[Q] HTC One V Virgin Mobile to GSM by Hardware
location: androidpark.com - date: June 9, 2013
hi i've recently bought this phone on eBay and i also found that the Sim Card slot it's sold separately this circuit board also includes the sd card slot and the antenna. This board is connected to the motherboard with a flex. So is it possible to make this phone gsm just by modifying the firmware???
[ROM]Unofficial Slim Bean 3.1 PrimoC CDMA (09/01/2013 Virgin Mobile USA Only)
location: droidmania.com - date: May 27, 2013
Slim Bean 3.1 PrimoC CDMA Final Virgin Mobile USA
-Rom conversion from GSM to CDMA-
Original GSM version created by Llior can be located here along with build information,etc.. : [ROM] [4.1.2] [PrimoU] Unofficial Slim Bean
Added 4.2 Keyboard
Cricket Mobile MMS Support Added To The New Messaging App
HTC/Slim Bean Themed Boot Screen
Fix : Performance- System Tweaks Settings. Now Work.
DeskClock from AOKP 4.1.2
Lockscreen Mods : New Weather Icons,New HTC Lock Ring
Holo Launcher HD Updated
CM File Manager
Updated Play Store 4.2.X
HTC/Slim Bean Themed Wallpaper
New system font types including the deletion of foreign language fonts.
Updated Alarms,Notifications,Ringtones to slim them down with just a basic set
Updates to build.prop to reflect other changes
Removed Sim Kit
Removed Update Me
Removed Live Wallpapers
[Q] My HTC One V (Virgin Mobile) won't turn on
location: androidpark.com - date: July 24, 2013
Please help me.
My phone worked just fine until yesterday. Now it won't turn on. Tried to contact Virgin Mobile. They asked for my Virgin Mobile number otherwise they can't help me. Unfortunately, I don't remember that number since I tossed it long time ago. I didn't even activate the phone with Virgin Mobile because I bought this locked Android phone for my Dad's use as a portable dictionary and calling his friends from Viber.
Background info about this phone:
- The phone is fully charged all the time.
- No new apps installed before it crashed.
- We use the phone's native Android OS so it's never modified in anyway.
- Press and hold Power button as usual to turn it on: it won't turn on. Only the 3 bottom icons (<, Home, and "task manager") were blinking.
- I was able to enter bootloader menu: Press Power button for about 12 secs then release and right after that hold "Volume Down" until the bootloader menu shows up.
- In bootloader menu, I tried and fini
[HOWTO] [root] Boost Mobile hTC One SV root *WITHOUT* overwriting recovery / kernel
location: droidmania.com - date: April 4, 2013
...Your warranty is now void...I claim *NO* responsibility for bricked devices, etc. You have been warned!
I wanted root on my new toy (Boost Mobile hTC One SV "K2_CL"). I also wanted to have an "untouched" backup of the stock ROM, kernel, recovery, etc. This is how I got it.
This is my third hTC device, and I've rooted / installed custom ROMs on the other two devices (Virgin Mobile USA EVO V 4G & One V).
Here are the basic steps. You'll need the following files:
From this xda-developers thread, download the Superuser.zip file. From post #220 in that thread, download the Boost specific ClockworkMod recovery (All credit to bkcokota, jj62mtp, & jmztaylor).
From this androidforums thread, download the Boost Kernel (I used "Gentle Breeze" version.) (All credit to shinru2004).
1) Unlock the hTC bootloader. This is standard for *ANY* hTC device. There are a number of other threads that cover this. It is no different for the Boost Mobile hTC
virgin mobile to net10?
location: droidmania.com - date: April 28, 2013
Currently both my wife and I are using virgin mobile. We both use the 45$ plan which is about 90$ total for the both of us. Actually more closer to 100 after fees. We have been considering switching to a new service as sprints network here is not the greatest, it works but is nit the greatest. We hit 2 bars of 3g if we are lucky. Usually everything works fine, hhiwever there are a lot of times we can't even get a hold of eachother. It will go straight to voicemail. We considered going to straight talk because we could run off at&ts network which is much better here plus get more for the same price we pay now. There is no T-Mobile service here at all. Well then I was reading and noticed all the at&t Sims were no longer being sold unless I wanted to spend a fortune on eBay for one. Or I was reading I could get a net10 sim for straight talk. Well I wasn't trying to go through a bunch of hoops just to get something to work when what I have now does us fine. So I stayed with virgin
location: droidradar.com - date: December 2, 2013
Excuse my ignorance but I'm looking at this phone for my mom. Does the Moto G work on Virgin Mobile?
Is it possible to root Wind Mobile LG Optimus L9 Jelly Bean?
location: androidpark.com - date: February 2, 2014
I can't find any sources on rooting the jelly bean version of the wind mobile lg optimus l9, the only source I found was one for the Canadian ICS version. Is it possible to root it or am I stuck with the stock LG rom?
Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE Virgin Mobile Hot Spot Question
location: droidmania.com - date: April 2, 2013
I just received my Virgin Mobile Samsung Galaxy 4G LTE phone last night. I rooted it this morning using the procedures mentioned in this forum (thank you all for the excellent documentation). When I am on LTE I am getting 15MB/s down and 9.2MB/s up, which are great speeds and I am very happy with it. The only problem I am running into is that I cannot seem to be able to turn the phone into a mobile hotspot.
I have downloaded numerous apps (Barnacle Wifi Tether, SVT-Lite, Wifi Teather and many more) yet none of them are able to activate the Wifi capability on the phone.
So my question is, is there another step that I need to take in addition to rooting the phone (apps asked for admin permission which I granted through SuperSU) or is there another app that I can download and try?
Any guidance and insight would be greatly appreciated.
Virgin Mobile tethering policy
location: droidradar.com - date: December 15, 2011
We all know Virgin hates tethering....however, how easily is it to truly get caught? And how exactly do they find out?
Sent from my LG-VM670 using Tapatalk
[TUTORIAL][SOFF] Virgin Mobile CDMA SOFF Without XTCClip Confi
location: droidradar.com - date: November 17, 2011
Ok so I spent hours reading post after post and thread after thread trying to figure out how I could get S-OFF on my Virgin Mobile Wildfire S without having to use an XTC clip. I was told by another user (thehumble1) that I was able to do it without the use of an XTC Clip and it seems to only work with CDMA versions of the Wildfire S. So after hours of trial and error and frustration I finally was able to get S-OFF without the use of an XTC Clip. I decided to write a tutorial specifically to the Virgin Mobile Wildfire S users so that they don't have to do all the searching that I did.
*I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE THAT MAY BE DONE TO YOUR PHONE WHILE FOLLOWING THIS TUTORIAL*
*READ AND FOLLOW THESE DIRECTIONS EXACTLY OR YOU "WILL" RUN INTO PROBLEMS* CREATING A GOLD CARD
Ok first we need to modify an sd card to make something called a gold card. Don't ask me what it is because honestly I have no idea I just know it is a necessary process in getting S-OFF.
1. Backup a
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