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How to unlock the Sprint HTC One?

How to unlock the Sprint HTC One?

HTC One from Sprint is a dual CDMA/GSM device with the following specifications: LTE 1900 WCDMA 1900 / 2100 CDMA 800 / 850 / 1900 GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900s HTC One from Sprint is a device that runs on a CDMA network, but in the same time Sprint’s HTC One is a dual GSM/CDMA global phone that supports GSM/EDGE and HSPA networks. This means that once unlocked, you can use your HTC One handset bought from Sprint, with any other compatible US GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile and also with international GSM carriers when travelling. The handset has quad-band GSM/EDGE capabilities ...

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How to unlock dual mode CDMA/GSM phones?

How to unlock dual mode CDMA/GSM phones?

Before you go further with unlocking a dual CDMA/GSM phone you should  also read our guide on carriers’ restrictions for dual mode CDMA – GSM/LTE phones, as it will help you better understand the specific of unlocking process for dual mode phones. You can refer to unlocking a dual mode CDMA – GSM/LTE phone in two ways: Unlock the phone in order to use it with a different CDMA carrier. Unlock the device and have the possibility to use it with the same CDMA carrier and any other GSM carrier. In order to unlock a dual CDMA/GSM phone and switch to a different CDMA carrier, ...

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Dual GSM/CDMA phones specifications. How to unlock CDMA to GSM?

Dual GSM/CDMA phones specifications. How to unlock CDMA to GSM?

Dual CDMA – GSM/LTE phone’s specifications So you’re lucky, your phone isn’t a CDMA phone only, it’s a dual CDMA- GSM/LTE phone which gives you lot more freedom. Let’s see how can you use this freedom! Switching between CDMA and GSM networks is possible if you have a cell phone model that supports both standards. We have already discussed the differences between CDMA and GSM unlocking procedures and also the case of switching CDMA carriers when you have a CDMA phone only. You should read these instructions also, as it might be valuable information to you, when unlocking a dual mode CDMA/ ...

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Unlock a CDMA phone? How to switch CDMA carriers and keep the phone

Unlock a CDMA phone? How to switch CDMA carriers and keep the phone

If you have read the differences between CDMA and GSM unlocking procedures, we can further consider the options a subscriber has when owning a CDMA phone. Usually in US, carriers don’t accept any particular phones onto their network. They use network-based white lists of ESN/MEIDs to verify their subscribers, so they know if a phone that isn't on their network is trying to be activated. CDMA carriers check for clean/bad ESNs, and have the possibility to see if a phone has a foreign ESN. Most CDMA cellphones are unlocked and the SPC (Service Provider Code) is 000000. The unlock code has usually ...

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GSM vs CDMA – differences between GSM and CDMA phone unlock procedures

GSM vs CDMA – differences between GSM and CDMA phone unlock procedures

GSM (Global System for Mobiles) and CDMA, also known as Code Division Multiple Access, are the two major competing wireless technologies used today by the cell phones industries. LTE is also a standard for wireless data communications technology and an evolution of the GSM/UMTS standards with high capacity and speed of wireless data networks. It is actually anticipated to become the first global standard for mobile phones, although it uses different frequency bands in different countries, which means that only multi-band phones are able to use LTE in all countries where it is supported. So let's find more about GSM vs CDMA ...

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