How to Find a Compatible 4.0 My Choice Unlocked Phone

I’ve been noticing a lot of posts in the community, and other forums, about folks that purchase phones that they believe are compatible with Republic, but it turns out they aren’t. In most cases, it is because the manufacturer makes multiple versions of the same phone, but only one of those versions is compatible with Republic.

I should note, if you already have the phone, the easiest way to check is to download the Republic Wireless App (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.republicwireless.tel) and open it. It will quickly let you know if your phone is compatible. That obviously doesn’t work is you’re still shopping. Tips for that situation are below. If a phone below isn’t sold by Republic, but is sold by reliable 3rd party with some stability to their inventory, I may include a link below.

First, here is the list of supported phones: https://help.republicwireless.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005789107-Republic-Wireless-Phones and Republic’s official advice on checking if a phone is compatible: https://help.republicwireless.com/hc/en-us/articles/360004432794-How-to-Confirm-a-Phone-You-Have-or-Will-Purchase-Is-Compatible-with-Republic-Wireless To be clear, ONLY the specific phone models on the list will work with Republic. “Similar” models will not work.

Troublesome Models addressed in this post:

Moto Zs (all generations)
Samsung Galaxy A10e / A20 / A50
Samsung Galaxy S7 / S7 Edge
Samsung Galaxy S6
Samsung Galaxy S8, S9, S10 and Note 8, Note 9, and Note 10
Samsung J3/J7
An Important Note about Samsung Devices
Google Nexus 6
Google Pixel / Pixel XL
Google Pixel 3a / Pixel 3a XL
Moto X4
Moto G Power & Moto G Stylus
Moto G7
Moto G7 Power
Moto G6
Moto G6 Play
Moto G5+
Moto E6
Moto E5 Play
Moto E4 / E4+
A General Moto Warning

Moto Zs (all generations)

Here, we have the case of the manufacturer reusing the model number of a phone of multiple versions of the phone. Motorola has reused their model numbers for the North America Unlocked Version, the Brazilian version, the Indian version and the International Dual SIM version of their phones. ONLY the North America Unlocked version will work with Republic. There are some things you can check to verify if it is the North America Unlocked version: First, does the SKU include “NARTL”? If so, it is the compatible version. Also, on the phone itself, does the phone have dual SIMs? If yes, then it won’t work. Finally, if you have the phone, you can check the Settings – About Phone – System Version and look for "en.US" there for the correct version, or check the “Software Channel” and be sure it indicates “retus” or “amzn”, any other software channel is not compatible.

Samsung Galaxy A10e / A20 / A50

It appears that although the Republic's current documentation indicating models that end in "XAG" are the compatible model, the traditional factory unlocked model indicator "XAA" will also work. Note, that in either case, on the phones themselves, the model MUST end with "U1".

Samsung Galaxy S7 / S7 Edge

The unlocked versions of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are easier to find. Their model numbers (SM-G930U and SM-G935U) are only applicable to the unlocked versions. That being said, there are a number of unscrupulous sellers on eBay and Amazon selling phones that are NOT the “U” version of the phone, but labeling them as such. These sellers are buying carrier branded phones, reflashing them, and selling them as the “U” version. While these models may or may not activate with Republic, they have incompatibilities that will limit your coverage and provide an inferior user experience. There is generally one way to tell that the phone you’re looking at is one of these “frankenphones”. In the listing, does the seller mention that the phone will only work with GSM carriers? Or that it doesn’t work with Sprint or Verizon? If that’s the case, you should skip that phone, as it isn’t the factory unlocked version.

Samsung Galaxy S6

It is quite honestly nearly impossible to get a compatible S6 used. When Samsung released the unlocked Galaxy S6, they used the same model number (SM-G920T) as the T-Mobile version of the phone. However, the T-Mobile version, won’t work with Republic. In addition, Samsung sold very few unlocked versions of these phones, so nearly every SM-G920T that you’ll find used, won’t work with Republic. The only way to tell if the phone you’re looking at will work with Republic is to check the actual Android build of the phone or to verify the SKU, instead of the Model. The compatible SKU is SM-G920TZKAXAR and you can find the supported builds In the Compatible Phones document.

Samsung Galaxy S8, S9, S10, Note 8, Note 9 & Note 10

Here, we have an issue with Samsung creating a new, and confusing model number scheme. Depending whether you are looking on the phone itself, or you’re looking at the box, or the longer SKU listed on websites, you’re looking for two different things.
On the phone: The model number listed MUST be SM-G950U1, SM-G955U1, SM-N950U1, SM-N960U1, SM-G960U1, SM-G965U1, SM-G970U1, SM-G973U1, SM-G975U1, SM-N970U1 or SM-N975U1. The “1” is very important. Unlike previous Samsung phones, the plain “U” version is NOT factory unlocked, and therefore NOT compatible with Republic.
On the box or websites: In this case the SKU must start with SMG950U, SMG955U, SMN950U, SMG960U, SMN960U, SMG965U, SMG970U, SMG973U, SMG975U, SMN970U or SMN975U and MUST end with XAA (other than the exception below). The letters in between don’t matter, as they simply indicate color and capacity. To add further confusion, it appears that some retailers are using an entirely different SKU when selling the unlocked version. I’ve confirmed that at least Best buy and ABT Electronics have placed a sticker on the boxes that they sell that shows SMG950u1Z?AX, SMG955u1?AX, SMN950u1?AX, SMG960u1?AX, SMN960u1?AX, SMG965u1?AX, SMG970u1Z?AX and SMG970u1Z?AX and SMG975u1Z?AX as the SKUs for the US unlocked versions. Please note the “?” mark can be replaced with any letter as this letter indicates only color. These SKUs will work as they are the US Unlocked versions. Best Buy does currently have the compatible Galaxy S10 available: Galaxy S10 at Best Buy


Please note: That being said, there are a number of unscrupulous sellers on eBay and Amazon selling phones that are NOT the “U1” version of the phone, but labeling them as such. These sellers are buying carrier-branded phones, reflashing them, and selling them as the “U1” or “XAA” version. While these models may or may not activate with Republic, they have incompatibilities that will limit your coverage and provide an inferior user experience. There is generally one way to tell that the phone you’re looking at is one of these “frankenphones”. In the listing, does the seller mention that the phone will only work with GSM carriers? Or that it doesn’t work with Sprint or Verizon? If that’s the case, you should skip that phone, as it isn’t the factory unlocked version.

Samsung J3/J7

Samsung makes what seems like a million versions of these phones. The model numbers that work with Republic are very specific and are, when sold or advertised, just called the J3 or J7. Any J3 or J7 with another part to the name, such as the J7 TOP, J3 Luna, or J3 Star or J3 Achieve are NOT compatible with Republic even if the seller is claiming the model number matches.

An Important Note about Samsung Devices

As the most popular Android devices in the world Samsung phones are the playground of folks from skilled technical users to scammers. These folks may modify phones in a way that causes the phone to show the right model number, but then you find that the phone isn't compatible when installing the Republic App. Because of the possibility of these modifications, there is unfortunately only one real way to check a Samsung and that's to look on the back of the phone where the model number is usually etched into the glass back, or printed under a removable back. If you run into a problem where a phone that appears to be compatible is reporting that it isn't, the support team will ask for a picture of this information on the phone.

Nexus 6

Once again, we have a case of sellers selling phones with a model number that looks compatible (XT1103) and then saying that the phone doesn’t work with CDMA carriers. This either means that the phone is the international version, reflashed to look like the North America Unlocked version or that the phone is blacklisted with the CDMA carriers because of unpaid bills or something similar. In either case, the phones are to be avoided (and I would recommend, so is the seller). While the phone MAY activate with Republic, if issues arise, Republic will be unable to assist in working to improve the coverage or troubleshoot.

Google Pixel / Pixel XL / Pixel 2 / Pixel 2XL / Pixel 3 / Pixel 3XL

Recently, I’ve seen a number of listings on eBay for the Google Pixel and Pixel XL that advertise themselves as the Unlocked Verizon version of the phone. While the Verizon version of the Pixel is compatible with Republic (as Google doesn’t allow Verizon to modify the software on the phone), a number of these listings state “Will not activate with Sprint”. In these cases the phones are equivalent to the “frankenphones” I’ve described above in the S7 section. These phones may activate with Republic, and work on the GSM carrier partner, but in case of coverage issues will never be able to be activated with the the CDMA partner (Sprint). I would advise that these phones be avoided if you’re seeking service with Republic.

Google Pixel 3a / Pixel 3a XL

The Google Pixel 3a is listed on the Republic site as model: G020G and the Pixel 3a XL as model: G020C While this is Google's official model number, the phones are being sold by a number of retailers using other model numbers. At Best Buy, B&H and Walmart you'll find the compatible version listed as follows: Pixel 3a: GA00655-US, GA00656-US, or GA00657-US and Pixel 3a XL: GA00664-US, GA00665-US or GA00666-US Despite the way they're listed, all will work with Republic.

Moto X4

This one is fairly simple. Some retailers use the Model Number, XT1900-1. When they use this, things are easy, because it matches the Republic documentation. Some other retailers are instead using the MPN (Manufacturer’s Part Number). In this case, the phone will be listed as PA8S0006US, PA8S0007US, PA8S0017US, PA8S0019US, PA8S0021US or PA8S0024US. These are the same phone, and no matter which way it is listed, it will work with Republic.

Moto G Power & Moto G Stylus

Motorola has, in their infinite wisdom, decided to release their 8th generation Moto G phones in the US under the names "Moto G Power" and "Moto G Stylus". In other countries, these phones are being sold as the Moto G8 Power & Stylus. Not only are the phones named differently, but their specifications are different even down to the location of the headphone jack. So, other than confusion, what does that mean? You'll need to look for the right model numbers (XT2041-4 for the Power and XT2043-4 for the Stylus). The correct US Factory Unlocked version will come with a US Warranty, while the other versions will not. Finally, to further confuse things, the model number that Best Buy is using for the correct version is: PAH30004US for the Power and PAH10002US for the Stylus.

Moto G7

The Motorola model number for the Moto G7 is XT1962-1. In some cases, you may find the phone advertised by its part number: PAE00002US, PAE00004US, or PAE00009US. These are all the same phone, just different colors. All are compatible with Republic.

Moto G7 Power

The only Moto G7 Power that will work with Republic is the XT1955-5. Please note that the correct version of the phone does NOT come in 64GB. Any that you might see on Amazon or eBay having 64GB were meant for sale only outside the US and will NOT work on Republic.

Moto G6

Once again, we have the fun on multiple model numbers. The Motorola Model number is XT1925-6. In some cases you may see the phone advertised by its part number. In this case, the phone will be listed as PAAE0000US, PAAE0002US, PAAE0007US, PAAE0008US, or PAAE0009US. These are the same phone (differences may be Amazon Prime Exclusive version and/or color) and no matter which way it is listed, it will work with Republic.

Moto G6 Play

Unfortunately Motorola has user the same Model number XT1922-9 for both the Factory Unlocked and AT&T version of the phones. The AT&T version, even if unlocked, can NOT be used with Republic. It appears that listings for the AT&T version will indicate the phone can NOT be used with Sprint, Verizon or CDMA carriers or will say "GSM Unlocked". The "real" factory unlocked version works with all major carriers. You can also check on the phone at Settings -- About Phone -- Software Channel and make sure that it says RETUS and **NOT** ATT.

Moto G5+

I’ve recently begun seeing eBay and Amazon sellers advertising phones as the XT1687 or 01110NARTL as “Unlocked” and saying it works with all carriers. However, that’s not what they’re selling. They’re generally Mexican versions (software channel AMXLA) which means they are incompatible with Republic. This creates an unfortunate situation where the only way to tell if the phone is the US FACTORY Unlocked version is to check the software channel on the phone and be sure it is RETUS or AMZ.

Moto E6

While we’ve yet to see specific problems with the Moto E6, many of the online listings do not include the model number of the phone.

Moto E5 Play

Thanks again to Motorola for using the same model number (XT1921-2) for multiple versions. For instance, the Cricket version carries the same model number, but won’t work with Republic. So, once again, you can only be sure a 3rd-party-purchased E5 Play will work with Republic by checking the Software Channel and verifying that it is “RETUS” or “AMZN”.

Moto E4 and E4+

We once again run into the combination of Motorola using the same model for multiple version of the phone and unscrupulous eBay sellers. In this case, the Consumer Cellular versions of the E4 and E4 plus carry the same model numbers as the Unlocked version (XT1768 / XT1775). It appears the CC version of the phone didn’t sell well and inventory of these phones has been dumped in bulk. Unscrupulous sellers are buying these in bulk, unlocking them (they’re locked to CC when sold new) and selling them on eBay as factory unlocked. They are not factory unlocked, and won’t work with Republic. Unfortunately, the only way to tell is to look at the “Software Channel” under Settings – About Phone. The US factory unlocked channel is “retus” and the Amazon Prime Channel is “amzn”. Both these will work with Republic. Any other software channel will not.

A General Moto Warning

I've just recently seen a new issue, that I haven't seen before with Moto Phones for sale on eBay. Sellers are taking non-US versions of phones and flashing the US firmware on them. When you look at the phone it appears to be a compatible model (such as Moto G4+) appears to be a compatible software channel (retus) and even appears to be a compatible build however the actual hardware model is incorrect and the phone won't activate with Republic. The only way to be sure this isn't happening is to make sure you've checked the model number against https://help.republicwireless.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005789107-Republic-Wireless-Phones

I’ll update as more troublesome models appear.

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another phone that is causing issue is the Moto Z Play (Motorola reused the XT1635-02 for both the Unlocked North American model and the Brazil model (in this case one must check for the North American model)

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Thanks for the reminder, added.

Updated 11/25/17 to add information regarding the Galaxy S8/S8+

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For the S8, does the SKU AND the model number both have to meet the requirements listed above? Or does one or the other work?

They should have both the SKU and Model number as those combos don’t change. If you notice something that doesn’t match, please let me know!

I’ve got another question, which I think is related, but please correct me if I’m wrong… does it matter if a phone is sold as “Verizon unlocked”? How can a phone be unlocked if it’s still tied to a carrier?

Phones can be carrier branded (and previously locked) but then carrier unlocked. That being said, no such phone works with Republic. All Republic compatible phones are “factory unlocked” which means no carrier branding.

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Thanks for the response! I’m looking for a new phone and would like to try the whole BYOP program, but am struggling to find phones that match all the constraints. I’m unsure of whether or not this is the right place for this, but would you be able to check this link & let me know if it looks compatible?

The Z Play can be a challenge. XT1635-02 is the correct model and the description doesn’t say anything regarding dual SIMs, so it should be the correct version. The best thing would be to contact the seller and ask them to give you the information under Settings – About Phone – System and see if en.US is in the answer (in which case it is the correct version).

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The purchase web operation for checking compatibility for the s9 phone says: Buying elsewhere? Follow these steps.

  1. We only support the North America unlocked version of this phone. Look for one of these model numbers in the product details: SM-G960UZKAXAA , SM-G960UZBAXAA , SM-G960UZPAXAA

Yet this post says it absolutely has to have a ‘1’ in the model number…What gives?

Two different things. The Model number on the phone itself reads “SM-G960U1”. The longer SKU on the box is as you’ve listed in your post. It is addressed above in my post:

I agree it’s confusing and not explained well. I recently recommended a clarification and was ignored. https://forums.republicwireless.com/t/samsung-galaxy-s8-model-number/17188/3?u=planetherapist

:flight_departure:

The post clearly states: “On the phone:” before the part indicating the “1” is necessary and that is absolutely correct, with no exception.

As of today, is this still up-to-date information? For instance, would a note 8 with MPN # SM-N950UZVASPR still be unsupported? Thanks!

Yes, the article is correct and no, the Sprint version (the model you indicated) won’t work with Republic.

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Added Moto G6

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Hi! This forum is super helpful because it’s so specific with phone models but I’m a bit confused about the Samsung Galaxy S8 phone requirements. Are the numbers on the box stated in the original post the only acceptable ones? (It’s been a few months). I would like to BYOP with the number on the phone as SM-G950U1. And the number on the Best Buy box as SMG950U1ZBAK. Will this work? I was wondering if Samsung has released a new batch of phones but RW hasn’t updated the list above… Much thanks in advance!

Can you please share a link to the listing as a search on the Best buy some isn’t coming up with anything showing that model number. Once I have the link I can verify compatibility and then update the article as necessary.

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Hi @jasons.2VUP,

The above list is maintained by helpful and knowledgeable Community members. It’s one of the many ways our Community is such a valuable resource for our members. Thanks for participating!