Chancing SIM card without reboot
billk at iinet.net.au
Sat Sep 6 07:07:38 CEST 2008
Dont think so - "changing sim cards", not running two parallel systems.
There are already systems that do this I think - saw a discussion on
one of the OM lists a couple of months ago. Just needs some smart
design and the will-power to do it.
On Fri, 2008-09-05 at 21:31 +0300, Michele Renda wrote:
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> To get it you must to have double GSM hardware, double standbay power
> consume, and so a higher cost!
> Dotan Cohen wrote:
> > Would it be reasonable for future Openmoko phones to accept multiple
> > SIM cards? I don't know if three is pushing it, but two certainly
> > sounds reasonable. The expectation would be that the user could
> > receive calls from both lines at the same time. When making calls,
> > SMSing, or browsing 3G one could either specify which network to use
> > or have a default set. Individual contacts could even have an override
> > option to the default to always use a particular network.
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