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Thread: Sanyo SCP 3810 SPC CODE and Drivers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grishatataru View Post
    0319:0F4A

    Works Perfect for the sprint Sanyo 3810
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    Thats good to hear. I did see note that other people used that but honestly I have no idea what you guys are talking about. Anyone care enough to dumb it down for me?

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    can someone email me the drivers, I have a restricted net connection and cannot go to the file hosts. I just got this phone and want to see if I can make it into a modem, first thing I need is the drivers, of coarse. my email is [email protected]

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    Not sure if anyone had figured out a way to get their pictures/data off their Sanyo Mirros, but I just did a write up on this complete with attached drivers...

    http://www.howardforums.com/showthre...ighlight=mirro

    Enjoy!

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    Can anyone shed some light as to HOW i get the SPC from a mirro, I am able to read the phone using UniCDMA, CDMA WS 2.7, and QPST. But I am unclear as to what I should be looking for. I did a dump using CMDA WS of the NV Items, and used WinHex to open it. The only thing SPC related I see is several areas saying:

    - SPC

    6 digits is required


    Anyone? Thanks!

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    I figured out how to get the SPC. I will make a step-by-step write up for those who don't completely understand all the other procedures.

    Sent via the HowardForums Android app

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    Quote Originally Posted by grishatataru View Post
    0319:0F4A

    Works Perfect for the sprint Sanyo 3810
    Thanks
    thanks for posting the address for this model.workd great. !!!

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    i to have the susteen drivers as well and yes it does work, just depending on what you are trying to do with the phone...i cant upload pics from phone...but driver does work, what OS windows are you using?

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    i am to at a loss, i uploaded the same software and pc windows does not find the phone, it recodnizes it, but does not find it as another device

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    first of all is it a motorola phone or scp sprint, if its a motorola i have the intel for you: go to http://www.driverguide.com and look for the motorola driver for that phone, you can use your phone as a modem then if you get the right one i suggested, its motorla version. 1.3.1.1.0 i do believe

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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 its works

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasew503 View Post
    Not sure if anyone had figured out a way to get their pictures/data off their Sanyo Mirros, but I just did a write up on this complete with attached drivers...

    howardforums.com/showthread.php/1714064-HOW-TO-Transfer-Pictures-Data-from-Sanyo-Mirro-SCP-3810-to-PC-Via-USB?highlight=mirro

    Enjoy!
    Sorry but I don't understand any of this.. I just made a new thread about getting the pictures off of my Sanyo SCP-3810 at the top of the page, could you please walk me through this only this time please pay more attention to detail. This seems like a very simple process but the way you described it here... I just don't understand..

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