Unlock codes for a Samsung Galaxy Ace (GT-S5830) : no special education
The Samsung Galaxy Ace is part of the largely popular Galaxy range from Samsung, meaning people on all networks want to get a good deal on the sought after smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy Aces’s popularity can be pinned to the fact it runs on the Android platform, which is one of the most popular and widely used platforms, in close competition with Apple’s IOS software. One of the wining features most have found with the Samsung Galaxy Ace however is the quality of the handset, making it a favorite among smartphone users worldwide.
The two main ways of getting hold of an unlock code for your Samsung Galaxy Ace are contacting your network service provider, or using an independent cell phone unlocking service. The first option, contacting your network service provider and asking them to give you the unlock code, is the safest and simplest way to obtain the unlock code. This usually costs between nothing and £20, which some people consider quite steep, but its best to remember they are a trusted service provider and will have expert knowledge in the field if anything goes wrong.
If you don’t want to pay £20 to your network service provider, there is the option of using an independent service to gain the unlock code, and they will usually provide you with an unlock code for around £10. But make sure you know your source, as they could easily provide you with a wrong code that could ‘brick’ your handset, and still charge you for it.
Once you have an unlock code, it is time to put it to use on your Samsung handset. Here are some simple instructions to follow in order to unlock your Samsung mobile phone. Firstly, you need to remove the accepted sim card from the phone, and insert a non accepted sim card, i.e. a sim card that is not on the network that the handset it locked to, preferably the sim card you plan to use with the phone once it has been unlocked. Then switch the phone back on and you should be greeted with a message similar to ‘enter password’. This is prompting you to enter the unlock code. Once you have entered the unlock code, and it has been accepted, your Samsung should be unlocked! If there are any issues, contact your network service provider or the source for your unlock code.