Nexus one on verizon?


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    Rckrkid287 Member This Topic's Starter

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    I really love the nexus one! (That's why I got an Eris.) But so far I haven't seen a sign of the N1 coming out on Verizon. Has anyone found a way to make it work on Verizon Service?
     

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    ap3604 Well-Known Member

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    LoL where have you been for the last 2 months?! ;)

    No Verizon/Sprint Nexus One. Period.

    (Of course theirs always the Droid Incredible/EVO options)
     
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    Rckrkid287 Member This Topic's Starter

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    There no chance of it at all? Has anyone tried? lol spell fail! fixed it
     
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    Ryjabo Well-Known Member

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    The HTC Incredible is the Nexus One equivalent on Verizon right now... and it has SenseUI (bleh).
     
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    Rckrkid287 Member This Topic's Starter

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    I didn't really like the design of the phone. Don't get me wrong it runs nice but its just not for me. And I agree sense UI sucks thats why i turned it off XD
     
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    No nexus one for verizon. no modding, hacking, or any amount of magic can change that. you can get the incredible or droid or you can wait for droid x or droid 2.
     
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    To add on why this won't work...the Nexus one with AT&T and Tmo are both GSM versions. Verizon is a CDMA carrier...so the 2 versions of the Nexus One won't work on Verizon. So yeah...you're out of luck. If you want the N1 really badly...you'll have to switch carrier :p There's the HTC Desire, which is the closest phone to the N1...but I'm not sure if it's coming to the US...and if it does...it's a GSM phone...so you'll be in the same predicament as the N1...
     

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