Select your device!
Call Toll Free: 1-800-507-9077

How To Unlock Samsung Phone

unlock samsung phone

<meta name=”description” content=”Here’s all that you wanted to know about unlocking your Samsung phone”>

<h1>All That You Wanted To Know About Unlocking Your Samsung Phone</h1>

While it is now legal to unlock your Samsung phone, we all know that doing it through your carrier is an excruciatingly long process. And that is probably why so many people choose to remain with their current service provider even if they end up having to pay through their nose, or dealing with rude customer service staff. If you own a SIM locked phone and looking to switch providers, here’s everything you wanted to know about the process:

  • Network carriers make it difficult for you to unlock your phone:

Don’t call the carrier to unlock your Samsung phone. For one, it takes forever for someone to respond when you call in to switch providers. This is intended to put you off the process.

  • AT&T will unlock your phone for users within the contract period, but:

You will have to fulfill several conditions. Besides, they will do it only five times every year. Also, you should not owe them any amount on their accounts. And you must have been a customer for over 60days. And…. the list is endless.

  • Sprint unlocks your phone, but:

You should have been their customer for a minimum of three months.  There are several other conditions that you have to meet. In short, most carriers offer to unlock your phone for a limited time period, but, you will have to prove that you are traveling outside the country.

  • There’s no respite for people who’re not happy with the service provider:

If you are not happy with the carrier’s customer service, there’s nothing you can do. You are also not allowed to switch plans.

  • Unlocking phones is easier and stress-free: offers to unlock your Samsung phone at just half the costs charged by your service provider. We’ll do it within 24 hours time and give permanent unlock codes. The phones are factory unlocked, i.e. they’re not affected by updates.

Looking to unlock your Samsung phone? Call us…

Galaxy S8 Rumored to get Interesting AI

Galaxy S8 Rumored to Get Interesting AI


Many rumors have been circulating based on certain facts that the upcoming Galaxy S8 will feature Samsungs very own AI. This is based off the acquisition Samsung has made over Viv Labs who are the pioneering designers behind Siri. It seems like Samsung has been working on a voice recognition based AI to integrate into not just the upcoming Galaxy phone but to their other product lines such as an advanced refrigerator.

To further the rumors a Wall Street Journal reported that a dedicated button may be added to the S8 just for the AI. A prototype of the device is said to have an extra button on one of its sides that gives instant access to the apparently powerful AI assistant.

Samsung has made hints that their AI will be significantly different from their rivals such as Siri and Google Assistant. Samsung revealed a bit of how the service would work:

“Developers can attach and upload services to our agent,” reported Rhee Injong, vice president executive of Samsung. “Even if Samsung doesn’t do anything on its own, the more services that get attached the smarter this agent will get, learn more new services, and provide them to end-users with ease.”

Unfortunately, due to the Note 7 fiasco it may seem that the traditional release date cycle Samsung has become known for may be shifted. Normally Samsung would unveil their next S series flag ship phone at the Mobile World Congress trade show in February. However, WSJ made hints that the S8 unveiling may come as late as April. We guess that Samsung is leaving nothing to chance and making sure their flagship products will never face the troubles of its short lived elder brother. Better safe than sorry.



LG V20 Available in Canada

LG V20 Available in Canada


2 months ago LG announced their new flagship device; the LG V20. This is the first V series device that will hit Canada for the first time. The LG V20 will be sold by Canadian carriers Videotron and Wind Mobile. Consumers who purchase these devices early will be able to receive a bonus gift which are the Beoplay H3 headphones by Bang & Olufsen. However, there will be limited quantities so first come first serve!

The LG V20 provides users with a powerful suite of multimedia tools deployed at their finger tips. With the inclusion of the quad DAC (32 bit digital to analog converter) for super high-quality audio experiences and a high performance mic for excellent phone recording users would have a lot of fun being creative. The dual camera and steady shot 2.0 is also included to provide seemless video recording and picture taking. The dual rear facing camera is a combination of a 16 MP f/1.8 aperture module and a 8 MP f/2.4 module. There is also included a “wide angle” lens which shows a field of view of 135 degrees. The 5 MP front facing camera views at 120 degrees so you can selfie a lot of friends. The unique design of the LG V20 is the secondary screen which displays notifications and frequently used apps.

In terms of other specifications the LG V20 features the 5.7 inch QHD IPS display and carriers a 3,200 mAh battery. With 64 GB of expandable storage (via microSD) and 4 GB of RAM storage and performance will not be an issue. Speaking of performance the LG V20 utilizes the Snapdragon 820 chipset which is a high end SoC found in other high end flagship phones of 2016. A notable mention is that the LG V20 is the first non Google android to arrive with Android 7.0 Nougat. The LG V20 is Band 66 compatible which allows the phone to work with Wind’s unique AWS-3 LTE network.

At this point only Videotron and Wind carriers this flagship model in Canada, we have yet to recieve any further word from other major Canadian carriers.


Wind is currently selling the V20 for as low as 349$ on the Wind Tab and 999$ outright. Videotron is selling the LG V20 for 249.95$ on a 2 year contract and 1020.95$ outright.



LG V20 “ShatterGate”: What is going on?

LG V20 “ShatterGate”: What is going on?


2016 seems to be a circus for smart phone makers starting with the discontinuation of the Note 7 device for being fire prone. A growing controversy is starting to grasp a new flag ship device that was just released, known as the LG V20.

The LG V20 is a fantastic device manufactured by LG which replaces the LG V10 device. The device features a secondary ticker screen, dual camera system on the back, metallic body, fast snapdragon 820 SoC, replaceable batteries, and a big screen.

Unfortunately, several reports show that the LG V20’s camera glass shatter’s upon small drops, scratches, and possibly from simply putting the phone down.

A Reddit Thread which was created by xAmorphous began gathering all relevant cases which includes youtube user JerryRigEverything’s stress test video which showed the camera unit cracking after a simple scratch test.

A user on Android Central also reported that the camera glass shattered after dropping the phone 2.5 feet on carpet. The troubling fact was that the phone was encased in a strong Otterbox case.

The Reddit thread contains various other cases of similar shattergate situations. The LG V20 is supposed to feature the MIL-STD-810 standard (shock – resistant certification) so the camera glass should not be shattering. As the news is still rather fresh we are assuming that it is a handful of LG V20 units that are affected. We hope to see how LG will react and rectify the situations for those select few, if not them all.

Samsung’s New GALAXY TAB A(6) 10.1 + S PEN

Samsung’s New GALAXY TAB A(6) 10.1 + S PEN

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 inch display with S pen

Back in September amidst the excitement of the Note 7 release Samsung released another budget tablet into the Korean market. This is the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1  that allegedly comes with the S pen and S pen innovation suites that was found on the awesome Note 7. The U.S. release date was also set for OCT. 28 2016. Any release dates for Canada is still not known. You can order them now through various U.S. channels. The device is priced just below the TAB S2 and has significant improvements over the previous iteration’s of the TAB A family.

The Hardware (SPECS)

  • 10.1-inch WUXGA display with a resolution of 1,920×1,200 pixels
  • Exynos 7870 octo-core processor
  • Android Marshmallow 6.0
  • 3GB RAM
  • 16GB of storage
  • Expandable microSD storage up to 256GB
  • 1.22 pounds (553 grams)
  • Wi-Fi-only
  • Antiglare screen with blue light filter

Despite being budget we found that the tablet is worth it due to it’s specs. This is a 10.1 inch tablet which is set to retail for about 350$. The display resolution is better at 1920 x 1200 and comes with the same S Pen stylus with S pen app’s found on the Note 7. The S pen is a great tool which does not need to be charged and utilizes Wacom technology for precise writing and drawing. As the software found on the Note 7 also should exist here users will be able to not only write and draw but also select items, modify, edit, and even capture a portion of your screen as screen shots or as an animated GIF. The new Samsung Notes is also available, which combines previous Note phablet apps such as Action Memo, S Note, and Scrapbook all into one app.

The tablet runs on the Exynos 7870 SoC which run’s alongside of the 3 GB RAM. There is only 16 GB of on-board storage but that is also paired with a micro SD slot that supports storage sizes of up to 256 GB of expandable storage on top. It is rare to see microSD support on tablets now a days.

The Camera is a 8 MP main and a 2 MP front facing camera set up. The device has a 7,300 mAh battery with which Samsung claims can provide you a usage time of up to 13 hours. We will find Bluetooth 4.2 LE and USB 2.0 connections.

The tablet is a WIFI unit but an LTE version is also expected to be released soon into the future.

Should you get it?

Despite being priced lower than Samsung’s flagship Tablet models known as the S series (S and S2) the Tab A provides a strong performing spec on board for a fraction of the price. This device is highly recommended for anyone still in the market for a tablet with the added feature of being able to draw, write and design with the S pen.

Galaxy Note 8 to Come in 2017?

Galaxy Note 8 to Come in 2017?



Samsung has basically confirmed that the Note branding is not dead yet. Despite the burning situation with the Note 7 the brand simply cannot die easily as the situation was, lets face it, self-contained. It is known that Samsung has begun working on the Galaxy S8 device and have already passed various patents for some strange designs. However, the Note brand is worth approximately 51 Billion$ and it is hard to believe that Samsung would disband the Note brand altogether.

Samsungs Discount Program for Note 7 Users

There has been online polls where users voted whether or not they would purchase the Note 8. A surprising number of users have opted yes to purchasing the Note 8. On top of this Samsung has promised South Korean consumers a “Upgrade” program for previous Note 7 owners. This includes current users who will not give up the phone still. Previous owners of the Note 7 in South Korea are able to trade in the GALAXY S7 or S7 EDGE (that they traded for the doomed Note 7 )  to upgrade to the S8 or the Note 8 when available. In addition to this Samsung is providing those users a 50% discount as well. Samsung seems to be using this opportunity to encourage current Note 7 users to trade up to the Note 8 when available. This offer is not yet available in other markets.

The Note 8 on the Horizon

Does this mean that previous owners of the fantastic Note 7 devices can hope to see a similar deal come to their own country outside of South Korea? It is expected that Samsung should make some sort of further announcements in regards to this. The Note 7 debacle caused a lot of damage to Samsung’s immediate future with much certainty. It seems that Samsung is doing their best to minimize the damage by deploying various methods to ensure customer loyalty in their brand. Certainly, if Samsung took that extra step to ensure customer loyalty through a program made available for past users of the Note 7 they can most likely see good results.

We will see.

How to Unlock HTC One

unlock htc one

How To Unlock The HTC One

The HTC One series have been very popular in the US and across the world. In fact, in the US, they are the third largest selling brand after iPhone and Samsung. Users are fans of the phone’s robust mechanism. CNET has even branded this as a ‘near-ideal smartphone.’ You can either buy them directly from the seller by paying for it outright, or purchase a SIM locked phone through the service provider. The latter is more convenient, especially if you are buying it on a student – friendly budget. The only problem with the purchase of a locked phone is when you are traveling outside the country; roaming charges for most service providers is atrocious! Besides, there’s not much you can do about an unresolved dispute with a service provider.

How We Help:

Call us if you are wondering how to unlock the HTC One. We can help you switch carriers without having to pay service charges or other penalty fees. All we need is the IMEI number and your email address; we’ll send the unlock code directly. Within 24 hours, you are free to choose your service provider.

How To Unlock The HTC One:

Follow these simple steps:

• Send us your IMEI number (Dial *#06# on your phone for the IMEI number)
• Send us your contact details, i.e. the email address where you want us to send the unlocked code
• Make payment if you agree to the pricing. Within few hours of receiving the payment, we’ll send the unlocked codes
• Insert the new SIM Code into the device to make sure that the phone is indeed locked. If it is so, you will get a message that says ‘Network Locked. Please contact customer care’.
• Now switch off the phone and restart it. You’ll be prompted to enter a security code.
• Enter our eight digit security code – your phone is now SIM unlocked.

This is a permanent unlock and does not affect the warranty

Call us to learn how to unlock HTC one

Moto Z: Are Mod’s the Way of the Future?

Moto Z: Are Mod’s the Way of the Future?

moto z

The Moto Z device is a new design created by Motorola. It is a thin and fast device that has a magnetic back to snap on “Mod” accessories which we find to be practical and very simple to use.

Debuted in July the premium device called the Moto Z introduced a new way of creative design. This caused waves of opinions among the crowds. This is a far cry to the LG G5 device which fell short on its own implementation of swappable components. The Moto Z offered a better take on Modular implementation which was intuitive and very easy to understand.

Alternatively the Moto Z Play was also released on September where the hardware was reduced a bit while the battery was increased. It is a more affordable variant of the Moto Z.



The Specs of the MOTO Z is as follows:


  • AMOLED display (16M colors) @ 5.5 inches and 2560 x 1440 (~535 ppi)
  • Corning Gorilla Glass 4
  • Android 6 (upgrade to Android 7 available soon)
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 820
  • microSD support moto_mods_insta-share_projetor_and_jbl_soundboost_thumb
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 13 MP, f/1.8 laser autofocus, OIS available camera
  • 5 MP f/2.2 front facing camera
  • 2600mAh Li-ion battery

According to Motorola the “Moto Mods” is more about functionality rather than form. You can snap on a higher capacity battery, an expanded speaker system, a projector, and a robust camera system developed with Hasselblad.

The functionality over form comes from the fact that these “snap on’s” actually add a bit of bulk to the device itself. Without the add on’s we are left with a phone that just feels naked and exposed at the back (with metal connectors). You can snap on a simple back cover where Motorola released a slew of various back cover designs. Nonetheless, we must applaud Motorola for creating the most simple method of using add-on’s on the device. The magnetic snap on’s are much more intuitive compared to the clunky LG G5 which requires you to remove the battery first by sliding it out which effectively disrupts your work flow.


The Moto Z is a powerful device which can easily rival other high end device’s. Even if you opt to not use the mods we are looking at a beefy processor, and high end specs that will easily power through your daily tasks.

The Death of the Note 7

The Death of the Note 7


Following the series of fires, smokes, and battery failures was the worldwide recall of all Galaxy Note 7’s. This involved over 2.5 million units that had to be exchanged for new ones. The trouble did not end here when Samsung began receiving reports that even the replacement units that Samsung had stated it should be “safe to use” began catching fire as well. A Note 7 was reduced to smoke in the cabin of a plane which caused an emergency evacuation on that specific flight. A popular video was released showing how the Note 7 begins to emit smoke in the hands of a woman who ended up fainting from inhaling the toxic fumes. Of course, drastic measures were needed. An official notice was provided by Samsung today that stated the official discontinuation of the Note 7.

The Galaxy Note 7 is officially dead. Samsung has announced this to various outlets including the CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, and Bloomberg. Samsung has permanently halted all production for the Galaxy Note 7. Some speculate with good reasoning that the “Note” brand is also officially over into the future.

The Note 7 was initially released in August but a little less than a month later the night mare of fires emerging from the Note 7’s batteries exploded all over social media and news outlets. After Samsung seemingly contained the situation they resumed sales for the Note 7 on October 1st. We know that the Note 7’s sales did not let up due to the fires. They sold fast.

Samsung has called for “all carrier and retail partners globally” to accept returns and stop sales.

Reuters has reported that killing the Note 7 will be extremely expensive. “This is translated into lost sales of up to 19 million phones, or nearly $17 billion.” This is the reason why many think the Note brand and series is now over due to this huge fiasco.

It is advised for all Note 7 users to return their devices back to Samsung as it is evident that support and future updates are dropped. A future patch may come to force users to return their devices for an exchange or a full refund via their primary sources of purchase. The initially recalled Note 7 devices received a mandatory firmware update that limited the battery capacity and pops up an error message every now and then.

Visit HERE for more information on Samsungs site

Unlock Samsung Galaxy 7 Edge

unlock samsung galaxy s7 edge

How To Unlock Samsung Galaxy 7 Edge

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge was until some months ago, the fastest selling mobile phone in 2016. Samsung sold around 13.3 million phones this year! The phone’s user friendly features, dual edged display, and sleek design were key factors that led to its popularity across the world. But, at $780, it does not come cheap.
Buying them through a network carrier for contract is probably the only reasonable way out. But you’ll be locked in for the contract period (a minimum of 2 years). And moving out of the country entails paying sky high roaming costs. We suggest an affordable alternative – unlock your Samsung Galaxy 7 Edge through us and switch service providers. Here’s how to do it:

– Send us your IMEI code ( Press *#06# on your device to get the IMEI number)

– We’ll scan our database to look for a code for your device

– If the code is available, we’ll send you a message asking contact information

– The code is sent via email as soon as you make the payment

– Remove the SIM card from the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

– Insert the new SIM Card from a service provider of your choice

– Enter the SIM unlock code when prompted

– Your phone will be unlocked in a few minutes

Before you attempt to unlock, make sure that the new SIM card is compatible with the device, and you haven’t attempted to unlock the phone before. Network carriers also offer unlock codes, but only after the lock-in period. Besides, getting through customer service for the unlock codes is a tedious and time consuming process. It takes less than 5 minutes when you do it through us. We
offer them for the lowest price on the internet.

Need help to unlock your Samsung Galaxy 7 Edge? Contact us…