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    Exclamation Help/Question

    I Have This Phone (Sprint Samsung Nexus 4G) And I've Done The Steps In The Flash Tutorial
    I Am On The $45 Dollar Plan and i wanted to know after i write to the phone and it reboots
    why is it still saying sprint? i do live in a tri band area my zip code is 22079 so should i put a hybrid PRL
    On it because i heard and read your supposed to use those when living in these areas.
    I Would Like Someone to Walk Well Type Me thru this process of flashing before i pay
    to do a ESN Change. Speaking Of That Is There a Way i Can Do The ESN Change Myself thru
    CDMA WS Or QPST Or do i HAVE To Pay For the Change? And My Last Question Is How Do I Know When The Phone Is Fully Flashed?
    I Installed PRLs And tried *228 or Tried to Get On the Internet No Luck Or It Says My Account Cannot Be Validated Im Assuming thats
    because the ESN Has Not Been Changed.

    I Was Thinking About Paying For A Remote Flash But If I Can Do It Myself Why Not

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    When you boot up it's gonna say Sprint.. That's normal. Hybrid PRL's are recommended. If you have done everything correctly, doing an ESN change will make your phone work. You said you have no data? You probably aren't writing something correctly. *228 isn't recommended on flashed phones btw. And you have to pay for an ESN change... You can either pay $7.50 here, or pay $15 through Cricket.
    *Please PM me ONLY if you have posted in the forum, and I have not replied. Thank you.*

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    OK and I followed the flash for my phone I haven't done the 45$ instructions yet could that be why

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    Will I loose root or cricket service when I factory reset

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    root is system files which are not touched in factory reset (they just deleate data files ) and cricket service shouldnt be harmed neither!!!

 

 

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