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nexuss4g    149

The Moto G also unlocked with full Sprint support

 

Moto G—XT1625
CDMA (850, 1900 MHz)
GSM / GPRS / EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
UMTS / HSPA+ (850, 900, 1700, 1900, 2100 MHz)
4G LTE (B1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 25, 26, 41)
Band coverage varies by model, country, and carrier.

 

http://www.motorola.com/us/products/moto-g

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jeremyvbk    620
I am sure it is easy to just flash a stock version to the device and Make it a non ad version, but with a $50 discount.

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caspar347    1,509

I wonder if Sprint will add this to the BYOD list or if it'll be relegated to prepaid.

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S4GRU    54,610

Sprint should allow any fully network capabke device BYOD nowadays, IMHO. Otherwise you're turning down revenue and angering potential customers and existing customers. Not the time to do that.

 

Using Tapatalk on Note 8.0

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caspar347    1,509

Sprint should allow any fully network capabke device BYOD nowadays, IMHO. Otherwise you're turning down revenue and angering potential customers and existing customers. Not the time to do that.

 

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Yeah. I can totally understand restricting BYOD to triband devices, but beyond that there should be no restrictions. None of the prepaid only BS. That just doesn't make sense as Sprint themselves are trying to move away from subsidies.

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etirkca    16

It'll work on BYOD.

 

 

https://www.sprint.com/landings/bring-your-own-phone/

 

Eligible devices - Coming Soon:

 

Samsung Galaxy S7 Special Edition

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Special Edition

Moto G4

Moto G4 Plus

 

 

What I'm interested to know is if CA will work properly. Or if it'll be nerfed like the Moto X PE. Also 2x or 3x CA?

 

Sent from my LGLS996 using Tapatalk

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sbolen    2,770

I'm interested in the phone from a software testing perspective for Android apps. I like that it's unlocked, I like that I can grab a 16GB variant for $125... but I'm not a fan of the Amazon crapware. How easy is this thing to root?

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jgore43    66

I bought this phone with Amazon adds.. Had them hidden within 30 minutes. Just takes disabling the Amazon apps and hiding the rest from the terminal/shell. The Amazon software being hidden persists through reboots and is just like the retail. Also have seen where the bootloader is unlockable.

 

Sent from my Moto G (4) using Tapatalk

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Scott    148

I got the Moto G with Amazon ads on Tuesday and, honestly, the lockscreen ads don't bother me. I think I've seen a full-screen ad exactly once -- the first time I turned it on. If you have any notifications, the ads only show up as a notification. Since I always have at least a coupe of notifications (SignalCheck, weather) I always get the notification-style ads and, honestly, don't even notice what product is being advertised much of the time. Well worth the price of the phone, especially as a backup phone or something. I plan on using it until the next Nexus comes out, then keep it as a backup.

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coorsleftfield    217

Can one of you test CA? It was broken on the moto x pure and still is.

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