As the features get better and advanced, so does the budget move up! The Smartphone market is loaded with thousands of models and each brand is striving to create a space of its own. In the realm of such high competition, Samsung clearly stands out as an undefeated winner – having conquered the previous leader Nokia just years back.
Targeted to the heavy pockets, Galaxy J is one of the latest introductions by Samsung. It operates on Android OS and has a 13 megapixel camera. Galaxy J is fully-integrated phone with advanced software that gives out features like Air Gestures, Wi-Fi and GPRS connectivity, Drop box, HD video and image recording, Document viewer etc.
If you own a Samsung Galaxy J, you could sit back and find more interesting features. In the meanwhile, let’s talk about getting it unlocked.
‘Unlocking is the process of making your device compatible to any network, in contrast to the original situation (at the time of purchase) when it was restricted for use with just one service provider.’
The question that most people ask is:
Why should I unlock my Samsung Galaxy J?
Well, the answer is pretty simple –
- To be free to use any network connection
- To save on hefty roaming charges while travelling abroad
- To bring up the phone’s resale value
How to unlock your Samsung Galaxy J?
The process is quick and easy. Read the steps below:
- Obtain your phone’s IMEI number by dialing *#06# from your keypad.
- Mention this imei number and your current network provider with your email ID.
- You’d get a 16-digit unlock code via email once your order is confirmed and processed.
- Now you just need to enter this code with the instructions mentioned below – while you change the SIM on your device to a new one.
- Go to the dial screen on your phone as if you are going to make a call and press: #7465625*638*UNLOCKCODE# (8 digit unlock code)
- Your phone is ready to used with any sim card around the world.
- Check for the number of attempts left to enter the unlock code. If the remaining attempts is ‘zero’, do not place an order
- Recheck the IMEI number carefully before order placement
- Mention the current network you’re using and not the one you wish to use after unlocking
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From the Admin:He is our first guest blogger and also for techinfoweb.Regarding the article we have analyzed through searches and found that it's not 100% illegal.Here we shared the information for helping purpose only and not for any other purposes.The below pdf given by librarian of congress in 2012.Tech crunch made an article on this at Feb 2014.
http://techcrunch.com/2014/02/08/one-year-later-unlocking-your-phone-is-still-a-crime/ .Kindly check it.
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