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    Default Diagnostic Mode via Bluetooth

    So I broke my USB port on my HTC EVO 4G, but I need to get into my phone to update my settings to get my 3g working.

    I've been trying to connect Diagnostic Mode (##3424#) to QPST via bluetooth, but no luck

    So far, I can create a bluetooth connection to my windows 7 box, and associate it to a com port that is visible in QPST, but that's about it.

    QPST does not recognize the phone being in Diagnostic Mode via bluetooth.

    Do i need to install a specific driver? or is there a bluetooth diagnostic mode? Any ideas would help.

    Thank you in advance.

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    Default Re: Diagnostic Mode via Bluetooth

    You usually can not do diag through bluetooth. 1 reason is because QPST set's mode offline and reads back build information. When you offline the device it usually will turn off all radios, WIFI, Bluetooth, or place them in a mode to be serviced. Some older phones allowed it but most newer phones will disable bluetooth as well.

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    Not going to work on an evo, amos right.

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    Default Re: Diagnostic Mode via Bluetooth

    Ok, thanks guys for the quick reply. I will try and figure out how to solder the USB port back on the board instead.

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    Default Re: Diagnostic Mode via Bluetooth

    Good luck Melonberry...Its not an easy task for sure...the contact points are below the port..Best way I found is heat up the actual connector and put in on the board real quick but straight.A hot air machine would do the job alot better im sure.


 

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