Non-Sprint CDMA Hero

dmchance

Newbie
Slight changes from the Sprint version. They have more carrier specific stuff (sprint nav, tv, nfl, etc) than we do. I have learned a great deal from these fine folks. Everything I have read about and tried has worked flawlessly on mine! Great info on this forum.
 

sherfield2002

Newbie
Thread starter
I'm in Meridian, so not too far from the coast...I wonder how many of these phone CS has sold. They have been very aggressive with their ads for it. I know several CS customers, but nobody with this phone. Most are using a BB.
 

osli

Well-Known Member
I'm in Meridian, so not too far from the coast...I wonder how many of these phone CS has sold. They have been very aggressive with their ads for it. I know several CS customers, but nobody with this phone. Most are using a BB.

I'm also in Meridian with a hero from VS
 

hempwallace

Well-Known Member
I'm in Meridian, so not too far from the coast...I wonder how many of these phone CS has sold. They have been very aggressive with their ads for it. I know several CS customers, but nobody with this phone. Most are using a BB.

I've seen more ads for the Hero here from CS than from either Sprint or HTC and Cellular Souths coverage area doesn't reach the Central Arkansas area.
 

cooolone2

Android Enthusiast
You mean that CS is selling a Hero without the Sprint bloatware? Is it running HTC sense UI? Lol... if so, what bandwith & frequency does it operate on? Lol... sorry for the questions... but have my reasons.

:)

Thanks...
 
I'm in Meridian, so not too far from the coast...I wonder how many of these phone CS has sold. They have been very aggressive with their ads for it. I know several CS customers, but nobody with this phone. Most are using a BB.

When I picked mine up on Friday, they said around 15,000. They sold over 8,000 with the pre-order.

BTW, I'm in the Jackson Metro area.
 

cooolone2

Android Enthusiast
Well I would love to see a backup of the ROM loaded on my phone to see the differences. If any of you get adventurous and decide to root your unit and create a backup, please be kind and share. Lolz...

I know the apps can be removed, but this is akin to a "clean" install, :) which in my experience is much better to start with.

Regards
 
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