On 10/12/12 17:49, Denis Kenzior wrote:
> I also tried the HE910 and had the same problem. In case a PIN is
> required, the following solves the problem:
> In /drivers/atmodem/sim.c, at_qss_notify()
> case 2: /* PIN unlocked */
> has to be changed to
> case 3: /* SIM INSERTED and READY */
> After the PIN was entered, we wait until the modem states that the SIM
> is ready, i.e. #QSS: 3.
> I haven't found a proper way to do this in case there is no PIN
> We should only get to "post sim state" if we received #QSS: 3
The current work around is to signal sim_inserted only when you know
it is ready.
But then we have the problem that we cannot enter a PIN code if there
We will be waiting for '#QSS: 3' (SIM ready), but this will only follow
after '#QSS: 2' (SIM unlocked).
This is less than ideal since oFono can read non-PIN protected files
from the SIM as soon as the SIM is inserted (e.g. ICCID, EFpl, etc).
However, the modem behavior is quite strange in this area.
> Is it really unusual for a modem to deactivate the SIM in flight mode? I
> had a look at some mobile phones and they seem to deactivate the SIM in
> flight mode.
I've not seen one that turns off the SIM. After all, it would be
pretty inconvenient not to read SMS messages or access contacts, or
mess with MSISDN, or any other setting that is on the SIM.
My Samsung Galaxy Note seems to deactivate the SIM in flight mode - at
least the SIM contacts disappear, I have not tried the other things yet
With the HTC One X you have to enter the PIN when you exit the flight mode.
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