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Unlock the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 5



T-Mobile released the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in August 2015. It’s available in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB model variants, and in black, white, silver, or gold. This model does not support external memory and it can now be upgraded to Marshmallow OS. The Note 5 has a 5.7″ super AMOLED touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass. It also has a 16MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP front-facing camera (with a 1440p video recorder). The Note 5 uses an octa-core processor and 4GB RAM for high efficiency and functionality. This device also supports Samsung Pay, fingerprint sensory technology, and wireless charging. Once unlocked, it can be used with compatible GSM networks around the globe!

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Unlock the Rogers Samsung Galaxy S6



Samsung released the Galaxy S6 in April 2015. It’s available in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB model variants, which cannot be externally expanded. It’s also available in white, black, blue, or gold. This model can also be upgraded to Marshmallow OS through Settings (OTA update). The Galaxy S6 has a 5.1″ super AMOLED touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass. It also has a 16MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP front-facing camera. The S6 uses an octa-core processor and 3GB RAM for optimal efficiency. This device also supports Samsung Pay and wireless charging.

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Unlock the Rogers Motorola Moto X



Motorola released the Moto X in August 2013, and it was available in black or white with 18 back panel color options. It was also available in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB model variants with no option to externally expand the memory. This is the first generation Moto X released by Motorola. It has a 4.7″ AMOLED touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass. It also has a 10MP camera, 1080p video recorder, and a 2MP front-facing camera (with a 1080p video recorder). The Moto X utilizes a dual-core processor and 2GB RAM. Once unlocked, this device can be used with compatible service providers around the world!

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Unlock the Telus iPhone 6S Plus



The iPhone 6S Plus was released in September of 2015, alongside the iPhone 6S. This is the 2nd phablet-like device released by Apple. It is available in 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB model variants, and in grey, silver, or gold. The iPhone 6S Plus has a 5.5″ IPS LCD, LED-backlit, touch screen. It also has a 12MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP FaceTime camera. The 6S Plus currently supports Apple Pay, 3D Touch Display, Display Zoom, and fingerprint sensory technology – just to name a few!

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Unlock the Rogers iPhone 6 Plus



Apple released the iPhone 6 Plus in September 2014. It was released alongside the iPhone 6, and is available in 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB model variants. This model is also available in silver, gold, or grey. The iPhone 6 Plus has a 5.5″ LED-backlit, IPS LCD, touch screen with shatter-proof glass. This is the first iPhone released by Apple with a screen bigger than 5″ (comparable to the Galaxy Note series). The 6 Plus also has an 8MP camera, 1080p video recorder (supports Slo-Mo videos), and a 1.2MP FaceTime camera with a 720p video recorder. The new iOS allows the user to FaceTime with a cellular or wireless data connection. This device also supports Apple Pay and Display Zoom.

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Unlock the Fido iPhone 5



The iPhone 5 was released in September of 2012. It was available in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB model variants, and in black or white. This model can currently be updated to iOS 9.3.2. The iPhone 5 has a 4″ IPS LCD, LED-backlit, touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass. This device also has an 8MP camera, 1080p video recorder, and a 1.2MP FaceTime camera (which supports FaceTime with a cellular or wireless data connection). With the iPhone 5, you can create HD panoramic images, tag your location in your photos, and much more! This device also supports wi-fi, bluetooth, GPS, active noise control, Siri, and iCloud.

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Unlock the Fido iPhone 4S



Apple released the iPhone 4S back in October of 2011. It was available in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB model variants. It was also available in black or white. This model was launched running iOS 5 but it can now be upgraded to iOS 9.3.2. The iPhone 4S has a 3.5″ LED-backlit, IPS LCD, touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass. It also has an 8MP camera, 1080p video recorder, and a VGA FaceTime camera with a 480p video recorder. The 4S supports Siri, iCloud, iMessage, wi-fi, bluetooth, and GPS. Once unlocked, this device can be used with compatible GSM network providers.

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Pebble 2, Time 2, Pebble Core

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Over the past few years, smartwatches have really gained traction. You might think of the Apple watch or the Samsung Gear watches, but how many of you have heard of the Pebble watch?

First, they came out with the original Pebble watch. It was a watch that doubled as a smart accessory that could be connected to your phone through bluetooth. This meant you could get notifications–and even send responses, make calls, and reject calls–all day without having to reach for your phone. It featured a small display that utilized e-ink to boost its battery life to a whopping 7 days. The Pebble app that you installed onto your phone allowed you to browse an app store filled with user-developed apps. It also had the advantage of being able to connect to either iPhones or Androids.

The company has since released the Pebble Steel and the Pebble Round. Pebble has again turned toward Kickstarter to fund their newest creations, the Pebble 2, Time 2, and the Pebble Core.

Both new watches have built-in activity and sleep tracking. The Pebble 2 is the nicer and sleeker successor to their original Pebble watch. It comes in the colours: Flame, Aqua, Black, White, and Lime. It still sports an e-ink display that is, unfortunately, still black and white. It’s still water resistant and has 7 day battery life, with the added benefits of a 24/7 heart rate monitor and a microphone. Of course, it’s very reasonably priced at just $99.

The Time 2 has a larger colour e-ink display and it has all of the benefits of the Pebble 2, but it can last up to 10 days on a single charge and the price starts at $169. The Time 2 is also made of steel and is available in Black, Gold, and Silver.

The Pebble Core is one of their most exciting creations yet. For just $69, you get a screenless device with programmable buttons. It tracks your location, distance, as well as pace with GPS, can send an emergency SOS signal, and pairs with the Pebble watch. It also takes in SIM cards so that you can use 3G, bluetooth, or WiFi anywhere. You’ll also get the added ability of streaming Spotify. This makes the Core the perfect running companion. It’s super lightweight and can do up to 9 hours of location tracking and offline music.

Pebble has always had success with Kickstarter, claiming first and third place on Kickstarters’ “Most Funded” record. Their new campaign is currently over 965% funded with another 28 days to, taking fourth place in Kickstarters’ records.

– Caroline

HTC 10 and Galaxy J7 from T-Mobile will require App Unlock

HTC 10 and Samsung Galaxy J7 T-Mobile Unlock App

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T-Mobile launched a new application to Google Play Store, one which will let compatible gadget owners SIM unlock their phone, permitting them to use the gadget on another supported network. Upon opening the application on a supported gadget, you will be met with 2 options. Request for a real unlock and request for temporary unlock. The temporary unlock is used when a user would like to take their phone out the country, at which point they use a domestic carriers SIM to receive and make calls.

The permanent option permits for customers fully rid themselves of carrier ties, permitting the phone to job on any compatible network going forward. We think it is quite perfect move by T-Mobile, but again, it is an application that request unlock. You still have to go through T-Mobile to get those requests granted.

How to apply a Mobile Device Unlock for T-Mobile HTC 10 or Samsung Galaxy J7

⦁ From that app list, tap Device Unlock
⦁ Tap Continue
⦁ Select the wanted gadget unlock type: Permanent Unlock
⦁ If done, restart the gadget to apply the settings

If you are not eligible from T-Mobile, you can Get T-Mobile Unlock app

Always keep in mind

Note: if you don’t restart the gadget, you will have persistent update in the notification tray.
It is very vital to show that the customer has to have data when attempting to do the unlock either 4G, 3G or Wi-Fi data on the phone. If there is no data unlock will be failed, once a gadget has been white listed we will not be liable for failed unlocks.
If customer has replaced the original IMEI or software we will not be liable for the application not to job.
If customer cannot find the application on its mobile he can simply go to apps and make it visible but a Hard Reset will forever bring the app back to the phone.

Important Note

⦁ Ensure you use the real stock ROM (no Unbranded ROM or no custom firmware like CyanogenMod)
⦁ Turn off LTE/3G and force the use of a domestic WiFi Hotspot
⦁ Finally run a Hard Reset on your mobile phone.
⦁ Ensure you are using the modern version of Firmware for your mobile phone.
⦁ Ensure you use home WiFi (and not a company/public WiFi since they might restrict somehow your internet usage).

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Rogers Note 4 Users Finally Receive Marshmallow

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Notorious for having the slowest release times for software updates, Rogers has finally released Android Marshmallow for Galaxy Note 4 users. Rogers users can finally rejoice along with other Canadian users on carriers such as Bell, Telus, Wind, and Sasktel.

Originally set for the already-late release date of May 25th, fans were dismayed to wake up and find that the date had been pushed even further back for a May 30th upgrade. While some sources reported that the Note 4 should be receiving the 6.0.1 update today, the official Rogers schedule posted on their community forums indicates that the phone will be one of few to receive only the 6.0 update.

If you have a Galaxy Note 4 on Rogers and you haven’t received the update yet, you can manually check for the update by going to:

Settings > About Device > Software Update

If you have limited mobile-data included with your plan, make sure you’re on a WiFi connection because the update is quite hefty in size, taking up 1.5GB of space. You’ll also have to make sure that your device itself has enough storage before you can update.

– Caroline