Unlocking Samsung Galaxy S10+
For unlock Samsung Galaxy S10+ following options are available. If you don't know which option use for unlock your phone, please contact us. We will help you choose the right product for your phone.
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Unlocking instruction for Samsung Galaxy S10+ ?
How to enter a network unlock code in a Samsung Galaxy S10+
Entering the unlock code in a Samsung Galaxy S10+ is very simple.
1. Start the Samsung Galaxy S10+ with an unaccepted simcard (unaccepted means different than the one in which the device works)
2. Special unock window should appear
- For message Sim network unlock pin you should enter the codes if the following order, Unfreeze confirm, NCK confirm (please try a couple of times if the Galaxy S10+ does not accept it for the first time)
There is also a special RGCK (regional lock code) code sometimes provided. Please use the RGCK code the same way as the NCK code.
- If Service provider pin appears enter the codes in this order
Unfreeze confirm, SPCK confirm (try a couple of times)
3. Samsung Galaxy S10+ is now network unlocked !!!
* sometimes the unfreeze code is not provided by the network (check the description of chosen service)
If Samsung Galaxy S10+ has a blockade for a subnetwork like Tesco or Virgin you need to use a SPCK (service provider) code.
It means that the Samsung Galaxy S10+ can only receive signal from one network. If you insert a simcard from a different network, the device will ask for an unlock code, or will show the message that this simcard doesn't work.
Networks that can be unlocked include: AT&T USA, Orange, EE and many more.
If you want to remove a network blokade from Samsung Galaxy S10+, please use this link:
Samsung network unlock>.
There are different types of unlock codes for your Samsung Galaxy S10+. One of them is called unfreeze code, which is used to reset the code counter in your device. Samsung Galaxy S10+ usually have 3 TRIES to enter the unlock code. The biggest problem is that the phone doesn't show the code counter and there is no way to check. If you want to unlock a Samsung Galaxy S10+ with a blocked code counter, you need the unfreeze code. The code can also be used to remove a regional blokade if you want to travel to different countries.