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allenirwin2015

Feb 26, 2015, 8:43 PM

Samsung restore sph-m575 OS restore

My Samsung restore locked up and now when I turn it on it only shows the virgin mobile hello screen then goes to just the virgin mobile logo on a black screen. I can't even turn it off without taking the battery out. Can I download the OS to my computer and restore the phones OS? If so how?
drumtroll

May 5, 2013, 3:33 PM

Can you tether this phone on Virgin's PayLo plan?

Okay, yeah, it's against the terms of service. But can it be done and gotten away with? Anyone done it or know how?
jasonleerock1

Apr 21, 2010, 3:11 PM
over in the "Sprint and Samsung Further Green Efforts with Restore" discussion:

Hypocrites.

Sprint could care less about being "green". Just today we had to reprint 5 pages worth of price tags that were to just printed out two days ago. We had to reprint them because one of the price tags (out of about 50) had a typo.

This mandate went out to the 4000+ Sprint stores. That is over 20,000 pages of paper wasted.

I said it before, and I'll say it again. The only green these companies care about is how much green they think they will make by suckering environmentally conscious customers into believing that Sprint actually gives a damn about the environment.
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gringo.mexican112

Apr 20, 2010, 2:08 PM
over in the "Sprint and Samsung Further Green Efforts with Restore" discussion:

why spint?

i just dont understand why sprint is making these type of phones if no one buys them
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justfinethanku

Apr 20, 2010, 11:43 AM
over in the "Sprint and Samsung Further Green Efforts with Restore" discussion:

I like the "green" effort, but it feels kind of lame.

I don't know. I still don't know who is buying these phones and why there is such a seeming demand for "green" phones.

And as far as I know, and I am more often wrong then not, but doesn't it consume more natural resources to recycle than it does to make new phones out of new material?
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landmarkcm

Apr 20, 2010, 1:37 PM
over in the "Sprint and Samsung Further Green Efforts with Restore" discussion:

I hope and think Sprint will rebound

I am loving there 69.00 Dollar Everything Data plan best deal going for what ya get plus I get an additional discount go Sprint! They have improved. Verizon&Att are rip offs and Tmobile still has spottier coverage!
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