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by Justinus » Thu, 25 Feb 2010 14:46:27 GMT


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1. neighbor cell information yields odd results with 3G

I have an app that collects neighbor cell information (CID and RSSI).
It works fine in 2G.  When switching to 3G, the getCid() and getRssi()
throw a NumberFormatException

List<NeighboringCellInfo>  neighCell = null;
neighCell = telManager.getNeighboringCellInfo();
for (i = 0; i < numNeigh; i++) {
        try {
                NeighboringCellInfo thisCell = neighCell.get(i);
                int thisNeighCID = thisCell.getCid();
                int thisNeighRSSI = thisCell.getRssi();

        } catch (NumberFormatException e) {
                e.printStackTrace();
                NeighboringCellInfo thisCell = neighCell.get(i);
                cellIdOutput = String.format("%s", neighCell.toString
());
}

Using toString() (as above in last line of the catch) generates the
following string...

[[6c at 0], [74 at 0]]

This NeighboringCellInfo list identifies it's size as 2, which looks
right from the string output.

Does this string contain 3G cell ID such as scrambling code (in hex)?
Anyone know how to decode it?

Thanks in advance for the help.

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It's about fricken time.  T-Mobile, if you are reading, WTF?  You
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competition!

Now let's hope app sales go up or at least increase a bit.







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