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Motorola U9 IMEI Unlock Codes

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How it's Done

The most convenient method of getting your Motorola U9 unlocked within minutes is to use Motorola subsidy passwords from GSMLiberty. Subsidy passwords are generated on the basis of your phone’s 15 digit IMEI number. Enter your information on our website. We will send you easy to follow instructions and you can unlock your phone within minutes. Then you can use it with any other compatible GSM network.

Is it easy to get the SIM lock removed from my Motorola U9 phone?

The easiest and most reliable way to get your Motorola U9 phone unlocked is to use the Motorola subsidy password from a reputable unlocking service provider like GSMLiberty.

How does the subsidy password work?

Motorola subsidy passwords are phone specific passwords which smoothly remove the SIM lock that was enabled by your service provider. With the lock removed, you can use your phone with the carrier of your choice.

Are Motorola subsidy passwords easy to get?

You can easily order the Motorola subsidy password for your Motorola U9 from GSMLiberty. We are a reputable company and have been providing subsidy passwords for various models of Motorola phones for some time now.

What details do I need to provide to GSMLiberty?

We will need your phone’s unique International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number. This will identify your individual phone so that we can generate the correct subsidy password for you. We will then deliver it to you via email.

How do I find the IMEI number in my phone?

Here are two ways to find your phone’s IMEI number.

  1. Remove the battery and look for the 15 digit IMEI number present on the label which is located underneath the battery.
  2. Dial *#06#* while the phone is powered on. The 15 digit IMEI number will be displayed on the screen.

What if I see two different IMEI numbers in my Motorola U9?

Please use the number that you find on the phone itself. The one on the phone box may not be the correct number.

What is the procedure for entering the unlock codes in my Motorola U9?

Entering the unlock codes in your Motorola U9 phone is a simple process. Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Switch ON your Motorola U9 phone with a non-allowed SIM card
  2. The message “Enter Special Code” will be displayed. Note that the term special code refers to the subsidy code that GSMLiberty sent to you
  3. Enter the subsidy code that you received, using your phone’s keypad

If any of the following messages appear, keep your phone ‘ON’ and enter the dial codes after some time. This may happen if you enter too many wrong codes:

  1. Contact Service Provider
  2. Wait before entering special code or subsidy password
  3. Contact service

What is being referred to as non-allowed SIM card?

A non-allowed SIM card here refers to a SIM card from a network other than the one that your phone is locked to.

Do you guarantee that your subsidy password will work? What if it does not?

GSMLiberty is a reliable subsidy password provider for Motorola phones and we have many satisfied clients. If, for some reason, our subsidy password fails to remove the lock from your Motorola U9 phone, GSMLiberty will refund your payment in full.

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