At last, a little transparency
Head to the bottom is you need just the list.
If you are on AT&T, use Android and don’t have a Carrier IQ disabled custom rom, you could easily find out if you are infected by using this. It seems though that now you won’t have to. Senator Al Franken send a letter to Carrier IQ, AT&T, Sprint, Motorola, & others asking a few very explicit questions.
AT&T wrote a very detailed response to these questions. You can find that letter here, courtesy of Al Franken’s website. In the letter, a detailed list of infected phones is given. The list contains a mix of Android and Blackberry devices. From the letter:
1. On what devices does your company use or install CIQ software?
2. As of what date has your company used or installed this software on these devices?
The CIQ software is integrated and active on eleven AT&T wireless consumer devices: Pantech Pursuit II, Pantech Breeze 3, Pantech P5000 (Link2), Pantech Pocket, Sierra
Wireless Shockwave, LG Thrill, ZTE Avail, ZTE Z331, SEMC Xperia Play, Motorola Atrix 2, and Motorola Bravo. It also is embedded on the HTC Vivid, LG Nitro and Sarnsung
Skyrocket devices, but has not been activated due to the potential for the software agent to interfere with the performance of those devices.
The first AT&T device to be integrated with CIQ software was the Motorola Bravo in March of2011.
CIQ software is also packaged with AT&T’s Mark the Spot (MTS) application, which is offered without charge from the Android Market and RIM Apps World storefronts. The RIM version ofMTS was packaged with CIQ in February 2011, with the Android version following in March 2011. AT&T first released the MTS application – without CIQ software – for iPhone in December 2009. We later made the application available in both the Android and RIM marketplaces. The rapid adoption ofMTS by iPhone customers, and by RIM and Android customers when made available for those devices, provided AT&T with new insights into the network problems experienced by customers while using their devices and new abilities to address those problems in a direct and effective manner. It also informed us that, not only did customers want us to improve their network experience, they also recognized the value of using information gathered from their devices for that purpose.
It was AT&T’s positive experience with MTS that ultimately lead to AT&T’s decision to enhance its network reporting capabilities by packaging CIQ software with MTS and
integrating it into the devices we offer to customers.
Please note, although the letter mentions claims that only eleven devices are infected (purposely), the list a a little but longer.
All RIM Blackberrys with Mark The Spot installed.
Pantech Pursuit II
Pantech Breeze 3
Pantech P5000 (Link2)
Sierra Wireless Shockwave
SEMC Xperia Play
Motorola Atrix 2