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Thread: SCH-R450 - Samsunng (R450m)

  1. #1
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    SCH-R450 - Samsunng (R450m)

    There is a Driver that works for the CDMA
    (20050804143823625_CDMA_Driver) This was the file name but was trying to find that link to it again. When I do I will add the link here.

    LINK:-> http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/co...DMA_Driver.exe

    The MicroSD has a max 2gig. The MicroSC card has to be in the phone and formatted to works with the USB hookup. If asked for the new hardware just cancel out and open Exsplore and goto the drive letter thats new or download that CDMA driver I named above.

    Get the MicroSD in and have the phone format your card. When its done just pull out that MicroSD and plug it into your computer and put the files "INTO" the files as they are named.
    Files:
    My_Images
    My_Music
    My_Ringtones
    My_Sounds

    The phone games are BREW.
    (have no other info on the brew games yet)


    UPDATE 9/14/08



    Push the “OK” go to the Menu number push "OK". Enter the “*“ and a code. Some codes are your last 4 digests of that phone number.(XXX-XXX-####)

    SCH-R450 Samsung

    Push the “OK” go to the Menu then push “OK” again. Enter the “*“ then a code. Some codes are your last 4 digests of that phone number.

    Menu:
    1. Contacts
    >none

    2. Calls
    >none

    3. Messages
    *
    >Lock Code

    4. @metro
    * + (last 4 of phone)
    >Brew Info
    ~Primary DNS IP
    78
    ~Secondary DNS IP
    2305
    ~Carrier ID
    Brew.metropcs.net
    ~Platform ID
    Brew.metropcs.net
    ~Brew Primary URL
    0
    ~Brew Secondary URL
    Brew.metropcs.net
    ~Brew Bkey
    0
    ~Brew ABkey (1:A 0:B)
    0
    ~Brew Auth (1/0)
    1
    ~Eula Support (1/0)
    0
    ~Min for Sid (1/0)
    1
    ~Test Enable (1/0)
    0
    ~Brew Policy
    3
    ~Brew Directed SMS
    4098
    ~Prepay
    1

    5. MetroWEB
    * + (last 4 of phone)
    >Primary DNS
    ~HTTP Proxy Port
    3128
    ~E2E Port
    443
    ~LXL Port
    8080
    ~HTTP Username
    Your Phone # @mymetropcs.com
    ~HTTP Password
    metropcs
    ~Primary DNS
    wap.metropcs.net
    >Secondary DNS
    ~HTTP Proxy Port
    3128
    ~E2E Port
    443
    ~LXL Port
    8080
    ~HTTP Username
    Your Phone # @mymetropcs.com
    ~HTTP Password
    metropcs
    ~Primary DNS
    wap.metropcs.net

    >Proxy address
    ~Proxy IP Used
    no
    ~Primary IP
    0.0.0.0
    ~Secondary IP
    0.0.0.0
    ~Network Name
    metropcs
    ~Browser Default Font
    11

    >Common Settings
    ~Home URL
    http://wap.metropcs.net
    ~Uaprofile URL
    http://uaprof.metropcs.net/.UAProf/sam-r450.xml
    ~User Agent
    Sam-r450


    6. Voice SVC
    >none

    7. Multimedia
    >none

    8. Tools
    >none

    9. Settings
    *
    >Service programming
    >Enter Sec Code:
    (enter 6 digit code)

    Update info
    Last edited by rashou812; 09-14-2008 at 01:48 PM.

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    hey, well i heard that this configuration should be the same for an instinct as anyone tried it?

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    Call Samsung

    The information that I see about the "LOCK CODE" is that you can call Samsung and they will give you the code.

    Samsung Mon-Fri 7am to 9pm Central time
    1-888-987-4357
    Pull your numbers under the battery they will ask you for one of them.

    NOTE:
    If this is a Metro PCS, they have the right not to give this number out.
    As they say, and you should know this:
    The Network Lock code is propriety to the Service Provider and can be released only by their approval (if attempting to unlock the handset for use with another Service Provider, it will require contacting the Service Provider for the NCK (Network Control Key) code).

    Thats BS as I paid full price for my phone without help from the provider. Its the only way you can get this phone.

    Some Other Information to play with

    ----
    Auto Key Lock

    To enable or disable the Auto Key Lock feature follow the steps below:

    1. From the standby screen, press the OK button for menu
    2. Select Settings (9)
    3. Select Phone Settings (5)
    4. Select Auto Key Lock (9)
    5. Highlight either On or Off, using the navigation keys
    6. Press the OK button to Save the Auto Key Lock setting

    Note: To Unlock the Keypad press the left soft key for Unlock then press the asterisk (*) key until the "Keypad is Unlocked" message is displayed
    ----
    Phone Lock

    Important!: If you change the NAM1 setting after setting the phone to lock upon power-up and did not program a number into NAM2, you won’t be able to access your phone. You must call the MetroPCS Service Center to unlock the phone.

    Service Provider Contact Information

    To enable, change or delete the phone lock follow the steps below:

    1. From the standby screen, press the OK button for menu
    2. Select Settings (9)
    3. Select Phone Settings (5)
    4. Select Security (3)
    5. Enter the Lock Code (Default is last 4 digits of the cell phone number
    6. Select Lock Phone (1)
    7. Highlight the desired Phone Lock setting, using the navigation keys, from the folllowing:
    * Lock — The phone locks immediately and stays locked until you enter the lock code
    * Unlock — The phone remains unlocked
    * On Power Up — The phone locks automatically the next time your phone is powered on and stays locked until you enter the lock code
    8. Press the OK button to Save the Phone Lock setting
    ----

    I have links of information but will add them when this site lets me. Helpful roads of information for all users.

    ----
    Last edited by rashou812; 09-14-2008 at 10:57 PM. Reason: Other information forgot

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    WARNING!!
    in this area you should be very careful you could change something in your phone and it could stop working. Take note of any changes you make.

    --------------
    9. Settings
    *
    >Service programming
    >Enter Sec Code:
    587846

    >Service Programming
    (1)Phone Number
    Phone Number(MDN)
    (Phone Number)

    (2)MIN
    MIN
    (Phone Number)

    (3)Home SID
    Enter SID
    (number)


    -----------------------

    >9. Settings
    #
    587846
    >System Info
    1. Debug Screen
    Use the arrow Left and Right to move to the next menu.
    Debug_00 to Debug_09
    (to exit this mode you have to turn off you phone by holding the red button for 5 sec)(then turn it back on)

    2. Test Call
    S02 RC11
    S02 RC33
    S02 RC43
    S09 RC22
    S09 RC54
    S054 RC22
    S055 RC11
    S055 RC22
    S055 RC33
    S055 RC43
    S055 RC54
    S032798 RC11
    S032798 RC33
    S032798 RC22
    S032798 RC54

    3. Voice SO
    *Default
    S03 RC11
    S03 RC33
    S03 RC43
    S032768 RC22
    S032768 RC54

    4. Port Map
    1. DS (DATA)
    NULL
    USB
    Bluetooth
    2. DM (DIAG)
    UART
    USB
    Bluetooth
    3. HFK/FTC
    NULL
    UART

    5. Throughput Test
    (send)

    6. Bluetooth
    RF Test
    AG Test
    My Address

    7. Force Mode
    1. Prev Mode
    P_REV 6
    P_REV 4
    P_REV 3

    2. Band Class
    *Automatic Mode
    Class 0 (CDMA)
    Class 1 (PCS)
    Class 15 (AWS)

    8. DUN Mode
    Enable
    *Disable
    Last edited by rashou812; 09-24-2008 at 01:27 AM. Reason: Update information and Layout
    Author of "Inside the Samsung R450"
    The Hackers Manual
    DOWNLOAD V3.0

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    Any success on linking the phone to the computer? ie filesystem access? I've downloaded the cdma driver and it comes up cdma modem. I cannot use bitpim or wammu on windows or linux to connect to it fails. I have the settings set to usb. I am using the qualcomm qpst program to access the phone but unfortunaltly it needs a 6 digit spc code. it isn't 000000, 123456, or 587846. So I tried using a calulator to get my spc code, but they require an 11 digit esn dec code, whilst my r450m is has only a 10 digit dec esn. The Samsung pc studio cannot connect to the phone either. I can attempt to make data calls on it as a modem, but that's about all I can do. I really want inside this phone. (I cannot use bluetooth as a link currently). Please help.

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    That is strange. I have also tried many things but no luck. That number is the one metro pcs uses for there phones. It maybe a cricket clone or newer or older. My phone is less then 90 days old. I also listed all the stuff thats part of that locked area. Will keep working to find all there is to know.

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    I got mine a week or two after it came out in August. My MEID DEC is an 18 digit string, my MEID hex is 14 digits. I believe the spc code I need is the same one that allows the service programming, that goes beyond the basic MetroPCS access, which this code is undoubtably the unlock code. QPST honors this maximum security access to the filesystem as well as anything else(flashing, backup, sms, etc). And when I use BitPim it freezes. When I use Wammu is says "Error: Your phone asks for a pin". I heard that bitpim could access the filesystem in a non-administrator mode on a R450. Nothing works on Windows or Linux. The phone as a modem comes, up, I can make data calls from the tethering guide, but I can't get -inside- it.

    So maybe there's someone out there who'd be interested in making a calculator for the spc code considering the length of my meid values. Or maybe I'm blantantly over-looking something?

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    I have this problem also..i have tried everything to get into the phone directories. Nothing seams to work.

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    I found a converter that is able to convert the MEID number into the 11digit ESN (dec) that you need to get your SPC. I was able to get into the phones directory using QPST but honestly i have no idea what to do in here. I was wondering if anyone had knowledge on the subject. I want to be able to add Apps or anything that will make me enjoy the phone more.

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    Please, please link the converter. Once I am able to get into the phone I'll find out for myself what kind of things can be done. ( I myself am mostly interested in the filesystem access) And I'll post anything useful here.

    On another note, I wonder it's possible to install the j2me runtime on a brew based phone... just an idea..

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    I have listed whats in the phone and at what points you need passwords. The list above show what you can do just as it show in the phone. Most of it is settings that you check.
    • 1 ??
      2 ??
      3 ??

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    I figured it out. I need to convert my 18 digit meid to a psuedo esn. And then I put it in the calculator. Now I can use it with QPST. It's completely unlocked now I am happy. If anyone else needs help getting their r450 spc I will post how I did it, was pretty simple, but I guess I let my anticipation fly over my head.

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    Can you post anything that can be done in the file system. Im new to Samsung phones, most times ive had Motorola phones and i enjoyed they customization abilities. But i really like this phone and im eager to know any tricks that i can do in there. Please post your findings.

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    Thumbs up

    If you could take the time to lay it out so everyone can get that information that would be cool.

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    Arrow

    On the debug screen I said..

    1. Debug Screen
    Use the arrow Left and Right to move to the next menu.
    Debug_00 to Debug_09
    (to exit this mode you have to turn off you phone by holding the red button for 5 sec)(then turn it back on)



    ---Update: 9/26/08---

    You can exit this mode by going back to the
    9. settings
    #
    code ######
    clicking on the debug mode.
    It will stop it. so you dont have to turn your phone off like I said before.
    Last edited by rashou812; 09-26-2008 at 11:12 PM.

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