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Thread: Htc evo 4g lte

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    Htc evo 4g lte

    Does anyone have a fully flashed and activated EVO LTE on cricket?

    Does anyone have the tutorial on how to flash one to cricket yet?

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    u can follow other evo phone devices for flashing instructions! It HAS been flashed, some ppl encountered problems getting it activated! Computers not excepting ESNs..... so if i was u, get the esn change BEFORE tempting to flash =D
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    what do you mean by "Computers not excepting ESNs"

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    Some people have said they are experiencing troubles getting it activated. The first 3 digits of there esn's are not the "Typical" 3 digit numbers on traditional phones. Therefore crickets computers are rejecting the esn while trying to activate it! Maybe someone that works at/for cricket can verify or give more note of this.

 

 

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