AT&T sim card not working, Tmobile does

Adam Talbot talbotx at
Tue Aug 5 07:17:29 CEST 2008

I can second that.  The 74321O 4022 works, most of the time.  None of
the other 74321X card work.  I played dumb and went to the AT&T store.
I printed out the ATT OpenMoko Wiki page and highlighted the card I
needed.  I gave it to the tech and stated "that was the card a friend
told me to get."


On Mon, 2008-08-04 at 22:03 -0400, Sumod Menon wrote:
> Hey,
> I had the same problem. I too had the same card, I tried everything
> possible to fix the 3022 card. But it doesnt work. 
> Soln
> Get the 74231 O 4022 simcard
> I have tried three 4022 and all seems to work.
> 1) Go to ebay and buy the 74231 O 4022 simcard.
> Dont forget to backup the fone numbers on the sim. The guy is pretty
> decent and ships pretty fast.
> 2) Go to AT&T store and tell them you got a new device. Ask them to
> give you a 4022 card. [ Better way would be to act dumb, try different
> cards till you get a 4022, it seems like AT&T likes dumb customers
> than the geeks]. 
> Regards
> Sumod
> On Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 9:01 PM, Paul Buede <paul at> wrote:
>         Ok, so I am still searching for the right carrier, but thats
>         another
>         story.  In the meantime I thought I could add to some
>         discussion here:
>         With a brand new AT&T sim, I get:
>         root at om-gta02:~# libgsmd-tool -m shell
>         libgsm-tool - (C) 2006-2007 by Harald Welte and OpenMoko, Inc.
>         This program is Free Software and has ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY
>         L
>         # # List operators
>         EVENT: Netreg registration denied
>         cme error: 32
>         EVENT: Signal Quality: 15
>         With my brand new Tmobile sim, it works.
>         The numbers on the AT&T sim are:71234G 3022
>         This card is mentioned here:
>         and here:
>         But there is not an apparent solution.  Anybody able to
>         suggest
>         anything?  Is there any info I can get off my phone to help
>         people fix
>         this?  I tried seating the SIM a couple times but no luck for
>         me.
>         I have determined that AT&T seems to have better coverage
>         around here
>         (where it matters most to me), slightly, but again this a
>         different
>         email.  If this card is never going to work, does anyone have
>         an AT&T
>         card that does work?  Anyone know how I can get a working one
>         from
>         AT&T?  If its just a matter of time, I can be patient for a
>         little while
>         and use the "free" phone, I just need to know if I should
>         worry.
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