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    ^^ If you want to do that, that IS illegal - we cant really have any in depth discussion in how to do it, but ill concur, it CAN be done. And if i were in your shoes, I'd consider doing it...
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    The Samsung website says for us carrier versions you have to go to the carrier. If us cellular won't do anything... And neither will Samsung... I don't know. You could always try shaming them on facebook, but if they dog in and don't want to refund because of the imei mismatch... There are tutorials online for changing the imei number in software, can you try that and make it match the physical device? This is not strictly legal, but what have you got to lose, and you're not in the USA anyway Sent from my SM-G900R4 using Tapatalk
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    I think that's what he's trying to do, but even though his intentions might be pure, it's been so long since the phone was recalled I doubt anything is going to happen. Yet again, one of the downsides of buying both a used phone, but a used phone that was not meant to be used internationally.
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    Didn't they recall all the Note 7s, even the ones that had gotten battery replacements? It'll be extra impossible to get any customer service on a US regional phone that was supposed to be returned and is not even on the market. Sent from my thingyding straight to your eyeholes using Crapatalk.
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    Android 7.0 Nougat ??

    They are rooting nougat over on XDA, but the system becomes unstable. Things are looking up though! Sent from my SM-G935R4 using Tapatalk