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Unlock the Boost Mobile iPhone 5S

The iPhone 5S was released in September of 2013, alongside the iPhone 5C. It was available in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB model variants, and in silver, grey, or gold. The 5S has a 4″ LED-backlit, IPS LCD, touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass. It also has an 8MP camera, 1080p video recorder, and a 1.2MP FaceTime camera. This device currently supports iOS 10.2, and fingerprint sensory technology. Once unlocked, this device can be used with compatible GSM networks only.

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Unlock the Swedan Hutchinson Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

Samsung released the Galaxy S7 Edge in March of 2016, alongside the Galaxy S7. It is available in 32GB and 64GB model variants, and can be externally expanded up to 256GB. The Galaxy S7 Edge has a 5.5″ super AMOLED, curved edge, touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass. This device supports Samsung Pay and Always-On Display as well. The S7 Edge has a 12MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP front-facing camera. With its octa-core processor and 4GB RAM, this model is one of the best on the market right now. It is IP68 certified; water and dust-resistant up to 1.5 meters and 30 minutes. Once unlocked, it can be used with compatible carriers.

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Unlock the T-Mobile USA Samsung Galaxy S6

Samsung released the Galaxy S6 for T-Mobile USA in April of 2015. It is available in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB model variants, and in blue, gold, black, or white. These models do not support external memory. This model currently supports Marshmallow OS, Samsung Pay (for Visa and MasterCard), and wireless charging. The Galaxy S6 has a 5.1″ super AMOLED touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass. It also has a 16MP camera (with a 2160p video recorder), and a 5MP front-facing camera. Its octa-core processor and 3GB RAM contributes to the high efficiency and functionality of this phone. Once unlocked, this device can be used with compatible network providers locally and internationally.

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Unlock the Rogers Samsung Galaxy S6

The Samsung Galaxy S6 was released in April of 2015. It was available in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB model variants – which cannot be externally expanded. It was also available in black, white, blue, or gold. The Galaxy S6 has a 5.1″ super AMOLED touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass, and supports Samsung Pay for MasterCard and Visa. The S6 also has a 16MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP front-facing camera. With this phone, you can simultaneously record HD images and videos, tag your location, and create HD panoramic photos – just to name a few! This device currently supports Wireless Charging. Once unlocked, it can be used with compatible service providers.

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Unlock the Rogers Samsung Galaxy S7

Samsung released the Galaxy S7 in February of 2016. It is available in 32GB and 64GB model variants, and in black, white, gold, or silver. These models can be externally expanded, with a microSD card, up to 256GB. The Galaxy S7 has a 5.1″ super AMOLED touch screen, with Corning Gorilla Glass and supports Always-On Display. This phone also has a 12MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP front-facing camera. The S7 is one of the top Android models on the market this year, with the help of its octa-core processor and 4GB RAM. This device supports Samsung Pay and Quick Charge 2.0. It is also IP68 certified; dust/water resistant up to 30 minutes and 1.5 meters. Once unlocked, you can use your Rogers Galaxy S7 with compatible GSM networks around the world!

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Galaxy S8’s Most Exciting Leaks

Galaxy S8’s Most Exciting Leaks



The Samsung Galaxy S8 is coming soon and it is in the works as we speak. Currently, the S7 and S7 Edge takes the top spot for smart phones around the world for great design, powerful specs, and a fantastic low light camera.

Consumers will always demand more and manufacturers will always do their best to pump out high end specs in a tiny body that seems to cut bits off as we go.


This is the latest round up of Galaxy S8 rumors and leaks.

What we hope to see in the new upcoming flagship is sort of in line with many enthusiasts also waiting for the S8 to launch. Not only is the basic parameters expected such as; more powerful specs, thinner design, bigger battery, new revamped UI, improved ergonomics and additions of software and hardware features not seen in any other device.

We look forward to 2017 where Samsung is expected to release their next flag ship model. If the previous release cycle pattern is followed we should see the S8 device unveiled during Mobile World Congress in 2017. The potential launch date could be February 26 2017.

After the Note 7 situation some say many fans and users lost “faith” while other reports state that not that many users actually left but are willing to return to the next iteration of Samsung’s products. For us personally, we are willing to return and get back on the Samsung band wagon. Of course, because of the problems caused by the Note 7 debacle we expect Samsung to step it up and provide compelling advertisements to lure people back (whether it be a discount for previous Note 7 owners, or a focus on new features that can possibly bring in the wow factor again).

Coming back to the features that are much talked about we expect the S8 to launch in two models: the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy s8 Edge. It is possible that Samsung is looking to release two variants of it. There is potential for Samsung to release a 3rd variant of the device to try and cover for the Note 7 which is now missing from their smart phone portfolio. This could be seen as a large screen Galaxy S8 with S pen technology included.


Galaxy S8 / S8 Edge Display

An important rumor that has been going around indicates that the Galaxy S8 is expected to release only curved displays. It is possible for Samsung to remove a flat screened younger brother from their line up.

Another rumor indicated that Samsung is going for an all screen device which could possible fulfill a 90% screen to body ratio dream. This is an echo of an already existing phone (Xiaomi Mi Mix).

Samsung is a leader in terms of mobile technology along with their display innovations. We would not be surprised to see Samsung go for an all screen display.

Final few details include Samsung getting rid of the home button and 3.5mm audio jack. Samsung may opt to include new technology which enables the entire front display to work as a giant home button via fingerprint sensors embedded directly into the display.


Galaxy S8 / S8 Edge Hardware

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 + 6 GB RAM
  • Iris/Fingerprint sensors
  • Battery Capacity above 3400mAh
  • New and Improved Camera with f/1.4 aperture

We expect the next flagship models to sport the newly unveiled SD830 SoC. This is a powerful new chip made by Qualcomm and unveiled a few months ago. Many claim that 6 GB RAM storage s is the new norm and thus Samsung is expected to follow in suit. Iris scanning, which was first revealed on the Note 7, was not a gimmick and actually worked, and worked very fast in unlocking your device and gaining access to your accounts on various websites and apps using your Iris. We expect this also to be included in all their next flag ship devices.

The battery capacity is a bit difficult to swallow, 3400mAh was found in the Note 7 and the Note 7 had the largest battery pack compared to previous Note devices. However, after the issue with batteries melting down we doubt Samsung would try to increase the battery size unless they can be 100% sure it will be safe. With so much technology packed into a small device we could see that the Li-Ion battery packs face a lot of physical strain with use.

Samsung had a great year in 2016 with their S7 Camera. It featured a dual pixel focus (a spec that is found also in DSLR’s such as the Canon 70D) and an aperture of f/1.7. It was a fantastic camera with excellent sharpness, color reproduction, and very strong low light performance thanks to its wide aperture not found in any other devices so far. Many are looking forward to a camera module with an even greater expectation of high end specs.

An aperture of f/1.4 may be a bit too much for a smart phone but if Samsung can make the delivery smooth and functional this could be a killer feature.     samsung-galaxy-note-7

Galaxy S8 / S8 Edge Software

  • Viv personal assistant is confirmed
  • Android Nougat (7.0 +)

Android Nougat is the future and should be found in any new future devices. It comes with a slew of improvements and adjustments that make our smart phones a lot more efficient. Of course, Samsung likes to skin their UI and add a bunch of functions and software features. Some will like it, some will not but we have noticed that the most recent Touchwiz UX software is cleaner and very nice to use.

On top of this we have seen Samsung confirm that Viv assistant will be included. This AI is expected to compete against Google and Apples own personal AI systems.



All information provided is based off of rumors and leaks, we must take every detail with a grain of sand. However, some things are quite obvious due to their existence and press releases (such as Viv, and the iris scanner). We are excited as much as many other smartphone fans who look forward to the future towards newer and better tech. We simply hope that Samsung can prove to the public that their new flagship will not have fatal issues as the Note 7 did and to topple other smartphones as king again with fantastic features and specs.

How To Unlock LG Phone

Unlock LG Phone

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All That You Wanted To Know About Unlocking Phones

We’ve been using smartphones for about a decade now, yet there remains confusion about

unlocking phones. Are we allowed to, or are we not? And more importantly, is it legal? Read

further to know how to unlock an LG phone:

– What is a phone lock?

A phone lock is a simple software code put on the phone by the manufacturer as per the

directions of the carrier. The lock prevents users from switching carriers – to do so, you will

have to enter another software code that unlocks the device. Most phones support GSM carriers,

i.e. you will have to insert a SIM card to use the phone. To switch carriers, you have to replace

SIM cards. Some phones are CDMA, i.e. they do not need a SIM card and to switch carriers on

these phones you will have to request the service provider. At, we offer to

unlock codes for GSM phones only.

– Different companies have different lock policies:

Before switching network carriers, you will have to make sure that the phone supports a GSM

carrier and not CDMA or LTE. The latter is available unlocked through Verizon, but they’re not

very effective through other service providers. Earlier AT&T did not encourage customers to

unlock – they either delayed or simply refused on some pretext. But now, AT&T does unlock

phones provided you have completed your contract and have paid for the phone. And your

payment records are excellent. You can either spend time and money trying to get help from

your service provider or call us! We’ll unlock your phone in less than 24 hours. All we need the

phone’s IMEI number, make and model – our unlock codes are accurate 95.5% of the time.

Call us to know how to unlock an LG phone. We’ll help you…

Galaxy S7 Edge Christmas Deals

Galaxy S7 Edge Christmas Deals



Samsung Canada is celebrating this Christmas season of 2016 by providing sales on their flag ship model the Galaxy S7 Edge. In the few months Samsung added to their portfolio a Coral Blue version of the S7 Edge device. At this time Samsung Canada is providing sales on their own website. The current deal is as following: A GALAXY S7 Edge with a FREE Gear Fit 2 watch for only 900 CAD. Alternatively the S7 (non edge) which does not have the Coral Blue option is available for 800 CAD still including a FREE Gear Fit 2 watch. We assume that this deal is available while supplies last and even then we do not know how long this will last.


We saw a similar deal during black friday  / cyber monday where they sold the S7 edge for 850 (without the GEAR FIT 2). This is the best price we will see the S7 Edge sold at before they announce the new and upcoming GALAXY S8 device expected sometime early 2017.

Do you think it is a good buy at this time? Should we wait for a better deal or until prices are cut? Let us know what you think below!

Wind Mobile Launches LTE Services with a Rebrand

Wind Mobile Launches LTE Services with a Rebrand


Wind recently launched their new LTE services alongside with a new brand. Freedom Mobile. Their 3G network which runs on the AWS frequency bands is being joined with a new BAND 66 LTE service. The network service should be available in every operable market by August.

Since its acquisition by Calgary-based Shaw Communications, Wind has gained over one million customers since launch under foreign ownership in 2008.

Huge discounts were provided on mobile services within major urban city centers but it runs on a lower end spectrum band that still faces issues such as slow or dropped signals.

The new LTE service is rolled out already in Toronto and Vancouver regions. By 2017 all other areas that the company works in should be covered.

Wind plans range between 25 to 50 dollars a month which usually includes unlimited talk, text, and data plans. The catch is that the network is based on spotty service.


Why the Galaxy Note 7 Explodes

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 catching fire due to “aggressive” designs



According to a company called Instrumental testing has been performed on the device to determine the cause of the exploding Galaxy Note 7. Results show that Samsung has been too “aggressive” with the design making the devices fire-prone. This is particularly related to how the battery was installed as well.

Since it’s release in August 2016 and throughout the next few months where the South Korean giant had to take action through a total recall of all Galaxy Note 7 units users have been reporting a slew of explosions in various locations around the world. Some of these circumstances have video footage, images and various news coverage. Samsung had no choice but to make the better decision to do a total recall.

A manufacturing technology company called Instrumental performed their own testing and tear down of the device. They believe they came upon the reasons as to why the Note 7’s were so fire prone.

The battery is created with a positive layer (lithium cobalt oxide) along side a negative layer made of graphite. There is another layer within the battery that separates these two positive / negative layers. The middle layer allows energy to flow back and forth between the two layers. If the Positive and Negative layers were to physically touch this would generate heat and lead to an explosion.

The aggressive design of the Note 7 to pack the best modules and features in an extremely thin profile contributed to this trouble. When users sit on or put pressure on the Note 7 devices we can see forces acted upon the battery that can lead to a tear in the middle layer. The battery was too large to fit in such a small space. Normally 10% spacing must be provided around the perimeter of the battery. Samsung left no spaces in some spots.

The battery also expands as users charge and use the device. This would put additional pressure on the battery itself as it pushes itself against the frame of the device.

The solution to the problem would have been to include a smaller battery than what Samsung decided. Of course, business wise this would have put Samsung at a disadvantage against Apple. However, this move may have saved Samsung from the great trouble it is still facing today.