my moto x with rw has passed away. there is an unlocked moto e6 (PAFG0014US) i may want to use. i assume i could throw the sim from the x straight into the e6?
it does look like that Moto E6 is compatible, if the Moto X is a 1st or 2nd gen then you can not move the SIM as those legacy phones SIM are link to the phone
if the Moto X is a 3rd(Pure) or 4th gen then it depends on if it was on CDMA (New SIM required) or GSM(can reuse SIM)
it is a Pure and it shows both cdma and gsm under connectivity. im definitely trying to keep the same number.
a [degoogled] e6 OR Moto G7 XT1962-1 would work too correct?
which of the 3 articles should i really follow in this particular circumstance?
if your old phone (Moto X Pure (ie 3rd gen) ) is not functional you can check the actural card
if CDMA you will need to request a CDMA SIM card
if GSM you can just reuse the SIM in the new phone
I took a peek at your account. You can move your SIM card to the new phone.
A “degoogled” anything is not going to be a fit for Republic. If it has been rooted and flashed with alternate software, it will not activate on our network. Without the Google Play Store app and a Google account, you wouldn’t be able to install the Republic app and keep it up to date.
This is a supported phone. The complete list is here: Republic Wireless Phones – Republic Help
“Without the Google Play Store app and a Google account, you wouldn’t be able to install the Republic app and keep it up to date.”
That’s not exactly true. I disabled as many of the Google services as I could. I do not have a Google account and do not use Google Play Store. Where there is a Republic update, I still receive a notification on my phone. I can install the update using apk.mirror. It works just fine.
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