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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I unlocked my Samsung Galaxy Ace which was locked to Boost Australia. I used this site www.fastgsm.com. It costs me around $14.99 AUS, select the top option unlock Samsung Galaxy Ace via data cable. Listen to the video tutorial to follow steps you must install both the downloads to your computer the Samsung client and Samsung drivers. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 20, 2012
You can get the unlock code for SAMSUNG GALAXY S from any reliable online site. For example you can choose www.Classicunlocking.com . This is one of the most reliable online site providing accurate unlock codes at most affordable cost. Unlocking process here is very simple and easy. You will be guided with step by step unlocking information.
Posted on Apr 06, 2012
Sometimes there is not a universal unlocking codes on mobile phones.
Even though you have all of the specific details of the model, does not guarantee that it will unlock it if you get one through just general inquiry.
Best bet is to go to the actual manufacturer and ask for an unlock
code. They might charge a fee for their services as most of them do now. Some market stalls offer quick and inexpensive unlocking services but not all can unlock every type or make of mobile phone.
I wouldn't risk asking the general public, as you could be lead astray and be permanently locked out if they give an incorrect code. It can generally cost around 15 to 25 to have a phone unlocked if you go the manufacturer in my own experiences, but worth it if you paid a lot money for it.
Posted on Jul 04, 2012
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