hey i was wondering how i can fullflash my droid to a service provider called cricket wireless.....can any one please help.....
i have seen on google that you can cause its a cdma network but when i had cricket and wanted to flash over an altell phone anyone i went to said i would lose picture messaging and about half the other features not sure if you would lose browsing on it though just make sure to research it a bit and find someone thats trust worthy to flash it
ive talked toalotof different flashing experts and the phone was previously fully flashed but when i bought it the girl who had the flash had reset the phone and guess that messed the flash up....they say they can do it but i was wondering if and how to do it myself...or where to find the steps on doing it......
Well, I don't know how to flash the phone to cricket, but where I live there's a guy that did fully flash my droid and also root the phone 2.1 (ESE 53) SMOKED GLASS V6.0. An everything works, all the app, google, gps, but the internet speed with cricket is slow, so I use most of the time my wifi. He did charge me 75
Yea you can flash your droid to cricket and its pretty easy, you'll need hw serial port,cdma workshop 2.7 or higher and the latest drivers from motorola,now google"flash prl to droid" and the tuturial should be the first link,its actually on this site.follow each step and you'll have the basics for talk and text,once you have the prl flash you will need the esn added to metro,which is about 40 bucks,now for mms and web,you will need root. There is a tutorial for that as well.ill link you to it.
Edit:here's the link for the first tut. http://www.droidforums.net/forum/hac...twork-prl.html
Edit 2: just use this url it has everything you need:Motorola Droid Full Solution Updated
Last edited by Blasian shadows; 07-12-2010 at 12:10 PM.
Hey guys, just wanted you to know that a person I've been talking to has made a really helpful Android app for those trying to use the $45 plan.
It routes all the data through the proxy since it uses the code that u2nl and autostart provided. It sets up correct permissions and everything in just a couple of clicks (still called it a one click solution). You must have root access on your device just like you would need with u2nl and autostart.
You should always consider this over a proxy modification like the one built into the Android OS. 99 times out of 100 you will get better results.
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