The MDN is the mobile device number or the phone number assigned to your phone or device. Your MDN is also your username when you log into the My Account section of mycricket.com. Click here to learn how to locate your MDN for you Broadband device.
Simply dial the 10-digit number (including area code).
No, SIM cards are used on cell phones with GSM cellular technology and Cricket cell phones use the CDMA cellular technology so there is no need for SIM cards.
In order to send pictures to another wireless phone, the you will need to know the address. Example: <10 digit number>@mms.mycricket.com
Once you have established an email account, open the picture or video, touch “Share” > “Email”, then follow these steps:
- To choose a Contact email address, touch +
- To enter an email address touch the To field
- Enter the address, then touch OK
- Open the main menu and touch “Email”> “Gmail or Other”.
- Enter your account information and touch “Save”. To set up more accounts, open the main menu and touch “Settings” > “Messaging” > “Email” > “Gmail or Other”.
Tip: You can check for account information at www.motorola.com/myevoke .
A microSD card is a removable memory card that allows you to store your personal media files (music, photos, videos) and share this media on other microSD compatible consumer electronics devices.
Cell phones that are microSD compatible have a slot that allows users to easily insert and remove the memory cards whenever they need to share files.
A QWERTY keyboard is a keyboard that is laid out similar to the QWERTY keyboard you use to type on a computer. The QWERTY keyboard on a cell phone allows for much faster texting, emailing and data input than on a traditional cell phone with only a numeric keypad.
The ESN (Electronic Serial Number) is the serial number of your cellular telephone. The ESN is transmitted to the cell site and used to verify that you are a legitimate customer on a carrier’s network.
Cricket offers a variety of Bluetooth products to compliment its phone lineup. Bluetooth provides a way to wirelessly connect and exchange information between mobile phones. To learn more about your phone and its Bluetooth compatibility, please refer to your phone user guide. Click here to view Bluetooth accessories available for sale online or visit your local Cricket store to view a full accessory lineup.
Go to the Support section and select the manufacturer of your phone to view Cricket phone instructions.
Phone operational manuals are available for most Cricket phones online. Go to the Support section of mycricket.com and select your phone’s manufacturer under the Phone & Modem Instructions section.
To find out if your phone supports music downloads please refer to your phone user manual.