Detecting 1024 on qtmoko (and others)

Al Johnson openmoko at
Fri Apr 23 19:19:30 CEST 2010

On Friday 23 April 2010, Peter Mogensen wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm about to wake up from having spend the last year being 100%
> dependent on a always working phone, so the FR have been on the shelf.
> Now, I'm trying to figure out if I should have the phone #1024 fixed.
> Initial tests on SHR using the script from the Wiki
> and trying the AT-command sequence from seems to show
> no signs of the bug.
> However, when I tried with QtMoko and changed the deep sleep modem conf
> Active=never to Active=always, the PIN dialog never came up and QtMoko
> just showed a "No network" message.
> So do anyone have pointers to fool-proof 1024 bug detection on QtMoko
> and SHR?
> It seems what I've done until now points in 2 different directions.

The QtMoko behaviour seems more like a bug than a manifestation of #1024. 
Since you don't get as far as entering the PIN it won't try to register. will show if you suffer from the bug at the time tested, 
but it is temperature dependent so test it when the phone is warm. 

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