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How To Unlock The Samsung Galaxy S7

January 13, 2016 - Written By John Anon

When it comes to the most anticipated phones of the year, there’s no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S7 is at the top of the list. Especially after the weeks and months full of rumors and leaked information.

Has Samsung done it again, like with last year’s Galaxy S6? It’s too early to tell, but the handset is definitely a top notch one, with a A-class design and a spec sheet that would make even some laptops jealous.

And after waiting this long and once you finally manage to get your hands on, the phone seems to have an unresolved issue: it’s carrier locked by your network provider.

Of course, this shouldn’t be a reason to worry. If you’re a veteran smartphone user, you do have an idea about the various methods of unlocking it. Although, there’s no doubt that the safest way currently available is to unlock by code. A method which many users are using to give their devices some well-deserved freedom. But before getting there, let’s see why you should consider unlocking your Samsung Galaxy S7.

Why should I unlock my new Samsung Galaxy S7?

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Well, the first reason is basically a no-brainer: you will be able to use any network provider you want. Maybe you come across a better offer, which, for a smaller monthly fee, gives you more internet and other benefits, so why not take advantage of it?

Secondly, an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S7 is great for those who travel a lot and want to avoid those expensive roaming fees, hated by everybody. It doesn’t matter if you want to go just for a short holiday or if you’re planning to stay in a country for a longer period, you will need an unlocked phone, in order to use a local SIM.

Finally, let’s not forget that if you unlock your Samsung Galaxy S7 you will be able to sell it easier and for a better price in the future, when it’s time for a new phone.

How to unlock Samsung Galaxy S7?

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Ok, so we know what advantages unlocking your phone brings, but how does this whole process works? Well, it’s relatively simple:

  • place an order on an online unlocking site
  • receive the unlock code
  • insert it in your phone

But let’s make it even simpler and explain each step:

1. Place an order on an online unlocking site

There are a lot of unlocking sites that can provide a Samsung Galaxy S7 unlock code. UnlockScope.com and UnlockUnit.com are two of the sites who can help you with this. You can also download the UnlockScope App from Google Play if you wish to place an order directly from your smartphone.

In order to provide the code, these are the details they require:

  • a valid email address where you will receive the code
  • the IMEI of your phone, which can be found by dialing *#06*
  • the name of the network and country which you originally bought your phone from

2. Receive the unlock code for your Samsung Galaxy S7

Shortly after placing your order, depending on the network on which your phone was locked, you will receive an email with the unlocking code and all the necessary instructions on how to insert it.

3. Insert the code in your phone

Everything you need to do is to insert a SIM from an unsupported network in your phone (for example, if your phone is locked on AT&T, insert a T-Mobile SIM) and wait for the phone to display a message like “SIM network unlock PIN” and a field when you can insert the code.

Using the keyboard, insert the code you received and shortly, a message like “Unlock Successful” will be displayed. And that’s it, your phone is now unlocked and you can use it with any carrier you want.

What are the risks of unlocking your Samsung Galaxy S7?

No risks, simple as that. Unlocking your phone by code is the simplest and safest method.

If you’re facing any issues with your order or the general unlocking process, both unlocking platforms mentioned above have a 24/7 customer support, always available and ready to help you.

To sum up, unlocking your Samsung Galaxy S7 with codes is the safest, fastest and, maybe most importantly, the cheapest option you have.