the job is done! For Samsung Galaxy S4, you will receive two different kinds of code and please tap the first one "SHA256_ENABLED_FLAG" then press the menu button on your phone and select "Back" four times until you are back in the UMTS Main Menu. Then select "COMMON > NV REBUILD > Restore Back-up" and your device will reboot automatically. The job is done! You can check the result by inserting the SIM card from a different carrier and see if it can work or not. Part 2. Unlock SIM Card with Android Data Recovery Step 1 Download the Program and Connect Device to PC First of all, please download the program called Android Data Recovery by clicking "Download" button below and launch it. Then connect device to your computer and enable USB Debugging on Samsung mobile. After that, please click "More Tools > Android SIM Unlock". If it is successfully connected, you can see the interface as below. Step 2 Follow the Appropriate Guideline Please go to your device and follow the guideline shown as below. First open the call page of your phone and input "*#0808#" or "##3424#" or "*#9090#". Please pick up one of the three codes and try until the page hopping happened. Then follow the guide as the screenshots shown on the right of the interface. Click "Unlock" to continue. Step 3 Unlock Samsung Mobile Once you finish the settings on your device, you can see the interface as below if it is unlock successfully. Compared with the two different ways to unlock SIM card, it is obvious that with Android Data Recovery, you can operate in a much easier way and you can unlock the SIM card in just three simple steps. What’s more, it can fit most of the Samsung models well and not like the first method, it has no limits such as the Android version, the phone type of carriers and etc. So please download the program and have a try! Related Articles Remove Lock to Use SIM Cards from Other Carriers Galaxy SIM Unlock: Begin to Use Android without Carrier Limits Retrieve Deleted Pictures on Samsung Galaxy

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Methods to Unlock SIM on Android Smartphones By Ivy Bruce

Have you ever met the problem of SIM card lock and you want to change the SIM card from other carrier? The first thing comes to your mind maybe that you can get help from the forums on the website. However, you will find it really time-consuming and even see tons of advertisements which could't help. Now, I want to show you several ways to Unlock SIM on Android Smartphones. Part 1. Unlock SIM on Android Smartphones Through Carrier Part 2. Unlock SIM on Android Smartphones Through a Paid Service Part 3. Unlock SIM on Android Smartphones Through Android Data Recovery Part 1. Unlock SIM on Android Smartphones Through Carrier 1. Contact with your Carrier. You can contact with the carrier that provide the discounted phones by dialing the customer service line and inquire about the unlocking SIM card. But your network contract needs to come to the end. If it is not, you need to pad for an early termination fee. After that, you will receive a code, please keep it! 2. Insert the new SIM card into your device. Please power off you phone and insert the SIM card from the new carrier. 3. Enter the code. Please power on your device and you will get the prompt of entering the code. Then enter the correct code and your Android smartphones unlock is done! Part 2. Unlock SIM on Android Smartphones Through a Paid Service 1. Find an official service. You can find an official service on the internet or from the advertisement. But you need to pay for the unlock codes and please find more information about the service to make sure it is a reliable one. 2. Find out the IMEI number of your phone. You can get your phone's IMEI number by dialing "*#06#" or finding it on the back or underneath the battery. 3. Pay the service and get the unlock code. After you pay for the service and offer the information of your device, you can get a unlock code in several hours or several days. 4. Insert the new SIM card and enter the code. Please insert the SIM card from other carrier and power on your phone. Then you can see a notification to enter the unlock code. Please enter the unlock code from the service and you may need to wait for a moment for your device to connect the new network. Part 3. Unlock SIM on Android Smartphones Through Android Data Recovery Step 1 Download the Program and Launch it Please click the "Download" button below to download the Android Data Recovery, which can unlock the SIM card in a very effective and simple way. After you download the program, please launch it! Step 2 Connect Your Samsung Mobile to PC Please connect mobile phone to your computer via USB cable. Then go to your device and enable USB Debugging. After that, please go back to the program and click "More Tools > Android SIM Unlock". If it is connected successfully, you can see the interface as below. Then click "Next" to continue. Step 3 Follow the Guideline to Set Up Phone There are two simple guides shown on the interface. Please follow the guideline to set up your mobile phone. Then click "Unlock". Step 4 Unlock SIM Card The program begins to unlock your device, Pleases wait patiently. After it unlock successfully, you can insert the new SIM card form other carrier to check if it can work. Maybe you get several ways to unlock the SIM card. But as you can see above, you can operate easily and work it out with the help of Android Data Recovery. If you have any questions about it, please feel free to contact us! Related Articles Remove Lock to Use SIM Cards from Other Carriers Galaxy SIM Unlock: Begin to Use Android without Carrier Limits Retrieve Deleted Pictures on Samsung Galaxy

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