I really needs some help. Didn't think it would be so hard. My gf put her phone on Cricket to pay less. Now she wants to come back to verizon because her service was terrible. I've been looking at CDMA flashing tools but I am clueless when it comes to how to use it.
I have a droid x that I had flashed to cricket and before I sold it I did a master reset and the buyer was not able to activate it and sent it back to me is there a way I can get this phone back to default settings for verizon
I used to have Cricket so that's why I get these emails. I got this one earlier today. It looks like it is someone talking who has no idea what they are talking about but I wanted to make sure. It says you can unlock your phone using face recognition. I understand you can do that with phone running 4.0 but you do have to have a front facing camera which the One V does not have.
Readers who prefer a pre-paid contract for their phone devices now have a new option available through Cricket. For $119.99 Cricket is making available the Huawei Ascend Q. The Ascend Q is an entry level smartphone running Android 2.3 on an 800 MHz processor. Sporting a 3.2 inch display, the phone includes a 3.2 megapixel camera for photos and video and can carry up to 32GB of microSD storage.
I recently had Cricket flash my Droid 2 to their net... Now it seems I can only send text messages, and that is only if I restart my phone. I can't recieve texts at all. Can I fix this myself, or do I need to take it back to Cricket, and have them look at it ?
Wireless prepaid carrier Cricket Communications will offer Apple’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone 5 starting Sept. 28, according to the company — one week after the smartphone is available to AT&T (NYSE: ATT), Sprint (NYSE: S) and Verizon (NYSE: VZ) customers.
So while tinkering with my phone, the LG optimus Regard, I bricked it. Then I found a rom for the LG Motion MS-770 witch works with my phone, however after flashing this rom, my phone is now on MetroPCS.