Phones & Devices
I bought a new moto g power 2021 about 6 weeks ago and the only issue I have is serious connectivity issues. When I'm actually able to connect to the internet it is short lived. I'm constantly receiving error message saying network issue. I've always had LG devices and never had a problem like this. I've done the restart device. I've done the clear cache. I've done the reset APN. I've done the soft reset... What's left other than hard reset?Can anyone offer me any advice?
I can’t set up voicemail. When I call voicemail it says my voicemail isn’t set up. When I go into setup voicemail through settings it asks for my voicemail number which shows as a totally different number. But if I enter that totally different number, it tells me there is no mailbox for that number. If I enter my actual phone number, it tells me there’s no mailbox for that number either.
Will the new Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G (Factory Unlocked) be compatible for use on the Cricket Network?I don't need to see the compatibility list. This phone is a new release. Cricket does sell the S21 FE 5G, but my fiancé ordered the 256gb unlocked version directly from Samsung.
I know someone asked this, but that post hasn’t been touched in months. Is there any fix to this problem? Blizzard support told me that there is a code on our phone numbers that makes their system reject our number. They are saying that the only way we can bypass this is if we get new numbers and they cannot do anything at all on their end. Has there been any updates to this problem?
I have a Samsung Z fold 2. I have not been able to call out or receive calls for 3 days now. I've had Samsung look at the phone and they say it is a carrier issue. I've put a friend's SIM card in my unlocked phone, and hers works in my phone. Cricket can't seem to give me answers. Anyone else??
unihertz jelly pro not listed as compatible with 5G--will be changing service if cricket doesn't quit the cash grab
Keep getting texts/interrupted calls that my phone doesn’t support 5G/4G LTE. It clearly does (as multiple other services have confirmed). Since Cricket’s whitelist is nothing more than a cash-grab attempt to force customers to buy phones they don’t need, will be switching services unless tech support actually starts acting like tech support and adding ALL phones that qualify to their whitelist rather than lying about a phone’s capabilities.
I recently purchased an unlocked Moto G100 5G phone directly from Motorola. I verified the phone’s IMIE number via the cricket website, which said it was compatible. But when I transferred the SIM from my old Moto Power G phone (approx 18 months old) into the Moto G100 5G phone, I am only connected to the 4G network. I reside in the Dallas, TX commuting area where 5G is available. Do I need to order another SIM card from cricket in order to get my new phone connected to the 5G network? the Moto G100 5G phone did download software from the cricket network and I did reboot it both times it downloaded software from cricket. But it still remains connected to the 4G network. What else do I need to do in order to connect to the 5G network
Is there a way to fix the issue with the S22 hotspot. It is not working. I know it has been listed on a list of compatible devices but Is cricket going to add this feature? I've called customer service twice and they told me the phone should work woth hotspot based on the iemi but I could not get it to work, the second time the person was ugly about it and said I should have bought from cricket to get a working Hotspot. They did the same thing when I switched to cricket. They told me in store the phone I had would not work even though it was compatible and sold me a truly terrible phone so i went to the at&t phone i had and it did work. I know they wanna make their money, but I also dont like that an existing customer has to pay full price plus an upgrade fee just for a phone. I bought my phone unlocked as it was compatible with cricket based on the iemi, but it was the newest galaxy on the market and I don't enjoy spending an obscene amount of money for a new phone every year and
I am wanting to purchase a Samsung Galaxy note. But I do not see it online in the cricket phones available. But I can find it on other websites. I know it was offered through cricket before for purchase. I like to get rhe insurance provided, if I purchase from another retailer can I still get rhe cricket coverage. When I first got cricket, like 5 years ago.. it had to be a cricket phone, to receive the insurance. please and thank you
I got a notice to update my phone and that I needed to be connected to wifi to do so. I agreed and my samsung A32 started to update and when completed my phone starts to turn on until the cricket “something to smile about” logo comes up and then shuts off, then repeats over and over. What can I do? Ive tried to hold the on/off button and that changes nothing. When I hold down both volume up and volume down with the start button some warning message comes up stating a custom OS can cause critical problems in phone and installed applications - if you want to download a custom OS, press the volume up key, otherwise press the volume down key to cancel...please help what should I do?
Hi everyone, I have a Galaxy s20 plus. When I receive messages while phone is off, it does not display the time the message was received, but when the phone was turned on. This is only occurring with txt not mms. Using built-in samsung messaging. The attached image is what I received from Cricket via Facebook Messagner Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
my free phone the cricket debut which i received for the acp program did a update and now will just power on and off showing the powered by android screen. I tried getting into the reboot/ safeboot and once i have that menu show it just restarts into the boot loop without allowing a selection to be made. went into a store like i was told i could when i signed up for it at a local event, they didnt even here out our issue and said they dont help with acp phones and that i needed to cancel and reapply to get a new phone because they dont fix them.
Hi,I got my Google Pixel 6a phone today, and was super excited to try it out, but after inserting my cricket wireless sim, I got an SMS saying this model is not supported by Cricket.I got on a call with customer service, and provided them with my IMEI number, but all they said is they do not support this model.Does anyone know if cricket will support Pixel 6a or how long does it usually take Cricket to support a new device? I need to decide if I should be returning my Pixel 6a :(
I got the free Dream 5G yesterday. It's fast, looks sharp, but after using it for a day I've noticed it will randomly restart itself. I cannot figure it out. I have downloaded all kinds of memory and system stability testing programs to try and find corrupt ram. But they all check out. Is Android system WebView the culprit again?? It will be fine for hours and hours. Then I'll be laying down and hear it just randomly restart and check the system uptime, sure enough...yeah crashed. It has the latest update. I don't wanna return the phone, but I'm about to because it's displaying symptoms of corrupt ram or graphics corruption. I'm starting to see why they're giving them away for free. I reset the phone to see if I could make it stable with just 1 Google account. Or maybe the transfer from the previous device didn't go smooth. So I reset it. *The only clue I have is some kind of omapc message after the reboot." It's a nice phone, but if it doesn't sort it out or someone can
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