FAQs

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What is the difference between Jailbreak, Rooting and Unlock?

A.

If what you need is to use a SIM of another carrier, but your phone does not allow it, what you need is an Unlock.

If you want to install applications on your iPhone from developers who are not in the Apple APP Store, or make modifications to the system, you want to do a Jailbreak . We do not recommend it , because you can lose the warranty of your iPhone, you can make it unusable and, if something goes wrong, you can not make updates. Moreover, although it is not against the law, it allows you install pirated apps, which in effect, is illegal .

If you have an Android smartphone and want to do the same as a Jailbreak on an iPhone, this is called Rooting . It implies that you have access to the master user (Root) operating system and can make any changes you want.

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Can I make updates to my phone without losing the Unlock?

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Yes, of course you can do all updates to your device, no matter if it is an iPhone with iOS or Samsung with Android. All devices unlocked through IMEI may be updated and the unlock is maintained.

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Is it legal to unlock an iPhone?

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This kind of unlock is completely legal, because it is based on the premise that the device is your property, and like any private good, you have the power to modify it and set it up the way you want, or use it with any phone company you choose. In addition, the unlock does not actually change IMEI your device, and save all manufacturer warranties.

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What is IMEI?

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The IMEI code identifies your mobile device worldwide. Through this we can find the unlock code, or enter your device's IMEI code in the database of the carrier in order to unlock it.

To find the IMEI code you must dial *#06#