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CDMA Flashing Help


Tuesday 07th of August 2012 / android.net
Hi my nexus s 4g has bad esn now and I need help flashing my phone from sprint to cricket. I look on YouTube but not many videos about flashing CDMA. I've tried using software but to complicated. Help please?
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Install CyanogenMod 9 nightly build on Samsung Nexus S GSM/CDMA - Android Authority


Friday 16th of March 2012 / androidauthority.com
Despite the release of the official Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the Google Nexus S, a lot of users would still prefer flashing custom ROMs on their phones. Custom ROMs are more enhanced and give you the freedom to mold your phone the way you want it to be. Unlike official updates, most custom ROMs also get updates faster and can be manually installed on your phone.The CyanogenMod team has been working day and night to produce its own variety of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich via CyanogenMod 9 (CM9). The team somewhat slowed down on its progress with development because it needed more build servers.  After calling out for help to the community, donations came in and the team was able to set up new build servers.Now, the CyanogenMod team has made available new nightly builds for CyanogenMod 9 (based on Android 4.0.3) for the Nexus S, both GSM and CDMA (Nexus S 4G) variants.In this step-by-step guide, you will learn how to install the latest nightly build of CyanogenMod 9 on your Nexus S or Nexus S 4G.RequirementsRoot your Nexus S/Nexus S 4G and flash ClockworkMod Recovery on yo
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Flash CyanogenMod 9 nightly build on Samsung Galaxy Nexus GSM/CDMA - Android Authority


Saturday 17th of March 2012 / androidauthority.com
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the first Android phone to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, however users are not yet satisfied and would still prefer the sweetness of custom ROMs on their phone. With enhanced features and faster updates, custom ROMs are definitely better than stock ROMs–some custom ROMs anyway, such as CyanogenMod 9.If you prefer the mods, tweaks, and enhancements that the CyanogenMod team has done on the bare Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, try some of the CyanogenMod Team’s nightly treats of CyanogenMod 9 for your phone.This step-by-step guide will teach you to add some sugar on your Galaxy Nexus by flashing nightly builds of CyanogenMod 9 on your phone.PrerequisitesDownload the most recent CyanogenMod 9 nightly build for your respective phone:Click here for the CDMA variant of the Galaxy Nexus.Click here for the GSM variant of the Galaxy Nexus.A rooted Galaxy Nexus with ClockworkMod Recovery installed. Need help?  Check out our guide for rooting the Galaxy Nexus CDMA and installing ClockworkMod Recovery.For a successfully installation, temporarily clo
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[RESOLVED] Flashing CM10 | Jelly Bean 4.1.X


Tuesday 27th of November 2012 / androidforums.com
Alrighty, Hey everyone.I haven't seen any threads about CM10 on desire. So I thought I'll start one and get a bit of help with it. I am running CyanogenMod 7 currently and I felt that I wanted to try out a different, yet a new Jelly Bean 4.1.1 ROM (especially with that awesome "Google's voice search" - Siri got owned! )Yes yes, you may say that flashing is really easy, and it is. What I need help for is:> Would it work for CDMA Desire's?> Re-partition my SD card OR Wipe it (fat32) OR leave it?> Change hboot to stock?> Would I need to re-root?> A2SD+ script (have done all that but yet a bit confused)> Would I need to change my ext partition?Here is an article which explains how to install it.
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How to flash cdma network????


Wednesday 09th of May 2012 / androidforums.com
does anyone know how to flash a sprint android to boost?? I've seen plenty of youtube vids but none giving software names,,, unless their bought but sites seem hella shady. so if anyone knows how to flash sprint/verizon/metro pcs/crickit or any cdma phone to boost i would like to know the proccess and/or programs. i got rooting and roms down now i wanna learn the flashing step of androind.. and you cant say that it isnt possible cuz i have seen sprint phones running with boost. please help. trying to learn as much as possible.
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Need help flashing EVO from cricket back to Sprint


Wednesday 22nd of June 2011 / forums.androidcentral.com
I bought phone from craigs. It has been flashed to cricket, I hate cricket.I want Sprint back on. I know there's a thread on a how-to flash back to Sprint, but I need some help on the instructions if nobody will mind. I'm stuck on the step where its noted below in bold, red letters. Any help will be appreciated. I double click on phone, but I only get the properties. I don't see any Roaming tab or Backup or CDMA tab. Help me! URL: -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Instructions from Website above:[Solved] Flash EVO back to Sprint from Cricket/MetroPCS! My roommate bought an EVO 4G off Craigslist that was pre-flashed to MetroPCS. It had a clean ESN, so I tried to have it activated. I finally got voice and text to work, but no data. After searching the web, visiting flashing stores, and spending hours on the phone with Sprint's so called "Technical Support" over the last week, I finally figur
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Flashing Radio CDMA Desire


Wednesday 05th of January 2011 / androidforums.com
Hi guys,I am fairly new to rooting; however, I successfully rooted my CDMA HTC Desire last night using the unrevoked method. I then flashed CyanogenModv6.1 to my Desire. On my pc, the program said "this was a triump" but on my phone, after it completed it said E:unsupported radio type. My question..... well I am interested in flashing a new radio on my phone because @ work and sometimes home it toggles between 3g/1x (not sure what 1x means). My device did do this from time to time before I even rooted my phone but it seems it's doing it more now that I flashed CyanogenMod. [RADIO] HTC Desire Stock Radios [LATEST 32.49.00.32U_5.11.05.27] [03/10/10] - xda-developers is a site with HTC Desire radios. My question(finally lol) is are these radios for CDMA or GSM? How do I tell which radio is for which device for future use so I can tell myself, AND if they are GSM, where can I find a radio that I can flash and test that is for a CDMA Desire?Thanks for the help!
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flashing.. need community wisdom


Monday 05th of August 2013 / androidforums.com
Hi all, was hoping to get a little help here from people more experienced.I am currently a Ting customer (Ting is a CDMA Sprint MVNO) and love it. I have two phones, an old Optimus S and an LG Marquee. My girlfriend recently retired her DINC 2 and switched to Ting (broken charge port, which I later replaced).Ting welcomes flashed phones on their network (but obviously cant help with the flashing). Whle the Marquee and Dinc2 have similar specs, the Dinc2 runs much better. I have been contemplating flashing it to Ting for a while now, using the Optimus S as a donor phone. However, I just broke the screen on my Marquee, so that is a possible donor as well (I did not want to risk bricking my daily driver, but I can always activate the opti).I have rooted many phones, and played with alternate ROMS. I run a PC repair business and am very tech savvy, however I have never flashed a phone before, and was wondering about the following questions if anybody here can help.Should the Dinc2 be rooted first?I know I need the ESN/MEID, HA, and AAA from the donor phone, is there anything else?Verizon
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Verizon prepaid Flashing Help needed


Friday 18th of October 2013 / droidforums.net
Hi all and moderators,If this thread is not posted in the correct forums, please move it to the correct forum and let me know, I will do in that, from the next time. Since I'm new here and I looked all the way to the bottom, but, I did not find any, which will suit my needs. So I'm going ahead. Sorry for that.ok. Basically, I have a Verizon Modem, 4G LTE 5510L.I'm not using it for almost 5 months. So I wanted to do a experiment. Since I already have a Unlimited LTE Plan from verizon, my Base Internet is not disturbed. This is what i want to do just for fun and to learn new things. I want to do flashing.I have a old, Motorola Flip Phone, Verizon - Razr V3M. I don't know whether I can use it for flashing as a Donor or not???I downloaded the cracked version of CDMA Workshop.Almost 1.5 years back, I flashed the Boost Samyo Incognito to the HTV EVO 4G. and with that experience I'm plannig to go ahead with this thing.so my question is, can I use the Motorola Razr V3M as a donor to flash 5510L???Or else, I cannot do that, Only a Samsung and LG basic, Flip Phones only work as a Donor Phones
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Galaxy S3 I535 No Service After Flashing Kit Kat 4.4.4


Saturday 16th of August 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hello everyone. I was hoping that some of you that are more knowledgeable about this stuff could help me out here. I recently flashed from CM 10.2 to KitKat (4.4.4), which everything went smoothly for the most part. However, I've noticed that my phone constantly has no service. I should probably state that I live in an area with very low service to begin with, but prior to the flash I was able to get at least a bar inside my house. Now, I'm unable to get anything. The first thing I could think of to check was my settings in the phone. The data is enabled, CDMA Roaming mode is set to automatic, CDMA subscription is set to RUIM / SIM, and the Preferred Network Type was Global. I wasn't familiar with the global setting as I was used to seeing the LTE / CDMA / EvDo options there. So, when I clicked on it, it now gives LTE, 3g, 2g, 1x, and Global as options. I tried changing it to 3g, but the changes would not save that way. The only way I could get them to save was to power off the phone, take the sim card out and put it back in, and then reboot and switch them. Once i pick a new setting
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