CDMA iphone compatible with Sprint? Maybe so…

| February 17, 2011 | 1 Reply

It seems the CDMA version of the iphone, that’s ¬†exclusively on Verizon now, was unlocked and working on a Chinese telecom CDMA network. Though there isn’t much detail to how did they did it, they explained that they jailbreaked the phone and then changed around the settings somehow to where they could make calls over their network. To those on Sprint’s network who would like to have this iconic phone, this maybe an alternative to waiting. Of course, the company would have to release information on how they did it first and there’s also the part where you would have to buy the phone outright at $649.99 or $749.99 respectively. So I would hold on to my horses first before diving in and see if new information comes up and how the Chinese telecom was able to change the settings. If this turns up and gets posted, how many of you would buy the iphone and use it on Sprint? Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

Source: GizmoCrunch

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  • Brian says:

    Isn’t this part of the esn cloning? How many devices are flashed? Say I’ve got the iPhone, and the EVO ESN, sprint will activate it showing an EVO but it’s really the iPhone?

    I’m sure it’ll be done soon.