Always check the BLACKLIST status and the CARRIER before ordering an unlock service.
A quick guide about the most common unlocking scenarios.
1. Carrier unlock
Most of the unlocking services require a clean IMEI device. Clean IMEI means that the phone has to be NOT BLACKLISTED.
A phone can be BLACKLISTED for many reasons but the most common one is unpaid bills. You should always check your device before ordering a network unlock service.
You can check the status of any IMEI using one of our BLACKLIST checks services:
Which will provide a similar result:
Unlock code: Model Name: Apple iPhone 14
This means that to phone is eligible to be unlocked and you can proceed to order the network unlock service.
If you are not sure which network your phone is locked to, you can order a service to check the carrier.
A carrier check will return a similar result:
|Model Description: IPHONE 14 PRO MAX SILVER 128GB-USA
Model: iPhone 14 Pro Max 128GB Silver
IMEI Number: 35506366421****
IMEI2 Number: 35506366415****
Serial Number: HQ207Q*****
Activation Status: Activated
Warranty Status: Apple Limited Warranty
Estimated Purchase Date: 11 Oct 2022
Repairs and Service Coverage: Active
Repairs and Service Expiration Date: 10 Oct 2023
AppleCare Eligible: No
Valid Purchase Date: Yes
Registered Device: Yes
Replaced by Apple: No
Loaner Device: No
Find My iPhone: OFF
Next Activation Policy ID: 2417
Locked Carrier: AT&T
Country: United States
SIM-Lock Status: Locked