GSM network registration

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|  Location    ||  Network Provider  ||  Device  ||  firmware  ||  IMEI  ||  GSM log
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|  Location    ||  Network Provider  ||  Device  ||  firmware  ||  IMEI ||   Status ||  GSM log
 
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|  Taipei, Taiwan    ||  TW mobile    ||   GTA02 ||  HW: GTA02BV5, GSM: gsm_ac_gp_fd_pu_em_cph_ds_vc_cal35_ri_36_amd8_ts0-Moko6  ||  NO  ||  GSM log
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|  Taipei, Taiwan    ||  TW mobile    ||   GTA02BV5 ||  Moko6  ||  NO  ||  Normal, can register to the network immediately||  no
 
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|  Nice, France    ||  Orange    ||  GTA01  ||  HW: GTA01Bv4, GSM: gsm_ac_gp_fd_pu_em_cph_ds_vc_cal35_ri_36_amd8_ts0-Moko4"'em_cph_ds_vc_cal35_ri_36_amd8_ts0-Moko4  ||  YES  ||   [http://bugzilla.openmoko.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla/attachment.cgi?id=554&action=view log]
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|  Nice, France    ||  Orange    ||  GTA01Bv4 ||  Moko4  ||  YES  || Registers immediately and stays registered for ~10 minutes before the
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re-registering loop starts once per minute.||    [http://bugzilla.openmoko.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla/attachment.cgi?id=554&action=view log]
 
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Revision as of 14:33, 17 March 2008

We'd like to know the real network registration status by our NEO devices in the world. Please provide some information about your NEO status! The question list as below:

1. What NEO device you are using? GTA01 or GTA02

2. Where is your location and what is your network provider? eg. T-Mobile, San Francisco in USA

3. When you boot the NEO, how long it takes to register the network? eg. in normal case, it should be able to register to a network in 1~2 minutes immediately.

4. What is your GSM firmware version? you can get this number by an AT command. Using SSH to your NEO, then type this command:

root@fic-gta02:~# libgsmd-tool -m atcmd

AT+CGMR
STR=`AT+CGMR'
RSTR=`+CGMR: "HW: GTA02BV5, GSM: gsm_ac_gp_fd_pu_em_cph_ds_vc_cal35_ri_36_amd8_ts0-Moko6"'

5. What is your IMEI code? by this AT command like previous steps.

AT+CGSN
STR=`AT+CGSN' 
RSTR=`+CGSN: 000000000000000'

6. if NEO takes over 3 minutes to register to the network or it just re-register to the network again and again. Please attach your gsm log file ('/tmp/gsm.log') to our bugzilla, we already created a bug for this issue.

How to use SSH How to use libgsmd-tool


Location Network Provider Device firmware IMEI Status GSM log
Taipei, Taiwan TW mobile GTA02BV5 Moko6 NO Normal, can register to the network immediately no
Nice, France Orange GTA01Bv4 Moko4 YES Registers immediately and stays registered for ~10 minutes before the

re-registering loop starts once per minute.|| log

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We'd like to know the real network registration status by our NEO devices in the world. Please provide some information about your NEO status! The question list as below:

1. What NEO device you are using? GTA01 or GTA02

2. Where is your location and what is your network provider? eg. T-Mobile, San Francisco in USA

3. When you boot the NEO, how long it takes to register the network? eg. in normal case, it should be able to register to a network in 1~2 minutes immediately.

4. What is your GSM firmware version? you can get this number by an AT command. Using SSH to your NEO, then type this command:

root@fic-gta02:~# libgsmd-tool -m atcmd

AT+CGMR
STR=`AT+CGMR'
RSTR=`+CGMR: "HW: GTA02BV5, GSM: gsm_ac_gp_fd_pu_em_cph_ds_vc_cal35_ri_36_amd8_ts0-Moko6"'

5. What is your IMEI code? by this AT command like previous steps.

AT+CGSN
STR=`AT+CGSN' 
RSTR=`+CGSN: 000000000000000'

6. if NEO takes over 3 minutes to register to the network or it just re-register to the network again and again. Please attach your gsm log file ('/tmp/gsm.log') to our bugzilla, we already created a bug for this issue.

How to use SSH How to use libgsmd-tool


Location Network Provider Device firmware IMEI Status GSM log
Taipei, Taiwan TW mobile GTA02BV5 Moko6 NO Normal, can register to the network immediately no
Nice, France Orange GTA01Bv4 Moko4 YES Registers immediately and stays registered for ~10 minutes before the

re-registering loop starts once per minute.|| log