Qxdm License Crack

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This will require QPST which if you were able to find QXDM then you will. I tried to DL QXDM 2.08 but i'm having the license issue that the.

• - THE Android tablet. • - The successor of this device, and the Nexus line. Looked around and couldn't find a clear guidance on how to enable diagnostic mode on USB (DM+Modem+ADB).

My objective is to run QXDM to collect the wireless signaling logs for analysis in QCAT. Probably won't believe me, but this is for totally legit reasons (comparative radio performance analysis). Heck, I'm even using licensed software vs. Some old bootlegged/cracked version. I've done this in the past with Motorola (three-finger power up) and Samsung (goofy dial string entry), but have no experience with LG or Nexus phones.

Willing to run tests, collect logs, and analyze for the right answer. Thanks folks. You're my hero! I went through the process of learning how to unlock the bootloader, root and all that and then came back to your guidance.

So in adb shell, I issued the command: su -c 'setprop sys.usb.config diag, adb' And then boom! Interestingly, a driver automatically loaded. Looking in Windows Device Manager, it lists the device as 'Qualcomm HS-USB Diagnostics 903D' in the COM ports section. I'm logging now with QXDM. Gonna take a snapshot of the NV items next. Thanks again! You put me on the right track to get this problem solved.

I just got a Project Fi SIM (UICC) the other day, so I've been taking a few logs to figure out how the network switching works. Haven't done much analysis yet. A few things: • It's a dual IMSI situation (one for Sprint, one for T-Mobile) • On T-Mobile, during the attach the phone indicates a voice preference domain of VoLTE. It attempts to activate the IMS APN on T-Mobile but is rejected with the dreaded ESM cause value 33 -- service option not subscribed. This would tend to indicate that the phone is ready to go with VoLTE, but the service has not been provisioned in the network profile for this subscription. • PDP/EPS Bearer Context network inactivity timers.

With WiFi on (i.e., no PDP/EPS Bearer context activated for user internet traffic), the Sprint network will send a detach with re-attach required message to the phone every 6 minutes -- causing the phone to detach and restart the attach process again. Wallpaper bergerak untuk laptop. I noted that the phone does not attempt to search for T-Mobile when it is detached -- even though T-Mobile has a higher RSRP (i.e., better signal) at my location. T-Mobile PDP/EPS Bearer context inactivity timer for the default bearer is a more realistic 60 minutes. • On a handoff from a WiFi call to cellular I tried yesterday on T-Mobile, the phone sent the Extended Service Request on LTE, moved to WCDMA for the CSFB call (as expected). The SETUP message on WCDMA to initiate the voice call indicated a 916 area code number (Sacramento, CA).

[The actual called party number did not have a 916 area code]. So, it would seem that the server holding the WiFi call is located in CA. • On Sprint, during the attach process, the phone indicates that its voice domain preference is CS voice only. No IMS love on Sprint. • Looking at the NV items, there is one indicating EHPLMN. Have to take a look at that and decode the hex to figure out what is stored for the equivalent home PLMN. I'll switch networks to see if this NV item changes.