You have just acquired the Galaxy Note 2 from your usual operator? But once you’ve finished unpacking the device, you’ll find that it has a number of operator-specific applications that you don’t need to use. Don’t worry, you can flash your terminal with our complete tutorial.
But that doesn’t prevent your Galaxy Note 2 from always being simlocked. Therefore, you can’t change operator because the SIM card will not be recognized. However, we have the solution, much simpler than going to a shop, where you can be charged for this operation.
We will use the (free) GalaxSimUnlock application (available on the Play Store by clicking here) that will allow you to free your Galaxy Note 2 from the operator’s channels. But before installing this nice application, you need to root your terminal. If you haven’t done so yet, just follow our tutorial dedicated to Galaxy Note 2 root.
All you have to do is install the GalaxSimUnlock application, then run it. You will then find all the information specific to your smartphone. On this screen, the Network Lock line will tell you that your smartphone is simlocked. All you have to do is press the Unlock button.
Restart the phone and that’s it. You just unlocked your Galaxy Note 2, and it took you less than 5 minutes. You can now put any SIM card in your device.