Huawei G6310 can be unlocked by an unlock code if it asks for NCK or SIM unlock code after changing the SIM card. Means, if your phone is asking for unlock code, then it can be easily unlocked. This unlocking method is the fastest and risk-free to make your device network-free. Unlocking by code does not involve any hardware or firmware change, means you are not going to lose the warranty of your phone. All major carriers are supported for unlocking including Telekom, Chatr, Koodo, Mobilicity, MTS, Sasktel, Zoomer, Cricket, Vodafone, Orange, O2, 3 UK, Virgin mobile, Rogers, Fido, ATT, SoftBank, T-Mobile, MetroPCS, Telstra, Optus, Tesco, Xfinity Mobile, EE, Bell, Telus, SFR, Bouygues, Movistar, TIM, TMN, A1, etc.
To generate the correct SIMlock code of Huawei G6310, we need only 15-digit IMEI. You can find out the correct 15-digit unique IMEI by dialing *06# as a phone number or you can also check in the settings.
Since the factory unlock code directly comes from Huawei server, we don’t need any another information except IMEI. The code will be 100% genuine and will work fine.
Once order placed, you will get the following types of codes:
NCK – NCK or Network Code will remove the main network restriction from your Huawei G6310 phone.
SPCK – Service Provider Code or Subset Unlock PIN will remove the network restriction from the subset network (e.g. Tesco in the U.K.).
SIMLock Block Unlock Reset Key – “SIMLock Block Unlock Reset Key” will be used to reset the code counter if you have already tried with so many wrong codes on your Huawei G6310.
Note: In a few cases, you may get only NCK or Unlock Code, if in the database only one set of codes will be available. There will be no refund in such case.
How long we need to wait for a Huawei unlock code?
The approximate delivery time for a Huawei phone unlock code is 1 to 10 days.
The average response time for a Huawei phone unlock code is 2 days (based on last 100 orders).
How to Unlock Huawei G6310 by Code?
You may get up to 4 codes, depending on the network provider.
1. Switch Off the G6310.
2. Insert another operator SIM card.
3. Switch On.
4. When the device asks for the code, enter the first code which is provided by mysimunlock.net.
6. If the first code doesn’t work then you can try with the second or the third code.
Now your Huawei G6310 should be network-free and can be used with all the SIM cards worldwide.
If the above-mentioned steps don’t work for you, then enter the last code. You should see “confirm unsuccessful” message. Now again enter the previous codes.