I am doing free SIM unlocking on the T-Mobile OnePlus 8. This allows your device to be network unlocked once you choose "Permanent Unlock" on the T-Mobile Device Unlock app or in Settings > WiFi & Internet > SIM & Network > Network Unlock.
ATTN: IF YOU DO NOT MEET THE BELOW REQUIREMENTS OR READ THIS ENTIRE THREAD, DO NOT PM ME AND WAIST OUR TIME, YOU WILL BE IGNORED!
** YES, I CAN UNLOCK YOUR 7 PRO/7T/7T PRO MCLAREN 5G **
Current turnaround time: ~1-3 days depending on how busy I am.
If you meet the above requirements, PM the last name of the account holder and your phone number associated with said OnePlus 8.
- Unlocking for T-Mobile OnePlus 8 variant only.
- Not eligible for MetroPCS users.
- Device must be on the network for AT LEAST 3 full calendar days.
- Cannot be on the OnePlus 8 international firmware.
- Can be bought 3rd party but must be the T-Mobile variant and using the T-Mobile network.
I cannot unlock with just an IMEI number or prepaid phones.
- Please keep in mind I get a lot of PM's regarding this so you will get a reply when yours has been completed. Do not send multiple requests.
- If you make any SIM card changes, you will have to wait at least 24 hours for me to be able to unlock your device.
- Your device does NOT have to be paid off.
- There is no 100% guarantee this will work. There could be a possibility of an unlock ineligibility.
- The device MUST be one purchased from T-Mobile or a 3rd party but the T-Mobile variant, NOT OnePlus themselves or a different carrier.
ERROR CODE = 255? See below..
- Clear your network settings. Settings > System > Reset Options > Reset WiFi, Mobile, & Bluetooth.
- Power cycle your device (turn it off and on).
- Still doesn't work? PM me your phone number.
- I may request you to simply direct message TMobileHelp on Twitter to whitelist your IMEI.
Plenty of vouches here from my OP7T unlocking:
Plenty of vouches here from my OP7 Pro unlocking:
Feel free to donate below!
CashApp: Given in PM by request.
Try a different rep and say you will have to switch providers if they can't do it.
@An7roid1pro Hello, I've removed your personal information from your post in order to protect your privacy and to prevent misuse. Gratefully, the moderators' team became aware thanks to a report of an attentive member.
I suggest to always carefully consider what type of information you publicly share on the internet including XDA. However, it's your sole decision and if you indeed wanted to provide these information publicly please feel free to revert my changes. Please be also aware that the OP requested this private information to be only provided to him by private message.
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