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Please note that the phones capable of receiving CMAS alerts will continue to grow and change.  This is a partial list of phones which was provided to us by wireless carriers.  Please check with your wireless carrier to see if your particular phone is CMAS enabled.

 

4G T-Mobile® myTouch®

Droid 2 Global Droid Pro by Motorola

Droid 2™ by Motorola

Droid RAZR by Motorola

Droid RAZR MAXX by Motorola

Droid X by Motorola

EpicTM 4G Touch

HTC EVO 3DTM

HTC EVO Design 4GTM

Kyocera BrioTM

Kyocera Duracore Kyocera DuraMax

Kyocera MilanoTM LG MarqueeTM

LG Cosmos™ 2 LG Revere™

LG Enlighten™ Lucid™ by LG

Motorola Atrix 2 (mb865)

Motorola Bionic LTE by Motorola

Motorola Milestone X2

myTouch® Q HTC® One S

myTouch® T-Mobile®

Nokia Lumia 710 T-Mobile®

Samsung Captivate Glide (SGH-i927)

Samsung Convoy™ 2

Samsung Galaxy S® Blaze™

Samsung Galaxy SII (SGH-i777)

Samsung Galaxy STM II

Samsung Transform UltraTM

Samsung TrenderTM

Sanyo InnuendoTM by Kyocera

Sanyo VeroTM by Kyocera

Verizon Jest 2

 

 

 

 

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