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Unlock the AIO Motorola Moto G

The first generation Motorola Moto G was released to AIO in February 2014. The Moto G comes in an array of colors to cater to each individual and their personal style. This device comes with 8GB of internal memory and cannot be externally expanded. However, Google Drive offers 50GB of storage and there’s other alternatives, such as DropBox. This Motorola model has a 4.5″ IPS LCD touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass. It also has a 5MP camera with a 720p video recorder, and a 1.3MP front-facing camera. This device is ideal as an entry-level Android device or as an inexpensive Android option. Once unlocked it can be used with compatible networks around the globe!

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Unlock the Bell Sony Xperia Z

The Sony Xperia Z was released on Bell in February 2013. This is the first device in the Xperia Z series. The Sony Xperia Z has 16GB of internal memory (which is externally expandable, up to 64GB) and a 2GB RAM. Its 5″ touch screen is powered by Sony Mobile BRAVIA to provide vivid images and graphics. The Xperia Z also has a 13.1MP camera with a 1080p video recorder. This camera was the best on any Android device when it was first released. The quad-core processor and Adreno 320 provides faster browsing, faster navigation and an exceptional gaming interface. Once unlocked, this device can be used with any compatible GSM network.

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How to Unlock Your Bell Sony Xperia Z

1. Insert a foreign sim card
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Unlock the MTS LG G3

The LG G3 was released for MTS in June 2014. This is the 3rd successor in the LG G series. This model is available in black or white. It has 16GB of internal memory (which is externally expandable up to 128GB) with a 3GB RAM. The LG G3 has a 5.5″ IPS LCD touch screen with True HD and Corning Gorilla Glass. It also has a 13MP camera with a 2160p video recorder, and a 2.1MP front-facing camera with a 1080p video recorder. The G3 is one of the best Android devices LG has put on the market. With a quad-core processor and Adreno 330, the LG G3 has exceeded expectations and has given Samsung great competition. Once unlocked, this device will work with compatible GSM networks worldwide.

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Introducing the LG G Flex 2

When people were speculating about the release of the first iPhone in 2007, not many believed that Apple would make a phone with a completely flat screen because the very idea of it was outrageous. Considering that it was released in a time where flip phones and buttoned brick phones were the dominant design, it made sense that a flat phone was unbelievable. However, once we all grew familiar with the revolutionizing design, curved phones started to make their way into the market.

LG’s first curved smartphone was the LG G Flex, and we’re sorry to say that it was more or less a flop. It had an underpixelated screen, a creaky design, and not much else. The only thing going for it was the novelty. This year, they released its successor: the G Flex 2. Let’s take a look at how LG did on its second attempt.

Although not named the company’s flagship, the G Flex 2 is a phone packed with enough features to be competition for other flagships such as the Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9.

This phone has vastly improved in comparison to its predecessor. In terms of display, the G Flex 2 now sports a smaller 5.5 inch sized one with 1080 x 1920 403 PPI pixel density. For a non-flagship phone, this is very pretty—in fact, some companies offer this pixel count for their flagship phones, too. We’re a big fan of gorgeous displays, but we’ve always found that the best specs don’t always mean the best experience. In this case, the G Flex 2 doesn’t have the highest number of pixels available, but it’s definitely still a worthy experience. Don’t let the original G Flex turn you off from buying the Flex 2—this new phone is miles ahead of its predecessor.

The phone has a flexible, curved screen with a plastic body. The volume rocker and the power button are again located in the back. This particular design is beneficial for one handed use and those with smaller hands (but want a decently larger sized phone). My hands are on the smaller side of average, but it still felt comfortable in my hands. When using the device in either hand, the index finger rests naturally on the power button, but without accidentally pushing it. The battery door is removable, but the battery itself is not. However, it does come with a 3000mAh battery and fast charging capabilities. It seems like a fast charger is now standard for up and coming new phones, whether the battery is removable. We’re personally glad to see that LG didn’t skimp out in this department even though it’s not their flagship of the year. With battery life being one of the most important factors, a fast charger should sufficiently compensate for the non-removable battery.

We really like that the battery door is coated with a self-healing coating because this means that if the phone is accidentally deposited into the same pocket as our keys, it wont be that big of a deal. Granted, it’s not bulletproof, so larger or sharper things can scratch through it, but it’s a nice safety net that we’re sure everyone can appreciate.

Let’s talk about curves. The G Flex 2 has a subtle curve from top to bottom, making it comfier to hold, easier to slide into pockets, and supposedly better at taking impact when dropped. We found that the 5.5” phone was easier to maneuver with one hand because the slight curve felt more natural in our palms. The rest of the body is plastic to help with maintaining flexibility, but plastic means that the phone is significantly lighter in hand than, say an iPhone 6 Plus or a Galaxy Note 4. If you have girl pockets (you know, the tiny ones), then you’ll probably have the same problem as I did. The phone will not fit in your front pants pockets—however, because it is slightly curved, I found that I could put it in my back pockets without fear of “Bendgate” happening. While the original G Flex creaked and moaned when the phone was flattened, its successor shows no signs of complaint. You can press down the on the phone without fear of damaging it. This is a vast improvement over the last iteration, considering the entire selling point for this phone is focused on its ability to bend, flex, and bounce back into shape.

When we watched movies on the phone, we felt like the unique design added depth. It wasn’t a huge change in terms of experience, but it was noticeable. Even when we browed the internet or even Instagram, everything felt a little more immersive. Maybe it’s because it’s the novelty of a curved screen, or maybe LG’s desired affect is actually working. Either way, it’s pretty cool.

The G Flex 2 uses Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 810 as its processor, and it sports 2GB or 3GB of RAM to back it up. LG offers two variations: the 16GB of internal storage model has 2GB of RAM, and the 32GB version has 3GB of RAM. Either way, the phone offers external memory expansion up to 2TB. like the HTC One M9. The Snapdragon 810 is top-of-the-line and it certainly performs like it. There was absolutely no lag when playing video games with high quality graphics when streaming movies. This phone performs like a flagship phone for sure.

One thing we found lackluster was the camera quality. As previously demonstrated, megapixels aren’t everything, so we were expecting more from the phone even though the snappers only featured 13MP in the rear and 2.1MP in the front. The details of photos were decent, but they turned a little too grainy as soon as there was a little less light available. Even in bright light, the colours seemed muted. The good news is that this phone has dual LED flash, optical image stabilization, and it means the colours are more realistic than saturated, but photos still wont pop out at you. The lackluster colours might bother even the most casual of photographers.

Those who are vying for Android’s latest software update wont need to wait when it comes to this phone. The G Flex 2 ships with Android 5.0 Lollipop, running LG’s own interface. The phone features a “Knock Code,” which means that you can use a specific variation of tapping on the phone in order to turn it on, rather than pressing on the power button. Another funky feature of the G Flex 2 is the Gesture Shot and View. The front camera will detect certain gestures to snap a selfie, and then you can quickly tilt the phone down to view your photo.

Overall, we found that this phone is more than decent for one that’s not named the company’s flagship of the year. The body has vastly improved from last year’s, and its processing power puts it into the competition against other big shots like the Note 4, Galaxy S6, and the HTC One M9. However, we still think that the curved screen only minimally adds to the user experience; it seems more like a gimmick than anything else. Users who are looking for a decent smartphone with flagship capabilities will have many other choices—but users who are looking for a novel experience will find that the LG G Flex 2 will fit your needs.

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Unlock the Koodo Samsung Galaxy Note 4

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was released on Koodo in October 2014. This device is available in black or white and a 32GB model variant only (which is externally expandable up to 128GB). The Note 4 was launched on Kit Kat and is currently upgradable to Lollipop. The Galaxy Note 4 has a 5.7″ super AMOLED touch screen wit Corning Gorilla Glass. It also has Paypal certified fingerprint sensor technology built-in. This model includes a 16MP camera with a 2160p video recorder, and a 3.7MP front-facing camera with a 1440p video recorder. With the octa-core processor, Adreno 420 and 3GB RAM, this device offers functionality and efficiency. Once unlocked, the device can be used with compatible networks around the world.

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Unlock the Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Samsung has released the Galaxy Note 4 in October 2014. This is the fourth successor in the Galaxy Note series. The Note 4 is available in white, black, gold or pink. The device has 32GB of internal memory (which is externally expandable up to 128GB) and a 3GB RAM. This model also has a 5.7″ super AMOLED touch screen with Paypal ceritified fingerprint sensory technology and Corning Gorilla Glass. With a 16MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and 3.7MP front-facing camera, it’s hard not to take a picture of everything you see! Once unlocked, this device will work with compatible GSM networks worldwide.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Unlocking Instructions

How to Unlock Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

1. Insert a Non Accepted Sim Card and Power on Device

2. It will ask you to Input a “Sim Network Unlock Pin”

If you do not receive a Prompt to enter a code or don’t have a Non Accepted Sim card, Go to the dial screen and type “#7465625*638*#”

This will also prompt you to enter the code.

3. Input the 8 Digit Unlock Code Provided

CAUTION: Make sure your device has backed up all database, as this will factory reset your phone!

4. Device will say code accepted and will factory reset.

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Sony Xperia Z3 Compact

When you think of the word “compact,” you typically think of a miniature version of its full sized companion. Seeing the Sony Xperia Z3 Compact, you’re probably thinking “that’s a nice small phone, it probably doesn’t have flagship qualities, though.” You’re wrong.

The Z3 Compact is everything anyone could want in a premium flagship phone, especially if you’re looking for a smaller sized phone in this era of phablets. The Compact was released last year in September, featuring a 4.6 inch screen with an IP68 rating. After reviewing this phone, we are very pleased with Sony’s choices.

Screen, Display, and Body

Sony’s compact phone emerges as a smaller version of their flagship, the Sony Z3. It sports a 4.6 inch display under its shatter proof glass. Its pixel count, sitting at 720×1280 with 319 PPI pixel density is not the highest out there, but the display is still gorgeous. We’re certain that users will not have complaints.

Users switching over from the older iPhones, who have smaller hands, and who just want a smaller phone in general will find that this phone will be the perfect size. Dimension wise, this phone is 127.3 x 64.9 x 8.6mm. It weighs in at 129 g (compared to the iPhone 5S, which sits at 112 g) meaning it will bear a nice hefty weight in your palm. It’s not as weighty as other phones that feature metal frames, but it’s definitely nothing to scoff at.

The Compact has Gorilla Glass in the front and back. The sides are made of plastic with covers for the ports to keep the phone water proof (up to 1.5 meters for 30 minutes). It is available in black, green, blue, and white.

User Interface

The phone ships with Android 4.4.4 KitKat, but is compatible with Android 5 Lollipop. Unlike the Samsung or Nexus phones, the Compact does not have a personalized skin, nor does it run completely stock Android. It runs a mix of both. Users familiar with PlayStation themes will find some design familiarities, but whether you like it will depend on your personal tastes.

Sony’s also taken the liberty to load their personal apps onto the phone. We found them a bit cumbersome and a little too familiar to bloatware, but users switching over to Android from another platform such as Windows or iOS will find the Xperia Transfer app to be very handy. It makes the transition easy and smooth, and was therefore one of our favourite packaged apps.

Camera

The phone’s camera has 20.7MP (with autofocus) and features a maximum of 12800 ISO rating. It has the Sony Exmor RS mobile sensor and is capable of 4K video recording. The front camera, however, looks a little lacking with only 2.2MP. Users will get some of the basic features such as: LED flash, HDR, image stabilizer, geotagging, red-eye reduction, panorama, and 8x digital zoom among many more.

We have reports of the camera performing well in the daytime, but lacking in automatic white balance. Photos didn’t have as much detail as we’d like, and some looked a little too cold to seem realistic—but again, Sony has packed its camera with so many features that users can tweak it however they’d like.

Battery

This phone features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor. While it’s not the most updated processor available from Qualcomm right now, it’s still very impressive and can handle a lot. We didn’t notice any lag at all. It also doesn’t affect the battery life of this phone. It has a non-removable 2600mAh battery that Sony touts will have up to 800 hours on LTE connection. Others reported getting up to two days of battery life out of this phone—and Sony’s website itself advertises 2 days—but we were only able to squeeze about a day and a half (two days only when on Stamina Mode), which is still impressive.

The phone comes with Stamina Mode and Ultra Stamina Mode. When the phone gets down to a certain percentage, the Z3 Compact will ask whether you’d like to turn on Stamina Mode, which is essentially a power saving mode. It will turn off WiFi, data, and throttle performance to save battery. Keep in mind that Stamina Mode only helps when your screen is turned off; WiFi and data will be on as long as the screen is on, so it would not be much help.

Ultra Stamina Mode acts similarly to Samsung’s Ultra Power Saving Mode and severely restricts the usage. You will only get to use a certain select few features, such as calling, texting, and surprisingly, the camera. We noticed that the camera was pretty battery heavy, so we couldn’t decide whether getting to use the camera in Ultra Stamina Mode was a pleasant or unpleasant surprise.

Playstation

The phone can physically connect to your PS4 game controller so that you can actually play your favourite games by accessing your PS4 through WiFi. Sony advertises the PS4 Remote Play to work with only a specific type of controllers for now. We think that this is a really cool feature, but it might be considered bloatware to those who don’t own or aren’t part of this particular niche.

The Z3 Compact is also very deeply integrated with the Sony ecosystem. It comes with a Playstation app so that you can connect to and message your friends—but again, it is useless if you are not a gamer or if you own an Xbox. The other apps, such as the music app (Walkman), Movies, and Album, are all connected to Sony in some way. For example, Walkman connects to Sony’s Music Unlimited and Movies connects to Sony’s Video Unlimited.

Conclusion

This is a really nifty little phone. We love it. Its compact (pun intended) size and button placement make it perfect for anyone who isn’t interested in big phones. In an era where almost every smartphone is going for the biggest baddest display, it’s refreshing to see a smaller phone with all the goodies of colossal one. However, we are not fans of the Sony integration. Some may be fine with how passive it may seem, but even at the downplayed level, it is still bothersome. We’ll admit that some features were useful, but overall, we’d like to see it hidden until we want it.

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Unlock the Rogers Samsung Galaxy Q

The Samsung Galaxy Q is available at Rogers. This model was released on Froyo and is not upgradable. The Galaxy Q has a 3.2″ touch screen with TouchWiz UI. It also has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard to make up for the small screen. However, if you prefer, you will still have the on-screen keyboard once the QWERTY keyboard is closed. The Q also has a 3.15MP camera and a video recorder. Unfortunately not front-facing camera on this one. The Galaxy Q is perfect as an entry-level Android device. Once unlocked, it will work with compatible networks only.

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Unlock the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

The Galaxy Note Edge was released for AT&T in November 2014. The Galaxy Note Edge is available in black or white and in 32GB and 64GB model variants. Both models are externally expandable. This model has a 5.6″ super AMOLED touch screen with a curved edge screen and Corning Gorilla Glass. The Note Edge also has a 16MP camera with a 2160p video recorder and a 3.7MP front-facing camera. The Note Edge has one of the best cameras on an Android device to-date. With its quad-core processor, Adreno 420 and 3GB RAM, this device is the best alternative to the Galaxy Note 4. Once unlocked, this device can be used with compatible networks worldwide.

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