Help on using pysim to flash a SIM card

Tomcsanyi, Domonkos domi at tomcsanyi.net
Thu Dec 3 10:34:56 UTC 2020


Hi,

You don’t need a new SIM card necessarily for 5G, so it should be fine.
The issue you have seems to be because of missing/incorrect PIN or ADM key imho.

Cheers,
Domi



> 03.12.2020 dátummal, 0:16 időpontban Chunlin Yang <chliny2016 at gmail.com> írta:
> 
> 
> Thanks Domonkos.
> It does not give me helpful info.
> only code relevant to my issue is as below:
> <image.png>
> 
> but my issue is as below:
> 
> Programming ...
> 
> Card programming failed with an execption:
> ---------------------8<---------------------
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "./pySim-prog.py", line 719, in <module>
>     rc = process_card(opts, first, card_handler)
>   File "./pySim-prog.py", line 671, in process_card
>     card.program(cp)
>   File "/home/support/pysim/pySim/cards.py", line 713, in program
>     self._scc.verify_chv(0x0A, h2b(p['pin_adm']))
>   File "/home/support/pysim/pySim/commands.py", line 206, in verify_chv
>     return self._tp.send_apdu_checksw(self.cla_byte + '2000' + ('%02X' % chv_no) + '08' + fc)
>   File "/home/support/pysim/pySim/transport/__init__.py", line 104, in send_apdu_checksw
>     raise RuntimeError("SW match failed! Expected %s and got %s." % (sw.lower(), rv[1]))
> RuntimeError: SW match failed! Expected 9000 and got 63c8.
> 
> I'm flashing this SIM card for a 5G project at https://github.com/free5gc/free5gc
> 
> Does this SIM card SW supports 5G?
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> Br,
> Chunlin
> 
>> On Tue, Dec 1, 2020 at 2:30 AM Tomcsányi, Domonkos <domi at tomcsanyi.net> wrote:
>> Hi Andrew,
>> 
>> Have a look at this list for example for APDU response codes to
>> understand better what is going on.
>> https://www.eftlab.com/knowledge-base/complete-list-of-apdu-responses/
>> 
>> Kind regards,
>> Domi
>> 
>> On Tue, Dec 1, 2020 at 10:24 AM Chunlin Yang <chliny2016 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >
>> > Hi Vadim and all,
>> >
>> > pyProg.py fails with an error, could you help (btw, I change all real info to xxx :)):
>> >
>> > support at S2600WFT:~/pysim$ python ./pySim-prog.py -p 0 -x 208 -y 93 -t sysmoUSIM-SJS1 -i 208930000000003 --op=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx -k xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx -s xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx -a xxxxxxxx
>> > Using PC/SC reader interface
>> > Ready for Programming: Insert card now (or CTRL-C to cancel)
>> > Generated card parameters :
>> >  > Name     : Magic
>> >  > SMSP     : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >  > ICCID    : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >  > MCC/MNC  : 208/93
>> >  > IMSI     : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >  > Ki       : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >  > OPC      : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >  > ACC      : None
>> >  > ADM1(hex): xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> > Programming ...
>> >
>> > Card programming failed with an execption:
>> > ---------------------8<---------------------
>> > Traceback (most recent call last):
>> >   File "./pySim-prog.py", line 719, in <module>
>> >     rc = process_card(opts, first, card_handler)
>> >   File "./pySim-prog.py", line 671, in process_card
>> >     card.program(cp)
>> >   File "/home/support/pysim/pySim/cards.py", line 713, in program
>> >     self._scc.verify_chv(0x0A, h2b(p['pin_adm']))
>> >   File "/home/support/pysim/pySim/commands.py", line 206, in verify_chv
>> >     return self._tp.send_apdu_checksw(self.cla_byte + '2000' + ('%02X' % chv_no) + '08' + fc)
>> >   File "/home/support/pysim/pySim/transport/__init__.py", line 104, in send_apdu_checksw
>> >     raise RuntimeError("SW match failed! Expected %s and got %s." % (sw.lower(), rv[1]))
>> > RuntimeError: SW match failed! Expected 9000 and got 63c9.
>> > ---------------------8<---------------------
>> >
>> > Programming failed: Remove card from reader
>> >
>> > Thanks.
>> > Br,
>> > Andrew
>> >
>> > On Tue, Dec 1, 2020 at 1:07 AM Chunlin Yang <chliny2016 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> Thanks a lot Vadim!
>> >> I have thought it might be an issue between python3 and python2. So I have tried on both versions.
>> >> on Python3, I got same error.
>> >> But now with this command  'python ./pySim-read.py -p0', it works. I used to use this command './pySim-read.py -p0' and it gave me the same error.
>> >>
>> >> But although 'python ./pySim-read.py -p0' works (reads out the content of the SIM, it gives me an error/prompt at the end:
>> >> Traceback (most recent call last):
>> >>   File "./pySim-read.py", line 255, in <module>
>> >>     (res, sw) = card.read_ehplmn()
>> >> AttributeError: 'OpenCellsSim' object has no attribute 'read_ehplmn'
>> >>
>> >> maybe I can just ignore this prompt as I don't need ehplmn.
>> >>
>> >> Br,
>> >> Andrew
>> >>
>> >> On Tue, Dec 1, 2020 at 12:45 AM Vadim Yanitskiy <vyanitskiy at sysmocom.de> wrote:
>> >>>
>> >>> On 12/1/20 2:17 AM, Chunlin Yang wrote:
>> >>> > ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'smartcard'
>> >>> >
>> >>> > BTW, I have manually imported smartcard in python, and it's successful.
>> >>>
>> >>> I guess you have two Python versions (2.7 and 3.x), so it could be that
>> >>> you've installed smartcard for 3.x and in works in the shell.
>> >>> Unfortunately, pySim has not been completely migrated to 3.x yet, so it
>> >>> starts under 2.7 by default.  You can try to run it under 3.x:
>> >>>
>> >>>    python3 ./pySim-read.py -p0
>> >>>
>> >>> or install the 'smartcard' module for Python 2.7.
>> >>>
>> >>> Best regards,
>> >>> Vadim.
>> >>>
>> >>> --
>> >>> - Vadim Yanitskiy <vyanitskiy at sysmocom.de>    http://www.sysmocom.de/
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