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    BB 8830 World Edition Verizon flashed to cricket

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    HELP!

    no one seems to be able to answer this.

    I have a verizon blackberry 8830 world edition that was flashed to cricket.

    Is it possible to flash it back to verizon. Cricket told me absolutely not.

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    Wow, I didn't know a BlackBerry could be flashed to another vendor!

    I'd say that if you could load the Cricket flash onto it, you should be able to load the Vz flash back onto it.

    Be careful, flash packs are generally considered proprietary material; they usually only get out in the public when someone illegally removes them from the vendor.

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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~what was the purpose?

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    i was flashing verizon devices several years ago ... back when every one said you cant unlock a cdma phone . which i replied it was a matter of the vendors firmware. well all you do is reflash it back i did a few from vzw to sprint and could never get the esn in to their system so i swaped it back and sold them as verizion devises..
    rember nothing is impossible it only takes a wile longer to achieve the impossible...... hello sprint are you listening?

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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~ Just write the Verizon PRL onto the device and it will be a Verizon phone once again. I recently did this with an Alltel 8830. :-)

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