Welcome to the T-Mobile Unlock Instruction page. On this page, we tried to give detailed information on how to unlock T-Mobile phones. Unlocking is mostly an easy process and often does not require much technical knowledge. Occasionally, some devices may require special instructions. If available, you can find it on this page. If you have any questions you want to ask or if you encounter any difficulties, you can send your question to us via email or WhatsApp message..
It is very easy to unlock your T-Mobile phone. Insert your new SIM card and turn your device on. Your phone should ask you to enter a Network Unlock Code (also known as Network Unlock Key or Network Unlock Pin) that will remove network (carrier or provider) restriction and unlock your T-Mobile to other providers. Phones that are locked with "Device Unlock App" may not ask you to enter an unlock code. These phones are unlocked with database restriction removal service (Updating phone's lock status as "Unlocked" in carrier/manufacturer databases). Once network restriction status updated (restriction lifted) and you got unlock confirmation email, insert your new SIM card and turn your device on. Set Wi-Fi connection and connect to the internet and device will complete process itself. If you have any questions or having any difficulties, please don't hesitate to contact us.Unlock Code Step by Step Instruction
- Insert a SIM from another Carrier different than the original
- Turn on your Phone
- Your device should prompt you to enter network unlock code
(This code may have different name for different models such as SIM Network Unlock PIN, Network Unlock Key, Network ME Code, SIM Unlock Code .etc. Although the term differs according to the device model, In fact, they are all network unlock codes).
- Enter your unlock code
- Your device confirm it with a confimation message and restart itsefl.
If you get an error message, make sure you entered the code correctly. You may receive an error message due to temporary firmware (software) issues on some devices. In this case, we recommend that you do a full factory reset (master factory reset) on the phone. Master factory reset restores the phone's software to factory settings and fixes temporary firmware bugs caused by updates. Most of the problems are solved after doing a master factory reset.