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byPublished on 07-27-2014 08:55 AM
Legal without the permission of you carrier... That's what most consumers wanted. No limitations on what they can do with their cell phones. This should increase the number of resources for unlocking devices and hopefully lower the cost of unlock codes.
This bill is on the doorstep of the President and just has to pass through the Senate. The President already acknowledged that he will sign it into a law.
During this time period Cricket has gone from CDMA to GSM. This unlocking bill is still just as important for us.
HOWEVER, I am curious if anyone actually got in trouble for unlocking during this time period? I don't know of one story.
------------------------- ...byPublished on 07-08-2014 10:38 PM
Did you know that there is a good chance you can use "OK Google" hotword detection to initiate a search from any screen if you have an Android device on KitKat 4.4?
A recent update allowed users to take advantage of features once only present in the Nexus 5.
...byPublished on 07-05-2014 08:03 PM
So we were spot on with the Samsung Galaxy S5. Next up the Nokia Lumia 630...
...byPublished on 06-19-2014 06:28 PM
Source that I believe to be reliable say that a GSM Samsung Galaxy S5 will be released on Cricket Wireless on the 27th of this month. Pricing also hints that it will be around $540 dollars for the device AFTER the $50 rebate which has been going on for a bit now.
This flagship device will allow users to utilize Cricket's new 4G LTE network powered by AT&T Wireless. For more information, stay tuned to this thread. ...byPublished on 06-17-2014 10:39 PM
I don't have my own Nexus 5 anymore, but my coworker had a Spring Nexus 5 on T-mobile. Although AT&T has LTE here, most devices switch back and forth between that an HSPA inside my building.
Here are the results:
...byPublished on 06-05-2014 01:11 PM
Starting Friday, you can get the LG Optimus L70 for $50 after a $50 MIR.
4.5" WVGA IPS Display (480 x 800 pixels; Corning Gorilla Glass 3)
1.2 Dual-Core Processor (Qualcomm MSM8210)
1 GB RAM
4 GB Internal Storage (1.5 GB User Avail. Memory)
5 MP camera
VGA Front Facing
2,040 mAh battery
4.4.2 Kit Kat
This phone does take advantage of some of the key features included in other high end LG devices ...byPublished on 06-03-2014 09:39 PM
If you feel like you've been wronged by Cricket Wireless, here's a reasonable solution to get the most money out of your old device.
Remember that values will drop quick as Cricket approached the full changeover to GSM. Procrastinating will not help.
Sell on eBay: cricket s4 | eBay ...byPublished on 06-01-2014 10:31 AM
From the first Verizon LTE phone I tried to use on a GSM carrier (HTC Droid DNA), I knew that MMS would be an issue. The solution for that phone was to use another ROM. However Verizon had these phones configured, it would not allow MMS to send or receive with just an APN change.
Sometimes the fix is modification of the build.prop. However, the easiest method I've found to overcome these issues is to use GoSMS and manually configure the MMS.
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