How do I unlock my samsung sch-u350 cell phone? I dont have the security code, its a used phone


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Depending on the maker of the phone, unlocking a mobile phone can usually be done from home by one of two ways. Either by entering an unlock code directly into the phone or by downloading the appropriate software from the Internet. Although downloading software to your computer is not usually recommended because it is either not correct or it may cause internal damage to your computer.

The best way for you to be sure that your phone is unlocked correctly and safely would be to take it to a specialist store. You probably know these stalls, they are usually in markets and sell phone chargers and cases and sometimes even repair broken or faulty phones. If you take it to them and explain what network your phone is locked to and that you want it unlocked to all networks. Before they take the phone off you, ask them how much it will cost. Take your phone to several different stalls (there are usually quite a number of them) and ask each of them the same question telling them the same details. That way you can take it to the cheapest one, even though the price probably won't vary by much, you can still grab a bargain. Most stalls will unlock phones for very little nowadays because it is such a commonly asked for procedure.

It is not really recommended that a person attempts to unlock their phone from home. This is because the stores and stalls have specialist software and cables to connect the phone to the computer. A lot of codes on the Internet won't work because they are false or are trying to rip unsuspecting customers off.

However, some people claim that by typing a code into your phone and sending it as a service command will unlock the roaming features of your Samsung sch-u350. The one and only code that I could find online was '2673'. Packages can be bought over the Internet for around $15 to $30 but I would not buy one of these without being extremely cautious. You would be better off taking your phone to a shop where someone who knows what they are doing can unlock it for you.

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