Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 unlock code – The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 has been around for over a year now and most carriers are almost giving the device away. That said – if you don’t need the latest and most high-end device and just want a nice touchscreen Android device – this one might be for you. It has a dual-core processor and an excellent camera.
We’ve rounded up several articles so you can see what the rest of the internet has to say about this device, the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2:
If you already have the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 and want to unlock it we can help you locate an IMEI unlock code for this device. Unfortunately we cannot find any source for a free unlock code unless you happen to have the Rogers version of the device.
Nexus 5 Unlock Code – Google and LG have released the latest Nexus device, the Nexus 5. The phone is one of the few running Android 4.4 (Kit Kat). It has what’s being referred to as “top-tier specs at budget prices”. That boils down to a 4.95 inch 1920 x 1080 display, LTE, 16 or 32 GB storage and an 8MP optically-image stabilized camera.
The phone was released about a month ago and most reviews are calling this the best Nexus phone yet. Checkout some reviews, specs and hands-on with the LG Nexus 5:
As with any GSM device the best and easiest way to unlock the Nexus 5 is via IMEI unlock code. There are a number of ways to get your unlock code, some of them free, some of them not. We’ll cover a few different ways (a couple free!) to get an unlock code for the LG Nexus 5.
One of the easiest ways to get a free unlock code for any cell phone is to just call the carrier the phone is locked to and ask for the code. Each carrier will have their own policies or requirements before they provide the unlock code for free. If getting the code from the carrier isn’t an option for you for whatever reason you can also get a free Nexus 5 unlock code by completing a TrialPay offer. Click the link below, choose and complete a TrialPay offer and receive a free LG Nexus 5 unlock code:
If neither of the options above work for you, don’t worry – you can still get the same IMEI unlock code you’d get from the carrier….but at this point you’ll have to pay for it. You can buy an LG Nexus 5 unlock code from either of the two sources below:
Unlock LG Optimus F6 IMEI Code Free – You can now pick up the LG Optimus F6 from T-mobile for next to nothing (or actually nothing $0). It’s a dual-core processor running android 4.1 (Jellybean) with NFC and is LTE capable. It’s certainly not a high-end device but those aren’t usually free, so we think it’s a pretty fair trade.
There’s quite a bit on this phone around the internet and we’ve rounded up the best reviews and hands-on and even some specs:
To get a LG Optimus F6 IMEI Code free the easiest way is to call T-Mobile and ask for an unlock code. You may need to tell them you’re travelling overseas or you may need to jump through some other hoops but you should be able to get a free IMEI code from T-Mobile just by asking for it.
Another way to get an LG Optimus F6 IMEI code free is to click the TrialPay button below, complete the TrialPay offer of your choice and receive your free unlock code.
If you cannot get a free code from T-Mobile or do not want to complete a TrialPay offer you can purchase the same LG Optimus F6 IMEI code from either of the two sites below:
It looks like the new Nexus smartphone won’t be the only device getting Android KitKat early…
With Motorola being owned by Google, it should come as no surprise that Android 4.4 would get an early release on the Moto X–yet surprised we were, as Motorola officially announced today’s rollout of Android Kit Kat…and it all starts on Verizon. In addition to the obvious under-the-hood improvements, Kit Kat also brings visual enhancements, as well as a new Hangouts app and improved camera performance. We’ll be testing the new software in the coming days, so make sure you tune into YourTechReport Radio to hear our full review; until then, you can click hear to read more on Motorola’s official blog site.
Free HTC One Max Unlock Code – The HTC One Max launched Friday on Sprint. FTC filings show that the monster new member of the HTC One family will be headed for US GSM carriers soon, specifically, AT&T.
If you thought the HTC One was big and impressive you’re going to think the One Max is even bigger and maybe a little bit more impressive. It boasts a quad-core Snapdragon processor, has a 5.9 inch display and comes running Android Jellybean (4.3). It also has the same front facing speakers as the HTC One did.
Checkout the hands-on and full specs for the HTC One Max below. After that – we’ll tell you how to get a free HTC One Max unlock code and provide instructions to use the code and unlock your HTC device.
To get your Free HTC One Max unlock you’ll need to complete an offer from TrialPay. There are several to choose from like NetFlix, Stamps.com and many others. To get your Free HTC One Max unlock code click the link below:
If you aren’t interested in the free unlock code method via TrialPay or just can’t find an offer that you like – you can still get the very same unlock code you’d get from the carrier or provider from either of the sources below:
Free AT&T LG Xpression Unlock Code – The full qwerty touch-screen slider known as the LG Xpression has been around for a while now and isn’t all that bad for an entry level smartphone. Better than the phone is the price…right now on AT&T you can get the device for $0.99 with a 2 year contract. If you want a smartphone and don’t need everything that say the Samsung Galaxy 4 offers then this will be a good deal for you.
Check out some reviews and specs and talk on the AT&T LG Xpression:
If you have the AT&T LG Xpression and need to unlock it – you can first try calling AT&T and requesting a free unlock code. They’ll probably have a few hoops for you to jump through but usually in a few days will deliver a free unlock code. If you cannot get the code from AT&T you can still get a free AT&T LG Xpression unlock code by completing a TrialPay offer from the link below:
If you can’t find a TrialPay offer that works for you or you’re just not interested in going that route you can purchase the very same IMEI unlock code for under $15. See the sites below to get your LG Xpression IMEI unlock code.
The latest in the line of giant devices, referred to as phablets, has been released announced by Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy Note III. It comes with 5.7 inch display and like with most phones these days a couple options when it comes to the processor. Options for your carrier though, not really for you. The LTE is rumored to have a quad core and the 3G an octa-core. This phone or phablet, whatever you want to call it, has received a lot of coverage since it was announced a few days ago. For the latest coverage and even some hands-on reviews checkout the roundup of links below:
When it comes to unlocking the Samsung Galaxy Note III we were unable to locate any free unlock codes for this device. It should be noted in most cases if you’re a customer in good standing (and sometimes after a brief 90 day wait) the carrier the phone is locked to will usually give you a free unlock code for the phone. That said – in many cases people don’t want to wait, can’t get it from the carrier for one reason or another, or any number of other reasons – you can purchase the very same unlock code from a number of online vendors. We’ve listed a couple of the best sources for unlock codes for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 below:
Unlocking the HTC One Mini is simple. To unlock the device all you need to do is put in a new sim (not one from the original carrier/provider) and power the device on. The HTC One Mini will then prompt you to enter your unlock code. Enter the code and your HTC One Mini is now unlocked. It’s really that easy!
1. Power on your HTC device with a non-accepted SIM inside
2. Your HTC phone will prompt you for an unlock code
3. Enter the unlock code provided by GSMUnlockLabs.com
4. Your HTC phone is permanently unlocked
To call this device mini isn’t really fair. Sure, compared to the HTC One it’s smaller, but it’s still a device that weighs in over 5 inches and has a 4.3 inch display. Hardly mini. It’s also hardly mini when it comes to specs. Short of NFC the HTC One Mini is basically the same device as the HTC One….just slightly smaller. All in all it’s a very nice “mid-range” device. Again, mini and mid-range only when compared to something like it’s namesake the HTC One.
Take a look at what the rest of the internet has to say about yet another great HTC phone:
Moto X Unlock Code – The new Moto X has dropped on several carriers and we’ve located two sources for FREE Moto X unlock codes. Each vendor has teamed up with TrialPay in order to offer free unlock codes for the Moto X (and almost any other GSM device).
Google and Motorola call the Moto X “designed and assembled” in the USA although this does not mean that many of the parts inside are “made in America” but only that the parts for the Moto X are assembled in the USA. Regardless, we still think this is a good thing and can only help shipping times for US customers.
To see hands-on reviews and other writeups of the Moto X check out the following links we’ve gathered to cover the new device:
Unlock Nokia Lumia 1020 for free. Use the TrialPay option at either of the sites below and get a free Nokia Lumia 1020 unlock code after completing a TrialPay offer. You can also purchase the unlock code from either of these sites if you do not want to complete a TrialPay offer. Both sites are very inexpensive and very fast.
1. Power on your Nokia Lumia device with a non-accepted SIM inside
2. The Nokia Lumia will prompt you to enter an unlock code
3. Enter the Nokia unlock code provided by GSMUnlockLabs.com
4. Your Nokia Lumia device is permanently unlocked
The Nokia Lumia 1020 is a camera that also has a phone. The camera is 41 MP….absolutely insane. Here’s what the rest of the internet has to say about the device: