Leaked earlier this month, the Samsung Galaxy S II 4G in Titanium is Boost Mobile’s newest prepaid handset. The device is essentially a re-purposed Galaxy S II, sporting the same specifications of Samsung’s 2011 flagship smartphone.
Has anyone on here flashed the Nexus to Boost Mobile? I know it can be done. I saw this site that apparently has software that can do it: Galaxy to Boost The Best and Only Full Galaxy to Boost HD Video Guide
Can anyone help me out with flashing if they have experience? I'm very knowledgeable as far as ROMS and flashing those, but not to a different carrier.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 is by all accounts the next big thing, but its predecessor isn’t dead just yet. Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile announced today at the CTIA that they will offer a 4G LTE-capable Galaxy S3 beginning next month.
Consumers who prefer or need a no-contract smartphone will have a couple new options available soon through Boost Mobile. For the first time ever, the Samsung Galaxy S II 4G (a rebranded Sprint Epic Touch 4G) will be available with a no-contract carrier. Priced at $370, buyers can get this device starting September 6th with Boost Mobile’s $55 Android Monthly Unlimited plan.
I am getting conflicting story's between Amazon and Boost Mobile over a Kyocera Hydro C5170. The phone is fine and new in the box. The issue is wether this cell phone is wifi hotspot capable and can act as a modem for my laptop via a usb cable when there is no regular wifi connection available. I asked Amazon for that specific feacher to be included in the phone search.