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Yes, we know that the Samsung Galaxy Note is a device exclusive to AT&T’s network, but what if you’ve always wanted to get your hands on the device and use it with T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network? You hack it of course! It seems that one particular developer decided to test his hacking skills and after some tinkering, carrier unlocking, rooting and flashing a T-Mobile onto the device, it looks like he managed to get the Note up and running on AT&T’s network and even got 4Mbps download speeds! It should be noted that one of the reasons why this worked is because the Galaxy Note already had HSPA+ access built into the device, and the hack was basically getting those bands configured to T-Mobile’s own HSPA+ radio. Granted this probably isn’t for the novice Android user who might just as easily brick his/her device, but if you’re interested in learning the details, pop on over to the XDA forums for more information.

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