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Topic # 10052 1-Nov-2006 18:23
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Hi,

Got a Sanyo SCP-8200 on Telecom(NZ) PrePaid. Kind of embarassed but I seem to have wiped out my WAP settings whilst playing with erasing the previous owner's data! Got into the Service Programming section and reset the phone to factory defaults! This took out all the Web/WAP settings, bugger! I did write down everything I could without having the MSL(SPC) code so have got voice and txt working along with all the SIP settings. I have since found out how to get the MSL(SPC) code from the phone and can set the WAP back up if only I can get the settings.



Could someone PLEASE give me the settings off thier SPC-8200? Failing that, if you contact me via eMail I can let you know how to read your settings in case your interested and you could, maybe, pass them on to me in exchange?



I took the phone to a Telecom shop and the Geek who served me told me it was faulty and had to be sent to Auckland for repair. The phone is NOT faulty! I cant believe they cannot setup the Web/WAP? Would like to do it myself if possible. Is it possible?



Specifically require the following settings, all from within the Service Programming section...

Note: Can be read through 'Edit Mode' of each section - MSL(SPC) Code required.

USER NAME: CUSTOM NAI... (These also for P2T NAI - Same settings?)

User Name

Password

HA Password

SPI HA

SPI AAA

Reverse T Pref

M Home Adrs (Same as Gateway Primary?)

Prim H Agent

Scnd H Agent



ADVANCED:

P_Rev

Vocoder

SCM

Slot Mode

Slot Index

Home NID

Home SID (Same as SID?)

MCC

MNC

Accolc

Home Sys Reg

FSID Reg

FNID Reg



Not sure if all of these are required and the WAP function is not critical to phone operation but it would be nice to get it going. Any help most appreciated. Thanks...


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  Reply # 50830 2-Nov-2006 19:02
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Anyone??? Even a Username and Password would be a start... :-)

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  Reply # 50835 2-Nov-2006 19:54
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Sanyo 7400 settings be the same?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 50864 3-Nov-2006 07:57
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Hi,
Thanks for your reply. Was beginning to think there was no-one out there! :-)

Not sure if the 7400 would be the same or not. I would guess that most of the settings are generic across most phones that use WAP? i.e: Username and Password. Not even sure which settings are actually used to be honest. I do know that without one, some or all of these settings I only get a Network Timeout error when trying to connect to the Web. Must be someone out there who knows about the WAP settings for Telecom surely?

If you have these settings for your 7400 I would appreciate it if you could get them to me. No doubt some may be particular to your phone only and cannot be used but, hey, some information is better than none right? Thanks and kind regards...

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  Reply # 50866 3-Nov-2006 08:18
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the reason the store was unable t help you, is that seeing there is no parallel import market for CDMA phones, TNZ customises each unit themselves, and there is generally no need (or indeed, generally no access) for a user to be able to change/wipe out the settings.

TNZ provides zero training to retail/business staff for this sort of thing, and as far as I am aware, doesnt make the settings publicly available anywhere (due to not needing to).

As you say, copy the settings from another phone, but in Telecoms defence, you had to bypass the programming codes, which are not meant for end users. There is a reset factory settings in the security menu of the phone which resets user data, not network data.

A warning to others - in most cases, no good can come of getting the codes for the service side of your phone. On very few models, users have changed a setting to get better voice quality, and you can sometimes change the 'service numbers' that are allowed while phone is locked (*123,111 etc etc), but ther is nothing cool and awesome in there, you wont change your $400 phone into $800 phone, but you do run the risk of a $50+ repair bill to restore the settings if you are unable to do this yourself.




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  Reply # 50889 3-Nov-2006 11:23
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Thanks Tony,
Kind of guessed that. Still require the info' if anyone has it please. Thanks and regards.



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  Reply # 52317 14-Nov-2006 19:52
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Hi,
Finally found the info I required to get the phone working on WAP again. The various codes required to enter the following modes cannot be posted here but with a little effort they can be found on sites like http://www.mobile-files.com for example. I should add that after contacting Telecom several times and informing them what had happened, No one could help me with these settings! Probably done by a machine before the phones go out and known only to a few. Certainly no one in their Customer Support division! They seemed quite happy to give out the MSL(SPC) number. Even after remote ‘re-programming and re-provisioning’ the critical settings are not downloaded. In case anyone requires this information in the future, here it is…

Found under Phone Info…
Phone#: 027(Phone Specific)
MSID: 173(Phone# without 027)
MODEL: SCP-8200
SOFTWARE: 1.001NZ
HARDWARE: 0202
PRL: 1022
PRI: 0xd049
BROWSER: 20041112Rel-v006a-nz8200
SIP LIBRARY: 2.2.1.13
GATEWAY PRIMARY: 166.179.37.129
SID: 8583
CHANNEL: 283
TECHNOLOGY: Digital
Frequency: 800MHz


##( See http://www.mobile-files.com )# - 3G Data Programming Mode...
User Name:...
Custom NAI:...
Username: (MSID#)@wap.xtra.co.nz
Password: (16 Hex Digits / Phone Specific?)
HA Password: (16 Hex Digits / Phone Specific?)
SPI HA: 1234
SPI AAA: 2
Reverse T Pref: 1
M Home Adrs: 000.000.000.000
Prim H Agent: 000.000.000.000
Scnd H Agent: 000.000.000.000

P2T NAI:...
Custom NAI: (Blank)
Password: (Blank)
HA Password: (Blank)
SPI HA: (Blank)
SPI AAA: (Blank)
Reverse T Pref: 0
M Home Adrs: 000.000.000.000
Prim H Agent: 000.000.000.000
Scnd H Agent: 000.000.000.000

Browser:...
Gateway IP: 166.179.037.129
Port: 80

Picture URL: http://mobilelsurf.xtra.co.nz/WMPT_3_4

SIP Parameters:...
Data Excg Prim: http://clm1.ptt.xtra.co.nz/ptt/handset
Data Excg Scnd: http://clm2.ptt.xtra.co.nz/ptt/handset
Data GW Prim: http://clm1.ptt.xtra.co.nz/ptt/handset
Data GW Scnd: http:// clm2.ptt.xtra.co.nz/ptt/handset
Edge Prxy Prim: 166.179.036.129
Edge Prxy Scnd: 166.179.036.130
EP Port Prim: 5060
EP Port Scnd: 5060
Retry Timer 1: 131078000
Retry Timer 2: 655466000
Retry Count 1: 65542
Retry Count 2: 1

Advanced:...
ESN: (Phone Specific - Cannot Edit!)
P_Rev: P_Rev_6
Vocoder: 8K EVRC RC3
SCM: 106
0x6a
Lock Code: (User Set#)
Slot Mode: On (Cannot Edit!)
Slot Index: 2
Home NID: 65535
Home SID: 8583
MCC: 530
MNC: 02
ACCOLC: 1
Home Sys Reg: Yes
FSID Reg: Yes
FNID Reg: Yes


##(See http://www.mobile-files.com)# - Phone Usage, Info’, Master Reset & Service Mode…
Life Timer: 1087
Life Data: 31566K
Recondit: No
PRL: 1022
MDN: (Phone#)
ESN: (ESN#)
MobileID: 53002(MSID#)
S: 1.001NZ
H: 0202
PRL: 1022
PRI: 0xd049
OTA Activated: Yes
IP1: 166.179.037.129


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  Reply # 52321 14-Nov-2006 20:21
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There are a couple of reasons why we dont allow codes to be posted, but mainly I guess you can do some permanent harm to your phone, requiring reflashing. We dont want people saying "I got codes off Geekzone, and now my phone is stuffed". But yes, telecom will quite happily give you the codes, or any mobile dealer has got access to all the codes as well.




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