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question about android lockdown

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by reiththestud, May 20, 2010.

  1. reiththestud

    reiththestud Well-Known Member
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    Ive got a generic iphone vs android question. I know with my iphone, after i switch, i wont be able to just use my iphone as an ipod touch. As soon as i reset my iphone back to factory settings, i have to connect it to itunes and sign up for service to unlock it. My question, is android like that? If i dont have a sim card in, or a service agreement as with cdma, can i still just turn the phone on and use it as a pda or pmp without cell service? Or does it tool around at a "looking for service" screen?
     

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  2. Sherman901

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    Yeah, you will. Taking your SIM card out will make you able to use your iPhone just fine as an iPod touch. Don't worry about it.

    Also, EVO doesn't have a SIM card. CDMA phones don't have SIM phones. If it's de-activated though it should still work for everything except phone/network usage.
     
  3. reiththestud

    reiththestud Well-Known Member
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    Yeah, i know cdma doesnt use sim cards, thats why i mentioned cdma after mentioning sim cards. Sorry if that wasnt clear. Thanks for the quick response.
     
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