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Unlock LG Thrive p506

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By Cellunlockernet11:27 pm May 19, 2011

Unlock LG Thrive p506: How to unlock LG Thrive p506 from Cingular At&t to any GSM network

This is a tutorial and instructions on how you can unlock your Unlock LG Thrive p506 from Cingular At&t to any GSM network.

The new LG Thrive p506 if the right solutions for those that want an Android phone and a touch smartphone.
It has a 3.2″ screen that is super sensitive.  The LG Thrive p506 is a sure winner from Cingular at&t.

Cellunlocker.net is proud to announce we can Unlock the LG Thrive p506 from At&t fast and easy!

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Are you receiving “Sim network unlock PIN” ? Unlock it now!

*Note: if you have previously tried to use a faulty code to unlock this device make sure you have enough attempts to enter the code*

After you have unlocked, it is permanently unlocked even after upgrading the firmware.

Once you unlock your LG Thrive p506 device, you can change to any GSM Carrier.

Simply enter an unlock code to unlock it. You can get the unlock code  HERE

We can eliminate the “Network locked”, “enter network pin” or “network code” or “no simcard allowed” message by sending you an unlock code email

Once you place your order, we will send you via email:

1. LG Thrive p506 Unlock code
2. Unlocking instructions

We require your IMEI number. You can find this by pressing *#06# on your phone as if you are making phone call.

Your IMEI number is always 15-17 digits long.

Once you receive your Unlock Code from us by email, simply follow the instructions below and your phone will be free to use on any GSM network.

LG Thrive p506 Unlocking Instructions:

1. Input a non accepted simcard

2. Phone will display enter “Sim network unlock PIN”

3. Input the unlock code that was emailed to you

4. Phone is unlocked!

* Some models may require a service provider code (sp code)

We also provide you with all the unlock codes you need such as the network lock, service provider lock, NCK, NSCK, SPCK, CPCK, SIMCK,



  1. M Morrow

    Got message “connection problem or invalid MMI code”.

    M Morrow

    • admin Staff

      that means the simcard you are trying to use is not compatible, use a different one

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