The Samsung Galaxy A20 was launched in 2019 to conquer the low range market with a quality phone, attractive design, and modest yet efficient features. This cell phone has what it takes to get a good Android experience, especially because of its 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen.
But, if you have bought it from a phone company, it might have a network lock so you can’t use it with another company. If that’s your case, you can remove this lock easier than you think. You just need to have an unlock code and enter it into your device. It’s that easy, no technicians and no risky and expensive procedures.
Request the unlock code
If you have decided to unlock your Galaxy A20 to use it without restrictions, with any SIM card in the world, you must request the unlock code. Here are the steps to follow:
- Provide your carrier details: company name and country of origin.
- Select the currency and the plan that suits you best.
- Enter your details such as name, email, and phone number. You also need to enter your device IMEI number. If you don’t know the code, you can find it by typing *#06# on your mobile.
- Make the payment. You can pay by credit card (Visa or MasterCard), PayPal, or Bitcoin.
- Wait for your unlock code to arrive.
Procedure to unlock your Galaxy A20
Once you have the unlock code, enter it into your device. Just insert a SIM card from an unaccepted carrier into your phone and turn it on. Then, the device will request a SIM card network unlocking PIN, although it can also indicate the Network lock control key.
Enter the code and press Unlock. If the device does not unlock, you must dial the Phone Freeze code, and press Unlock again. The phone will indicate Incorrect Unlock, and after that, you will have to dial the code we have sent you again.
Unlock your Galaxy A20 by entering the code
You will be able to use it with the SIM card you have inserted and with any other card. Best of all, this unlocking is permanent. You’ll never lose it, even if you upgrade or reset the device to factory settings. Besides, it’s a completely secure procedure.