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By Nickdroid86, Senior Member on 2nd September 2014, 04:40 AM
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I am looking to trade my galaxy s4 tomorrow for an unlocked at&t G2, is there anything I should look at so I don't get ripped off? Also I will be using it unlocked on T-Mobile. Is there a working Hotspot hack for unlimited hotspot?
 
 
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I am looking to trade my galaxy s4 tomorrow for an unlocked at&t G2, is there anything I should look at so I don't get ripped off? Also I will be using it unlocked on T-Mobile. Is there a working Hotspot hack for unlimited hotspot?

You should check if the back buttons are okay. My friend also has a G2 and he's not that careful when pressing the back buttons (he somehow dislikes KnockOn). Check if the camera flash is working, check for dead pixels (easy way to do so is launch the camera app then cover the lens to have a black image.) And, if possible, check if the IR Blaster is working.
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Thanks for the info, my main concern is a hacked hotspot working on tmobile
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Pdanet app might work in conjunction with foxfi. At the very least it should work via blue tooth. Pdanet has 3 was to connect: hotspot, bluetooth and usb to pc.

Hope this helps.
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Ok cool, it is helpful thank you. Just curious if it would deduct data from my network plan rather than hotspot plan
2nd September 2014, 07:33 PM |#8  
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This phone scratches and nicks up pretty easily. Make sure the one you buy is in mint condition and was not dropped or exposed to moisture.

Run quadrant/antutu on it before you buy. If it has high scores and doesn't overheat after you test the phone, its a keeper.

If the battery drains like crazy and the phone overheats, do not buy that one. Hold out until you find one that won't drain the battery and overheat.

Trust me....your experience with it will be MUCH better
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Thanks everyone, this can actually get deleted, the dude flaked out on me. His "gf's phone broke"
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