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chims
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Registered: ‎08-15-2014
My Device: 9930

How to fix my 9930

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Hey how do u debrand or flush the blackberry 9930.my phone is unlocked for any GSM now the difficult am hvin using the verizon Blackberry is tht is internet locked please help me

 

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sdgardne
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Registered: ‎11-28-2008
My Device: Z30, Z10 & Q10 (10.2.2.1531), Playbook (2.1.0.1526)

Re: How Formal Support Works

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chims wrote:
Hey how do u debrand or flush the blackberry 9930.my phone is unlocked for any GSM now the difficult am hvin using the verizon Blackberry is tht is internet locked please help me

Hello,

 

Please clarify exactly what you wish to do. For example, if your device truly is unlocked, then there is nothing further to do. If you are asking about the initial carrier "splash screen", you cannot change that, but it also means only that the device was originally manufactured for that carrier, and has no impact on using the device on another carrier as long as you've properly unlocked it.

Anyway, please be more specific. I cannot tell what you mean by "debrand", "flush", nor "internet locked". Please describe exactly what you see, and exactly on what screen you see it.

 

Also be aware that many evil sellers try to sell, especially to India, devices made for VZW, Sprint, or other USA CDMA carriers, and quite often these can never be used in India, no matter what you try to do.

 

Thanks and let us know!


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