I have two boost mobile htc evo design 4g phones, one in modified stock, the other one I tried to root amd flash with jellybean rom
I followed : [GUIDE]How to Root Boost Mobile HTC EVO Design 4G+Install Jelly Bean from xda developer forum, shows us cellular network,
Does anyone know how to copy the uprooted stock rom from the untouched phone to the modified phone.
When you install a new rom from boost mobile cancel the activation go to setting -network - and chek cdma\evdo wait untill 3g logo appears and dial *228 wait til it finish this will set up your phone and conect you with the closest antenna so u will get a conecrion boost srry for my bad english
Ok so my HTC EVO 4G Flashed to Boost Mobile it is S-OFF TRULY ROOTED
and Currently has system Firmware 4.53.651.1 CL133994 release keys on Android 2.3.3 just thought i would make sure i was in EXCELLENT STANDING
i just need to make sure I DON'T INSTALL 4.54.651.1 SYSTEM FIRMWARE RIGHT?
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.
So I'm gonna have to cancel my sprint account an go to boost. I seen a tutorial on how to flash the epic to boost and I guess if I follow the steps ill figure my way thru, but I have just one question. If I flashed to boost mobile will I still be able to flash any rom I want?
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.