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    Default Re: what are you using for your MIFI programming now that...

    Hi deathtrip...

    Actually, it's my wife's N2 that I am the most concerned about. I've done it over and over, checked settings till I'm blue in the face.

    I now know ALL settings for Sprint/Boost by heart. Can recite them to anyone. Including server addresses. As gently and as politely as I can say it, I'm stating that they are correct.

    Matter of fact, I've been trying to get this for so long now that I almost feel like saying "that's rookie stuff". EXCEPT... I have not gotten it. Data is just not working. Has to be something obscure that only a real pro (like you) could figure out.

    My non pro guess is that it has something to do with profile 0 AAA's changing after I write them and use the phone. And the HDR AAA entries keeps freaking out as well. And I did not put anything under PPP either. It writes it on it's own.

    And it keeps changing to all weird numbers, none of which are my correct AAA's. See image.

    Thanks deathtrip,
    John

    PS - Forgot to mention... the ----- for the N2 from the original flash was a Samsung Sprint M520. A Rev0 phone, everything except MMS worked. The CURRENT data on the N2 is from a Boost Incog I picked up to try different AAA keys. No change.
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    Default Re: what are you using for your MIFI programming now that...

    bakenast... you around?

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    Default Re: what are you using for your MIFI programming now that...

    Just to be clear, these are Verizon phones flashed to Boost.

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    Default Re: what are you using for your MIFI programming now that...

    Why not just read the NV Items manually and see what they show?

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    Default Re: what are you using for your MIFI programming now that...

    Well...

    I read the NV items manually with CDMAWS 2.7 and they were not what they should be. So I rewrote them with Evolution 4.0 and rebooted. The 1x that I had is gone and upon reading NV items again, they are changed AGAIN. Ridiculous...

    I've not mentioned it but the sim is out and I get no data without sim and emergency calls only.



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    Default Re: what are you using for your MIFI programming now that...

    *sighs* Not sure what you changed then.

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