Can you switch the chip in a cell phone to make it work for a different service provider?
No, the cell phones have to be from the same service provider in order for them to work.
If my Motorola att phone doesn't have blue tooth and i just want the melody of the songswhat do i do?
How do i unlock a phone i found it has no service and it has a code is there anyway i can figure it out?
I buy a Motorola cell phone from America but in India it is not running cell phone deemanded password what password will be of this phone will you pls tell me?
You would have to call the cell phone service provider that you received the cell phone from and ask for an unlock code. When you purchase a phone from one country and try to use it with another provider in a different country you need to get the unlock code before you can use that phone with the new service.
Contact your service provider from a different phone and they will need to get the ESN from the back of the device. There will be a white label inside the phone underneath the battery and the ESN will be there. Once they have the ESN and change it in their billing system they will walk you thru manually programming the new device with your old number
This can mean a couple different things. Flashing can refer to just updating its firmware(or internal Operating system) or it can mean illegally making a phone use a different number (also called cloneing) When you remove a service provider lock(I.E.Verizon,Sprint,Alltel,Amp'd etc.) on a mobile phone("cell phone") and/or to make it compatible with a different service provider(I.E.:Cricket Wireless,MetroPCS,Pocket Comm etc..) www.rapidflash.tk www.myspace.com/cricketflash
Usually, the service provider will offer an upgrade when you are eligible. They will handle everything for you and guide you through the whole process. However, there are some cases when the service providers do not notify you. If they don't notify you: Transfer your SIM card from your new phone to your old. Call your service provider if that doesn't work.
How do you keep your old phone number for an old phone and then get a new phone with a new sim and keep the number?
I'm assuming the phones are on different networks. You would contact the service provider of the old phone and tell them you want to 'migrate' the number to a different network. You are asking for the 'Port Authorisation Code' (PAC) - they should give you this for free. You give the PAC to the new provider and they'll do the change for you.
If you are talking about cell phones, yes, you can, provided you have a GSM handset. In case of CDMA handsets this is not possible. In a GSM device, the SIM card (provided by the service provider) contains the subscriber information as well as an encryption key. Thus when you switch the service provider, you just swap the SIM (with that of the new one) and the phone is available for use with the new…
Contact your service provider and ask for a new sim card. You will be charged a small amount for this. You can also insert a SIM card with a different number on it, from another provider, as long as your phone is unlocked. Some handsets will only work with SIM cards from one provider. Most phone outlet shops have the facility to unlock it.(again for a charge).
I read somewhere that ATT is the sole service provider for the new iPhone 3G. I am planning to buy the iPhone but your current service provider is Verizon I am happy with your service provider?
The new iPhones come with a SIM lock which means it is not possible to change the service provider of the phones. There are grey markets vendors who might help you break the SIM lock and use the iPhone for other service providers. But remember, your iPhone warranty will become invalid if you do that. With the mobile phone portability service available you can change your cell phone service providers and still retain your old…