Unlock Google Pixel Handset!
Unlock Google Pixel phone by IMEI
If you're looking to take your phone from one carrier (think: Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon) to another, you're going to need to unlock your phone — or, more specifically, that means you'll need to have a SIM-unlocked phone in order to be able to use it with that other carrier.
Here's everything you need to know about locked and unlocked SIMs for Google Pixels, how you'd know what your phone's current SIM-lock status is, and what each status means for unlocking your Pixel phone.
How to unlock Google Pixel: Google Store-bought phones
If you bought your Pixel directly from the Google store, you don't need to do anything. You can already use your phone on any network, because those phones come unlocked as their default.
And if you think about it, it makes sense: Since Google does not have its own carrier network, it needs to provide phones that can adapt to other networks.
How to unlock Google Pixel: Non-Store bought phones
If you didn't buy your Google Pixel through the Google Store, and instead through a carrier or even another retailer, you more than likely have a SIM-locked phone. And in that case, your phone may stay SIM-locked for up to two years, since that is determined by your carrier.
Instructions on how to Unlock Google Pixel Phone by IMEI
- Turn off your Google Pixel phone
- Insert a sim card from a new carrier (different from the original carrier).
- Turn on the phone.
- Unlock the screen by sliding across the screen or by entering your screen PIN number.
- The phone will prompt automatically for a SIM NETWORK UNLOCK PIN
- Enter the Network unlock code (also called NCK) that you obtained from safeunlockcode.com
- Your phone is now fully unlocked!
How to Unlock Google Pixel Phone - Tutorial!
Troubleshooting Steps to Unlock the Pixel ATT
Newest PIXEL models may have (2) IMEI numbers
Normally the first IMEI number is registered for network use using a physical SIM card
Whereas the second IMEI number is registered using eSim (electronic SIM)
In order for you to unlock some devices ( such as AT&T ) you first have to switch over the phone to register using the eSim.
The eSim card originally provided by AT&T is attached to the second IMEI. (the eSim card itself simply has the registration numbers)
Once you switched from physical SIM to eSim on ATT, Then you can get the phone to prompt for the network unlock code by placing a SIM card from a different carrier in the device.
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