@gotanmp3 When you say pins do you mean the pin number we use to log into our Boost Mobile accounts?
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@gotanmp3 I have changed our pin numbers. When he flashed them instead of them being registered with our names, they are under his name. He wants me to pay him to "FIX" it. He changed his password (which is registered to both our cells).. If I go to the Boost Mobile site and switch to another cdma cell and then wait a few and switch back to the android it should work? We can talk and text and do everything as long as we have wi-fi. When you turn off wi-fi or aren't in a wi-fi area then no 3g, no internet (it says lost connection or I need to connect network). I can make call. When I go to settings under Mobile network state it either says connecting or not connected, but it says service state in service.
Depending on how your phones were flashed, switching to another phone and then back and doing Update Profile on your phone will either fix the problem or you'll still have the same problem (but talk and text will still work). If it doesn't fix it, the phones simply weren't flashed properly and will need to be redone.If I go to the Boost Mobile site and switch to another cdma cell and then wait a few and switch back to the android it should work?
One way to look at it, grim as it sounds, is that if the person doing the flashing never gave you your donor phones, you basically got ripped off from the start.