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Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Post by DjDTM » Sun Feb 11, 2018 9:34 pm

admin wrote:The crash is a bug in the EFS Explorer. It happens when there is no permission for the file operation. Usually you can grant the missing permission by activating the "factory test mode". But this is where the problems continue: it looks like recent phones can no longer enable the factory test mode, and it looks like even on some phones QPST is able to mess up the EFS memory, which may lead to all kinds of problems, see viewtopic.php?f=61&t=1853.

Remember that the QPST is an internal tool from Qualcomm and not officially supported, so be happy if it helps. If it does not work on your phone you are most probably out of luck. Sorry.

After I upgraded to Android O, I've found in the 'uim' Folder by using the QPST Explorer now the file 'auth_security_restrictions'.
This is new. Before that, I never found any file there.
But by copy the 'sap_security_restrictions' file into the folder the program also crashed.

The 'factory test mode' doesn't take any effect. Only my 4G connection is disabled, that I could only usw WiFi. So I must change back to 0X00 and after reboot it's working. Don't know why?!

Any ideas again?
Can I change the name from auth to sap?

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Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Post by admin » Mon Feb 12, 2018 9:34 pm

I guess you also cannot change the existing file's name, you simply do not have the necessary rights without the factory mode.

So far I gave up trying to find a solution for the phones where you cannot activate the factory mode. Sorry.


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