This is a thread we've all seen before 1000 times, except.. mines a little different.
So after having Verizon for a few years, and getting real tired of their ****.. I cancelled my contract, paid my fees and dipped. I work at a RadioShack and we get a real killer deal on AT&T plans, so I couldn't pass it up. Now as far as getting a new device, I decided to wait until the Moto X+1 drops in August to pick up a phone, and since the Verizon Moto X is Sim Unlocked, I grabbed a nano Sim out of the drawer, and went to town.
Believe it or not.. Everything turned out better than expected. I wasn't getting LTE, but I was getting HSPA+ at around 12-15mbps, which I could live with for the time being. Called AT&T just to see if there were any chance of me getting LTE. Found out, that the XT1060 (the Verizon Moto X) registers in their system as a Moto Droid Razr, which since that isn't a LTE phone, they won't try to send that associated SIM LTE. So between me, the customer service guy, and my AT&T Rep.. We figured if we threw any old XT1058 IMEI on my account, it would send the SIM LTE signal.. Got that done, and presto. LTE!
Now.. Hereeeeeee comes the fun part.
3-4 days later now.. I woke up this morning, and noticed my phone had -NO- service, whatsoever.. So I power cycle it, and it comes back up, gives me that bull**** "This Sim is from an unknown source" bull****.. and then proceeds to show me my LTE is back. I go to call my AT&T rep, and it comes up "Mobile Network Unavailable". Phone flickers black, sends me back to the home screen, and my service bar starts going berserk. It switches from No service, to 3 bars of H+, 1 bar of H, full bars of E, 2 bars of LTE, and everything in between. I'm standing still, and this thing is going craaaaaaaaaazy. Finally, it dies down and starts to even out at about 4 bars of H+. Any time it pops up with LTE, i get super awesome speeds, but cant make any kind of calls, or texts, and when I try to call/text, it does the service cycling thing again.
I'm of course on 4.4.2, so I can't root.. So all the solutions need to be non-root capable.
inb4 just sell it and get an AT&T Moto X.
I plan on it, if all else fails. Why not try to breathe just a little bit of life into this one first.