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  1. TOOLEY's Avatar
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    I was curious what are other peoples RF mode reading. Am I the only one to see this? To view this information on the dial pad enter ##DEBUG#

    my Battery Voltage reads 4021 mV

    RF Mode reads CDMA 1900Mhz

    what are yours?

    I am using a Sprint Pre
    Last edited by TOOLEY; 07/21/2010 at 01:04 AM.
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    so you got a sprint or verizon pre
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    sprint
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    battery voltage on mine is 4050 mV

    4167 @ 100% battery

    rf is same as yours
    Last edited by atl10pnr; 07/21/2010 at 02:54 AM.
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    Cool. hopefully we will get enough people tosubmit such information and perhaps find what is the average of these settings
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    well the battery voltage is your remaining charge, watch it, it will get lower.
    every sprint and verizon mobile phone is cdma 1900mhz. it the frequency they operate on.
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    Well that's useful information. Thank you for sharing that. Reading Mhz, I had thought perhaps it's was Megahertz to the processor power. The reason I say this is I only noticed this after I made a few interals tweaks to speed up the phone. Ok so thank you for such information once again.
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    no prob,
    thanks is the button to the right-------------------------->
    what? its a good line? yes i know i stole it from someone else
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    3360mv with 15% battery.
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    Actually, (at least in my area), Verizon is working on CDMA (Bside) which would be 800-900 MHz while Sprint is the PCS band on 1900 MHz. But as Toyo stated, this information just lets you know what band the phone is operating on.

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