Unlocking Motorola Edge Plus: What You Need to Know

Some telephone carriers apply a network lock to their devices so that users can only make use of their services. If you have a Motorola Edge Plus and you have this problem, you should know that you can unlock your phone easily and quickly without having to take it to a repair shop.

To perform this procedure, you must have a code. Here’s all you need to know to get this code and successfully unlock Motorola Edge Plus.

How do I get the unlock code?

The first step to unlocking your cell phone is to request the code from Movical.net. To do this, you need to indicate the model of your phone and then provide these details:

  • Name and country of your carrier.
  • Payment currency to select the plan that suits you.
  • IMEI of your cell phone and your data (name and surname, phone number and email)
  • Method of payment

How do I unlock my Motorola Edge Plus?

Once you make your payment, you must wait for the code. After you receive it, the steps are simple: Insert a SIM card from a different carrier than the original in your cell phone. When you turn on your phone, it will request a code. There, you will have to enter the digits we have sent you. Once you do this, you will be free to use it with any SIM card in your country or abroad.

What if the code doesn’t work?

Movical.net service is 100% guaranteed. However, you should know that there are some reasons by which the unlocking code might not work. That’s why we offer several service packages. 

If you provide the correct data and the sent code does not work to unlock your cell phone, we refund your money so you can try one of the other options available. However, it may be the case that you have sent the wrong IMEI. If this is your case, you will have to do the procedure again, including payment. 

Can I damage my cellphone when unlocking it?

No. The code only removes the locking from the phone carrier. It does not affect the software of the device or its applications or internal memory. Therefore, your phone will not lose its manufacturer’s warranty, and there is no risk of losing your data. 

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