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    Default EVO 3D Full flash for cricket wireless.

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    This is usually similar across the board.

    A. CDMA WS 3.5 or newer

    B. HTC Diagnostic drivers for the Evo (attached on this thread [32 and 64 bit])

    C A Windows PC with either Win7, XP or Vista plus your Evo 3D with a USB cord.

    D. PRL (*STICKY* Official Cricket PRL Thread)

    E. OPTIONAL: Android SDK which includes ADB drivers. (Android SDK | Android Developers)
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    SPC/MSL Obtaining

    Skip through all these screens on the EVO 3D until you are at the home screen. Go into the phone dialer and hit ##3424#. You might have to hit talk after this. It'll cause the phone to go into DIAG mode. You'll see the device on your computer. Use the diagnostic drivers (specify their specific location) to complete the install.

    Now you can find your MSL using CDMA Workshop.

    For CDMA Workshop, connect and read EVO 3D and select the security tab choose HTC method in the SPC/lock code field and read. Then send then write 000000, then send 000000. Your SPC is now changed.



    Programming
    While in CDMA WS goto the other tab and choose write in the PRL field and choose your PRL to load.
    Now goto the EVDO Tab click read and write your username [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and password cricket in all the fields required ensure that you choose Simple IP. click write.
    Now to the main tab, click read fill in the fiels for MIN, Dir number (MDN), SID, NID, banner name, etc. click write.

    Once you get done with this part, talk and text will work. If you are on the $55 Android the Internet should work. But!

    Working with new devices (never activated)

    Dial ##(and your SPC, we set it to 000000)#. This will open up the EPST menu. Click edit mode. Put in the proper Mobile Directory number (your phone number) and the MSID (your MIN). Hit the menu button and then select commit modifications. The phone will reboot.

    Once the phone has rebooted, go to the dialer again and hit ##data#. Click edit mode and enter your SPC for access. Make sure the settings look like it does below:

    Active Profile: 1
    User Name: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (put your phone number in this)
    Reverse Tunnel Preferred: Enable
    Home IP Address: 0.0.0.0
    Primary Home Agent: 0.0.0.0
    Second Home Agent: 0.0.0.0
    HA Shared Secret: cricket
    AAA Shared Secret: cricket

    You can try hitting menu and commit modifications, but it will most likely tell you there were no changes made. Back out, go to advanced and then continue with the multimedia streaming setup below.


    The following should fix problems with youtube not working and cricket MMS (picture messaging) not working on your cricket flashed HTC EVO 3D.

    Media Streaming

    Youtube videos might not play unless you modify some settings. Sprint by default routes media through their servers. To change this dial ##data# from the dialer on the Evo. You will get to the EPST settings. Click edit and then enter the MSL. It will prompt you for a password which is the MSL aka SPC.

    Once you get past that, go to advanced > RTSP Proxy Address (for stock Gingerbread it's advanced > RTSP/HTTP Setting > RTSP Proxy Port). Make this 0.0.0.0. Also make the HTTP PD Proxy Address 0.0.0.0. Also change the ports for both of these to 0. Back out and you should be good.

    MMS

    <?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8' standalone='yes' ?>
    <apns>
    <apn name="Production" numeric="310012" mcc="310" mnc="012" apn="1" user="your10digit#here@mycricket.com" server="wap.mycricket.com" password="cricket" proxy="null" port="null" mmsproxy="null" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="2.0" mmsc="http://mms.mycricket.com/servlets/mms" type="mms" />
    </apns>

    Just edit the "your10digit#here" part with your phone number and save this.

    Place it on your phone's SDCard under a folder called "apnbackuprestore". Then open the Android App APN Backup and Restore (included in this thread and on the Market) on your Evo. Backup the stock settings. Then delete APNs and restore the new APNs you just created.

    You should have everything working now. Talk, text, MMS, and Internet. There are a few more steps left to enhance the experience. Below is my attempt to fix a step that I left out.

    YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE FULL FLASHING TO CRICKET IF YOU ARE ON THE $55 ANDROID PLAN. ENJOY! If your on the $45 plan, change it!

    Now you can root using one of the many methods found here in the forums or using your favorite search tool. Compiled from numerous sources.

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    Default Re: EVO 3D Full flash for cricket wireless.

    Great tutorial, I'll add to it for using WS 2.7 and QPST next week.

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    Default Re: EVO 3D Full flash for cricket wireless.

    At least give credit where you got it from...... cricketusers forum
    'And God said to him, "Nigger, please", and all was good.'
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    Default Re: EVO 3D Full flash for cricket wireless.

    Quote Originally Posted by wthigon View Post
    At least give credit where you got it from...... cricketusers forum
    I actually believe the user has compiled this from cu.com and xda and another thread here. Looking at it it has bits and pcs from all of them. One difference I see is the cu one you mention is written for using QPST. or at least 1/2 all the links there point to their main forum.


 

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