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About BoгИX

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    WTF Really?
  • Birthday 06/25/1986

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    somewhere in the mountains of North Carolina

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    Nexus 6P

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  1. Roaming issue

    That would not work. Flashing a ROM to a device will not change its model number, and will not affect network connection either. Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
  2. Android 4.4.2 - How to root?

    Sorry bud, it's just not possible. Not only will US Cellular not allow you to use it on their prepaid, but it literally doesn't have the hardware radios to function properly on other carriers, so they won't allow you to use it either. Here are the radio specifications for the SM-N900R4: NETWORK/BEARER: SIM Single WiFi Only No SIM card size Micro-SIM (3FF) Network 2G, 3G, 4G/LTE 2G GSM 2G CDMA: CDMA800, USPCS1900 3G UMTS 3G CDMA : BC0(800), BC1(1900) 4G LTE 4G LTE FDD : B2(1900), B4(AWS), B5(850), B12(700), B17(700)
  3. Android 4.4.2 - How to root?

    Well, I have some bad news. The SM-N900R4 is a US Cellular variant, and won't be activated on Sprint, AT&T, or Verizon prepaid. This is not the phone you want for anything but US Cellular post-paid service.
  4. Android 4.4.2 - How to root?

    First off, welcome to Team US Cellular! You're going to need to provide us with a lot more information before we can help you. But here's a few things, as well as a couple of questions to get us started: Verizon is a CDMA carrier too, just like US Cellular and Sprint. These carriers use CDMA for 1x and 3G, but use GSM for 4G (which is what the SIM card is for) You don't have to activate any device on any network to get root access. What do you mean by dual-band phone? Flashing a Verizon ROM to a US Cellular device will make it not work properly. If it's a US Cellular device, you won't get full network functionality on ANY other carrier. Simply flashing a ROM for a Verizon Note 3 will not make it compatible with Verizon's network. This goes for any carrier. That's just not how it works. Is it a US Cellular variant of the Note 3? What is the model number? What carrier are you trying to activate it on?
  5. Non US Cellular ROM

    See my response to your other post.
  6. Question about Google Fi

    I am also on Fi, and I love it. I joined after USCC became a network option, and now I have the same service as I did with USCC, plus I have Sprint in most areas where I used to be roaming (or had very poor connection in rural areas) on USCC, plus T-Mobile which is faster than Sprint if I'm in a big city. It's really pretty perfect. My bill is about $35-40/month max, sometimes even under $25 if I don't use data very much -- one month my bill was $20.50! I get the same speeds on USCC's network through Project Fi as I did when I had USCC's service. Sprint and T-Mo are also zippy. I wouldn't recommend Fi for anyone who uses more than 4 or 5GB per month, as this would cost $60 or $70, respectively. But if your data usage is like mine, 1-2GB/month on average, and you have access to WiFi most of the time, then it's definitely worth it.
  7. I wish you luck. man. I've never even seen a G3, and have even less knowledge of its modding quirks. All I know is that Bump is a thing, and that's the extent of it. Hopefully someone around here remembers enough about the device to help you out. I would also suggest posting in the ROM thread, wherever you got it, about this issue. Someone there may know more and be able to help you. Good luck bud
  8. What do you mean by "all lg flash tools throw a fit"?
  9. Moto e4

    It's a very cheap phone, so it's probably not great. That said, I've read that it's a decent phone for the price. You get what you pay for, basically. Keep your expectations low and you won't be let down Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
  10. [How To] GSM unlock S6

    Congratulations. Would you like to share your solution? Or are you just telling us that it's fixed for no reason? Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
  11. Follow my instructions on my previous post and report back. Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
  12. Can't send MMS

    Flash stock Nougat Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
  13. Please give us more information about what you did to your device. List all of your steps, versions of files, etc. Literally everything you did, every single detail no matter how inconsequential it seems. Unless we know EXACTLY what you have done to the device, we cannot help you solve the problem. Right now my advice would be to restore the factory firmware. You'll need the latest version of Odin and this firmware file.
  14. [How To] GSM unlock S6

    You should probably contact Tracfone about this. This forum is for US Cellular devices and US Cellular service. While the topic of this thread is about using USCC hardware on non-USCC networks, we don't know how to troubleshoot your problem since you're not on USCC's network.
  15. iPhone 6S+ 64GB Silver *MINT*

    That is a hell of a deal. Too bad A} I don't need a phone or know anyone who does and 2} don't want an iPhone. But I'll ask around to all the people I know in real life Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk