I have a problem with an SCHC card not being recognised
the card is in a usb card reader
the OS is 14.04 new build last week
The card reader is recognised in lsusb as "Genesys Logic Inc GL827L SD/MMC/MS Flash Card Reader" ID 05e3:0723
but the sd card is not recognised
I've tried unlocking my AT&T Galaxy Note 2 using service mode. I downgraded the phones modem to the 4.1.1 version and it worked. I used my metroPCS sim card and the phone did not ask for the code but it said phone not allowed MM#6. When I try to call someone it says emergency calls only.
recently i was in New Orleans (quite hot and sticky, very humid) and was changing the battery on the phone, soon as i did this the Sim Card wouldnt be recognised, which i found abit odd and with numerous attempts at removing the sim card to no avail, soon looked behind the battery to discover the water damage mark was set to red and crosses, assuming it was water damaged somehow i took it t
I'm ready to root my nexus 4 and I know that first I must unlock the boot loader. Now I know that unlocking the boot loader wipes the phone completely but will it wipe my son card too which has my phone number and stuff like that? Should I leave it during the process of unlocking and rooting or take it out and put it back in when I'm done?
Hi i bought a Samsung Galaxy that was supposed to be unlocked. it was not so I purchased an unlock code from online. the first step in unlocking is to put an unauthorized but activated sim card in the phone.. so I put my metro sim card in the phone it didn't work.
Hello all, just have a simple question on the unlocking and rooting process. I have unlocked my boost moto g running 4.4.2 and I was aware that the phone would be wiped but will the same thing happen when I install CWM and then root it? The guide only mentions that unlocking it will wipe the phone so I was just curious before I proceed. Thanks
I currently have Sprint (:-[) and am thinking of switching over to AT&T. If I purchase a phone, like a Galaxy S4 or Moto X and later on decide I want a Nexus 4 (or 5), will I be able to simply buy the Nexus from Google Plan and pop my SIM card from my existing phone into the Nexus? Does AT&T care about the phone I am using?