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Yes. T-mobile S5 is my daily driver. I have a T-mo SIM card in it, but every time I go on a road trip up north T-mo contracts their service out to AT&T and my S5 connects to AT&T's towers, telling me so in the notification pulldown bar and the lockscreen.


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I believe this does what you are looking for, [XPOSED] IMEI Changer & PRO [RANDOM IMEI Support] You will need to rootyour phone and install Xposed The ways of rooting can be founded by clicking on theses tags linked or by googling your device model and how to root it. What is Xposed Framework For Android & How To Install It [Guide] Keep in ...


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This would undoubtedly be a violation of T-Mobile's terms of service. To do so, though, you would need to create a custom ROM and modify the ro.serialno system property. Alternatively you could try to modify Build.java and pass in a different value to Build.SERIAL. It's unclear whether that's how T-Mobile is retrieving the IMEI number though.



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