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Why to Buy Unlocked Cellphones?

1. Move among carriers freely: Mobile phones sold by carriers are limited to one network, while most unlocked cellphones are compatible with all of the Big Four carriers, though some are limited to GSM networks only like AT&T and T-Mobile. This means you won't have to change your phone if you want to change your service provider or when travelling.

2. In control of your phone: Unlike contract phones, an unlocked phone is totally yours, without monthly payments to manage — and you’ll likely get a better return on your unlocked phone should you decide to resell it.

3. No carrier bloatware: Annoyed with apps you don’t need? With an unlocked Android phone, you don’t have to deal with carrier bloatware, which can take up precious space on your phone's storage. However, bloatware provided by the manufacturer or seller, in the case of Amazon's Prime Exclusive phones, may still be present.

The only drawback of buying unlocked phone may be the full payment. When you're hesitating which to buy, think of the advantages and disadvantage above.
Depending on your location and the manufacturers, there are many unlocked mobile phones available. For example, Motorola labels "unlocked cell phones" on its US official website.

Difference Between Carrier Unlocking and Bootloader Unlocking

Carrier unlocking means you break free on the limitations on which carriers you can use set by a given cellphone company that doesn't want its customers to use their phones with other carriers.

Unlocking the bootloader of your android phone is required in most cases if you use tools in order to gain full (“root”) access to the system.

How to Recover Lost Contacts on Unlocked Android Mobile Phone?

When you frequently move among carriers and change SIM cards on your unlocked phone, it is almost inevitable to lose some (if not all) your important contacts. Of course, it does not only occur on unlocked phones, and there are many methods to back up phone data. Anyway, let's face the music when the accident really happens. How can we undelete contacts on unlocked Android smartphone?

Best Android Contact Recovery Software

iReparo Android Data Recovery is the best and most safe recovery app for Android contacts as well as other phone data.
  • Retrieve contacts, including phone number, name, email, etc., from phone memory and SIM card
  • Filter files for scanning according to formats and type
  • Recognize almost all flagships of main manufacturers
  • 100% safe and risk free with no alteration to your phone or your data 

Easy Steps for Unlocked Phone Contact Recovery

1. Run the recovery tool and choose the file you need to recover. For contact recovery, choose Database.

2. Connect your phone to PC, and follow on-screen instruction. You'll need to turn on USB debugging on your phone. See how.
3. Preview and Recover files from your mobile phone to PC.







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