Usb port doesnt recognize my Motorola i335 Boost Mobile phone
My usb port doesnt recognize my Motorola i335 Boost Mobile phone. Ive plugged it in and it said new hardware found. When I went and looked for it to transfer some of my ringtones it was gone. The port didnt recognize it.
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Have you recently dropped it? If this phone is expensive and you cannot buy a new one or get it repaired, there is no way of fixing it. By the way, most of the time it is actually cheaper and easier to buy a new one rather than getting it repaired.
Yes you can use it, but, you need a boost sim card. Nextel phones work fine on Boost (same network) but you need a boost sim. You can get them cheaply on ebay, often with the $5 dollar credit for under $10.00. Otherwise go to a local phone store and get a boost starter kit. They are made so you can start service with a boost or nextel phone.
if you want to use your phone on a service like t-mobile or cingular, it wont work, you can only unlock it for iden, like boost mobile, nextel. you can unlock it your self by going here http://multiplexelectronics.home.att.net/software.html
i dont get service at my home but my sister who also has a boost phone gets service. i have a i335 and she has a white phone she paid 29.99 for. i called boost and they told me that i have to try to see if it is the phone or sim card. how can i check to see if there is something set up wrong or if the transmitter needs to be changed?
To the best of my knowledge, this happens because Boost Mobile does not want you to be able to get ringtones from anywhere but through them. If someone sends you an MP3 file in a message, that file most certainly would be supported by your phone, because the Motorola i335 supports MP3 files. However, Boost Mobile can be greedy at times. The reason they tell you that the object is unsupported is because if they would let you download the object and allow you to save it to your phone, you would be able to use it as a ringtone like you want to. If you are given the capability to use files from the internet, friends' phones, etc. as ringtones, Boost Mobile loses money, because you get the ringtone, and Boost receives no compensation for it, making it unnecessary for you to buy anything of that nature from Boost.