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cdmahn
2010-06-02, 12:43 PM
Hi everybody,

So far, we know that there are 2 methods of making SE K800 to be TEMS phones:

1. Clone: copy some lines of true TEMS phone to another SE phone. The clone phone will be FAKE TEMS, with all TEMS functionalities, but the measurement data is incorrect because its own calibrated data is deleted.

2. Script: the GDFS-based script of 1 line will be copy to SE phone. The phone will be TRUE TEMS.

The question is: How to know a certain TEMS phone to be FAKE (clone) or TRUE (script)?

Please share your ideas/experiences/knowledge here.

Thank you

kamy
2010-06-02, 03:16 PM
Hi everybody,

So far, we know that there are 2 methods of making SE K800 to be TEMS phones:

1. Clone: copy some lines of true TEMS phone to another SE phone. The clone phone will be FAKE TEMS, with all TEMS functionalities, but the measurement data is incorrect because its own calibrated data is deleted.

2. Script: the GDFS-based script of 1 line will be copy to SE phone. The phone will be TRUE TEMS.

The question is: How to know a certain TEMS phone to be FAKE (clone) or TRUE (script)?

Please share your ideas/experiences/knowledge here.

Thank you

the same question for C905.
please help

cdmahn
2010-06-02, 09:38 PM
For A2 phones, there's no way to clone TEMS, because the scripts are based on IMEIs. The only way is change IMEI of the phones, but it is illegal.

torex
2010-06-03, 01:51 AM
Change OTP IMEI precisely.


For A2 phones, there's no way to clone TEMS, because the scripts are based on IMEIs. The only way is change IMEI of the phones, but it is illegal.

Processor
2010-06-03, 03:04 AM
whats OTP IMEI?..because i have a cloned C905 and just checked the IMEI and the IMEI seems correct from what i checked

shak33
2010-06-03, 03:14 AM
Change OTP IMEI precisely.

how to change OTP IMEI?

grid666
2010-06-03, 06:09 AM
how to change OTP IMEI?

If you knew what OTP ment, you would not ask this question.

:D

hakima
2010-06-04, 12:01 PM
Yes, it means One Times Programable :)

B/r