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How to Unlock Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge G925T by T-Mobile

Galaxy S6 Edge G925T Device Unlock App

Why Unlock my Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge?

Unlocking will benefit your device (and your wallet) in many ways – The Top 3 Pros of Unlocking:

  1. Use your device with any GSM Network worldwide without restrictions.
  2. Say “Good Bye!” to Roaming Fees by simply using local SIM Cards on travel.
  3. Increase the value of your phone drastically when selling.

On top of all the mentioned Pros of Unlocking, there are no Cons as Unlocking has no Side Effects on the Functionality of the phone – it just deactivates the Network Lock permanently! :-)

How to Unlock my Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge?

  1. Order the “Device Unlock” service here.
  2. Insert a SIM card from a different Network Carrier than T-Mobile and power on your Phone.
  3. Start T-Mobile’s pre-installed “Device Unlock App”.
  4. Press “Permanent Unlock” and wait a few seconds.
  5. That’s it! – Your Galaxy S6 Edge is now permanently unlocked! :-)

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