Root flashed phone to cricket

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by wolfdragon, Sep 11, 2010.

  1. wolfdragon

    wolfdragon Member
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    Evening,
    I just got my hands on the ever so lovely HTC incredible and flashed it to cricket. However I'm having a few issues with getting my gps, mms, apps and getting my data connection to stop going on and off. I followed the walkthroughs for both the HTC Eris/hero and the Motorola Droid, course respecting the aspects of motorola that won't work on an HTC. I've gotten the web running with the issue of it periodically goin in and out. As for mms, gps and apps....sadly they're a no go. If anyone has any ideas or can help it would be greatly appreciated.
     

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  2. Hand76

    Hand76 Guest

    What the hell is Cricket?
     
  3. GideonX

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  4. wolfdragon

    wolfdragon Member
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    no assistance???
     
  5. Two_cents

    Two_cents Well-Known Member
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    99% of us dont use cricket... in the hack of the radio you probably affected the stability of the 3g... but if it makes calls than thats the important part right>?
     
  6. goochbuntu

    goochbuntu Member
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    hey dude the reason your not working maybe its the prl file that your using try a few others i got my android phone to work and everything works if you need a few prl files let me know ill post them for you im also creating a website that is going to have cricket prl files on it but if you need help still please let me know you may need to reflash the phone and start from scratch
     
  7. 8andsand

    8andsand Well-Known Member
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    Georgia
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  8. reeseco760

    reeseco760 New Member
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    Also flashed a HTC incredible to cricket, no sending of picture messages ,no gps , poor signal strength ...any ideas how to fix
     

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