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Nokia Developer - Remote Device Access (Diag Tools for Lumias)

19th September 2013, 04:11 PM   |  #1  
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I've been using their service for a while now.
This is a service offered free to people who have Nokia accounts who sign up a developer account (which is also free.)
It's purpose is to let developers use a Windows Phone that might not have access to one. It allows you to deploy xaps directly to the phone and offers a number Nokia devices. Not all of them are Windows Phones, and some are in other languages besides English. Some of the Windows Phone devices have SIMs in them and some of them actually have phone numbers where you can call it. A new feature that's available is the onboard cameras have been enabled on the Lumia 820, 920, 925 and the 1020. I'll take screenshots when I can.

The Phone is sideways for photos, so here's the screenshot of the about page.
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Also, some of the Windows Phones have a manually installed OEM dev app, On-Device Diagnostics Tool.

http://developer.nokia.com/Devices/R...device_access/
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NOTE: I've noticed with the 928, the device lags really behind. SO FAR BEHIND, the frames you might be seeing are from minutes ago.

EDIT 1: Simply exiting the program and starting it up again possibly remedies the video lag issue. Doesn't always work, but it worked well enough to make a video finally.

EDIT 2: There isn't much info about on the ODDT from Nokia. I've uploaded and embedded the videos demonstrating the oem diagnostic tool and some other stuff I did in the session.

Sorry about the first video. Its mostly in monochrome due to the settings I had at the start of the video. After some time into the diagnostics portion I had bumped the quality to 3 or so where it displays color and animation at a decent rate.




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19th September 2013, 08:37 PM   |  #2  
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The SIM applications are standard STK apps from the operator, they have been there since the early GSM phones. I used to read the joke of the day from my operator's SIM apps on my Nokia 3310 ��

Edited a bit. Forget what I wrote before ��
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I was really hoping someone could give some info about the SIM apps that were included, I can't read the text and I don't recognize the carrier either.
I didn't know much about SIM apps previously. Verizon has never used SIMs until they started using LTE.
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Apparently these devices are pre-production. This is evident when browsing the directory of the remote devices. Also, note that the diagnostic tool there supports different usb modes too, so thats good news. Now, how to export the app remotely...........

There were some files that were generated during the videos made.
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File Type: txt Non-Production Errors.txt - [Click for QR Code] (885 Bytes, 42 views)
File Type: txt oddbatterymonitor_log.txt - [Click for QR Code] (296.6 KB, 28 views)
File Type: txt oddthermalmonitor_log.txt - [Click for QR Code] (31.8 KB, 21 views)
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Apparently these devices are pre-production. This is evident when browsing the directory of the remote devices. Also, note that the diagnostic tool there supports different usb modes too, so thats good news. Now, how to export the app remotely...........

There were some files that were generated during the videos made.

I have taken a look at the app, it's not much interesting anyway as we can't deploy it to non-interop devices.

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I was really hoping someone could give some info about the SIM apps that were included, I can't read the text and I don't recognize the carrier either.
I didn't know much about SIM apps previously. Verizon has never used SIMs until they started using LTE.

There are just things like Weather. Joke of the Day, Customer service etc. Nothing too interesting, just leftovers from pre-smartphone era :P
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I have taken a look at the app, it's not much interesting anyway as we can't deploy it to non-interop devices.

Eh, I just want to get a look at the permissions inside. More specifically, I'm very interested to see the pre-prod/developer 928.
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Eh, I just want to get a look at the permissions inside. More specifically, I'm very interested to see the pre-prod/developer 928.

Well ok, here is the XAP and the license file.
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File Type: xap OddtApplication_GDR2_Release_ARM.xap - [Click for QR Code] (603.0 KB, 185 views)
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Where did you get this? I can't say I've been frequenting here enough to know some of the dev stuff thats been occurring in the past few weeks.
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Where did you get this? I can't say I've been frequenting here enough to know some of the dev stuff thats been occurring in the past few weeks.

I don't want to name my source :P But it's from an engineering lumia.
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That's understandable 😃

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