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  • #42975

    abahaba
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    Kernel unable to determine CS-19.
    i.e.: When I plug nokia n73 mobile – udev creates ttyACM0, but when cs-19 is plugged in – nothing happens. Probably due to kernel version ?
    For example if i use modprobe, where I write down vendor as 0x0421 and product as 0x062C (in windows 7 ent. it is 062F) – comgt can’t open device.

    I tried to edit over vi two files (usb_modeswitch.conf and usb_modeswitch.conf.1) in /etc adding there such lines:

    # Nokia CS-19

    ;DefaultVendor= 0x0421
    ;DefaultProduct=0x062c

    ;TargetVendor= 0x0421
    ;TargetProduct= 0x0612

    ;CheckSuccess=20

    ;MessageEndpoint=0x04
    ;MessageContent=”5553424312345678000000000000061b00 0000020000000000000000000000″

    But after reboot no luck. Files were replaced/overwritten.
    What else can I do to make that nokia working ?

    I also found over the web, that it is possible to edit /lib/udev/rules.d/40-usb_modeswitch.rules

    To add such thing:
    # Nokia CS-19
    ATTRS{idVendor}==”0421″, ATTRS{idProduct}==”062c”, RUN+=”usb_modeswitch ‘%b/%k'”

    But in ZS by this way (/lib/udev/rules.d/) no such file.

    The similar I found was /etc/udev/rules.d/50-udev.rules. But probably it was wrong file.

    Respectfully,
    abahaba

    #51731

    abahaba
    Member

    Sucseed,

    Nokia is working – dialing and connecting …

    Thanks to ppalias advises in some forum posts here (for example: http://www.zeroshell.net/eng/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2579)

    all I did can be described in two steps (Of course ZS was installed before):

    1) I wrote in STARTUP/CRON in PRE BOOT:
    usb_modeswitch -v 0421 -p 062c -V 0421 -P 0612 -m 01 -M 5553424312345678000000000000061b000000020000000000000000000000

    A test result was such:

    * usb_modeswitch: tool for controlling “flip flop” mode USB devices
    * Version 0.9.4 (C) Josua Dietze 2008
    * Works with libusb 0.1.12 and probably other versions

    Looking for target devices
    No target device found
    Looking for default devices
    Found default devices (1)
    Prepare switching, accessing latest device
    Looking for active default driver to detach it
    OK, driver found (“usb-storage”)
    OK, Driver “usb-storage” successfully detached
    Setting up communication with device
    Trying to send the message
    OK, message successfully sent.
    -> See /proc/bus/usb/devices (or call lsusb) for changes. Bye

    [Pre Boot]: SUCCESS

    2) I wrote in STARTUP/CRON in POST BOOT:

    comgt -d /udev/ttyACM1

    A test result was such:

    SIM ready
    Waiting for Registration..(120 sec max)
    Registered on Home network: “XXXXXX”,0
    Signal Quality: 14,0

    [Post Boot]: SUCCESS

    Now I’m testing the speed with a such signal quality 😉

    #51732

    abahaba
    Member

    It is better all these scripts place in Post Boot.

    So on startup all will be perfect.

    #51733

    smart
    Member

    @abahaba wrote:

    It is better all these scripts place in Post Boot.

    So on startup all will be perfect.

    Yeah! Its true

    #51734

    monteeman
    Member

    I have bookmarked this and will return soon more about it thank you.

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