ok eople I have samsung sch i535 from Verizon and is unlocket to use with sim card ouraund globe,it got updated to 4.3,and it works extra,love my phone,now you can used with any sim card :D
kindly do not update 4.3 for galaxy S3 as my mobile data connectivity lost and battery drianing very fast till further official confirmation from samsung
I cannot understand the meaning of Samsung SGH-I535 for Verizon and Samsung SPH-L710 for Sprint.
please give me reply at my email address: email@example.com
phone use L700 band for LTE service no other bands available for internet usage
Please let me know if Samsung Galaxy S III CDMA support 2G or not? I am using this cell but not able to connect 2G internet! I use Reliance CDMA connection.
VerizonKillerJS, 18 Oct 2013The Verizon Samsung Galaxy S III (CDMA) now does have GSM. The first models did not come with ... moreI have a Verizon S3 that was flashed to Page Plus, I was wondering if it will work overseas local SIM
I have a Metro PCS white gs3 cdma phone. How can I use it on an AT&T Network or Straight talk, etc?
The Verizon Samsung Galaxy S III (CDMA) now does have GSM. The first models did not come with it and required unlocking through CDMA workshop and other modifications. They now come unlocked. I believe there was an OTA firmware update to unlock the previous S3's retroactively.
Due to FCC regulations made this year, 2013, Verizon was forced to open it's devices to other networks. This was part of a conditional agreement regarding Verizon's purchase of the "C block" of frequencies from the FCC.
Correct this data please, it works on GSM 850/900/1800/1900 UMTS 2100 LTE 700 MHz
Samsung SGH-I535 is work on gsm.hsdpa.hspa+
worldwide need to apps to create an apn
1.apn manager pro
2.titanium backup pro
you must root ur device!
am useing in sri lanka ! on mobitel network !
can the sprint version of this phone use gsm sim, if yes , how can I go about it
The Samsung Galaxy S3 comes in several flavors. Those branded with the Att logo will only do GSM, many, but not all Verizon branded versions will have CDMA as primary, but go to gsm mode if traveling in an area without CDMA (AKA 'global phone'). It is possible to unlock a verizon phone with a sim card and use it on Att, but not the other way around as verizon uses CDMA as primary. It is not easy in many cases navigating around trying to figure out what phone operates on what network without having that phone in your hands.
there are web sites out there that will help, but they do offer bad info every so often (double check). *NOTE* not all verizon phones will have a sim card....only a select few noted as Global and a few others not obviously noted. A phone that needs a sim card to work is quite often a GSM phone. hope this helps....
Learning, 04 Aug 2013What are the limitations? Are you talking about the US or International?YES