Unlocking a Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is not impossible. In order to achieve this and get the needed code, you will have to follow a few simple steps. You will be able to learn the best way of unlocking your device without undergoing any additional cost.
Let’s make one thing clear – you don’t need to spend any money on unlocking your smartphone. It is important to note that some professionals may charge up to 40-50 USD in order to provide you with the necessary unlocking code. You might even come across a heftier price, depending on your network.
Our unlocking tool, on the other hand, works fast and is 100 % safe. To see proof of how simple the whole procedure is, please visit our unlocking tool page and watch the tutorial, which will show you how to unlock your Samsung Galaxy Note 20.
In doesn’t matter where in the world you are or which carrier you have chosen – your Samsung Galaxy Note 20 device will be successfully unlocked. When you buy your LG device from Orange, Vodafone, Sprint, T-Mobile or AT&T, it might come locked, which stops you from using it in case you switch the carrier and until your contract expires. You can ask for it to be unlocked, but your request will often be declined.
This is the reason why we decided to put together this unlocking tool. By using it, you will set your Samsung Galaxy Note 20 device free and be able to use any SIM card you would like with it. Keep reading if you want to know more about the whole process and learn some tricks on how to make the best decision possible during a sale, since you might be able to get a lower price on a device that is unlocked.
It’s important to know that this procedure is legal and will not result in voiding your contract or device warranty and you will remain with the same package, for which you have been paying. Your smartphone can be unlocked even if you currently owe a balance!
The Best Way of Unlocking your Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Device is by Using IMEI
You can use your IMEI with our unlocking tool in order to set your Samsung Galaxy Note 20 free. Once you have generated the code you will be using for unlocking, you will have to choose one of the ways of entering an NCK code into your device. Please read this article in order to learn how to do that.
The easiest approach, which takes only a couple of minutes and requires no technical knowledge, no installation of software and no plugging of cables is via IMEI. Another way to achieve your goal is by using software and hardware, but this approach poses a risk of damaging your Samsung Galaxy Note 20. Our recommendation is to stick with the network unlocking, also reffered to as the IMEI unlock approach.
3 Easy Steps Which Will Unlock Your Smartphone
Before getting started, you will have to visit our unlocking tool page by clicking here. There you will find easy instructions on how to unlock your device, or if you don’t feel like reading, we have also provided you with a tutorial.
First step: entering your IMEI number. Firstly, you will have to enter the IMEI number while in our site. The easiest way of finding your unique IMEI number is by dialing *#06# after which a 15-digit code will appear on your screen. Enter it into our tool and click Submit.
Second step: choosing your network provider and the country where you are located. Secondly, you will have to pick the carrier which has locked your device (e.g Verizon). Next, choose your country – our tool will be able to work its magic no matter the carrier or where you are located. If you are unsure which network to choose, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We look forward to assisting you, if needed.
Third step: generating the unlocking code. The last step is for our tool to generate a unique unlocking code, which takes into account all the information you have entered in the previous steps. You will receive straightforward instructions on how to unlock your Samsung Galaxy Note 20, using the generated code.
Once you click this button you will be redirected to the device unlocker page. There you will find more information on how to successfully unlock you smartphone.