Official Samsung USA 2019 unlock service for Galaxy Note 9 & Note 10 and Galaxy S10 Series
supports all latest GSM phone models from AT&T, Cricket, Xfinity and Spectrum that ask for a Sim network Unlock PIN.
The Network PUK (NCK ) and Defreeze code (MCK) will be provided.
The AT&T 16 digit network unlock code is provided for new phones
Go here To Unlock the New Galaxy FOLD
Go here to Unlock Galaxy S20 / S20+ and Ultra
Go here for older Models: Unlock AT&T Samsung galaxy S9
This is the latest Database For Samsung Unlock codes for All the latest 2019 models including:
Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Samsung Galaxy S10e
Samsung Galaxy S10
Samsung Galaxy S10+
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
Samsung Galaxy M10
Samsung Galaxy M20
Samsung Galaxy M30
Samsung Galaxy M40
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2018) [July]
Samsung Galaxy J2 Core [August]
Samsung Galaxy J4+ [October]
Samsung Galaxy J6+ [October]
Samsung Galaxy J4 Core [November]
Samsung Galaxy On6 [July]
Samsung Galaxy On8 (2018) [August]
Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018)
Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018)
Samsung Galaxy A6s
Samsung Galaxy A8s
Samsung Galaxy A10
Samsung Galaxy A20e
Samsung Galaxy A20
Samsung Galaxy A30
Samsung Galaxy A40
Samsung Galaxy A40s
Samsung Galaxy A50
Samsung Galaxy A60
Samsung Galaxy A70
Samsung Galaxy A80
How To Unlock Samsung with 16 digit unlock code:
- Make sure to turn off Wi-Fi under wireless connections for all Android Devices before proceeding to enter the Unlock code. Also make sure the phone is not on Airplane mode.
- Insert an unauthorized Sim Card into the device (a SIM card from a different company)
- Power on the device
- Enter the Sim Network Unlock Pin when prompted
- The Device should now be unlocked if the phone says UNLOCK SUCCESSFUL
WARNING: Your device must prompt for a network unlock code upon inserting a foreign sim card. If your device does NOT prompt for a code, then it cannot be unlocked by one. If still ordered, you will NOT be refunded!
Remember even if the phone becomes network unlocked it may not be compatible with the network carrier that you want to use it with. Check with the NEW Carrier to see if it will work. Asia version Samsung models don”t always work worldwide unless you have a Octaband version or World version phone.
For example: The Samsung Galaxy S10 sold in Asia does not support the same networks as the one sold in Europe or America.