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    Question at+cscs question..

    My mobile phone accepts the at+cscs command in the format without quotation marks: at+cscs=GSM and NOT at+cscs="GSM" (i get ERROR), but phonecontrol seems to add by default quotation marks! How can I fix this?

    Many thanks, paperinics.

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    There is no fix for that yet.
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    Ok, thanks for your answer. A simple solution would be to send the command same as writed in the config xml file, so, for instance I can write GSM or "GSM".

    Bye, paperinics.

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    Right... or because GSM is the default character set you can leave this one out
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    But... even if I leave the command out from the xml configuration file, I see in the log: COM: >AT+CSCS="8859-1";+CRC=1;+CLIP=1;+CNMI=2,1
    So it seems to send this by default!

    Another question What does phonectrl expect to receive to display an incoming call? I see the RING alert in the log, the phone is receiving the call, but anything happens on phonectrl... Does it expects the extended ring notification? (with phone number, etc...)

    Thanks again, Mauro.

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    You're right, it's default to 8859-1... but in this case the phone will ignore the setting and you'll still have the GSM character set.

    To display (announce) the caller, PhoCo needs the CLIP information.
    You may send me the logfile so I can take a look into and see what's wrong.
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    Ok! just solved

    All AT commands for clip and so on are sent at the same time with the cscs command... so if the phone answer error for at+cscs="8859-1" it will ignore also other commands in the same string!

    I writed all commands in the init string and now all is ok

    Thanks!

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    Makes me curious... what phone is this?
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    It's a Telit G83 phone... http://www.telit.net

    It has almost the same data on board protocol of the GSM module of the same company http://www.gm862.com (you can download complete specs. in .pdf)

    paperinics

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    Nice to see that Telit "beefed up" their models since my last visit.

    I'll take care of this special behaviour in the coming release.
    Tell me how the rest of PhoCo is working on those phones.
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