I am on the $45 plan (because I need more than 300 minutes). I have received no such text.
Are you in Canada?
Having previously lived in the Twin Cities, the rest of the country seems to think they are in Canada anyway. :rolleyes:
I was wondering why that was! :rolleyes:
I took the "software enhancement" and other than on the built in settings on the device, I no longer can see how much data Virgin/Sprint thinks I...
Add the ZTE Awe to that list. My daughter is on the $25 plan with the Awe.
If you have root, yes.
I am so glad you all get my whacked sense of humor. :P
It's okay. Nurse Ratched will be here with the med cart soon. :D
It looks like it is hiding some sort of disclaimer and perhaps model numbers and serial numbers.
I got it working again. I had to go into the settings in the WiFi Tether app, and to "Change Setup Method" and click on the Netd-Ndc (master...
There are a lot of threads in the All Things Root forum. Can you link me the thread with the awesome rom 2.9?
I ran Root Checker Basic, and apparently it unrooted me at least partially. I tried getting root via Impactor, and it was a no go. Tried...
I do not know whether there is a way to permanently hide the notification.
Apparently, if you have root, it unroots you when you take the update. :(
I love your sense of humor! :D
I took the OTA update this morning. I am rooted on the stock ROM. So far I think I am still rooted as I am able to see SDCard0 and SDCard1 in file...
Wow, that is crazy. I can see it for $29.99 as a phone for a young teen, to limit the apps etc. on it. And seriously, the OpV is freaking bullet...
You could contact the developer of the VM Minutes app and suggest that.
not yet. Have not needed to. Would not take much to try it out though.
It is a promotional plan that is apparently only available for the phones listed on the page at the link, so no Samsung GS2, GS3, GS5.
That would definitely be a workable plan if: 1) one was always within range of wifi and, 2) existing customers were allowed to switch to it.
No data is a deal breaker on that plan.
Definitely. When I am ready for a new phone, I am likely to jump ship over to Bright Spot, especially if they are able to port my Minneapolis area...
I believe Target's Bright Spot is on T-Mobile's network. And I think you need to have a GSM phone to take advantage of the bring your own device.