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INI SETTING NAM YANG LALU :
Samsung sph-n240, n400, a460, a500, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: ##Spc

Test Mode: 47*869#1235

Debug Menu: ##33284,ok

Service Menu: Menu+8+0 (#889)

Reset (Life time, Clear Memory, etc): ##786,ok

A-key: ##2539,ok

Label Selection: ##3882,ok

Label(Home, Work, etc) : **523,ok

NGG Setting (Gateway, etc.): ##2769737,ok

Vocoder: ##8626337,ok

CAI Change: ##7738,ok

Enable TTY: ##889,ok



Samsung sch-411, 611, n105, a100, a300, a2000, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: 47*869#08#9

Nam Set: Menu+60

Test Mode: *759#813580

Test Mode: 5809540*45680

A-key: Menu+0, 25##

External Audio: Menu+0, ####

Debug Menu: Menu+8, 0415 or Spc

Debug Menu: Menu+9, 0415 or Spc

Brief NAM Programing: Menu+40,626 (not all version)

LCD Contrast: Menu+45 (not all version)

SIO Mode: Menu+49

SIO Mode: Menu+69



Samsung a300, a530, a620, a660, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: Menu, 6, *

Service Menu: Menu, 9, *

Test Mode: 47*68#13580



Samsung X, E, V-series, e250, e300, v420, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: 6548#0**4#6

Nam Set: 47*869#08#9

Nam Set: 74153697193

Test Mode: 5809540*45680

Debug Menu: Menu(2sec)+0, 6725 or 9720



Samsung i700, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: Go to start and select "PHONE" from the drop down menu, dial #83587


Samsung i300, etc Nam Programming:

1. Tap on the Phone Icon with stylus
2. Press #907*9#0 ENTER LOCK should appear on screen
3. Enter OTKSL
4. SVC MENU will appear press 1
5. Enter 10 digit MIN and then press SAVE
6. Press SAVE again
7. Press 3 and then press SAVE 6 times
8. Enter the HOME SID and press SAVE once
9. Press END key twice




TEST MODE COMMANDS:

411_test_mode.txt

811_test_mode.txt

n105_test_mode.txt

n240_test_mode.txt

n260_test_mode.txt

a500_test_mode.txt

a530_test_mode.txt







<<KYOCERA>>


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Qualcomm qcp-800 Nam Pogramming:

Nam Set: Menu+3+0+Spc

Field Test: Menu+7+0+Fsc



Kyocera 1135, 2255, 3035, 5135, 6035, Se47, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: 111111+Jog Dial(Ok), Select "Programming"+Spc

CAI Change: ##7738,ok

Enable TTY: ##889,ok

Life Timer, PRL, etc: ##786,ok

A-key: ##2539,ok

A-key: 2539,ok







<<SANYO>>


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Sanyo 4900, 5150, 5300, 8100, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: ##Spc+Ok+Key Down+Ok

A-key: ##2539+Ok+Key Down+Ok

Version: ##**837+Ok+Key Down+Ok

Debug Menu: ##FSC+Ok+Key Down+Ok

Airtime menu: ##8463+Ok+Key Down+Ok

Change CAI: ##7738+Ok+Key Down+Ok

Vocoder: ##8626337+Ok+Key Down+Ok

Reverse Logistic: ##786+Ok+Key Down+Ok

Set IP Address: ##2769737+Ok+Key Down+Ok

TTY On/Off: ##889+Ok+Key Down+Ok

Advanced Data: ##3282+Ok+Key Down+Ok+Msl

Ready Link: ##4636+Ok+Key Down+Ok

Browser Init On/Off: ##4682+Ok+Key Down+Ok

Picture Token: ##25327+Ok+Key Down+Ok

Unknown Code: ##5282277+Ok+Key Down+Ok

(SPC=000000, FSC=040793)



Sanyo scp-A011, smp-A017, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: F9(3 beep) + 0*72696#767







<<NOKIA>>


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Nokia 3280, 3285, 3580, 3585, 5185, 6185, 8280, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: *3001#12345#

Software Version: *#837#

Software Version: *#9999#

Esn Number: *#92772689#

Restart Phone: *#75681#

Restart Phone: *#75682#



Nokia 8887 Nam Programming:

Nam Set: *3001#12345#

Version: *#0000#

Evrc: *#8378#

Esn/Data/Timer: *#92772689#

SID: *#743#



Nokia 8587 Nam Programming:

Nam Set: *#626#7764726#

A-Key: #8159357022#4579# (26 digits)

A-Key: #8159357022#4547# (20 digits)

Version: *#0000#

Version: *#837#

Vocoder: *#3872#

Change language: Menu 5, 3, 1

Change DM mode: *#7678#

Debug Screen: *#8378#

Debug: *#8380#

Field Test Menu: *#83788#



SPC Unlock, Factory Reset:

Full Factory Reset: *#7370#

Resets all settings including non-user changeable items (like SPC)





NOKIA TEST MODE:



51xx, 61xx, 71xx, 3285, 63xx, etc:

1) Turn on the phone. Press *3001#12345#

2) Scroll up to where it says "Field Test" and choose SELECT

3) Highlight "Enable" and choose OK. Turn the phone off then back on.

4) If the test mode screen does not show up press MENU and scroll

down to "Field Test" choose SELECT. Press 0 1 then choose OK.

5) Lower left or upper left number is the signal strength.

6) To turn off the test mode press MENU and scroll down to where it says

"Field Test" choose SELECT. Press 0 0 and then choose OK.



3360, 6360:

1) Turn on the phone. Press *3001#12345#

2) Scroll up to where it says "Field Test" and choose SELECT

3) Highlight "Enable" and choose OK. Turn the phone off then back on.

4) If the test mode screen does not show up press MENU and scroll

down to "Field Test" choose SELECT. Press 2 1 0 1 then choose OK.

5) Lower left or upper left number is the signal strength.

6) To turn off the test mode press MENU and scroll down to where it says

"Field Test" choose SELECT. Press 2 1 0 0 and then choose OK.







<<AUDIOVOX>>


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Audiovox 4000, 9000, 9100, 9155, 9500, etc Nam Programming:

(Power the phone on and wait until the little light on top goes out)

Nam Set: 289+fcn+#+1

Service menu: fcn+00+fsc(000000)

Test Mode: Hold (2,*,Rcl)+Power



Test Mode Commands:

99 - download - flash phone
124 - inam data write
125 - version
126 - esn read
127 - sec_code
128 - lock_code

129 - is WFTV data write
137 - FSC code
138 - NPcode (nam program code)
139 - dscode
141 - restart
218 - Read_Addr
000 - is cdma mode
001 - is fm mode
002 - is pcs mode
008 - is reg read addr
020 - is lna_range



Audiovox pcx-3500xl Nam Programming:

Nam Set: ##2726+Send+1998+1+Spc+1



Audiovox cdm-100, 130, 135, 8300, 8500, 8600, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: ##20022002+Pwr+1+Spc



Audiovox 8610, 8910, etc Nam programming:

Name Set: ##847446, end, 111111



Audiovox-107 Nam Programming:

Nam Set: 45680*47*869#1



Audiovox 9950 Nam Programming:

Nam Set: ##3282



Audiovox Z800 (Audiovox 7900, Sharp) Nam Programming:

Nam Set: m + # + envelope key + * + 1



Audiovox Thera (Toshiba 2032) Nam Programming:

Thera Nam Programming User Manual - nam_thera.pdf





AUDIOVOX TEST MODE:



9100, 9155:

1) Turn on the phone. As soon the phone comes on and the green light

turns off press RIGHTARROW, 0, 0. The phone will ask for the

"FSC Code", press 000000 then choose OK and press RIGHTARROW,

RIGHTARROW. Your phone is now in test mode.

2) The signal strength is the number on the top right hand side of the screen.

3) To turn off test mode shut of the phone and then turn it back on.







<<MOTOROLA>>


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Motorola 7760, 7860, 2260, 8160, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: Fcn,0000000000000, Rcl

Nam Set: 74663#, Fcn, Fcn

Test Mode: Fcn, 00**83786633, Sto



Motorola v60c, v120c etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: 74663#, Menu, Menu, Spc

Nam Set: Menu, 073887, * (type quickly)

Test Mode: Menu, 073887*, Spc

Debug Mode: ##33284



Force the phone into DIGITAL ONLY mode:

1) ##33284 (Debug)

2) RIGHT Softkey (Next) Twice

3) Down arrow 10 times to "PrefMod"

4) RIGHT Softkey (Change) until you see "DigOnly"

5) LEFT softkey (Exit)

6) MENU then LEFT Softkey return to idle screen

7) ##33284 (The last 4 will not display if you have done it correctly)





Motorola t182, c210, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: ##1111 end

Nam Set: ##298645665 end

Short Nam: ##073887 sto



Motorola v710, v730, v740, ms150, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: 8378*# + press 3 times NATE (spc - 071082)

Test Mode: Menu, 073887*, Spc

Service Menu: #758353266#646#



Motorola StarTac 2004 Nam Programming:

Nam Set: 5759789*#, rec key (3)times (spc - 915037)



Motorola ms200, ms230, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: 5759789*# (spc - 915037)



Motorola v6060 Nam Programming:

Nam Set:147*369#456*0#





MOTOROLA TEST MODE:



v60, c120, c331, etc:

1) Turn on the phone. Press MENU 0 7 3 8 8 7 *

2) The phone will require you to "Enter a Security Code", press 000000, OK

3) Scroll down to "Test mode" choose SELECT. Scroll down to "Enable"

choose SELECT. Your phone is now in test mode.

4) Signal strength is the 3_rd number down on the left hand side of the screen.

5) To toggle between regular mode and test mode: Press MODE then

quickly press the BUTTON DIRECTLY TO THE LEFT OF MENU.

6) To turn off the test mode the phone must be in regular mode, then follow

the above sequence and scroll down to where it says "DISABLE" instead of

"ENABLE" and choose select.



Motorola Bible - bible.txt







<<LG>>


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lgc-300, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: Menu, 9, Spc

A-key: Press "Sto" 3sec, 2539**



lgc-330w, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: Menu, 4, 0, Spc

A-key: 2539**



lgc-510, v111, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: Menu, 3, 0, Spc

A-key: 2539**



lgc-500, 800w, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: Menu, 9 , 0, Spc

Debug Mode: Menu, 7, 0, Fsc

Debug Mode: Menu, 8, 0, Fsc

A-key: 2539**



Lg LX,VX-series, VX4400, VX6000, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: ##Spc

Nam Set: Menu, 0

Advanced Settings: ##2342

Vocoder: ##8626337,ok

CAI Change: ##7738,ok

Enable TTY: ##889,ok

A-key: ##2539,ok

Reset (Life time, Clear Memory, etc): ##786,ok







<<SK TELETECH>>


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Sky All Models Nam Programming:

Nam Set: #7583538324#626#

Test Mode: #7583538324#8378#

Service Menu: Menu+4+0+Spc

Service Menu: Menu+5+0+Spc







<<WITHUS>>


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Withus wce-100, 200, 300, etc Nam Programming:

Nam Set: ##948487+Save

Nam Set: ##948482+Save

wce-200 ESN write: ##66835+Save

(At the first programming)







<<HYUNDAI>>


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Hyundai hwp-110 Nam Programming:

Nam Set: #86904**89397#

DM Mode: ##2740*

(Open phone, inter code, close phone)



Hyundai hgc-120, 130, 200 Nam Programming:

Nam Set: #86904**89397#



Hyundai hgc-310, 600, 610 Nam Programming:

Nam Set: ##20022002+Pwr+1+Spc Code

Field Test: ##20022002+Pwr+1+Master Code



Hyundai Curitel h-100, 150, hx-510b, 520 Nam Programming:

Nam Set: ##20022002+Pwr+1+Spc Code

Field Test: ##20022002+Pwr+1+Master Code



A-key: 2539**

Debug Menu: ##27732726+Pwr

Sar Test: ##27752345+Pwr

Baud Rate: ##36**+Pwr

DM Mode Enable: **1004+Pwr

DS Mode Enable: **1005+Pwr

Test Bell/Voice/Led/Dot: ##1122+Pwr

RF Mode: ##2240+Pwr

Ras Ram: ##2774+Pwr

Cmux1: **0481+Pwr

Cmux2: **0482+Pwr

RX Mode Fax: **0492+Pwr

RX Mode Data: **0491+Pwr

RX Mode Reset: **0490+Pwr







<<HUAWEI>>


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Huawei ETS-668, 678, 688, etc Nam Programming:

Debug Mode: ##44+Menu

Debug Screen: ##33+Menu

CDG2 Test enable: ##234+Menu

CDG2 Test disable: ##432+Menu

China Lang Select: ##123+Menu

Blocking Debug Code: ###888+Menu

Home System Only On: ##461+Menu

Home System Only Off: ##460+Menu







<<ERICSSON>>


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Ericsson A1228c, T61, etc Nam Programming:

Short NAM: 987+Menu

Long NAM: 923885+Menu+Spc

CDMA Mode: 904093+Menu

Analog Mode: 904095+Menu

QNC: 904097+Menu

Debug Screen: 904090+Menu

DM Mode: 904050+Menu



Sony-Ericsson T608 Nam Programming:

Nam Set: 923885, Joystick to the right, 111111







<<EPSILON>>


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Epsilon vc-5x Nam Programming:

Nam Set: **147258963##

Programming1: **1232580##

Programming2: **321456987##

Version: **1470963##

Debug: **000000##

Menu_1: **078987##

Menu_2: **1234756##

A-key: 2539**

Reset: **14789##







<<GIGA TELECOM>>


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Z510, Z710i(gcd-456) Nam Programming:

Nam Set: Menu+0+Spc







<<AnyDATA>>


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AMC450 Nam Programming:

Nam Set: *74269#*748#96148063+SEL







<<GTRAN>>


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Gtran gcp-2000 Nam Programming:

Nam Set: 01#737+Spc

Debug Menu: 01#324+Spc

Debug Mode: 01#727

Test Mode: 01#764+Spc

System Test Mode: 01#768+Spc



Gtran gcp-5000 Nam Programming:

Debug Mode: 01#727+Spc

Test Mode: 01#765







<<PANASONIC>>


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PANASONIC TEST MODE:



Panasonic (Most):

1) Turn on the phone. Press #7764726# choose SEND

2) Scroll down to where it says "NAM 1" and choose OK. Scroll down

to "Access To Level 4" choose YES. Scroll down to "Built-In-Monitor"

and choose EDIT.

3) Press 1 and choose OK then choose BACK. The phone will say

"Back To Level 1" choose YES. Now choose EXIT the phone will ask you

"Exit And Save Change" choose YES.

4) Signal strength is the top right number on the screen.

5) To turn off the test mode follow the above sequence except press 0

instead of 1 at the "Built-In-Monitor"







<<SYNERTEK>>


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Synertek S200 Nam Programming:

Nam Set: Menu+0+Spc

Debug Mode:

Test vibro/rx/tx: ##5555+Save

Debug Screen: ##33+Save

Debug Screen: ##523+Save

RF Test: ####+Save

Unknown code: ##325+Save







<<SONY>>


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Sony CM-M1300, 3300, Z200 Nam Programming:

Nam Set: 111111+Ok(Jog Dial)+Select+Programming+Ok+Spc

SETELAH SETTING NAM ANDA BERHASIL SILAKAN MASUKAN PARAMETER ...........
LIHAT
BERIKUTNYA......

 

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andriking

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MASUKAN PARAMETER PRL :
1. ISI PRL / CHANEL PADA HP ANDA
- PRIMARY A
- PRIMARY B
- SECONDARY A
- SECONDARY B
- ISI SID
- ISI NID
- MCC
- NETWORK CODE

KHUSUS NOKIA CEK CHANNEL *#24#

LIHAT ISI FORUM LAINNYA .........
SUDAH BANYAK YANG BAHAS......

2. UPGRADE PRL (PREFERED ROAMING LIST) HP ANDA .
- PRL FLEXI
- PRL STARONE
- PRL ESIA
- PRL STAR ONE

SETIAP OPERATOR LAIN - LAIN DAN INI DIBUTUHKAN AGAR TELPON ANDA AGAR TIDAK ROAMING ..............
ATAU ANDA INGIN GANTI OPERATOR...
SAYANGNYA INI TIDAK BISA DILAKUKAN MANUAL...............

BEBERAPA PERTANYAAN REKAN FPERS YANG MASUK...........
1. MSL ATAU SPC ?
SETIAP HP DARI UAR NEGERI OTOMATIS TIDAK BISA MEMASUKAN PROGRAM NAM PROGRAMING KARENA ADANYA MSL ATAU SPC INI .YANG DIBUAT OEH PARA OPERATOR HP TERSEBUT .
CONTOH KASUS FREN : HARUS UNLOCK DULU.

2. APA 1 HANDSET BISA DUA OPERATOR?
BISA LIAHT NAM PROGRAMING DI HP ANDA. AKAN ADA NAM 1 DAN NAM 2
TAPI COBA PERHATIKAN APA PARAMETER CHANNEL UDAH BENER DAN PRL FILE NYA SUDAH BENER / UPGRADE..

3. APA HP CDMA BISA DIGANTI ESN ?
BENAR BISA KECUALI NOKIA YANG HARUS DIGANTI IC-NYA

4.HP SAYA SERING HANG ATAU TIDAK ADA SIGNAL ? BIASANYA 80 % HANYA DI FLASH UDAH BENER

5. HP SAYA KE LOCKED ?
ADA USER LOCK ISI 4 DIGIT
LOCK MSL / SPC ISI 6 DIGIT
MAAF ANDA HARUS PAKAI SOFTWARE

6. APA BISA KEBACA AKEY HP ?
A KEY ADALAH PENGAMAN OPERATOR AGAR HP ANDA TIDAK BISA DI CLONING.
A KEY ADA STATIS DAN ADA AKEY RANDOM......
DAN SOFTWARE HP YANG BEREDAR BISA MEMBACANYA...........

OK.............

 


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INI BAHASAN TENTANG MSL DAN PRL

 


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9 years ago (Jun 28, 2005 09:23 pm)     comment Comment Permalink   Print

SORRY DALAM BAHASA INGGRIS...
Preferred Roaming Lists or PRLs are a database of System IDs marked by system type and organized by preference within geographic areas that a wireless phone uses to decide which service it encounters should be used. The data in the PRL also controls the roaming indicator and banner on phones with a text service indicator banner. It can also be used to BLOCK phones from seeing specific systems that are in competion with the list creator's preferences. PRLs can be uploaded at service centers or downloaded via the OTASP (over the air service provision) interface. PRLs are changed as needed by the service provider. PRLs can also be different based on the service plan and region a customer has chosen. One company's PRL assignments are shown below.The names of the service plans are service marks of the company and are used only for illustration.National PRLs Oct312003 Oct12003 Aug82003 May302003 Mar12003 Nov222002 Oct112002 July222002 May162002 Apr192002 Feb2002
Tri-Mode Default 50111 50108 50094 50083 50072 50067 50056 50047 50036 50027 50024
Americas ChoiceSM 50112 50109 50095 50084 50073 50068 50057 50048 50037 50028 50018
Americas ChoiceSM (ERI) 50113 50110 50096 50085 50074 50069 50058 50049 50038 50029 50019
National SingleRateSM 50114 50097 50086 50075 50059 50050 50039 50030 50022
National SR + Canada 50115 50098 50087 50076 50060 50051 50040 50031 50023
NSR (ERI) 50116 50099 50088 50077 50061 50052 50041 50032 50025
NSR + Canada (ERI) 50117 50100 50089 50078 50062 50053 50042 50033 50026
[Free-Up] VZW On-Net 50118 50101 50090 50079 50063 50045 50020
[Free-Up] VZW On-Net (ERI) 50119 50102 50091 50080 50064 50046 50021
Employees 50120 50103 50092 50081 50070 50065 50054 50043 50034
Employees (ERI) 50121 50104 50093 50082 50071 50066 50055 50044 50035
Numbers as identified by posters in newsgroups. PRLs in grey estimated.PRLs 50105, 50106, 50107 not reported - posibly released in September in selected markets?May 1st to May 30th, 2003: 50000 and 50001 were temporarily used for AC and AC-ERI in areasmost afflected by the changes to be released in 50084/85 for the price plan change on June 2nd.It is unclear if 50045/46 relate to 50036-50042 or 50047-50055.PRL 50024 was the first national "default" PRL with the introduction of AC. ERI phones are ones with an Enhanced Roaming Indicator banner that gives text indication of what coverage you are in. Non-ERI phones do not display text but can still display a roaming indicator that is on, off, or flashing to denote the coverage. The PRL above that the customer's phone gets is based on what national plan the customer is on and what kind of phone (ERI or non-ERI) the customer has. If the customer is not on one of the national plans (America's ChoiceSM, SingleRateSM, or SingleRateSM plus Canada) they will be given the 'tri-mode default' - unless their plan has a regional PRL below. ERI phones will also have an ERI version, 50018 50019 or 50020, depending on what words are displayed for each roaming indication. For example, the messages in ERI 50019 are shorter than those in ERI 50018 to fit the width of the phone. The ERI version does not need to match the PRL version number. Prior to the introduction of the PRLs above the company issued one PRL nationwide for most plans. Older PRLs Jan2002 December2001 Sep2001 Jun2001 May2001 Jan2001 2000
Tri-Mode Default 50017 50016 50015 50014 50013 50012 50011 50010 50006 50005
PRL 50017 was short lived and was "pulled due to errors".PRL 50016 was released in the Carolinas and PRL 50015 in the west to "fix broadcast SID issues".PRL 50014 was a national standard PRL, one of the first that was nationwide.PRL 50013 was a quick fix that replaced PRL 50012 after one week of release.PRL 50012 was for PCS areas and PRL 50011 for non-PCS areas (with 40004 for dual mode phones).PRL 50010 was a standard PRL for non-PCS area.Earlier PRLs were regionally issued based on the original coverage offered (A SYS, B SYS, or PCS).With the introduction of 50024 came regional plan PRLs. These are used for regional and local plans within the regions shown. In general, the most current regional PRL will have the same structure as the most current national PRL but the roaming indicator will reflect the coverage that is part of the plan. In addition, there are PRLs for Dual-Mode phones (800MHz only grandfathered service) and for testing. Eastern Region 10xxx
Midwest Region 20xxx
Southern Region 30xxx
Dual Mode Phones 40xxx
Western Region 42xxx
Special / Test PRLs 6xxxx
PRLs may be numbered 00001-65535. Other companies have chosen to use the numbering range in different ways. While the company above has chosen to update PRLs regularly other companies have kept their PRLs stable for quite some time. Hopefully the above information has been interesting to see how one company has assigned PRL numbers (or PRL IDs) and how those numbers can be managed. The above information is based on posts in the newsgroup alt.cellular.verizon and other public internet discussion forums and is not official information.Posted by Justa Lurker

NGERTI KHAN.....

 


andriking

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MSL DAN PRL

**********************************************************************

Read this document in its ENTIRETY to find out important information on
how to unlock and reprogram your CDMA phone.

**********************************************************************

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codes for the following phones:

- PrimeCo PCS
- Verizon Wireless
** ONLY IF THE PHONE CAME FROM FLORIDA, LOUISIANA, TEXAS, OR WISCONSIN **
** FORMER PRIMECO PCS SYSTEM **

==>>
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==>> subsidy lock for these phones. Please read the rest of this page to
==>> find out how to reprogram your phone and the PRL
==>>

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Master subsidy unlock codes are NOT NEEDED for the following phones:

- Alltel
- Verizon Wireless
** phones which came from an area other than listed above **

These phones are not subsidy locked. If needed, the programming code
should be 000000. If 000000 is not a valid programming code, 123456,
654321, and 111111 are other generically used progamming codes.

**********************************************************************

Master subsidy unlock codes are NOT AVAILABLE for the following phones:

- Qwest/US West PCS
- Cricket
- Metro PCS
- nTelos
- Telus
- Bell Mobility
- AT&T WS (IS-136 and GSM)
- Cingular (IS-136 and GSM)
- Nextel (iDen)
- T-Mobile/VoiceStream/Omnipoint
- any other sublocked phone
- Please DO NOT ASK for these codes
- Please READ the rest of this page to find out how to get your code

**********************************************************************

DISCLAIMER: Any flames from wireless phone providers or manufacturers
regarding my social engineering technique with either be directed to
/dev/null or publicly posted.

**********************************************************************


Introduction
------------

Wireless telephone providers often subsidize the cost of the handsets that
are used on their system. The price that you pay for the phone is often
less than the price that the provider paid the manufacturer for the same
phone. This practice can easily be seen when a wireless reseller is
giving away free phones.

How can this happen? Well, the wireless provider can implement a
combination of either one or two methods in order to recoup their susbidy
interest in your phone.

First of all, most wireless providers require that in order to receive
post-paid service, you must sign a contract, typically one year in length.
This ensures that the wireless provider will receive revenue for the term
of the contract, and thus, will pay off the subsidy interest in the phone.

How does the provider recoup the subsidy if you did not sign a contract,
or if you are using pre-paid service? In this case, the carrier usually
implements some sort of subsidy lock on the telephone. This subsidy lock
is a random, numeric code known only to the service provider, and must be
known in order to program the mobile telephone number (MTN) into the
phone. CDMA phones typically refer to this code as the 'master subsidy
lock code', a 'programming code', or a 'sublock code'.

TDMA IS-136 phones use a 'SOC lock' to make the phone search for
signals broadcasting a particular service operator code. GSM phones use a
'SIM lock' or 'SP lock' in order to prevent the use of SIM cards from
competing providers in their handsets. Once the SIM lock code is entered
into a GSM handset, the phone is unlocked and can be used with any
provider's SIM card.

Since the master subsidy lock code is needed every time a CDMA phone is
reprogrammed, it makes it possible for a wireless provider to ensure that
the phone will only generate revenue on their network, and not on a
similar, competing network. No other provider will know the code for the
phone, and hence, will not be able to program the phone to work on their
service.

Subsidized GSM phones work in a similar manner. In this case, the phone
will only recognize SIM cards of that particular wireless provider. SIM
cards from other providers are rejected, and will not work in the phone
until the unique SIM unlock code is entered into the handset.


CDMA SPC and MSL codes
----------------------

CDMA phones can have two six-digit codes; a one-time service programming
code (SPC), and the master subsidy lock (MSL). The SPC is can be used to
activate a brand new phone onto wireless service, and it works only one
time. Not all wireless carriers use the SPC code.

The SPC makes it possible for a consumer to purchase the phone anywhere,
call up the provider's toll-free number, and then activate the wireless
phone from the directions given by the representative on the other end of
the line. After the initial programming, the SPC is no longer valid.
This method enables the initial field programming of the phone by the
consumer, and now the wireless provider has the knowledge of the only
working programming code for your phone for subsequent programming, which
is the master subsidy lock.

Once the SPC has been used, the only working programming code for the
phone is the MSL. This fact is important to note, because if the phone
needs to be reprogrammed for any reason, the MSL must be used. These
reasons may include a phone number change, a PRL update, or a firmware
upgrade.

For example, if you need to change your phone number because you moved,
or perhaps, you purchased the phone second-hand, the phone must be
reprogrammed, and to do so requires knowledge of the MSL.

The MSL code is generated by an algorithm based upon the phone's ESN and
the specific carrier who originally sold the phone. Each carrier uses a
different algorithm to create the MSL code. For example, one carrier
would not be able to generate valid MSL codes for a different carrier's
cellular phone simply by plugging in the phone's ESN into their algorithm.

http://groups.google.com/groups?q=sprint+qualcomm+esn&num=100&hl=en&lr=&safe=off&rnum=11&ic=1&selm=3801c042.130128937%40news-server.tampabay.rr.com

NOTE: Be careful when purchasing a second-hand phone, especially from
places like eBay. Some wireless carriers, including Sprint PCS, nTelos,
and Qwest/US West will NOT activate a phone if it is associated with an
account with an outstanding balance. If this is the case, they will not
release the MSL, and thus, you will have purchased a paperweight. If you
intend to purhcase a second-hand phone for use on one of these carriers,
ask the seller for the ESN of the phone and check with the carrier to see
if the ESN is clear before completing the transaction.


How do I get the MSL for my phone?
----------------------------------

Remember that once the SPC is used, the only valid programming code is the
MSL, right? Well, the general idea behind social engineering the MSL out
of the wireless provider is to find a reason to reprogram your phone.

For your convenience, I have created the following scenarios which will
involve use of the MSL:

1. You would like to obtain the MSL for your Sprint PCS wireless
telephone. Sprint PCS has made this process easier by implementing their
online activation system at http://activate.sprintpcs.com This website
makes it possible for a Sprint PCS customer to change the phone associated
with their account without interacting with a customer service
representative. All you need to do is login to the site, and enter the
ESN of the phone you wish to activate onto your account. The site will
give you detailed instructions on how to reprogram your wireless telephone
number into the phone you are trying to activate, and in the process will
give the end user the programming code. There should be an option during
the activation process which asks if the phone is brand new, or has been
previously activated. Be sure to select the previously activated option
as only then will the activation website give you the master subsidy lock
code. If the brand new phone option is selected, then the activation
website will only give you the one-time programming (SPC) code.

2. You have purchased a used nTelos Motorola StarTac 7868W with no
outstanding balance from eBay and would like to activate this phone on
Alltel. First, you will need to call nTelos in order to obtain the MSL.
Tell them that you would like to sign up for wireless service which does
not require a contract. This may be either pre-paid or post-paid service.
Most likely, you will want to ask for the cheapest plan possible, because
you really don't want to continue service with them, you just want the
code. They will begin to set up an account and telephone number for you,
and will most likely guide you through the programming instructions over
the phone. At some point during their instructions, they will give you a
six-digit code, which of course, is the MSL. You can be assured that this
code is the MSL, because the phone is used, and the SPC no longer works.

3. Your Sprint PCS Motorola Timeport P8167 needs a PRL update. You will
need to take your phone to a Sprint PCS service location, where they will
have the necessary equipment to perform this procedure. Inform the sales
associate at the front counter that you would like a PRL update in your
phone. Most likely, the sales associate will first check in the computer
and write down a six-digit number on a post-it note. Be sure to look at
the number that he is writing down, because it is the MSL! In order to
update the PRL in the phone, the service software in the computer will
prompt the technician for the MSL, and this is why the sales associate has
written it down for him.


Reprogramming your wireless telephone
-------------------------------------

Once you have the unique MSL for your CDMA wireless telephone, you can
now begin to program the NAM so you can use your phone for your new
wireless service. You will need to follow whatever programming steps are
necessary for your phone to enter your mobile telephone number (MTN) and
your home system ID (SID).

IMPORTANT - Before programming your phone, you must be certain that the
phone you wish to program will operate in the wireless band that your
provider operates.

For example, a dual-mode CDMA800/AMPS MHz phone will only operate in the
800 MHz cellular band; a dual-mode, dual-band CDMA1900/AMPS phone will
only operate digitally in the 1900 MHz PCS band, and analog in the 800 MHz
cellular band; and a tri-mode CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS phone will operate
with all CDMA providers.


Updating the PRL file
---------------------

Once the NAM is programmed, you WILL HAVE to update the PRL, or preferred
roaming list. The PRL is a binary file used only by CDMA phones, and is
necessary to tell the phone what cellular towers to use. This file
follows the TIA/EIA IS-683A specification. Without a PRL update, the
phone will continue to search for the towers of the previous provider that
the phone was used with, and not the provider that you wish to use.

Many providers, including Verizon Wireless, support over-the-air (OTA)
programming of PRL files. To accomplish this task, you need to know what
band your provider is operating on in your area. Is your provider
operating in the 800 MHz cellular bands, or in the PCS 1900 MHz bands?

First, you will need to contact your service provider in order for them to
put the ESN of the phone you are trying to activate onto your account.
The phone will then be ready for OTA programming, as the provider's OTA
platform will need to know the ESN of the phone that needs to be
programmed.

Try the following *2280x activation codes until you reach a message
belonging to the provider you wish to use.

*22800 A-side 800 MHz
*22801 B-side 800 MHz
*22802 PCS A-block 1900 MHz
*22803 PCS B-block 1900 MHz
*22804 PCS C-block 1900 MHz
*22805 PCS D-block 1900 MHz
*22806 PCS E-block 1900 MHz
*22807 PCS F-block 1900 MHz

IMPORTANT - The phone must be able to receive a CDMA digital signal in
order to update the PRL file OTA. The PRL file cannot be updated with an
analog AMPS signal.

The above codes force the phone to utilize the towers of the provider
using the specific frequency in your area, and are used to program your
phone with that provider's network.

If you are trying to program your phone for use on Verizon Wireless, upon
dialing the appropriate *2280x code, you will hear voice prompts to
program your phone. One option will be to program your mobile telephone
number; a different option will be to update your roaming capabilities,
which will update your PRL file. These options can be used accordingly in
order to activate the phone on the appropriate network.

Please note that OTA programming requires the provider's knowledge of the
phone's master subsidy lock (MSL) code. Sprint PCS, Qwest, PrimeCo,
and other CDMA providers who use subsidy locked phones transmit the MSL
code during the OTA process. Verizon Wireless assumes that the phone is
not subsidy locked, and programs the phone regardless.

If you are trying to use a phone with a subsidy lock code other than
000000, the Verizon Wireless OTA platform will not be able to OTA program
your phone. A lock code of 000000 effectively means that the phone is
unlocked, as the phone will not prompt the user for a programming code
when the current code is set to 000000. You will need to enter the
advanced programming menu of your phone and reset the subsidy lock code to
000000 so that the OTA platform will be able to program your phone.

Once your phone is loaded with a PRL from the provider you wish to use,
you can periodically dial *228 to obtain an updated PRL if one is
available.


Q&A
---

Q. My phone has never been activated before. Can I use the one-time
service programming code to change the master subsidy lock?

A. Users of the Nokia 6185 have reported that they have sucessfully
changed the master subsidy lock by using the one-time code. In the
*3001#12345# programming sequence, there is an option labled 'Change SPC'.
In order to utilize this function, knowledge of the current SPC is needed.
As long as the one-time code has never been used before, it can be used in
this case to change the master subsidy lock. Make sure that you write
down the new code in a safe place, as it will be the only code that will
be able to program the phone, and the MSL stored in the wireless
provider's database will no longer be valid. A good idea would be to
change the SPC to six zeros (000000).

Q. Can I use any CDMA1900 capable phone on Sprint PCS?

A. In general, the answer is no. The accounting system used by Sprint PCS
will only recognize ESNs of phones that are originally designed for use on
the Sprint PCS network. For example, even though SPCS uses the Nokia 6185
and Motorola ST7867W, it is NOT possible to use either of these phones if
they were not originally labeled as SPCS phones.

While it is not possible to use a non-SPCS phone within SPCS's database,
it is quite possible to activate such a phone with one of SPCS partner
systems. A reader of this page has informed me that he has sucessfully
activated a non-SPCS Nokia 6185 on Via Wireless, a SPCS partner system.
His goal was to have a dual-NAM Nokia 6185 with the minibrowser on SPCS,
so he could also use the same phone on Verizon Wireless. Since the SPCS
Nokia 6185 has only one NAM, he had to purchase a dual-NAM Alltel Nokia
6185 with the minibrowser firmware, and he is sucessfully using SPCS/Via
service on NAM1, and Verizon Wireless service on NAM2. I would assume
that this technique is also possible on other SPCS partner systems.


CDMA wireless phones
--------------------

Below is a listing of the phones offered by various CDMA carriers.
Carriers which operate in the 800MHz cellular band are denoted as
CDMA800/AMPS, and carriers which operate in the PCS band are denoted as
CDMA1900.

Verizon Wireless and Alltel operate in the cellular and PCS bands, and
require a tri-mode CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS capable phone. Sprint PCS,
nTelos, Qwest, PrimeCo, Surewest Wireless, Cricket, and Metro PCS operate
solely in the PCS band and only require CDMA1900 capability.

An asterisk denotes that this particular phone has been discontinued by
the carrier. Phones common to different carriers should be easy to
activate on a different carrier, provided that the MSL for the phone is
known.

Please note that while it may be possible to use a Sprint PCS phone on a
similar system, only Sprint PCS phones can be used on Sprint PCS, as their
accounting software will not recognize the ESN of any phone not initially
sold by them. Not all Sprint phones can be activated on another system;
please see note below.


nTelos http://www.ntelos.com - CDMA1900
---------------------------------------
Audiovox PCX1100XL CDMA1900
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-2760 CDMA1900
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-2035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-3035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-6035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
LG SP-110 CDMA1900
Motorola StarTAC ST7868W CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Nokia 5185i CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS

SprintPCS http://www.sprintpcs.com - CDMA1900
---------------------------------------------
Denso Touchpoint 2100 CDMA1900/AMPS
Denso Touchpoint 2200 CDMA1900/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-1920 CDMA1900 *
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-1960 CDMA1900 *
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-2760 CDMA1900/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-2035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-2255 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-3035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-6035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
LG Touchpoint 1100 CDMA1900
Motorola StarTAC ST7867W CDMA1900/AMPS (1) *
Motorola StarTAC ST7762 CDMA1900/AMPS (1) *
Motorola Talkabout T8167 CDMA1900/AMPS (1) *
Motorola Talkabout T8367 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS *
Motorola Timeport P8167 CDMA1900/AMPS (1) *
Motorola Timeport P8767 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola V.8162 CDMA1900
Neopoint NP1000 CDMA1900
Nokia 6185 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS *
Nokia 5170 CDMA1900 *
Nokia 2170 CDMA1900 *
Samsung SCH-3500 CDMA1900/AMPS (1)
Samsung SCH-6100 CDMA1900
Samsung SCH-8500 CDMA1900/AMPS (1)
Samsung SPH-N200 CDMA1900/AMPS (1)
Samsung SPH-N400 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Samsung M100 Uproar CDMA1900/AMPS (1)
Sanyo SCP-4500 CDMA1900/AMPS
Sanyo SCP-5000 CDMA1900/AMPS
Sanyo SCP-6000 CDMA1900
Touchpoint 3000 CDMA1900

Qwest/US West http://www.uswestwireless.com - CDMA1900
------------------------------------------------------
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-2035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-3035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-6035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-1960 CDMA1900 *
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-2760 CDMA1900/AMPS *
Motorola StarTAC ST7867W CDMA1900/AMPS (1) *
Nokia 3285 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Nokia 6185 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS *
Nokia 5185i CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Nokia 5170 CDMA1900 *

PrimeCo PCS (non-Verizon systems in Chicago & Houston)
*22803 to activate OTA on US Cellular/PrimeCo in Chicago
--------------------------------------------------------
Audiovox PCX1100XL CDMA1900
Audiovox PCX3500XL CDMA1900
Audiovox PCX1000XL CDMA1900 *
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-1920 CDMA1900 *
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-1960 CDMA1900
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-2700 CDMA1900/AMPS *
Motorola StarTAC ST7762 CDMA1900/AMPS *
Nokia 6185 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS *
Nokia 2170 CDMA1900 *
Sony 2200/3200 CDMA1900/AMPS *

Alltel http://www.alltel.com - CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
----------------------------------------------------
Audiovox 8000 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS *
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-2035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-6035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola Timeport 270c CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola V60c CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola StarTAC ST7868W CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Nokia 5185i CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Nokia 6185 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS

Verizon Wireless http://www.verizonwireless.com - CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Audiovox CDM9000 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-2035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-2135 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-2235 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-3035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-6035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
LG V111 CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola StarTAC ST7868W CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola Timeport P8767 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola Timeport 270c CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola V120c CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola V60c CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola V60i CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola V2260 CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola Vulcan V8160 CDMA800/AMPS
Nokia 5185i CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS

SureWest Wireless http://www.surewestwireless.com - CDMA1900
-------------------------------------------------------------
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-2235 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-3035 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola StarTAC ST7868W CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola V120c CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Motorola V60c CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Nokia 5185i CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
Nokia 8270 CDMA1900

Cricket Commumications http://www.cricketcommunications.com - CDMA1900
-----------------------------------------------------------------------

metroPCS http://www.metropcs.com - CDMA1900
--------------------------------------------
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-2235 CDMA1900/CDMA800/AMPS
SonyEricsson T206


(1) These phones may be used on Verizon Wireless and Alltel only in areas
where the home system is a CDMA1900 system. Specifically, this includes
all Verizon/PrimeCo systems, and where ever Alltel has CDMA1900 systems
installed (Jacksonville, FL comes to mind). Please note that you will be
roaming analog on non-home Verizon Wireless and Alltel systems as these
phones are not capable of CDMA800. (Can someone let me know if a tri-mode,
dual-band PRL will work in a dual-mode, dual-band phone? I see no reason
why this should not work, and hence, everything I have said above should
still be valid. please let me know. tks.)


NGETI NGAK ????????????????

 


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OK LIHAT JUGA LINK KE
1. TUTORIAL NOKIA
http://www.forumponsel.com/forum/showflat.php?Cat=&Number=990219&page=0&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=&fpart=1

2. TUTORIAL SAMSUNG
http://www.forumponsel.com/forum/showflat.php?Cat=&Number=990227&page=0&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=&fpart=1

 


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Om,saya masih bermasalah nih modottel wte 300 inject nya...
Masih roaming pas startup,harus nunggu agak lama dikit...
Apa bisa di upgrade PRL nya?
Kalau bisa,hp nya dikirim lewat tiki aja ke pak andri.. thx

 

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copy paste dulu ah...thx...

takut keburu di deleted..

 


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Samsung n356(frensip) milik saya sudah diunlock,
pake sofware XH19 ,sofwarenya sayacek sudah masuk,logo frennya pada waktu start sudah ganti samsung.tapi kok masih ada sinyal mobile-8 dan layanan 888 nya(customer service )masih bisa dihubungi.
Apakah HP fren saya sudah berhasil UNLOCK-nya apa belum?
Bagaimana ciri hp frensip yang sudah ke UNLOCK?
thank..

 


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JEFRI:
SOFWARE WTE 300 UDAH ADA TAPI BELUM SEMPET BELI KABELNYA KALAU MAU KIRIM SAMA KABELNYA BOLEH NANTI KU CEK.......
BISA SMS KE AKU NAMA DAN ALAMAT MU KE 021-70163801

WINCHESTER :
COBA N356 KAMU DIREBOOT 6 X APA BALIK KE SETTINGAN FREN

BILA ANDA BERMINATSOFTWARE CDMA SILAKAN HUB 021-70163801

 


chrisans

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Mas andri, utk N356 saya yang telah unlock bermasalah, solusi terakhir saya reset... cuma masalahnya PRL Enabled jadi "YES" padahal saat aku unlock pertama PRL nya NO, kenapa bisa begini? kalo saya unlock lagi masih sama PRL nya YES, tapi kalo aku pakai nelpon ngga pp OK2 aja ? penting ngga sich mas setting PRL Yes/No,

 


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Bos, saya punya LGC 800W settingan NAM1 dan NAM2 nya udah diisi. NAM 1 Fren, NAM 2 Flexi. Dua2nya nomor bdg dan dua2nya diblokir. Apa yg harus sy lakukan sebelum ke CS TelkomFlexi daerah (sukabumi) untuk inject nomor flexi baru? apa saya harus mereset settingan NAMnya dulu kemudian memberi settingan baru ke cs telkomflexi? kalo iya, saya ngga tau nomor SPC dan FCSnya. Kalo ada yg tau tolongin saya plis!, terus kalo udah tau SPC dan FCSnya, harus saya apain? maaf newbie.
makasih atas bantuannya!

 

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CRISANT :
PRL ITU PERLU UNTUK FLEXI , STARONE DAN FREN TETAPI UNTUK ESIA PRL ADALAH NONE (NGAK PAKAI PRL GITU) JADI HP ANDA NGAK MASALAH DI FREN..........

FIEDLY :
SELAIN HP NOKIA , BILA NGEMPLANG NGAK BAYAR TINGGAL GANTI ESN SAJA DAN DAFTARKAN SAJA LAGI.........(PAKAI SOFTWARE)

 


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Mas, mo tanya seting internet utk sch x-250. Setiap aku coba selalu keluar "Gateway timeout". Tu gmn mas

 


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mas mau tanya kan saya jual motorola v680 klo ganti kartu kok kadang2 suka gak mau kenapa ya?
contoh pertama kali saya masukin kartu trendy trus ganti star 1 kadang mau kadang tidak, klo mau trus ganti ke ke trendy lagi malah gak bisa. mesti setting nam ulang itu kenapa ya? prl nya apa mesti diaktifkan? ada software u transfer foto dr hp samsung ke pc? u/ seri x590 n v300 sekalian ama kabel datanya

 

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BUNG ANDRI, saya berminat dgn software cdma anda, gimana nih kontekny? saya sudah pm tapi tidak pernah dibalas.

minta nomor hp anda dong

 


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mas Andri, *228 itu artinya dial kemana? dan apakan PRL barunya akan otomatis terupdate atau ada operator yang menjawab?

thanks

 


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@ bos andri
bos networ code untuk flexi berapa ya? en gimana caranya mencari esn flexi yang terdapat pada stater packnya.

 


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gw pk nokia 6585, buat koneksi ke komputer pake kabel DKU-5, Tapi komputer ada masalah terpaksa di instal ulang. tapi begitu di instal ulang gak bisa. mohon pencerahannya.....
Thx berat .....

 


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9 years ago (Aug 4, 2005 04:10 pm)     comment Comment Permalink   Print

mas,aku punya samsung ex frensip yg udah di inject nomer flexi surabaya ama temenku..bisa dipake sih..tapi aku sekarang di semarang,pengenya aku ubah ke nomer semarang..ajarin settingan nya dong..aku pengen bisa ngerubah/nginject sendiri...thx ya..

 


lacsar

Newbie 10 reps
Reg: 1 decade ago
9 years ago (Aug 10, 2005 07:21 am)     comment Comment Permalink   Print

mas, dimana kita bisa donlot file PRL untuk semua operator?
thx

 


mixcell

Newbie 0 reps
Reg: 9 years ago
9 years ago (Aug 16, 2005 03:02 pm)     comment Comment Permalink   Print


salam kenal,saya mo nanya nihhh..
saya ada samsung x 700 frek 800,kalo trima sms selalu hank dari oprator mana aja baik cdma maupun gsm,apa harus di seting ulang ato di flas ulang.... tolong solusinya yaaa thanks

 


s1emens

Newbie 0 reps
Reg: 1 decade ago
9 years ago (Sep 12, 2005 11:37 pm)     comment Comment Permalink   Print

Nok 3586 PRL
TKI=8
STR=1
ESIA=None
FREN= LUPA, jarang sih yg mau inject fren

Kalo yg mau request PRL nanti gw attach

BR,
s1emens

 

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gantenxt

Explorer 45 reps
Reg: 9 years ago
9 years ago (Sep 24, 2005 01:50 am)     comment Comment Permalink   Print

help..help...help...

bos andriking, aku punya kyocera se47. operatornya orange aussie. punya spc-nya gak yah. soale dah di tulis spc yg di kasih om cyber tetep ga mau.
o iya kalo di screen ada tulisan R, maksudnya apa yah?

thanx

 


adyes

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Reg: 9 years ago
8 years ago (Oct 1, 2005 03:28 pm)     comment Comment Permalink   Print

mau tanya kode samsung SGH A350 isa ndak?thx

 


ahmadz

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Reg: 1 decade ago
8 years ago (Oct 30, 2005 01:30 pm)     comment Comment Permalink   Print

salam,
kami pakai nokia 2280 kenapa mini browsernya tak ada di menu tlg bantuannya !!!

 

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