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[Q] Samsung Galaxy Blaze 4G on Verizon

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By matrix733, Junior Member on 2nd June 2014, 02:07 AM
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Hi All,

I bought a Tmobile galaxy s blaze 4g (SGH-T769) from HSN last year, it was never activated or used on tmobile. I tried to put a old at&t sim I had in it and it said sim invalid. I get the same message when I put an active Verizon sim in as well.

I used a service online for an unlock code and after following the directions it prompted for pin and it seems to be unlock after entering pin

When I insert the Verizon sim it does not display invalid but it cycles between Verizon APN and Vodaphone NL .

When I try to make a call it said not registered on network

When I put the at&t sim back into the phone, I get the not registered network but am thinking because its an old inactive sim or not?

My issue is I want to use this phone in Brazil this summer so I need it unlocked and right now I am not sure if it really is unlocked?

any ideas?
2nd June 2014, 02:11 AM |#2  
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Can't use GSM on a cdma network

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2nd June 2014, 02:20 AM |#3  
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CDMA network Only
Originally Posted by Durteedee

Can't use GSM on a cdma network

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Just so I get this correctly, Verizon, even though it has a sim, is CDMA network Only. So my my only option to test is a vlid AT&T sim?

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2nd June 2014, 07:30 AM |#4  
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I used a friends at&t working sim and it worked great so the phone is unlocked. I guess the Verizon 4g lte is different frequency anyway plus for some reason I thought it was some form of GSM. lol

ALL good to go here..

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