Updating simlock error
If you meet the requirements you should be fine, I bought my phone from ebay from a guy in Florida (I'm in NY), I had it on my account for a few months.So I had no reciept or anything, or history of the phone.
on a contract, it might be locked for a specific amount of time called the contract period.This only prevents Siri from being used when your phone is locked. In case you're wondering, the i OS 9.0.1 update does not include a fix for the bug.By enabling a SIM card PIN lock, every time your i Phone is powered down and subsequently switched back on again, the PIN will need to entered before the phone can be used, or text messages sent. Tap on SIM PIN and you will see a toggle to turn it on or off, and an option to change the PIN (greyed out).The same applies if anyone removes your SIM from your phone and tries to use it in a different phone. IMPORTANT: If this is the first time you've turned the lock on, you will be asked to enter the operator's default SIM card PIN.You only have three attempts to enter the PIN before the SIM card is locked, and you won't be able to make phonecalls or send texts.As an active or former T-Mobile customer, you may request a phone unlock.
T-Mobile will unlock your phone (as long it is not reported as lost, stolen, or blocked) if: I just unlocked mine a few days ago.
After the contract period, you may request your network provider to unlock your phone, but it's not as easy to unlock as you think. S., unlocking became illegal after January 26th, 2013.
However, a new bill is in progress to make it legal again.
When I called they asked for my phone number, account passcode, the phones model name and IMEI. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).
Then I gave them my email, and recieved the code via email in about 24hrs. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?
Why unlock your Samsung Galaxy S3 to use with a different SIM card?