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Passwords are not saved on the phone. Sign ins on Android use a token system. You may possibly dump the memory with qpst and look for password with a hex editor, given you have access to diag mode and all drivers setup properly.
Probably the easiest way to turn off the Hex Dump mode would be to reset all printer settings. There should be a reset menu that will allow you to reset the printer to factory defaults. After which it should recognize the new ram and print normally.
You can try resetting any vehicle error codes (DTCs) with a code scanner. Depending on which instrument panel (IPC) you have, you may be able to put your IPC in diagnostic mode and reset any DTCs from there. Simultaneously hold the top of the Info button and the On/Off buttons for several seconds to go to diagnostic mode; then use these buttons to navigate the options showing on the IPC. Before resetting the DTCs, make sure you record the DTCs - you can look them up on the internet. If resetting doesn't solve your problem, the IPC is probably toast.
A hex dump is a list of hexadecimal numbers (base 16 numbers) of probably the contents of the memory. This Hex dump is generated when the computer comes across a computer problem and can help Microsoft determine the cause and fix if this is sent to Microsoft.
This feature allows experienced users to see exactly what data is coming to the printer. This can be useful in finding software problems. When you turn on the hex dump function, the printer prints all commands and other data in hexadecimal format, along with a guide section to help you find specific commands. To use the hex dump feature, follow these steps: 1. After you make sure the printer is off, open the cover. 2. Hold down the FEED button while you turn on the printer. 3. Close the cover. 4. Run any software program that sends data to the printer. The printer prints “Hexadecimal Dump” and then all the codes it receives in a two-column format. The first column contains the hexadecimal codes and the second column gives the ASCII characters that correspond to the codes. Hexadecimal Dump 1B 21 00 1B 26 02 40 40 . ! . . & . @ @ 1B 25 01 1B 63 34 00 1B . % . . c4 . . 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 ABCDEFGH ❏ A period (.) is printed for each code that has no ASCII equivalent. ❏ During the hex dump all commands except DLE EOT and DLE ENQ are disabled. 5. Open the cover to set the printer off line, so that it will print the last line. 6. Close the cover and turn off the printer or reset it to turn off the hex dump mode.
PLEASE CHECK THE LINK TO GET THE ESC CODES:
Turn printer off. PRESS & HOLD PAUSE & FEED buttons after power goes out. While holding turn printer ON, count to 3 & let go. once printer does its checks press the MODE button 4 times to SAVE. the bottom 3 lights will flash 1 time. This should reset the entire printer including calibration, communications & everything to be like it just came out of the box.
Hex dump mode is mostly used for trouble shooting of the printer. To exit the hex dump mode, enter the Diagnostics menu / Hex
Dump Mode and select ‘Disable’. Exit the menu, save changes and
return to the ‘READY’ mode.