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HTC Unlock Code by IMEI - HTC Unlocking

We have updated the HTC unlock code Database with 27,537,280 new IMEI entries .

With this update, we are now able to source the Unlock Code of no less than 194,795,102 HTC Cell Phones, and almost 99% of latest HTC phone models are available in our Database, including HTC Desire 620, Nexus 9, Desire 816G, One, M8 Eye, Desire Eye, Desire 612, Desire 820, Desire 510, M8, Butterfly 2, One Remix. You can check for free whether the Unlock Code of your HTC phone is available in our Database by using our Widget to get real time status, just visit the widget page to do this: http://www.unlockbase.com/widget/htc.php

UPDATE 2nd Mai 2015: added an extra 576,728 new IMEI entries

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Best and Easiest Phones to Unlock Over GSM Network

When it comes to unlocking cell phones, you need to know whether or not it is CDMA or GSM.  Most carriers in the United States — U.S. Cellular, Sprint and Verizon — use CDMA technology.  T-Mobile and AT&T on the other hand use GSM technology.  To keep things simple, if you want to unlock your phone, you must first identify what carrier the phone was originally used with.  If it was with AT&T or T-Mobile, then you’ll need to go about the unlocking process keeping in mind that the phone operates off of GMS technology.

Here’s a quick look at the best and easiest phones to unlock over a GSM network.

Samsung Galaxy S5

Keep in mind that if you want to unlock your GSM phone, it will have to be used with a different carrier who also uses GSM technology.  To unlock a Samsung S5, first remove the current SIM card and insert one from the carrier you want to switch to.  Now, turn the phone back on. The phone will ask for an unlock code (SIM Network Unlock PIN).  Enter the code that you purchased from a service provider.  If it then asks for a Network Code, enter it as well.  The phone should now be unlocked.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

The Galaxy Note 4 is the flagship for Samsung when it comes to screen size and resolution.  Fortunately, you can easily unlock your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in as little as three steps.  First, give the IMEI number of your phone to a service provider who sells unlock codes.  To get this number, go to SETTINGS >> About device >> Status.  Then, follow the directions given to you by the service provider and type in the unlock code when asked for it.  That’s it; your phone should be unlocked.

HTC One M8

Need to unlock HTC One M8? This is another GSM phone that is incredibly easy to unlock.  Simply remove the nanoSIM and replace it with one from the carrier you want to switch to.  After turning the phone back on, enter the unlock code you received from an unlock service provider, and voila!  Your phone is unlocked and can be used on any GSM network.

For more information on unlocking a GSM phone, check out UnlockBase today.

5 Ways to Unlock the HTC One

Imagine this scenario: you recently obtained your very own HTC One and you immediately fell in love with it. Unfortunately, soon after, you found out you need to switch cell phone providers for a better rate or higher data allowances. In this situation, you might be tempted to scrap it all and find a different phone that closely meets your needs. Fortunately, you can actually unlock your HTC One and use it with an alternate provider in just a few easy steps. Here are three different ways to make this happen.

1. Fight With Your Provider

Although it is not widely advertised, your current cell phone provider has the ability to instantly unlock your phone. You can give the tech support line a call to start the unlock process. Be sure to have your International Mobile Station Equipment, or IMEI, number on hand before calling, as you cannot retrieve it while on a call.

To find this number, you need to locate the about page on your settings menu to locate the phone identity. You will need to prove your identity and ownership of the phone while talking with the technician. After that, the tech will walk you through the unlock process from start to finish.

2. Fill Out an Online Request Form… and Wait

If your cell phone company’s technicians are not forthcoming with information about unlocking your phone, head to their official website to complete the process on your own. You can fill out an unlock request form on the site or begin the process using the provided drop boxes. The downside? This will usually take quite a while; you may not get a response for a few days.

3. Try to “Hack” Your Way In

Want a cheap solution? You might be tempted to try to “hack” your way into your phone. This is often done by contacting a “hacker” on the web or by downloading free software that claims to be able to unlock your device. Unfortunately, this often leaves you with a “bricked” (unusable) phone. It can even damage your computer system, as the “free” software could be filled with viruses and malware.

4. Go to a Service Center

There are usually local service centers available that advertise that they will unlock devices. Usually you will drop your phone off and they will call you back in a few days when it’s unlocked. The downside to this type of service is that it tends to be fairly expensive; you’ll usually be paying two or three times what you would pay through UnlockBase.

5. Get a Code through UnlockBase

If you don’t want to mess with sleazy hackers, expensive service centers or stubborn network providers, you can simply get an unlock code through UnlockBase. The process takes less than 30 minutes; all you need is the IMEI of your cell phone and you’re in business! UnlockBase is less expensive and faster than other options, and it doesn’t carry with it the risks of trying to go through a hacker or unlock your phone on your own.

Finishing Up After the Unlock

No matter which option you choose, you will likely need to wait an hour or two for your phone to fully transfer over to an open configuration. Once you use the unlock code and install the files, you can discard both of those items as your phone will be ready to receive the new cell phone provider information without any further changes.

You may be prompted to update your phone again if any of the integral systems are deemed outdated upon signing up with the new provider. These subsequent updates can usually be performed over the cell or Wi-Fi network. If you are unhappy with the chosen provider, you can switch again by following one of the above options in exactly the same manner.

HTC Unlock Code by IMEI - HTC Unlocking

We have updated the HTC Unlocking Code Database  to 7,993,19 IMEI entries .

With this update, we are now able to source the Unlock Code of no less than 183,868,993 HTC Cell Phones, and almost 95% of latest HTC phone models are available in our Database, including HTC Desire 620, Nexus 9, Desire 816G, One, M8 Eye, Desire Eye, Desire 612, Desire 820, Desire 510, M8, Butterfly 2, One Remix. You can check for free whether the Unlock Code of your HTC phone is available in our Database by using our Widget to get real time status, just visit the widget page to do this: http://www.unlockbase.com/widget/htc.php

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HTC Unlock Code by IMEI - HTC Unlocking

Today is a BIG day for the HTC Unlock Code Industry. Firstly we have merged the  “HTC 2014 Ultra Database” [Tool ID: 601] with our cheapest service “HTC 2009<>2014 Database” [Tool ID: 375]. Next we have reduced the advertised price for all our customers ! And finally we have updated the database to 6,757,306 IMEI entries including the latest HTC M8 phone models.

With this update, we are now able to source the Unlock Code of no less than 175,875,974 HTC Cell Phones, and almost 95% of HTC M8 phone models are available in our Database. You can check for free whether the Unlock Code of your HTC phone is available in our Database by using our Widget to get real time status, just 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 get Instant Delivery 24/7 !

You can check our prices on our Wholesale Unlock Pricing page.

HTC  Factory Code (New Records)

We just added a new service named “HTC 2014 Ultra Database (Not Found Records)” that replace the previous two services for HTC One M8 Unlocking, but this time it also support all “Not Found” HTC (no matter the model). On the top of that this new service deliver code in real time 24/7, just with the IMEI of your HTC.

The HTC IMEI Check Widget is also updated and support this new service.

Unlock HTC One M8

We just add two new services to Unlock HTC One M8 (and Other HTC Not Found)
Service 100% Tested & Working
Unlock by Code – No Cable – Just need the IMEI

Tool Name #1: HTC One M8 – 30% Success Rate (5<>10 Hours) [Tool ID: 601]
Turnaround of Delivery: 5<>10 Hours (Week Days)
Price: €15 or $20 or £12

Tool Name #2: HTC One M8 – 99% Success Rate (12<>24 Hours) [Tool ID: 604]
Turnaround of Delivery: 12<>24 Hours (Week Days)
Price: €29 or $39 or £24

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