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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by joehammer, Nov 7, 2009.

  1. joehammer

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    If you've forgotten your MSL, it seems you can load up the ADB drivers and run ADB.exe with the following command: adb shell getprop Look for the line that says "[ril.MSL]: [xxxxxx]" and that's your MSL.
     

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    nice tip!
     
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    how do i get adb.exe to recognize my phone?
     
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    Very handy, thanks for the tip! I was able to do this without adb using connectbot from the market. Run connectbot, choose to connect to "local" type "getprop" and hit enter. You can scroll up and down by dragging along the right side of the screen until you find that line.
     
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    added to FAQ thanks KeithKris for the info on connectbot.. i was having trouble connecting to adb.exe
     
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    It returned everything BUT ril.MSL! HELP!
     

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