Re: network registration from NEO! please help!

2008-03-17 Thread joerg
Is this a simcard-issue or a basestation related problem? Will bad cards show same behaviour when roaming to a different provider's network; will good cards start to oscillate when roaming to this exact cell where the T-mobile cards go nuts? Or has there to be both, bad T-Mobile card PLUS bad

Re: network registration from NEO! please help!

2008-03-17 Thread joerg
RF-emission interference? Sure you already tested GTA02 with external GSM-antenna. And checked if other cellphone normally working with a bad card starts to fail when GTA02 is near. jOERG ___ OpenMoko community mailing list

Re: network registration from NEO! please help!

2008-03-17 Thread Erin Yueh
Hi List, I've created a new page for this issue in Openmoko Wiki. Welcome to contribute your network status with all community. BTW, we'd like to just confirm your IMEI code whether it has one or all zero, so please just write Yes or No in table. Thanks a lot! :)

Re: network registration from NEO! please help!

2008-03-17 Thread Kyle Bassett
In addition, I would recommend testing the specific SIM cards, as some people have purchased a SIM just for the GTA01/02. Add a column in the wiki for (Verified, Unknown SIM card functionality status)? -Kyle On Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 9:53 AM, Erin Yueh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi List, I've

Re: network registration from NEO! please help!

2008-03-17 Thread Michael Shiloh
Erin, Thanks for kicking this off. So far, I'm the only one experiencing this problem. I'd like to find out if there is some invisible Faraday cage that moves with me, or if it a larger problem. In general, cross-posting is not useful. After this email, let's restrict this discussion to the

Re: network registration from NEO! please help!

2008-03-16 Thread Wolfgang Spraul
cool. Should we create a wiki page to collect the results? Wolfgang On Mar 17, 2008, at 12:43 PM, Erin Yueh wrote: Hi List, We'd like to ask your kindly helps on network registration by using your NEO devices. Particularly, the network from T-Mobile in UK, ATT in USA, and Vodafone in