[sorry for the last mails where I got your last name mixed up...]
On 08/10/2017 07:03 AM, Eswaran Vinothkumar (BEG/PJ-IOT-EL) wrote:
> Could you send me the exact modem description you are using? So that we can write quirk?
> I am using TELIT 910 EUG Modem.
Okay, maybe that is already enough. I saw that in drivers/telit.c there
is already some code to handle variants of the modem. The matching is
done on these strings.
Are there any vid/pid available fot his modem?
This patch reads and writes the call forwarding unconditional status
from and to the SIM depending on the SIM file availability.
New property needs to be added due to the fact that number won't be
available from the cphs-cff file.
Incase of SIM, EFcphs-cff file holds call forwarding status and it
is represented as a flag. In case of USIM(EFcfis), we have the status
flag and also number.So, adding new property for status and using the
existing VoiceUnconditional with number will work for both SIM and USIM cases.
Other option is to have 2 properties, "VoiceUnconditional" and "Number".
"VoiceUnconditional" will have the status of the call forwarding( "enabled",
"disabled") whereas the "Number" property will have the call forwared number.
offline-online state transitions results in caching the call forwaring status
every time. To avoid this, call forwarding atom is moved to the post sim and
its moved also due to the fact that call forwarding status doesn't change in
Jeevaka Badrappan (7):
call-forwarding: Read/Write cfis/cphs-cff
ifx: Move call forwarding to post sim
isigen: Move call forwarding to post sim
plugins/n900: Move call forwarding to post sim
phonesim: Move call forwarding to post sim
doc: Add new property to call forwarding
TODO: Marking the Read/Write EFcfis task as done
TODO | 9 --
doc/call-forwarding-api.txt | 5 +
doc/features.txt | 5 +
plugins/ifx.c | 2 +-
plugins/isigen.c | 2 +-
plugins/n900.c | 2 +-
plugins/phonesim.c | 3 +-
src/call-forwarding.c | 242 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-
8 files changed, 256 insertions(+), 14 deletions(-)
From: Philippe De Swert <philippe.deswert(a)digitalistgroup.com>
Lately we have been trying to get a u-blox SARA-R410 and R412 to work with ofono.
We inspired ourselves on the existing u-blox driver and ran into some weird
issues (mostly issues with roaming sims). So it would be nice to get some feedback
on what we might have done wrong. We did have issues with ATD99
and would be very interested in knowing what we missed or did wrong there as we
needed to force it. We also found a small bug related to ppp and disconnects.
Philippe De Swert (7):
ublox-serial: add new plugin for u-blox
Makefile.am : include new u-blox serial modem driver
gprs-context : Force use of atd99
common: Add new NB-IoT technologies
Tommi Rekosuo (1):
gprs.h: Add ofono_gprs_get_netreg function
gprs.c: Add ofono_gprs_get_netreg function
atmodem/gprs.c: Add CEREG support
Fix gprs_netreg_update behaviour if PPP connection active
Makefile.am | 4 +
drivers/atmodem/gprs-context.c | 5 +-
drivers/atmodem/gprs.c | 60 ++++-
include/gprs.h | 1 +
plugins/ublox-serial.c | 393 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
plugins/udevng.c | 1 +
src/common.c | 4 +
src/common.h | 2 +
src/gprs.c | 29 ++-
9 files changed, 493 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)
create mode 100644 plugins/ublox-serial.c
What ofono client are you using for development.. and for real usage
on a cellphone?
There are scripts in test/ which are suitable for early development,
but not really for real use or 'does everything work?' testing.
Anyway, I created some.
RFone -- https://gitlab.com/tui/tui/tree/master/rfone -- command line
tool written in Rust, by default monitors interesting events
(incomming call, sms, signal changes, registration changes), and has
command-line options for making/answering calls and sending sms. I'm
starting gtk support.
Unicsy Demo -- https://github.com/pavelmachek/unicsy_demo -- gtk phone
application meant for a phone, written in Python so a bit slow on
Nokia N900. But it has integrated phonebook, log of sms messages, is
fully graphical so possible to control from touchscreen, and actually
plays melody on incoming call. [Few GPL compatible melodies would
be good.] Quite basic, but should be useable.
Is there any other software I should look at?
(cesky, pictures) http://atrey.karlin.mff.cuni.cz/~pavel/picture/horses/blog.html
I am new to ofono, we used to use modemmanager for 3G/4G modem in a
tiny embedded Linux device, I tried to search Internet for the
differences between ofono and modemmanager, but I could not find any.
What is the appealing reason I can justify to use ofnono over
modemmanager? Is it because connman?