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ageorge

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#62765 14-Jun-2010 15:56
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Hi I have not been able to find any code to display China phone hardware specifications. EG my supplier is sending over 2 phones in a bunch which are dual band, the rest are quad band, but they forgot to mark which one. So I need to know which of them are 4 band, and which 2 band! They dont know how, their engineers, or so they say dont know!!

Have gone through several sites secret code info, but cant find anything that looks remotely like what I need.
thanks vm.
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  #341570 14-Jun-2010 16:03
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what are the brand of phones?




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  #341574 14-Jun-2010 16:10
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NZCoderGuy: what are the brand of phones?

They are a generic model called I6Pro. I would not have any idea who makes them but they are quite common.

 
 
 
 


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  #341584 14-Jun-2010 16:25
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Why not enter the IMEI from the phones here, you should find it behind the battery on the case.
Then click More Info (or something similar), and copy the details back here, less the IMEI.
This should give us some idea of the phones actual manufactuer and model.

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  #341585 14-Jun-2010 16:26
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Can only think of the IMEI (Device ID) *#06#

This is unique to the device, also the first set of digits (TAC) should translate to the Make and Model of phone. Hopefully the engineers can help you resolve those numbers.

More info linked below:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Mobile_Equipment_Identity

Edit: Posted same time as codyc1515

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  #341602 14-Jun-2010 17:15
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scorpiworld: Can only think of the IMEI (Device ID) *#06#

This is unique to the device, also the first set of digits (TAC) should translate to the Make and Model of phone. Hopefully the engineers can help you resolve those numbers.

More info linked below:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Mobile_Equipment_Identity

Edit: Posted same time as codyc1515


Fantastic code works: 358865036098147

 
 
 
 


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  #341606 14-Jun-2010 17:21
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Just remember that "quad-band" in this case is GSM (2G). That 850MHz *is not* the same as Telecom XT. Just for the record, just in case, you know...





 

 

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  #341608 14-Jun-2010 17:26
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freitasm: Just remember that "quad-band" in this case is GSM (2G). That 850MHz *is not* the same as Telecom XT. Just for the record, just in case, you know...


Crikey if I didnt know that one, I'd be dangerous ;-)

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