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Motorola Original Operator Check

Have you requested a Motorola Original Operator Check from doctorSIM and looking for information on how to understand the report you've received?

The Motorola Original Operator Check will tell you to which network provider your Motorola is currently locked.

Once you have that information, you can unlock your Motorola with full guarantees at doctorSIM so you can use it on any network in the world.

 

1. - The different sections of the report.

The report you have received is divided into the following sections:

  • IMEI: The International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) is a unique 15-17 digit number given to every GSM cell phone.
  • MSN: Identification number.
  • Model: Specific name or number of the cell phone.
  • Name: Name under which the phone will be sold.
  • Product Type: Product description.
  • Color: Color of the device.
  • Unit Type: Technology connection of the device.
  • Accounting Product Code: Product identifier.
  • Party ID: Device identifier.
  • Company: The original operator of the Motorola and the network provider that must be selected to successfully unlock the phone.
  • Purchase Country: Country of origin of the network carrier under Company.
  • Warranty Status: Manufacturer guarantee coverage status. Check with your point of sale.
  • Warranty Name: Warranty type as per the manufacturer. Check with your point of sale.
  • Warranty Start: Date warranty commences as per the manufacturer. Check with your point of sale.
  • Warranty End Date: Date guarantee expires as per the manufacturer. Check with your point of sale.
  • Manufacture Date: Date of production.
  • Ship Date: Date of shipment to country of origin. 

 

2. - Which section tells me to which network my Motorola is locked?

The section which tells you to which network your Sony is currently locked is “Company”. The "Purchased Country" section indicates the country of origin of the network carrier under Company.

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