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CDMA for Ting - Mon Jan 23 12:15:58 MST 2017

sprint or boost. must be off contract, but does not need to be unlocked.

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LG Rumor Reflex LN272

        meid a0000034786aea
        
        LG Rumor Reflex LN272
        Release date: Mar 11, 2012
        cnet likes
        good battery life
        microSD
        Data Transmission 	EVDO Rev. 0
        Bluetooth 	Version: 3.0
        
        Delivery-date: Tue, 24 Jan 2017 05:43:19 -0700
        
        Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2017 12:42:34 +0000
        From: Ting <help@ting.com>
        To: Craig Anderson <craig@coot.net>
        Your Device and Subscription Settings
        
        Here are some important details related to your device and
        service that may come in handy later:
        
        Mobile Phone Number: 719-320-6799
        MSID: 000007196710064
        Serial Number: 268435461207891690
        MSL #: 176550
        

LG Rumor Touch LN510

        released 2010
        no wifi
        pcmag likes keyboard
        pcmag 4/5 rating
        EV-DO Rev. 0, which also gives it access to Sprint's 3G services
        

t-mobile.com Samsung Gravity 3 user manual

local copy Samsung Gravity 3 user manual

t-mobile unlock

for Samsung (t-mobile) Gravity 3 T479

        imei 
        354664044053325
        

$25 at cellunlocker.net

        [OrderID::1778155] www.cellunlocker.net - Here is your Receipt
        
        Your IMEI Number you provided us is:
        354664044053325
        Phone Information
        Make 	Samsung
        Model 	T479 Gravity 3
        Locked To 	U.S.A. - T-Mobile USA
        Processing Time 	1-90 min (1am-6pm EST Monday to Saturday)
        

Based on the IMEI # and the information you have provided us your unlock code is:

        NETWORK=14959415 PROVIDER=70238323 SUBPROVIDER=34103586 DEFREEZE=72696964 EXTRA=00000000
        
        NETWORK=14959415
        PROVIDER=70238323
        SUBPROVIDER=34103586
        DEFREEZE=72696964
        EXTRA=00000000
        
        1 try with network failed Tue Oct 25 13:16:40 MDT 2016
        factory reset
        
        Tue Oct 25 13:17:28 MDT 2016
        Network lock:
        this worked. on cricket.
        

Now follow the link for Instructions here

Samsung Unlock Instructions

Pick another GSM slider

Samsung Gravity 3 T479 Samsung A667 Evergreen LG Freedom ii LG Xpression C395 BlackBerry Torch 9800

Try Ting

GSM on t-mobile. CDMA on sprint.

Ting supported recommended GSM phone. Samsung T379 ‘Gravity TXT’ Unlocked Cell Phone - Black/Yellow $32 at amazon prime.

Currently on Cricket. $60/month. $40 - Donna android. $25 Craig voice/text only. $5 2 line discount.

        purchased ZTE Z223 at amazon ($18.50). (t-mobile) flip phone
        purchased nokia 6760 slide at ebay ($17) (t-mobile) on Fri Oct 14 12:28:14 MDT 2016
        purchased Samsung (t-mobile) Gravity 3 T479 $24 on Fri Oct 21 10:41:10 MDT 2016
        LG True B460 from Cricket
        LG Rumor Reflex (sprint) from ebay $33 on Sat Oct 15 10:09:20 MDT 2016
        

Can it be used on ATT? Hope so

wikipedia.org/wiki High Speed Packet Access

Nokia 6760

Charger

Charging port uses 2mm pin. DC 6.5V 500mA

Nokia AC-3U Nokia AC-15U

gsmarena.com Compact messaging - Nokia 6760 slide review

Quad-band GSM support and 3G with HSDPA

The new 6760 slide (we’ll use its European name from now on) is ultra compact and the full-QWERTY keyboard is backed by no numpad on top. The Internet and Messaging shortcuts up front are quite handy though and make perfect sense in both portrait and landscape hand hold. The neat messenger is trying to balance features, looks and ergonomics to offer all-round experience within budget. The absence of Wi-Fi support is a letdown, but the rest of the features are from the top drawer.

The slide-out QWERTY hardware keyboard is among the best we’ve tried. The centrally placed yellow marked numpad will be frequently used, as there’s no front alphanumeric pad on the 6760 slide.

While you’re surfing the net or typing a message you will need to press the yellow Num lock to activate numeric mode. On the homescreen you can directly enter digits and dial a number.

Dead center on the left side is the microUSB slot covered with a plastic lid. Mass storage mode is supported by the 6760 slide doesn’t charge off USB.

The nice and compact Nokia 6760 slide has a very friendly feel and near perfect QWERTY keyboard. It’s a shame that part of the impression is ruined by the wobbly slider and the altogether cheap finish. The lack of a numpad could be a problem at times when you need to quickly dial a number. That said, Smart Dial is even more badly missed.

Key features
  • Released 2009, October
  • Quad-band GSM support and 3G with HSDPA
  • 2.4" 16M-color TFT display of 320 x 240 pixel resolution
  • Full QWERTY keyboard
  • Very compact, friendly weight and shape
  • Fast and responsive interface
  • Built-in accelerometer, UI auto-rotate, turn-to-mute
  • 3 megapixel fixed focus camera, QVGA video recording @ 15fps
  • Symbian 9.3, S60 FP2
  • GPS with A-GPS support
  • Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP, microUSB
  • microSD card slot with microSDHC support
  • Stereo FM Radio with RDS
  • Balanced audio output quality
  • Large capacity Li-Ion 1500 mAh (BP-4L) battery
Main disadvantages
  • Clattering slide hinge, loose battery cover
  • No Wi-Fi
  • No alphanumeric keypad: impossible to dial with the keyboard closed
  • Basic fixed focus camera, no extra features (not even geotagging)
  • No USB charging
  • No smart dial (3rd party solutions are available)

gsmarena.com Nokia 6760 slide specs

wikipedia.org/wiki Nokia 6760 Slide

        Compatible networks
         	HSDPA (3.5G) 900 / 1900 / 2100
          (European) 850 / 1900 / 2100 (North American),
          Quad band GSM / GPRS / EDGE GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900
         
        HSPDA 2100
        

AT&T Wireless Order New Service 888.333.6651

ATT offers 2 flip phones

  • lg b470 - $50
  • cingular flip - $60

Possible unlocked flip phones

  • AT&T Z221 - $18
  • ZTE Z222 Unlocked Flip Phone - $24 amazon prime
  • ZTE Z223 - $19 at amazon prime

phonearena.com/phones Nokia 6760 slide

phonearena.com/phones Nokia 6760 slide Manual / User Guide

ZTE Z223

zteusa.com ZTE Z223

  • Capacity 900 mAh
  • Talk Time Up to 4 hours
  • Internal 64MB RAM + 128MB ROM
  • Frequencies WCDMA 850MHz,1900MHz HSDPA GSM 850MHz,1900MHz
  • Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
  • USB Yes

phonearena.com/phones

att.com/deviceunlock

youtube macdaddypimpping - How I Get FREE Unlock Code For AT&T ZTE Z222/Z223 + Instructions GSM 2016

ebay

ebay.com

Nokia Suite

Microsoft Download Center Nokia Suite

Nokia Suite is a free software that connects your Nokia phone and Windows PC, and helps you transfer content between the two.

Supported Operating System Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows XP PC Windows 8, 8.1, 7, Vista, or XP.

download-support.webapps.microsoft Users guide Nokia PC Suite 6.85

Nokia Suite Latest Compatible Phone

answers.microsoft.com/en-us/mobiledevices

Paul van der Heu replied

Nokia Suite supports S30, S40 and symbian phones. As such and assuming you would want to trae up from the N95 the last Symbian phone to be supported by Nokia Suite would be the Nokia 808PV.

nbuexplorer

Ting Mobile

ting.com

Can I use GSM and CDMA together in one account?

Yes. With Ting, you can have any combination of active GSM and / or CDMA devices under one account sharing minutes, messages and megabytes. This is an industry first. We’re pretty excited about it.

Research

wikipedia mobile phone standards

toptenreviews.com/mobile Ting Review

Consider

lifehacker.com

Alan Henry Five Best Feature Phones 2/09/14

rethinkingthedream.com Eric West - One Year on Ting: Review of my Experience with Ting Wireless

Ting uses the Sprint network as their backbone. Voice and Text can roam to Verizon if Sprint is unavailable. Data is limited to the Sprint network with no option to roam.

For Ting/Sprint

LG Rumor Reflex LN272 3G Slide-Out QWERTY Phone (Sprint) - $60

Samsung T379 Gravity TXT

pcmag.com/article Samsung Gravity TXT

samsung.com/us/support User Manual here.

cnet.com - Samsung Gravity TXT review

<a href=”“http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_gravity_txt_t379-4123.php target=”_blank”>gsmarena.com specs</a> Samsung Gravity TXT T379

        GSM / HSPA
        Launch 	Announced 	2011, August
        Status 	Available. Released 2011, August
        Keyboard 	QWERTY
        SIM 	Mini-SIM
        Card slot 	microSD, up to 32 GB (dedicated slot)
        WLAN 	No
        Bluetooth 	v2.1, A2DP
        GPS 	Yes, with A-GPS
        USB 	microUSB v2.0
        

RIM BlackBerry Curve 9360

New on ebay for $50 - Fri Oct 14 14:40:34 MDT 2016

Blackberry Bold Touch 9930

amazon product Blackberry Bold Touch 9930 CDMA GSM Unlocked Phone with Touch Screen, 5MP Camera and Blackberry OS 7 (Black)

cnet.com review BlackBerry 9930

BlackBerry Bold 9930 (Verizon Wireless) review:

The Bottom Line The BlackBerry Bold 9930 is the best QWERTY BlackBerry to date, but should be priced lower.

gsmarena.com specs

gsmarena.com review

Also, a good list of alternatives on the conclusion page.

  • Technology GSM / HSPA
  • Released 2011, August
  • Also known as BlackBerry Dakota, BlackBerry Magnum

pcmag.com/article RIM BlackBerry Curve 9360

BlackBerry Torch 9800

gsmarena.com - BlackBerry Torch 9800 review

Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE 3G with HSPA support

gsmarena.com - specs BlackBerry Torch 9800

Released 2010, August

Seen on ebay for $34

cnet.com BlackBerry 9800 review

cnet.com blackberry torch review

phonearena.com BlackBerry 9800 Review

Pantech Laser

LG Rumor Reflex LN272 / LN272S - CDMA

$33 on ebay

ebay vendor astiles had lg romur reflex

pcmag.com LG rumore reflex review

The Rumor Reflex is a dual-band (850/1900 MHz) EV-DO Rev.0 device with no Wi-Fi. Rev. 0 means the Rumor Reflex gets 3G data speeds, just not the faster Rev. A speeds. That’s fine for texting, but it makes for slower Web browsing.

Continuous talk time: 5 hours 41 minutes

cnet.com - LG Rumor Reflex (Sprint) review

Front and center is a 3-inch WQVGA capacitive touch screen. Its resolution is only 400x240 pixels and it can display only 262,000 colors, so it’s not the crispest or most vibrant display out there. Videos and games are pixelated and images, like its set of default wallpaper, are grainy. On the upside, though, the simple menu icons and text are legible. Yet, what I liked most about the display was that it was responsive. I could scroll through menu items, type on the virtual keyboard (if I didn’t want to use the physical keyboard), and click on links with ease.

The QWERTY keyboard behind the display lights up with a soft blue glow and has four rows of keys, including directional keys, a function and shift key, a backspace, and a symbol key that gives you access to 16 cute icons and smiley faces. However, unless you’re sending texts to another Rumor Reflex, don’t expect other devices to be able to see these colorful emoticons. Although I like that the keys are raised and are easy to push, they’re too small. I have petite hands already, so I can’t imagine anyone with even slightly larger mitts trying to type. The slider mechanism is sturdy, and easily snaps back and forth.

With its gray plastic build and fishnet stocking texturing, the back of the phone feels cheap. Near the top left corner is the lens for the 2-megapixel camera, with a small reflective square to the right of it for vanity shots. Next to that are two small slits for the output speaker. By a small indentation at the bottom, you can pry the backing of the device off and gain access to the 1,000mAh battery inside and the microSD slot, which can accept cards up to 32GB.

In the tools folder, you can access several features, including a clock, a calendar, Bluetooth 3.0, voice command and voice memo, a calculator, a notepad, and a document reader, which lets you read files stored on your memory card.

Conclusion

The LG Rumor Reflex has restored my faith in feature handsets. There was a time when I thought manufacturers simply did not put any effort into these types of devices anymore. Although it’s not great for browsing, it has a responsive touch screen, simple but solid design, and good call quality. I’d recommend this device for anyone not interested in a data plan or the bells and whistles of a smartphone.

LG Freedom ii

LG Xpression C395

review LG Xpression C395

gsmarena.com specs

Samsung A667 Evergreen

review Samsung A667 Evergreen

gsmarena.com - Samsung A667 Evergreen

        Network 	Technology 	GSM / HSPA
        Launch 	Announced 	2010, November. Released 2010, November Status 	Discontinued
        Keyboard 	QWERTY
        SIM 	Mini-SIM
        Card slot 	microSD, up to 16 GB (dedicated slot)
        Phonebook 	Yes, Photocall
        WLAN 	No
        Bluetooth 	v2.1, A2DP
        GPS 	Yes, with A-GPS
        Radio 	Stereo FM radio
        USB 	microUSB v2.0
        

cnet.com review Samsung Evergreen SGH-A667 (AT&T) review

phonearena.com/reviews Samsung Evergreen Review

LG Neon II

Samsung Gravity 3 T479

Release June 2010

Near clone of sprint (cdma) Samsung Restore

review Samsung Gravity 3 T479

pcmag.com - review Samsung Gravity 3 SGH-T479 (T-Mobile)

rating excellent

ebay: unlocked Samsung Gravity T479

Wammu

wammu - Samsung SGH-T469

        Supported Features
        
        Basic phonebook functions (name and phone number)
        Enhanced phonebook entries (eg. several numbers per entry)
        
        Configuration
        
        [gammu]
        port = DEVICE NAME
        connection = at
        model = at