> > > > Do you have a tool to use and a script?
> > > 
> > > Yes I used the shell script I posted earlier, but forgot it also
> > > needs the ldattach done.
> > > 
> > > Anyways, last night and today I wrote a quick test utility called
> > > droid4-ngsm that initializes things and I can use to do some
> > > experiments to get the ts27010 channel proxying to W3GLTE also
> > > going:
> > > 
> > > http://github.com/tmlind/droid4-ngsm/
> > 
> > Ok, now i'm confused. It wants to bind to ttyS0, but modem is on
> > ttyUSB4 AFAICT? Or is the modem connected to serial port, too? (Do I
> > need to enable some more drivers for that?)
> > 
> > I do have ttyS0, but I don't think there's anything attached there. Or
> > is ttyS0 for the LTE modem?
> The ttyS0 is connected to mdm6600, and ttyUSB4 seems to be
> some buggy subset of ttyS0 n_gsm dlci1. You need need at least
> the following commits in current mainline kernel:
> 984c7706ff18 ("ARM: dts: omap4-droid4: Configure uart1 pins")
> e5b9fd7bdeb5 ("ARM: dts: omap4-droid4: Configure MDM6600 USB PHY")
> And then you need PHY_MAPPHONE_MDM6600 and CONFIG_N_GSM enabled.

Ok, I should have all that enabled. But droid4-ngsm still fails:

user@devuan:/my/droid4-ngsm$ sudo ./droid4-ngsm
Starting ngsm..
Testing ngsm..
Could not open /dev/gsmtty1: Level 2 halted
Trying to start ngsm again: Level 2 halted
Starting ngsm..

commit 984c7706ff180e33096c57183435d925cb644576 says:

    ARM: dts: omap4-droid4: Configure uart1 pins

    These are needed to use the n_gsm driver for TS 27.010 UART
        multiplexing. Note that support for the OOB wake gpio is still
            missing so the UART is not yet usable for n_gsm.

...am I still missing the OOB wake gpio support?

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