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SIM Unlock Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge

This is completed guide for SIM Unlock Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. You can unlock your device that you don't need a PC, just need a wifi . 
Please make sure your S6/S6 Edge are OE2 build number. If not,your device is OC9 or OCF, just turn on wifi, go to Settings menu, scroll down to System Update, Update now. After you got OE2 build, download 4 files in attachment:
supersu.7z
pingpongroot_beta6.apk
GTv3.1.5.apk
GTUpdate2_v3.1.8.apk


Root step:
Extract supersu.7z
Install Superuser.apk from extract supersu.7z
Install pingpongroot_beta6.apk and run it, it will required installation SuperSU again, click Install. Don't run SuperSU
Run pingpongroot, click Get root. If it show "It is recommended to reboot your device NOW" that mean your device is rooted, just need reboot. If not, click Download Data then click Get root. If you still don't get message "It is recommended to reboot your device NOW" that mean you missed SuperSU 
If you are on 5.1.1 Lollipop, something are very important before doing root (This method will be voided warranty)
Disable Reactivation lock. This is very important! For this:
  1. Go to Settings > Lock screen and security > Find my mobile.
  2. Disable the Reactivation lock if it’s enabled, using the toggle button.
    Tip: If you haven’t added a Samsung account on your device ever, you would find it disabled by default. But if you did add a Samsung account anytime, it would be enabled most probably, so take care to disable it. If you are unable to this on phone, you can use Samsung’s website for this, just sign-in, go to Find my mobile section, and then disable from there.
  3. Enable OEM Unlocking. It’s important and you need this to be able to flash anything on you Sprint S6 using Odin software after Android 5.1.1 update. Do this:
  1. Go to Settings > About device. Tap on build no. around 7 times until you get ‘You’re now a developer’ message.
  2. Go back to settings, and tap on ‘Developer options’.
  3. Now, find the ‘OEM unlocking’ option, and use its toggle button to enable it.


Unlock step: 

Insert SIM Card use for your GSM
Install GTv3.1.5.apk (idone app)
Install GTUpdate2_v3.1.8.apk and run it, SuperSU will ask to grant it, click Grant, click Update and reboot device even after app GalaxyTools exits.
Run idone, click *SIM UICC Unlock*
Reboot your device, go to Settings menu, Mobile networks, Network mode, Select GSM/UMTS. Your device will have signal and can make call.