it looks like a RIL issue, not especially due to oFono, which is merely
reporting the error.
I don't know if you can enable the log of the modem commands in the RIL
driver, but it looks like nothing is executed.
My opinion is that the oFono-RIL connection works fine, but the RIL-modem
is your modem switched on? Just after the RIL is initialized, I see in the
07-31 05:52:41.748 65 144 I RILR1 : [RIL STATE] (RIL <- MMGR)
Check your android logs for security issues, make sure that RIL is using
the right device , and that the modem works.
If you can connect directly to the modem with a terminal program instead of
the RIL driver, try sending a couple of AT commands, like 'AT',
On Wed, Aug 22, 2018 at 10:54 PM Ilya Bizyaev <bizyaev(a)zoho.com> wrote:
I am currently working on a Halium <https://halium.org>
port to an Intel
Clovertrail+ phone, ASUS ZenFone 5 (A501CG). At the moment most vital
device functions are supported, but it lacks the ability to make calls and
send SMS. I have made some attempts to enable these features with Ofono but
ran into issues.
The device uses the XMM6360 modem and Intrinsyc Rapid-RIL M6.59, so I
attempted to start the Ofono daemon like this:
# OFONO_RIL_DEVICE=ril OFONO_RIL_TRACE=1 ofonod -d -n
But it failed to detect the SIM card with various errors like
Ofono log: https://paste.kde.org/pjpiczknh
RIL log: https://paste.kde.org/pmt7drhforo8
There is almost no publicly available information on the subject, so I
would like to ask your opinion about my project, especially from the
perspective of Ofono. Do you think it is possible to make this modem work
with Ofono? Are there any tricky details or quirks I should know about? Any
experience you can share is highly valuable to me.
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