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Processor and Baseband Info

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by 72ijij, Oct 16, 2021.

  1. 72ijij

    72ijij Lurker
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    I'm working with a Kyocera KYV47, OS Version 10.

    Am I able to find the processor and baseband information without using 3rd-party software?

    Thank you.

    * * * Wait!

    I should be a bit more polite and offer just a tad more in this first post here, yes?

    Am an old man --- 68 years of age --- retired from duties in aviation --- still own 2 Tandy RadioShack units and have a big box of those true floppy disks with all sorts of programs and such for the two so very heavy Tandy units.

    That's good enough for starters, isn't it? Clearly shows old and stupid, right? I mean by "stupid" who would be keeping two Tandy units with all that stuff that goes with them?
     


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  2. Dannydet

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  3. Hadron

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    You should be able to find the baseband firmware version in the software information in the system settings.

    But there's no harm in using a third party app for this.
     
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  4. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

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  5. 72ijij

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    Firstly, I appreciate the responses from all, but I must confess that I erred in the research AO before posting the question. Could be I was suffering from research fatigue because the more I studied a certain issue with this new piece of equipment I bought --- I call it a Scotty Phone (named for that engineer when the first Star Trek phones appeared on the screen) --- Anyway, I have/had been researching another issue and then it hit me that the processor in my phone might be the weak kitten in the litter, but couldn't figure out how to study that. As this site came up in the other research I was stupid enough to ask before properly checking. Seems I need a special software installed to find out such things as what sort of processor Scotty installed in my phone.
     
  6. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    i just told you what the processor was in the post above you. what are you trying to do?
     
  7. 72ijij

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    The processor for my unit was identified as being different than the one Dannydet first identified, and you then confirmed.

    Mine is:
    Kyocera KYV47
    OS Version 10
    Processor = AArch 64 Processor rev 4 (aarch64)
    Baseband = MOLY.LR12A.R3.TC31.Q.KDDI.PR.SP.V1
    Android ID = ++++++(Not sure yet if this should be made public.)
    Daemon Version = 1.0.2.528
    Daemon Version Code = 528

    So we are sure we have two different processors identified and so an obvious next question is whether there are more?
     
  8. mikedt

    mikedt 你好

    I'm pretty sure that's a MediaTek, as already stated in this thread "MediaTek Helio A22 MT6761". And "MOLY" is a MediaTek identifier.
     
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  9. Hadron

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    Aarch64 is just another way of saying "ARM64". In other words it's identifying the processor architecture rather than the particular SoC, and as almost all Android devices use ARM architecture processors, no matter what the processor brand, it doesn't actually tell us very much at all.

    However, as Mike points out, the baseband confirms that this is a MediaTek processor.
     
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  10. 72ijij

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    I do appreciate all the feedback. And I am getting the idea that the software that gave me that unit information, which included that "Aarch" bla-bla-bla led me off the proper path and ... Well, not to be trusted.

    Oh yes, and ocnbrze, I had no impolite intentions with that response. Your tone struck me as if I had caused you some irritation. I was just reading the information that software had given me and it seemed different from the earlier processor info that was posted. I'm quite new at dealing with these little hand-held computer thingies and am not even sure I much like them, but family folks insisted I start to carry one of these around due to medical troubles, so I follow their rules.
     
    #10 72ijij, Oct 18, 2021
    Last edited: Oct 18, 2021
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