To unlock a Samsung device from a network carrier, you will need to follow these steps:
Contact the carrier: You will need to contact the network carrier that the Samsung device is currently locked to and request an unlock. Each carrier has their own process for unlocking devices, so you will need to follow their specific instructions.
Meet the eligibility requirements: In order to unlock your Samsung device, you will need to meet the carrier’s eligibility requirements. These may include having an account in good standing with the carrier, having paid off any device financing plans, and having used the device on the carrier’s network for a certain amount of time.
Wait for the unlock process to be completed: Once you have met the eligibility requirements and requested an unlock, the carrier will process your request and unlock your Samsung device. This process can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, depending on the carrier.
Keep in mind that unlocking a Samsung device may void the manufacturer’s warranty, so be sure to carefully consider your options before proceeding.