The package (DO-5) includes
a software CD, SIM Card Reader and a rewritable blank SIM
|Globally innovative GSM
phone number copy technology from Taiwan that enables 6 GSM sim card
numbers to copy into one card. Any of the preset SIM card numbers can be
set as the default when powering on, and can be shifted online (in STK
menu) ; while the original card is able to be used with the original
Original and copied cards can standby at the same time.
- Supports up to 6 numbers to be
stored in a single SIM card.
- Fast number switching,
normally takes less than 30 seconds (phone dependence)
- Dual speed (9600/19200bps) USB
SIM reader/writer, allow scanning old SIM card which can't be
scanned with high speed.
- Allow to edit SIM card name
for easy identification of which SIM is being used
- Allow to show either SIM name,
operator name or SIM + operator name on the phone. (phone
- Super large phone book
capacity with 250 contacts and 50 SMS
- Supports English, Tradition
and Simplified Chinese user interface
- Manage SMS and contacts in PC
with "SIM Editor"
Download online help
and instruction manuals for:
legislation of some countries forbids creation and/or use of clones
GSM Sim- card (read laws !)
All backUp function support A3A8 COMP128V1 SIM Card only
SIM Card Back-UP device doesn't support newest SIM Card that uses
COMP128V2 algorithm to code KI key.
GSM SIM Cards are Scan-Limited. It has limited running scan times.
If the scan is over the limit, the SIM Card will be locked and will
not work any more. So don't scan the same SIM excessively if not
Hints to distinguish
between V1 and V2 sim cards:
SIM cards issued before
JUNE 2002 most likely are COMP128v1 SIM cards
Phone book capacity more
than 250 entries most likely are COMP128v2 SIM cards
The assumptions made
above based on my testing results with SIM cards available here in
Hong Kong, it might not applicable on all SIM cards in different
When two or more SIM
cards with same number (original and cloned) are in used:
Both phones can dial out
but NOT at the same time
Only the latest dialed
out or powered on phone can receives calls, the other
phone will not ring.
If one phone is
officially turned off (e.g. by switch off the power button), the
other phone can't receives calls even though it's still power on,
the other phone
must make a call in order to make it can receives calls again.