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Thread: Straight Talk SIM in an Unlocked Phone Worked

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    I tried a Tracfone sim card with a Nokia 1661 unlocked from T Mobile and it worked. Maybe is something in the low end Nokias that make them work with the Tracfone/Straight Talk sims.

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    it seems like the SIM from a e71 works in nokia phones and a few motorolas. i think i might go buy a e71 and throw the SIM in my captivate.

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    SBdunks have you tried the sim in any Blackberries?

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    I have an unlocked HTC HD2 working on ST. The account (sim) was activated inside a norkia E71. The HTC HD2 is from my previous T-Mobil account. Texting works just fine even sending pics via txt. I can't get the internet to work sadly. Does anybody know the Settings for ST internet? Wifi is the only way my weather app or internet will work.

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    Try this:

    WebSessions
    These are the proper WebSession settings for Motorola V3a/W385 phones. Please note that your User ID can NOT be your MIN, it must be your MDN!
    Name: DST
    Homepage: http//tfdevice.home
    User ID: (Your 10 Digit MDN)
    Password: G00DKarma01
    Gateway IP 1: 000.000.000.000
    Gateway 1: tracgw1.vzwreseller.com
    Service Type 1: HTTP
    Port 1: 8080
    E2E Port 1: 0
    LXL Port 1: 0
    Domain 1:
    Gateway IP 2: 000.000.000.000
    Gateway 2: tracgw2.vzwreseller.com
    Service Type 2: HTTP
    Port 2: 0
    E2E Port 2: 0
    LXL Port 2: 0
    Domain 2:

    Cache Start-Up: On (Store)

    From - http://wiki.howardforums.com/index.php/Straight_Talk

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    That looks like the CDMA data settings. I'm kinda interested in whether or not the SIM for the E71 really isn't locked to the phone. I'd switch back to my iPhone 3GS if I could use it on AT&T's network with 3G for $45 a month. If it's just a question of data settings, there's gotta be a way to obtain them from the E71.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gotanmp3 View Post
    That looks like the CDMA data settings. I'm kinda interested in whether or not the SIM for the E71 really isn't locked to the phone. I'd switch back to my iPhone 3GS if I could use it on AT&T's network with 3G for $45 a month. If it's just a question of data settings, there's gotta be a way to obtain them from the E71.
    Try att.mvno as the APN... leave everything else blank/default

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    Picked up an E71 at the local Walmart and plugged it into Nokia Configuration Tool. Looks like it's using a proxy. Here's the APN settings:

    Access points \ Tracfone Browser

    Connection name: Tracfone Browser
    Access point name: att.mvno
    User name:
    Password:

    Access points \ Tracfone Browser \ IP configuration

    Network type: IPv4
    Auto retrieve IP: (Checked)
    Phone IP address:
    Auto retrieve DNS: (Checked
    Primary DNS address:
    Secondary DNS address:
    DNS Address: Automatic
    IPv6 Primary DNS address:
    IPv6 Secondary DNS address:

    Access points \ Tracfone Browser \ Proxy

    Send proxy settings: (Checked)
    Proxy Name:
    Logical Proxy ID: 1
    Proxy server address: proxy.mvno.tracfone.com
    Proxy port number: 80
    Address that are not using proxy:
    Network AP Connected to proxy: Tracfone Browser
    Homepage: http://tfdevice.home
    Proxy user ID:
    Proxy user Password:

    Access points \ Tracfone Multimedia Message

    Connection name: Tracfone Multimedia Message
    Access point name: att.mvno
    User name:
    Password:

    Access points \ Tracfone Multimedia Message \ IP configuration

    Network type: IPv4
    Auto retrieve IP: (Checked)
    Phone IP address:
    Auto retrieve DNS: (Checked)
    Primary DNS address:
    Secondary DNS address:
    DNS Address: Automatic
    IPv6 Primary DNS address:
    IPv6 Secondary DNS address:

    Access points \ Tracfone Multimedia Message \ Proxy

    Send proxy settings: (Checked)
    Proxy Name:
    Logical Proxy ID: 2
    Proxy server address: proxy.mvno.tracfone.com
    Proxy port number: 80
    Address that are not using proxy:
    Network AP Connected to proxy: Tracfone Multimedia Message
    Homepage: http://mmsc.cingular.com
    Proxy user ID:
    Proxy user Password:

    Access points \ Tracfone Internet

    Connection name: Tracfone Internet
    Access point name: att.mvno
    User name:
    Password:

    Access points \ Tracfone Internet \ IP configuration

    Network type: IPv4
    Auto retrieve IP: (Checked)
    Phone IP address:
    Auto retrieve DNS: (Checked)
    Primary DNS address:
    Secondary DNS address:
    DNS Address: Automatic
    IPv6 Primary DNS address:
    IPv6 Secondary DNS address:

    Access points \ Tracfone Internet \ Proxy

    Send proxy settings: (Not checked)
    Proxy Name:
    Logical Proxy ID:
    Proxy server address:
    Proxy port number:
    Address that are not using proxy:
    Network AP Connected to proxy: Nothing
    Homepage:
    Proxy user ID:
    Proxy user Password:

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    Any chance we could get an LG Quantum working on ST?

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    i got a nokia e71 and activated on the st site.. took out the sim on the nokia foen and put on a hd7( unlocked of course) and it worked fine internet and everything... but i returned the nokia to walmart and the deactivaed my sim... sooo i have to go buy another one and do everything again... but it works.. it dont work with the cheap fone just with smart fones...
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    So you openly admit to being an idiot and committing theft? People cant honestly be this stupid!
    iPhone 4 running on StraightTalk Wireless 3G (AT&T MVNO)


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    now now MrRomeo.... never admitted to anything... just experimenting... in the name of cheaper fone service... and why would u call me an idiot....but to each his own... the next day went and bought another nokia e71 and got it working so now im a happy straight talk customer... lol...

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    You said that you kept the sim and returned the phone, thats theft!

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    MrRomeo is right here, keeping the SIM and returning the phone is not only theft, but stupid!
    HOW TO UNLOCK AND FLASH A NET10 LG 900G
    http://forum.gsmhosting.com/vbb/f177...hread-1176052/

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    true that... went to walmart today.... and talk to some employee and returned the sim... yes i lied and told him that i must have forgotten the sim and he said that he will take car of it... so there im trying to redeem myself...lol sorry guys wont happen again... i didnt think of the sim being theft since i had paid for the service...but it is and i dont like stealing.... hope its all good with the fone gods... well at least i feel better... and i have a pretty cool e71 that it aint to shabby and a hd7 that works with straight talk...sweet...lates

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