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    Phone already on Cricket...

    So I have a phone that I actually paid to get flashed to Cricket but I need to sbf because I was previously on Liberty and installed Gummy and now it will not allow me to go back to Liberty or reinstall my nandroid backups. So I know that if I sbf it will reinstall the Verizon PRL and radios and everything so what I was wondering is, if I were to sbf back would the flashing process be the same? And would it require any other activations or would I be good to go from there?

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    Flash will be the same but you're going to need the ESN change info if you plan to do it yourself.

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    Well the ESN is still the same as when I got it... they didn't change it =/

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    I had a similar situation with a Samsung fascinate I flashed over from verizon- I was trying different roms, when I flashed cm7, it broke my data. Unfortunately, cm7 also changed the file system, and neither flashes nor nandroid backups worked. I finally had to hook it up to my computer and use a Samsung recovery software to flash it back to completely stock... however, the ESN and network settings kept, because it began working again with full voice and 3g right away. I don't think it will wipe your flash unless you deliberately go and change that yourself.

 

 

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