Blackberry Engineering Screen
General functions of eScreen is to display additional information and some functions Settings (settings)
1. to unlock the GPS on BB Hendheld with integrated GPS.
(For those who ever tried to search Sattelite but never get, there may be a GPS function that is still to locked, and can be opened through eScreen)
2. select the network manually
3. select or specify the location of base stations manually, point to his lock handheld with the BTS with the best signal in certain areas.
Here’s how to display the eScreen Blackberry
Click the link below directly into the keygen eScreen!
Download keygen eScreen:
Example screenshots if successful can the keygen from your PC browser:
How to open eScreen on BB:
1. From the PC open the HTML file above
2. On the homescreen Handheld / BB, press alt shift H (Screen will show Help me)
3. PIN input
4. Input app. Ver (ex. 4.6.0.xxx (xxx))
5. Bottom of keygen will be shown 8 digit combination of numbers and letters.
6. Input to 8 these code on screen help me. (Will not be visible when the code included)
7. After all the code is entered, the screen will automatically switch to eScreen.
How to open the “help me screen” in the storm
on the home screen, press and hold the ESC key, then press the top left screen, then right, then top left again, and right upper back.
Then use the page 1 for how to code it.
(Already tested and succeeded by Mr. Hunt)
1. Flip the display into Landscape Mode.
2. from the Home screen, press and hold the button 123 to activate the NumLock.
3. press the Menu button.
4. then show the keyboard.
5. type 2 * 92
1. go to home screen
2. come up with a keyboard in the landscape position (lying down)
3. hold the key! # 123 until a signal lock on it, then press button 2 * 92
4. then the screen will appear help me.
Device: BB Curve 8310
Themes: Precision Mini Storm
Inside BB eScreen:
1. eScreen Mobile Network
2. EScreen OS
3. EScreen JVM
4. Display Event Log (same as alt LGLG)
5. Deactivate Radio (for power on and off the radio function / signal tel. In other words the flight mode)
6. Power off (make off Handheld overall cap just like pressing the phone a few seconds)
Sub-inside BB eScreen:
Acronyms Used in the Engineering Menu
CS – Circuit Switched: Identifies the circuit switched domain and the use of circuit switched data.
PS – Packet Switched: In a packet switched network, data May be Transferred by dividing it into small blocks or pieces known as packets. EACH packet contains information in its header to allow it to be routed by packet switches across the network. This is a more efficient means of transferring data.
PDP – Packet Data Protocol: A packet transfer protocol GPRS Used in wireless networks
MCC – Mobile Country Code: A three-digit number Uniquely identifying a given country
MNC – Mobile Network Code: The Mobile Network Code is Either a two-or three-digit number Used to Uniquely identify a given network From Within a specified country
LAC – Location Area Code: Uniquely identifies a LA (Location Area) Within a PLMN (Public Land Mobile Network). May It ranges from 0 to 65.535
RAC – Routing Area Code: Area Code Routing is a fixed length of 1 octet and identifies a routing area Within a location area. The RAC is part of the RAI (Routing Area Identity)
MSC – Mobile Switching Center: A telecommunication switch or exchange Within a cellular network architecture the which is capable of interworking with location databases
SGSN – Serving GPRS Support Node: keeps track of the location of an individual MS (Mobile Station) and performs security functions and access control. The SGSN Also exists in a UMTS network, WHERE it connects to the RNC (Radio Network Controller) over the Iu-PS interfaces
DTM – Dual Transfer Mode: supporting simultaneous voice and packet data in a GSM network
ARFCN – Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number: Within the Spectrum Allocated for cellular mobile communications, the radio channels are IDENTIFIED BY ARFCN. If the system is operating in FDD (Frequency Division Duplex) mode then the channel number is associated with both the uplink and downlink radio channels.Within the GSM900 spectrum ARFCN 1 to 124 acres Used. In GSM1800, 512 to 885 acres ARFCN Used and in GSM1900 ARFCN Used 512 to 810 acres
PCH – Paging Channel: This is the downlink transport channel in UMTS That carries the PCCH (Paging Control Channel). It is Used to broadcast paging and notification messages in a cell
TBF – Temporary Block Flow: Used by a physical connection the two RR (Radio Resource) entities to support the unidirectional transfer of LLC (Logical Link Control) PDU (Protocol Data Unit) on packet data physical channels. A TBF is temporary and is maintained only for the duration of the data transfer, ie Until there are no more RLC (Radio Link Control) / MAC (Medium Access Control) blocks to be transmitted
NMO – Network Mode of Operation: Frequency Division Duplex (FDD) and Time Division Duplex (TDD)
NCO – Numerically Controlled Oscillator: An electronic system for synthesizing a range of frequencies from a fixed timebase
RAT – Radio Access Technology: This indicates the type of radio technology to access the CN (Core Network)
GERAN – GSM EDGE Radio Access Network: a type of RAT
UTRAN – UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network: a type of RAT
RSSI – Signal Strength Indication Recieved (in dBm)
C1 – A cell selection algorithm employed in GSM and GPRS: The algorithm uses the power received from cells, plus additional parameters in order to assess the cell That earnest Provide the best radio connection for the MS (Mobile Station).
C2 – A GSM cell reselection algorithm: Once the MS (Mobile Station) has camped onto a cell it will of continue to assess the Surrounding cells to Ensure it is monitoring the cell That will of the offer “the best radio connection. As the user moves the cell camped on May changed from unsuitable. This situation will of generating a cell reselection
CellID – The cell ID number on a network
BSIC – Base Station Identity Code: This is a GSM code in the which is broadcast on the SCH (Synchronization Channel) in order to identify the NCC (Network Colour Code) and the BCC (Base Station Colour Code)
NOTE: Use It At Your Own Risk!
the script does not belong and the results of my work,
I just simply sharing.
usefulness and risks of changes in eScreen I also do not quite understand (aka Trial & Error still stage) and hopefully with the existence of this thread can help each other what the advantages and disadvantages.