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Qualcomm Product Support Tools (QPST) v.2.7.323

 
Version: 2.7.323Size: 7.85 MBytesAdded: License: Freeware
Type: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
Description:

Qualcomm Product Support Tools (QPST) v.2.7.323 is software package used for phones based on Qualcomm chips: UMTS-based phones EF81, SXG75, SFG75, E81 and other (EF82, SL91, etc.). QPST software includes:

  • QPST Configuration - COM-port selection to work with phone.
  • EFS Explorer - file manager for phone file system.
  • Display Capture - screen capture utility for Java-games and video playing.
  • FTM Application - front end testing.
  • RF Calibration - front end calibration.
  • RF NV Item Manager - NV-memory manager (EEPROM).
  • RL Editor - roaming list settings.
  • Service Programming - different phone settings.
  • Software Download - phone flasher.
  • QCNView - .QCN files viewer, generated by Software Download (Backup menu).
  • DMProxyWin - QPST ports translation server. Allows to connect to the current phone from another device, which connected to Internet using QPST and DMProxyWin.
  • Gang Flash Image Application - creates firmware and file system image to use in programmer such as Data I/O ProLINE RoadRunner or Data I/O FlashPAK.
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Gilbert Tzac#11 2
I am from belize can I use this software to program my htc to smartbelize 3G network.

If yes what are the steps .



Thanks in advance

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yulianto#21 0
my modem use quallcom chipset.....but canot receive sms....please help........
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