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Evo 4g on virgin mobile

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21st April 2012, 04:34 AM   |  #631  
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Data is pretty sluggish. Last time I tried to pull NAM settings off my wildfire s I couldn't get cdma to read it. ##3424# doesn't bring up diagnostic mode for that phone either. I'll have to try more when I get home, though


Remind me though just to make sure I'm not wrong but maid and MDN. My numbers which? May as well double check when I get home

Edit: MDN is mine, MSID is the other one I assume. Or in this case, "IMEI" on the EVO, right?

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Mdn is mobile directory number which is your number msid is mobile station identification. Imei is the esn for some phones but not the evo. If I'm not mistaken imei is for GSM phones. Have you tried reading the Nam in qpst service programming?
21st April 2012, 05:28 PM   |  #632  
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Weird that mine says imei then...I'll try reading the Nam and post back. But do you think a custom rom could be the cause of any of this?

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21st April 2012, 06:21 PM   |  #633  
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Weird that mine says imei then...I'll try reading the Nam and post back. But do you think a custom rom could be the cause of any of this?

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Shouldnt have any effect except with maybe picture mail. Where does your phone say imei?
21st April 2012, 07:56 PM   |  #634  
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Its under about phone > phone identity.

Edit: once I get home, I may flash a different ROM on it just to ensure that the rom may have written imei by mistake. You never know, it is a possibility.

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21st April 2012, 11:13 PM   |  #635  
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Its under about phone > phone identity.

Edit: once I get home, I may flash a different ROM on it just to ensure that the rom may have written imei by mistake. You never know, it is a possibility.

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What rom do you have on your phone? It sounds like you have a rom from a GSM phone and that would screw with the settings. Try flashing the stock sense rom and see if it works.
22nd April 2012, 03:30 AM   |  #636  
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Honestly, I forget what ROM I was using. I decided to flash the VM ROM I saw in here with the MMS APK patched, and voila! It somehow works right! Only thing now is I can't pull my AAA keys from my donor...it gives me an error message in QXDM >.<
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Honestly, I forget what ROM I was using. I decided to flash the VM ROM I saw in here with the MMS APK patched, and voila! It somehow works right! Only thing now is I can't pull my AAA keys from my donor...it gives me an error message in QXDM >.<

Now you've got me completely confused. Virgin mobile doesn't have an evo so there is no virgin rom for the evo. Are you talking about a sprint rom with a virgin mms patch? What is your donor phone?
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22nd April 2012, 05:23 AM   |  #638  
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Yeah that's what I meant. I'm using an optimus v for my donor phone

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Yeah that's what I meant. I'm using an optimus v for my donor phone

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So you're data isn't working? Have you tried using lgnpst and dfs to pull the AAA key
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Hey, guys i recently found this thread and decided to give it a go because I hate my Triumph... I have two different HTC EVO's and an optiums v for a donor. I activated the optimus v and ripped all the info off of it, but I am having serious issues getting the EVO to cooperate. I can get the MEID zeroed out while using the open sesame method, however when I try to write to it I get:

05:18:03.919DIAG RX item:
05:18:03.919RequestNVItemWrite - Error response received from target

Not really sure where to go from here... I'm real confused. I've been at it for a few hours and nothing seems to be able to overwrite the MEID.

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