Originally Posted by rangercaptain
If you don't have a non at&t sim, why did you unlock? Is the point of the whole exercise.
I decided to unlock because when I signed the contract work AT&T I was informed that my foray b would come no sooner than 1 month later.....and 1 week later I got it. 2 weeks after that.....my second one decided to arrive. Not only was the billing screwy, I seemed to receive faster data service with one bar than I did with 4 bars. With 4 bars service would frequently cut in and out or speeds would just plain decrease drastically. Worse service I've ever used and to me worth taking a hit on my credit to tell AT&T they'll no longer be receiving any future payments for their services (or the lack there of). Never went over my data limit or gave any other reason for them to back door me with 2 bills due in less than a months time of using them. I will give them this though, it was rather nice speaking with a customer representative in whom I could fully understand rather than dealing with an outsourced, under trained, foreign company where the individual on the other end of the line just sounds similar to a skipping record worth some crazy accent. Call me wrong for taking charge of my finances and not allowing Corporate America to forcefully make me accept the fact that I'd continue being screwed, but I just felt a wrong doing was transpiring before me. In other words, I plan to switch to another carrier when I am able to adjust my geographical location in a couple of days!
T-Mobile Galaxy S3 - Stolen and recovered but being held by Sheriff's Dept. for some reason?!
At&t Galaxy Note II - CyanogenMod 11 w/ TWRP
Used stock 4.1.2 backup to try At&t Galaxy S4 unlock method.
Thanks to all the many AOSP and/or AOKP Dev's who devote their time/lives for the simple pleasure and enjoyment of our handheld devices, or as I refer to them as, "our electronic government cattle tags." MOO!