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Don't mind tinkering with your phone? Got 15 mins with nothing to do? Try this:
  • Dial *#*#2846579#*#*
  • Select Project Menu
  • Select Background Settings
  • Select USB Ports Settings
  • Choose Manufacture Mode
Reboot your phone and connect it to your computer and wait as 7 extra devices are installed, including 2 com ports :D

I'm just installing QPST to see what I can get from the com ports, but let's see what you can do ;)

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:) gotta love tinkering.... I've gotta try this.

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What are the names of the new devices?

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just having a read. can adjust volume and stuff supposedly with 4 being the Max. Could be fun.

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What are the names of the new devices?

I didn't make a list, but I can see the following in Windows device manager
Android Adapter USB Device
Android Adapter Modem
Android Adapter PCUI (Com port)
DBAdapter Reserved Interface (COM port)

But there were more when I first plugged in the phone.
I can't get any of the com ports to respond. Anyone else tried or found something new?

Edited by FlatPackPete, 20 June 2012 - 11:20 PM.

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Be careful what you do in that service menu - see my post here: http://www.modaco.co...20#entry1963556

My meddling in the service menu cost me a couple of days having to re-install Windows.

Edited by warwound, 21 June 2012 - 09:06 AM.

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anyone found anything interesting then? :)

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These are what are listed in manufacture mode

Usb composite device
Android adaptor modem
android adaptor pcui(com30)
Usb mass storage
Android adaptor adb interface
dbadaptor reserved interface(com31)
android adaptor usb device
android adaptor pcui(com33)
dbadaptor reserved interface(com34)

Edited by Davidoff59, 23 June 2012 - 01:55 PM.

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Just trying QXDM now Pete, I dont see much in QPST

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Not much there either, cant communicate with phone.

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Not much there either, cant communicate with phone.

Same here, I thought it was just my old laptop :P
Funny how it creates com ports and even a modem device but you can't interrogate them. Wonder what we're missing....

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