Dnia poniedziaƂek, 28 maja 2007, Werner Almesberger napisaƂ:

> Now you can enter AT commands. E.g.,
>
> ATE1

AT+CMEE=2

this will give extended error messages

> AT+CFUN=1

here you can get:
+CME ERROR: SIM PIN required message

> AT+CPIN="1234"

If PIN was needed then AT+CFUN=1 will be needed here too.

> AT+COPS
> ATD123456789;

> Notes:
> - it's "normal" for CFUN=1 to produce an error
> - COPS often hangs, but returns OK when a character is sent
> - the semicolon at the end of ATD... is needed to make a voice call

My SE k750i handle both but give notice about type of call.

http://blog.haerwu.biz/2007/05/29/how-to-check-does-gsm-modem-works/

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  I don't know what your problem is, but I'll bet it's hard to pronounce.



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