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:
For MetroPCS USA:
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.
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.
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Today we released the version V184.108.40.206 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…
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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
One effective way to beat your competition is to buy them. This seems to be the strategy of Australian born USA based entrepreneur John Milton, CEO of UnlockBase, the largest cellphone unlocking site on the web. In the past month he has bought gsmliberty.net and now his latest acquisition is Unlocking.com.
Unlocking.com was founded by Irish entrepreneur John McLaughlin in 2002, and was originally known as uniquephones.com. The site was subsequently sold in May 2011 to Vietnam born, Australia based Nguyen Thuy Hoang. Mr. McLaughlin was among the first site owners to unlock Apple iPhones in 2007. Mr. Hoang has since diversified and has the exclusive right to sell MBAs from the UK in a number of Asian cities. Hoang bought the cellphone unlock site in 2011 but admits he struggled to make his investment profitable due to the complexity and ever evolving nature of the cellphone unlock industry.
“Make no mistake, cellphone unlocking is a tough and fast moving business” explains Mr. Milton. “If you’re not right on top of what you are doing it simply won’t work for you. At UnlockBase we pride ourselves on having some of the best reverse engineers in the business as well as a fast and responsive customer service that is open 24/7 365 days a year, always with a human being present to help and quickly resolve problems.”
Unlocking.com started out as a small project to allow users to “modify” their handsets. The site created tools to allow customers to change fonts, edit menu text, and change default clipart on their handsets for free. They then reverse engineered any Nokia handsets they could find. During this time the owners discovered all sorts of hidden data on the hand sets, including how they could be unlocked. In the winter of 2002 Unlocking.com was the first company in the world to offer phone unlock codes online. Within a few weeks the site was unlocking 8,000 handsets per hour, all for free. They only began charging users for unlocking in October 2004 and in the summer of 2006 they started to expand beyond Nokia.
Today Unlocking.com enjoys global reach aided by numerous online publications. The site has been featured in Google News, The Irish News, The Washington Post, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal as well as Polish, Norwegian and Austrian newspapers and magazines. This has resulted in an impressive 4 million unlock codes delivered to customers in 165 countries. The site supports several handsets from over 750 carriers worldwide.
John Milton indicated his potential interest in purchase Unlocking.com began as early 2013. Eventually Mr. Hoang reached the decision to sell after some three years and Mr. Milton managed to acquire it for a quarter of what Hoang bought it for 5 years earlier.
“We will now absorb the Unlocking.com database into our own.” said Mr. Milton. “As with gsmliberty.net, we anticipate unlocking.com customers will be delighted with the service we can offer. We like to be competitively priced, quick to react, versatile and offer what we believe is the largest database of phones and service providers anywhere on the net. I admit it is hard for some smaller sites to compete with our product offering – but we have been doing this a long time – fully 15 years.”
UnlockBase operates worldwide and frequently receives cellphone unlock requests from countries as small as Kiribati, or as wealthy as Kuwait. To assist customers, the site offers a full suite of online paying services. This is of great importance where customers live in countries without easy access to credit or debit cards.
This is an oldie but goodie from Sony Xperia, and was originally released in the United States in October 2014. Yes, in cellphone terms that’s an ice age ago, but the Sony Xperia Z3 remains a popular phone to unlock, and a fast seller on eBay and other auctions sites.
The Xperia Z3 hails the entry for Sony of design aesthetics such as a curved bezel. Like its predecessors, the Xperia Z3’s design consists of a metal frame with a glass backing; with the metal frame being rounded, while the device itself is slightly slimmer than the earlier Z2. Equipped with a near phablet sized 5.2” FHD screen, the Sony Xperia Z3 carries slightly higher IP ratings for water and dust-proofing than the Z2. With a 1080p display and a density of 424 ppi, it also features Sony’s “Triluminos” technology.
Incorporating years of Sony camera expertise, the Xperia Z3 includes Cyber-shot and Handycam technologies for bright, crisp, and super sharp photography. The rear facing camera is a mighty 20.7 Megapixels with a Sony Exmor RS image sensor, along with improvements to “SteadyShot” and “Intelligent Active” modes. It also has ISO 12800 sensitivity, enabling you to capture moments in low light.
The phone comes with a 2.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 system-on-chip with 3 GB of RAM, with Google Android 6.0 (Marshmallow). The Z3 includes a non-removable 3100 mAh battery with up to two days of battery life. The phone runs on a single nano sim card upgradeable to 128GB via the microSD slot.
Unlock your Sony Xperia Z3 with UnlockBase
At the time of its release in the fall of 2014, the phone was compared favorably with the Samsung S4. The phone was on the market offered by T-Mobile in black, and some of these phones are still locked with an RSU App. If this is not what you want and you are keen to get rid of it, UnlockBase can help.
With the largest database on the web for phones and service providers, UnlockBase will not be beaten on price. For just $29.90 we can unlock and free up your Sony Xperia X3 in less than 24 Hours using the official Android Official Unlock for T-Mobile USA. Before you order the app make it’s important to make sure your phone is free of any viruses and is not blacklisted, or else the app will not be able to help you.
To Unlock your Sony Xperia Z3 (D6616) from T-Mobile USA please follow this Link:
UB Software Ltd, owners of UnlockBase.com, one of the fastest growing remote cellphone unlock providers on the internet, has just acquired GsmLiberty.net. Founded in 2004, Delaware USA based gsmliberty.net offers a remote unlock GSM service.
Terrestrial GSM networks now cover more than 90% of the world’s population. GSM’s international roaming capability enables users to be accessed via the same mobile number in up to 219 countries worldwide. As with UnlockBase, GSMLiberty offers a solution to phone users wishing to break out of contracts with service providers.
Speaking of his decision to purchase the site, CEO of UB Software, Australia born, Caribbean based Mr. John Milton said: “We view the purchase of gsmliberty.net as exactly the right purchase for us at this time. The business is mature, well established and a big player, but we believe we can add an all-important extra dimension to the product with our high levels of customer service. We operate around the clock every day of the year, and we will not be beaten on price. This new acquisition will take our business to the next level in terms of scale and size.”
Gsmliberty.net was built and developed singlehandedly as a start-up in 2004 by web developer, Montreal based Ghassan A. With a comprehensive background in product development, Mr. A. developed the site to a point where it had a customer base of half a million located throughout the world.
“This is another aspect of the gsmliberty.net product offering that suits our business model perfectly” said Mr. Milton.
“Like gsmliberty.net, we operate globally and we have developed systems to handle inquiries speedily and efficiently anywhere in the world. We are always ready to handle technical inquiries and customer service issues, and our customers are guaranteed they are always dealing with human beings, not robots. I am confident the purchase of gsmliberty.net will merge seamlessly into our existing business, and we are sure former customers of gsmliberty.net will be happy with the service we can offer.”
UnlockBase offers the web’s largest database of mobile phones and service providers, spelling a quick, safe and cost effective exit for millions of customers worldwide locked into contracts they don’t want. Plans are already at an advanced stage to merge the gsmliberty.net customer base with that of UnlockBase.com.
The new Samsung Galaxy S7 is slim, but in a big way. It looks the part, with a 5.1 inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen protected by scratchproof 3D glass. The sleek glass and metal, refined and streamlined with ergonomic curves, ensures a comfortable, secure grip. As for performance, it’s huge, with more advanced cameras, more responsive software functionality and superb connectivity to enjoy the full gamut of products, services, and online experiences.
The phone comes with a microSD card slot upgradeable to 200GB and fast wired and wireless charging technology.
As a practical phone to carry with you, the Samsung Galaxy S7 received an IP68 rating to make it water resistant to spills, splashes. Even dropping it in water won’t slow down the Galaxy S7.
Taking pictures takes on another dimension. Compare it with other phones of lesser quality and immediately notice the revolutionary world first of Dual Pixel technology which produces crisper, richer colors from a brighter lens with a wider aperture for great shots even in low light. The front facing camera is 5MP while the rear camera offers 12 MP with fast auto focus.
Gaming performance has also gone large with big updates to software and the optimization of gaming performance. The 4GB RAM and 32GB ROM processer and bigger battery capacity puts PC power in the palm of your hand to ensure longer playing time, while the internal cooling system keeps the device from overheating. The new add-on for gamers, Game Launcher, allows users to manage battery consumption and minimize notifications.
The 4G LTE Galaxy S7 offers a seamless mobile experience with the new Gear S2 Classic to monitor fitness, or the connection with Gear VR to “travel” the world. Additionally, Galaxy S7 users can make payments with Samsung Pay, secured by Samsung KNOX. It’s easy-to-use and accepted almost anywhere, making mobile payments available to more merchants and consumers.
The Galaxy S7 is available at T-Mobile for $669.99 or $27.92 per month for 24 months with $0 down. For a limited time, you can also get 50% off a Samsung Tab A 8.0 via Prepaid MasterCard™ Card when you purchase a select Samsung Galaxy Smartphone. MetroPCS offer the Samsung Galaxy S7 for $649.00 or with monthly payments starting from $30.00.
Unlock your Galaxy S7 with UnlockBase
No matter how much you love your phone, you don’t have to be stuck with your service provider. UnlockBase, the web’s leading remote cellphone unlocking service, is here to help. We can quickly, efficiently and economically unlock your Samsung Galaxy S7 using the Device Unlock App. 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. When your phone is locked with “Mobile Device Unlock” it’s totally useless to order an unlock code.
Unlocking your Samsung Galaxy S7 costs just $24 if from MetroPCS, and $29.9 if from T-Mobile USA . Should you find a genuine cheaper offer to unlock your phone elsewhere we promise to match or better it. Before using the app, you need to be sure your phone is 100% clean, not stolen or blacklisted.
To Unlock your Samsung Galaxy S7 (SM-G930T) from T-Mobile USA please follow this Link:
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The new LG G5 is the first modular smartphone from the South Korean company, and it comes in an all-metal design, so you can upgrade it with accessories, but still appreciate the sleek look and feel. Key new features for the LG 5 include a uni-body design, an easy to slide-out battery, and MicroSD card slot, so you can add more power and memory quickly and easily. The screen is a 5.3” Quad HD screen with a high-contrast display with daylight mode.
As far as cameras are concerned, they are dual rear-facing with standard and ultra-wide-angle lenses. There’s an 8MP camera at the front and 16MP on the rear. The 135° lens means you can capture a sprawling skyline, a stadium concert, or the full length of a beach. You can also zoom out ultra-wide (0.5X) – it’s a first for a smartphone. You can take a variety of photos and videos from a micro close-up to a macro scene by simply pinching the screen.
The phone measures 149.4 x 73.9 x 7.7mm, and unlike its G series predecessors, it’s not curved and is smaller and easier to hold. Reaching all corners of the screen is now possible.
The LG 5 features Always-on display so there’s no need to press the button to check the time, date, or notifications, just a glance gives you the information you need.
Despite the Always-on display, to minimize power consumption, LG redesigned the display driver IC memory and power management function so that the display’s backlight only illuminates one small part of the overall display. This means the Always-on Display requires only 0.8 percent of the battery’s full capacity per hour to remain functional. With consumers turning on their smartphones up to 150 times a day mostly to just check the time, the G5’s Always-on Display has been designed to make a notable difference in the life of the battery over the course of the day.
For greater connectivity, the LG G5’s Friends Manager app enables you to connect, interact and play with all your LG owning friends.
T-Mobile is currently selling the LG 5 for $629.99 or for $26.25 a month for 24 months with $0 down.
Unlock your LG G5 (H830) with UnlockBase
If you want the freedom to choose your own service provider, no problem. UnlockBase, the web’s leading remote cellphone unlocking service, is here to help. We can quickly, efficiently and economically unlock your LG5 using the Device Unlock App.
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. When your phone is locked with “Mobile Device Unlock” it’s totally useless to order an unlock code. Unlocking your LG 5 costs just $29.90. Before using the app, you need to be sure your phone is 100% clean, not stolen or blacklisted.
To Unlock your LG G5 (H830) from T-Mobile USA please follow this Link:
UnlockBase is the web’s leading remote online cellphone unlocking site and has the web’s largest database of cellphone models and service providers all around the globe. It may not sound very romantic, but when you consider the cellphone has become the medium of choice to flirt, romance, chat, share pictures and find hot dates all over the world, then you can start to see how UnlockBase can help. Several websites such as OK Cupid and Plenty of Fish, not to mention a whole raft of some of the more naughty dating sites, have modeled their entire business structure around their customer base using the cellphone. It means that finding the love, or even the lust of your life, can be as simple as just reaching for your phone to exchange flirty messages, chat for hours on social media apps, or better still, chat on the phone thanks to a generous cell phone deal.
That’s where UnlockBase can play Cupid. A lousy deal from your service provider can seriously hamper your naturally romantic nature if you quickly run out of data, or exceed your monthly call minutes. Make no mistake, no matter how interesting things are getting on your phone, they’ll stop you in mid-sentence or refuse to send that all important selfie if you should suddenly run out of credit. That’s what they mean when they say the course of love can be cruel. And when you suddenly cut people off on the phone, it’s Murphy’s Law that they will assume the worst. Their imagination starts to run riot. Did he or she just blank me? Have they found someone better to talk to? Why did they suddenly and so rudely stop talking to me?
Fortunately, with UnlockBase, it takes only a few seconds to free yourself from a lousy phone deal and go in search of a better one. It’s rather like unlocking your own libido, because once free of your all controlling service provider you are free to find any provider you want. One with better call rates, a better data package, or much better reception in your area so you are not constantly asking your loved one to repeat what they just said, or seeing only fuzzy images of them on an intimate Skype call – that gets tiring and unromantic very quickly.
If your cellphone is going to be your method for finding love and fulfillment it needs to be free to work its magic, and that’s what an unlocked cellphone can be. The beauty of an unlocked phone is that it doesn’t limit you to just searching for love in your own back yard. Imagine if you wanted to find romance in another part of the world. Your traditional cellphone provider will quickly pour cold water over that with texts that won’t go through because they are not part of your regular package, crippling call rates, and quite often, the inability to actually connect with certain foreign countries.
Let UnlockBase unlock your phone and you can buy yourself a SIM card such as Lebara, Vectone or Lycamobile which are specially designed for long distance calling, with cheap call rates, generous text messaging costs and even free calls if your long distance lover uses the same service provider.
You don’t need to test your patience or powers of endurance with Wattsapp or Viber messaging if you can just pick up the phone and chat for hours. Explaining how you feel and what you’re trying to say is much easier when you just say it with spoken words, but unless you want romance crushing bills falling on your doormat from a normal cellphone service provider, your long distance love life will suffer without an unlocked phone.
UnlockBase doesn’t just unlock your cellphone, it sets your spirit free.