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Thread: service programming on the moto droid

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    Quote Originally Posted by vzwextender
    well being in canada theres only so much i can do for data

    i managed to get telus evdo working on the droid. using qpst
    QEMU and QPST? Which Version of QPST?

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    Yeah...I think a little more detail about how you got Telus EvDO auth to stick would be very appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vzwextender
    well being in canada theres only so much i can do for data
    i managed to get telus evdo working on the droid. using qpst
    You can use evdo? How do set?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vzwextender
    well being in canada theres only so much i can do for data

    i managed to get telus evdo working on the droid. using qpst
    You were able to get the PPP setting changes to stick?

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    Did you use the software download module to backup a .qcn of the NVM and manually edit the file and restore it? That is one method I think may work with QPST.
    I haven't tried it but it has worked on previous Moto smartphones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbman
    Cricket?? MetroPCS?? Ntelos?? All are CDMA carriers...
    Sarcasm, a sarcasm font is needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vzwextender
    I thinks enough discussion on this thread and this forum about how to connect the phone to the computer.

    I think its time we focus on actually re-programming the phone, data settings, making phone work on other carriers, etc.
    If you've already got the data settings to stick then what is the meaning of this post?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vjdupree
    If you've already got the data settings to stick then what is the meaning of this post?
    Because theres much more we can do, plus I got it working on WestNet evdo which uses simple IP auth to login, the Mobile IP auth seems not to be working yet.

    Also, in this process one of the phones ESN went all to zeros. Luckily when did a reset the ESN was retored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vzwextender
    Because theres much more we can do, plus I got it working on WestNet evdo which uses simple IP auth to login, the Mobile IP auth seems not to be working yet.

    Also, in this process one of the phones ESN went all to zeros. Luckily when did a reset the ESN was retored.
    The procedure please.
    Getting anything to stick is important step.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vzwextender
    Because theres much more we can do, plus I got it working on WestNet evdo which uses simple IP auth to login, the Mobile IP auth seems not to be working yet.

    Also, in this process one of the phones ESN went all to zeros. Luckily when did a reset the ESN was retored.
    How to change QPST User Profile NAT and tetethered nai([email protected] and [email protected]),format lock
    PPP Config PPP Authentication User ID format lock([email protected])
    How to change
    Thanks

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    We need a Hex Viewer/Editor app for Android. Some of the files are in plain text readable by humans but others are in machine text readable by droids

    I wonder if Android would even approve a hex viewer app, but then again they aren't as fascist as Apple.

    VIVA open-source!

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    Quote Originally Posted by XSYLUS
    We need a Hex Viewer/Editor app for Android. Some of the files are in plain text readable by humans but others are in machine text readable by droids

    I wonder if Android would even approve a hex viewer app, but then again they aren't as fascist as Apple.

    VIVA open-source!

    its open source we should be able to do anything.

    Its like the e815, it didnt allow vzw3g to be changed. until we flashed to until or alteast did a hex edit

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    Quote Originally Posted by vzwextender
    its open source we should be able to do anything.

    Its like the e815, it didnt allow vzw3g to be changed. until we flashed to until or alteast did a hex edit
    Yeah you did...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by vzwextender
    its open source we should be able to do anything.
    Quite a bit of Android isn't open source (market, google maps, various drivers, etc). That doesn't matter though, because the radio has little to do with android anyway. The radio is definitely not open source.
    Please don't PM me about the Droid data settings. I've said all that I know, and I know all that I care about knowing. I'm not even looking to discover anything new.

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    Don't Get It (Stuck)

    First I would like to thank the super smart people to come up with such a technique... I have used up a whole weeked trying to figue this out though... no program would allow me to access that folder I tried too much and I have no other option but to give up... I leave this screenshot


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