Wednesday, 25 October 2017

How to Unlock LG X Venture from AT&T in less than 1hrs

Factory Unlock Code LG X Venture from At&t

The LG X venture - built for the unexpected. IP68 water & dust resistance and a 4,100mAh battery for entertainment on the go. In general it's phone but is limited is you want to use any other carrier in the US or around the world. So, we have the solution for this. Keep Reading!

Is your LG X Venture asking for sim netwotk unlock pin?

SIM Network Unlock PIN is what you see when power on your phone with a different SIM card like in the image below? This is because your phone is locked to a service provider and you cannot use any other SIM card till you enter the unlocking code. To get rid of this message, follow the steps below.

LG X Venture UNLOCKING INSTRUCTIONS

1.  Get your LG X Venture unlock code
2.  Once you have the unlock code, power on your phone with SIM Card from a network that does not work with your phone,
3.  The phone should ask for the SIM Network Unlock PIN,
4.  Enter the unlock code provided by us into your LG X Venture.
5.  Now your phone should display this message: Network Unlock Successful.

Important Note: Prior placing the order please make sure your phone is locked by power it on with a non-accepted SIM card.  The phone MUST prompt for the unlock code.


MOST COMMON QUESTIONS WHEN UNLOCKING A LG PHONE

1. What's the average delivery Time?
The average delivery time for any LG unlock code is 24 hrs.

2. Will my unlocked LG phone work on most GSM networks?
Yes, once your phone is unlocked you will be able to use most of GSM Networks. However, we always recommend you to check if your device supports the new carrier network bands. Keep in mind that your device technology must be compatible with network technology to enable access and functionality.

3. Will the unlocking be reversed if there is a software update?
No, even after software updates your phone will remain unlocked.

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If you want to know more about this amazing device watch the video below by Jeremy Judkins: