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Old 12-05-2015, 09:54 PM   #1
cme0848
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Qmicli Documentation?


I'm using qmicli (written by Aleksander Morgado https://aleksander.es).

I'm receiving the following error:

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error: couldn't start network: QMI protocol error (14): 'CallFailed'
call end reason (1018): gsm-wcdma-option-unsubscribed
Is there any documentation for this lib that explains what this means? The MAN only provides commands. And a seemingly similar library (https://developer.gnome.org/libqmi-glib/stable/) doesn't mention this error at all.


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Craig
 
Old 12-07-2015, 03:16 AM   #2
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I'm using qmicli (written by Aleksander Morgado).
Hi! I wonder why you decided to ask this question here... For anyone else who might see this message, please use the libqmi-devel mailing list instead for all qmicli/libqmi related questions, as that is where the developers are.

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I'm receiving the following error:

Code:
error: couldn't start network: QMI protocol error (14): 'CallFailed'
call end reason (1018): gsm-wcdma-option-unsubscribed
This usually means that the SIM card you're using isn't prepared to connect using the APN you selected. i.e. it could be an APN mismatch or that you're trying to use features not supported by your plan (e.g. trying to use LTE with a non-LTE capable plan), or actually, that your plan is expired. Too generic, yes, but that is what the modem tells us.

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Is there any documentation for this lib that explains what this means? The MAN only provides commands. And a seemingly similar library doesn't mention this error at all.
The library is based on Qualcomm's QMI standard. You can register in Qualcomm's Developer Network website to get the docs explaining what all the messages mean. The libqmi documentation is auto-generated from the internal message database we keep; i.e. only useful to know how the API looks like, not to know what each message does (that would be explained in the QMI standard docs).
 
Old 12-07-2015, 03:20 AM   #3
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Hi! I wonder why you decided to ask this question here... For anyone else who might see this message, please use the libqmi-devel mailing list instead for all qmicli/libqmi related questions, as that is where the developers are.
BTW; I only knew that this question was here in this forum because a close person got a message in LinkedIn saying that I was on the news... WTF LinkedIn, WTF.

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