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Thread: Sanyo SCP 3810 SPC CODE and Drivers?

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    i was also looking for these files..... thanks guys.... had the files but was lacking the installer

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    can any one please gide me in getting a spc code for the incognito ????thanx

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    thanks for this worked like a charm

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    Seems that the download is there but as other have indicated it only charges my SPC-3810. I would like to get some help to actually open the device for picture uploads... Any assistance out-there

    DataPilot downloads may be found thru other sources also...
    Last edited by WaveWeasel; 05-25-2010 at 02:07 PM. Reason: Update

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    ok sanyo mirror 8130 spc was found with workshop adress start at 0320-03ff till stop my spc was located at located at: 03A9:2043

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    hello, i use the first adress and it work with cdma 3.5 on a boost version of sanyo scp 3810
    thanks for the tips.

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    Name:  systeen.GIF
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Size:  20.2 KBI am having trouble with connecting this phone to my laptop running Windows 7 64 bit.

    I downloaded the drivers made available by sam9 (http://depositfiles.com/files/s6opo1isg ) and succeeded in installing them. The device manager shows that there are 3 instances of Susteen installed (see attached image):
    1) Under Modems as "Susteen USB cable #2
    2) Under Ports as "Susteen USB Cable Port (Com6)
    3) Under USB controllers as "Susteen USB Cable"

    So it seems to have installed itself correctly. But when I open "My Computer" the phone does not appear as a drive. So how does one connect with the phonme and use it?

    I've even rebooted the laptop in case that made any difference, but it did not. The phone still does not appear as a usb drive under "My Computer".

    Please help.

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    Additoinal info:
    I also downloaded and installed "DataPilot Trial" but when I enter Sanyo for manufacturer there is no option to select SCP-3810 (it is not one of the available choices in the drop down list) and if I allow Datapilot to autodetect it does not find the phone.

    Am at a loss and need help.

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    this info helps out a lot. thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aschwiso View Post
    this info helps out a lot. thanks!
    Huh .........?

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    nesesitaba los drivers de sanyo thanks, very good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim52 View Post
    From what I've heard, it depends on whether you have a Sprint or Boost Mobile version of the SCP-3810. I had a Boost Mobile model. From what I've heard the Sprint model is at 0319:0F4A.

    If all else fails, you can do it like I did using UniCDMA. Read 5 or 10 million bytes starting at 0x03000000. Open the file in WinHex and do a CTRL-F10. This will take you to gather text specialist mode. Put 6 for recognize text by successive. Make sure only the box for numbers is checked and then click OK. WinHex will condense the very large file down to a 1k file that you can easily go through to find the SPC. When I did that, the SPC just happened to be the very first 6 digit number.
    Thanks. It works great

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    anderson222, windows 7 64 bit installations are not compatable with almost all of the drivers and softwares with regards to phones and flashing. most of which were made for xp. the compatable version of windows 7 requires a 32 or 86 bit installation.this may be where your problem is. we have 10 computers at our shop and the 2 that have 64 bit installations are compatable with almost none of the programs/softwares that we use for phones,we have to use either windos 7 86 bit or the macchines with xp 32 bit installs. hope this helps.
    Last edited by rich hathaway; 11-03-2010 at 09:15 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anderson222 View Post
    Name:  systeen.GIF
Views: 3976
Size:  20.2 KBI am having trouble with connecting this phone to my laptop running Windows 7 64 bit.

    I downloaded the drivers made available by sam9 (http://depositfiles.com/files/s6opo1isg ) and succeeded in installing them. The device manager shows that there are 3 instances of Susteen installed (see attached image):
    1) Under Modems as "Susteen USB cable #2
    2) Under Ports as "Susteen USB Cable Port (Com6)
    3) Under USB controllers as "Susteen USB Cable"

    So it seems to have installed itself correctly. But when I open "My Computer" the phone does not appear as a drive. So how does one connect with the phonme and use it?

    I've even rebooted the laptop in case that made any difference, but it did not. The phone still does not appear as a usb drive under "My Computer".

    Please help.

    I have the exact same issue but am running 32bit xp pro with sp3.

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    SPC Sanyo 3810 SPRINT

    0319:0F4A

    Works Perfect for the sprint Sanyo 3810
    Thanks

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