QCN File From Developer Model or T-Mobile for AWS
Hi I've been trying to figure out if AWS can be easily supported in models that don't have the 1700 WCDMA spectrum enabled. Not sure if it's hardware or software.
So far I've found 1700 References look to be missing from the variant I have in the QCN
Actual Supported GSM 1900/850
I've managed to pull the QCN files from 2 Moto X for comparison however I don't have a developer model or T-mobile version to compare.
Could some one be kind enough to send me a copy of theirs. Please PM me since it could contain your IMEI since I see a single reference so far that isn't a null value.
Root or unlocked bootloader is not required
You'll need to install the moto x drivers located here:
QSPT Tools 2.7 Build 378 or newer
Please google where to find it I'm unsure if I'm allowed to post it.
Then you need to boot your phone with BPTools enabled.
1. Power off device
2. Hold Down and Power
3. Follow Instructions to select BPtools (Up is actualy to select not power)
4. Phone will boot normally however new devices will be listed in device manager
5. Go into device manager and you'll see 3 Moto references and 1 rmnet with no drivers in Other devices. You'll need to force a driver motorola drivers don't have references to vendor hw id correctly.
6. Select "Motorola QC Diag Interface" Update Driver --> Let me pick from a list of device drivers from my computer --> Show All Devices --> Motorola --> Motorola QC Diag Port (Force Install) Should now have a port assigned.
7. Start QPST Configuration --> Select Ports Tab --> Select Com# - USB/QC Diagnostic (Should See SURF8960) --> Now on the toolbar tab Select Start Clients --> Software Download --> Select Backup Tab --> Browse where to save QCN File then hit start.
EDIT: Bands are defined in the NVM which is inaccessible in EFS Explorer as well as mot_hob when using QPST? I wonder what mot_hob is. Looks like you need QXDM however I don't have an XP box at the moment.