Do you have a cell phone with the home screen of a specific operator? Do you know if it will work in your country or with any NanoSIM? The smartphones Currently they bring a series of features and stand out not only for their design, but also for their performance, battery, among others.
However, one of the questions second-hand smartphone buyers always ask is whether the android device It is released or not. Well, at MAG they take all the doubts out of you so that you know in case you want to sell your terminal.
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HOW TO KNOW IF MY ANDROID CELL PHONE IS UNLOCKED OR NOT
- If you have a cell phone that shows the operator’s logo on the home screen, don’t worry, your device may be unlocked.
- In that case, you must have a NanoSIM from another operator at hand.
- When you place it and see that there is both a data and call signal, it means that your operator is released.
- Currently the vast majority, if not 100%, of Android terminals are released ready to be used in different countries of the world.
- Therefore, you should not worry if your smartphone has been purchased from Movistar, Entel, Bitel, Claro, etc.
- Also, if you have purchased your Android cell phone in the official stores of the phone brands, don’t worry, you are guaranteed that your mobile device is unlocked.
CODES TO KNOW IF YOUR ANDROID CELL PHONE IS RELEASED OR NOT
- Huawei: To do this dial *#*#2846579#*#*, then in the menu, select Project Menu, Network Settings, SIM Card Lock sate query. If “SIM Card Lock state NW_LOCKED” is displayed, you have a unlocked mobile.
- Samsung: Dial the code *#7465625#. If “OFF” appears in capital letters, it means that it is free.
- LG: To do this, go to Settings, about the phone, Software information. If the section “Software version” ends in “EUR-XX”, it is released.