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  1. Thanks! I think my spouse is going to switch to T-Mobile so we'll see how that goes. (We're in a rural area so coverage could be an issue.)
  2. Interesting, Consumer Cellular's IMEI checker say it should be compatible, so we're going to call them. Also T-Mobile's IMEI checker says it's compatible, so that's good to know.
  3. SMS works, mobile data works, but we can't make or receive calls. The error is "Server unreachable". We're on Consumer Cellular, a US AT&T MVNO that doesn't restrict devices past what AT&T does. AT&T doesn't have the Pro1 X on its support list. VoLTE is switched on in settings. We copied the APN info from my phone (which works for calls/sms/data on the same carrier) because the Pro1 X didn't provision automatically. So, has anyone gotten this phone to make calls on AT&T or any AT&T MVNO? Or any US carrier?
  4. Thank you! This worked for my spouse just now.
  5. @Hook We do get the wizard on first boot. First it prompts to connect to WiFi, which we do. Then it says something like "collecting info" with a big spinner, and eventually instead of the google login prompt ("enter your email") it says something like "there was a problem communicating with google's servers" with an option to "try a different network" or "skip for now". If we choose "skip for now" we get to the home screen and can mess around with chrome. After that, trying to add a google account through settings > accounts, log into play store, log into gmail, etc. all show the same
  6. Hi all, my spouse received their Pro1X today (stock ROM). The build quality seems excellent, and they're super pumped about the keyboard and excited to make it their primary device. However, they immediately ran into an issue: they can't log into their Google account, either during first-boot or afterwards. Wi-Fi connects and we can load web sites in Chrome, but the Google login flow gives them the old "there was a problem communicating with google's servers" error. We tried a few different ways of adding the account, did a factory reset, and even Google's "DisplayUnlockCaptcha" tool. Any
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