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Unlock OPPO Phone

$18.97

Before ordering Check if it asks for 16 digit code by dialing   *#3988691#

ORDER AT YOUR OWN RISK, THERE ARE NO REFUNDS OFFERED FOR THIS SERVICE!

N0t supported:

  • PHONES FROM AUSTRALIA OR THAILAND
  • ASKING 8 DIGIT CODE
  • BLOCKED COUNTER / 0 ATTEMPTS LEFT / UNLIMITED

Processing time 15 to 120 minutes

Phones from Thailand and Australia are not supported! Check before ordering as there is No refunds offered under this service

Read the description carefully, this service does not offer refunds so buy the unlock code at your own risk!

NO REFUNDS FOR PHONES NEEDED 8 DIGIT CODES

no refunds and No verification if code doesn’t work, order at your own risk!

Only phones that ask for 16 digit unlock codes will work!

Be sure your lock counter is not 0 attempts remaining / Blocked or unlimited

Before ordering verify that the phone asks for a 16 digit code by dialing *#3988691# ( no refunds for phones that need 8 digit codes)

Oppo Unlock instructions:

Dial this on your phone  as if you are making a phone call   *#3988691#

The phone should ask for code and Enter in the full 16 digit code. Restart your phone

ORDER AT YOUR OWN RISK,

THERE ARE NO REFUNDS FOR:

  • CODE NOT ACCEPTED
  • PHONES FROM AUSTRALIA OR THAILAND
  • ASKING 8 DIGIT CODE
  • BLOCKED COUNTER / 0 ATTEMPTS LEFT / UNLIMITED

Before ordering verify that the phone asks for code!

How to Unlock OPPO Phone by Unlock Code::

Dial this on your phone  as if you are making a phone call   *#3988691#

After dialing the above shortcode, your Oppon phone should display a POP up asking for a network unlock code.

Insert the code we provided and Click OK.

Your Oppo phone is now unlocked and free to use with other sim cards (on compatible networks only).

All Latest OPPO Models that have dual sim are supported including:

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And many more!

 

Check Network compatibility with your new provider before ordering as your new provider may not support the same frequency bands.