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    The respective vendors say that it needs to be jailbroken to do so isn't that just to use non apple software? I understand that Sprint is the parent company of Boost or something like that.
    04-06-2015 10:00 PM
  2. kch50428 said: Best Answer

    No, it doesn't need to be jailbroken... First - deal with Sprint - you've completed your contract with them, they are now obligated by law to remove the carrier lock on your device... once that is complete - you deal with Boost... it should be as simple as giving Boost the MEID, and installing a Boost SIM for their LTE.
  3. kch50428's Avatar
    No, it doesn't need to be jailbroken... First - deal with Sprint - you've completed your contract with them, they are now obligated by law to remove the carrier lock on your device... once that is complete - you deal with Boost... it should be as simple as giving Boost the MEID, and installing a Boost SIM for their LTE.
    04-07-2015 10:44 AM
  4. SwitchBeach's Avatar
    I thought the unlocking 'requirement' was a voluntary agreement and not a law.

    And would that apply to CMDA devices/carriers such as the iPhone 4s on Sprint? I didn't think that the iPhone 4s on Sprint had LTE.
    04-07-2015 06:27 PM

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