Timo Juhani Lindfors timo.lindfors at iki.fi
Wed Dec 17 09:27:12 CET 2008

"Michael 'Mickey' Lauer" <mickey at openmoko.org> writes:
>> Does the GSM module 
>> in the Neo 1973 / Freerunner support getting such information?
> Yes, however see above.

Interesting. How can it be obtained? How can I check if my operator
supports it?

I grepped fso-frameworkd source code and found decodePDUTime() but it
seems to be only called from some SMS handling stuff. I also found

c.append( '+CTZU=1' ) # timezone update

but could not figure out if there is any code that parses the result
or what the result looks like.

>>> gsmdebug.DebugCommand("AT+CCLK?\r\n")
['+CCLK: "0/1/1,0:23:25"', 'OK']

prints some date but that seems to be reset every time I power down
GSM chip. I thought I'd test how accurate the clock is but I can't
seem to be able to set the date:

>>> gsmdebug.DebugCommand("AT+CCLK=08/12/17,10:23:57+02\r\n")
['+CME ERROR: 3']
>>> gsmdebug.DebugCommand("AT+CCLK=08/12/17,10:23:57\r\n")
['+CME ERROR: 3']
>>> gsmdebug.DebugCommand("AT+CCLK=108/12/17,10:23:57\r\n")
['+CME ERROR: 3']

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