Nope. Read the post above yours again. Sprint and Verizon will only unlock for international use. They don't use Gevey which is an entirely different unlock method (helps to include such details in your OP).It was a Verizon phone, unlocked with gevey sim method. Guy I bought it from was using a TMO sim (gsm) so I thought it'd work. Major my bad moment.
That's what I'm saying, though - that post was wrong. It is a Verizon phone, unlocked by a new Gevey sim called Gevey Ultra S unlock. CDMA phone unlocked to work with American GSM (i.e. Straight Talk). I have it up and running 100%, voice, 3g data, sms, mms, iMessage, etc.Nope. Read the post above yours again. Sprint and Verizon will only unlock for international use. They don't use Gevey which is an entirely different unlock method (helps to include such details in your OP).
Gotcha, I see the distinction now, sorry. Yes, it is only unlocked via the Gevey sim, without it it's just a Verizon phone. Sorry about the poor wording. Aware of the update issues, will probably be screwed when io6 drops :-/ At least until they figure it out (if they do). For now it is working, thinking about selling it and buying a regular AT&T version...plus I think with an AT&T model I would get faster speeds (HSPA+). Unsure though because it is working flawlessly right now.My post was referring to official unlocks.
A "Gevey SIM" is a device that you put into a locked iPhone.
Your post was misleading because you said that you bought an "unlocked CDMA phone", not a locked phone with an unlocking device.
If you take the Gevey SIM out of the device, it'll be locked.
If you update the device, the Gevey SIM may stop working.
I have a Verizon blacklisted IMEI iPhone 4s and understand I cant use it on Verizon...what Gevey Sim Ultra S unlock SIM would I need to get in order to use it on Straight Talk? The ultra S GSM or Ultra S or CDMA? Any possible issues I might come across?Just in case anyone wanted to know - this IS possible with the new gevey sim ultra s unlock. I have a Verizon 4s working with my straight talk service right now
LolShe has an iphone now, does that count? Sorry, please point me in the right direction.
The original Incredible was not a world phone. CDMA only radio so no SIM card slot.Lol
Hey as long as she's using an iphone now
I wish I had any clue if the verizon HTC Incredible can be unlocked for GSM use.
Does it even have a sim slot? Can verizon or another 3rd party seller unlock it?
Maybe others here know more.