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Old December 23rd, 2012, 11:17 AM   #51 (permalink)
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OK, today's driver project:
http://www.alcatelonetouch.com/usa/products/smartphones/ot-909b.html

Click the download tab and install both of the downloads. Then connect your phone and see if it will add the right drivers for QPST (steps 7-9 way above)

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ill give it a go a bit later today and post results if no one beats me to it.
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OK, today's driver project:
http://www.alcatelonetouch.com/usa/products/smartphones/ot-909b.html

Click the download tab and install both of the downloads. Then connect your phone and see if it will add the right drivers for QPST (steps 7-9 way above)
i am trying this right now :P
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r u sure the 2nd download isnt some kind of firmware updater? just wanna make sure cuz it didnt seem to clear either way. dont wanna hard brick.
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r u sure the 2nd download isnt some kind of firmware updater? just wanna make sure cuz it didnt seem to clear either way. dont wanna hard brick.
ill see what it is then
from what i see it should only update the android system i think
but since it's at the latest 2.0 (2.3)
i don;t thinik it will update the phone
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The second link is an INSTALLER for an updater. I believe the drivers are included in it. Just download on your PC, install, DON'T RUN.
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The second link is an INSTALLER for an updater. I believe the drivers are included in it. Just download on your PC, install, DON'T RUN.
Nothing, still cannot add a port on QSPT
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Nothing, still cannot add a port on QSPT
OK, I'm going to grab something to eat and will be back later with a few more things to try.

In the meantime, install this: Install Terminal Emulator

Run it, Enter at command prompt: getprop ril.MSL
This will generate a 6 digit code. Write it down and save it!
(Please note, the command is case sensitive)
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OK, I'm going to grab something to eat and will be back later with a few more things to try.

In the meantime, install this: Install Terminal Emulator

Run it, Enter at command prompt: getprop ril.MSL
This will generate a 6 digit code. Write it down and save it!
(Please note, the command is case sensitive)
Did you forget anything in the command? and enjoy your food
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Did you forget anything in the command? and enjoy your food
Nope, EXACTLY getprop ril.MSL (and MSL MUST be CAPITALIZED)

If you tried that, try it again and then try this:
-Install Connectbot
-Open Connectbot
-change ssh to local
-type a nickname and hit enter/done
-type "getprop ril.MSL" without the quotes, this is case sensitive!
The number you see is your MSL.
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Nope, EXACTLY getprop ril.MSL (and MSL MUST be CAPITALIZED)

If you tried that, try it again and then try this:
-Install Connectbot
-Open Connectbot
-change ssh to local
-type a nickname and hit enter/done
-type "getprop ril.MSL" without the quotes, this is case sensitive!
The number you see is your MSL.
Ill try this as soon as i fix my ROM ^^'
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Thanks. 3 things to (re)try for getting the MSL:

-I forgot to add that when you open Terminal Emulator, before you type getprop ril.MSL, you need to type su for superuser! If it shows nothing after typing getprop ril.MSL, type msl. It'll say invalid code. Retype getprop ril.MSL and it'll should now work.

-You may need to type su before typing getprop ril.MSL using Connectbot.

-Download and install aLogcat
Run aLogcat and set it to filter for "sec_code"
Go to your Phone and dial ##33284# or ##786# or ##3282#
When prompted for the MSL, type 000000.
Now, go to aLogcat. And it should have found a "sec_code:" line with your MSL code at the end of it. It's 6 digits.
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Thanks. 3 things to (re)try for getting the MSL:

-I forgot to add that when you open Terminal Emulator, before you type getprop ril.MSL, you need to type su for superuser! If it shows nothing after typing getprop ril.MSL, type msl. It'll say invalid code. Retype getprop ril.MSL and it'll should now work.

-You may need to type su before typing getprop ril.MSL using Connectbot.

-Download and install aLogcat
Run aLogcat and set it to filter for "sec_code"
Go to your Phone and dial ##33284# or ##786# or ##3282#
When prompted for the MSL, type 000000.
Now, go to aLogcat. And it should have found a "sec_code:" line with your MSL code at the end of it. It's 6 digits.
Good to know you put the smiley face i thought you be mad at me for some reason anyways back on to subject i got nothing i took screenshots to see if i am doing something wrong?
and i did also put alogcat filter at "sec_code:"
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Good to know you put the smiley face i thought you be mad at me for some reason anyways back on to subject i got nothing i took screenshots to see if i am doing something wrong?
and i did also put alogcat filter at "sec_code:"
Thanks, the pics show you did it correctly. Did you try again with Terminal Emulator as well?

If you did, I'm giving up on the MSL for the moment and am now going to focus on getting the phone into diagnostic mode. So that said, let's try a few things:

In Terminal Emulator, type:
su
echo 1 > /dev/qct_diag_enable
..and your phone should go into USB diag mode. when you are done just:
echo 0 > /dev/qct_diag_enable

Second Method:
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echo 1 > /sys/devices/virtual/usb_composite/diag/enable
To disable diag mode:
echo 0 > /sys/devices/virtual/usb_composite/diag/enable
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Thanks, the pics show you did it correctly. Did you try again with Terminal Emulator as well?

If you did, I'm giving up on the MSL for the moment and am now going to focus on getting the phone into diagnostic mode. So that said, let's try a few things:

In Terminal Emulator, type:
su
echo 1 > /dev/qct_diag_enable
..and your phone should go into USB diag mode. when you are done just:
echo 0 > /dev/qct_diag_enable

Second Method:
su
echo 1 > /sys/devices/virtual/usb_composite/diag/enable
To disable diag mode:
echo 0 > /sys/devices/virtual/usb_composite/diag/enable
The Termianl did nothing, sorry for late reply was figuring out how to get my touch keyboard working so i can use the ">" until i dozed off on my keyboard ^^'
but Nothing in the terminal anything else?
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The Termianl did nothing, sorry for late reply was figuring out how to get my touch keyboard working so i can use the ">" until i dozed off on my keyboard ^^'
but Nothing in the terminal anything else?
I think I got that.... anyway here's instructions I found on another phone to force it into diagnostic mode.

-Download and install Anycut
-Open Anycut and select "New Shortcut"
-Now click Activity
-Scroll down the list of activities until you see "Select COM Port Mode" and click it. Just hit ok to accept the default name
-You will see a "shortcut created" notification. Go back to your homescreen and look for the new shortcut
-Once you click the new shortcut you'll see three radio buttons. Simply change from Mass Storage to Diag and your debugging port will be on all the time.

When changed to diag, your phone will reconnect to the PC and drivers will install if necessary.
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I think I got that.... anyway here's instructions I found on another phone to force it into diagnostic mode.

-Download and install Anycut
-Open Anycut and select "New Shortcut"
-Now click Activity
-Scroll down the list of activities until you see "Select COM Port Mode" and click it. Just hit ok to accept the default name
-You will see a "shortcut created" notification. Go back to your homescreen and look for the new shortcut
-Once you click the new shortcut you'll see three radio buttons. Simply change from Mass Storage to Diag and your debugging port will be on all the time.

When changed to diag, your phone will reconnect to the PC and drivers will install if necessary.
Their is no select com port mode ^^' sorry
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because we dont have the serial driver for it. are there any devs out there known for building drivers? i imagine that if u are going to find anyone who could build a custom serial driver, its gonna b created and used under linux. i would probably hop over to xda real quick (dont stay gone too long tho! ;-) ) and post a thread in a related linux and/or android development forum. i dont know anything about building drivers personally, so i dont know how realistic this really is, i just know that some linux users build their own drivers to get the most out of their hardware, since most manufacturers do not release linux specific drivers for their products. id say its worth a try! couldnt hurt to ask!
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because we dont have the serial driver for it. are there any devs out there known for building drivers? i imagine that if u are going to find anyone who could build a custom serial driver, its gonna b created and used under linux. i would probably hop over to xda real quick (dont stay gone too long tho! ;-) ) and post a thread in a related linux and/or android development forum. i dont know anything about building drivers personally, so i dont know how realistic this really is, i just know that some linux users build their own drivers to get the most out of their hardware, since most manufacturers do not release linux specific drivers for their products. id say its worth a try! couldnt hurt to ask!
I believe there are drivers (see post #51) but the phone cannot easily be put into Diagnostic mode. There should be a ##code to put in to switch it to diag mode or a script to run in terminal to switch it, but based on sunsuke's findings, nothing is working so far.
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I believe there are drivers (see post #51) but the phone cannot easily be put into Diagnostic mode. There should be a ##code to put in to switch it to diag mode or a script to run in terminal to switch it, but based on sunsuke's findings, nothing is working so far.
hopefully something works ^^'
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I spent sometime last night with my friend's Venture, and tried everything that I had suggested with little luck.

However, I think I am making progress. I know that this command should/does work or is another variation of this command:

su
echo 1 > /sys/devices/virtual/usb_composite/diag/enable
To disable diag mode:
echo 0 > /sys/devices/virtual/usb_composite/diag/enable

In the /sys/devices/virtual/usb_composite/ directory, there are several folders, all of which contain an "enable" script:
adb
diag
modem
nmea
rmnet
rndis

I think that using the above command and changing diag out for one of the other folders may be the key. I haven't tried it yet though.

I do also recommend installing BOTH of the downloads discussed at the top of this page. Both programs install their own set of drivers which may prove useful when switching modes.
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I spent sometime last night with my friend's Venture, and tried everything that I had suggested with little luck.

However, I think I am making progress. I know that this command should/does work or is another variation of this command:

su
echo 1 > /sys/devices/virtual/usb_composite/diag/enable
To disable diag mode:
echo 0 > /sys/devices/virtual/usb_composite/diag/enable

In the /sys/devices/virtual/usb_composite/ directory, there are several folders, all of which contain an "enable" script:
adb
diag
modem
nmea
rmnet
rndis

I think that using the above command and changing diag out for one of the other folders may be the key. I haven't tried it yet though.

I do also recommend installing BOTH of the downloads discussed at the top of this page. Both programs install their own set of drivers which may prove useful when switching modes.
Alrighty I am just wondering
I just recently swtiched OS from Windows to Ubuntu
will the drivers work under a virtualbox?
if not I will just get out my dinosuar laptop with XP on it SP3
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Alrighty I am just wondering
I just recently swtiched OS from Windows to Ubuntu
will the drivers work under a virtualbox?
if not I will just get out my dinosuar laptop with XP on it SP3
The short answer is maybe.

It hasn't been figured out how to get the phone in the correct mode to connect it to the PC yet. After that happens, the driver issue will come into play.
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The short answer is maybe.

It hasn't been figured out how to get the phone in the correct mode to connect it to the PC yet. After that happens, the driver issue will come into play.
ok I will try this on my XP laptop so I can get the correct results
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after doing the commands I thought I got nothing
but when I am trying to usb connect to move my screen shot that I took to show you I did it right
I can not usb connect to open my files
Is that normal?
I still have my terminal running ^^;
i remember I always had the terminal running and usb connecting to transfer files but now I can't.
is that a good sign or bad sign?
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Here's how I found the MSL on my alcatel/tct/pcd venture. You will need alogcat [and set the filter to 'NV'], or use "adb logcat | fgrep NV", to see pertinent results only.

With log running, dial ##PORT# [##7678#]; tap ok [you don't need to enter a guess of the MSL, but you can if you want to]. Be aware, 2 wrong MSL try's in a row and the phone reboots...

Now, in log I saw;
# V/QC_NV_ITEMS( 8564): Received: 333234363435
so my MSL is 324645, see that? 3X3X3X3X3X3X, the X's are my MSL.

Now, in dialer type ##PORT# again and enter your MSL. tap On. I believe that this just enabled your diagnostic port.

This changed my device. in linux,
with ##PORT# On and settings-applications-development-usbdebugging ON, lsusb now shows;
# Bus 001 Device 007: ID 1bbb:00f5 T & A Mobile Phones
with ##PORT# Off and settings-applications-development-usbdebugging ON it is;
# Bus 001 Device 008: ID 1bbb:00f7 T & A Mobile Phones
with ##PORT# Off and settings-applications-development-usbdebugging OFF it is;
# Bus 001 Device 009: ID 1bbb:d00d T & A Mobile Phones
with ##PORT# On and settings-applications-development-usbdebugging OFF it is;
# Bus 001 Device 010: ID 1bbb:00f6 T & A Mobile Phones
[Notice, it advanced my usb device each time I switched ##PORT# or debugging? The usb port was being reset.]
As you can see there are 4 distinct product codes [the vendor code is 1bbb] for this phone, and prolly all phones. Which ones will work with QPST? [prolly 00f5 and/or f6]. My windows partition is on the fritz right now so someone else can discover.

Other codes that work on the venture;adr2045;PCD/tct/AlcaTel are;
##debug# need MSL, show's your PRL and SID and more.
##RTN# this has an option to RESET, may just reset timers [it shows timers] or may reset something more important, you try, not me...
##DATA# you can change your home SID from 4139 in the advanced section [was that the original goal of this thread?]. In this menu anyone can view the setting but MSL is needed to edit.
*#*#TALK#*#* Google talk info.
*#06# just gives MEID.
*#*#INFO#*#* LOTS of info, you can also select your radio band [cdma, gsm, etc.].
##VIRGIN# for activation.
There must be other codes that work on this phone[I would like to know more], mebbe that's for another thread...
As for changing your PRL [thru QPST, I reckon], its may get changed back to 61007 [or whatever the latest is] automagically by the phone company, but I would like to know if you could do it and how, it might motivate me to get my windows partition running again.

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welcome to androidforums.com, ww227! great find! thanks for signing up to share your contribution with us! everyone please post all success results, and please dont forget to thank our new member if this helps you out!
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man...i am so lost, i dont even know what the goal of this thread was....lmao. but i feel like i got 20 points to my iq just reading the entire thread.

so, whats the point of changing the SID? also, how do you find your "local" SID?
it was mentioned better data speeds, any thing else? ?better service?

im curious, bc i may, or may not do this after i see how it works for others
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man...i am so lost, i dont even know what the goal of this thread was....lmao. but i feel like i got 20 points to my iq just reading the entire thread.

so, whats the point of changing the SID? also, how do you find your "local" SID?
it was mentioned better data speeds, any thing else? ?better service?

im curious, bc i may, or may not do this after i see how it works for others
Well the point of changing the PRL alot of reasons but can sometimes be complicated to do ^^;

reasons why to change them:
*better data speeds
*Use all towers (depends on what prl you have) instead the ones limited to you, to that better signal (I think)

I would say that bad reason for it
but since virgin mobile has a unlimited plan data usage
then no need to worry but ill include then in case:
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*uses your data up faster (only for those that are limited to how many gb of data their aloud to have in their carrier)
*it is illegal to do this method in some carriers such as verzion

but nothing to worry about, it is legal to do it with virgin mobile
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man...i am so lost, i dont even know what the goal of this thread was....lmao. but i feel like i got 20 points to my iq just reading the entire thread.

so, whats the point of changing the SID? also, how do you find your "local" SID?
it was mentioned better data speeds, any thing else? ?better service?

im curious, bc i may, or may not do this after i see how it works for others

For one thing, if you turn all your location options off, you may notice that some apps default you to the middle of oklahoma [or somewhere] which I believe is where 4139 is. Sprint has been using 4139 for all phones for years now, it really doesn't matter to much, tho it did back in the day when there was a thing called roaming fees...
Speed, service? ehhh. It could help in cell tower selection which is based on your SID and your PRL table, prolly not on virgin where there is No roaming at all.

Most of the stuff you can do with a MSL is all geeky, people just don't care anymore, except about themes, hehehe. then again there is some nifty stuff in there.
One thing, if you are at home, and you open ##DEBUG#, you will see the SID of the cell tower you are using, that would be your proper SID.
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Well the point of changing the PRL alot of reasons but can sometimes be complicated to do ^^;

reasons why to change them:
*better data speeds
*Use all towers (depends on what prl you have) instead the ones limited to you, to that better signal (I think)

I would say that bad reason for it
but since virgin mobile has a unlimited plan data usage
then no need to worry but ill include then in case:
bad reasons:
*uses your data up faster (only for those that are limited to how many gb of data their aloud to have in their carrier)
*it is illegal to do this method in some carriers such as verzion

but nothing to worry about, it is legal to do it with virgin mobile
No, not illegal. Civilly, it might break your contract, but criminally no liability can attach, because you are not harming anyone, only [possibly] helping yourself. Example; if your car came with hankook tire, but you switched to fancy bridgestones, are you harming Ford? Well, if you are still making payments to Ford for the car, theoretically they could say put the Hankook tires back on or we are taking the car back [Verizon might say put the PRL we gave you back in, etc..]. Definitely not illegal.
There is a thing called ACCOLC [access overload class], options are 1-15, if you knew that changing yours [randomly assigned to your phone] to 15 would mean that you would still be talking during a disaster with the cops and firefighters [who are the only ones that are suppose to use ACCOLC15] while those around you just get error messages when trying to dial. Is that illegal? Mebbe, but there has yet to be a court case so, you might could justify yourself...
All those little numbers mean something, mostly only appreciated by real geeks, like me.
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No, not illegal. Civilly, it might break your contract, but criminally no liability can attach, because you are not harming anyone, only [possibly] helping yourself. Example; if your car came with hankook tire, but you switched to fancy bridgestones, are you harming Ford? Well, if you are still making payments to Ford for the car, theoretically they could say put the Hankook tires back on or we are taking the car back [Verizon might say put the PRL we gave you back in, etc..]. Definitely not illegal.
There is a thing called ACCOLC [access overload class], options are 1-15, if you knew that changing yours [randomly assigned to your phone] to 15 would mean that you would still be talking during a disaster with the cops and firefighters [who are the only ones that are suppose to use ACCOLC15] while those around you just get error messages when trying to dial. Is that illegal? Mebbe, but there has yet to be a court case so, you might could justify yourself...
All those little numbers mean something, mostly only appreciated by real geeks, like me.
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i want all of it! lol, so is this method working currently? I really cant afford to brick another one of these. VM already sent me a replacement
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VM will send u a replacement aslong as it within the first year of purchase. the best part about this is: once the new phone arrives ur VM Warranty restarts so aslong as you get a new phone once a year ull never b w/o a warranty
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does someone want to guide me thru this step by step? i have never used logcat, also. this thread is a tad jumbled on how to do some of these things exactly.

also does it have to be the stock dialer? or will the go dialer work? bc it doesnt seem to be doing anything when i dial in ##7678#
yup you need the stock dialer....ok, so i got my msl.
now, what suggestions do yall have that i should change?
i use alot of data, but as you all know, i get at most .7mbps on cell, and 1.1mbps on wifi.
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what is a home page vocoder? and a home orig vocoder and a roam orig vocoder?
i was just wondering. i changed my sid and my nid to the appropriate locations....
ill let you know after i speed test it and do some more in the field testing to see how it goes.
i was jw, the "nid" that was like 6 digits long, the one i have set for home is only 2....any reason? and any idea of what i should send it to?
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hey all, looks like i stirred a hornets nest!
been up 36 hoours, now have a rom with root from aeneas, wanna fiddle more before sending it out, it's theme is venture with out vm. make calls without vm, also working on wifi fiddles. did you know that it is set to 1.5 watts? I actually thought that was illegal, turned power down to .5 watts and getting better service. Anyway, back to this later.
venture without virgin, gonna have to have a greek name. hehehe
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VOice enCODER - vocoder.

Digital sampling and compression/decompression of your voice for use on digital cell networks.

Sometimes changing that can change voice quality, up or down, or break things until restored.

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Thank you ww227.I got my MSL thru your tutorial.please clarify me whethel msl and spc code are the same.I am from India and here they are asking spc code for intiall programing to activate the phone.Please help
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been up 36 hoours, now have a rom with root from aeneas, wanna fiddle more before sending it out, it's theme is venture with out vm. make calls without vm, also working on wifi fiddles. did you know that it is set to 1.5 watts? I actually thought that was illegal, turned power down to .5 watts and getting better service. Anyway, back to this later.
venture without virgin, gonna have to have a greek name. hehehe


how did you manage to turn down the power to .5 watts? id like to do this myself. but id rather not start with a new rom. the one i have currently is working just great.
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I think I'm going to start a new thread shortly, as this thread has mostly been a trial/error-type of notepad.

I really want to thank ww227, as his method DOES work to get the MSL!!! I was quickly able to change the default SID (4139 which is Kansas City) to my local market of 4418, which made my friend's phone ring immediately instead of 7+ rings.

I HIGHLY RECOMMEND MAKING YOUR SID 0 IF YOU TRAVEL OUT OF YOUR MARKET OFTEN/WEEKLY, otherwise I recommend making it whatever it should be for your local market!

As far as connecting it to QPST to update the PRL, I give up at the moment; ##PORT# is needed to be on USB (thanks again ww227!), but I cannot get proper drivers loaded in Windows XP or 7. I did try my own suggestion at the top of page 2 to possibly install drivers, but alas, those are not the right ones for "JukeB".
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How to Calculate a Sprint MSL Code From the ESN | Chron.com

Did you actually try this? Because I find it hard to believe that a .exe file will run on an android phone...
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Thank you ww227.I got my MSL thru your tutorial.please clarify me whethel msl and spc code are the same.I am from India and here they are asking spc code for intiall programing to activate the phone.Please help
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Short answer, Yes, in this decade they are one and the same, just different terminology. So use the MSL where they ask for SPC

Long answer, in the beginning;
MSL is permanent in phone
MSL gives access to all programmable settings.
SPC was temporary, could only be used once.
SPC gave access only to menu for setting up the phone for a particular carrier, phone number, home system etc.

I have not seen a real temporary SPC for a decade, but many folks still use the term. Since real SPC's were phased out in CDMA before GSM, the term spc is now usually only heard in countrys with only [or mostly] GSM.

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how did you manage to turn down the power to .5 watts? id like to do this myself. but id rather not start with a new rom. the one i have currently is working just great.


1st adb remount -- to set /system/ to rewritable
2nd adb push iwconfig /system/xbin/iwconfig
[also push iwlist, iwgetid, iwpriv, iwgetevent and iw{if you can find an 'iw' for android, let me know}{also there is now iwmulticall available for android, it's like busybox, one ap in /system/bin that you create softlinks to (ln -s /system/bin/iwmulticall >iwconfig)}]
3rd adb shell, then;
su, then;
iwconfig eth0 txpower 500mW

if you just run 'iwconfig eth0' then you get something like this;
eth0 IEEE 802.11-DS ESSID:"TI87GE69" Nickname:""
Mode:Managed Frequency:2.457 GHz Access Point: 5C9:98:59:5D:FE
Bit Rate=5.5 Mb/s Tx-Power:27 dBm
Retry min limit:7 RTS thrff Fragment thrff
Encryption keyff
Power Managementmode:All packets received
Link Quality=1/5 Signal level=-84 dBm Noise level=-89 dBm
Rx invalid nwid:0 Rx invalid crypt:0 Rx invalid frag:0
Tx excessive retries:0 Invalid misc:0 Missed beacon:0


and running 'iwconfig eth0 power off' gives this
eth0 IEEE 802.11-DS ESSID:"TI87GE69" Nickname:""
Mode:Managed Frequency:2.457 GHz Access Point: 5C9:98:59:5D:FE
Bit Rate=5.5 Mb/s Tx-Power:27 dBm
Retry min limit:7 RTS thrff Fragment thrff
Encryption keyff
Power Managementmode:All packets received
Link Quality=1/5 Signal level=-84 dBm Noise level=-89 dBm
Rx invalid nwid:0 Rx invalid crypt:0 Rx invalid frag:0
Tx excessive retries:0 Invalid misc:0 Missed beacon:0

now wifi wont sleep

and 'iwconfig eth0 bit 2M' gives you
eth0 IEEE 802.11-DS ESSID:"TI87GE69" Nickname:""
Mode:Managed Frequency:2.457 GHz Access Point: 5C9:98:59:5D:FE
Bit Rate=2 Mb/s Tx-Power:27 dBm
Retry min limit:7 RTS thrff Fragment thrff
Encryption keyff
Power Managementff
Link Quality=1/5 Signal level=-90 dBm Noise level=-92 dBm
Rx invalid nwid:0 Rx invalid crypt:0 Rx invalid frag:0
Tx excessive retries:0 Invalid misc:0 Missed beacon:0

now wifi link is stuck at 2megs/sec, plenty fast for me, but it wont auto adjust faster then slower and will hold the signal longer

and iwconfig eth0 ap 5C9:98:59:5D:FE
nothing changed in view, but wifi is now locked to my ap, won't switch even if i lose the signal, it will just keep looking for my ap.
iwconfig eth0 essid TI87GE69 would do the samething.

I'm still fiddling with retry and rts.
O, and nothing sticks after reboot, or even turning wifi off then on again...


I got iwconfig from;

http://dl.xda-developers.com/attachdl/bda3c1b1d9306b8121e15ee991513692/50e82eb8/7/3/8/7/6/8/iwconfig.tar

i think you have to create an account to dl files from xda, but try it without first.

can't remember where i got the other iw commands, from an apk i think
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well damn, it doesnt stick after reboot? that blooows
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I registered here just because i was able to get the msl code from my Venture thanks to ww227. And i have been following the progress and post daily. Hopefully someone can figure out how to get the AAA Password
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Until we can figure out what drivers it needs when connecting to the PC via ##PORT# it's not happening.
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