Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

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Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Post by donsimpsone » Tue Nov 03, 2015 3:33 pm

Did anyone test it with a lg g2 flex (h955) yet?
Would be great if it worked... thanks!

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Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Post by madnut » Thu Nov 12, 2015 10:15 am

SIM application (installed from Market) tells me that system library is not found. I've used your package from the thread. What I did wrong? My phone is Xiaomi Mi4c (Snap 808)

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Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Post by admin » Thu Nov 12, 2015 9:09 pm

Does the installer app offer the uninstall option? Did you grant su access to installer and rSAP app?

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Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Post by madnut » Thu Nov 12, 2015 9:54 pm

Yep. After install & reboot I'm able to uninstall libs. But SIM app can't see them.

Wait. I missed root for SIM app. Need to test now

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Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Post by madnut » Thu Nov 12, 2015 10:07 pm

Same error in "Check SIM Access", as for guys above:
CONNECT_REQ
Parameter 'StatusChange' is not Çard Reset'
qmi_error=QMI_ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED

Does it mean we lost Snap 808 and nothing to do here?

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Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Post by admin » Fri Nov 13, 2015 2:02 pm

It would be interesting to find out what would happen on a phone with native rSAP support, like the LG G4 or the HTC One m9. I looked in the code of the m9 and couldn't find any misterious stuff, so it should work without problems.

Maybe Qualcomm simply switches off rSAP support by default for all 64 bit chipsets?

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Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Post by admin » Sun Feb 28, 2016 2:29 pm

Please try the installer app 2.5.9+ from Play Store with your 64 phone. Maybe it can fix the QMI_ERR_ACCESS_DENIED problem. It did work on my ZTE Nubia Z9 mini.

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Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Post by Trailhunter » Thu Apr 07, 2016 10:11 am

Hi

i've got a Huawei GX8 Dual Sim with Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 (I Think).
With the installation APP i can install the files.

But the other command doesn't function. To grant the rSAP access.
I Phone tell me, it's a bad command.

And by QPST i cannot get a connection to the phone. How do i set the GX8 into the Diag-Mode? I did not find anything about it.

My wife have a Honor Holly Dual SIM, everythinks works fine with this phone

Thanks!

Jan

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Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Post by admin » Thu Apr 07, 2016 11:32 am

Some phones don't support the diag interface from within Android. This includes the OnePlus One, the Nexus 6 and it looks like it also affects your Huawei. You will have to try your luck with QPST.

The easy part is to set the USB port to "diag" mode. Get adb running on your PC and type

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adb shell
su
setprop sys.usb.config diag,adb
You will drop out of the adb shell and the Windows Device Manager should show a new unknown device.

Now you'll have to find the proper driver for the Qualcomm diagnosis port. Right click on the unknown device and select the details page. In the hardware ids you'll find the "VID" and "PID" ids. Google them, maybe you find a driver. Keep away from sites that offer any driver or try to sell you something. If you find something at XDA or some driver package from Huawei you should be safe.

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Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Post by admin » Thu Apr 07, 2016 11:46 am

The biggest Qualcomm driver collection I could find so far comes from ALCATEL: http://support1.alcatelonetouch.com/glo ... ategory/72

Download the USB driver package for Qualcomm phones.

If you can't find a driver try

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setprop sys.usb.config diag
Sometimes this seems to create a different USB device in Device Manager.

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