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Any way to check for clean/bad ESN?

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Any way to check for clean/bad ESN?

Postby hanyoon » Fri Jan 14, 2011 4:21 am

Hi there,

I was wondering if it was possible in any way to check if a phone has a clean or bad ESN without calling Customer Support.

With a connected phone it'd be easy to confirm a clean ESN: just check if it connects successfully.

However, with a disconnected phone, would it be possible to check for a clean ESN via an application? Does a bad ESN disconnected phone act in any different way than a good ESN disconnected phone?

Regards
hanyoon
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