Something else just occurred to me. If you take the phone to a Sprint store to activate it, I can imagine the rep being less than enthusiastic about programming a phone with non-standard software. For that matter, I'm not certain that cyanogen includes the programming menu required to edit these codes for activation. I'll update when I learn more.
Edit: The epst app which does the phone programming is not compatible with cm7, as far as I can tell. So he's right. You will have to revert to stock to activate it.
Last edited by Maximilian Mary; 6th June 2011 at 07:42 AM.