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not sure where to ask this b/c it isn't device specific.

 

but i am trying to get a list of older sprint devices that are compatible and support sprint spark.

 

so far I have found

 

Galaxy S4 Mini

Samsung Galaxy S3 (SPH-L710T)

Samsung Galaxy S4 (SPH-L720T)

nexus 5
htc one max
samsung galaxy mega
 

but there are probably more than that.

I've tried searching online, and can't really find a comprensive list anywhere.

 

 

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not sure where to ask this b/c it isn't device specific.

 

but i am trying to get a list of older sprint devices that are compatible and support sprint spark.

 

so far I have found

 

Galaxy S4 Mini

Samsung Galaxy S3 (SPH-L710T)

Samsung Galaxy S4 (SPH-L720T)

nexus 5

htc one max

samsung galaxy mega

 

but there are probably more than that.

I've tried searching online, and can't really find a comprensive list anywhere.

 

Major phones off my head..

 

SGS3T

SGS4T

SGN4

SGS5

SGS6

SGS6e

SGN5

SGS6e+

 

LG G2

LG G Flex

LG G3

LG G Flex 2

LG G4

 

HTC One m8

HTC One Max

HTC One m9

HTC One A9

 

Nexus 5

Nexus 6

Nexus 5x

Nexus 6p

 

Iphone 6

Iphone 6+

iPhone 6s

iPhone 6s+

 

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