Friday, February 13, 2015

Hard Reset / Factory Data Reset LG L70 D323 Phone

Hard Reset LG L70 D323

  1. Press Power button to switch off device. Reset LG L70 D320N
  2. Then press and hold Volume Down + Power buttonReset LG L70 D320N
  3. Once LG logo Flash, release the Power Key. Then Hold the Power Key again.
  4. Now phone will start hard reset process so wait patiently. Use the Volume Key to Select "YES" and Power Key to Select.
  5. Done, you can now work on device.
Video: 
WARNING !
Hard Reset will erase all of your data
All described operations you are doing at your own risk.

USA carriers make it easier to unlock your phone (Samsung, Apple iPhones, LG, etc.)

A padlock on top of an iPhone 5
If you've struggled with getting your carrier to unlock your phone so that you can easily travel abroad -- or, gasp, switch providers -- today is an important day. As promised, seven US networks (AT&T, Bluegrass Cellular, Cellcom, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular and Verizon) are now honoring a voluntary code of conduct that, among other things, lets you get your phone unlocked without a big fight. As a rule, carriers will agree to derestrict your phone after you've paid off your device or service contract. You'll have to ask most of them to do it, which could take up to two days. It's easier on a couple of carriers, however. Sprint will automatically unlock SIM-based cellular service on phones bought from today onward, while T-Mobile bundles an app with newer phones that lets you start the process yourself.
Just be aware that there are plenty of asterisks (the code is the carriers' idea, after all). If you're the customer of a prepaid brand like Cricket or Virgin Mobile, you may have to wait up to a year and keep service active to a "reasonable" degree. Also, Sprint will only unlock your phone for domestic use if it's a model released after February 11th; anything earlier is limited to international access. You're bound by the limits of cellular technology, too. Verizon unlocks GSM service on its phones as a matter of course, but you can't switch from GSM to CDMA unless the phone has supporting CDMA hardware (like the iPhone 6 or Nexus 6). And with few LTE frequences shared between American telecoms, you'll likely lose fast data.
It's important to note that you don't have to go through your telco to get this done. Thanks to last year's cellphone unlocking law, you're allowed to get your phone unlocked without your carrier's explicit say-so. The catches? You'll almost certainly have to pay, and there won't be much consistency in their policies. The big advantage of the code of conduct is that you now have an easily accessible and reliable (if not always trouble-free) way to jump ship with your existing handset.
[Image credit: The To, Shutterstock]

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Apple iPhone Find My iPhone Activation Lock: Removing a device from a previous owner’s account Instructions

If the device has already been erased

If the device has already been erased, but is still linked to the previous owner’s account, you'll be prompted for the previous owner’s Apple ID and password during the device setup and activation process (shown below).
       
If the previous owner is with you and can access the device
Ask them to enter their Apple ID and password on the Activate iPhone screen (shown above) to remove the device from their account. You can then proceed through the rest of the device setup process.
If the previous owner is not present
Contact the previous owner and ask them to follow these steps to remove the device from their account:
  1. Sign in to their iCloud account at www.icloud.com/find.
  2. Click All Devices to open a list of devices linked to their account, then select the device to be removed. It should show a gray dot or the word “Offline” next to the device name.
  3. Click "Remove from Account" to remove the device from their account.
After the device is removed from the previous owner’s account, turn the device off by pressing and holding the Sleep/Wake button located on the top-right side of the device. Then restart your device and proceed with device setup as you would normally. 

If the device has not been erased

If the device hasn't been erased, you'll be able to access either the Home or Lock screen as shown below.
       
If the previous owner is with you and can access the device
Ask them to erase all content and settings by choosing Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings. They'll need to provide their Apple ID and password. After the device is erased, you'll can proceed with the device setup process.
If the previous owner is not present
Make sure the device is powered on and connected to a Wi-Fi or cellular network. Then contact the previous owner and ask them to follow these steps to remove the device from their account:
  1. Sign in to their iCloud account at www.icloud.com/find.
  2. Click All Devices to open a list of devices linked to their account, then select the device to be removed.
  3. Click the Erase button to erase all content and settings from the device. When prompted, don't enter a phone number or message. Click Next until the device is erased.
  4. When the erase is complete, click "Remove from Account" to remove the device from the account.
After the device is erased and removed from the account, you can proceed with the device setup process.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

AT&T APN Settings & MMS Settings for Android Phones – updated 2014-2015

aving issues sending and receiving mms messages?  Here are the apn, mms, 3G, and 4G connection settings required for android and straight talk smart phones. There has been alot of outdated information out there on the internet and what makes matters even worse, mobile customer service reps are not knowledgeable enough to help you – the paying customer.
Try the settings located under the Updated Information heading. We also have provided a link to customers who are on the straight talk plan. As always we enjoy helping those in need. If you would like to see more tutorials listed on our site, don’t be shy, send us an email.

AT&T Customers – Updated Settings 6.23.2014


Setup new Access Point using the settings below:
1, Go to phone settings —> more… —>mobile networks —>Access Point Names and delete all the existing APNs.  
2. Create a new APN using the + icon or related options … then,  enter the settings below
Name: ATT Phone
APN: phone
Proxy: Not set
Port: Not set
Username: Not set
Password: Not set
Server: Not set
MMSC: http://mmsc.mobile.att.net
MMS Proxy: proxy.mobile.att.net
MMS port: 80
MCC: 310
MNC: 410
Authentication type: None
APN type: default,mms,supl
APN protocol: IPv4
APN roaming protocol: IPv4
Bearer: Unspecified
Mobile Virtual network operator: Not set
3. Restart phone — 
4. Check Internet and MMS Capabilities

Straight Talk Customers Only !

(Follow the instructions below)


Option 1 — try this link  –> http://www.straighttalk.com/wps/portal/home/support/apn

Before we start –

1. Go into the Hangouts Application and navigate to –>settings–>SMS
2. Make sure the Turn on SMS checkbox is delected ( not checked )
3. Go to phone settings —> more… —>mobile networks —>Access Point Names and delete all the existing APNs.  .. Proceed to option 2 

Option 2 – At&t Customers

Name: straight talk
APN: tfdata
Proxy: Not Set
Port: Not Set
Username: Not Set
Password: Not Set
Server: Not Set
MMSC: http://mms-tf.net
MMS Proxy: mms3.tracfone.com
MMS Port: 80
MCC: 310
MNC:410
Auth Type: PAP
APN type: default,supl,mms,hipri
IPv4
IPv4
Bearer:uspecified
MVNO type: None
Reboot your phone by powering it off and then back on.
Test your MMS and Internet Settings

T-Mobile Customers

Name: straight talk
APN: wap.tracfone
Proxy: Leave blank
Port: 8080
Username: Not Set
Password: Not Set
Server: Not Set
MMSC: http://mms.tracfone.com
MMS Proxy: Leave blank
MMS Port: Leave blank
Save your new APN.
Reboot your phone by powering it off and then back on.
Test your MMS and Internet Settings

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Saturday, July 6, 2013

Bypass Activation Wizard Instructions for Samsung i405 Stratosphere Verizon Wireless Phone

*#83786633 ..... Then Press "HOME" Key

This activates the 'soft keys' which allows you to press the home key and get to the OS skipping activation .

Friday, May 17, 2013

Samsung Galaxy Note II / 2 Hard Reset

Power off the Galaxy Note2 N7100. Press and hold both Volume Up + Home+power on. In the recovery menu select wipe data factory reset with Volume button. Press power to confirm.

Reset the Galaxy Note 2 device: press and hold the Power/Reset/Lock key for 10-15 seconds.
Reset you Note II Your N7100 Android device freezes or has fatal errors

If your device freezes or hangs, you may need to close programs or reset the device to regain functionality. If your device is frozen and unresponsive, press and hold the Power key for 10-15 seconds. The device will reboot automatically.

If this does not solve the problem, perform a factory data reset. In Idle mode, open the application list and select

Monday, April 8, 2013

AT&T Responds To T-Mobile’s New Rate Plans With “Who Cares"


T-Mobile’s CEO hit hard against the current state of wireless subsidized sales stating “this is the biggest crock of shit I’ve ever heard in my entire life.” AT&T shrugged off the attacks on their network and business plan with a simple “whatever.”
Sprint offered up a slightly more embellished statement on today’s T-Mobile news:
“Sprint gives its customers the best of both worlds with Truly Unlimited 4G LTE data on smartphones and the best value for customers with a savings of $110 over T-Mobile when comparing the total cost of ownership over two years for the 16 GB version of the Samsung Galaxy SIII,” Sprint said. “In addition, true no term contract options are available with Virgin Mobile, Boost Mobile and Sprint As You Go.”
According to AllThingsD, Verizon wasn’t immediately available for comment

New iPhone 5S Prototype Leaked In Pictures


GSMArena has revealed a bunch of iPhone 5S "prototype" images sourced from a tipster, and speculates as to whether they could bear any kind of resemblance to the Cupertino company’s forthcoming seventh-gen smartphone. Revealing a curved display and form factor akin to the product outlined in a patent Apple was granted just days ago, it may well just be that an individual with Photoshop skills has decided to take advantage of the circumstances, but with many sources suggesting Apple’s next iPhone could hit the market in a matter of a couple of months, it’s certainly worth checking out.
It always seems suspicious when a leaker of what could be a significant device can somehow be among the first to get their hands on it, yet cannot seem to locate a decent camera to take a snap of it. Unfortunately here, the images of the alleged prototype suffer from the same dose of the VGA syndrome, and it’s very hard to make anything out under the overlay of what looks like intentional mist.
Despite the issues with the image itself, the device illustrated suggests a radical redesign from the current iPhone 5′s form factor. As aforementioned, the curved display slopes toward the edges, while the omni-present home button is also notably missing. The back of the device looks to share the same color scheme as the darker of the two current flagship iPhones, with that Black & Slate combination working to a pleasing aesthetic effect.
iPhone 5S prototype 1

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If this so-called prototype does indeed reflect a future iPhone, it’s unlikely to be the next one; but if it is, I think we can safely bet it won’t be denoted the "S" moniker. Both the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4S have remained almost identical to their respective predecessors, and unless the fruit company is planning a break from tradition, I think this would have to down as "big" release warranting a full number increase.
iPhone 5S prototype 2
The idea of a curved display within a product such as the much-hyped iWatch, would seem a great deal more plausible. Back in February, reports suggested as much, and although the possibility of the recent patent filing manifesting itself in a product at some point, it probably won’t be just yet.
(Source: GSMArena)

Thursday, April 4, 2013

LG Optimus G2 Spotted With Snapdragon 800 Processor, Headed To T-Mobile


Benchmark filings for handsets are something we’ve long since gotten used to seeing for phones that are expected and/or phones that are rumored. Which is why we’re somewhat surprised, albeit delighted to see a benchmark filing for a device we didn’t expect. The LG D801 is a mystery device and about all we can tell from the filing is that it has a Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974) processor and a resolution of 1794 x 1080. The benchmark result show the device as outperforming the HTC One and the iPad 4, two devices that now sit atop the benchmark charts.
Further details about the D801 are coming up sparse but what really caught our attention was the build name: “g2_tmo_us.” That’s the kind of build name we see on devices that are heading stateside to T-Mobile’s store shelves. Given that this is a LG device, could we be looking at the Optimus G2 on Tmo?
It’s a guess based on less than perfect information so take it as such, not to mention it’s the first time I’ve seen the G2 come up for Magenta shelves. That said, I would welcome the Optimus G2 from our T-Mobile and LG overlords if that’s in fact what this device is sitting side-by-side with the HTC One andGalaxy S 4 on store shelves.

Friday, December 7, 2012

T-Mobile to Start Selling Apple iPhone 5, 5S, 6 from 2013


T-Mobile USA will distribute Apple Inc.'s AAPL -2.63% iPhone next year, a deal that will fill a major gap in the fourth-largest U.S. wireless carrier's product lineup even as the carrier makes a radical move to eliminate popular subsidies of the expensive device.
T-Mobile USA will distribute Apple's iPhone next year, a deal that will fill a major gap in the fourth-largest U.S. wireless carrier's product lineup. Spencer Ante reports on Digits. Photo: Getty Images.
T-Mobile is the only major U.S. wireless carrier that doesn't offer the iPhone, and its executives have cited that omission as a key reason T-Mobile continues to lose valuable contract customers to competitors. But unlike its rivals, starting next year T-Mobile USA said it won't subsidize the price of the iPhone and other phones it sells.
Instead, T-Mobile will require customers to pay full price for the device, provide their own device, or buy the phone on an installment plan with a down payment plus 20 months of interest-free payments. Still, customers will see some savings because the new service plans are cheaper than the older service plans, which subsidized the devices.
European Pressphoto Agency
T-Mobile executives have blamed the lack of the iPhone as a key reason that the carrier continues to lose valuable contract customers.
A low-entry unsubsidized iPhone costs about $650, while other models with more memory cost more. T-Mobile said 80% of its new customers are currently signing up for these lower-priced "Value Plans."
The move by T-Mobile to wrap the iPhone into its new pricing model comes as other wireless carriers around the world begin to shift away from the long-held practice of subsidizing devices. Major wireless carriers in the U.S. and overseas tend to subsidize the cost of each iPhone by hundreds of dollars, in return for locking in customers for two-year contracts as carriers try to make up for the upfront expense with higher monthly service fees over the course of a contract.
T-Mobile and parent Deutsche Telekom AG DTE.XE -1.92% said the agreement with Apple will close a key competitive gap.
"We have now added the final piece to the jigsaw to boost the competitiveness of T-Mobile USA sustainably," Deutsche Telekom Chairman and CEO RenĂ© Obermannsaid.
New T-Mobile USA CEO John Legere said that a certain number of customers won't come to T-Mobile stores if the company didn't have the iPhone. Mr. Legere added that it would launch an Apple product in "several months."
The terms of the deal with Apple weren't announced, but Deutsche Telekom said the cost of the deal was one factor that would depress its cash flow in 2013. To get the iPhone, Sprint Nextel Corp. S +0.09% had to commit to purchasing $15.5 billion worth of the Apple product over a four-year period.
"We worked very, very hard for a deal that made sense," said Mr. Legere, who added the deal would boost cash flow and earnings in2014. "This is not a volume commitment the size of what Sprint agreed to or anything close to it."
Even though T-Mobile didn't have an agreement with Apple to sell the iPhone, it has been trying recently to lure iPhone users whose contracts have lapsed with AT&T Inc.T -0.19% Mr. Legere said it has more than 1.7 million iPhones running on its network today.
The iPhone made for AT&T can also work on T-Mobile because it runs on similar network technology. But since AT&T's network uses different wireless frequencies, the iPhone on T-Mobile tends to download data at a much slower rate.
T-Mobile is now reworking its network so the migrated phones will be able to run on its higher speed network. Mr. Legere said the company would continue to "aggressively target AT&T."
The German telecom giant also said T-Mobile will spend more in the U.S. to build out its next-generation wireless network. The company plans to spend around $4.7 billion in 2013 and $3 billion in 2014 and 2015, up from an average yearly expenditure of $2.7 billion from 2010 to 2012.
Write to Spencer E. Ante at spencer.ante@wsj.com and Thomas Gryta atthomas.gryta@dowjones.com