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    Procedures required for switching Android powered Motorola Droid 3 into CDMA

    Few days ago, my brother gave me his Android powered Motorola Droid 3. I need to switch it into CDMA permanently. How can I do that?

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    Re: Procedures required for switching Android powered Motorola Droid 3 into CDMA

    At first, hit the ‘Menu’ button and locate the ‘Settings’ option from the menu pop up on the screen. By the time you can view the ‘Settings’ menu, tap the ‘Wireless & networks’ option from it. This will display the network settings on your device. Check those settings and hit the ‘Mobile networks’ option. The next step required is to tap the ‘Network mode’ option. You can then find different types of network modes on the screen. Locate ‘CDMA’ mode from that group and tap the circle next to it.

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    Re: Procedures required for switching Android powered Motorola Droid 3 into CDMA

    HELLO DEAR,


    Here is the procedure for changing your phone mode to CDMA(Code Division Multiple Access) :

    >>>>> Go to MENU from Home Screen & tap on SETTINGS icon ,


    >>>>> Inside 'SETTINGS' you will find a menu there,among them tap find "WIRELESS & NETWORK" option,


    >>>>> You now need to hit on "MOBILE NETWORKS" option,


    >>>>> There you will get option of "NETWORK MODE", tap on it.


    >>>>> Finally tap on OK, when you have selected CDMA mode among shown options.



    Now, your goal will be achieved.


    THANKS FOR POSTING QUERY..........


    PLEASE VISIT AGAIN.............

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    Re: Procedures required for switching Android powered Motorola Droid 3 into CDMA

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    Yes, you have to change the droid into CD-MA on Motorola android smartphone.

    :: Go to the home screen page by pressing ""Menu"" button.

    :: Now select the "settings" option from the screen.

    :: After that select and open the "Wireless & Networks" option and then open the "WI-Fi settings".

    :: Once it opens, you have to open the “mobile networks’ " where you have to select the “network mode”

    :: After selecting the required mode that is CD-MA and then you have to save the settings changes.

    :: Now you have successfully changed the network mode that is CD-MA on Motorola Android phone.




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    Re: Procedures required for switching Android powered Motorola Droid 3 into CDMA

    Dear friend, procedure to changing phone mode into CDMA mode, first to setting option from menu. then tap to wireless&network option. now goto mobile network option, then select network mode. in there you get CDMA mobe . now tap into it and change your phone into CDMA mode. hope this info help you

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    Re: Procedures required for switching Android powered Motorola Droid 3 into CDMA

    -first open menu.
    -tap on settings and then tap on wireless & networks
    -now tap on wi-fi settings and then select the mobile networks and then tap on network mode.
    -now select CDMA mode and then tap on save.


    then it's done...

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    Re: Procedures required for switching Android powered Motorola Droid 3 into CDMA

    Procedures required for switching Android powered Motorola Droid 3 into CD-MA

    Yes, you have to change the droid into CD-MA on Motorola android smartphone.

    :: Go to the home screen page by pressing ""Menu"" button.

    :: Now select the "settings" option from the screen.

    :: After that select and open the "Wireless & Networks" option and then open the "WI-Fi settings".

    :: Once it opens, you have to open the “mobile networks’ " where you have to select the “network mode”

    :: After selecting the required mode that is CD-MA and then you have to save the settings changes.

    :: Now you have successfully changed the network mode that is CD-MA on Motorola Android phone.

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    C.Selvam C.Selvam is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Procedures required for switching Android powered Motorola Droid 3 into CDMA

    Hi friend,
    Steps to change the network mode into CDMA on your Motorola android mobile
    1.Go to the Menu

    2.Tap on the Settings

    3.Then go to "Wireless & Networks"

    4.There tap on "Mobile Networks"

    5.Now tap on the "Network mode"

    6.Here you can tap on "CDMA" to select it
    Thats it!!!

    Thank you!!!

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    Manjeet Malik Manjeet Malik is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Procedures required for switching Android powered Motorola Droid 3 into CDMA

    Hello sir,
    Follow these steps to solve your problem
    1. First go to main menu
    2. Then go to setting
    3. Then tap on " wireless & network " option
    4. Then tap on " mobile network " option
    5. Then tap on " network mode " mode option
    6. Then select the " CDMA "
    7. NOw your problem will be solved
    thank you.

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