Question about Motorola Mobility ic902 Cellular Phone
The best thing to do is to reprogram the phone to your sim card. to do so when your phone is on and insert right sim appears on-screen dial ##000000# this will send you to a screen with 1.view 2.edit 3. done. go to edit and change the MSID to 0000000000 (10 zeroes) this will pair your phone with the new chip. but since the hybrid 902 has both technologies IDEN and CMDA you will only be able to use the IDEN part with a boost chip. I have an ic902 flashed to use with Pocket and Boost.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
Was the boost chip new? If not, remove it. If it was new remove it and return to the store you purchased it from. Have them exchange it for a functional one.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
No guys the new hybrid phones are not like the old nextel phones. You cant swap sins anymore the marry a sim card to a hybrid phone in the system. Remember a hybrid phone is two phones in one. the voice calling is CDMA or Sprint and the walki-talki is IDEN or Nextel.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I activate phones for Boost Mobile.
I'm sorry to tell you, but an ic902 can never be unlocked to work properly on any other system - to include the Boost system. Here's why. The ic902 is a hybrid phone. That is, it uses two different cellular systems to operate. Specifically, voice calls on the ic902 are placed over the Sprint CDMA network and Push-to-Talk (PTT) calls are transmitted over Nextel's iDEN network.
Boost Mobile calling (both, voice and PTT) uses the iDEN network from Nextel. Thus, the ic902's radio transmitter (which is CDMA) cannot make calls on the Boost ( iDEN ) system.
Moreover, if you plan to use Boost Mobile, I STRONGLY suggest that you NOT purchase a Nextel phone and have it unlocked to use for Boost.
Although Nextel and Boost phones seem the same - they are not. If you look at the model number of Nextel phones most of them end in a zero. (ie., i850, i870 etc.) where Boost Mobile Phones end with the number five. (ie., i855, i875, etc.) This is because the transmitters in the phones are set to different frequencies for different purposes (like for texting.)
If you go to eBay for example, those who sell unlocked Nextel phones to use for Boost (if they're honest) will inform potential buyers in their eBay listings that their unlocked Nextel phone will not (text, for example) on the Boost network. These unlocked Nextel phones will have limitations when used on Boost.
To prevent problems down the road, ALWAYS purchase a Boost phone to use on the Boost network.
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Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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