Hi! We are happy to announce that we have developed SonyXperiaUnlocker_v2.0.1.
This tool generates ORIGINAL unlock code without modyfying any files! (like most of unlocker program does)
or PATCHES, removing simlock without code (if code generation is not possible) !
SonyXperiaUnlocker_v2.0.1 repair some bugs from the previous version.Redesigned and buided again from 0,now SonyXperiaUnlocker_v2.0.1 is more secure than ever.
New: All versions of Xperia Smartphones are supported, including Sony Xperia Z2.
Unlock any SIM card
Works on all networks Worldwide
The easiest Sony Xperia Unlock available
No technical knowledge needed
No Changes to Sony Xperia Smartphone features or functionality
No need to Open or Solder
No ‘bricked’ problems
Fully reversible if required
First of all you need to get to get an account to get access.When you’ll open the unlocker click “Click Here to get your account” and you’ll be redirected to your account.
Due massive traffic to our website as well as the download mirror, we decided to set a limit which is the completing of an offer. This should reduce the downloads and usage of our tool. Also you cannot leak it as it has an advanced WinAPI Protection built in.
I’ll show you how to get the unlock code step by step:
Step 1 : Connect your phone to your computer and click “Connect device” and wait until the connection is established.
Why do you have to connect your phone?
It’s because our unlocker have to detect the exact model and reads your phone IMEI.
Step 2 : Click “Generate Unlock Code” and wait for the process to complete while our unlocker is doing all the work.
Step 3 : Enter the code to your phone and that’s it,your phone is now unlocked.
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Sony Xperia is the family of Sony smartphones and tablets. The line has been manufactured since 2008 and currently accounts for more than half of the company’s mobile phone sales. The name Xperia is derived from the word “experience”, and was first used in the Xperia X1 tagline, “I (Sony Ericsson) Xperia the best”.
The Xperia X1 was the first phone to be released in the Xperia range. Released in 2008, it featured a high resolution display (~311 ppi pixel density) and it was intended to fill the widening gap of smartphones as other competitors were producing high-end smartphone devices such as HTC andApple. The X2 was released in the following year, which included an 8.1 MP camera and included Wifi and GPS. By this time there was a clear shift towards the smartphone end of the spectrum. An exception was the Xperia Pureness, a translucent phone without camera that was sold by selected retailers in selected cities.
The X10 was released at the start of 2010, it was the first in the Xperia line to feature the Android operating system, where previous models ran on the Windows Mobile OS. The phone was praised on its design, but its downfall was the outdated version of Android which was 1.6 at a time when competitors were on 2.1. There was a great delay in the update of the firmware, due to the heavily skinned OS, as well as Timescape and Mediascape which needed to be reprogrammed every time an update was made. The phone also lacked pinch to zoom, but this was added later as well as HD video recording. The X10 Mini and the X10 Mini Pro were, as the name suggests, miniature versions of the X10. These were welcomed with good response and proved to be very popular as there were no other smartphones on the market at that time which were as small as the two.
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Sony Xperia Z2 review
So here I am, it’s a little over 12 months since the Xperia Z hit selves and I’m checking out the third iteration of the Japanese firm’s flagship series, the Sony Xperia Z2.
While the timing may be a little odd, you’ve almost got to look past the Xperia Z1 completely, the Xperia Z2 is a flagship smartphone in its own right and it heralds the next generation for Sony.
It builds on its predecessors with an improved screen, increased power under the hood and a slightly more compact chassis.
There’s no question that the Xperia Z2 will be going head to head with the Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One M8 andNokia Lumia 930 this year – and with that in mind it’s got its work cut out.
Sony’s had some trouble getting the Xperia Z2 into stores, missing its original early April release and thus giving an upper hand to the HTC and Samsung, although units are trickling through.
It carries the lofty price tag you’d expect from a flagship handset, with the SIM free Xperia Z2 setting you back at least £545 (around $600, AU$900).
That puts the Sony Xperia Z2 pretty much on par with its direct rivals, so if you’re looking for a way to choose between them pricing isn’t a factor that’ll help you make up your mind.
You’d be hard pushed to tell the Z1 and the Z2 apart, as they look almost identical with the same metal and glass design providing a sturdy and premium, if not a little industrial, finish.
The slabs of glass on the front and rear of the Xperia Z2 may add a level of class to the handset, but they’re also a magnet for fingerprints and dust.
I was constantly wiping the Sony Xperia Z2 to clear the smudges off the screen, but within minutes they built up again. This got rather frustrating after a while, and with exactly the same thing happening round the back I felt like I was fighting a losing battle.
On a positive note the Xperia Z2’s body appears to be far more robust than that of the Z1 and Z1 Compact, which were found to scratch and scuff remarkably easily making the handsets look bruised and battered.
Round the front Sony continues its trend of sizable bezels above and below the display, extending the length of the Xperia Z2 making it taller than its predecessor as well as the One M8 and Galaxy S5.
These extra large bezels do detract slightly from the overall finish of the handset, but I suspect in a similar fashion to the black bar below the screen on the One M8, they’re all about squeezing in the latest tech under the hood.
Sony has narrowed the width and shaved off some of the depth in an attempt to make the Xperia Z2 usable in one hand, and for the most part it is.
It’s by no way a small device, but I was able to hold the Xperia Z2 in my hand and access pretty much the whole expanse for the 5.2-inch display without calling in my second paw.
The metal and glass body doesn’t give a huge amount of grip, and the flat angular design means it’s not the comfiest handset to hold for extended period of times.
I came straight from the HTC One M8 to the Xperia Z2 and the curved rear on the HTC made it far more palm friendly than Sony’s offering.
Perhaps a nod towards HTC is the arrival of dual front facing speakers on the Xperia Z2, although at first glance you may not notice they’re there.
Sony has been far more subtle with their placement compared to HTC, with small deviations in design at the top and bottom of the Xperia Z2’s frame revealing slender speaker grills.
Flip the Xperia Z2 to landscape for a movie marathon or gaming session and you’ll immediately benefit from the new speaker location. The Xperia Z1 had its speaker location on its base which was easily covered when held in landscape.
Back to portrait and the centralised power/lock key down the right side of the Xperia Z2 nestles under your thumb or finger, making it extremely easy to access.
The volume rocker sits just below, again in an easy to reach position, while towards the base of the handset you’ll find the dedicated shutter key which provides a shortcut to the camera app as well as a way to snap pictures underwater.
Sony has kept up its dust- and waterproofing tradition with the Xperia Z2 and thus you find the first of two flappy bits on the right of the handset.
It’s tasked with covering the microSD slot, allowing you to build on the mediocre 16GB of internal storage with support of cards up to 128GB in size.
I found this flap, and the one of the left side covered the microSIM and microUSB ports, easy to remove and replace – although I fear for their durability. All it takes is for one of those flaps to fail and next time you take your Xperia Z2 into the bath it’s game over.
There have already been reports of the Xperia Z2 failing to keep the water out, but during my dunking time with the handset I didn’t experience any leakage. Just remember to close those flaps firmly!
It is frustrating to have to open a flap to access the charging port, and with it being located on the side of the device rather than the base like the Galaxy S5, it makes the Z2 harder to handle when plugged in.
Anyone looking to upgrade from the original Xperia Z though will be pleased to see an uncovered headphone jack up top, continuing the tradition from the Z1.
Round the back the Xperia Z2 doesn’t look that much different than the front, with the understated 20.7MP camera lens and single LED flash the only blemishes on the glass covered surface.
The Sony Xperia Z2 doesn’t do anything outlandish in terms of style, and it’s yet another black slab of glass – but it is a well built, premium, functional and waterproof device which certainly trumps the design of the Galaxy S5.
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This software has no virus,is free 100%
And running on any operating sistem…
Tested and fully working with an accurate of 99% working rate
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