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    unlocking the i phone 5 to gsm.

    hi everyone, i've own my i phone 5 for years now and is with cricket. but every since they change over i can't use my phone anymore, and there not giving anything for my phone. so my question is....can it be flash? and does anyone know of a good flash company? i was told by the cricket employee that if i can get it flash i can use the new gsm.

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    my bad i mean unlock, and a good unlock company

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    Quote Originally Posted by TUAN1163 View Post
    hi everyone, i've own my i phone 5 for years now and is with cricket. but every since they change over i can't use my phone anymore, and there not giving anything for my phone. so my question is....can it be flash? and does anyone know of a good flash company? i was told by the cricket employee that if i can get it flash i can use the new gsm.
    The iPhone 5 came out in Sept of 2012, and you say you have owned it 'for years now'. Are you sure it is an iPhone 5?

    If it is, you merely have to go to a Cricket store, and buy a GSM sim for $10. I did so with both an iPhone 5 and an iPhone 4s. And if you are on Cricket, there is no 'change over' yet. The CDMA network is still active. And if a Cricket employee advised you to 'flash' or 'unlock' an iPhone 5 to make it work on the new network, they are not a real employee.

    Something in your report does not add up.

 

 

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