Unlock ALL Samsung devices from GSM carries that ask for Sim network Unlock PIN like AT&T, Cricket, Xfinity and Spectrum that ask for a network unlock code. If your phone does not promot automatically for a network unlock code do not order this service!
The Network and Defreeze codes will be provided.
Models Supported: All models up to S9/S9+ are supported
Not Supported: CDMA Phones, Phones that don’t ask for an unlock code and Note 9/Note 10/Note 10+/S10/S10+/S10E, Galaxy FOLD
Also see: GALAXY FOLD F900 UNLOCK CODE
Go here to Network Unlock the Samsung Galaxy S20
*No refund if phone does not prompt for a sim network unlock pin automatically
Not supported Carriers:
*T-Mobile USA & Metro PCS phones containing the unlocking app are not supported (No Refunds if ordered)
*Tracfone and Net10 that are do not ask for an unlock code are not supported*SPRINT* Any CDMA carrier that does not prompt for an unlock code
Unlock GSM Carriers in the USA: (check first that your phone asks for a network code)
AT&T (Includes GoPhone Prepaid, Dobson Cellular, Edge Wireless and Centennial Wireless)
Big Sky Mobile
Cellular One of East Central Illinois
Cellular One of East ArizonaCellular One Nation
Cellular One TXOK
Chariton Valley Wireless
Cincinnati Bell Wireless
Commnet Wireless (also uses CDMA in some areas)
Corr WirelessCricket Wireless
GCI Wireless (also uses CDMA in some areas)
Long Lines Wireless
Metro PCS (also uses CDMA in some areas)
Pure Talk USA
Telecom North America Mobile Inc
TracFone Wireless (also uses CDMA in some areas) (Includes NET10 Wireless, SafeLink Wireless, Straight Talk, SIMPLE Mobile and Telcel América)
Wal-Mart Family Mobile
West Central Wireless
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.