Echo issue on OM2008.08 solved
bip_trash at gmx.net
Tue Oct 7 20:16:15 CEST 2008
Al Johnson wrote:
> Unless there's a delay involved I can't see any harm in sending
> AT%N0187 at the start of every call.
Do you have any idea how to achieve this without rebuilding the
I thought about a little daemon that listens on the serial GSM interface
and sends this command to the GSM chip as soon as it detects an
I've installed gsm0710muxd and listened with "cu" on the new virtual GSM
Unfortunately only incoming calls are recognized (RING RING RING).
Outgoing calls seem not to be detectable with just listening on the
serial gsm interface.
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