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Root [T-Mobile] flashing to boost

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by foo karr, Jan 19, 2014.

  1. foo karr

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    Hi guys im new to this site but it seems awesome. Anyways my friend found a s4 with t mobile and figure it was no good. Of course I took it and was able to get into it and root it and etc... My question is since im on boost and the s4 is on t- mobil is there anyway I can flash it over to boost. I currently have a prevail 2 with boost and im learning day by day. Just lastnight I had no idea wat flashing was or rooting and now I have 2 phones done including the s4. But I wanna change the phone over please help..........!!!!!!!
     

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    To my knowledge boost is cdma and tmo is gsm. No way to flash it to tmo
     
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    What aboust to attsince they both have sims under pre pay.
     
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    *switch to att
     
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    If you can find a way to unlock the device then it's possible.

    I'm not sure if gsm phones are the same as cdma, but it may be possible as well that the imei could end up being black listed and listed as a lost/stolen phone from the original owner deeming it unusable.
     

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