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Search Google for 'Motorola K1M repair' and you will get a bunch of hits. You are will have to download some software, like RSD Lite, and some others, then download the flash monster packs. This is really an interesting question. Not many people are familiar with the benefits of cell phone repair. The cloud flasher remote phone repair system is the most powerful tool available for retail phone repair. The cloud flasher system is very simple to use and gives your business access to a phone repair platform that instantly converts your phone for activation on a prepaid cell phone service provider. Let me answer your questions as you posed them. 1) You can attempt to flash your cellphone with available software out there. Normally requires a data cable and maybe the need to load your particular cell phone driver. Repairs a cellphone means to alter the original factory software. This is typically used to update the hardware to work on more than one wireless carrier. This practice may void your warranty, so it is recommended to use with caution.Be mindful that this is normally the process to flash the Verizon phone to metroPCS for talk and text ONLY, not Fully Repairs the phone for picture mail and data, which is preferred. *this is an important distinction* I definitely would recommend www.beigephone.com for full mms and data cell phone repair from Verizon or Sprint handsets to metro PCS. This is going to be the easiest way to get your phone flashed correctly. 2) Cell phone repair is legal and authorized through a provision in Telecommunications Act of 1996, review US Copyright Office material for specific language. Actually, metroPCS still offers flash service in many of its retail stores today. Legally, can't tell you where to get the above mentioned program, but you can search for that too. There's a bunch of tutorials out there, and we won't describe the process here. Make sure you back up your software using motorola phone tools before doing anything. You can royally screw up your phone if you do not follow directions about rerepair. Read more: http://www.doityourself.com/forum/communications-voice-radio-data-communications/382559-cellphone-repaircell-phone.html#ixzz2EdFtmu2j

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