GalaxSIM Unlock – Unlock Your SIM Locked Galaxy S/S2/S3.

Why most People are buying SIM Locked Smartphone from Official Carriers, just because of Cheap Price. They Purchase it and then Stuck on the Same carrier no matter where they are. They have pay high to get rid of SIM Lock. If you own one of those devices and fortunately they are Galaxy S/S2 or Samsung Galaxy S3, then we have a good new for you. You can Unlock your SIM Locked Device using an official App called Galaxy SIM lock. It is available on Google Play Store and an Apk is awaiting you at the End.

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No doubt that they are cheap and easy installment Method allows a User to pay the Price easily, but using a SIM-Unlocked Device is something else. It’s a Freedom that everyone wants, but Carriers deny that, Since they are offering you Flagship devices on Cheap rate, they also wants to keep something for themselves, So they keep the Best Part, the Network.

Many People used SIM-Locked Sets and then pay for it to Unlock, However, if you own a Galaxy S/S2 or Galaxy S3, you can enjoy the SIM-free Experience, all thanks to XDA Member Spocky12, he developed an app called “GalaxSIM Unlock” that will help you get the Freedom you want.

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Features of GalaxSIM Unlock:

Unlock/unbrand your phone.

Jelly Bean firmware support
Works on any existing rooted ROM
Supports international Galaxy S3 i9300 (US Qualcomm based GS3 are not supported for now)
Supports other Galaxy family devices (S, S2 and their variants)
Work if you previously unlocked your device with “Voodoo Unlock” or “Galaxy S Unlock”
Do not use this app if your IMEI has been lost due to any error in nv_data caused by a third party app.
Gives you detailed information about current locks status.
Backup efs before modifying anything (that should guarantee you a safe use)
Enables you to restore your efs backup if you want to.

Support for more Galaxy devices to be added soon.

Download GalaxSIM Unlock Google Play store

Download GalaxSIM Unlock APK

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