Osmocom-bb Making a call

rola roladunjoye at gmail.com
Tue May 29 16:31:06 UTC 2012


Hi all:

thanks for the responds and I appreciate all your support.

@Josh:
I actually started with C155 that is SIM locked by tracphone.
I believe you had the same issueas you've mentioned. My main concern
is not really with the phone but with the PCS1900band because the 850 band
that works for many is not functioning in my area. If there is anyway round
to 
make PCS1900 works please let me know.
Presently, to circumvent the SIM lock issue of C155 I opted for Pirelli.
By the way if you have a clue how to break the bond of tracphone on C155
please do not hesitate to let me know. I know someone in the mailing list
was able to overwrite the firmware to support any SIM.
Thanks.

@Harald Welte-3
Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to make a response. This
is what I should let you know, this project is something I see in the
category of Linux. I believe with time it will be the most essential tool
for all
telecommunications students in the world. So I strongly thanks every single
programmers that participated in this work for making this possible.
I hope I could do a bit but not all of us are as sound as you guys.
My technical competence is nothing compare to your
recommendation, but I truly appreciate the response.
Thanks so much.

@ Luca
I've been on Pirelli with the same issue for a while. I made some posts
related
to these a long time ago. I eventual switched to C139 which I thought would
work but ended up having similar problem. But recently, I realized that the
issue
might be peculiar to PCS1900 band.  Right now, I am sticking with Pirelli to
see
if by chance thing will work out. I've made my observation known to Sylvain
as
a response to my unfix bug post. I hope something can be done.

Thanks to all and I sincerely appreciate all your response.

From,

Rasak

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