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Rogers S4 to Koodo


I have a Rogers Samsung S4 that was that I would like to use on the Koodo network while we figure out what do do with my sons Nexus 6 he broke. Would anyone be so kind as to tell me what needs to be done? Please I'm not that tech savy so dumb your answers down 🙂 LOL

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First you'll need to get the Rogers phone unlocked. Rogers can sell you the code but you may do better on ebay or cellunlocker.net (I've used both)

Next you'll need a proper sim from Koodo for the S4 I don't believe that they two devices use the same size Sim. When you insert the sim and power on the device it will ask you for the network unlock code.

Log in to selfserve for Koodo and click on 'phone services' change headset... New sim

Enter the new sim number.

Turn on the Rogers phone

Goto settings... Wireless and networks... More.... Mobile network... Access point names

Make sure koodo.sp is available and enabled

If it's not there you'll need to manually enter it.

Here are the settings:
APN: sp.koodo.com
Proxy: 74.49.0.18
Port: 80
Username: leave blank
Password: leave blank
Server: leave blank
MMSC: http ://aliasredirect.net/proxy/koodo/mmsc
MMS Proxy server: 74.49.0.18
MMS Port: 80
MCC: 302
MNC: 220
Authentication type: No set
APN type: No set
wow thank you very much. Would you happen to know the cost of the sim for Koodo?
Userlevel 7
Mike Wilcox wrote:

wow thank you very much. Would you happen to know the cost of the sim for Koodo?

The S4 uses a micro sim, for monthly accounts the sim is 5$ for prepaid it's 20$.
Odd I get this message when I try to go into "CHANGE PHONE"

Error 403--Forbidden From RFC 2068 [i]Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1: 10.4.4 403 Forbidden The server understood the request, but is refusing to fulfill it. Authorization will not help and the request SHOULD NOT be repeated. If the request method was not HEAD and the server wishes to make public why the request has not been fulfilled, it SHOULD describe the reason for the refusal in the entity. This status code is commonly used when the server does not wish to reveal exactly why the request has been refused, or when no other response is applicable.


Userlevel 7
Mike Wilcox wrote:

Odd I get this message when I try to go into "CHANGE PHONE"

Error 403--Forbidden From RFC 2...

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