Our Special Services
What is Carrier Unlock?
Carrier locks come with just about any cell phone you buy from a wireless operator. Even if you aren't buying the device directly from a particular operator but are buying it from a retailer, such as Amazon or Best Buy, and it's for a specific carrier, then most likely it has a carrier lock on it. This is regardless of whether you buy the phone with a subsidy and a two-year contract or if you buy the device at full price.
What is FRP Lock?
In Android 5.0 Lollipop, Google introduced a security feature called Factory Reset Protection to help folks keep their data safe. It works like this: if FRP is turned on and your Android device is reset from the recovery menu, the Android device will require you to re-enter the primary Google account information that was last on the device. This means that if someone steals your phone and resets it from recovery, there’s no way for them to get in.
First, we check your phone is eligible to activate with which company can be used.
Second, make sure the device reading the sim card and gets a signal.
Third, we activate the sim card with your device and setup a new phone number or port-in your phone number.
Last, once activated the phone number, we test calling, texting, and data make sure working good.
Transfer Data from
Phone to Phone
To transfer data from phone to phone, Mobile Transfer, a third party program for data transferring, can be a good helper. This software can move various types of files between phones based on iOS, Android, Symbian or BlackBerry. Data such as contacts, videos, songs, images, SMS, call logs and apps can be transferred at one time with one click!