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Old 08-19-2010, 10:41 AM
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HTC Hero cdma workshop

Hey guys, I cant get my htc hero to be recognized in my cdma workshop. When I go into com in cdma workshop it doesnt show my phone in there. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot
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Old 08-19-2010, 11:22 AM
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Re: HTC Hero cdma workshop

Go the keypad in your device and type ##3424 and send. This will enable the phones DM router and put it in to diagnostic mode. Cdma WS should then recognize it and you will be able to connect.
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Re: HTC Hero cdma workshop

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Old 08-19-2010, 03:36 PM
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Re: HTC Hero cdma workshop

i tried that already but when I go to device manager, it says HTC diag drivers could not be found. THanks a lot
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Old 08-20-2010, 01:14 AM
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Re: HTC Hero cdma workshop

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i tried that already but when I go to device manager, it says HTC diag drivers could not be found. THanks a lot
Google the HTC Hero drivers and install them.
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Re: HTC Hero cdma workshop

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Google the HTC Hero drivers and install them.

^This. Then I believe it is ##diag# (so # instead of send)

If that doesn't work grab qpst and open qpst configuration (while in diag mode on the phone) click add com port un-check the box at the bottom left of the pop-up, an unknown or surf com should come up click it and hit add. Remember the com port and switch to it in CDMA workshop then close qpst and hit connect in CDMA workshop.

Sorry if that is confusing, I'm trying to explain from memory.

Let me know if it works or you need better instructions.

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Old 08-25-2010, 12:39 AM
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Re: HTC Hero cdma workshop

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^This. Then I believe it is ##diag# (so # instead of send)

If that doesn't work grab qpst and open qpst configuration (while in diag mode on the phone) click add com port un-check the box at the bottom left of the pop-up, an unknown or surf com should come up click it and hit add. Remember the com port and switch to it in CDMA workshop then close qpst and hit connect in CDMA workshop.

Sorry if that is confusing, I'm trying to explain from memory.

Let me know if it works or you need better instructions.
Yup, also you might need to delete the com in QPST before closing. This fully closes that port.
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Old 08-27-2010, 07:38 AM
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Re: HTC Hero cdma workshop

can someone please reply to my thread i posted about getting the Hero? I thought ppcgeeks, was a good community, where people help one another. I don't understand why everyone ignored me. Thanks
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Re: HTC Hero cdma workshop

Simple... goto google dot com and search for htc diagnostic drivers

http://www.4shared.com/file/21444161...G_Drivers.html
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