The FCC ID A1AA111A is a placeholder FCC ID used on some Google products, including the Google Pixel 3XL. It is not a valid FCC ID and does not even include a valid grantee code (the first 3/5 characters of the FCC ID signifying the manufacturer).
If you need to use your mobile phone in Colombia, you may be looking for the FCC ID certification for homologation. Try these methods to find it.
- Dial *#07# to bring up the device information.
- Calling this number will not charge you anything or use any minutes
- Check your device settings. You may be able to find the FCC ID under the Legal & Regulatory information on your device
- Settings > About > Legal Information > Regulatory
- Search your device model in Google using the keyword site:fccid.io
- include your model number
Get the TCB Certification Form from the FCC ID
Once you locate the FCC ID for your device, you will need the TCB authorization file. Obtain the TCB authorization by searching your FCC ID using the FCC Homologation Search Tool.
The TCB certification for homologation can be located by clicking the “Grant” icon for the 800 MHz row. The “Lower Frequency In MHz” and “Upper Frequency In MHz” must be between 800 and 900 MHz for the grant to be valid in Colombia. Example:
Why is FCC ID certification needed? The CRC requires devices to be certified. Uncertified devices may be texted and disable from using the network.
“Tu celular no ha sido homologado ante la CRC y podria ser bloqueado”
To learn more about the requirements of the CRC and FCC ID certification, please see this video.
Hunter Fan Co produces the following device labeled with FCC ID IN2TX28 & IN2TX23. As of 20 June 2017, there is no FCC ID registration associated with FCC ID IN2TX28 or IN2TX23.
Presumably, this device operates at 350 MHz, as most Hunter Fan equipment utilizes that frequency.
Another strange Apple device has received FCC Approval, Model Number A1846.
This seems to be a second iteration of the A1844 Device.
Reddit users have hypothesized this device is an Apple Pay Device based on its implementation of RS-485.
This Asus WL700gE / WL-700gE is a “Multifunctional Broadrange Wireless Router” with a 160 or 250 GB hard drive installed. It comes labeled with FCC ID MSQWL700GE, however, no FCC registration exists for the device. MSQ is the proper business grantee registration for Asus, and the latter part of the FCC ID (WL700GE) matches the model of the device. Additionally, there don’t seem to be any FCC registrations by Asus around the time of the router release (February 2006) that could match the device (ruling out a typo in registration).
Although the device has been registered in Korea with the labeled FCC registration number, reasons why the device may be unregistered with the FCC remain unclear. Both Asus and the FCC have been contacted for further information.
Response from the FCC:
|FCC response on 10/13/2016|
The FCC ID is unauthorized. Please see the following link.
Response from Asus:
Trclab is still looking into the filing of this applicationn…
Asus Product Page https://www.asus.com/us/Networking/WL700gE/
Sony has received FCC Approval for a wireless controller, FCC ID AK8CUHZCT2.
Samsung has received FCC Approval for FCC ID A3LEOSG710, a Bluetooth enabled speaker.
Model Number EO-SG710
IC ID 649E-EOSG710
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