The cart is empty

Important Instructions

For all HTC Desire X  models we use the IMEI to lookup the code in HTC database. Unlocking codes are assigned to each HTC Desire X  phone on manufacturing time so each code is specific for each IMEI. Please make sure that on the ordering form you use the IMEI from your HTC Desire X  - not from its box (sometime are not matching). We do not refund or replace the order if you've submited wrong IMEI. 

We use the Country/Network information to exlcude some unsupported Carriers. If the carrier/country that locked your HTC Desire X  is not supported please do not select and submit different information as the code will not work. If the order data is not matching your phone we will not issue any refund or replacement.

imei-unlocker.com Live!

Icon

Adella ordered a LG G Pad 8.0 unlock code.

35 mins ago
Icon

We've just unlocked a SAMSUNG Galaxy J7 (2016) for Alona.

37 mins ago
Icon

Mable ordered a Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus unlock code.

38 mins ago
Icon

Sarina Liked the Samsung Galaxy Beam 2 page.

38 mins ago

Unlock Your Phone Now!

Order your unlocking code from imei-unlocker.com today

HTC Desire X

Overview

There are many reasons to unlock your HTC Desire X phone. Unlocking HTC Desire X using our original company codes could be simply done by you. It is requiring generally a few moments to get the code via SMS and put it to use to network unlock your HTC Desire X. You do not need any specialised abilities or sophisticated mobile expertise.

You need to check whether your HTC Desire X is network locked by putting a SIM card from different network in it. If the phone is locked, the SIM card wouldn't be accepted.

Our unlocking services are highly reliable and come at a very good price. Following the payment, we send you the unlocking code via SMS and e-mail. Using this code on your phone you are able to sim unlock it in no time.

Questions & Answers

(check all 252 questions)
Haven't found a solution yet?

HTC Desire X Unlock Answers

There are no product questions yet.

Other imei-unlocker.com answers

Unlock Your Phone Now!

Order your unlocking code from imei-unlocker.com today

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review
(0/64 customer reviews)
Share your thoughts with other customers

The Customer Voice

Testimonials

Highly recommended.

Angelot B
Samsung Galaxy S3 AT&T
Vodafone Germany

Hello imei-unlocker

Martin
HTC One (M8)
Mobilcom A1 Austria

Thank you!

George William
Samsung Galaxy S3 AT&T
AT&T United States

HTC Desire X Unlocking Tutorial

Listed below you will find a list with actions required to carrier unlock HTC Desire X applying manufacturer unlocking codes:

  • Get the IMEI of the HTC Desire X by simply entering *#06#. Furthermore you will discover the IMEI navigating to the About section from Settings menu.
  • Use your IMEI to send the order within this page.
  • You are going to receive the SIM unlock code in about 5 min's through SMS as well as e-mail. Moreover you may get the code accessing your user account webpage from our website.
  • Insert this received code in your HTC Desire X and your phone is unlocked.

Related Articles

Latest Articles About How To Unlock HTC Desire X

Are you confused about too many codes, passwords and PINs?
Here we explain: Network Unlock, Region Lock, SIM Pin, SIM Puk, Hard Lock, Bootloader Lock, Phone password.
No Internet connection?

No Internet connection?

Mar 13, 2015

If you’ve just unlocked the phone and you are unable to connect to the Internet most likely you need to configure the APN settings.

Here you can read more.

How to unlock T-Mobile versions of Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, LG G4 and HTC One M9 [updated 5 July 2015]

How to unlock T-Mobile versions of Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, LG G4 and HTC One M9 [updated 5 July 2015]

Apr 28, 2015

Do you have a T-Mobile phone and currently you are not able to unlock it using codes? Here you can find a solution.

[5 July 2015 - now supporting official service / no software change required]

Stolen/Lost phones | Blacklisted IMEIs

Stolen/Lost phones | Blacklisted IMEIs

Mar 19, 2014

In this article we’ll try to teach you how to check if a phone is reported as stolen/lost and how to deal with the blacklist problem if somehow you buy such a handset.

Contact Us