The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus is one of the most coveted smartphones. The only limitation of the device is that it is network-locked. The good news is that you can quickly remove this carrier lock and use your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus on any network of your choosing. Furthermore, since an unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus allows you to use any local SIM card to make phone calls, it lets you avoid expensive roaming fees while traveling abroad.
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- To unlock your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, first make sure your device is locked. Insert a new SIM card into your phone to ensure that it is locked.
- Also, keep your phone’s IMEI number handy. The IMEI number can be obtained by dialing *#06# on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. You can also try looking up your smartphone’s IMEI number in its settings.
- Now make sure your device is eligible for unlocking request. As the owner of a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, ensure that it has been paid off for at least a month before initiating an unlock request via customer support online or over the phone.
- You would be requested to provide your IMEI number once you have been confirmed eligible.
- On receiving your device’s IMEI number, your carrier will send you an unlock code to enter when you insert a SIM card from a different network.
So that’s how you can transform your Galaxy Note 10 Plus into a network-free device. Insert a SIM card from any network of your choosing to ensure your smartphone is unlocked. If your smartphone shows a signal and allows you to make calls and send messages, it means you’ve unlocked your Galaxy Note 10.
For T-Mobile or MetroPCS Samsung Galaxy Note 10 users
If you own a T-Mobile or MetroPCS Samsung Galaxy Note 10, you must connect your smartphone to the WiFi. Now, navigate to the T-Mobile Folder by selecting Applications. Now choose ‘Device Unlock’ and then ‘Continue.’ The final move will be to click Permanent Unlock and wait for the phone to unlock completely. Now restart your Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
Likewise, you can open your device’s Apps tray and choose Settings. Tap on Connections, then More Connection settings. Now, choose Permanent Unlock or Temporary Unlock from the Network Unlock menu. If you go for the second option, you would need a mobile data connection.
In certain situations, the carrier may refuse or is unable to access your handset. This is most inconvenient for people when they want to travel overseas with their leased Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Luckily, a lot of SIM card unlocking services are widely available online these days. There are several choices, but it is advisable to do your research to find a credible service. Make sure you go through the online ratings and reviews to ensure that they are not cybercriminals attempting to steal your personal data.