AT&T HTC One on WIND Mobile (like T-Mobile with same 1700/2100 frequency pair)
I'm going to keep the original post below, but the discussion had more conversation in this thread over here
Unfortunately, the AT&T HTC One will not work on WIND Mobile.
I bought a slightly used 64gb AT&T HTC One M7, it came unlocked but I unlocked it (again?) using HTC Dev (though it's still S-ON), flashed in JellyBAM 1.0 RC1 (based on Cyanogenmod in its guts) and Cockworkmod, plus flashed in the T-Mobile radio, but the phone can only see a network listed as "WIND Away". With my Samsung Galaxy Note (pentaband) it can see a number of other networks.
The fact it lists a network as "WIND Away" is kinda weird on a technical level and I don't think it should be happening, but may shed some light as to what's going wrong. WIND Mobile has two zones -- WIND Home (its own towers in Toronto) and another it calls in its literature
(ie: marketing material) "WIND Away" which in my area just means its roaming on Rogers Canada's network. With the Samsung Galaxy Note it would show these networks as Rogers, not "WIND Away" like this HTC One is. When I try and join WIND Away it says it can't register itself on the network. I shed a tear.
Why do I mention T-Mobile?
They use the same 1700/2100 frequency pair that my carrier WIND Mobile uses. I've purchased a HTC Desire Z (G2) from T-Mobile in the past and it worked great on WIND. Since the HTC One supports 2100, and the HTC One sold in WIND stores also only supports 2100 (not the 1700/2100 pair) I thought this AT&T HTC One would work as well. It's been suggested by users online that I may get slower data speeds because 1700 isn't supported. I flashed T-Mobile's radio anyway to see if it would help at least see WIND but no luck.
Here's my hold-volume-down-while-booting screen details:
M7_UL PVT SHIP S-ON RH
Jul 5 2013, 16:04:18:-1
So any idea what's going on?