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    4g working on htc evo 3d flashed over to cricket!!!

    Hmm, well these are the settings I have,

    Go to: Messages(stock app) - settings - Multimedia messages (MMS) -Maximum message size - 500K( you can try with 1M), then Connection settings (MMSC:
    http://mms.mycricket.com;


    MMS Proxy:"blank";MMS Port:"blank"; MMS protocol:WAP 2.0)


    RTSP/HTTP setting, both ports 0 and both ip's 0.0.0.0

    On 'data profile' i have,

    active profile 1

    spi mn-ha and spi mn-aaa are 4d2

    reverse tunnel preferred, enabled
    home ip address, primary home agent, and second home agent i have, 0.0.0.0

    For DSA server Url,
    https://dsa.spcsdns.net:443/dsa/




    dss proxy port, 80

    I have a cricket sprint hybrid prl, the prl can be found in the 'prl sticky' the moderaters posted.


    Other than that I have the settings chris instructed in the tutorial. I do have to add that the 4g gets poor reception at most places and therefore unusable, it isn't until I'm in my gf '3rd story' apartment that my 4g connection to 'sprint' is 'excellent,' at that moment my internet connection is faster than the wifi at my home!

    Does someone know why I only get good signal at high altitudes? Anyway around this or have encountered this?






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    There are less obstructions blocking the air waves/signal. Therefore the signal is unobstructed and more likely to reach your phone. If this helped, thank me by buying me a beer.

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    Willing to try it out thanks. Im kind of wondering if Sprint authenticates the MAC of the 4G to the network, and you are just lucky, or what... I'll follow up for others.

    Just a thought, are you using any custom ROM's? If so which one?



    Followup: Its not really working.
    Last edited by cnewman402; 05-07-2012 at 10:48 AM.

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    The Cricket stuff is irrelevant for getting WiMax to work on a WiMax device. I currently have a EVO 4G, not activated on any carrier, that has working 4G (WiMax). Its not free... I remember I found this out when I purchased a used EVO 3D, flashed it over to Cricket and to my surprise the 4G was still working. Granted the person who own the phone before was still paying for it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by th3b055 View Post
    The Cricket stuff is irrelevant for getting WiMax to work on a WiMax device. I currently have a EVO 4G, not activated on any carrier, that has working 4G (WiMax). Its not free... I remember I found this out when I purchased a used EVO 3D, flashed it over to Cricket and to my surprise the 4G was still working. Granted the person who own the phone before was still paying for it..
    correct while the OP has 4g service its not on crickets network some other guy is paying for it lol

 

 

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