Unlocking a phone means enabling it to work with a SIM card different from the company that sold you the device, and even in a different country. Fortunately, this process doesn’t require you to take your phone to a technician. It’s a simple procedure, and you can do it from home just by entering an unlock code.
If you need to unlock your Galaxy S10 Lite to use it with another carrier, here’s how to do it in a few easy steps:
Steps to request your Galaxy S10 Lite unlock code
To unlock your Galaxy S10 Lite, you will need an unlock code. But first, you must provide the following information:
- Original carrier. You must indicate the country and carrier of origin of the mobile phone.
- Choose the currency and the plan that suits you best.
- Fill out the form with your IMEI number and your contact information.
- Select the payment method and make the payment.
- Receive your code in the time selected.
How to unlock your Galaxy S10 Lite
Once you receive the unlocking code, all you have to do is enter it into your mobile phone. To do this, you must insert an unaccepted SIM card and turn it on.
The device will request a code and that’s where you’ll have to enter the code. When you enter the numbers, press “enter” and that’s it. Your Galaxy S10 Lite will no longer have a network lock.
Any questions? We’ll answer them here:
You may have some doubts about the procedure and functionality of your phone. That’s why we answer some of the most common questions for you.
How do I find my cell phone’s IMEI number?
The IMEI is a number that identifies your phone, it is a unique number for each device. If you do not know it, you can find it by dialing the combination *#06# on your cell phone.
How do I know if my Galaxy S10 Lite is locked?
Not all companies block the network of the device. If you don’t have this information, you can find out if by inserting a SIM card from another carrier. If this does not work and requests a code, it means it is blocked.
How long does code unlocking last?
Unlocking your phone is a permanent operation. This means that your phone remains unlocked, even if you reset the system or update the software.