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SubjectRe: WIP Droid 4 voice calls, GNSS & PM with a TS 27.010 serdev driver

> * Pavel Machek <> [181227 10:17]:
> > Ok, I really need SMS messages, too.
> >
> > Fortunately, they are on /dev/motmdm9, in PDU format. Quite
> > logical. And you probably need to acknowledge them, using PDU,
> > too... (because otherwise you'll just get the same SMS over and over
> > and over). Which is also logical, but hard to do from shell/python.
> Yeah so I found that Ruby pdu_tools module allows decoding PDUs
> properly while I did not have much luck with other tools.
> So I wrote a hasty script to read SMS, copy it to a Maildir and
> then ack it:

I could not get that one to work.

`class_eval': /var/lib/gems/2.3.0/gems/phone-1.2.3/lib/support.rb:47:
`@@{' is not allowed as a class variable name (SyntaxError)
/var/lib/gems/2.3.0/gems/phone-1.2.3/lib/support.rb:47: syntax error,
unexpected end-of-input
unless defined? @@{:default=>true}
from /var/lib/gems/2.3.0/gems/phone-1.2.3/lib/support.rb:47:in `block in cattr_accessor'

And I wanted to ask -- did you figure out how to acknowledge the
SMSs? +CGNNA does not seem to do the job:


> > Fortunately ttyUSB4 still works, so I can still use my old code... and
> > I started logging motmdm1 and 9 to a file as a backup... that should
> > be better than my existing solution. (But I don't get power benefits
> > etc.)
> So what are you using to ack the received SMS over ttyUSB4?
> My logs show that Android uses two different commands for ack.
> Either AT+GCNMA=1 or AT+CNMA=0,0 gets used depending on something
> that I have no idea of.. Maybe the network connected?

I believe I tried both... but for some reason I think you need to
paste back "acknowledge PDU"...?

Best regards,
(cesky, pictures)
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