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    Re: Always allowing an application to access Internet

    OK I think my port is COM 3 since that's the only one in which it doesn't show an error. I can also switch modes successfully.


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    Re: Always allowing an application to access Internet

    Quote Originally Posted by lotacus
    1. have you installed the samsung CDMA modem drivers?

    2. If you've answered yes to the above, what com port is it using as shown in device manager under modems>SAMSUNG CDMA Modem>Advanced tab>Advanced port settings button>Com port number
    So this is the screen.
    I switched to each device as you said, and I clicked Read All, and I switched to Offline A, and then I clicked Qualcomm Read All, and nothing happens when I click The Read All button.
    Also, my phone is on ... should my phone be on or off when I do this?
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    Re: Always allowing an application to access Internet

    it's not reading your phone information? it should show all the information in the left hand side. I've noticed when I run the program that it rarely reads the code. I'm trying to find out what I do that makes it finally read it.



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    Re: Always allowing an application to access Internet

    No, not working for me.
    I tried that hacking topic stickied in this forum, doesn't work either. Can't change to DM mode ...



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    Re: Always allowing an application to access Internet

    ok. i found the problem. When I use qpst to enter my phone's filesystem. I have to enter my unlock code, which is exactly what you are trying to find. So when I close qpst, and enter unicdma, it shows the security code... so unicdma isn't going to work to find your security code because in order to read the file that contains the security code, you need the security code in order to get permission to read that part of the file system.. wow. ok. I am going to try something else to help you.


    You have a version which lets you put in a phone password. Try to put this in the password field: 01F2030F5F678FF9

    I don't have that version you have so I cannot try it to see if it works. so when you put that in, click on "read all". try puting the phone in Offline A and read all again. If that doesn't work, there is another program out there that will do a way better job and is accurate.
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    Re: Always allowing an application to access Internet

    Quote Originally Posted by lotacus
    ok. i found the problem. When I use qpst to enter my phone's filesystem. I have to enter my unlock code, which is exactly what you are trying to find. So when I close qpst, and enter unicdma, it shows the security code... so unicdma isn't going to work to find your security code because in order to read the file that contains the security code, you need the security code in order to get permission to read that part of the file system.. wow. ok. I am going to try something else to help you.


    You have a version which lets you put in a phone password. Try to put this in the password field: 01F2030F5F678FF9

    I don't have that version you have so I cannot try it to see if it works. so when you put that in, click on "read all". try puting the phone in Offline A and read all again. If that doesn't work, there is another program out there that will do a way better job and is accurate.
    Sorry, still no luck
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