SIM unlock your Samsung Phone instantly using our genuine unlock codes
Please fill the form below to order Samsung Unlock code
How to identify the lock level of your Samsung phone
The phone will display a similar message as shown in the above image.
xxx = value ON or OFF
Not all Samsung phones support this functionality. For latest models like Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy Note or all types of Samsung Focus series-devices the lock is only Network Lock and you can skip this test.
We provide four types of unlocking codes for each Samsung IMEI.
If the [xxx] value of Network lock is ON then you will need to use only the NCK code. If you see the Subset lock value as ON then you will need the SCK code and if you see the SP lock value as ON you will need the SPCK code.
Most Samsung phones are only Network Lock enabled therefore most of the time you only need to use the NCK code. However few networks may activate many locks at the same time or they may enable an alternative lock level such as SCK or SPCK.
If you have a Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, Note 2, Note 3 OR if your phone is running Android 4.4 (KitKat)
All Samsung phones manufactured after July 2013, phones running on Android 4.4 (KitKat) and brand new phones are subject to Region Locking. You must activate your new phone with the original carrier before you can unlock it.
If your Samsung device becomes Region locked, it cannot be factory unlocked to use with other GSM networks. To make sure your phone doesn’t get Region Locked, you MUST activate (First Use) the phone on the Original carrier and use it at least Once to disable the Region Lock (make at least One phone call for a 5 minute duration). After the Region lock is removed you can SIM Unlock your phone using our Unlock Code.
If you have used your phone on the carrier it is locked to(like making calls or sending messages), the above warning doesn’t apply to you.
If you need any assistance please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fill the above form and place your order via PayPal
Choose the model of your Samsung phone, Country & Network it is locked to (DO NOT choose the network you want your phone to work on). Enter the correct IMEI no and email. Place your order via PayPal.
Receive confirmation Email and wait for us to process your Order
Once the payment is done, you will get an order confirmation Email specifying the details of the order placed and the time required to process your Samsung Unlock request.
Order in Process – Querying the Samsung databse to get your Unlock Code
After we receive your order, your IMEI is sent to Samsung’s IMEI database server for querying. Once processed, your unlock code will be found and delivered to your email ID.
Unlock Code Found! Just follow the instructions sent in the email and you’re done!
Just follow the instructions we provide you in the email, enter the Samsung Unlock Code in your handset and your phone will be unlocked!
No. The unlock code works only on stock ROM, you will have to revert to stock ROM, use the code and once unlocked you can install any custom ROM of your choice.
Unfortunately no. If your Samsung phone doesn’t ask for a SIM Network Unlock Pin when you insert a different SIM card, it cannot be unlocked by code.
Unlock codes for European Carriers are usually delivered to your email in less than 30 minutes of the purchase. For USA networks it takes 6-24 hours to deliver the code and for the rest of the carriers, it takes 24-48 hours.
Every Samsung phone has different instructions to be followed in order to use the unlock code. Instructions will be sent to your email ID from which the order was placed. Alternatively you can find them on Samsung Unlocking Instructions page.
In order to access internet on your device you need to call up customer service of the carrier on which you are trying to access Internet and get the correct APN settings. There is no separate unlock for data/internet. If you are able to make calls and send texts on the new network, your phone is factory unlocked.
If your phone is asking for PUK Code/Security Pin/Password, it is the SIM card password or phone security password and NOT the Network Unlock Code sent by us. You need to contact your service provider and ask them about it. Once you bypass this screen, you can use the Network Unlock Code and get your phone factory unlocked.
Before you place an order with us, you need to make sure your phone is compatible with the network you want to use it on. The unlocked phone must be able to support the Network’s Frequency. This can be done by calling up the customer care of that carrier and asking them about the compatibility of your device on their network. Not all phones are compatible with all networks after being unlocked.
After unlocking your phone, please remove the battery for a few minutes and restart your phone. It takes a few minutes for your phone to pick up the new signal. To make sure your phone is detecting the new signal, go to your Network settings on your phone and check the list of available networks.
Due to the supplier’s policy, video proof MUST be provided if the Unlock code provided by us does not work.
We will contact you to confirm that the information entered when the order was placed was accurate. If all the information entered is correct, we reserve the right to require additional evidence to verify the claim that the unlock procedure did not unlock your device. You will be required to send us a video recording showing the device in question, along with the IMEI number displayed on the device screen. Additionally, the video must show you inserting an alternate GSM SIM card in the device and the displayed message on the screen, then you typing the unlock code and the message displayed after you type in the code.
You need to upload the video on YouTube and send us an email with the order detail and the link to the video to email@example.com. Please note these measures are the only way that we can verify the validity of your claim.
Please allow up to 3 business days for the refund to show up in your account.