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Which is the best GSM mobile service provider for Mumbai and Thane?

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can someone tell me Who is the best GSM service provider in Mumbai? with best customer service,to elaborate a service provider that does not cheat ? customers

Who is the old man in the t-mobile advertisementwith Charles barkley?

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Charles Barkley, Doctor J (Julius Erving,) and Magic Johnson

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The seating capacity for basketball at the Thomas and Mack Center is 18,776.

Do you have to have internet for all ATT smartphones?

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This article is about the company known as AT&T since 2005. For the original AT&T, see AT&T Corporation. For other uses, see AT&T (disambiguation).

AT&T Inc. Type Public Traded as NYSE: T
BMV: T
FWB: SOBA
Dow Jones Component
S&P 500 Component
Industry Telecommunications Predecessor(s) American Telephone and Telegraph Company Founded October 5, 1983[1]Headquarters Whitacre Tower, Downtown,
Dallas, Texas, United States Key people Randall Stephenson
(Chairman, President & CEO)[2]Services Fixed line and mobile telephony, broadband and fixed-line internet services,digital television Revenue US$ 124.280 billion (2010)[3]Operating income US$ 19.573 billion (2010)[3]Net income US$ 19.864 billion (2010)[3]Total assets US$ 277.653 billion (2011)[3]Total equity US$ 111.950 billion (2010)[3]Employees 294,600 (2010)[3]Parent AT&T Corp. (1983) Subsidiaries AT&T Corp.
AT&T Mobility
BellSouth
Southwestern Bell
AT&T Teleholdings Website ATT.com

Whitacre Tower: AT&T's corporate headquarters in Dallas, Texas

AT&T Inc. (sometimes stylized as at&t; NYSE: T, for "telephone") is an American multinational telecommunications corporation headquartered in Whitacre Tower, Dallas, Texas, United States. It is the second largest provider of mobile telephony and fixed telephony in the United States, and is also a provider of broadband and subscription television services. As of 2010, AT&T is the 7th largest company in the United States by total revenue, as well as the 4th largest non-oil company in the US (behind Walmart, General Electric, and Bank of America). It is the 3rd largest company in Texas by total revenue (behindExxonMobiland ConocoPhillips) and the largest non-oil company in Texas. It is also the largest company headquartered in Dallas.[4]In 2011, Forbes listed AT&T as the 14th largest company in the world by market value[5]and the 9th largest non-oil company in the world by market value.[6]It is the 20th largest mobile telecom operator in the world with over 100.7 million mobile customers.[7]

The company began its existence as Southwestern Bell Corporation, one of seven Regional Bell Operating Companies created in 1983 as part of the break-up of the original AT&T due to the United States v. AT&T antitrust lawsuit. It changed its name to SBC Communications Inc. in 1995. In 2005, it purchased its former parent company, AT&T Corporation (originally known as the American Telephone and Telegraph Company), and took on its branding, with the merged entity naming itself AT&T Inc. and using the iconic AT&T logo and stock-trading symbol.

The current AT&T reconstitutes much of the former Bell System and includes ten of the original 22 Bell Operating Companies, along with one it partially owned (Southern New England Telephone), and the original long distance division.[8]The company is headquartered in downtown Dallas, Texas.[9]

Contents[hide] [edit]History[edit]1984-2001: Southwestern Bell Corporation

American Telephone and Telegraph Company officially transferred full ownership of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company to Southwestern Bell Corporation on January 1, 1984. It had three other subsidiaries: Southwestern Bell Publications, Inc., a directory publisher; Southwestern Bell Mobile Systems, Inc., in the business of mobile telephone service; and Southwestern Bell Telecommunications, Inc., focusing on marketing phone equipment to business customers. The holding companies' new president was Zane Edison Barnes.

Southwestern Bell Corporation logo, 1992-1995

In 1987, SBC bought Metromedia Inc.'s cellular and paging business. This in turn boosted the company to third largest cellular-communications company in the United States; behind McCaw Cellular and Pacific Telesis. In January 1990, Edward Whitacre took over as president of Southwestern Bell. The Headquarters was moved from St. Louis to San Antonio, Texas in February 1993. It acquired 2 cable companies in Maryland and Virginiafrom Hauser Communications for $650 million, becoming the first regional Bell telephone company to acquire a cable company outside of its service area. In 1994, they called off a $1.6 billion acquisition attempt for 40% ofCox Cable due to FCC rules on cable companies. SBC would later start selling its current cable company interests.

[edit]1995-2000: Changes in the company

SBC Communications logo, 2001-2005

In 1995 Southwestern Bell Corp. became SBC Communications. They then combined Southwestern Bell Telecom division (which made telephone equipment) into the company, due to new FCC rules.

In 1996, SBC announced it would acquire Pacific Telesis Group, a Regional Bell Operating Company (RBOC) in California and Nevada. 1997 brought rumors of a proposed merger between AT&T Corporation (the USA's largest long distance provider) and SBC (the USA's largest local provider). The FCC disapproved of the merger, and it came to end. Later in 1997, SBC sold its last two cable companies, exiting the cable telecom field.

In January 1998, SBC announced it would take over Southern New England Telecommunications Corp. (SNET) for $4.4 billion in stock (the FCC would approve in October 1998). SBC also won a court judgment that would make it easier for RBOCs to enter the long distance phone service, but it was being challenged by AT&T and the FCC. In May 1998, Ameritech and SBC announced a $62 billion dollar merger, in which SBC would take over Ameritech. After making several organizational changes (such as the sale of Ameritech Wireless to GTE) to satisfy state and federal regulators, the two merged on October 8, 1999. The FCC later fined SBC Communications $6 million for failure to comply with agreements made in order to secure approval of the merger. SBC became the largest RBOC until the Bell Atlantic and GTE merger. 1998 revenues were $46 billion, placing SBC among the top 15 companies in the Fortune 500.

In January 1999, SBC announced it would purchase Comcast Cellular, for $1.7 billion, plus $1.3 billion of debt. During 1999 SBC continued to prepare to be allowed to provide long distance phone service. February SBC acquired up to ten percent of Williams Companies' telecommunications division for about $500 million, who was building a fiber optic network across the country and would carry SBC's future service. On November 1, 1999, SBC became a part of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

[edit]2000-2005: One national brand, and acquisition of AT&T Corporation

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The final AT&T logo prior to its merger with SBC in late 2005.

In 2002, SBC ended marketing its operating companies under different names, and simply opted to give its companies different doing business as names based on the state (a practice already in use by Ameritech since 1993), and it gave the holding companies it had purchased d/b/a names based on their general region.

SBC-AT&T legacy transition logo, used 2005-2006

On January 31, 2005, SBC announced that it would purchase AT&T Corporation for more than US$16 billion. The announcement came almost eight years after SBC and AT&T (originally known as the American Telephone and Telegraph Company) called off their first merger talks and nearly a year after initial merger talks between AT&T Corp. andBellSouthfell apart. AT&T stockholders meeting in Denver, approved the merger on June 30, 2005. The U.S. Department of Justice cleared the merger on October 27, 2005, and the Federal Communications Commission approved it on October 31, 2005.

The merger was finalized on November 18, 2005.[10]Upon the completion of the merger, SBC Communications adopted the AT&T branding, and changed its corporate name toAT&T Inc. to differentiate the company from the former AT&T Corporation. On December 1, 2005, the merged company's New York Stock Exchange ticker symbol was changed from "SBC" to the traditional "T" used by AT&T.

The new AT&T updated the former AT&T's graphic logo (a new "marble" designed by Interbrand took over the "Death Star"); however the existing AT&T sound trademark (voiced by Pat Fleet) continues to be used.

[edit]2006: BellSouth acquisition

The BellSouth logo.

On Friday December 29, 2006, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved the new AT&T's acquisition of a regional Bell Operating Company, BellSouth, valued at approximately $86 billion (or 1.325 shares of AT&T for each share of BellSouth at the close of trading December 29, 2006).[11]The new combined company retained the name AT&T.[12]The deal consolidated ownership of both Cingular Wireless andYellowpages.com, once joint ventures between BellSouth and AT&T. All services, including wireless, became offered under the AT&T name.[13]

[edit]2007-2008 restructuring[edit]Transition to new media

The AT&T Switching Center in downtown Los Angeles.

In June 2007, AT&T's new chairman and CEO, Randall Stephenson, discussed how wireless services are the core of "The New AT&T".[14]With declining sales of traditional home phone lines, AT&T plans to roll out various new media such as Video Share, U-verse, and to extend its reach in high speed Internet into rural areas across the country. AT&T announced on June 29, 2007, however, that it was acquiring Dobson Communications. It was then reported on October 2, 2007 that AT&T would purchase Interwise[clarification needed] for $121 million, which it completed on November 2, 2007. On October 9, 2007, AT&T purchased 12 MHz of spectrum in the prime 700 MHz spectrum band from privately held Aloha Partners for nearly $2.5 billion; the deal was approved by the FCC on February 4, 2008. On December 4, 2007 AT&T announced plans to acquire Edge Wireless, a regional GSM carrier in the Pacific Northwest.[15]The Edge Wireless acquisition was completed in April 2008.[16]

[edit]Corporate headquarters move

On June 27, 2008, AT&T announced that it would move its corporate headquarters from 175 East Houston Street in San Antonio to One AT&T Plaza in Downtown Dallas.[9][17]The company said that it moved to gain better access to its customers and operations throughout the world, and to the key technology partners, suppliers, innovation and human resources needed as it continues to grow, domestically and internationally[18]

AT&T Inc. previously relocated its corporate headquarters to San Antonio from St. Louis in 1992, when it was then named Southwestern Bell Corporation. The company's Telecom Operations group, which serves residential and regional business customers in 22 U.S. states, remains in San Antonio.[citation needed]

Atlanta continues to be the headquarters for AT&T Mobility, with significant offices in Redmond, Washington, the former home of AT&T Wireless. Bedminster, New Jersey is the headquarters for the company's Global Business Services group and AT&T Labs. St. Louis continues as home to the company's Directory operations, AT&T Advertising Solutions.[19]

[edit]Job cuts

On December 4, 2008, AT&T announced they would be cutting 12,000 jobs due to "economic pressures, a changing business mix and a more streamlined organizational structure".[20]

[edit]Post-consolidation wireless acquisitions[edit]Cellular One acquisition

On June 29, 2007 AT&T announced that they had reached an agreement to purchase Dobson Cellular, which provided services in the US under the name Cellular One in primarily rural areas. The closing price was $2.8B USD, or $13 per share. AT&T also agreed to assume the outstanding debt of $2.3B USD. The sale completed on November 15, 2007, with market transition beginning December 9, 2007.[21]

[edit]Centennial acquisition

On November 11, 2008, AT&T announced a $944 million buyout of Centennial Communications Corp. The acquisition is subject to regulatory approval, the approval of Centennial's stockholders and other customary closing conditions. Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe, Centennial's largest stockholder, has agreed to vote in support of this transaction. In an attempt to quell regulators, on May 9, 2009 AT&T entered an agreement with Verizon Wireless to sell off certain existing Centennial service areas in the states of Louisiana and Mississippi for $240 million pending the successful merger of AT&T and Centennial.[22]

[edit]Wayport acquisition

On December 12, 2008, AT&T acquired Wayport, Inc., a major provider of Internet hotspots in the United States. With the acquisition, AT&T's public Wi-Fi deployment climbed to 20,000 hotspots in the United States, the most of any U.S. provider.[23]

[edit]Qualcomm spectrum

On December 20, 2011, AT&T and Qualcomm announced that AT&T would buy $1.93 billion worth of spectrum from Qualcomm. Formerly used for FLO TV, this spectrum will be used to expand AT&T's 4G wireless services. AT&T already had spectrum for the purpose close to what it is buying.[24]

[edit]Attempted acquisition of T-Mobile USAMain article: Attempted purchase of T-Mobile USA by AT&T

On March 20, 2011, AT&T announced its intention to buy T-Mobile USA for $39 billion from Deutsche Telekom. The deal comes with 33.7 million subscribers, making AT&T the largest mobile phone company in the United States.[25][26]If the deal goes through AT&T would have a 43% market share of mobile phones in the U.S. making AT&T significantly larger than any of its competitors. Regulators question the effects such a deal will have on both competitors and consumers.[25]AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson however stated that the merger would increase network quality and would lead to large savings for the company. AT&T stated it may have to sell some assets to gain approval from regulators, but claims to have done their "homework" on regulations.[27]

Reaction to the announced merger has generated both support as well as opposition among various groups and communities.

The merger has garnered support from a wide number of civil rights, environmental, and business organizations. These include the NAACP, League of United Latin American Citizens, Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), and the Sierra Club.[28]Labor organizations such as the AFL-CIO, Teamsters, and the Communications Workers of America also voiced support for the merger. These organizations point to AT&T's commitment to labor, social, and environmental standards. Many of these organizations have also cited how the merger is likely to accelerate 4G wireless deployment, thus helping underserved communities such as rural areas and disadvantaged urban communities.[28]According to the NAACP, the merger will "advance increased access to affordable and sustainable wireless broadband services and in turn stimulate job creation and civic engagement throughout our country."[28]

As of August 2 the governors of 26 states have written letters supporting the merger.[29]On July 27 the attorneys general of Utah, Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, and Wyoming sent a joint letter of support to the FCC.[29]As of August 2011 state regulatory agencies in Arizona and Louisiana have approved the acquisition.

A diverse group of industry and public-interest organizations are opposed to AT&T's merger with T-Mobile. Consumer groups including Public Knowledge, Consumers Union, Free Press and the Media Access Project are publicly opposed to AT&T merger. These groups have influence with Democrats at the Federal Communications Commission and in Congress. These organizations fear that the merger will raise prices and stifle innovation by consolidating so much of the wireless industry in one company. Free Press and Public Knowledge have started letter-writing campaigns against the deal.[30]

Internet companies are generally skeptical of the merger because it leaves them with fewer counter-parties to negotiate with for getting their content and applications to customers. The AT&T merger might leave them dependent on just two, AT&T andVerizon. The Computer & Communication Industry Association (CCIA), which counts Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and eBay among its members, is opposed to the merger. "A deal like this, if not blocked on antitrust grounds, is of deep concern to all the innovative businesses that build everything from apps to handsets. It would be hypocritical for our nation to talk about unleashing innovation on one hand and then stand by as threats to innovation like this are proposed," said Ed Black, head of CCIA.[30]

On April 21, 2011, AT&T defended its proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA before a U.S. Senate committee, saying the combined company will deliver high-speed wireless services to 97 percent of Americans and provide consumer benefits such as fewer dropped calls.[31]

If AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile USA is rejected by federal regulators, AT&T would need to pay $6 billion, including $3 billion in cash, to T-Mobile USA's parent company Deutsche Telekom.[32]

On August 31, 2011, the Department of Justice officially filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia seeking to block the acquisition. [33][34]

On November 30, 2011, the FCC allowed AT&T to withdraw their merger, saving both carriers from divulging documentation about internal operations. The FCC cited job loss and higher consumer prices as reasons to deny the merger.[35]

On December 19, 2011, AT&T announced that it would permanently end its merger bid after a "thorough review of its options". The announcement included an assertion that the failure of the acquisition would increase costs to consumers and harm innovation in the wireless market. As per the original acquisition agreement, T-Mobile will receive $3 billion in cash as well as access to $1 billion worth of AT&T-held wireless spectrum.[36]

[edit]Political contributions and lobbying

According to the Center for Responsive Politics, AT&T is the second largest donor to United States political campaigns,[37]and the top American corporate donor,[38]having contributed more than US$47.7 million since 1990, 56% and 44% of which went toRepublicanand Democratic recipients, respectively.[39]Also, during the period of 1998 to 2010, the company expended US$130 million on lobbying in the United States.[38]A key political issue for AT&T has been the question of which businesses win the right to profit by providing broadband internet access in the United States.[40]

In 2005, AT&T was among 53 entities that contributed the maximum of $250,000 to the second inauguration of President George W. Bush.[41][42][43]

[edit]Bell Operating Companies

AT&T payphone signage.

Of the twenty-two Bell Operating Companies which AT&T Corp. owned prior to the 1984 agreement to divest, eleven (BellSouth Telecommunications combines two former BOCs) have become a part of the new AT&T Inc. with the completion of their acquisition of BellSouth Corporation on December 29, 2006:[44]

[edit]Former operating companies

The following companies have gone to defunct status under SBC/AT&T ownership:

[edit]Corporate structure

AT&T office in San Antonio, Texas with new logo and orange highlight from the former Cingular

AT&T Inc. has retained the holding companies it has acquired over the years resulting in the following corporate structure:

[edit]Corporate governance

Stephenson at the 2008 World Economic Forum

AT&T's current board of directors:[45]

[edit]Criticism and controversies[edit]Wireless service

AT&T has received criticisms for its wireless services. In December 2010, Consumer Reports named AT&T as the worst wireless provider in the country.[46]In 2011, AT&T has been rated the worst wireless provider for the second year in a row.[47]

[edit]Censorship

In August 2009, the band Pearl Jam performed in Chicago at Lollapalooza which was being web-broadcast by AT&T. The band, while playing the song "Daughter", started playing a version of Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall" but with altered lyrics critical of president George Bush. These lyrics included "George Bush, leave this world alone!" and, "George Bush, find yourself another home!". Listeners to AT&T's web broadcast heard only the first line because the rest was censored,[48]although AT&T spokesman Michael Coe said that the silencing was "a mistake."[49]

In September 2007, AT&T changed[50]their legal policy to state that "AT&T may immediately terminate or suspend all or a portion of your Service, any Member ID, electronic mail address, IP address, Universal Resource Locator or domain name used by you, without notice for conduct that AT&T believes"..."(c) tends to damage the name or reputation of AT&T, or its parents, affiliates and subsidiaries."[51]By October 10, 2007 AT&T had altered the terms and conditions for its Internet service to explicitly support freedom of expression by its subscribers, after an outcry claiming the company had given itself the right to censor its subscribers' transmissions.[52]

Section 5.1 of AT&T's new terms of service now reads "AT&T respects freedom of expression and believes it is a foundation of our free society to express differing points of view. AT&T will not terminate, disconnect or suspend service because of the views you or we express on public policy matters, political issues or political campaigns."[53][dubious- discuss]

On July 26, 2009, AT&T customers were unable to access certain sections of the image board 4chan, specifically /b/ (the "random" board) and /r9k/ (the "ROBOT 9000" board, a spin-off of the random board).[54]However, by the morning of Monday, July 27, the block had been lifted and access to the affected boards was restored. AT&T's official reason for the block was that a distributed denial of service attack had originated from the img.4chan.org server, and access was blocked to stop the attack.[55]Major news outlets have reported that the issue may be related to DDoSing of 4chan, and that the suspicions of 4chan users fell on AnonTalk.com (later AnonTalk.se) at that time for doing this.[56]

[edit]Privacy controversy

Diagram of how alleged wiretapping worked. From EFF court filings[57]

Further information: NSA call database, Mark Klein, NSA warrantless surveillance controversy, Hepting v. AT&T

In 2006, the Electronic Frontier Foundation lodged a class action lawsuit, Hepting v. AT&T, which alleged that AT&T had allowed agents of the National Security Agency (NSA) to monitor phone and Internet communications of AT&T customers without warrants. If true, this would violate the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 and the First and Fourth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution. AT&T has yet to confirm or deny that monitoring by the NSA is occurring. In April 2006, a retired former AT&T technician, Mark Klein, lodged an affidavit supporting this allegation.[58][59]The Department of Justice has stated they will intervene in this lawsuit by means of State Secrets Privilege.[60]In July 2006, the United States District Court for the Northern District of California - in which the suit was filed - rejected a federal government motion to dismiss the case. The motion to dismiss, which invoked the State Secrets Privilege, had argued that any court review of the alleged partnership between the federal government and AT&T would harm national security. The case was immediately appealed to the Ninth Circuit. It was dismissed on June 3, 2009, citing retroactive legislation in the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. [61] In May 2006, USA Todayreported that all international and domestic calling records had been handed over to the National Security Agency by AT&T, Verizon, SBC, and BellSouth for the purpose of creating a massive calling database.[62]The portions of the new AT&T that had been part of SBC Communications before November 18, 2005 were not mentioned.

On June 21, 2006, the San Francisco Chronicle reported that AT&T had rewritten rules on their privacy policy. The policy, which took effect June 23, 2006, says that "AT&T - not customers - owns customers' confidential info and can use it 'to protect its legitimate business interests, safeguard others, or respond to legal process.' "[63]

On August 22, 2007, National Intelligence Director Mike McConnell confirmed that AT&T was one of the telecommunications companies that assisted with the government's warrantless wire-tapping program on calls between foreign and domestic sources.[64]

On November 8, 2007, Mark Klein, a former AT&T technician, told Keith Olbermann of MSNBC that all Internet traffic passing over AT&T lines was copied into a locked room at the company's San Francisco office - to which only employees with National Security Agency clearance had access.[65]

AT&T keeps for five to seven years a record of who text messages whom and the date and time, but not the content of the messages.[66]

[edit]Intellectual property filtering

In January 2008, the company reported plans to begin filtering all Internet traffic which passes through its network for intellectual property violations.[67]Commentators in the media have speculated that if this plan is implemented, it would lead to a mass exodus of subscribers leaving AT&T,[68]although this is misleading as Internet traffic may go through the company's network anyway.[67]Internet freedom proponents used these developments as justification for government-mandated network neutrality.

[edit]Discrimination against local Public-access television channels

AT&T is accused by community media groups of discriminating against local Public, educational, and government access (PEG) cable TV channels:, by "imposing unfair restrictions that will severely restrict the audience".[69]

According to Barbara Popovic, Executive Director of the Chicago public-access service CAN-TV, the new AT&T U-verse system forces all Public-access television into a special menu system, denying normal functionality such as channel numbers, access to the standard program guide, and DVR recording.[69]The Ratepayer Advocates division of the California Public Utilities Commission reported: "Instead of putting the stations on individual channels, AT&T has bundled community stations into a generic channel that can only be navigated through a complex and lengthy process."[69]

Sue Buske (president of telecommunications consulting firm the Buske Group and a former head of the National Federation of Local Cable Programmers/Alliance for Community Media) argue that this is "an overall attack [...] on public access across the [United States], the place in the dial around cities and communities where people can make their own media in their own communities".[69]

[edit]Information security

In June 2010, a hacker group known as Goatse Security discovered a vulnerability within the AT&T that could allow anyone to uncover email addresses belonging to customers of AT&T 3G service for the Apple iPad.[70]These email addresses could be accessed without a protective password.[71]Using a script, Goatse Security collected thousands of email addresses from AT&T.[70]Goatse Security informed AT&T about the security flaw through a third party.[72]Goatse Security then disclosed around 114,000 of these emails to Gawker Media, which published an article about the security flaw and disclosure in Valleywag.[70][72]Praetorian Security Group criticized the web application that Goatse Security exploited as "poorly designed".[70]

How do you flash a Verizon LG Env2 to Cricket without having to go to a store?

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Chocolate unlockeed to cricket

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Posted by: hassy12

Okay so i got a used Verizon Chocolate from someone and i was wondering how i can flash it to cricket??? any1 know how??

Posted by: rhotrod23

i wanted to do that before but my uncle said it doesnt have an esn like cricket, but an Msid or soemthing (whatever the other one is)

Posted by: simple3

I think you mean meid? MSID is something else that is part of the account's provisioning.

Posted by: amoamare

You need to convert the MEID to a Pesn then the dec to hex

then call cricket and give them the hex and dec esn

load prl on phone and activate it

Posted by: mr.candid

and how the heck do u do that....?

Posted by: NUDAY8

exactly what I'm thinking..

Posted by: amoamare

All the information is there.

I do this for a living so im not going to

just flat out tell you

if you look a little do a little research about MEID and PESN

you will figure it out

It can be done

I opened the door now you just need to walk in and look around haha something like that

Posted by: intaro

If you have the latest software for the VX-8500 (Chocolate) if you access the service programming menu it will show you the ESN. You can do this by pressing OK, 0, and then type in 000000 for the Service Code - hit 1 for Service Program and it will show you the ESN in HEX I believe. http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML - That link will let you convert from HEX to DEC.

If that doesn't give it to you you can also get it by getting to Services menu (menu after you hit 000000) and hit 2 for Field Tests. Go to the very last option which says MEID info currently but I don't remember it saying that on the old software - so you'll have to feel your way around a little bit if this is the route you have to go.

Nick

Posted by: samsungd415

I'm sorry to said this no offence but i hate what you said that and you said it so many time "I do this for a living so im not going to" amoamare If you not going to show people here they don't even say anything. You make a living from this you already use forum member's knowlege to make money. I don't think that you figure it everythings out by yourself. So if someone ask a question just show them if you don't want to show them don't say anything. I learn alot from member all over the forum. So my knowlege belong to them I'm here to help anyone that i can. So help them out or try to make money with their knowlege.

To get ESN fro the Chocolate use Unicdma and read the information it will show you ESN in Hex and use HEX to DEC converter here http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML to conver to dec. If you bring your phone to a dealer to do ask them to write down the ESN for you too. Have fun if you guy have any question about flashing phone. I flash so many phone that i can't even remember to count I'll help you anyway i can because "human knowgled's belong to the world".

Posted by: octobclrnts

amoamare also said that the MEID would have to be converted to a pESN first and then to DEC so I did some searching (it wasn't easy but it's there) and found an online MEID -> pESN converter. Here's the link http://www.neolineas.com/pesn.yaws?meid=FF000001123456

Posted by: samsungd415

you don't believed me huh i did so many of this LG already. If you want to use the chocolate with cricket you have to write prl to write prl you have to connect it to computer then use LG download to write PRL in LG download it will show the esn on the top right corner. just copy that and go to the site that i posted above and converter to dec simple. There you go now you have both hex and dec to activate. He make it so complicate because he make a living with those. When you ask him he just running around don't want to show to straight. Good luck and have fun

Posted by: octobclrnts

Or do that, whichever works out better for you. I'm just trying to help, samsungd415. I neither believed you nor disbelieved you.

Posted by: amoamare

hey samsungd415 you don't even need to conect the chocolate to the computer in order to do it at all.

you can do direct ota and it works just fine

just so id let you know

Posted by: samsungd415

OTA what ESN or PRL. I think the problem is the ESN is not except in cricket system we were talking how to get the esn, because chocolate esn are wired. I belived not only the chocolate but most of the new LG are like that. I know after you register the esn with cricket yes you can OTA to program your phone and update PRL. And thank you for helping amoamare. Please help anyway you can i know you make a living but how many people in this forum are live in the same town with you so don't worry about make a living. You help everybody, everybody help you it a fair game. And also thank you octobclrnts, sorry if i said something wrong. Let help everybody. Let help each other and make a better world.

Posted by: simple3

Quote:

Originally Posted by amoamare

hey samsungd415 you don't even need to conect the chocolate to the computer in order to do it at all.

you can do direct ota and it works just fine

just so id let you know

OTA activation will not work in all cricket markets to download the prl.

Posted by: juggalette_cea

OK you said u could help people do u think u can help me out? i really don't understand on how to flash the phone

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Originally Posted by samsungd415

I'm sorry to said this no offence but i hate what you said that and you said it so many time "I do this for a living so im not going to" amoamare If you not going to show people here they don't even say anything. You make a living from this you already use forum member's knowlege to make money. I don't think that you figure it everythings out by yourself. So if someone ask a question just show them if you don't want to show them don't say anything. I learn alot from member all over the forum. So my knowlege belong to them I'm here to help anyone that i can. So help them out or try to make money with their knowlege.

To get ESN fro the Chocolate use Unicdma and read the information it will show you ESN in Hex and use HEX to DEC converter here http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML to conver to dec. If you bring your phone to a dealer to do ask them to write down the ESN for you too. Have fun if you guy have any question about flashing phone. I flash so many phone that i can't even remember to count I'll help you anyway i can because "human knowgled's belong to the world".

Posted by: lingovx8550

i have never been able to get the cricket over the air without first writing the prl to the phone but cricket ask for a meid dec it is a sixteen digit number just goto Google and typ meid to esn converter pick the first one type your meid and write down the meid dec i just did this yesterday and didnt even have to *228 i had already entered my min and mdn manually and changed wap and mms, my only problem is now when i go into my camera to take a picture it wont take no matter how many times you try it will still record video but no pictures anythoughts on what could be causing this

Posted by: stevekice

lingovx: go to the security menu and do a reset default. it will most likely fix your camera bug. It took me weeks to figure that one out a while back.

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Posted by: hassy12

Okay so i got a used Verizon Chocolate from someone and i was wondering how i can flash it to cricket??? any1 know how??

Posted by: rhotrod23

i wanted to do that before but my uncle said it doesnt have an esn like cricket, but an Msid or soemthing (whatever the other one is)

Posted by: simple3

I think you mean meid? MSID is something else that is part of the account's provisioning.

Posted by: amoamare

You need to convert the MEID to a Pesn then the dec to hex

then call cricket and give them the hex and dec esn

load prl on phone and activate it

Posted by: mr.candid

and how the heck do u do that....?

Posted by: NUDAY8

exactly what I'm thinking..

Posted by: amoamare

All the information is there.

I do this for a living so im not going to

just flat out tell you

if you look a little do a little research about MEID and PESN

you will figure it out

It can be done

I opened the door now you just need to walk in and look around haha something like that

Posted by: intaro

If you have the latest software for the VX-8500 (Chocolate) if you access the service programming menu it will show you the ESN. You can do this by pressing OK, 0, and then type in 000000 for the Service Code - hit 1 for Service Program and it will show you the ESN in HEX I believe. http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML - That link will let you convert from HEX to DEC.

If that doesn't give it to you you can also get it by getting to Services menu (menu after you hit 000000) and hit 2 for Field Tests. Go to the very last option which says MEID info currently but I don't remember it saying that on the old software - so you'll have to feel your way around a little bit if this is the route you have to go.

Nick

Posted by: samsungd415

I'm sorry to said this no offence but i hate what you said that and you said it so many time "I do this for a living so im not going to" amoamare If you not going to show people here they don't even say anything. You make a living from this you already use forum member's knowlege to make money. I don't think that you figure it everythings out by yourself. So if someone ask a question just show them if you don't want to show them don't say anything. I learn alot from member all over the forum. So my knowlege belong to them I'm here to help anyone that i can. So help them out or try to make money with their knowlege.

To get ESN fro the Chocolate use Unicdma and read the information it will show you ESN in Hex and use HEX to DEC converter here http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML to conver to dec. If you bring your phone to a dealer to do ask them to write down the ESN for you too. Have fun if you guy have any question about flashing phone. I flash so many phone that i can't even remember to count I'll help you anyway i can because "human knowgled's belong to the world".

Posted by: octobclrnts

amoamare also said that the MEID would have to be converted to a pESN first and then to DEC so I did some searching (it wasn't easy but it's there) and found an online MEID -> pESN converter. Here's the link http://www.neolineas.com/pesn.yaws?meid=FF000001123456

Posted by: samsungd415

you don't believed me huh i did so many of this LG already. If you want to use the chocolate with cricket you have to write prl to write prl you have to connect it to computer then use LG download to write PRL in LG download it will show the esn on the top right corner. just copy that and go to the site that i posted above and converter to dec simple. There you go now you have both hex and dec to activate. He make it so complicate because he make a living with those. When you ask him he just running around don't want to show to straight. Good luck and have fun

Posted by: octobclrnts

Or do that, whichever works out better for you. I'm just trying to help, samsungd415. I neither believed you nor disbelieved you.

Posted by: amoamare

hey samsungd415 you don't even need to conect the chocolate to the computer in order to do it at all.

you can do direct ota and it works just fine

just so id let you know

Posted by: samsungd415

OTA what ESN or PRL. I think the problem is the ESN is not except in cricket system we were talking how to get the esn, because chocolate esn are wired. I belived not only the chocolate but most of the new LG are like that. I know after you register the esn with cricket yes you can OTA to program your phone and update PRL. And thank you for helping amoamare. Please help anyway you can i know you make a living but how many people in this forum are live in the same town with you so don't worry about make a living. You help everybody, everybody help you it a fair game. And also thank you octobclrnts, sorry if i said something wrong. Let help everybody. Let help each other and make a better world.

Posted by: simple3

Quote:

Originally Posted by amoamare

hey samsungd415 you don't even need to conect the chocolate to the computer in order to do it at all.

you can do direct ota and it works just fine

just so id let you know

OTA activation will not work in all cricket markets to download the prl.

Posted by: juggalette_cea

OK you said u could help people do u think u can help me out? i really don't understand on how to flash the phone

Quote:

Originally Posted by samsungd415

I'm sorry to said this no offence but i hate what you said that and you said it so many time "I do this for a living so im not going to" amoamare If you not going to show people here they don't even say anything. You make a living from this you already use forum member's knowlege to make money. I don't think that you figure it everythings out by yourself. So if someone ask a question just show them if you don't want to show them don't say anything. I learn alot from member all over the forum. So my knowlege belong to them I'm here to help anyone that i can. So help them out or try to make money with their knowlege.

To get ESN fro the Chocolate use Unicdma and read the information it will show you ESN in Hex and use HEX to DEC converter here http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML to conver to dec. If you bring your phone to a dealer to do ask them to write down the ESN for you too. Have fun if you guy have any question about flashing phone. I flash so many phone that i can't even remember to count I'll help you anyway i can because "human knowgled's belong to the world".

Posted by: lingovx8550

i have never been able to get the cricket over the air without first writing the prl to the phone but cricket ask for a meid dec it is a sixteen digit number just goto Google and typ meid to esn converter pick the first one type your meid and write down the meid dec i just did this yesterday and didnt even have to *228 i had already entered my min and mdn manually and changed wap and mms, my only problem is now when i go into my camera to take a picture it wont take no matter how many times you try it will still record video but no pictures anythoughts on what could be causing this

Posted by: stevekice

lingovx: go to the security menu and do a reset default. it will most likely fix your camera bug. It took me weeks to figure that one out a while back.

Chocolate unlockeed to cricket

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Posted by: hassy12

Okay so i got a used Verizon Chocolate from someone and i was wondering how i can flash it to cricket??? any1 know how??

Posted by: rhotrod23

i wanted to do that before but my uncle said it doesnt have an esn like cricket, but an Msid or soemthing (whatever the other one is)

Posted by: simple3

I think you mean meid? MSID is something else that is part of the account's provisioning.

Posted by: amoamare

You need to convert the MEID to a Pesn then the dec to hex

then call cricket and give them the hex and dec esn

load prl on phone and activate it

Posted by: mr.candid

and how the heck do u do that....?

Posted by: NUDAY8

exactly what I'm thinking..

Posted by: amoamare

All the information is there.

I do this for a living so im not going to

just flat out tell you

if you look a little do a little research about MEID and PESN

you will figure it out

It can be done

I opened the door now you just need to walk in and look around haha something like that

Posted by: intaro

If you have the latest software for the VX-8500 (Chocolate) if you access the service programming menu it will show you the ESN. You can do this by pressing OK, 0, and then type in 000000 for the Service Code - hit 1 for Service Program and it will show you the ESN in HEX I believe. http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML - That link will let you convert from HEX to DEC.

If that doesn't give it to you you can also get it by getting to Services menu (menu after you hit 000000) and hit 2 for Field Tests. Go to the very last option which says MEID info currently but I don't remember it saying that on the old software - so you'll have to feel your way around a little bit if this is the route you have to go.

Nick

Posted by: samsungd415

I'm sorry to said this no offence but i hate what you said that and you said it so many time "I do this for a living so im not going to" amoamare If you not going to show people here they don't even say anything. You make a living from this you already use forum member's knowlege to make money. I don't think that you figure it everythings out by yourself. So if someone ask a question just show them if you don't want to show them don't say anything. I learn alot from member all over the forum. So my knowlege belong to them I'm here to help anyone that i can. So help them out or try to make money with their knowlege.

To get ESN fro the Chocolate use Unicdma and read the information it will show you ESN in Hex and use HEX to DEC converter here http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML to conver to dec. If you bring your phone to a dealer to do ask them to write down the ESN for you too. Have fun if you guy have any question about flashing phone. I flash so many phone that i can't even remember to count I'll help you anyway i can because "human knowgled's belong to the world".

Posted by: octobclrnts

amoamare also said that the MEID would have to be converted to a pESN first and then to DEC so I did some searching (it wasn't easy but it's there) and found an online MEID -> pESN converter. Here's the link http://www.neolineas.com/pesn.yaws?meid=FF000001123456

Posted by: samsungd415

you don't believed me huh i did so many of this LG already. If you want to use the chocolate with cricket you have to write prl to write prl you have to connect it to computer then use LG download to write PRL in LG download it will show the esn on the top right corner. just copy that and go to the site that i posted above and converter to dec simple. There you go now you have both hex and dec to activate. He make it so complicate because he make a living with those. When you ask him he just running around don't want to show to straight. Good luck and have fun

Posted by: octobclrnts

Or do that, whichever works out better for you. I'm just trying to help, samsungd415. I neither believed you nor disbelieved you.

Posted by: amoamare

hey samsungd415 you don't even need to conect the chocolate to the computer in order to do it at all.

you can do direct ota and it works just fine

just so id let you know

Posted by: samsungd415

OTA what ESN or PRL. I think the problem is the ESN is not except in cricket system we were talking how to get the esn, because chocolate esn are wired. I belived not only the chocolate but most of the new LG are like that. I know after you register the esn with cricket yes you can OTA to program your phone and update PRL. And thank you for helping amoamare. Please help anyway you can i know you make a living but how many people in this forum are live in the same town with you so don't worry about make a living. You help everybody, everybody help you it a fair game. And also thank you octobclrnts, sorry if i said something wrong. Let help everybody. Let help each other and make a better world.

Posted by: simple3

Quote:

Originally Posted by amoamare

hey samsungd415 you don't even need to conect the chocolate to the computer in order to do it at all.

you can do direct ota and it works just fine

just so id let you know

OTA activation will not work in all cricket markets to download the prl.

Posted by: juggalette_cea

OK you said u could help people do u think u can help me out? i really don't understand on how to flash the phone

Quote:

Originally Posted by samsungd415

I'm sorry to said this no offence but i hate what you said that and you said it so many time "I do this for a living so im not going to" amoamare If you not going to show people here they don't even say anything. You make a living from this you already use forum member's knowlege to make money. I don't think that you figure it everythings out by yourself. So if someone ask a question just show them if you don't want to show them don't say anything. I learn alot from member all over the forum. So my knowlege belong to them I'm here to help anyone that i can. So help them out or try to make money with their knowlege.

To get ESN fro the Chocolate use Unicdma and read the information it will show you ESN in Hex and use HEX to DEC converter here http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML to conver to dec. If you bring your phone to a dealer to do ask them to write down the ESN for you too. Have fun if you guy have any question about flashing phone. I flash so many phone that i can't even remember to count I'll help you anyway i can because "human knowgled's belong to the world".

Posted by: lingovx8550

i have never been able to get the cricket over the air without first writing the prl to the phone but cricket ask for a meid dec it is a sixteen digit number just goto Google and typ meid to esn converter pick the first one type your meid and write down the meid dec i just did this yesterday and didnt even have to *228 i had already entered my min and mdn manually and changed wap and mms, my only problem is now when i go into my camera to take a picture it wont take no matter how many times you try it will still record video but no pictures anythoughts on what could be causing this

Posted by: stevekice

lingovx: go to the security menu and do a reset default. it will most likely fix your camera bug. It took me weeks to figure that one out a while back.

Chocolate unlockeed to cricket

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Posted by: hassy12

Okay so i got a used Verizon Chocolate from someone and i was wondering how i can flash it to cricket??? any1 know how??

Posted by: rhotrod23

i wanted to do that before but my uncle said it doesnt have an esn like cricket, but an Msid or soemthing (whatever the other one is)

Posted by: simple3

I think you mean meid? MSID is something else that is part of the account's provisioning.

Posted by: amoamare

You need to convert the MEID to a Pesn then the dec to hex

then call cricket and give them the hex and dec esn

load prl on phone and activate it

Posted by: mr.candid

and how the heck do u do that....?

Posted by: NUDAY8

exactly what I'm thinking..

Posted by: amoamare

All the information is there.

I do this for a living so im not going to

just flat out tell you

if you look a little do a little research about MEID and PESN

you will figure it out

It can be done

I opened the door now you just need to walk in and look around haha something like that

Posted by: intaro

If you have the latest software for the VX-8500 (Chocolate) if you access the service programming menu it will show you the ESN. You can do this by pressing OK, 0, and then type in 000000 for the Service Code - hit 1 for Service Program and it will show you the ESN in HEX I believe. http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML - That link will let you convert from HEX to DEC.

If that doesn't give it to you you can also get it by getting to Services menu (menu after you hit 000000) and hit 2 for Field Tests. Go to the very last option which says MEID info currently but I don't remember it saying that on the old software - so you'll have to feel your way around a little bit if this is the route you have to go.

Nick

Posted by: samsungd415

I'm sorry to said this no offence but i hate what you said that and you said it so many time "I do this for a living so im not going to" amoamare If you not going to show people here they don't even say anything. You make a living from this you already use forum member's knowlege to make money. I don't think that you figure it everythings out by yourself. So if someone ask a question just show them if you don't want to show them don't say anything. I learn alot from member all over the forum. So my knowlege belong to them I'm here to help anyone that i can. So help them out or try to make money with their knowlege.

To get ESN fro the Chocolate use Unicdma and read the information it will show you ESN in Hex and use HEX to DEC converter here http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML to conver to dec. If you bring your phone to a dealer to do ask them to write down the ESN for you too. Have fun if you guy have any question about flashing phone. I flash so many phone that i can't even remember to count I'll help you anyway i can because "human knowgled's belong to the world".

Posted by: octobclrnts

amoamare also said that the MEID would have to be converted to a pESN first and then to DEC so I did some searching (it wasn't easy but it's there) and found an online MEID -> pESN converter. Here's the link http://www.neolineas.com/pesn.yaws?meid=FF000001123456

Posted by: samsungd415

you don't believed me huh i did so many of this LG already. If you want to use the chocolate with cricket you have to write prl to write prl you have to connect it to computer then use LG download to write PRL in LG download it will show the esn on the top right corner. just copy that and go to the site that i posted above and converter to dec simple. There you go now you have both hex and dec to activate. He make it so complicate because he make a living with those. When you ask him he just running around don't want to show to straight. Good luck and have fun

Posted by: octobclrnts

Or do that, whichever works out better for you. I'm just trying to help, samsungd415. I neither believed you nor disbelieved you.

Posted by: amoamare

hey samsungd415 you don't even need to conect the chocolate to the computer in order to do it at all.

you can do direct ota and it works just fine

just so id let you know

Posted by: samsungd415

OTA what ESN or PRL. I think the problem is the ESN is not except in cricket system we were talking how to get the esn, because chocolate esn are wired. I belived not only the chocolate but most of the new LG are like that. I know after you register the esn with cricket yes you can OTA to program your phone and update PRL. And thank you for helping amoamare. Please help anyway you can i know you make a living but how many people in this forum are live in the same town with you so don't worry about make a living. You help everybody, everybody help you it a fair game. And also thank you octobclrnts, sorry if i said something wrong. Let help everybody. Let help each other and make a better world.

Posted by: simple3

Quote:

Originally Posted by amoamare

hey samsungd415 you don't even need to conect the chocolate to the computer in order to do it at all.

you can do direct ota and it works just fine

just so id let you know

OTA activation will not work in all cricket markets to download the prl.

Posted by: juggalette_cea

OK you said u could help people do u think u can help me out? i really don't understand on how to flash the phone

Quote:

Originally Posted by samsungd415

I'm sorry to said this no offence but i hate what you said that and you said it so many time "I do this for a living so im not going to" amoamare If you not going to show people here they don't even say anything. You make a living from this you already use forum member's knowlege to make money. I don't think that you figure it everythings out by yourself. So if someone ask a question just show them if you don't want to show them don't say anything. I learn alot from member all over the forum. So my knowlege belong to them I'm here to help anyone that i can. So help them out or try to make money with their knowlege.

To get ESN fro the Chocolate use Unicdma and read the information it will show you ESN in Hex and use HEX to DEC converter here http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML to conver to dec. If you bring your phone to a dealer to do ask them to write down the ESN for you too. Have fun if you guy have any question about flashing phone. I flash so many phone that i can't even remember to count I'll help you anyway i can because "human knowgled's belong to the world".

Posted by: lingovx8550

i have never been able to get the cricket over the air without first writing the prl to the phone but cricket ask for a meid dec it is a sixteen digit number just goto Google and typ meid to esn converter pick the first one type your meid and write down the meid dec i just did this yesterday and didnt even have to *228 i had already entered my min and mdn manually and changed wap and mms, my only problem is now when i go into my camera to take a picture it wont take no matter how many times you try it will still record video but no pictures anythoughts on what could be causing this

Posted by: stevekice

lingovx: go to the security menu and do a reset default. it will most likely fix your camera bug. It took me weeks to figure that one out a while back.

Chocolate unlockeed to cricket

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Posted by: hassy12

Okay so i got a used Verizon Chocolate from someone and i was wondering how i can flash it to cricket??? any1 know how??

Posted by: rhotrod23

i wanted to do that before but my uncle said it doesnt have an esn like cricket, but an Msid or soemthing (whatever the other one is)

Posted by: simple3

I think you mean meid? MSID is something else that is part of the account's provisioning.

Posted by: amoamare

You need to convert the MEID to a Pesn then the dec to hex

then call cricket and give them the hex and dec esn

load prl on phone and activate it

Posted by: mr.candid

and how the heck do u do that....?

Posted by: NUDAY8

exactly what I'm thinking..

Posted by: amoamare

All the information is there.

I do this for a living so im not going to

just flat out tell you

if you look a little do a little research about MEID and PESN

you will figure it out

It can be done

I opened the door now you just need to walk in and look around haha something like that

Posted by: intaro

If you have the latest software for the VX-8500 (Chocolate) if you access the service programming menu it will show you the ESN. You can do this by pressing OK, 0, and then type in 000000 for the Service Code - hit 1 for Service Program and it will show you the ESN in HEX I believe. http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML - That link will let you convert from HEX to DEC.

If that doesn't give it to you you can also get it by getting to Services menu (menu after you hit 000000) and hit 2 for Field Tests. Go to the very last option which says MEID info currently but I don't remember it saying that on the old software - so you'll have to feel your way around a little bit if this is the route you have to go.

Nick

Posted by: samsungd415

I'm sorry to said this no offence but i hate what you said that and you said it so many time "I do this for a living so im not going to" amoamare If you not going to show people here they don't even say anything. You make a living from this you already use forum member's knowlege to make money. I don't think that you figure it everythings out by yourself. So if someone ask a question just show them if you don't want to show them don't say anything. I learn alot from member all over the forum. So my knowlege belong to them I'm here to help anyone that i can. So help them out or try to make money with their knowlege.

To get ESN fro the Chocolate use Unicdma and read the information it will show you ESN in Hex and use HEX to DEC converter here http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML to conver to dec. If you bring your phone to a dealer to do ask them to write down the ESN for you too. Have fun if you guy have any question about flashing phone. I flash so many phone that i can't even remember to count I'll help you anyway i can because "human knowgled's belong to the world".

Posted by: octobclrnts

amoamare also said that the MEID would have to be converted to a pESN first and then to DEC so I did some searching (it wasn't easy but it's there) and found an online MEID -> pESN converter. Here's the link http://www.neolineas.com/pesn.yaws?meid=FF000001123456

Posted by: samsungd415

you don't believed me huh i did so many of this LG already. If you want to use the chocolate with cricket you have to write prl to write prl you have to connect it to computer then use LG download to write PRL in LG download it will show the esn on the top right corner. just copy that and go to the site that i posted above and converter to dec simple. There you go now you have both hex and dec to activate. He make it so complicate because he make a living with those. When you ask him he just running around don't want to show to straight. Good luck and have fun

Posted by: octobclrnts

Or do that, whichever works out better for you. I'm just trying to help, samsungd415. I neither believed you nor disbelieved you.

Posted by: amoamare

hey samsungd415 you don't even need to conect the chocolate to the computer in order to do it at all.

you can do direct ota and it works just fine

just so id let you know

Posted by: samsungd415

OTA what ESN or PRL. I think the problem is the ESN is not except in cricket system we were talking how to get the esn, because chocolate esn are wired. I belived not only the chocolate but most of the new LG are like that. I know after you register the esn with cricket yes you can OTA to program your phone and update PRL. And thank you for helping amoamare. Please help anyway you can i know you make a living but how many people in this forum are live in the same town with you so don't worry about make a living. You help everybody, everybody help you it a fair game. And also thank you octobclrnts, sorry if i said something wrong. Let help everybody. Let help each other and make a better world.

Posted by: simple3

Quote:

Originally Posted by amoamare

hey samsungd415 you don't even need to conect the chocolate to the computer in order to do it at all.

you can do direct ota and it works just fine

just so id let you know

OTA activation will not work in all cricket markets to download the prl.

Posted by: juggalette_cea

OK you said u could help people do u think u can help me out? i really don't understand on how to flash the phone

Quote:

Originally Posted by samsungd415

I'm sorry to said this no offence but i hate what you said that and you said it so many time "I do this for a living so im not going to" amoamare If you not going to show people here they don't even say anything. You make a living from this you already use forum member's knowlege to make money. I don't think that you figure it everythings out by yourself. So if someone ask a question just show them if you don't want to show them don't say anything. I learn alot from member all over the forum. So my knowlege belong to them I'm here to help anyone that i can. So help them out or try to make money with their knowlege.

To get ESN fro the Chocolate use Unicdma and read the information it will show you ESN in Hex and use HEX to DEC converter here http://www.elfqrin.com/esndhconv.HTML to conver to dec. If you bring your phone to a dealer to do ask them to write down the ESN for you too. Have fun if you guy have any question about flashing phone. I flash so many phone that i can't even remember to count I'll help you anyway i can because "human knowgled's belong to the world".

Posted by: lingovx8550

i have never been able to get the cricket over the air without first writing the prl to the phone but cricket ask for a meid dec it is a sixteen digit number just goto Google and typ meid to esn converter pick the first one type your meid and write down the meid dec i just did this yesterday and didnt even have to *228 i had already entered my min and mdn manually and changed wap and mms, my only problem is now when i go into my camera to take a picture it wont take no matter how many times you try it will still record video but no pictures anythoughts on what could be causing this

Posted by: stevekice

lingovx: go to the security menu and do a reset default. it will most likely fix your camera bug. It took me weeks to figure that one out a while back.

Posted by: dmented

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Can you change the camera in a mobile phone?

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You can pick one of three possible answers to this question, all of which are accurate.

The first answer is that any camera used within its limitations is capable of taking superb photographs. As such, any camera is as good as any other. Don't worry about it; just get out there and take photographs.

The second answer is that all cameras of the same type and in the same price range will take photos of roughly the same quality. There are differences, but you'll have to look pretty hard to see them.

The final answer is that no, not all cameras are equal. There are enormous differences between cameras, and some of them are detailed below.

* Optics. Some lenses (and for those cameras with built-in lenses, cameras) will be sharper and have fewer technical defects (like chromatic aberration) than others. * Metering.Some cameras have far superior light meters to others; Nikon's "matrix" evaluative metering system is alleged to be among the best here. Spot-meters and center-weighted meters as found on pre-80s 35mm film cameras will result in less accurate exposures than a modern evaluative metering system. * Sensors and firmware, on digital cameras, vary hugely from camera to camera. Some sensors have less noise and more dynamic range (able to accurately render a wider contrast range) than others. None of this should concern you if you have a camera already; refer to the first, and best answer on this count. In any case, a technically flawless photograph is not the same thing as a great photograph, or even a good one. Someone with an eye for colour, light, shape and texture will make a far superior photograph on a cheap point-and-shoot camera than someone without the eye for such things shooting the most expensive digital SLR available.

Can i know my BSNL phone bill amount for current month?

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See the related link for BSNL's demonstration of viewing your bill online.

What is the web address of Reliance GSM service?

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http://www.reliancemobile.com/webapp/Communications/website/Mobile/rm_homepage.html

Lil wayne's address?

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Stalker,

iHope you know he has more than one house. (:

How do you split Verizon fios cable in the house?

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Just use a 2-way coax cable splitter available at any Radio Shack.

You have to make a split off the main line to your home for the internet first - use a 2-way splitter for this. Then you can split the other path to your TVs with a multi-way splitter, but make sure to only use a 2-way splitter on your cable modem.

You can splitt cable to get tv signal only if your provider has No Hypass(block the TV signal). Try connecting the TV to the end of the cable; if it works then only split with high frequency splitter, at least 1Ghz.

What is the best cellphone from Verizon?

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Verizon FiOS & Verizon Broadband Services offer blazing speed & crystal clarity of the 100% fiber optic Fios network & proven reliability for their TV, Internet & phone products that will exceed your expectations today & keep you connected down the road.

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What kind of shampoo does Miley Cyrus use?

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Miley uses an ash kohl type eyeliner, with a thick amount on the top lid, and a little layer on the bottom lid She also uses a thick black mascara, probably something like voluminous, or lottalash, or chanel She normally uses a thick dark foundation when she is hannah, and a tanner, lighter color when she is miley. Try Sephora's "Stila" brand foundation. She doesn't have many blemishes or zits, so I reckon she just covers these up with a little bit of light concealer For her lips, she always wears either a pink-red colour lipstick, salmon pink lip gloss/balm, or pink lip gloss and stick. Again, try Sephora's "stila" brand lip color She uses a smokey eye, a neutral eye, light blue and green color eye, or a silvery shiny eyeshadow. Try "Bobbi Brown", but you can find just drugstore brand makeup that have the same colors

What is bobby lashleys phone number?

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you cannot get those details, as celebrities get flodded with mails everyday, so they always keep it private !

What are the ATT U-verse remote control codes for an Element Electronics LCD TV?

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If you have a black remote, try holding TV (with your television on) then pressing the 'zoom' button on the bottom right of the remote. Then press fast forward (FF) every second or two until the set shuts off. Then press 'zoom' again.'

If it's silver, hold TV, press 'OK' and then enter 922. Then press the Play button until the set turns off and press 'zoom.'

Element is made by RCA. On the program menu go to the page for RCA. One of these should work. 1041 worked on mine.

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Can you buy a Verizon phone at walmart and hook it up to your Verizon contract plan?

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no, you cant. the usual process is for you to return it back to the sales channel you purchased it from for you to restore your eligibility and then get another package from online.

Can a landlord withhold their phone number?

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Without seeing the lease, unless there are some really unusual circumstances and strange facts, as a general rule, the courts of most tenant friendly states, would laugh at the notion. (At least, expecting some court to enforce the demand, would make them laugh.) Next, in all almost all states, unless a lease is written with all the requirements of a valid contract, then your tenancy, that is, in this case, your renting the property, is controlled by the state law. Each state law has names for the different kinds of tenancy forms. At least descriptions of how to define the landlord's and the tenant's obligations, duties, and rights in respect to eachother. Generally, the tenancy is based on what is the specific length of time for use, how to end the relationship, how long each rental period is, who can end the relationship, and when, and what the property can be used for. Obviously, there are others, but these are ways to get an idea about Landlord-Tenant law. Landlord-tenant law is highly state specific. If you got a specific landlord-tenant question, you really have to speak with a local lawyer, or do a lot of reading. (On doing a lot of reading, as a general rule, you can do a lot of reading about brain surgery also, but you still might not want to do it on yourself. If you got a really serious specific question, you need to see a local lawyer: certainly, before you hand over your telephone records to a landlord(?). )

How does international relations impact you in your daily life?

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International relations affect the prices of various goods in the society. When there are tensions in the international scene, there may be scarcities in oil and gas. These scarcities usually raise the cost of living.

What is the phone number of the American Indian Heritage Museum in Westampton New Jersey?

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The address of the American Indian Heritage Museum is: 730 Rancocas Rd, Westampton, NJ 08060

What are mobile phone cases made out of?

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Mobile phone covers are made from different materials to protect and dress up your phone. Silicone, which is flexible and absorbs shocks, and polycarbonate, which is strong, are both common choices. TPU is a mix of the two, and leather is a sophisticated material. Scratches are less likely to happen on hard plastics, and metal cases are stronger. Wood and fabric are natural products that have their own look. Each material strikes a balance between protection, looks, and usefulness to meet the needs of a wide range of users.

How do you find 10 digit account pin to activate assurance wireless phone online?

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It is the phone number that you used as your home phone when you filled out the application... beginning with area code, of course!

Where can you find information about T Mobile plans?

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information about T Mobile plans can be easily found of their official T Mobile website or by calling 1-800-T-MOBILE as talking to a sales representative. Other ways of gather T Mobile plan information is from brief television advertisement or going to a T Mobile store.