Question about HTC Wildfire
Your out of luck. That phone is using a Google operating system. It requires Google servers to activate it. It could be restricted for US use as well pointing to US Google based servers.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
you should not lose phone numbers as they are on the sim and on google so do a master reset, Turn off phone hold home and left for 24 seconds and phone screen will show an exclamation triangle , open the key pad and press alt w Then turn G1 on again with the on button while holding the home button. It should come back on with the touch the adroid screen like new. Hope this helps it worked for me when I had same problem , Lost lots but numbers were safe and droid stuff easy and quick to re load up again
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
Ok fist turn the unit off, remove card, press both record and power together so the unit switches back on, on the white screen press the action button of joystick and choose erase ipsm.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
Yes, and No. Both companies want to see their cases on each phone (us cellular is actually blank). Alltel maintains a list of ESNs of all the phones they bought and sold in database. If your ESN aint there, they probably won't activate it.
But, the software for alltel versionof PPC6800 is located at htcamerica.com
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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