Thanks. I figured it'd be the same process but I wasn't sure if I'd be able too get the bootloader up to flashrazorloves said:yes, you can. as long as verizon doesn't have the meid/esn blacklisted. get the meid/esn off the phone and call verizon and tell them you are wanting to make sure it's not blacklisted before purchasing. dont say anything to them about cricket. if it's good, then all you have to do is an sbf flash. follow the steps here http://www.mydroidworld.com/forums/...-droid-2-0-1-sbf-how-go-back-2-0-1-2-1-a.html
dont use the sbf file in the link above. it's old. use this one.
The easy solution I mentioned above takes care of that. Most people don't know how to use cdma workshop or qpst and they certainly wont know the nvm values and which need to to be changed"teddyearp said:I know I'm late here, but all that would be needed here was to re-write the NVM table/values and I believe after checking that the MEID is clean a simple dilaing of *228, option 3 and following the prompts would re-program the phone for VZW.
I misread your post. I thought you meant we would have to reprogram the nvram values. Regardless..."teddyearp said:So, please let me know. What is easier. Flashing an .sbf file using the ever finciky RSD Lite or simply dialing *228 from the phone that you wish to (re) activate on VZW and selecting option three and going through the prompts therein.
I have NEVER had a problem with the latter, yet have read (and experienced) multiple problems with the former. Which is the easiest?
I am always willing to learn.