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Data roaming is simply cellular internet data but using out of your country. For ex. when you go on holidays to Spain you can use cellular internet from roaming. Roaming is for calls and sms too. And important thing is that roaming is much more expensive then normal in your country
It stands for roaming, which means that the phone is connected to your providers network. You may want to check with your provider to make sure that your not being charged extra for roaming, as this can become costly.
sorry bro.. as of now, there are no known software unlock tool out of the market. Right now, there's only two ways to unlock your phone. 1st one is to use the rebel sim like what you did. The second one is to have your phone legally unlocked by the provider which will probably cost you alot...
Do not trust websites that offer unlocking of your iphone 3g because these websites are probably fake and they only want to steal your money.
The only iphone that can be unlocked by software is the iPhone 2g (1st gen iphone)
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triangle means roaming if its a red triangle then your internet is turned off while roaming
go to options>mobile network> data services and select what setting you would like either on all the time, off, or off while roaming
solid triangle means extended network (coverage with another carrier that your service provider has an agreement with). some services might not work
blinking triangle is roaming (on a network with no agreement)...most carriers have simply disabled roaming entirely, you either get their network, or extended network to avoid additional charges. int'l roaming is different, not restricted. if you're near either of the borders, i'd say choose "home only" under network options to avoid int'l charges
you may wont to contact cricket and get verification on your service area........the roaming triangle should only apply to the device main screen when the towers being used have a roaming contract with the provider. you may very well be roaming but not from your device.....you may be roaming in the cellular network though.....contact cricket from another device for troubleshooting options at (866) 274-2538