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    Unhappy How do you take the ATT Logo Off the Phone????

    Hi i just recently got the LG1150 from ATT Wireless....I want to take off the logo on the phone....Does anyone know how to do this????

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    Re: How do you take the ATT Logo Off the Phone????

    Originally posted by poopoo916
    Hi i just recently got the LG1150 from ATT Wireless....I want to take off the logo on the phone....Does anyone know how to do this????
    Do you literally mean on the phone itself rather than to remove the operator logo? Sometimes fingernail polish (non acetone type) will do it.
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    I mean the logo that is in the phone when you open up the face and it says ATT wireless...on the screen...sorry if i am confusing you

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    Re: Re: How do you take the ATT Logo Off the Phone????

    Originally posted by littlefuzzbear
    Do you literally mean on the phone itself rather than to remove the operator logo? Sometimes fingernail polish (non acetone type) will do it.
    LOL, I was gonna reply back with the same answer..
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    well it will go off if you start to roam on cingulars network or if you change carriers you wont have the att logo then

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    Originally posted by SpeshulEd
    well it will go off if you start to roam on cingulars network or if you change carriers you wont have the att logo then
    Do you really think that's what he was asking? AT&T's logo of course will go away and be replaced by the carrier you're using.

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    duuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh


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    You wanna remove the ATT Logo from the phone? Heres how:

    Cancel your ATT Service. Pay $175.
    Get a new service using that phone.

    Repeat as necessary.

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    You guys are wrong, at least with my Samsung A177 that is "unlocked" but still shows that dumb ATT movie when turned on. I've had TMobile for a year, and still the dumb ATT movie.

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    Your post might have been useful 8 years ago when this thread was started.
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