Pandora Tool is a tiny application for Windows OS (32 bit and 64 bit) that can be used to adjust the RF (Radio Frequency) parameters of any mobile device. The tool supports two modes like Calibration Mode and Normal Mode. If you want to manage the RF parameters on your handset then you should download this tool with all the latest versions 2020.
While it offers a DUT (device under test) interface that offers chipset type, mode options, port type, auto read common information of the phone, etc. Additionally, the tool provides complete details of the connected device like baseband chip, IMEI1 number, IMEI2 number, SN1 & SN2 address, Bluetooth address, Wi-Fi address, etc. Now, let’s take a quick look at some of the useful features of this tool below.
Pandora Tool Features
Here we’ve provided a couple of highlighted features that all the users should know.
1. Portable Tool
This is a portable tool and doesn’t come with an installer pack. That means you don’t need to install this tool on your PC. Just download and extract the zip file and double-click on the executable file to launch the utility tool.
2. Supports Multiple Modes
It supports multiple modes like Normal mode and Calibration mode. In the Normal mode, simply power on your device > connect it to the PC using a USB data cable > start using the tool. In the Calibration mode, connect your device to the PC > disconnect V-BUS and power on the device to start testing.
3. DUT Interface
DUT stands for Device Under Test that offers several options like chipset type, mode options, port type, auto read connected device information, connect option, and more.
4. Other Features
The tool allows users to connect their device to the PC and they can easily check some of the device details like Bluetooth Address, Wi-Fi Address, Baseband Chip, IMEI1 & IMEI2 number, SN1 & SN2 Address, etc.
Download Pandora Tool (Latest Version – 2020)
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