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Unlock Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (SM-N930T) from T-Mobile USA

Samsung has skipped Samsung Galaxy Note 6 and gone straight to Galaxy Note 7. It’s described as their kitchen sink phone, as contained within its sleek casing is it comes with everything you could possibly need. It comes with a cool almost bezel-less wraparound 5.7” QHD super screen made of scratchproof Corning Gorilla Glass, and strikes a balance between work and play, enabling users to achieve more than what they thought possible on a smartphone. The phone comes with 64GB of internal memory upgradeable to 256GB.

Key attributes of the Galaxy Note 7

  • The S Pen: With its new 0.7mm smudge-proof silicon tip everything you write, draw, and edit is sharp and to the point. The S Pen also gives users the ability to easily create and share GIF animations with Smart Select, and new Air Command functions, including Magnify and Translate enable users to zoom in on the screen or convert languages by simply hovering.
  • Water repellant: The Galaxy Note 7 repels splashes and dust, and protects against accidental dips in the water of up to five feet for 30 minutes. You can even write when it’s wet with the S Pen.
  • Iris Scanner Security: The new iris scanner means you can keep your most valued items and notes secure with superior protection which is unique to you. With the Galaxy Note 7’s advanced biometric authentication you can opt for fingerprint scanner and iris scanning technology. You can also interchange security options depending on how you use your phone. Taking secure purchasing to another level, the iris recognition technology can also be used to authenticate purchases with Samsung Pay.
  • Cutting edge cameras: The Galaxy Note 7 has a 12MP 2PD Rear-Facing Camera and a 5MP 2PD Front-Facing Camera which are capable of taking pictures even in dull conditions as they have faster autofocus and a lens that lets in 95% of available light.
  • First class entertainment: In addition to the ability to stream HD video in cinema like perspective, by pairing the Galaxy Note 7 with the new Gear VR powered by Oculus, users can experience premium virtual reality almost anywhere. Galaxy Note 7’s Super AMOLED screen and powerful processor delivers a library of apps, photos, games and more to put users at the center of the action.

The T-Mobile deal

Not surprisingly, armed with its handsome new looks, superior functionality and security, it is Samsung’s most expensive phone retailing through T-Mobile at $849.99 if you were to walk in and buy it off the shelf. But if you were to go on contract it can be yours for just $69.99 upfront and $32.50 a month for 24 months. In addition to the phone T-Mobile also tempt you with the choice of a full year of Netflix, a Samsung Gear Fit2, or a 256GB memory card.

Unlock the Galaxy Note 7 today with UnlockBase

The Galaxy Note 7 is Samsung’s top of the line phone, so it makes sense to find the best phone deal to enjoy it. UnlockBase is the web’s leading remote unlock service with the largest database of phones and service providers from around the world.

Even though the Galaxy Note 7 was only launched this month we can still unlock for it you with Device Unlock. It’s an Android app that allows you to request and apply a mobile device unlock directly from the device. This allows you to automatically apply Mobile Device Unlock to the device without using a manual code. Please note that when your phone is locked with “Mobile Device Unlock” it’s totally useless to order an unlock code.

The Android official unlock service for T-Mobile USA is available here:
https://www.unlockbase.com/phone-unlocking-service/tmobile-device-unlock-app-official-unlock/

UnlockBase Software Update v1.2.0.4

After our previous exciting update to Unlock Samsung from Sprint USA, we are pleased to inform you about the release of version v1.2.0.4 of the “UnlockBase Cable Unlock Software”   adding Fast Direct Unlock (Without Root, Knox Safe) for Exynos Shannon chipset Models (see list below). We have also finally released the “Unbranded” version of our exclusive software for all our resellers. Starting today, all the generated licenses will work on the branded and unbranded versions of our software.

List of Samsung Exynos Shannon chipset Models:

  • Samsung SM-G930F, SM-G930K, SM-G930L, SM-G930S, SM-G930W8,
  • Samsung SM-G935F, SM-G935K, SM-G935L, SM-G935S, SM-G935W8,
  • Samsung SM-G920A, SM-G920AZ, SM-G920F, SM-G920I, SM-G920K, SM-G920L, SM-G920S, SM-G920W8,
  • Samsung SM-G925A, SM-G925F, SM-G925I, SM-G925K, SM-G925L, SM-G925S, SM-G925W8,
  • Samsung SM-G928A, SM-G928C, SM-G928G, SM-G928F, SM-G928I, SM-G928K, SM-G928L, SM-G928S,
  • Samsung SM-G928W8, SM-G9287, SM-G9287C,
  • Samsung SM-N920A, SM-N920C, SM-N920F, SM-N920G, SM-N920I, SM-N920K, SM-N920L,
  • Samsung SM-N920S, SM-N920W8, SM-N9208,
  • Samsung SM-J120A, SM-J120AZ, SM-J120F, SM-J120G, SM-J120M, SM-J120FN, SM-J120ZN, SM-J120W,
  • Samsung SM-J320A, SM-J320AZ, SM-J321AZ, SM-J320W8,
  • Samsung SM-A310F, SM-A310M, SM-A310Y, SM-A310N0,
  • Samsung SM-A510F, SM-A510M, SM-A510K, SM-A510L, SM-A510S, SM-A510Y,
  • Samsung SM-A710F, SM-A710M, SM-A710K, SM-A710L, SM-A710S, SM-A710Y,
  • Samsung SM-J200BT, SM-J200F, SM-J200G, SM-J200GU, SM-J200M, SM-J200Y,
  • Samsung SM-J710F, SM-J710K, SM-J710GN, SM-J710MN,
  • Samsung SM-J700F, SM-J700H, SM-J700M,
  • Samsung SM-G903F, SM-G903M, SM-G903W,
  • Samsung SM-A800F, SM-A800I, SM-A800IZ, SM-A800S, SM-A800YZ,
  • Samsung SM-T377A, SM-T377W,
  • Samsung SM-T715, SM-T715C, SM-T715Y, SM-T815, SM-T815C, SM-T815Y, SM-T817, SM-T817W,
  • Samsung SM-N916K, SM-N916L, SM-N916S,
  • Samsung SM-T677A, SM-T677,
  • Samsung SM-G5500, SM-G550FY,
  • Samsung SM-G389F, SM-G890A.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Direct Unlock by Cable Video

For more details concerning “UnlockBase Exclusive Software” please check:

Software Official FAQ: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/unlockbase-software-faq/
The list of the 745 Supported Models: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/supported-models/
ChangeLOG and Software Download: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/change-log-software-download/

You can order a license to unlock one cell phone here: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/
Or for our Professional Customers directly from the “Cable Unlock” section of your UnlockBase Wholesale account.

Introducing Mobile-Base Marketplace (Buy & Sell Cell Phone)

Mobile-Base is a dynamic new site that offers customers around the world a safe, secure and properly vetted buying experience for mobile phones of all kinds and for all budgets. With over two billion mobile phones currently in use around the world, there’s always a great bargain to be had, but when you buy remotely it’s often difficult to know what you are getting.

Buy Cell Phone from Sellers you can trust

Instead of working with Sellers you don’t know or trust, Mobile-Base takes the time and effort to work with cell phone stores and dealers around the world who are keen to work with us. They want to extend the good service and reputation they have built up in traditional bricks and mortar stores and start to offer their products and services online. And because every dealer is checked, buyers can feel confident that they will receive exactly what they pay for.

The site is designed to be easy to navigate, and refreshingly fast to find exactly what type of phone or device you are looking for, or where is the best section for you to sell your own wares. Whether you’re looking to buy, or you want to sell a phone, you can be up and running on Mobile-Base fast.

Tell us what you want, we’ll tell you when it’s available

Whichever model you are looking for from a wide choice of brands, if you don’t find what you want straightaway you can subscribe to the site and we’ll let you know as soon as a seller offers the phone you are searching for.

With each Seller we feature you can quickly check what inventory they have on the site, as well as their pricing history. If you find better value, just move on, Mobile-Base is like a multi storey shopping mall that only sells phones and devices, so there’s a lot of choice.

We make sure everything runs smoothly. Mobile-Base has a a team of ten dedicated mobile phone experts working 24/7 to review and monitor every single deal posted on our site so as to offer maximum protection to our customers, and to ensure prompt and efficient payment for our trusted dealers.

So whether you’re a webmaster or a cell phone store owner, you should get in touch to find out more about our affiliate program and details on how you can make some serious money by trading your phones with us.

Trade older phones and devices on Re-Boot Hill

In addition to selling new or newish phones and devices, you can even buy or sell older products, many of which are rare and no longer in production, in our special section called Re-Boot Hill. There is still a thriving market for older phones, tablets, iPads and other devices, as well as all those easy to lose accessories such as chargers and cables that go with them. And even though these are older products you’re still protected to make sure you get exactly what you pay for. All item descriptions must be accurate and truthful.

Learn handy hints on buying and selling online

In the coming months we’ll be adding informative articles on best practice for buying and selling mobile phones and other devices remotely. There are already articles on how not to get scammed, how to find that all important IMEI, and how you can make money from older devices. You can learn a lot without having to lift a finger.

Tell us what you want!

Rather like a smartphone, Mobile-Base is a two-way communications tool. We tell you what’s out there, you tell us what you want and how you want the site to improve. We’re here to listen to what you need to make ours the best mobile phone market on the web. Check us out!

BlackBerry DTEK50 - The Most Secure Android Device?

BlackBerry is still trying to play catch up with the smart phone some nine years after Apple iPhone started the revolution. Last year it launched Priv, its first high-end smart phone powered by Android, but it was matched with a high-end price of $700, which priced it above arguably the most admired smartphone of them all, the Samsung Galaxy Edge and the iPhone 6s.

Even BlackBerry CEO John Chen admitted that introducing such a high ticket phone was not the best thing the struggling manufacturer could have done. Sales of the Priv were understandably muted and disappointing. So it’s not often these days that the name BlackBerry and ‘what’s hot’ go together in the same sentence. But now BlackBerry has launched its first touchscreen-only Android handset, in a bold bid to diversify its range of devices, and for now at least, it is causing something of a stir in the mobile phone market.

The new phone is called the BlackBerry DTEK50. It’s a smartphone – you can have any color as long as it’s black – which the company claims to offer improved security over rival Android devices, and, at $299 will cost significantly less than its previous handset, Priv.

It is the Canadian firm’s second Android handset after switching focus away from its struggling BB10 platform – for which many of the most popular apps such as Whatsapp have simply given up providing versions. One analyst has described the new phone as the “right move” but that the company still faced an “uphill battle” with devices. And unlike the Priv, the DTEK 50 does away with BlackBerry’s signature physical keyboard and opts for a full screen.

The company said it would go beyond selling the phone through carriers and offer the DTEK 50 through security resellers and other distributors as it angles for more business customers. While the Canadian carriers will sell the phone, in the US the DTEK 50 will be sold through Best Buy, B&H and Amazon.

The DTEK’s main claim to fame is as the most secure Android smartphone you can buy. It features a 5.2-inch scratch resistant display, runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and there’s a convenience key which you can map to your favorite app and much more. BlackBerry has hardened the OS on the DTEK50, and added a secure boot process to ensure that it is the most secure it can be.

The DTEK50 can make suggestions to improve your phone’s security as well as give you much more information about what each app is doing, and what social media your apps are accessing. The phone also has unique internal hardware, with its chips protected by cryptographic keys to prevent tampering and thwart any would be hackers. An important advantage if you are one of the many who has switched to mobile phone banking apps. It was recently reported that mobile phone banking apps now outstrip traditional visits to banks and online banking via PC combined. So for that reason, a truly secure mobile phone such as the DTEK50 could be well worth investigating.

The phone has 16GB of storage and 3GB of RAM with a MicroSD that can take up to 250GB of extra capacity. The phone has a 13 megapixel rear facing camera and an 8 megapixel front facing camera for selfies with geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR, and panorama.

The BlackBerry DTEK50 phone is expected to be released August 8th, and only time will tell if BlackBerry has a winner on its hands for the first time in too long. New physical keyboard phones are also said to be in the pipeline.

A brief history of the Cell Phone

We think of cellphones as being very much a 21st century invention. And there is no doubt they have become indispensable to our everyday lives, all around the world. Modern cellphones or smartphones as they have become known, are used as a means of instant communication, whether by phone, text, email, instant message, or Skype. For video gaming, for music, for photography, even for finding our way to the nearest take out at 2am in the morning.

As more apps are developed, they become more crucial to our everyday lives. But did you know that wireless technology has actually been around since the early 1900s? No? Then you need to arm yourself with our brief history of the cellphone.

Wireless Technology in the Early 1900’s

It all started with one Nathan B. Stubblefield in the year 1908. He was a self-described “practical farmer, fruit grower and electrician” and also an inventor who was granted a patent by the US government to develop a wireless telephone technology system. Fast forward to 1921, and the first use of a radio telephony service became available on first-class passenger trains on the Berlin-Hamburg route in Germany.

Stubblefield (1908) with his later, induction, wireless telephone

Stubblefield (1908) with his later, induction, wireless telephone

Meanwhile, not to be outdone, in the United States, the first radio receiver was created by the Galvin Manufacturing Company, and soon became known as the Walkie Talkie. The model was referred to as the Motorola SC-300. The Walkie Talkie was quickly adopted by police departments as it delivered a means of constant communication, even while the police were out patrolling the beat.

Mobile Phone Technology after World War 2

The first official “cellphones” although not as we know them today, were first used by the Swedish Police in 1946. They worked by means of connecting a hand-held phone to the central telephone network. These early cellphones were separate to two-way radio phones that were commonly used in cars and taxis as a means of portable communication. There was just one problem with these phones, they could only make 6 calls before the car’s battery was drained!

Modern cell phone technology closer to what we recognize today, started when the appropriately named D.H. Ring from Bell Labs created hexagonal cells for mobile phones in 1947. Later, another engineer from Bell Labs came up with the idea of cell towers that would transmit and receive signals in three directions instead of two. However, rather like aviation design, electronics and other technologies take decades to mature. For instance, the electronics that were used in the first real cell phones were first developed in the 1960’s. In 1950, radio phones were used by the US military for communication and civil services.

1947 Paper That First Described a Cell-Phone Network

1947 Paper That First Described a Cell-Phone Network

Cellphone Development in The ’60s

The electronic parts and components that are used in today’s generation of cellphones were developed during the 1960’s. Yes, cellphone technology was already available in the 60s, however its use was only restricted because the cell areas were only base stations which covered a limited land area. During these times, calls could be made, but if the cellphone user traveled beyond the boundaries of the cell area, the signal got blocked or went dead. Of course that can still happen today but cellphones can cover a far wider area.

Cellphones in the 70’s and 80’s

In 1970, Amos Edward Joel, who also was another engineer at Bell Labs, developed the call handoff system. This technology facilitated phone calls from one area to another that would not be dropped. By 1971, AT&T, requested a public cellular phone service from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), but that request was only processed a decade later. The advent of analog cellphone service began in 1982, and this continued until 1990.

In 1983, Motorola unveiled the first truly portable cellular phone to the world. It was called the Motorola DynaTAC 8000X, also known as the Brick. This was they type of phone Michael Douglas used in the movie Wall Street. The FCC approved it in the United States. Motorola developed the technology for cellular phones for decades and this particular phone took 15 years to come on the market at a cost of over 100 million dollars.

Michael Douglas (as Gordon Gekko in the movie "Wall Street") holding a Motorola DynaTAC

Michael Douglas (as Gordon Gekko in the movie “Wall Street”) holding a Motorola DynaTAC

Cellphones become smartphones – 2007 to present

Just prior to the new millennium in 1999, the first-ever fully-fledged Internet phone service was introduced by Japanese company NTT Docomo. The following year, mobile phone advertising first appeared in Finland, when a free SMS text service was launched, and was sponsored by advertisers. Cellular phones from the early 1990s are considered second generation (2G) and they were able to work on mobile phone systems such as GSM, IS-136 (TDMA), and IS-95 (CDMA). Digital mobile phone networks were in use in the United States in 1990 and in Europe by 1991.

Cell Phone Evolution

In 2001, the pre-commercial 3G trial network was also launched by NTT Docomo, and soon after, Sony and Ericsson agreed to create a joint company, which was called Sony-Ericsson, for the development and manufacture of high-end cellphones.

Just as 3G became accepted worldwide, and phones were designed around the capabilities of the speed and services it could provide, along came 4G in 2011.

When we look back on the introduction of the Apple iPhone, one of the earliest smartphones in 2007, everyone hailed it as a complete revolution, enabling music, photography and instant messaging, yet all this was managed on 3G, and in comparison to today’s high speed 4G broadband access, today the first Apple iPhone would seem incredibly clunky, underpowered and slow.

With the introduction of 4G mobile broadband (short for 4th generation) in Korea as early as 2008, smartphones of today act as efficiently and effectively as laptop computers, while still remaining wireless. This allows mobile phone users to access the full internet just as they would on a computer without any decrease in speed or the dropping of any data. If you think back to early websites adapted for mobile, they were slow, prone to stalling and generally frustrating to deal with. In the last couple of years, apps have been developed for popular websites such as Facebook, Twitter and Amazon that actually work better and look better than their desktop based counterparts. For now, the 5G network is the fastest mobile broadband network available.

Wireless Speed Evolution

The technology behind the 4G network is either WiMax or Long Term Evolution (LTE). WiMax uses a broadband network over a wireless connection. LTE, on the other hand, transfers data using IP connections. Essentially 4G creates an IP address for every mobile device.

And what about the future of broadband transmission and advances in smartphone technology? There are great plans underway but we will leave that for another posting…

Unlock Samsung Galaxy Core Prime from T-Mobile USA

If you insist on Samsung quality but you don’t want to pay Samsung’s high-end phone prices, the entry level Galaxy Core Prime could be just the phone you’re looking for. It’s an all-plastic phone that manages to look and perform dependably above its weight. Its slim line good looks are inspired by some of Samsung’s bigger, more powerful phones, so while it is a budget model, it doesn’t perform like a budget phone.

The build quality is good, with smooth curves and a brushed metallic bezel and the battery is removable so you can add up to 128GB of storage via the microSD card slot that sits on top of the single micro SIM slot.

The phone runs on a 1.2GHz quad-core processor – a SnapDragon 410, with Adreno 306 graphics, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage (5.3GB is usable). In general use the phone performs at a good rate but for some heavier apps there can be slight delays when launched. At 4.5” inches, the WVGA screen is also smaller than some of the currently popular 5.5” phablet style phones, but it certainly makes up for lack of size with ease of portability as it could comfortably fit into a shirt pocket, so it’s perfect to carry around for summer months wearing just shirtsleeves.

The Samsung Galaxy Core Prime has 4G LTE data speeds so you can stream high-quality videos, video chat and share photos with friends. It runs on the Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system with the TouchWiz interface to make navigating simple.

As far as picture power is concerned, the phone has a front facing 2MP camera for easy selfies and a higher quality 5MP camera on the back with Auto Focus and a rear LED flash.

Battery power is boosted when it’s in Ultra Power Saving Mode; the battery continues to power the phone even when it’s critically low. It works by turning most of your screens to black and white and shuts off nonessential apps, so your smartphone still works when you need it.

T-Mobile USA was selling the Galaxy Core Prime for cash for $139.99 or just $5.84 per month with no money down.

Unlock your Samsung Galaxy Core Prime (SM-G360T) with UnlockBase

 

You may want the phone, but not necessarily the service provider, but with UnlockBase, that’s not a problem. UnlockBase is the leading online remote unlock site, with the largest database of phones and service providers around the globe. You can unlock your Galaxy Core Prime quickly, easily and cost efficiently for $19.90 using the Mobile Device Unlock App, the Android official unlock for T-Mobile USA: https://www.unlockbase.com/phone-unlocking-service/tmobile-device-unlock-app-official-unlock/

Device Unlock is an Android app that allows you to request and apply a mobile device unlock directly from the device. This allows you to automatically apply Mobile Device Unlock to the device without using a manual code. Please note that when your phone is locked with “Mobile Device Unlock” it’s totally useless to order an unlock code. Just ensure your phone is clean, and not reported as lost or stolen.

Unlock Samsung Galaxy J7

With its Super AMOLED display, the highly successful and value for money mid-range Samsung Galaxy J series offers quality and performance capabilities that would have been considered high-end even just two or three years ago. The J7, bigger brother to the J5, enables you to upgrade your photo-viewing, video-watching and gameplay sessions with rich, true-to-life color reproduction and an exceptional contrast ratio for deeper blacks.

The Samsung Galaxy J7, which was introduced a little earlier this year, features an immersive 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED display, a 1.7GHz Octa-Core Exynos 7870 SoC, with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of on-board storage, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front camera, and a 3,300 mAh battery. MicroSD support is also included, as is LTE network connectivity. Running on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, T-Mobile and MetroPCS, the two major service providers that stock the J7, have different marketing strategies to entice you to buy the phone, and both of them are tempting.

T-Mobile USA offers the Samsung Galaxy J7 for only $239.99, and comes with a second phone free provided you pay with a prepaid MasterCard credit card. While MetroPCS USA does not offer a free second phone but opts instead for a super low price for the J7 of just $179.00.

Whether you’re watching an HD streaming movie or reading a book, the Samsung Galaxy J7 is more involving thanks to the large 5.5″ HD Super AMOLED display. And while the 13MP main camera captures clearer photos, the 5MP front camera gives you fast and flattering selfies even in low light conditions. The 3,300 mAh battery has the power to keep up with your demands. The phone comes with in-built Ultra Data Saving which compresses data and restricts background apps from chewing up too much data, thereby supplying an unfailingly fast and cost efficient 4G experience.

Unlock the Samsung Galaxy J7 with UnlockBase

UnlockBase, the web’s leading unlock remote phone unlock service, can quickly and cost efficiently extricate you from T-Mobile, MetroPCS or just about any service provider around the world from which you wish to unlock. If your Samsung Galaxy J7 comes from MetroPCS USA or T-Mobile USA then it’s most likely your Cell Phone is locked with “Device Unlock App” and not asking for an unlock code (SIM Network Unlock PIN). In this situation it’s really important to order the unlock of your device using this special service:

For T-Mobile USA:
https://www.unlockbase.com/phone-unlocking-service/tmobile-device-unlock-app-official-unlock/

For MetroPCS USA:
https://www.unlockbase.com/phone-unlocking-service/metropcs-device-unlock-app-official-unlock/

Most customers are able to quickly and cost effectively permanently unlock their phone within 5 minutes using the app. However, should any problems arise, UnlockBase also offers a 24/7 365 day a year service center manned not by robots but living, breathing human beings ready day or night to help answer your questions. UnlockBase also offers a 100% money back guarantee if you are not delighted with the service, and, should you find a genuinely cheaper like for like deal elsewhere UnlockBase will either match it or better it.

HTC Unlock Code (Instant Delivery) - Massive Update

We have updated the HTC unlocking code Database with 8,576,428 new IMEI entries, last update was in Mars 2016.

With this update, we are now able to deliver instantly the Unlock Code of no less than 217,258,869 HTC Cell Phones. Almost 99% of latest HTC phone models are available in our Database, including the last models from the brand:

– HTC 10 & 10 Lifestyle,
– HTC Butterfly 3,
– HTC Desire 326G Dual SIM,
– HTC Desire 520,  526, 530,
– HTC Desire 628, 630,
– HTC Desire 728 Dual SIM
– HTC Desire 820G+ Dual SIM, 820s Dual SIM,
– HTC Desire 825, 828 Dual SIM, 830,
– HTC One E9s Dual SIM
– HTC One M9+, One M9+ Supreme Camera, One M9s,
– HTC One ME and One X9.

Don’t want to waste time? You can check for free whether the Unlock Code of your HTC phone is available or not in our Database by using our Free Widget to get real time availability! Just have your unique IMEI ready and visit the widget page to do this: http://www.unlockbase.com/widget/htc.php

Order the Unlock Code for your HTC Cell Phone with UnlockBase and enjoy Instant Delivery 24/7 !

Unlock Software Update for Samsung from Sprint USA

Today we released the version V1.0.2.3 of the “UnlockBase Cable Unlock Software” adding Direct Unlock support by Cable for Samsung Cell Phone from Sprint USA. These used to be “Hard to Unlock” but only until today! Now you can unlock Samsung from Sprint with our exclusive software using the original USB Cable of your Samsung and a computer running under Window. Cherry on top: NO ROOTING involved in the process! The exact list of supported models from Sprint are showed below:

  • Samsung Galaxy S4 [SPH-L720],
  • Samsung Galaxy S5 (Sprint) [SM-G900P],
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 (Sprint) [SM-G920P],
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (Sprint) [SM-G925P],
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ (Sprint) [SM-G928P],
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 (Sprint) [SM-G930P], HOT
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (Sprint) [SM-G935P],  HOT
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (Sprint) [SM-N900P],
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (Sprint) [SM-N910P],
  • Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (Sprint) [SM-N915P],
  • Samsung Galaxy Core Prime (Sprint) [SM-G360P], HOT
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 [SM-T217S].

For more details about “UnlockBase Exclusive Software” please check:

Software Official FAQ: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/unlockbase-software-faq/
List of the 636 Supported Models: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/supported-models/
Official ChangeLOG & Download: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/change-log-software-download/

You can order a license to unlock one cell phone here: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/
Or from the section “Cable Unlock” of your UnlockBase Wholesale account…

6 great reasons your cellphone needs a screen protector

At UnlockBase we deal with more types of cellphones than people even know exist. We handle all the big name brands as well as several lesser known brands. We offer the largest database of cellphones and service providers on the web, and we advise hundreds of customers each and every day about all kinds of topics, from how to unlock their phone to how take care of their phone.

Here then is our expert advice on the best post-purchase care of your device when it comes to the all-important screen. You’ve just bought or signed up for the gleaming new cellphone, but after just five minutes of use the screen can easily become a smeary, sticky mess of bacteria and fingerprints. With an unprotected screen, after just a few weeks, hairline scratches can start to appear from those times the phone scraped your keys in your pocket or you placed your phone front side down. Then there’s the dust, or the damage from UV rays, or maybe the eye searing glare from the screen when your insomniac boss calls you at gone 2am to check on stuff he could have asked you during the day.

Since the glass screen is one of the most vulnerable parts of a costly cellphone it makes sense to protect it with a good quality screen protector. But before purchasing just any screen protector, consider what type of protection you need. If you use your phone mainly for business you might want to consider a screen that protects your privacy, or if you use it at home during your leisure time, you may simply need a screen protector to protect against scratches, dirt, and sticky fingerprints.

As with many modern developments that have since become household products, the United States military first used a similar transparent coating to protect helicopter blades and electronic displays from abrasive airborne particles in harsh environments. Screen protectors are made from a an extremely thin clear plastic material that covers the screen of your phone so perfectly that users often do not even realize they have a screen protector on their phone. In the early days, screen protectors could be rather fiddly as they had to be trimmed to size, but today’s versions come pre-trimmed and punched to fit a wide range of cellular devices. Here are 6 top reasons you should put a screen protector on your phone.

  • Screen Protector For Better Privacy

With a privacy screen protector prying eyes are unable to read your private data when out in public. That’s because the information on your phone is visible only to you as you are directly in front of the screen looking straight at it. When the phone is tilted at an angle, however, the contents of the screen become masked, keeping electronic data confidential and blocking the view from nosey neighbors in the subway or on the coach.

Privacy Screen Cell Phone

  • Screen Protector As A Handy Mirror

Need to check your appearance or freshen up before an important meeting? When the phone’s screen is turned off, the screen protector creates a mirror-like finish if you choose a reflective style screen protector. But once in use, all you see is the screen of the phone.

Mirror Screen Cellphone

  • Screen Protector To Reduce Glare

Anti – glare screen protectors use a matte finishing coat and diffusion thereby breaking up the reflected light that is given off the screen’s surface. An anti-glare protector reduces eye strain and avoids you having to squint due to the harsh glare. They also improve visibility outdoors or in brightly lit conditions.

  • Screen Protector To Resist Fingerprints

With a fingerprint resistant screen protector, screens stay clean looking without having to constantly clean them, at the same time eliminating the use of harsh cleaning agents that can damage the screen’s surface and bright glossy finish.

Anti Glare & Anti Fingerprint Cell Phone Screen Cover

  • Screen Protector To Guard Against Bacteria

Constantly touching the screen surface with your fingers is going to create mold, while climactic conditions can create mildew that causes stains, odors, and other problems. A specially formulated coating on an anti-bacterial screen protector kills over 99 percent of common bacteria by preventing its growth and transmission. The perfect choice for those working in hospitals, schools, and other public places where bacteria can breed and where cleanliness is of prime importance.

  • Screen Protector To Prevent UV Damage

Anti-reflective (AR) screen protectors offer UV and glare protection by filtering out UVB rays while eliminating glare from sunlight thereby optimizing the screen’s readability with minimal eyestrain.

 UV Protection Cell Phone Screen Cover

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