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    Flash MOTOROLA DROID 2 to Cricket 2.2 Froyo, Talk, Text, MMS, Internet

    This was originally posted by Kryptonit3 at myrootedandroid.com which has gone down unfortunately. It was made for the Droid X, but if you didn't know this devices are very similar.

    NOTE: This will also works for the leaked Gingerbread version. Just use the MMS settings we have placed in another thread.

    The Droid 2 is a good candidate for flashing to Cricket. You can get it on the network with everything but the Verizon apps like navigation. Everyone uses Google for that anyways so who cares.

    Let it be known that sometimes Cricket says they have put you on the $55 Android plan, but they put you on the All in 55 Plan (5m5). This is not where you want to be. I don't really even understand the difference between those two other than 10 bucks.

    We offer plan change for free to forum members. Just use the contact us link at the very bottom of this page. Premier Supporters of the forum receive additional benefits such as free ESN changes on your account. No more paying $15 everytime you change phones. To become a Premier/Supporting Member, just go to the settings up top and find Paid Subscriptions on the left hand side. Choose a membership level of your liking. Also use the contact us form for any modifications you need made to your account or additional help.

    I have modified it slightly.

    If your phone is stuck on the activate screen that says touch the Android.... You need to click the black corners around it in a clockwise manner. Sometimes it takes a few tries. Here's a video for you (
    YouTube - How to Bypass the Android Activation Screen - Techerator


    ).












    ---begin---

    There is currently no tutorial out for flashing a Motorola Droid X to cricKet so I took it upon myself to write one.

    YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING THAT YOU DO TO YOUR DEVICE. I, NOR ANYBODY ELSE ARE MAKING YOU DO THIS, SO WHATEVER MAY HAPPEN TO YOUR DEVICE IS ON YOU.

    Files Needed:
    Android SDK (
    Android SDK | Android Developers


    )
    Z4root (
    [APP] z4root - xda-developers


    )
    Motorola Drivers 32bit or 64bit (
    MOTODEV > Documentation & Tools > USB Drivers


    )



    PRL (http://www.cricketusers.com/flashing...rl-thread.html)
    Autostart.sh & U2nl from
    whiterabbit.org


    (thanks to whiterabbit). Save autostart.sh and U2nl in C:\android\tools\.


    While you still have the Verizon PRL, I'd check to see if there are any updates before moving on. You most likely will never get notified that there is an update available.


    Steps:

    1) When you install the Android SDK install it to the root of the C:\ drive. EX: C:\android-sdk-windows\
    2) Place z4root in the root of your SDCard and install the app using the built in file reader on the Droid X. You might need to modify the setting to allow installations from non Market sources. Should prompt you if that is an issue. Run z4root. Permanently root. If it seems to not be doing anything for 5 minutes, reboot the system and run z4root right off that bat. Seems like in many devices it really needs a fresh start.
    3) Download, extract and install the Motorola drivers for your system.
    4) On your phone do the following Menu>Settings>Applications>Development> and enable USB Debugging and connect your phone to your computer with the USB data cable. Pull down your notifications bar, click USB connection and put the phone in PC Mode.

    You will need the following files:


    CDMA WS 2.7 (google) OR http://www.cricketusers.com/flashing...-download.html

    Download and install QPST (google for a download) OR http://www.cricketusers.com/flashing....html#post5379


    Harware Virtural Serial Port


    - The single port version is free!


    Download Autostart (Root) from Market


    Download Droid 2 Recovery Bootstrap from Market (I highly suggest you grab the donate version from the market, it’s only $2 and helps with the advancement of the Droid community immensely. Or you can download it here (http://www.cricketusers.com/verizon-...-apk-file.html), copy it to your SD Card and install it with Astro File Manager or the built in file manager)


    Download Rom Manager by ClockworkMod from Market

    Download Any Cut from Market (may not be there anymore... if you can't find it, download it here:
    Multiupload.com - upload your files to multiple file hosting sites!


    )



    NV items from
    Android - whiterabbit.org


    (you must generate this uniquely for your phone, go to the link enter xxxxxxxxxx@mycricket.com replace x's with your 10 digit phone number, make sure 2.7 is selected and download the file)


    1) By now you should have ROM Manager and Droid 2 Recovery Bootstrap and Autostart (Root) installed on your phone. If you get a popup with these applications asking for superuser permissions click accept.

    1) Open Droid 2 Boostrapper and click Bootstrap Recovery UNLESS you are using the stock then go to step 4.
    2) Install the ROM of your choice. I've used Rubix on a Droid 2, but Liberty has a Droid 2 version. Not sure if Rubix has one at the time of this tutorial.

    Once it is done flashing and back on the main screen do the following.

    3) --step removed for now--
    4) For safe measures go ahead and reboot the phone.
    5) You should have found and installed CDMA Workshop 2.7
    6) In HW Virtual Serial Port:

    1. Boot the phone up regularly without the cable attached. There is no special button to press while booting.
    2. Connect the phone to the PC with a USB data cable.
    3. Slide down the notification bar and click on USB Connection row.
    4. Make sure the phone is set to PC Mode
    5. If you have the Android SDK kit on the PC the drivers should install automatically, or be pulled from the phone. If not there are some attached to this post.
    6. Now Download and Install HW Virtual Serial Port
    CLICK HERE



    7. Once you have it downloaded and installed open it up.
    8. Click the Login button. The password should automatically be filled in and click OK.
    9. Go to the Settings tab and make sure that NVT Enabled is unchecked and go back to the Virtual Serial Port tab.
    10. To be safe, pick a COM port above 8.
    11. Make sure the IP Address field reads 192.168.16.2 and the Port field reads 11008
    12. Click the Create COM button and after a few moments you should now have successfully created a COM port for your Droid 2.

    If you get Error in the LAN Status field then you have not successfully installed the drivers for the phone, or the phone is not set in PC Mode.

    7) Open up CDMA Workshop 2.7
    8) Under COM Settings (AT Mode) select the COM port you setup from the tutorial and then click the connect button. If it successfully connected it will say Connected to COM15 port successfully. on the bottom (may not say COM15, thats just the port I used.)
    9) Go to the Security tab and under SPC there will be an empty box. Enter 000000 then click the SPC button and Send. It will then popup saying SPC is correct. Phone unlocked.
    10) Now go to the Other tab. Under PRL click Write and browse to where you put that PRL from earlier.
    11) Go to the NAM tab and in the MIN and MDN(Dir_Number) boxes enter in the info you got from cricKet customer service and click write.
    12) Now go to the Memory tab. Under NV Items click Write. Browse and select the NV Item file you generated earlier. Once its done it will say 12 NV Items were successfully written to the phone.
    13) Go to the Main tab. Click Mode>Reset
    14) Your phone should have reset. Once it boots backup make sure to get your COM port back up and running.
    15) You may now close CDMA Workshop 2.7 and open QPST
    16) Open QPST Service Programming
    17) You should see your phone listed in the list. Select it, click Start Clients>Service Programming. When it opens select your phone and click OK in the Service Programming screen.
    18) On the bottom left click a button labeled Read from Phone, a box will popup, there should be 000000 already typed in, click OK. this may take a few minutes. There will be a blue progress bar on the top. Go smoke a cigg.
    19) Go to the M.IP tab. Click on the entry in the User Profile box and click Edit. Make sure that NAI and Tethered NAI both read xxxxxxxxxx@mycricket.com (replace the x's with your 10 digit phone number). If they don't, type it in. Also make sure Home Address, Primary HA Address and Secondary HA Address read 0.0.0.0 if they don't, change them. Click OK
    20) While still on the M.IP tab make sure Mobile IP Behavior is set to Mob + Simp f/back. And make sure Active User says 0.
    21) Go to the PPP Config tab. Click UM button. In the PPP Authentication section make sure Tethered NAI and User ID reads xxxxxxxxxx@mycricket.com (replace the x's with your 10 digit phone number) and Req PW enc is checked and type cricket in for the password.
    22) While still in the PPP Config tab click the AN button. In the PPP Authentication section make sure User ID reads xxxxxxxxxx@mycricket.com (replace the x's with your 10 digit phone number) and Req PW enc is checked and type cricket in for the password. Tethered NAI should be blank.
    23) Now on the bottom click Write to Phone. May take a few minutes and your phone may restart.
    24) Open up Any Cut and click New shortcut. Select Activity>APNs click it and click OK on the popup. This will create an APNs shortcut on your home screen.
    25) Open the APNs shortcut from your homescreen and edit the verizon entry to match the following:



    Name: Cricket
    APN: internet
    Proxy: wap.mycricket.com (not needed if on the 55 Android plan)
    Port: 8080 (not needed if on the 55 Android plan)
    Username: xxxxxxxxxx@mycricket.com (replace x's with your 10 digit phone number)
    Password: cricket
    Server: wap.mycricket.com
    MMSC:
    http://mms.mycricket.com/servlets/mms



    MMS Proxy: wap.mycricket.com (if MMS doesn't work try removing this line)
    MMS Port: 8080
    MCC: 310
    MNC: 004
    Authentication Type: PAP or CHAP
    APN type: default,mms

    UPDATE (5/20/2011)

    If your MMS doesn't work, try these settings:

    Name: Verizon
    APN: internet
    Proxy:
    Port:
    Username: xxxxxxxxxx (replace x's with your 10 digit phone number)
    Password: cricket
    Server: *
    MMSC:
    http://mms.mycricket.com/servlets/mms



    MMS Proxy: wap.mycricket.com
    MMS Port: 8080
    MCC: 310
    MNC: 004
    Authentication Type: None
    APN type: 1

    UPDATE 6/14/2011:

    These are the full APN list last known to work for Cricket. Just open up a text editor, paste the following, edit the XXXXXXXXXX and replace it with your phone number, save it as whatever.xml, and place it in a folder on your SDCard called apnbackuprestore. Install APNbackuprestore from the Market or from your computer using ADB. Delete APNs and restore these. Works after you have Internet and have done a reboot.

    Use the program Anycut to make a shortcut to APNs. Verify that Cricket on the $45 plan is green dotted and has the authentication type set as Pap or Chap. On the $55 plan, make sure Verizon Internet is green dotted and authentication type is set to Pap or Chap.

    $45 Plan

    <?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8' standalone='yes' ?>
    <apns count="54">
    <apn name="MetroPCS" numeric="31000" mcc="310" mnc="00" apn="internet" user="*" server="*" password="*" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.metropcs.net:3128/mmsc" type="null" />
    <apn name="U.S.Cellular" numeric="310066" mcc="310" mnc="066" apn="internet" user="*" server="*" password="*" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mmsc1.uscc.net/mmsc/MMS" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US" numeric="310260" mcc="310" mnc="260" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="AT&amp;T US Tether" numeric="310410" mcc="310" mnc="410" apn="broadband" user="" server="null" password="" proxy="wireless.cingular.com" port="80" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="entitle" />
    <apn name="AT&amp;T US" numeric="310410" mcc="310" mnc="410" apn="wap.cingular" user="" server="null" password="" proxy="wireless.cingular.com" port="80" mmsproxy="wireless.cingular.com" mmsport="80" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mmsc.cingular.com" type="default,mms,supl,agps,fota,dun" />
    <apn name="Verizon Internet" numeric="310004" mcc="310" mnc="004" apn="VZWINTERNET" user="null" server="null" password="null" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.vtext.com/servlets/mms" type="default,mms,dun" />
    <apn name="Verizon FOTA" numeric="310004" mcc="310" mnc="004" apn="VZWADMIN" user="null" server="null" password="null" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="fota" />
    <apn name="Verizon IMS" numeric="310004" mcc="310" mnc="004" apn="VZWIMS" user="null" server="null" password="null" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="ims" />
    <apn name="Verizon CBS" numeric="310004" mcc="310" mnc="004" apn="VZWAPP" user="null" server="null" password="null" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.vtext.com/servlets/mms" type="cbs,hipri" />
    <apn name="Rogers Internet" numeric="310720" mcc="310" mnc="720" apn="internet.com" user="" server="null" password="" proxy="10.128.1.69" port="80" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="default" />
    <apn name="Rogers Media" numeric="310720" mcc="310" mnc="720" apn="media.com" user="media" server="null" password="mda01" proxy="10.128.1.69" port="80" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="mms" />
    <apn name="Orange World" numeric="20801" mcc="208" mnc="01" apn="orange" user="orange" server="null" password="orange" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="default" />
    <apn name="Orange MMS" numeric="20801" mcc="208" mnc="01" apn="orange.acte" user="orange" server="null" password="orange" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="192.168.10.200" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.orange.fr" type="mms" />
    <apn name="Orange AT" numeric="23205" mcc="232" mnc="05" apn="orange.world" user="wap" server="null" password="" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="null" />
    <apn name="Orange SUI" numeric="22803" mcc="228" mnc="03" apn="internet" user="" server="null" password="" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="null" />
    <apn name="Orange NE" numeric="20420" mcc="204" mnc="20" apn="internet" user="orange" server="null" password="orange" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="null" />
    <apn name="Orange DE" numeric="23830" mcc="238" mnc="30" apn="web.orange.dk" user="" server="null" password="" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="null" />
    <apn name="Orange DR" numeric="37001" mcc="370" mnc="01" apn="orangenet.com.do" user="" server="null" password="" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="null" />
    <apn name="Orange IL" numeric="42501" mcc="425" mnc="01" apn="internet" user="" server="null" password="" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="null" />
    <apn name="Orange UK 33" numeric="23433" mcc="234" mnc="33" apn="orangeinternet" user="user" server="null" password="pass" proxy="null" port="8080" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="default" />
    <apn name="Orange UK 33 MMS" numeric="23433" mcc="234" mnc="33" apn="orangemms" user="" server="null" password="" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="192.168.224.10" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.orange.co.uk" type="mms" />
    <apn name="Orange UK 34" numeric="23434" mcc="234" mnc="34" apn="orangeinternet" user="user" server="null" password="pass" proxy="null" port="8080" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="default" />
    <apn name="Orange UK 34 MMS" numeric="23434" mcc="234" mnc="34" apn="orangemms" user="" server="null" password="" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="192.168.224.10" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.orange.co.uk" type="mms" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 250" numeric="310250" mcc="310" mnc="250" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 660" numeric="310660" mcc="310" mnc="660" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 230" numeric="310230" mcc="310" mnc="230" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 310" numeric="310310" mcc="310" mnc="310" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 580" numeric="310580" mcc="310" mnc="580" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 240" numeric="310240" mcc="310" mnc="240" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 800" numeric="310800" mcc="310" mnc="800" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 210" numeric="310210" mcc="310" mnc="210" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 160" numeric="310160" mcc="310" mnc="160" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 270" numeric="310270" mcc="310" mnc="270" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 200" numeric="310200" mcc="310" mnc="200" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 220" numeric="310220" mcc="310" mnc="220" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 490" numeric="310490" mcc="310" mnc="490" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile UK" numeric="23430" mcc="234" mnc="30" apn="general.t-mobile.uk" user="t-mobile" server="*" password="tm" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="149.254.201.135" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mmsc.t-mobile.co.uk:8002" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile D" numeric="26201" mcc="262" mnc="01" apn="internet.t-mobile" user="t-mobile" server="*" password="tm" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="172.028.023.131" mmsport="8008" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.t-mobile.de/servlets/mms" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile A" numeric="23203" mcc="232" mnc="03" apn="gprsinternet" user="t-mobile" server="*" password="tm" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="010.012.000.020" mmsport="80" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mmsc.t-mobile.at/servlets/mms" type="default" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile A MMS" numeric="23203" mcc="232" mnc="03" apn="gprsmms" user="t-mobile" server="*" password="tm" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="010.012.000.020" mmsport="80" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mmsc.t-mobile.at/servlets/mms" type="mms" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile CZ" numeric="23001" mcc="230" mnc="01" apn="internet.t-mobile.cz" user="wap" server="*" password="wap" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="010.000.000.010" mmsport="80" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms" type="default" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile CZ MMS" numeric="23001" mcc="230" mnc="01" apn="mms.t-mobile.cz" user="mms" server="*" password="mms" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="010.000.000.010" mmsport="80" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms" type="mms" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile NL" numeric="20416" mcc="204" mnc="16" apn="internet" user="*" server="*" password="*" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="010.010.010.011" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://t-mobilemms" type="default" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile NL MMS" numeric="20416" mcc="204" mnc="16" apn="mms" user="tmobilemms" server="*" password="tmobilemms" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="010.010.010.011" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://t-mobilemms" type="mms" />
    <apn name="movistar" numeric="21407" mcc="214" mnc="07" apn="telefonica.es" user="telefonica" server="null" password="telefonica" proxy="10.138.255.133" port="8080" mmsproxy="10.138.255.5" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.movistar.com" type="null" />
    <apn name="Vodafone-NL" numeric="20404" mcc="204" mnc="04" apn="emgsm.vzw3g.com" user="*" server="*" password="*" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.vtext.com/servlets/mms" type="default" />
    <apn name="Vodafone-NL" numeric="20404" mcc="204" mnc="04" apn="dungsm.vzw3g.com" user="*" server="*" password="*" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="null" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.vtext.com/servlets/mms" type="dun" />
    <apn name="CDMA" numeric="00000" mcc="000" mnc="00" apn="0" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="" mmsc="" type="*" />
    <apn name="Android" numeric="310995" mcc="310" mnc="995" apn="internet" user="*" server="*" password="*" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="" mmsc="null" type="null" />
    <apn name="CDMA-MMS" numeric="46605" mcc="466" mnc="05" apn="mms" user="XXXXXXXXXX@mycricket.com" server="NA" password="cricket" proxy="wap.mycricket.com" port="8080" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.mycricket.com/mycricket/mms.php" type="mms" />
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    </apns>

    $55 Android Plan

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    <apn name="T-Mobile US" numeric="310260" mcc="310" mnc="260" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="AT&amp;T US Tether" numeric="310410" mcc="310" mnc="410" apn="broadband" user="" server="" password="" proxy="wireless.cingular.com" port="80" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="entitle" />
    <apn name="AT&amp;T US" numeric="310410" mcc="310" mnc="410" apn="wap.cingular" user="" server="" password="" proxy="wireless.cingular.com" port="80" mmsproxy="wireless.cingular.com" mmsport="80" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mmsc.cingular.com" type="default,mms,supl,agps,fota,dun" />
    <apn name="Verizon Internet" numeric="310004" mcc="310" mnc="004" apn="VZWINTERNET" user="XXXXXXXXXX@mycricket.com" server="wap.mycricket.com" password="cricket" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.mycricket.com/servlets/mms" type="default,mms,dun" />
    <apn name="Verizon FOTA" numeric="310004" mcc="310" mnc="004" apn="VZWADMIN" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="fota" />
    <apn name="Verizon IMS" numeric="310004" mcc="310" mnc="004" apn="VZWIMS" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="ims" />
    <apn name="Verizon CBS" numeric="310004" mcc="310" mnc="004" apn="VZWAPP" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.vtext.com/servlets/mms" type="cbs,hipri" />
    <apn name="Rogers Internet" numeric="310720" mcc="310" mnc="720" apn="internet.com" user="" server="" password="" proxy="10.128.1.69" port="80" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="default" />
    <apn name="Rogers Media" numeric="310720" mcc="310" mnc="720" apn="media.com" user="media" server="" password="mda01" proxy="10.128.1.69" port="80" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="mms" />
    <apn name="Orange World" numeric="20801" mcc="208" mnc="01" apn="orange" user="orange" server="" password="orange" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="default" />
    <apn name="Orange MMS" numeric="20801" mcc="208" mnc="01" apn="orange.acte" user="orange" server="" password="orange" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="192.168.10.200" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.orange.fr" type="mms" />
    <apn name="Orange AT" numeric="23205" mcc="232" mnc="05" apn="orange.world" user="wap" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="null" />
    <apn name="Orange SUI" numeric="22803" mcc="228" mnc="03" apn="internet" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="null" />
    <apn name="Orange NE" numeric="20420" mcc="204" mnc="20" apn="internet" user="orange" server="" password="orange" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="null" />
    <apn name="Orange DE" numeric="23830" mcc="238" mnc="30" apn="web.orange.dk" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="null" />
    <apn name="Orange DR" numeric="37001" mcc="370" mnc="01" apn="orangenet.com.do" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="null" />
    <apn name="Orange IL" numeric="42501" mcc="425" mnc="01" apn="internet" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="null" />
    <apn name="Orange UK 33" numeric="23433" mcc="234" mnc="33" apn="orangeinternet" user="user" server="" password="pass" proxy="" port="8080" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="default" />
    <apn name="Orange UK 33 MMS" numeric="23433" mcc="234" mnc="33" apn="orangemms" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="192.168.224.10" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.orange.co.uk" type="mms" />
    <apn name="Orange UK 34" numeric="23434" mcc="234" mnc="34" apn="orangeinternet" user="user" server="" password="pass" proxy="" port="8080" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="null" type="default" />
    <apn name="Orange UK 34 MMS" numeric="23434" mcc="234" mnc="34" apn="orangemms" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="192.168.224.10" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.orange.co.uk" type="mms" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 250" numeric="310250" mcc="310" mnc="250" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 660" numeric="310660" mcc="310" mnc="660" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 230" numeric="310230" mcc="310" mnc="230" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 310" numeric="310310" mcc="310" mnc="310" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 580" numeric="310580" mcc="310" mnc="580" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 240" numeric="310240" mcc="310" mnc="240" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 800" numeric="310800" mcc="310" mnc="800" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 210" numeric="310210" mcc="310" mnc="210" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 160" numeric="310160" mcc="310" mnc="160" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
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    <apn name="T-Mobile US 220" numeric="310220" mcc="310" mnc="220" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile US 490" numeric="310490" mcc="310" mnc="490" apn="epc.tmobile.com" user="none" server="*" password="none" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile UK" numeric="23430" mcc="234" mnc="30" apn="general.t-mobile.uk" user="t-mobile" server="*" password="tm" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="149.254.201.135" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mmsc.t-mobile.co.uk:8002" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile D" numeric="26201" mcc="262" mnc="01" apn="internet.t-mobile" user="t-mobile" server="*" password="tm" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="172.028.023.131" mmsport="8008" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.t-mobile.de/servlets/mms" type="null" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile A" numeric="23203" mcc="232" mnc="03" apn="gprsinternet" user="t-mobile" server="*" password="tm" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="010.012.000.020" mmsport="80" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mmsc.t-mobile.at/servlets/mms" type="default" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile A MMS" numeric="23203" mcc="232" mnc="03" apn="gprsmms" user="t-mobile" server="*" password="tm" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="010.012.000.020" mmsport="80" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mmsc.t-mobile.at/servlets/mms" type="mms" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile CZ" numeric="23001" mcc="230" mnc="01" apn="internet.t-mobile.cz" user="wap" server="*" password="wap" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="010.000.000.010" mmsport="80" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms" type="default" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile CZ MMS" numeric="23001" mcc="230" mnc="01" apn="mms.t-mobile.cz" user="mms" server="*" password="mms" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="010.000.000.010" mmsport="80" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms" type="mms" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile NL" numeric="20416" mcc="204" mnc="16" apn="internet" user="*" server="*" password="*" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="010.010.010.011" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://t-mobilemms" type="default" />
    <apn name="T-Mobile NL MMS" numeric="20416" mcc="204" mnc="16" apn="mms" user="tmobilemms" server="*" password="tmobilemms" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="010.010.010.011" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://t-mobilemms" type="mms" />
    <apn name="movistar" numeric="21407" mcc="214" mnc="07" apn="telefonica.es" user="telefonica" server="" password="telefonica" proxy="10.138.255.133" port="8080" mmsproxy="10.138.255.5" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.movistar.com" type="null" />
    <apn name="Vodafone-NL" numeric="20404" mcc="204" mnc="04" apn="dungsm.vzw3g.com" user="*" server="*" password="*" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="http://mms.vtext.com/servlets/mms" type="dun" />
    <apn name="Cricket" numeric="310004" mcc="310" mnc="004" apn="" user="" server="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="" mmsport="" mmsprotocol="null" mmsc="" type="" />
    </apns>

    BELOW SHOULD ONLY BE IF YOU ARE ON THE $45 PLAN AND NOT THE ANDROID $55 PLAN

    26) Before starting the next step make sure you have the u2nl and autostart.sh file in c:/android/tools
    27) Make sure the phone is set to PC Mode and connected and enter the following commands

    cd C:\android-sdk-windows\tools <enter>
    adb shell <enter>
    mkdir /data/opt/ <enter>
    exit <enter>
    adb remount <enter>
    adb push c:\android\tools\u2nl /system/bin/u2nl <enter>
    adb push c:\android\tools\autostart.sh /data/opt/autostart.sh <enter>
    adb shell <enter>
    chmod 0755 /system/bin/u2nl <enter>
    chmod 0755 /data/opt/autostart.sh <enter>
    exit <enter>
    adb reboot <enter>

    Make sure to grant Autostart (Root) superuser access when prompted.

    Test your Web and ability to send and receive MMS. If it doesn't work with this step, Deny Autostart (Root) superuser priveleges and follow the Alternative below.

    -- Alternative Start --

    1) Open Any Cut, click New shortcut>Activity> and scroll down to Proxy Settings, click OK and there should be a Proxy Settings icon on your home screen. Open It.
    2) For Hostname enter wap.mycricket.com and for Port enter 8080. If there is a checkbox that says Use proxy only on wifi uncheck it. click Save and restart the phone for safe measures. Web should now work without autostart.sh and u2nl

    Now try Web and MMS. If it doesn't work with this step, restore the Proxy Settings back to default and open superuser application and grant access back to Autostart (Root)

    -- END ALTERNATIVE --

    If you are having problems with MMS, please try going to dialer and dialing ##program, talk. Enter your SPC (000000). Go to SMS/MMS Settings. Change MML server name to wap.mycricket.com. Go back and change Address for upload to online album to 111111. If this doesn't work, play with the APN settings.

    Now, once your phone has rebooted, you should have working web, mms, app, gps, and all. If you don’t go back and check all the steps to insure you did everything exactly right.

    NOTE: Make sure whenever you reboot or restart your phone to unplug the USB cord or it will boot into the recovery screen.

    Your phone should now be flashed to cricKet.

























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    Thank you for this fantastic tutorial!

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    Just a heads up, on the Open QPST Programming step, if your phone doesn't show up.. Open QPST Configuration, click the Ports tab then Add New Port button, then add your port info in. After that open QPST Programming and your phone should be available. I had to do this in order for my COM to show up in QPSTP.

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    Do I need a Cricket account before I perform the flash? I'm having trouble getting the account without having the phone flashed already... they keep telling me to flash the phone and then get the account

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    If my phone is already flashed to cricket and i just want to change the phone number on it (changing phones) do i have to re-flash the droid x, and if so do I start from the beginning of your tutorial, or at a point further along? (which step?) and should i activate the phone to my number before I flash, or after? thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by koontzjj View Post
    Do I need a Cricket account before I perform the flash? I'm having trouble getting the account without having the phone flashed already... they keep telling me to flash the phone and then get the account
    You have to be firm with them. Tell them to put that phone on and account. Tell them it's already flashed if that gets them to do it. Tell them they've done it before. They don't really understand flashed phones. You have to really have a number already. Otherwise you're only preparing the phone a bit and will have to get right back in and do a lot of it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imdana View Post
    If my phone is already flashed to cricket and i just want to change the phone number on it (changing phones) do i have to re-flash the droid x, and if so do I start from the beginning of your tutorial, or at a point further along? (which step?) and should i activate the phone to my number before I flash, or after? thanks!
    Hopefully it is configured for the same plan (45 or 55) as yours. Just do the NV items using CDMA WS and all the QPST stuff. You can put it on your account before or after.

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    I'm in vegas and I'm still having no luck getting my phone to work. Internet works fine but I still can't make a call. I'm pretty sure it's just because I'm in a triband area and it just won't work. I called CS to try to get an account refresh and they refuse to do it for me. What I was wondering is, the blackberrys aren't triband but they still offer them here. I've read that they won't let you roam off of the sprint towers in your home area, which is why the one guy flashing in town is giving people cali and az phone numbers with their flashed phones. So what would happen if I changed my plan to the blackberry plan, blackberrys not being triband, they have to connect to something right? I wouldn't mind paying the extra 10 bucks if it would work right.

    Any ideas anyone? If not I'm just going to call cricket and have them change my esn back.

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    If you look right here:
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    They actually are tri-band. I thought you might have stumbled upon something big, but it doesn't seem like it now. Account refreshes aren't able to be carried out like they use to. Someone told us a hint at doing it, but I've personally never had to have anything refreshed.

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    Ah! I didn't see that, on the main page it doesn't show the triband icon. Oh well, guess I'm going back to the old phone, or getting a cali number, although I've heard bad things about it. On the bright side I should still be able to use the web on the droid.

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    Posted update for MMS. If anyone is having problems please test that out for me.
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    One small question. Is there a performance or internet speed difference between the $45 and $55 plan ? I dont want to pay more for the same service ya know -thanks

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    droid 2 activating issues.

    hi, i did all like it says in the forum for droid 2, and my phone has to dial the *228 to be activated with cricket, when i dial the number it starts of with cricket but right when it is about to start programing it tells me my phone can not be program and please contact cricket, and i can't do anything else on the phone because it's not activated.

    is there a bypass for droids, i know on my blackberry i programmed like this and everything works by i could never get it programed by dialing *228.
    please help me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xzhenkax View Post
    hi, i did all like it says in the forum for droid 2, and my phone has to dial the *228 to be activated with cricket, when i dial the number it starts of with cricket but right when it is about to start programing it tells me my phone can not be program and please contact cricket, and i can't do anything else on the phone because it's not activated.

    is there a bypass for droids, i know on my blackberry i programmed like this and everything works by i could never get it programed by dialing *228.
    please help me out.
    Just make sure your min and mdn is correct in cdma workshop...and also try a different prl like the 42900 prl.... Let me know if you get it or not

    Swyped this from my DroidX using tapatalk

 

 
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