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Straight Talk?


Wednesday 28th of August 2013 / androidforums.com
Anybody putting / considering a moto-x on straight talk or similar carrier? Curious about this as I'm thinking about alternatives to Verizon.
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Moto X on Straight Talk ATT


Thursday 03rd of October 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
So I want a moto x but I have straight talk with an att sim. I've read in this thread that you need to root the att version to get it working. Has anyone got the moto x working with straight talk with att? If so what is all involved. I dont really want to root. I see there is a dev edition now but I dont know if thats a guarantee. I don't even see a nano sim on straight talk site and im nervous to cut mine without knowing it would work. I would switch to a tmobile sim but tmobile wont transfer in my area code.
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VZW Moto X on straight talk


Tuesday 05th of November 2013 / androidforums.com
I am just wondering if it's possible to use a Verizon Moto X on straight talk. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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Moto X on Straight Talk


Friday 29th of November 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
HiMy sister is considering getting a Moto X on Monday during the Cyber Monday sale, and I have a few questions on which one to get. She has a AT&T SIM with LTE through the straight talk $45 a month, and I was wondering if she needed to get the regular AT&T phone off contract, or get the Developer Edition. They both have the necessary bands; however, I have no idea if the AT&T version will work on Straight Talk without any hacks. She really doesn't want the developer edition, as she wants it to be customized, but she would settle for it if she needed to. ThanksChad. Posted from the awesome new Nexus 7
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Is it possible to get Kitkat on a Moto X on AIO or Straight Talk?


Tuesday 03rd of December 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
So I'm thinking of buying the T-Mobile off-contract SIM unlocked Moto X. But the bootloader will be locked. So I won't be able to flash a ROM to update to Kitkat, and it will ship with 4.2.2. Does anyone else use prepaid services like Gophone, AIO Wireless, or Straight Talk and is it possible to update manually without unlocking the bootloader?
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Receiving MMS on Straight Talk


Monday 06th of January 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
So I've looked around for a solid solution to this problem, but I can't find one that works for me. I have the Moto X on Straight talk. Data, talk, text and even sending MMS works great. I just can't receive picture messages. I've tried the APN Straight Talk suggests along with several on this forum and others. Has anyone with a Moto X found a way to resolve this? Any help would be fantastic. For reference, I've tried: Straight Talktfdata mms3.tracfone.com80310410 I've tried several variations of this as well including APN type: default,supl,mms adding Port:80 Thank you so much for anyone who is willing to try and help! Jake
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Straight Talk / Verizon / Moto X mess


Wednesday 08th of January 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
I'm desperate for some advice on my situation. I'm currently a Straight Talk customer in midcoast Maine (Rockland area). The area has spotty GSM coverage, especially in the town I live in, and in the town I work in. I know a handful of people with GSM phones on Straight Talk and the voice is usable but the data is abysmal. So my choices are limited to CDMA phones that (I'm assuming) run on the Verizon network. My current phone is a Samsung Galaxy S950C that turns off (and back on again) at will. Not wanting to get stuck in a situation where I need my phone and it's decided that powering on is no longer one of it's functions, I bought a new, up to date phone. Not knowing that ST won't activate 4G LTE capable phones, I bought the Moto X, Verizon, off contract (on Motomaker of course, so I can't get a refund). Here are my questions: Are there any prepaid or inexpensive carriers that I could activate the Moto X on? I don't expect LTE, and we don't really get it in this area anyway. Is there a way to get the Moto X working on a prepaid carrier that's possible for a tech novice?Failing opt
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Able to use Unlocked T Mobile Moto X on other networks?


Tuesday 14th of January 2014 / androidforums.com
I'm seriously considering getting the T Mobile unlocked Moto X and was wondering if anyone can confirm what networks this will work on? I'm currently on Sprint's network, but I'm not planning on staying forever and am tired of my GS4. I've read that the Tmobile Moto X can work on ATT, but I've heard conflicting reports about whether you can use it with Sprint and Straight Talk. Can anyone confirm if the unlocked Tmobile Moto X can be used on Straight Talk, and if you can use it on Sprint? Or vice versa, can the Sprint Moto X be unlocked and used on other networks such as Tmobile or Straight Talk? Thanks for helping me to pick the right version of the X!
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Moto X unlocked GSM on Straight Talk


Tuesday 25th of February 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hi - I just ordered a Moto X GSM unlocked (AT&T and T-Mobile 4G LTE with Global HSPA) during the $329 sale, should get it this week. I'd appreciate getting the latest advice on how to get it to work on the $45 Straight Talk plan: [LIST][*]Which SIM card should I get? [*]How do I trim it to nano? [*]Any other set-up tips? [*]Or is a $60 AT&T GoPhone no-contract plan worth the cost because it's simpler to set up? I am no techie, so thanks for your help in advance!
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Straight Talk now offering Nano SIM for those who bring their own phone


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No more scary scissors or expensive cutters required to use a Moto X on Straight TalkPrepaid phone MVNO Straight Talk is opening up its SIM card options today by offering the smallest of the bunch, Nano SIMs, for anyone bringing their own phone to the network. More and more popular devices — such as the Moto X, new Droids and recent iPhones — are taking advantage of the smaller SIM form factor, previously forcing folks to purchase Micro SIMs and cut them down to size manually.Nano SIMs are available online for just $6.99 — the same price as the other SIM sizes — and can be selected whether you're planning on using T-Mobile or AT&T bands on the carrier. Hit the source link below to order yours.Source: Straight Talk
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