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So basically if I want HEX SCID I need an HTC or iPhone....yuck....

 

Or code an app that digs it out of the baseband on other phones. I guess I don't understand why it is that big of deal, the 3 digit IDs work just fine.

 

Whoa, whoa, whoa. Is there something other than the legendary Galaxy Note 2 in the digiblur household?

 

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Nope, still only have the S3, Note2, and my handed down EVO LTE. That's a screen shot from jmuskratt's hunting.

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Or code an app that digs it out of the baseband on other phones. I guess I don't understand why it is that big of deal, the 3 digit IDs work just fine.

Because I need the hex for the cheat sheet. Right now we have a mess with a site that is not correlating correctly to the cheat sheet so I am trying to get HEX SCID's from sites that are up and no one wants to volunteer. And I know absolutely nothing about creating an app and lordsutch's app didn't work for me.

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You might be able to get HEX ids from the Android radio log. Use aLogCat or another logcat tool, watch the radio log (in aLogCat, it's under preferences), and look for DATA_REGISTRATION_STATE messages with 14 as the fourth value. I believe the Qualcomm RIL always provides the HEX ID on these as the third value - it does on my Evo LTE, and the same pattern shows up in pastebin output from phones from several different carriers and manufacturers.

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You might be able to get HEX ids from the Android radio log. Use aLogCat or another logcat tool, watch the radio log (in aLogCat, it's under preferences), and look for DATA_REGISTRATION_STATE messages with 14 as the fourth value. I believe the Qualcomm RIL always provides the HEX ID on these as the third value - it does on my Evo LTE, and the same pattern shows up in pastebin output from phones from several different carriers and manufacturers.

How do I do that?

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1. Get aLogCat from the market.

2. Open it.

3. In preferences, click on "Buffer?" and choose "Radio"

4. Tap back.

5. Tap the magnifying glass icon.

6. In the text box, type "DATA_REGISTRATION_STATE.*14" (no quotes).

7. Check the box labeled "Apply as regular expression?"

8. Tap Okay.

 

You should now see the LTE registration messages from the radio. If there's a HEX ID being reported by the RIL, it should be the third number in each message. It should look something like:

 

D/RILJ ( 1863): [0050]< DATA_REGISTRATION_STATE {1, 9d00, 0266b103, 14, 0, 20}

 

The part in bold is the HEX ID. I have no idea what the number before it is (possibly the TAC?).

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1. Get aLogCat from the market.

2. Open it.

3. In preferences, click on "Buffer?" and choose "Radio"

4. Tap back.

5. Tap the magnifying glass icon.

6. In the text box, type "DATA_REGISTRATION_STATE.*14" (no quotes).

7. Check the box labeled "Apply as regular expression?"

8. Tap Okay.

 

You should now see the LTE registration messages from the radio. If there's a HEX ID being reported by the RIL, it should be the third number in each message. It should look something like:

 

D/RILJ ( 1863): [0050]< DATA_REGISTRATION_STATE {1, 9d00, 0266b103, 14, 0, 20}

 

The part in bold is the HEX ID. I have no idea what the number before it is (possibly the TAC?).

Will this work on GNex?

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Try it and let us know.

 

Sent from my little Note2

That requires me to drive for about 45 minutes to the nearest LTE site....not driving out there again to just be disappointed or confused again.

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Try it and let us know.

 

Sent from my little Note2

 

I'll try it out in a few since I'm in an active LTE area right now with my Gnex.

 

Edit: So far, nothing. I'll keep an eye overnight and post again in the morning.

 

Sent from Josh's iPhone 5 using Tapatalk 2

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I tried it on my Note2 and the logcat app doesn't seem to show what as much stuff as when connected to the PC using adb. Have a -118 barely signal outside my house and it doesn't show anything. I didn't drag the laptop outside though. Will try it tomorrow.

 

Sent from my little Note2

 

 

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Try removing the .*14 part; if you're still not getting any messages (and you are in Radio mode, not Main mode), it may require a debugging mode to be enabled in your ROM. Seems to work out of the box on CM at least.

 

Of course, I posted the aLogCat advice on the basis that we were talking about the LG Optimus G, which has a Qualcomm radio just like the EVO's. I honestly don't know what a Galaxy Nexus with the VIA LTE chipset would report.

 

On the GNex, another place you might find the data is on the Radio Info screen, which you can access using the dialer code *#*#4636#*#* or via the menu in SignalCheck; the LTE info appears next to the "CellInfo" label, if available.

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Try removing the .*14 part; if you're still not getting any messages (and you are in Radio mode, not Main mode), it may require a debugging mode to be enabled in your ROM. Seems to work out of the box on CM at least.

 

Of course, I posted the aLogCat advice on the basis that we were talking about the LG Optimus G, which has a Qualcomm radio just like the EVO's. I honestly don't know what a Galaxy Nexus with the VIA LTE chipset would report.

 

On the GNex, another place you might find the data is on the Radio Info screen, which you can access using the dialer code *#*#4636#*#* or via the menu in SignalCheck; the LTE info appears next to the "CellInfo" label, if available.

 

The VIA chipset is for the 1X and EVDO. There is a Qualcomm LTE chipset in this phone. I'll check your suggestions in a few.

 

 

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The VIA chipset is for the 1X and EVDO. There is a Qualcomm LTE chipset in this phone. I'll check your suggestions in a few.

 

I've always read that the phone has a Samsung based LTE chipset. Otherwise it would would a Qualcomm for both CDMA and LTE tech.

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I've always read that the phone has a Samsung based LTE chipset. Otherwise it would would a Qualcomm for both CDMA and LTE tech.

 

Then I must be mistaken. And that could be why nothing shows up. And doing the *#*#4636#*#* was a dead end. My LTE connection dropped after I opened it. Of course, with the phone being on Seasonal Standby that may have something to do with it.

 

 

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