Phones & Devices
So. I use to be an At&t member. But I decided to pay a cheaper price for unlimited data. So, I moved to cricket. I HAD an iPhone I got through att that I owed money on. I just paid it off, and I want to use that phone at cricket. Can I do that? I don’t care if I have to unlock it, but I want to know if I can put my cricket phone number onto an iPhone I bought on att.
We have Galaxy Prime phones obtained two years ago from Cricket when we opened our account. Today we received an upgraded modem from our internet provider with 5G and 2G options. The Galaxy Prime phones do not read the 5G signal whereas all our other devices (MacBook, PC and an Apple iPad) immediately read the 5G signal. We can only see and connect to the 2G signal.What can we do to get the 5G signal on our Primes? We already have tried the "connect to another network" option and manually typed in the modem's 5G address--no response.
I bought a new phone as an upgrade to my present phone. I have received it and am trying to following the instructions to activate the phone. I would like to keep the same phone number for this phone.I have inserted the sim card and charged the phone. I then go to the activation page located at https://www.cricketwireless.com/activate.html and enter my order number off the invoice and the listed telephone number (which is the same one as the old phone). Click on the "Activate" button and then almost immediately get a notice that "Service Not Available".I am stumped as to what to do now as I cannot seem to get the new phone activated.Any help would be appreciated.
I just installed the Oreo update on my Cricket-branded Galaxy S7 yesterday; it has a security patch date of April 1, 2018. My question is, does this update resolve the reports from earlier this month that the GS7 is vulnerable to the Meltdown vulnerability? I'm concerned about this issue, but none of the reports I've read across multiple sources even clarify whether this involves GS7's with Qualcomm chips, Samsung Exynos chips, or both. (All GS7's legitimately sold in the U.S., including the official Cricket model, should have Qualcomm chips.) I've heard that recent security updates may have blocked some variants of Meltdown and/or Spectre, but apparently not the one first reported in August.
I was thinking about upgrading my phone to one that has more internal memory since between Android 6.0 (two versions behind) with all its junk apps and all the junk apps that Samsung put on the phone take nearly all of the internal memory of the current phone I own leaving me less than 1GB for apps I would like to have on the phone, Well, in any case, I was thinking about upgrading to the Samsung Galaxy Amp Prime 3. On the specifications page for the phone it states "Up to 16 GB internal storage". Does that mean it comes with 16Gb of memory (minus that used by Android and Samsung) or that somewhere one has to specify how much memory one wants when ordering.Thanks for any response. :-)
Hey, I want to know if Indian variant or models of Moto G6 and Moto X4 work in the US when I check the wireless frequencies Moto X4 don't support certain 4G LTE frequencies of US. Can someone please help me answer the question whether they would work in the US with Cricket Wireless. Thank you.Moto X4 Indian model number: XT1900-2 and Link Moto G6 Indian Variant Model number: XT 1925 and Link
I have an LG Fortune phone which is no longer sold I find out by cricket they're defective they keep warranting them out sending me the same phone back LG Fortune when I ask to talk to somebody in power that has some Authority their supervisors have no Authority corporate has no telephone number their parent company AT&T you call their customer service you get the same customer service that you're getting at Cricket nobody can help I've been through for five LG Fortune phones since March does anybody have a direct number of somebody in America that can help at Cricket Wireless help
Hi,So I've got an office where they are attempting to group message. 4-5 out of the 6 people are using some form of iPhone, some as old as the iPhone 4s I believe, but all the way up to the iPhone 6+. One of the users has an AT&T Samsung Note 5, and is extremely happy with it. When attempting to send group messages they run into issues where iMessage doesn't let them add the Android user because he isn't an iMessage registered user.Some of the Apple users were able to receive the messages from the Android user as a group text, while others don't get it. Then some of the iPhone users won't get other iPhone users messages properly in group, some of which will get them as individual SMS direct messages.What gives!? In 2016 I can't believe text messaging is so broken. Of course I'd blame Apple's inclusion of trying to force iMessage down peoples throats and being such a walled garden to not allow messages to pass to/from android users easier considering it is a standard Apple didn't cr
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