I'm wondering if the S3 can be flashed to boost mobile? Anyone have any clue if this can be done? I noticed that it will not operate without the SIM inserted. Any Ideas?:confused:
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?
So... I purchased a S3 on ebay for $100. Great condition, seems to work perfectly.. one problem.. it's US Cellular.. Now I do have a Boost Mobile account & phone (Warp Sequent) so I was wondering if there was any way to get my S3 from Us Cellular to Boost.
I knew it was a US Cellular phone upon purchasing it, I thought I could flash it to Boost Mobile, which I was told I can't.
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?
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.
I was browsing on Boost Mobile's site today, and as I was reading about this phone, I noticed that it said we had KitKat. I clearly knew this wasn't true (at the moment) but is this hinting at us possibly getting 4.4 KitKat officially released by Boost Mobile in the near future?
So I decided to take the plunge and flash CM10 to my epic 4g flashed to boost mobile. The phone and text seem to work, besides having bad reception, but is there a way to get the data working using diag rx with CM10?
I was just on Amazon looking to get a Boost Mobile GS3 for my wife so we can both have the same phone. It was all good until I noticed they advertise it as a Tri-Band phone now, and so does the Boost Mobile site.
So I called boost mobile to verify my GS3, which I bought on December 2013, was actually a Tri-Band phone.