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  Reply # 734396 18-Dec-2012 15:54
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jayteebee: Mine is a dse sourced 2degrees model, is yours purchaced through 2degrees or do you just use there network


Mines purchased through 2degrees. What I can find out is the CSC NZC is a European csc tag but I could be wrong (probably am!)

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  Reply # 735046 19-Dec-2012 16:38
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ok, I went back to 4.1.1 and it worked for a few hours and like the 4.1.2 it stopped working for no obvious reason. I think it might be the SIM.

it comes out with "not found".

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 735274 20-Dec-2012 08:32
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menabassily: ok, I went back to 4.1.1 and it worked for a few hours and like the 4.1.2 it stopped working for no obvious reason. I think it might be the SIM.

it comes out with "not found".


Are you talking about snapper not working. How does the 4.1.2 work and have you got XXELKC running?

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  Reply # 735316 20-Dec-2012 10:04
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Regarding the snapper solution:
It's cool that someone has figured out how to insert the api
But I particularly liked the idea to get a standard full sized snapper card and just using it with the app and have that card strapped to the phone (using a case, sellotape... blue-tack!).
Does someone actually do this?
Or does it constantly scan onto nfc and open up the snapper app, taking over the phone?

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  Reply # 735393 20-Dec-2012 11:46
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groynk: Regarding the snapper solution:
It's cool that someone has figured out how to insert the api
But I particularly liked the idea to get a standard full sized snapper card and just using it with the app and have that card strapped to the phone (using a case, sellotape... blue-tack!).
Does someone actually do this?
Or does it constantly scan onto nfc and open up the snapper app, taking over the phone?


Seems a bit rangi. Why not just carry the card separately?  If I was going to do this, I'd just slip the card inside a cover (not that I use a cover....they're for girls)

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  Reply # 735631 20-Dec-2012 16:49
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It works fine, I mean using the phone as snapper (both using 4.1.1 and 4.1.2) but the Snapper app doesn't show the balance or able to read/write to the sim !!!! kinda like what happened when they updated our phone and asked us to go change our sims to Ver 2 touch2pay sims.

I will go to the shop and see what's going on.

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  Reply # 735651 20-Dec-2012 17:13
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I found the problem, I'm glad to know that me adding the API to the 4.1.2 actually works and the problem is not with my phone or sim as it's something that 2degrees mush have missed during the firmware "Testing" phase.

For more information:
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=85&topicid=112783

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