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Yeah nowadays it's very easy to get a phone unlocked and get rid of excessive roaming charges and get the freedom to change network provider. Recently I unlocked my cellphone, not Samsung but Blackberry, in something like 3-4 hours. Lots of vendors can do it like codes2unlock and myphoneunlock, you could try it.
You can use unlock code to unlock your LG Optimus T which is the safe and easy way. You can get the unlock code from the service/network provider. But,Mostly they will provide the unlock code if your phone if off contract . In that case you can get the unlock code from online vendors like MobileUnlockSolutions.com for a price .They will give you the unlock ...
No, they're completely unrelated things. As you say, an unlocked device means it's not locked to a particular carrier: you can insert a different SIM card to change to a different carrier, and it will work. A locked device will not connect to another carrier if you change the SIM card. The bootloader is the first thing that runs when you turn the phone on: ...
The term "unlocked device" is as confusing as the term "ROM" (see the rom tags tag wiki). Only from the context one can tell whether it refers to "a device with an unlocked bootloader", or "a device without network/SIM lock". This means, your question cannot be answered with a simple "Yes" or "No": though the terms are used as synonyms, "unlocked device" ...
Free methods to unlock Samsung Galaxy Ace are not safe ,They may cause permanent damage to the phone . To unlock your phone safely and easily ,you can use Unlock codes .You can get the unlock code from your service provider or from online vendors like SuperUnlockCodes.com .
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