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Why won't my Samsung a14 5g not connect to network
I just updated my phone. The phone won't connect to network. I've tried turning the mobile network on and off, finding the network by scanning but still no luck. On top of that, its set on talk back, which means it narrates everything. Plus it won't let me scroll down anything nor get to the app drawer. I've talked with Cricket agents but to no avail. They suggested I go to a local cricket. I don't know how much that will help. Am I missing something?
my Samsung galaxy z fold 3 5g unlocked wont activate
Byop to cricket I go thru the activation process and I put my imei in and my sim card number in and it keeps saying invalid or doesn't exist. I just bought my sim card kit from Wal-Mart with a service card.But I can't activate my phone with my new sim card kit from cricket wireless at Wal-Mart. My phone is unlocked for any carrier
Hotspot with Firewall
I have been running the best little app ever, NOROOTfirewall on my tab S7 & added it to this phone. However, with my "new" S21, hotspot only worked once or twice. After going thru support with no results, I noticed that if this app is turned on, no hotspot. Turn off firewall, hotspot is fine. I hope this helps some of you.Ron
cricket phone is stuck in boot loop!
This phone had been active and functional for over 6 months. After leaving it plugged in for the day while I was gone, I came back to it being messed up! It will NOT turn on-it's stuck in a boot loop(flashes beginning white cricket screen, then goes black, and repeats.)When I press power button for a second, it says it has 77%; but when I try to start it up (both by holding power button, and/or by the various ways of rebooting it via power and volume buttons), it flashes a screen showing the battery as dead, and needs to be plugged in. BUT refuses to acknowledge being plugged in. BTW-when I try to get to the menu by holding power and volume key, no menu will pop up- (except a screen indicating it needs to be plugged in-regardless of how much charge it previously said it had)- UNLESS it is plugged in.Also-NOTHING new has been done-NO recent updates, NO new apps downloaded; just plugged in for a full day. (I normally only charge a few hours at a time, or overnight). So what the hell??
ATT&T NON CRICKET Phone
Hi Purchased an Unlocked AT&T Samsung a42 5g phone to replace my Samsung a32 5g Cricket phone.The a42 5g is much quicker than the a32 5g phone with double the GB, 128 vs 64, the Sim card and SD card work and I have service, that's Not the Issue!How do I get the Cricket Features that are on the Samsung a32 5g Cricket phone, on the Unlocked Samsung A42 5g AT&T phone?I'm Used to the Cricket App Notifications sounds and the Cricket Ringtone I like, which is Not on the Non Cricket Samsung a42 5g phone, plus being a Cricket customer for 10 plus years, there are other things I've gotten used to on a Cricket phone. Cricket offered a Samsung A42 5g at one time, but it wasn't available when I got the A32 5g from a Cricket walk in store.HELP, Any Suggestions?
new upgrade phone won't activate
I just upgraded my phone to a galaxy s20 and it won't activate. It keeps giving me the "oops looks like we're have problems with our system. Please try again later" and I have been on and off with trying to activate it all day. Order number fine, phone number fine, and sim card is fine
Phone unlock for military member
I'm a member of the army and i read that we can get our phones unlocked due to us traveling a lot. I emailed and havent heard anything back in a week. And when I called I was told they cant help me. How do I resolve this issue before word of mouth spreads to my guys and they decide to go with other carriers and it affects crickets bottom line.
Emails not downloading
My phone recently underwent an update & since then when trying to open an email no content downloads. I've tried going into settings and made sure everything is turned on that should be and I've checked my internet connection. I've also tried removing and re-adding my email account & this doesn't seem to work, even after re-starting my phone. Additionally, I'm not able to send emails; they come back as deliverable.
Samsung galaxy S10 has been getting a little slow.
I've had this phone a few months after it's release and I've always had it protected with a phone case and screen protector. I have this screen protector that for some reason keeps "popping" when I touch it, (it doesnt happen that often but it could be a possibility) and I've been using the same screen protector for a little over a year. For the past few months my phone has been getting a little dumb and slow. My autocorrect won't correct most easy mistakes such as "xustok". I'm using that as an example but I'm having to correct it more, autocorrect used to be helpful at the start but it's a little bit useless now. Another issue I've had recently is that my keyboard has slowed down when I'm typing. It will often freeze on a few letters when I tap them and will just freeze for a couple of seconds when typing which often leads to more mistakes. Another thing is when I start typing, some letter will stay in their capital form even when I'm already two or more words into my sentence. Is th
Samsung Galaxy Halo hotspot unavailable
I had the Halo for a while and had started with the $50 plan. Now, I need a hotspot for my laptop to connect to since internet services are more than I can afford. After doing some research, I was confident that if I upgraded to the More Plan, I could simply use the hotspot that should have been included in the plan to get me by for a while. So... Why is it unavailable? The phone is on the eligible list. If I cannot get this to function, I will be needing my money back, as well as to be downgraded back to my original $50 plan, which is no longer an option to switch back to on the Cricket app. I cannot possibly afford a new phone just to get a proper hotspot going.
Galaxy S7 Oreo update & Meltdown
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.
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