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    So i need the Nexus 7 LTE ,for 350 plus dollars, to get itr to work with verizon? This one won't work right?
    Thanks. Bob
    Last edited by NotJustAPhone; 12-29-2013 at 04:32 PM.
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    This is the WiFi only version

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    Everything in this post is 100% accurate...I think

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    Correct, that appears to be the wifi version.

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    If you find the Nexus 7 4G LTE, it should work with Verizon without problems, according to this thread:
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    Quote Originally Posted by B. Diddy View Post
    If you find the Nexus 7 4G LTE, it should work with Verizon without problems, according to this thread:
    If you already have an activated Sim it should work, but if not... Well that is another story.

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    He is absolutely correct. The Nexus 7 has never went through network certification on Verizons network. As a result it is not a VZW approved device. They will not activate a SIM for it knowingly. If you have another device, such as a phone you dont use, air card, etc. then you can put the SIM in the tablet and have them activate it. Just don't tell them what it is.

    Quote Originally Posted by DolphinDroid View Post
    If you already have an activated Sim it should work, but if not... Well that is another story.

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    Work around Tethering
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    Quote Originally Posted by ModernPiratePrincess View Post
    He is absolutely correct. The Nexus 7 has never went through network certification on Verizons network. As a result it is not a VZW approved device. They will not activate a SIM for it knowingly. If you have another device, such as a phone you dont use, air card, etc. then you can put the SIM in the tablet and have them activate it. Just don't tell them what it is.
    I believe I just read that as of 4.4 they will now activate the device.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adriandb View Post
    I believe I just read that as of 4.4 they will now activate the device.

    Nope. Still won't do it as of this posting.

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    Here's what I read.

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    Follow the instructions in this thread. I did and it works.

    http://forums.androidcentral.com/sho....php?p=3112393


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    Quote Originally Posted by adriandb View Post
    Here's what I read.

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    I have read that article also. Verizon did not say they would certify it, just that they would begin the process after KitKat was released. Just because Verizon says it does not mean it will happen. They have made many statements in the past about what they would or would not do and did not deliver. Kitkat has been out for the Nexus 7 for over a month. When pressed for a response I believe they will have another excuse. If not they will just ignore it completely. I hope I am wrong, but given their track record...

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