A friend got a HTC Hero CDMA from his relative who came from USA. The phone is locked to sprint network and I want to unlock it to work on Reliance CDMA in India..
Please suggest how to unlock it..
on 02/25/2012 – Made popular on 02/25/2012
So I had my battery out of my phone for something last night and I noticed that my Sprint S4 has a sim card. None of my previous other Sprint phones had a sim card. I'm guessing this is for the 4G LTE? Does the Sprint S4 have CDMA and GSM radios in it?
I bought a used HTC evo3d phone from ebay in the U.S and it is a CDMA Sprint phone. Well, Sprint hasn't existed in Canada and since Rogers bought it Canada in 2005, and at that time they were only home phone and cable.
My question is, to have another CDMA mobile provider such as Bell activate the phone, it needs to be "unlocked" so to speak.
My Galaxy S5 will not connect with my Sprint Airave (network Extender) if my network mode is set to LTE/CDMA. I have to manually change it to CDMA. I had an Apple 5 and I never had to change my network mode back and forth to connect with my Airave and it was always on LTE.
Does anyone else have this problem and found a solution? I called Sprint and they tell me to manually switch it.
Please excuse me if this is a dumb question. I am moving over from Sprint to Verizon and travel to India a lot. I know and believe I will have no problem roaming over in India on CDMA, as I do so often on Sprint and Verizon's website shows CDMA coverage as well. What I would like to know and double check myself on is being able to switch SIM cards.
I have bought an SPH-L720T for Sprint on Craigslist and I wanted to know if it's possible to flash/root (or whatever you call it) for use on T-Mobile. I was always under the impression that you couldn't use a CDMA phone on a GSM network, but this phone has a SIM card!
It doesn't have to be T-Mobile, just anything prepaid. (I hate contracts and have bad credit).