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Date:   Sat, 9 May 2020 21:36:14 +0200
From:   Pavel Machek <>
To:     Tony Lindgren <>
Cc:     kernel list <>,,,,,,
Subject: Re: ofono for d4: less hcked and more working version was Re: USB
 networking news, ofono for d4: less hacked version

On Sat 2020-05-09 07:31:11, Tony Lindgren wrote:
> * Pavel Machek <> [200508 10:03]:
> > I pushed new version of ofono: I'm still not sure about those incoming
> > sms (but _some_ sms are received). Rest should be better.
> Please check that you have applied commit 738b150ecefb ("ARM: dts:
> omap4-droid4: Fix occasional lost wakeirq for uart1"), otherwise incoming
> SMS may not always show up, and GPS can stop producing data.

Thanks for support. But problem is not that SMS fails to come. Problem
is that it comes over and over and over again. It takes few minutes.

Now it is 20:40, and I got:

{MessageManager} [/motmdm_1] IncomingMessage Vazeny zakazniku, bylo
Vam vygenerovane nasledujici jednorazove heslo pro pristup do
samoobsluhy: 947xxx ({ LocalSentTime = 2020-05-09T20:38:38+0200,
SentTime = 2020-05-09T20:38:38+0200, Sender = Tescomobile })

I believe that I'll get it again in half an hour or something. Then I
reboot to stock rom, and will receive it for one final time. (Unless
my last hack worked.).

Hmm, hour has passed, and no message. Interesting. Maybe I finally got
it right?

> Hmm for ofono motchat, why not handle the U0000 part directly in motchat
> and use just a timestamp based ID there?

Yes, that's possible future improvement :-). I plan to get it to work,

Best regards,

(cesky, pictures)

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