Tecno Spark 9T KH6 Test Point SOFT4GSM.PK

Tecno Spark 9T KH6 Test Point SOFT4GSM.PK

What is the Software Testpoint?

• This solution, that was firstly presented to the market by our team, works as a hardware testpoint, but no need to disassemble the phone

• Allows to set MTK device to factory mode

• No need to search for the schematics of testpoints

Test Point Tools Edl Mode Huawei/Honor Xiaomi/Vivo/Oppo/Infinix Tool

1. Intro
You’ve found the appropriate tool for your test point. Now, let’s talk about the basics of testing.
A test point is a hardware element that allows you to measure various parameters on a mobile phone. It can be used as a measurement tool for applications, such as WiFi or Bluetooth, or for video playback (e.g., H.264, MPEG-4) or audio playback (e.g., MP3, AAC).
The problem when using test points is that there’s no software in Android that can interact with the hardware element in order to control its operation. On top of that, it’s not easy to know which driver is responsible for what actions if you are not familiar with its technical details and how it works on the device itself. So we decided to make an application called Device Test Point Editor (DTPE).
The app uses Bluetooth technology to connect with a device and detects all the information about it through I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit) communication routines using an interface provided by Bluetooth V5 and present on most Android devices.
Test Point Tools Edl Mode Huawei/Honor Xiaomi Vivo Oppo Tool
2. Testing Dumps
Are you looking for a way to test the mobile phone of your choice? Are you curious about how to achieve better performance in your mobile phone testing? Do you want to understand the hardware and software configuration on your Android or iOS device? Are you interested in learning how to achieve better battery life on your device? Did you know that there are many test points that can be used as a reference point while testing devices?
Well, if this is true and true, then we have just the right article for you.
The following test points can be used as reference points when testing devices:
We are going to use these test points as reference points when we want to turn our mobile phones into a sophisticated laboratory for research purposes and learn more about their internal configuration and performance by running various tests on them with different tools like our Mobile Phone Test Point tool. The tested phones can be used freely while conducting our research work after they have been prepared with the help of our Mobile Phone Test Point tool (included in the Deluxe Edition).
Test Point Tools Edl Mode Huawei/Honor Xiaomi Vivo Oppo Tool
3. Testpoint Pinout Selection Tool
Test point tools are available for all mobile phones including the highest-end smartphones. They can be used to test for performance, connectivity, and other details.
The most popular test point tool is the Oppo Tool. The tool is able to support all devices and operating systems including Android, iOS, Windows 10, and Windows Server (Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1). This device can also measure the test points on a phone’s screen, audio and vibration levels, data transfer speed, and much more.
In this article, I will describe how to use the Oppo Tool with Huawei Honor Xiaomi Vivo mobile phones. I will also show you how to connect your phone to the Oppo Tool using an HDMI cable. The board itself is a small USB Host or USB HID Device that supports up to USB 2.0 type A connectors (up to 480 Mbps). For our demonstration, I am using a Samsung Galaxy S4 which has an HDMI connector (version 1)
This device has been tested with Android 6.0 Marshmallow on the Samsung Galaxy S4. It seems that it should work with any device running Android 4.4 KitKat or higher versions of Android OS such as 7.0 Nougat or higher versions of Android OS such as 8.0 Oreo or higher versions on Xiaomi Mi5, Mi6 etc… but I have not tested it yet with any other Android OS version than KitKat or above… As usual, we recommend you to use a computer running Windows 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP instead of an Android OS-based mobile phone!
Test Point Tools Edl Mode Huawei/Honor Xiaomi Vivo Oppo Tool
4. Phone Model Selection Tool
Mobile phones are a type of “consumer electronics” that has become increasingly popular over the years. Although they aren’t as common as they used to be, they are still in demand.
There is an endless market for mobile phones and many people won’t give up on their beloved devices after purchasing them. For example, the screen on a smartphone can be replaced easily with a screen protector. The reason is that there are many people who buy smartphones because of the high-end features; great camera and superlight performance. But interestingly enough, if you think about it for a second, you realize that most people don’t have enough money to buy these high-end top-class smartphones.
So instead of just buying a brand new phone, why not try out some of these cheap and affordable mobile phone test point tools? This guide will introduce you to some of the test point tools available today in the market.
Test Point Tools Edl Mode Huawei/Honor Xiaomi Vivo Oppo Tool
5. Mobile Phone Test Point
 Test Point Tools Edl Mode
The edl mode feature enables you to set a default test point in your Android phone. It is important to know where the device is testing each time you want to check if there’s a problem. This can be very useful when troubleshooting.
The edl mode test point can also be used by manufacturers to set the test point for their devices. When you use edl mode, select your phone or tablet in the settings > security > test points > edl mode.
6. MediaTek Mobile Phone Test Point
MediaTek is one of the biggest phone manufacturers in the world. It is not hard to find someone who owns or used a MediaTek phone. Many of them are quite happy with what they have and how well it works for them.
However, there are some people who are not as satisfied with their phones for various reasons. Sometimes it is about the performance. Other times it is about comfort. Some feel that their phones are too heavy. Perhaps they want a better screen resolution. Others just want a better camera quality, or perhaps they want something different in terms of design, and their phones don’t meet their expectations.
Having said that, if you have a MediaTek phone and you have trouble using it and you aren’t getting anywhere, here’s how to test your MediaTek phone:
1. Open the Phone Settings app (Settings → Phone → Network → Network Settings)
2. Find the “Testpoint” option and tap on it
3. A menu will appear where you can select between “Edl Mode” or “HW Test Mode”. The default setting should be set to “Edl Mode”. If you want to change that setting later, tap on “Edit” to do so.
4. Then when you select that option, you need to tap on the “+” button at the bottom-right corner of the screen. You will see a pop-up window asking for your choice of mode: Edl Mode (test point) HW Test Mode (handmade) If all goes well, your MediaTek phone will start behaving as if in Edl mode without any problem whatsoever! The reason why this might take time depends on whether your MediaTek phone has an EDL controller chip or not; some devices don’t support EDL controller chips but still work fine through HW test mode due to different hardware configurations (device model number). So what exactly does it do? Well, we’ll explain this in more detail below! To put things into perspective for people who don’t know about EDL controller chips, please visit our post about how EDL controller chips work here:  https://www1.to/EDLcontroller In short: when Huawei decided to produce smartphones with an integrated media transmission system (MTS), they developed EDL controllers which transmit data from the MTS directly from the CPU core instead of from USB host bus adapter (USB HOST) chip
7. Qualcomm Mobile Phone Test Point
Qualcomm test points allow you to identify your mobile phone in a short time. The most important thing for testing is the mobile phone test point – this is the point where the mobile phone connects to the network. The mobile test point should be located in between the mobile phone’s radio and the USB port.
Qualcomm test points are designed to be used in two different modes:
Qualcomm test points can only be used in software modes. In this mode, a Qualcomm application opens and then executes an application on your computer. This mode is also known as “test mode”.
Qualcomm test points can also be used in hardware mode, which is basically a hardware-based software mode with many advantages over software tests.
Qualcomm Test Points Hardware Mode Qualcomm Test Points Hardware Mode 1 Qualcomm Test Points Hardware Mode 2 Qualcomm Test Points Hardware Mode 3 Qualcomm Test Points Hardware Mode 4 Qualcomm Test Points Hardware Mode 5 Qualcomm Test Points Hardware Mode 6  Android OS Kernel version 2.6 or above (Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or above) 2.6 or above (Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or above) 2.6 or above (Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or above) 2.6 or above (Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or above) AOSP Rooted Google Android SDK SDK-2 Android SDK SDK-2 Android SDK SDK-2 3rd party root tools Kernel version: kernel version via ADB backup posted here by user @ XDA member @ Zinku33n, you can also find it here on XDA forums. I will update soon I hope!
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8. 9008 Mode
There are multiple sections to a test point, which will assist you in troubleshooting and diagnosing the fault of your phone.
First, you need to know the most important part of each section:
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9. Qualcomm Q Loader
There are several mobile phone test point (TPC) testing tools available that can help you to collect information on your mobile phone. Having a TPC setup can give you a bit of an edge over other competitors who don’t have the same expertise. For example, if you are considering buying a new smartphone and believe it is worth testing with a TPC, then you may want to consider looking at Qualcomm’s loader tool. Qualcomm’s qloader tool can assist in finding out which phones are using Qualcomm’s LPE (Low Power EDL).
10. Mobile Phone Dead Pointer
The mobile phone dead pointer tool is a very simple tool that allows you to test your mobile phone for dead batteries. The application is pretty easy to install and use. All you need to do is connect your mobile phone to the computer via USB cable.
The test point will then detect the weak points of your mobile phone and display its results in real-time. It’s a very simple tool that allows you to test your mobile phone for dead batteries.

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