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Evo 4g on virgin mobile

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22nd April 2012, 09:58 PM   |  #651  
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What I did was I found UncivilSage's ZIP file with all flashing tools for the EVO. I then copied files 0 and 1943 after doing open sesame door. I wrote the new MEID/ESN in those files. Now, it won't let you drag and drop back in (not for me at least) but what I did was right click > transfer item from PC > and chose them. That's how it worked for me. Right now, I'm in the process of trying to get my AAA Key from LGNPST, but it won't open for me -_-; says something about C:\Windows\system32\wnsdrvr.sys not found. Trying DFS next, while listening to some good ol' GWAR.

Edit: I loved my triumph. Only reason I decided to do this was A) I broke my triumph (dropped it 20 feet onto concrete :/) and B) I saw an EVO on Craigslist for 20 bucks XD

Oh, and I would make sure you are rooted first. Else you can't read/write from the root of the phone if I'm not mistaken. One more thing; Make sure you run QPST/QXDM in windows XP service pack 3 compatibility. That's what worked for me


Hey I had that same issue, the way to fix it is to copy and paste the LGNPST exe file in the zip folder into the LGNPST program files, and then run it.
22nd April 2012, 09:59 PM   |  #652  
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I tried that; It failed for some odd reason. I'll give it another go, though!

Strange that it decided to work suddenly...Oh well, no complaints from me!

Edit: So, how do I get LGNPST to recognize the LS670 DLL file? I've tried just the basic drag and drop, and also tried making a Model folder, and a folder IN that saying VM670, and I tried LS670, neither worked. Any thoughts?
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22nd April 2012, 10:16 PM   |  #653  
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You have to install it through dos. You make a folder in the lgnpst folder, throw it in there and install it VIA DOS command. I forgot what the command was, but I found it on google.
22nd April 2012, 10:34 PM   |  #654  
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I tried that; It failed for some odd reason. I'll give it another go, though!

Strange that it decided to work suddenly...Oh well, no complaints from me!

Edit: So, how do I get LGNPST to recognize the LS670 DLL file? I've tried just the basic drag and drop, and also tried making a Model folder, and a folder IN that saying VM670, and I tried LS670, neither worked. Any thoughts?

Under the model folder in the lgnpst find Reggie then drag and drop the DLL file onto it just make sure to run Reggie in compatibility mode for windows XP sp3.

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22nd April 2012, 10:37 PM   |  #655  
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I'll give that a go once I reboot my computer. Though I didn't see a Reggie.exe...weird

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22nd April 2012, 10:43 PM   |  #656  
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I rooted the phone, and i tried the open sesame door method once again, this time putting my ESN and MEID in instead of just zeroing everything out. When i go into QXDM to try and check if it worked, it says error response received from target, so I reboot the phone, and the MEID and ESN are back to what they were before i changed them.
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22nd April 2012, 10:54 PM   |  #657  
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Did you try to zero out 0 and 1943, and re-upload them with EFS? That's what I ended up doing, since QXDM never worked for me.
22nd April 2012, 10:57 PM   |  #658  
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Did you try to zero out 0 and 1943, and re-upload them with EFS? That's what I ended up doing, since QXDM never worked for me.

Yeah, the same thing happens, the ESN stick and the meid reverts back when the phone is restarted
22nd April 2012, 11:17 PM   |  #659  
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Help! No talk or text, error code 16, authentication code error
Hi All,

I've flashed two Evo's to Virgin so far. My daughter's went great, it's been working for a week now.

I flashed an Evo for my wife, it went fine, immediately got phone, text, and data working, no problems. But after a couple days, data still works but no talk or text. As soon as I try to make a call, I get an immediate "your authentication code could not be verified, please contact customer services"...error code 16.

Now I'm stuck and I don't know what to do. I've reflashed it about a hundred times, lol. I even changed the SPC code on the Evo to match the code on the donor Optimus. Nothing helps.

I'm a little nervous to call Virgin tech support. Is that the only option here? I understand that the error code 16 might be that the phone has been flagged for being a clone? Weird that data works fine but the phone service doesn't.

Help!
22nd April 2012, 11:23 PM   |  #660  
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Heat: I'm really not sure at this point o_o; That's all I did to get it working...

I can't seem to get the .DLL file to work with LGNPST; I registered with reggie.exe, its run as an administrator and in compatibility mode. Say's registered successfully, yet nothing shows up under the information. I'm lost ._.;

bcb1: I had that same problem; I re-wrote all the MDN/MSID and it took care of the problem; I think I had made a typo somewhere.


Edit: Yeah, no matter what I seem to do with this, I can't get LGNPST to recognize the .dll file. x_x;
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