Unlock codes for a Sony Ericsson Vivaz 2 (MT15i) : unique insights
The Sony Ericsson Vivaz 2 is the original name for what we now know as the Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo. It is a multi-media focused Android run smartphone high definition video capabilities and HD media playback, including via a HD television using a HDMI connection.
One feature that is missing from the handset however is the ability to be used on any network. The phone comes with a built in SIM lock, restricting you to use of the network your purchased it on only. However, it is simple, easy and most importantly legal to change this. Mobile phone unlocking requires a unique unlock code for your handset, and a new SIM card that is not provided by the network the phone is locked to.
If you have been a loyal customer of your network service provider for a while now, then unlocking your phone could require simply walking into their high street store and asking them to do it for you. However, some providers might not be as helpful as this, and if you haven’t been a loyal customer for very long, they may even turn you away.
If you can’t get help from your provider, fear not, there are plenty more ways in which to obtain the unlock code you require. There are various independent mobile unlocking services out there, both on the web and on your high street, so finding one is simple enough. But before handing over any money or details to them, you should first check that they are reliable and trust worthy. Search for reviews of their services on the internet. If someone who has the same handset model as you has used them and can vouch for them, even better.
Once you have your unlock code and new SIM card, its time to unlock your mobile. To do so, first insert the new SIM into the handset, and then switch it back on. Your phone should then display a message similar to ‘SIM network unlock code’, which means it is time to input the code you were given. Once you have entered the code, your phone should be unlocked! If there are any issues contact your network service provider or the source of your code.