The Pay As You Go phone repair option offered by Cloud Flasher is for wireless dealers expanding into the flash sector or for smaller dealers that perform less than 10 flashes monthly. Get a low (per usage) rate on remote phone repair. This simply could not be further from the truth. Remotesquad has developed a way to flash cell phones so that in most cases, the phone works 100% the way it did when you had it on the original carrier. We have sent our software out to 100′s of stores across the nation. A lot of people want to know about repair to another carrier. Ever leave home without your cell phone? For most of us, the answer these days is no. I think I’d be more comfortable leaving home without my pants on. I feel more naked with no cell phone. The cell phone has become our portal to the world and we pretty much have one with us at all times. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes. This generally is or is understood to be downloading the carrier files from the carrier you want to use, such as cricket or metropcs, to your phone. Note however that this does not work for all carriers however. The basic reason why it won't work for all carriers is because your phone has certain numbers associated with it's hardware such as serial numbers, ESN numbers, MEID numbers, etc... that are preset and designed so that they, the carriers, only want you to be able to use your phone with the carrier you purchased from. For example if you purchased from Verizon, then you will have a Verizon ESN. The way it works is all of the carriers have a database of these numbers, ESN numbers, that they use when granting service. If your particular ESN number isn't in their database, then the programming will deny you access. All of the stores that use our software are fully trained, and fully capable of repair your device. This is a quick tutorial on how to reduce the flash for your cell phone camera. If your flash is too bright, your pictures will look washed out. Reduce the flash by using a piece of paper to dim the flash and improve the quality of your photos. To find a store near you that can flash the phone to Cricket or Page Plus, simply go to our STORE FINDER. Verizon, in particular, is able to charge a premium for its service because it has a very solid network, as you mentioned in your question. The network footprint is large, so people all over the country can access it from almost anywhere.. The compass-advice is seriously confused. First, whether the end you rub end up being the north end or the south end, depends on where the north-pole is on the magnet you rub against, you’ll thus have to guess (but it’s not hard since the sun gives you a rough idea what side is south) Second, the north-end of a compass points north on *both* sides of the equator. What do you imagine happens ? Do compasses suddenly make a 180 degree flip once you step over the equator ? I think the better deal for you right now might be to upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE. Best Buy is running a three-week promotion that started July 29 and will end August 25. This promotion will allow you to get the Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE for free with a two-year contract on Verizon. This phone is currently being sold by Verizon for $100 with a two-year contract and online discount.The offer for a free Galaxy Nexus 4G is available only if you buy your smartphones from Best Buy. Taking that all into consideration, I still think Page Plus is a great deal and is likely a great option for you if you're trying to keep your costs as low as possible. I'd even recommend that you consider some of Page Plus' less-expensive plans. For $29 a month you can get 1,200 voice minutes, 3,000 text messages and 100MB of data. Since you're going to be a college student, it's very likely And the service is generally reliable. Verizon has consistently gotten high marks from consumer groups for this reason.


Whether in a boat, on a plane, traveling through Africa, taking a road trip, or backpacking the Rockies, our cell phone has become a regular piece of Every Day Carry (EDC). pitty you didn’t get an LED light. manny smartphones would have one that doubbles as a flashlight.. with the copper wire and magnets you could produce some electricity, that should be enough to light up the LED, to help that mirror signal even during a moonless night. But I guess that would crave more parts. I think it’s pretty safe to say that we will probably have our cell phone with us if ever faced with a tragic survival situation. It’s also not hard to imagine that it might not be working. Regardless of the reason, a broken or busted cell phone is STILL an amazing collection of pieces and parts that, with a little insight and creativity, can be used to help meet a surprising number of basic survival needs. How do I know this? I busted open a handful of cell phones to find out. Great list, but I hope I never have to use any of these tips. I would have to be in really dire straights to do this to my iPhone. That said, since I’m on AT&T the phone becomes a paperweight as soon as I step off the pavement so maybe it would be better served as a spear and mirror anyway. Thanks for something to think about!