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    What is your PRI Checksum? ##774
    Thanks
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    0xA3FB vzw 700p
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    0xCF70 sprint 700p
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    0xDD43

    What exactly does that mean?

    EDIT: Sprint
    Last edited by string3599; 06/13/2007 at 10:11 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crawform View Post
    0xCF70 sprint 700p
    Ditto
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    a checksum is a way to make sure the data in a file has not been corrupted.

    an example would be if I write the word "DOG" and then I assign a value to each letter based on it's place in the alphabet- D would be 4, O would get 15, G would be 5. I want to sent you the word over an error prone connection and have you be able to check that you got the message that I intended. I would set up with you in advance that I would send you the message then the sum of the alph numbers to check it. So for "dog" I would send:

    dog
    24

    on your end you would calculate the checksum for the word you received is 24 and you would have some assurance that you got the correct message.

    if you got the message
    eog
    24

    you would see it didn't match and then you could check back with me to resend the data.

    That's a really basic explanation and I think modern checksum values use fancier algorithms but the intent is the same. Credit a numerical value so you can confirm that the data sent was correctly received.
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    for VZW users its #*#774

    Mine was 0xA3FB

    What does this exactly mean..
    and more importantly what are the repercussions of "Reset to Factory Default Settings"
    Last edited by ncc1701p; 08/06/2007 at 04:02 PM.
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    do NOT reset this, your treo will not function
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    Quote Originally Posted by crawform View Post
    0xCF70 sprint 700p
    Same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    do NOT reset this, your treo will not function
    Not true. Just did with my wife's 755P per a tech support rep's instruction - trying to troubleshoot evdo connection. It will need a re-provisioning after 'reset to factory defaults.'
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChemEngr View Post
    Not true. Just did with my wife's 755P per a tech support rep's instruction - trying to troubleshoot evdo connection. It will need a re-provisioning after 'reset to factory defaults.'
    IMO, In other words...stay away from it. Some SOB will have one oops with the o'l thumb screwing around with these codes.
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    Can anyone tell me if the Sprint PRI is 0xCF70 Post MR. What about pre MR?
    I too have 0xCF70 in (Telus -> Sprint MR). While before it was 0xE45F for Telus. I don't mean anyone to reset the PRI. I just want to see if it will reveal some other items... etc
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    mine is 0xCF70 post MR....don't know what it was pre MR
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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderfan View Post
    mine is 0xCF70 post MR....don't know what it was pre MR
    My Sprint 700p is 0xDD43 - have not applied the MR yet. Phone was bought mid June 2006.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cj1 View Post
    My Sprint 700p is 0xDD43 - have not applied the MR yet. Phone was bought mid June 2006.
    Same Here. No MR applied. Purchased phone in Nov. 2006
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    From my research:

    ##DATA, restore - restores PRI from ROM (somewhere), login "phone@xxx" becomes "phone", and checksum is Sprint post MR is 0xc0f0 one.

    ##PRI, reset - restores PRI from CC-CAP, login back to "phone@xxx", checksum is 0xE5xx (Telus)

    Don't force the EVDO to ON in the ##EVDO, else you don't get any bars signal and ##debug stuck at "System determination state"

    Whats the diffecence, in ##debug terms, about "Searching for service" and "no service"
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    Quote Originally Posted by crawform View Post
    0xCF70 sprint 700p
    Ditto for me. 0xCF70 sprint 700p
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    0x8278 for Verizon MR
    It seems that Sprint MR doesn't have 4 entries (Home SID, Home NID) for the ##000000, while Telus/Verizon MR has.

    Also Sprint MR has ##DATA, Advanced, Multimedia, etc, but Telus/Verizon only have Browser, Data and Restore.

    Also my "Banner" is not showing up for the Verizon MR, strange

    Some other differences in Verizon MR: (Compared to Sprint MR/Telus)

    1) Signal icon is different (big circle if no signal)
    2) AGPS icon is different (horizontal sonic wave pattern)
    3) TTY menus are more understandable
    4) uses *#* for menus, etc
    5) Select Band in phone app - but how to use it?
    6) Less clutter than Sprint MR (built in programs)
    Last edited by kocoman; 08/06/2007 at 01:53 PM.
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    Re-furb 700p acquired friday:

    VZW 700p: 8278
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    0xCF70 sprint 700p post MR
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