Yes, use this to unlock your phone for other carriers http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1419468
If you don't want the trouble of installing busybox, use this instead: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1978974
But however the flash method is currently known to work on ICS only. FB is working on a fix for GB.
I would say yes because my friends S2 (T-mobile) worked for Simple Mobile. Simple Mobile goes under TracFone Wireless Inc. which owns both Simple Mobile and Straight Talk.
Or as long as they support HSDPA your good to go!
So when your getting a plan from Straight Talk make sure to ask them if they support HSDPA.
This statement made me laugh. Asking them this will only create anger issues. The support people I have dealt with NEVER have a clue.
Its cool tho. People if you consider going to Straight Talk be prepared to have almost no tech support.
As posted above att will be iffy on this phone. If you are looking to get better data speeds I suggest steering away from Straight Talk there is a unknown daily data cap. And it sounds like you are looking to get faster data speeds to do something that will probably put you over the daily data cap. At that point Straight Talk will cancel your service and you have to call and bitch to get it turned back on. Hopefully they will publish something on what the daily limit is soon.
once again my main goal here is to get more 4g coverage area. i have t-moble 4g service with t-moble. but the coverage area is slim, cant get it where i live. only 2g where i live. very agravating. would like the larger coverage area with att, and with straight talk its only $45. for unlimmited. wanted to know if anyone out therehas done this with straight talk. thanks
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