I sent a 3rd message today. If the OP @mobbdeep does respond I will update everyone here but till date no response.
Double and triple check that you meet all requirements stated in the first post, and that you've included all 3 necessary details in your message. OP has previously commented that they may simply not reply to incomplete or invalid requests, instead of responding
Per the original post only account holder last name and phone # is required. I also gave imei, phone model details and also let know that it was purchased from a tmo store under a postpaid account. Even after all this it was simply ignored there's nothing else I can do. I believe all requirements /information has been met /provided.
I'm not saying that's what happened here. It does seem like you meet the requirements, and yes, you provided all 3 necessary itemsPer the original post only account holder last name and phone # is required. I also gave imei, phone model details and also let know that it was purchased from a tmo store under a postpaid account. Even after all this it was simply ignored there's nothing else I can do. I believe all requirements /information has been met /provided.
If they need more info a simple response would have sufficed.
Fair enough, I understand you were only trying to help and the only person who gave me a response. My issue is not them being able to unlock it. I don't know how they do the unlocking and it's possible there's something underlying with my account or phone preventing this. My account and plan is so old that even tmo reps have difficulty figuring out the features.
I got a response from you today and the phone is unlocked now. Thank you very much. It did take a week or so.The only time I "ignore" someone is if...
- They send me just an IMEI
- They say they bought it from eBay, FB, etc
- They're sending me a PM in a foreign language
- They're simply not with T-Mobile at all
- They're asking unlock their bootloader
- They're asking for irrelevant advice
Other than that, you would have gotten a response in 1-3 days based on how busy I am. I don't remember if I sent you a reply or not but if you feel you were truly ignored and you don't fall under any of the things I said above, then send me another PM.
For T-Mo OnePlus models, the "OEM Unlock" setting in Developer Options isn't available until the device is SIM unlocked, for whatever reason. That's probably the reason that you get so many OnePlus requestsNetwork unlock. The ability to take your phone to any other carrier without fulfilling T-Mobiles network lock restrictions (phone paid off and on their network for 45 days). Also, doesn't OnePlus provide the key to unlock their bootloader? You submit an online form and wait 7 days for them to give you the key.
The title of the thread states very clearly that this is for SIM unlocking, not bootloader unlocking.
You don't have to worry about that, buddy. Same as you're not obliged to do any of this.This past weekend, I mentioned the unlock requests would be resumed Monday 10/4. Unfortunately, some things came up with work and me needing time to get settled into my new place, which is why they're still delayed. I have not forgotten about these requests. Trust me, when I get back on them, I have about 110 sitting in my inbox as we speak. You will get a reply as soon as I get them complete.
Again, thank you all for your patience and understanding!
@mobbdeep, I reached out to you on 8/17. I am pretty sure you are just busy with your daily stuffs which causing delay to the inbox or my DM is lost in the hundreds of requests you get. But whenever you get a chance, please check the DM and let me know if you need anything else.
@mobbdeep , i sent you a PM message yesterday morning, Please look at when you get a chance. Need to make an international trip so this is a little bit important to get it done soon. I know you are very busy these days, But pls look at it when you get a chance. Will donate as soon as they are unlocked.