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Please help with straight talk.

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14th October 2013, 08:21 AM   |  #1  
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I've been searching for videos and guides but ijust can't seem to find anything but I know it's possible to go from Sprint to straight talk, so I was wondering if someone could be generous and help me with this, I knew I'm suppose to flash it than go buy cheap phones for cloning than update stuff, and I also saw certain roms can actually give you Verizon Lte with certain straight talk 4g stuff. I would really apperciate the help.
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I've been searching for videos and guides but ijust can't seem to find anything but I know it's possible to go from Sprint to straight talk, so I was wondering if someone could be generous and help me with this, I knew I'm suppose to flash it than go buy cheap phones for cloning than update stuff, and I also saw certain roms can actually give you Verizon Lte with certain straight talk 4g stuff. I would really apperciate the help.


you cant use sprint (CDMA) phone on ST only GSM phones (TMobile or ATT or International versions)
15th October 2013, 12:35 AM   |  #3  
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You can flash to Page Plus that's what I did with our Sprint GS3. Very good service

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28th October 2013, 07:45 AM   |  #4  
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I never seen no Verizon lte phone that was flashed to straight talk get them speeds just because the lte on Verizon phones use the sim cards to geth there data

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I've been searching for videos and guides but ijust can't seem to find anything but I know it's possible to go from Sprint to straight talk, so I was wondering if someone could be generous and help me with this, I knew I'm suppose to flash it than go buy cheap phones for cloning than update stuff, and I also saw certain roms can actually give you Verizon Lte with certain straight talk 4g stuff. I would really apperciate the help.

I know I'm very late but Straight Talk supports byod even cdma LTE should work too. Check this out http://stbyop.com/straighttalk/ or you could buy the kit at walmart for $65 but if you buy it no money back guarantee. I put in my MEID number and it's compatible.
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you cant use sprint (CDMA) phone on ST only GSM phones (TMobile or ATT or International versions)

I believe you are mistaken. I have a Verizon Tbolt flashed to StraightTalk. http://snyderswireless.com/ said they could flash my Sprint GSIII to Verizon or StraightTalk if I wanted, just no LTE. The guy is cool and did my last flash remotely, very informative.

(Sorry if this is an old issue and has since been addressed.)

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