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how to check CID of t mobile mytouch 3g ?

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By karan09, Member on 6th August 2009, 09:01 PM
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how to check cid of my touch ?


is any of this belongs to htc magic vodafone or my touch 3g ?


ModelID: HERO10000
CIDNUM: HTC__001
CIDNUM: HTC__032
CIDNUM: HTC__203
CIDNUM: HTC__102
CIDNUM: HTC__405
CIDNUM: HTC__E11
CIDNUM: HTC__Y13
CIDNUM: 11111111
MainVer: 1.76.405.6
 
 
6th August 2009, 09:16 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by karan09

how to check cid of my touch ?


is any of this belongs to htc magic vodafone or my touch 3g ?


ModelID: HERO10000
CIDNUM: HTC__001
CIDNUM: HTC__032
CIDNUM: HTC__203
CIDNUM: HTC__102
CIDNUM: HTC__405
CIDNUM: HTC__E11
CIDNUM: HTC__Y13
CIDNUM: 11111111
MainVer: 1.76.405.6

As you can see, they are all CIDs (or Carrier IDs) applicable to ModelID Hero10000, or simply HERO. CID 11111111 is the so called SUPERCID.
I Don't know CID for your Mytouch, you can verify it for example by
Code:
 adb shell cat /proc/cmdline
As CID is the carrier ID, many different phone models can have the same CID, but it doesn't imply they can run the same firmware update (different ModelIDs)
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7th August 2009, 02:15 AM |#3  
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C:\Documents and Settings\jass>adb shell cat /proc/cmdline
/proc/cmdline: Permission denied
C:\Documents and Settings\jass>adb shell
$ cat /proc/cmdline
cat /proc/cmdline
/proc/cmdline: Permission denied
$
7th August 2009, 02:30 AM |#4  
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This is from dmesg shortly after boot. I think the cid is T-MOB010, but who knows.

board_sapphire.disable_uart3=0
board_sapphire.usb_h2w_sw=0
board_sapphire.disable_sdcard=0
smisize=64
androidboot.baseband=2.22.19.26I
androidboot.cid=T-MOB010
androidboot.carrier=TMUS
androidboot.keycaps=qwerty
androidboot.mode=normal
androidboot.serialno=SHXXXXXXXXXXX
androidboot.bootloader=1.33.0006
no_console_suspend=1
console=null
7th August 2009, 08:44 AM |#5  
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Originally Posted by karan09

C:\Documents and Settings\jass>adb shell cat /proc/cmdline
/proc/cmdline: Permission denied
C:\Documents and Settings\jass>adb shell
$ cat /proc/cmdline
cat /proc/cmdline
/proc/cmdline: Permission denied
$

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Originally Posted by DebauchedSloth

This is from dmesg shortly after boot. I think the cid is T-MOB010, but who knows.

board_sapphire.disable_uart3=0
board_sapphire.usb_h2w_sw=0
board_sapphire.disable_sdcard=0
smisize=64
androidboot.baseband=2.22.19.26I
androidboot.cid=T-MOB010
androidboot.carrier=TMUS
androidboot.keycaps=qwerty
androidboot.mode=normal
androidboot.serialno=SHXXXXXXXXXXX
androidboot.bootloader=1.33.0006
no_console_suspend=1
console=null

Sorry Karan09, I forgot you dont' have root access, didn't check read permissions on /proc/cmdline.
Yes DebauchedSloth, T-MOB010 (the value for android.cid) is the cid of your device. this is passed by spl as a parameter to the kernel at startup (/proc/cmdline contains a copy)
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