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    History: Treo 600, Treo 650, Treo 700, HTC Titan, HTC Diamond, Nexus One, SGS1 (Captivate), Samsung Infuse, Galaxy Note, ATT Galaxy Note 2, T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 (10,000mah Battery, 544GB Storage), T-Mobile LG V10
    Tablets: Nexus 7 2013 LTE, 2x Nook HD CM11, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 LTE, Asus MeMo Pad FHD 10 LTE
    Smartwatch: Moto360


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This is for people who have AT&T Service and are looking at the T-Mobile US Note 3 (N900T). Why are people wanting to use a T-Mobile Note 3 on AT&T? Because AT&T, much like Verizon, has tried to lock down their phones making it very difficult to...
I found this out the hard way also. It just hangs on the emergency screen. My family was attacked in our rental van in Puerto Rico. They broke out multiple windows and bent the sliding door in before we could speed away. I had to use another phon...
Ok cool Mr. Negative, are you the type tells your kids there's no Santa I spend my damn money to buy your gifts. Good one let's just kill all hopes here. So back to track hopefully we will see root it will just take patience. Not trying to be n...
ATT Uses: GSM: 850, 1900 Mhz HSPA/UMTS: 850, 1900 MHz LTE: Band 4, 17 (29 for LTE-Advanced) Tmobile uses: GSM: 850, 1900 Mhz HSPA/UMTS: 1700, 1900 Mhz LTE: Band 4, 12 Tmobile Note 4 Supports: GSM: 850, 900, 1800, 1900 UMTS: Band 1 (2100), Band 2...
So are you saying that it may be impossible to root the Note 4?? I plan on getting mine from T-Mobile. Don't want it if I can't root it. thanks What you want is an unlocked bootloader. You have the best chance for this with Tmobile. With an unl...