Originally Posted by infrared411
some of you in these post believe that the 6700 cant be used on other networks. it is true that the carrier (e.g. sprint, verizon, ect...) has specific requirements for the radio. AT&t wireless used to be a cdma network and there still is legacy cdma subscribers on their network. as for boost i havent heard of their cdma offerings. but you would need to modify the radio stack to get it to work on their "cdma" network. you can reflash the 6700 for verizon to work with sprint and vice versa. there is subtle differences that makes features work on the network.
This couldn't be further from the Truth. CDMA is a standard just like GSM is. Getting voice and text to work is as simple as updated the PRL, and changing the ESN with your carrier. I can make voice and text work on ANY CDMA phone, with ANY Carrier provided it doesn't use an RUIM, and you carrier will except CPE. You need your MSL, and a Boost PRL. Its that simple. You can use ##PRL# to load the PRL, or use QPST.
You should be able to purchase a boost phone, and download the PRL with QPST, QXDM, or BitPim.
Getting Data and MMS to work is another story, data will work if you know the correct parameters, the Proxy, username/password, and I.P. settings. Which once again can all be changed on the phone without QPST. The 6700 has full PST built in, no external programs are needed for PST changes, unless you don't have your MSL.