Hello mailing list,
I want to use the Simtrace for my master thesis on enhancing privacy in mobile networks.
For this purpose I recently bought 2 Simtraces. However I have a few questions:
Which firmware is on newly shipped Simtraces? The "buggy" v0.5 or the community enhanced version?
Also I wanted to flash new firmware to the device (both from simlabtrace (https://github.com/kamwar/simlabTrace/wiki), as well as newly compiled firmware from git repository (git://git.osmocom.org/openpcd.git). I wasn't able to try the community fix since the url(http://lists.osmocom.org/pipermail/simtrace/attachments/20140624/a17d10… is down.
The flashing process itself freezes after checking the connection state of the device. Even though the device is listed as idle the process does not continue. Any idea why? I'm working on a fresh and updated Kali Linux. If it's the OS do you have any suggestion for using another?
If the support/development of the Simtrace is at an end can you recommend similar devices?
I can't get my simtrace into SAMBA (I don't have lights at all except when
the TEST pins get short).
I tried to hold the RESET button while booting - didn't work.
I'm a hardware noob so...
My question is - Where is the PA0 or the PA1?
Thanks in advance!
I have simtrace working with a debian VM.
It works consistently with 2G cards, but stop working with 3G let cards. Seems to boot and then stops.
Has this been fixed?
I read about reducing the buffer in the firmware, but this is a challenge creating a bin file as arm-elf is no longer supported and creating a cross compiling toolchain with modern compiler is posing problems.
Do you have a bin firmware file with a reduced buffer that works with sim lte cards?