How to unlock your Samsung Galaxy A01 BY code

Do you need to unlock Samsung Galaxy A01 to use it with any network provider? You can do it by using an unlock code, a series of numbers that allow you to use your device, with any network or SIM card anywhere in the world.

Steps to unlock your Samsung Galaxy A01

Unlocking Samsung Galaxy A01 is easier than you think. You don’t need to take your phone to a technician or follow complicated steps. Here’s what you should do.

  • Request the unlock code. Enter the model of your device and the details of your carrier. Then, enter the IMEI number of your cell phone, along with your contact information.
  • Insert an unaccepted SIM into your phone. This way the device will request an unlocking code.
  • Enter the code we sent you. Write the code sent by Movical.Net in the corresponding field and that’s it.

Unlock your mobile 100% legally and securely. Best of all, our unlocking is perpetual, so you won’t need to unlock it never again.

Frequently asked questions about unlocking Samsung Galaxy A01

If you have questions about the unlocking process, we answer some common questions from our users.

How do I know if my Samsung Galaxy A01 is locked?

The most effective way to find out is by inserting a different SIM card than your carrier. If the phone does not work and requests a PIN, this means that the phone is restricted and you need unlocking code. 

What is the process for unlocking my Samsung Galaxy A01?

It’s quite simple. You only need to fill out a form with your contact information, payment details and your phone’s IMEI. It’s a 15-digit number that you can find out by dialing *#06# on your phone. Once you send the information, you get a code to enter in your cell phone.

Do I need technical knowledge to unlock the cell phone?

No. You don’t need any technical knowledge to complete this procedure. We send you a code that you will need to enter into your Samsung Galaxy A01 when requested.

Can the unlocking damage my cell phone?

The unlocking process is completely safe. It will not affect the performance of your phone or its warranty.

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