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Ayush posted a topic in Technical / OS relatedDear All, Please find my query and scenario below: Scenario: Phone A - Samsung S2 Epic 4G Touch Phone B - Samsung Corby Phone C - Nokia 2112 Phone A (Epic Touch) was registered with Reliance, call, text, data working. The number was then transferred to Phone B (Samsung Corby) and was functioning properly with call, text and data working. Nokia 2112 has a Reliance R-UIM and its number has to be ported to Phone A (Epic Touch). Data is still functioning on Phone A (Epic Touch) Action Taken: Retrieved NV Items for Epic Touch to understand how data is working. Used QPST to figure out HDR Username and Password. Issue: Unable to make sense of any data available from above actions. Requirement: > To figure out how Data is working on Phone A (Epic Touch). > To put R-UIM number into Epic Touch by programming (as an experiment) Action Taken for R-UIM to non R-UIM change: Can retrieve ESN from Nokia 2112 for the R-UIM in it. Can change ESN for Epic Touch, however it starts with 80 this MEID has to be disabled. Some suggestion whether above conversion would work or not would be helpful. Also would data get effected with ESN, MEID converstion? Appreciate some advice. Thanks
Samsung Mobile’s Product site has outed the Samsung Galaxy S II or S2 variant for the Sprint Nextel, the Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch. According to specs reveled as of now , the Sprint Nextel Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch will sport a bumped up 4.52-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen instead of the original 4.3-inch size, 1.2 GHz dual-core processor under the hood, an 8-megapixel camera, 2-megapixel front-facing camera, Android 2.3 with Samsung's TouchWiz 4.0 UI and 4G network speed, which is the WiMax connectivity (not relevant in Indian shores). Unlike the original Samsung Epic 4G, the Touch doesn’t have a physical QWERTY keyboard. This might be a deal-breaker for some users as many people still prefer the hardware keyboard over the touch screen. Source : Phonedog First Look @ PcWorld Hands On @ Slashgear Launch date - September 16th