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By PWN3R1O2, Junior Member on 3rd June 2014, 10:51 PM
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I have a Samsung Galaxy S4 SPH_L720 but its been flashed over to Verizon but i can't recieve picture text or send Picture texts is there a way I can fix it to where I can get picture texts and I can send them? And ever since I had my phone flashed over I noticed that the Network still says sprint but I'm with Verizon, and I can't update my PRL or my Profile and then I don't get 4GLTE anymore all I get is 3G. My phone is both rooted and unlocked so I have no Sim.
Also I don't know if I'm in the right section or not. Because my phone is a Sprint Phone but is in service with Verizon. I'm sorry if I'm in the wrong Section
Thank you to anyone who could answer these and help me.
 
 
4th June 2014, 12:48 AM |#2  
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For MMS I think you will need the APNs for Verizon (my guess not 100% sure). As for the LTE you will never get it on the Sprint GS4 flashed to Verizon because they use different frequencies.

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Ahh okay well thanks for clearing up my problem and I never knew that about the Frequencies I guess you learn something new everyday lol.
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Ahh okay well thanks for clearing up my problem and I never knew that about the Frequencies I guess you learn something new everyday lol.

Haha yup. Good thing is that Verizon has great 3G speeds!

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