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|07-14-2016, 17:48||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Colorado, USA
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Yes, but as stated, without a clean cert it wont work. Simply changing the IMEI will render the phone/modem without service, because the new IMEI doesnt match the certificate thats currently on the phone. As stated the Verizon and Sprint certs are harder, and more costly, to come by, mainly cause they cant be read from the phones themselfs, only written to.