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Posted by: devnullius
« on: 24. January 2014., 14:37:39 »

(cleaning up open tabs)

(I did not get the shell script to run - I gave up ;p)

FROM: https://opensource.srlabs.de/projects/mobile-network-assessment-tools/wiki/Xgoldscanner

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Xgoldscanner
This script collects 2G and 3G traces using Samsung Android phones.
The trace log files can be analyzed with Tobias Engel's xgoldmon tool, which heavily inspired the development of xgoldscanner.

Requirements
Samsung Galaxy S2 / S3 phone
Micro-USB cable
Linux computer

Download
Live System https://opensource.srlabs.de/projects/mobile-network-assessment-tools/wiki/GSMmap-live

Disclaimer
The tests include an active part. First, your phone will place outgoing calls to a dedicated number. This number will always be busy and never answer in order to rule out voice charges as best as we can.

Second, your phone will send SMS short messages via an invalid SMS-C to an invalid number.

During our tests (in Europe) we have not encounter any network that would charge for these transactions. However, we can not rule out that you may be charged in specific settings.

To control for involuntary charges, we strongly advise the use of a dedicated pre-paid SIM card for these tests.

Instructions
Download https://opensource.srlabs.de/attachments/download/78/xgoldscanner.zip
unpack:
unzip xgoldscanner.zip
run:
sudo ./xgoldscanner.sh -n [telephone number, e.g. +491234567]

Optional parameters:
-g conduct GPRS test
-d display debug messages
-o offline mode [skip log upload for manual submission]
-3 conduct 3G tests only [skip 2G tests]
-y assume "yes" to questions and confirmation dialogues [for automated testing]
-i <n> repeat each test <n> times (default is 5)
Advanced usage
Use Tobias Engel's xgoldmon tool to analyze the trace log files: https://github.com/2b-as/xgoldmon

Mailing list
A public mailing list for discussions is found here .

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