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Old October 23rd, 2011, 03:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Evo Shift surfing @ 1x in Mexico!!!

Hello, I recently purchased a HTC Evo Shift from Sprint and activated it down here in Mazatlan,Mexico. The thing is the guy that "unlocked" it for me left it surfing @ 1x speed, my company down here is Iusacell, which is the only company that handles CDMA phones still and do offer 3g speed in Mazatlan, what is this based on? how can I make phone surf @ 3g speeds?, hell I'll even settle if it just surfs @ EVDO, but the phone is way to nice to just be 1x, i hope you can help me!...thanx in advance!

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Why don't you ask the guy that unlocked it for you?
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You also have to make sure that the 3G bands of your current provider matches those of Sprint.
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The answer to that problem is simple... "Mexico"... Glad I could help.
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The answer to that problem is simple... "Mexico"... Glad I could help.
hahaha...the day you can point "Mexico" out on a world map, then will talk about it.
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hahaha...the day you can point "Mexico" out on a world map, then will talk about it.
Dude head over to XDA forums maybe someone there can help you.
You might just have to change a few settings in the hidden menus.
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