change Samsung S2's IMEI is a piece of cake!
I changed my Samsung S2's IMEI on day one to be able on tzone!
I am glad to accept your blocked Samsung S2'
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I would unlock and sell it to a simple mobile user.
It should not be blocked because their a completely different entity than tmobile. Yes simple mobile uses tmo network as their backbone but ask yourself this. How can someone using a bad esn sprint phone be on cricket when cricket uses sprints network.
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Speaks for itself, Sprint. Try more actions and not lip service.
You know, now that I give this more thought, the deadbeat seller is guilty of false advertising. If someone misrepresents a product they sell you privately, that's fraud. Is there any legal recourse? Consider calling the local non-emergency police line to ask.
So basically, I got the phone unlocked off ebay. Now it works with an AT&t SIM. But, I'm under a contract with Tmobile for a little bit, so I'll just sell it to someone who's on AT&T, or most carriers in Canada (taking a trip back to my parents in Toronto next week). At least it will work for any of those people, just not for me.
And lesson learned: Never will I buy a phone without checking the ESN/IMEI numbers with the carriers, even if it's GSM.
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Last edited by sedds89; 12-31-2011 at 03:41 AM.
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If it was blacklisted cause of not finishing EIP payment plan , then technically it's still T-Mobile's phone till that obligation is paid off. If it was reported stolen , again they have a right to blacklist it. If they didn't then people would abuse that loop-hole and report their old phone stolen , get a new phone and sell the old phone for profit.
So again how is T-mobile the bad guy again ? They didn't sell him that phone.
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