Samsung WorldWide Unlock Tool


Average code availability for this tool

Delivery Time : 6 to 12 days

Please read carefully details below if you are not sure on how to proceeed


Samsung WorldWide Unlock Tool

Phone Unlocking Service Description

This is the world first unlocking service that work with any carrier over the world. Our specially crafted unlocking tool, allows yout o unlock your Samsung device locked to all carrier.

We ahve over 97% success code delivery with this tool over the last 3 months.

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  • Supported cell phones for this tool:


Specific Unlocking Tool Instructions

 When your order has been processed on this tool, our server will generate 4 types of unlock code:

  1. Network Code (NCK)  or Network Unlock code
  2. Unfreeze Code (MCK)
  3. Subset Code (SCK)
  4. Subset Provider Code (SPCK)


  • Announced process time, are estimated and average based on last months overall process time average. In some very rare case, some overlong delay could happens. but no refund or cancellation would be accepted in case of process delay, because.
  • This service is completely automated, so no cancellation will be possible once order is placed on our server. Customer will have to wait untill service is compltede on server. Please make sure you abide to these terms before placing orders
  • As service on this tool is automated, and linked to a Samsung database, codes delivered are 100% percent correct; no errro is possible. If there is an error, it is based on the input IMEI customer provide, so please double check before ordering to make sure no mistake is  on the IMEI you are sumitting. A part from this, phone might be flashed, rooted, motherbpard replaced, and this will not lead to a refund. Please find tutorial on the internet to deal with those cases.

Those carriers re not supported:  Spain Movistar, Yoigo, Orange, and Vodafone


Is it legal to unlock my cell phone using your services?

Yes it is! For almost five years now, it was illegal to unlock your new smartphone and use it with any carrier of your choice.  You can read more detail about this on