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[Q] What phone did i buy?

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17th January 2014, 03:12 AM   |  #11  
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Thanks for the replay. I did what you wrote but couldnt find in the proc folder any config file. So i just started opening and reading anything what could have some info,such as driver system cpuinfo and other folders. I found allot about Media Tec hardware parts inside the Phone and "CHMOD" to me that must be China mod if im not mistaken. I will continue reading and hope il find more info on t he Phone.The Phone works good but that isnt the reason why i bought it for Lets hope il find what i need or maybe someone else finds anything about it.

Actually, CHMOD stands for "Change Mode". It is a shell command used most often to change file permissions.

As an example of how we would use this command/tool in a terminal:

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chmod +x your_file.ext
Good attempt with "China Mod" though. I like that
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17th January 2014, 11:26 AM   |  #12  
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Actually, CHMOD stands for "Change Mode". It is a shell command used most often to change file permissions.

As an example of how we would use this command/tool in a terminal:

Code:
chmod +x your_file.ext
Good attempt with "China Mod" though. I like that


Well if you try to find anything usefull about Phone details and you stumble uppon allot files written in Chinese (as a noob that is your mind plays trikcs on you and you would love to learn chinese so you can read these files hoping to find details about the Phone that are hidden in this language Well,il keep trying in any way i can...and il post it here to help others and myself
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i want a phone
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