With the results of JD Power's customer satisfaction survey being most unkind for T-Mobile, Samsung Galaxy S 4G fans may want to try and bring their phone elsewhere. Thanks to XDA developer SanFranX415, users can. All they need is root access, a hex editor, and plenty of patience to find the unlock code buried deep in the Android OS. There's a thread here that will walk users through the process, but it's always important to remember that having to root a phone may cause your warranty to be voided.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4G is available for $150 with a two year contract from T-Mobile. It's got a Super AMOLED screen, and runs Android 2.2 (Froyo) under Samsung's TouchWiz. It's 5MP camera can also shoot 720p HD video. Check out our hands on here.
[via XDA Developers]