How to unlock HTC 10 from Canadian Networks

By admin | Published July 4th, 2016

After getting a HTC 10 it will probably be locked to the network you bought it from. The HTC 10 is a powerful phone and it’s one of the best from the new HTC family.

With the amazing camera features and capable lenses, you can take breathtaking photos of memorable moments you had and then enjoy them on the amazing Super LCD5 screen. All in all, it’s a great phone.

How to unlock your phone

This guide will show you how you can unlock your HTC 10 from Canadian networks like Bell, SaskTel, Telus, Ice Wireless and more. You’ll still be able to unlock your phone from other networks, just follow the instructions here.

Please carefully read the following instructions:

You’ll need to submit all of this info in the form at the bottom of this post.

- IMEI number – you can find it by calling *#06$# on your phone or you can go to “about device” in your phone’s settings menu.
- The country where your device is from.
- A valid email address so we can you send an unlock code.

It’s really important that you send us the correct IMEI number. If you don’t do so, we can’t give you a working unlock code. We cannot offer a refund if you send us the wrong IMEI number.

It can take from a few minutes to a few business days for your phone to get unlocked. It all depends on the network and original country of your device. The system will show you an estimated time it takes for your IMEI when you check the availability.

You will receive an email from us with an unlock code. You can also receive it in your spam and junk mail folders, so check your inbox AND those folders too. Here are the full instructions on how to unlock your HTC 10.

First, turn off your device. Then insert a GSM SIM card into your HTC 10 that’s not from your original network. After that, turn it back on.

A new screen will pop up and it will ask you for an unlock code. Enter the code you received from us and your phone will be unlocked. After you unlock your HTC 10 you will be able to use it on any other network carrier of your choice.

If you need help or assistance with the last step, feel free to contact us.

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