Other Android Phones
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i’m attempting to retrieve text msgs off of an Android phone that was dropped in water. When i plug it into my computer, the device registers, but it says all files are empty. There are extremely important msgs on there that i need as evidence in a civil court case. i’m wondering where exactly on the phone the texts would be stored ( if at all ), so that i can possibly pay to have someone retrieve them.
STUCK PHONER IN MY COAT POCKET. ALONG EWITH MY GLASSES AND SUNGLASSES. I WAS RIDIONGN MY MOTORCYCLE AND SMELT SOMERTHING BURNING. MY JACKET WAS SMOKING. I ;PULLED OVER . PULLED JACKET OFF. GLASSES WEREB MERLTED $340’ SUNFGLASSES MELTED. $65,BACK OF PHONE MELTED $300 LEATHER JACKET BURNT.. I WAS THROSWN OUT OF YUOUR STORE FOR CUSSING. BUT SINCE IM OUT ROUGHLY $1000.00 INCLUDING THE PHONE I WAS A LIL UPSET AND WAS NOT GETTING HERLPED.
According to Nokia, it’s compatible with Cricket’s 5G network. I already know that the Hotspot and WiFi calling may not work, are there any other surprises in store for me?I don’t have the phone yet, so I don’t have the IMEI information.
I got a motorola g30, and I used the sim from my old moto g8. It was working fine for few minutes until I got a message saying is incompatible.I put the sim back to my moto g8 and it still doesn’t work. I checked my account and it says account suspended.How does the motorola g30 does not work if it’s a 5G phone and has the same antennas as the g8?And also, why does my service need to be suspended for this.
Good Morning, I have an Alcatel Verso. I barely get 4g speeds, it says its LTE, yet it is always painfully slow. I understand its a cheap budget phone, but that doesn’t mean I’m suppose to get 3g speeds. Along with that I’ve dug into reviews, along with other websites and found that it does not support HD Voice. Will I get a discount for upgrading, not just the $100 off. Im going to be frank, I see other carriers that offer better deals for people who trade up and stay on their service. I’ve been a AT&T customer for 6 years, 5 of that with Cricket, which I wasn’t able to get a deal because I was switching from the parent company.
My phone broke and figured I'd buy a cheap phone until I get the next flagship that appeals to me. I settled on the Pixel 4a. Although I had some reservations from reviews:Some said slow (MKB)Some said the video was bad and the audio wasn't greatJust one cameraIt's smallSo the results?When I first got it one thing stood out: This phone is slippery as #*! I needed to get a case right away as a drop was coming.The speed? It's very fast compared to older phones. I think tech reviewers are used to comparing top line products and not realizing users upgrade from older phones. The speed on this phone is great.Fingerprint censor is great and super responsiveAudio is loud when listening to music, which surprised me. Many said it was weak. But the sound from recordings is pretty bad. I often record audio (guitar/songs) and it's very tinny...so that's a bummer.The battery is very good! I am pleasantly surprised. I always get an all day use with room to spare.The size is small, but as I said, it
Just to get this out of the way. EVERY single staff member at Cricket and Asurion has been very nice, professional. Unfortunately, they all think they have solved the issue by the time we conclude our conversation. Which is not the case in my situation.CLAIM: My device is not eligible for a screen repair, so it has to be replaced for a $40 deductible even with $8 a month for the protection. So I need to replace my now nearly dysfunctional LG Fortune 3 because the screen is shattered due to a naked phone (I was in the process of putting on a complete device protector) accidental hit caused it to sail across the room, bounce end over end over end on a ceramic tiled floor.Filed many claims since May 6th: I’ve applied online, over the phone and in person for a claim. I have been using the LG Fortune 3 Android 10 (I’ll refer to it as F3A10) since July 22, 2020 when my roommate upgraded me (I’m a second line on his account) through Cricket from an LG Fortune Android 6.1 (I’ll refer to it as
The Oneplus 9 announcements reminded me that I seriously considered getting the OP7Pro, along with Galaxy Note 9, Xiaomi Mi 9T, and Nubia Z20. My search criteria on gsmarena was "notchless OLED".Price, updates, and local warranty were the crucial factors why the other phones ultimately didn't get the rose. The Mi 9T woulda been the one if they officially sold them in Canada, though I think about "What coulda been" with the Note 9 the most.Which phones were your final candidates, and how did you decide which ones didn't make the cut?
I was having issues connecting to my icloud email while using Outlook. Off my 5 email accounts, 4 worked, but the icloud on did not when I was using the mobile hot spot. After speaking with customer service for quite a while, there was still no solution. However, long story short, after fumbling around, I did end up solving the problem. I logged onto the device user interface online (hotspot.webui) and under the security option, clicked to allow email (Initially, only http and https were clicked to allow). That seemed to do the trick.
I have read that these phones support 4G+ and 4G itself, and when I put in my EMEI to check if I can use these phones on the Cricket wireless network, it had stated that 3G is no longer supported. If it supposedly can use 4G and beyond, how come it isn’t compatible, or is there something I am missing?
I have 4 lines and I need to reset the voicemail passcode for one of them. When I go to account settings and click the reset passcode link for that phone number, the text is sent to one of the other lines on my account (always the same one). Does anyone know how to fix this?
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