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Old 05-13-2007, 12:27 AM
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what if i did this...

what if i bought a telus version of the 6800 off ebay or something and then took it to my friend at circuit city and had him connect it up to the verizon network? is this feasible? i'm thinking it's not, so anyone know why it wouldnt be???
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Old 05-13-2007, 01:26 AM
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I know Sprint won't take phones that are not branded Sprint. I'm pretty sure Verizon is the same. I wouldn't waste the money, as you are very likely to be stuck with a device you can't activate.

As a side question... Does Telus have any unlimited roaming/int'l roaming plans? If so, couldn't we get the Telus 6800 and just roam on Sprint's or Verizon's networks all day if we want?
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Old 05-13-2007, 01:30 AM
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Verizon Wireless has a policy against activating esn's that are not in their system. You would have to call WDTS or customer care to see if you could even get them to get approval to put that esn in the system, before you could activate it. Or otherwise you could use bitpim or similar to put an esn from a XV6700 on a P4000...
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Old 05-13-2007, 08:46 AM
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As a side question... Does Telus have any unlimited roaming/int'l roaming plans? If so, couldn't we get the Telus 6800 and just roam on Sprint's or Verizon's networks all day if we want?
http://www.telusmobility.com/on/plan...rtham300.shtml

that's a link to the highest international telus plan. i don't think it would be worth it.

i know someone figured out that verizon phones are unlocked and able to be activated on telus and bell, but i don't know if it works vice versa.
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Or otherwise you could use bitpim or similar to put an esn from a XV6700 on a P4000...

tell me more about bitpim. i heard awhile ago that some kids were able to use a new nokia clamshell on vzw, even though it wasnt a vzw phone.
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I know very little... search would prob be your best friend... there was also a thread here a while back titled "I changed my esn..." or something like that... prob have all the info and links you would need...
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Bitpim and qpst would only work if it is setup like the 6700. I've thought of doing this myself, but I would hate to find out its not indeed cloneable.
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true...

here's that thread...
http://www.ppcgeeks.com/i-changed-my...anged+esn.html
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Old 05-13-2007, 11:55 PM
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I took a look at sprints ppc-6800 w/ qpst v2.7 build 2.15. i was able to use the drivers that i used when i played with my 6700.

The hvm folder is locked. i have not looked into ways around it but it is not easy like the 6700 was. you are not able to see any file in that directory. No $ESN.SYS visible. hope telus devices have better luck.
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which directory should i be looking in?
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