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First we are in the same shoe of fixing prim.c and I can assure you that if you find anyone that respond you must be lucky. Secondly, you jumped the gun by making call when you very well know that MS has not camped on any cell. There is no point in going ahead, just relax take your time and open the damn code as only solution proffer for a case as yours and mine. Just to give a nudge, find more information about gsm servcie in your location, get a registered sim that work with 900Mhz. If you are lucky that the band function in your area, then set sim parameter too 900 band only and make use of stick option AFRCN. I believe by that OBB should work for you. However, if you are so unlucky as I am with PCS band only working in my area, then you will have to roll up your sleeve, google GSM 03.22 TS and read through it. That will give you an idea of IDLE MODE state work. After that, bury yourself in OBB code and open file gsm322.c where the IDLE MODE is implemented. Doing this I assumed that you are already familiar with basic GSM technology. Thus, you can troubleshoot what might be the issue and find solution to it. That is my best recipes for you now cause I am as well still battling with the actual issue you are having. If thing works out for you please let me know. Best of luck. Sincerely, Rasak -- View this message in context: http://baseband-devel.722152.n3.nabble.com/Osmocom-bb-Making-a-call-tp3997264p4002984.html Sent from the baseband-devel mailing list archive at Nabble.com.