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Wed, Jan 21, 2015 6:15 AM

how do i activate a replacement device

how do i activate a replacement device. I had a iphone 5s and just got my new one. How do I activate the new one?

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kdfederer

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6 y ago

you can call AT&T and they can activate it, go to a store, or there is a place to activate online.

 

http://www.att.com/esupport/article.jsp?sid=KB114181&cv=820

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2 y ago

i need help my damage ohone want turn on for me to get all my stuff off

dwill05

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2 y ago

Your old phone being damaged and not turning on won’t prevent activation of the new phone.  You can restore the new phone from an existing backup of the old phone.  

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1 y ago

HOW DO I UPDATE MY NEW PHONE

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1 y ago

I have a Samsung galaxy s8 that fell and cracked and will allow only the bottom half of the phone to work, how do I replace it with the new one

sandblaster

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1 y ago


@westwanda wrote:

I have a Samsung galaxy s8 that fell and cracked and will allow only the bottom half of the phone to work, how do I replace it with the new one


Move the SIM card from the broken phone to the replacement.

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