KrazeeCriss

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But when i did that it was in a Nexus 4 - a GSM only device - I never tested that sim card in a CDMA phone.

 

I DID put it in a USCC phone, that wasnt unlocked - was before they unlocked them - and it didnt do squat.

 

we shall see.

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I'm willing to risk bricking my device if it means we can get GSM working. :) If I'm successful I'll post here a tutorial.

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But when i did that it was in a Nexus 4 - a GSM only device - I never tested that sim card in a CDMA phone.

 

I DID put it in a USCC phone, that wasnt unlocked - was before they unlocked them - and it didnt do squat.

 

we shall see.

Screen just came in today, let's get this party started.

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I'm willing to risk bricking my device if it means we can get GSM working. :) If I'm successful I'll post here a tutorial.

 

 

 

But when i did that it was in a Nexus 4 - a GSM only device - I never tested that sim card in a CDMA phone.

 

I DID put it in a USCC phone, that wasnt unlocked - was before they unlocked them - and it didnt do squat.

 

we shall see.

Screen just came in today, let's get this party started.

 

No success.

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So this CAN'T be done then is that what is being said here????

And here we, I, thought someone was going to show us... :(

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There's always people saying it can be done. Then they disappear and never return after attempting.

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There's always people saying it can be done. Then they disappear and never return after attempting.

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It can be done, if you work as an engineer for Qualcomm LOL.

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There's always people saying it can be done. Then they disappear and never return after attempting.

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It can be done, if you work as an engineer for Qualcomm LOL.

 

That's a dumb argument lol. 

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There's always people saying it can be done. Then they disappear and never return after attempting.

Sent from my real Moto X using Tapatalk

It can be done, if you work as an engineer for Qualcomm LOL.

 

That's a dumb argument lol. 

 

Correction, you need to be a Qualcomm engineer with the ability to bypass Knox.

 

Na7q concerning your post about being able to flash a Sprint modem Knox can detect that an unauthorized modem is being flashed to the device and won't allow it.

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Sure. Maybe that's true. If you have knox. Which isn't on all devices ;) 

Every device I've seen the modem flashing on, was a pre-knox device.

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I stand corrected, the Mega does have a GSM chipset, but since it hasn't been approved by the FCC to use GSM it will not function on GSM. Additionally, the actual GSM antenna hardware is not even present on the phone, just the chipset and power amplifiers on the board.

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