It passed the FCC testing not the Sprint testing. They are different. Although I think the post stating the phone failed is fake I just wanted to clarify the difference. The phone should not fail CDMA test because there are standards in place that it should be designed to and if it was not it should have failed the FCC tests. Since it did not fail those tests it should not fail the Sprint CDMA testing unless Sprint is diverting from the standard, which I seriously doubt, because to many phones would be incompatible. So Sprint probably is testing the phone for compatibility with its system, but if it fails anything it will not be for the reason Ozzy stated. A program capatability would be more realistic. Try again Ozzy.