About IMEISV request on libreference-ril

by Daniel Baeyens » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 00:36:02 GMT


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 Hi,

I'm playing a bit with libreference-ril and I have found that IMEISV
is requested. AFAIK, IMEISV is just the normal IMEI plus two digits
from 00 to 98 which show the current software version. My question
is... software version of what? Should it be android version? or
firmware version of the GSM module? or the library one?

Does it matters? or can I choose randomly a pair of numbers?

Thanks and kind regards,
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About IMEISV request on libreference-ril

by Mikkel Christensen » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 05:32:20 GMT


 Hi,

It is the SW version of the modem module... check the AT command spec
for the modem for an AT command. I cannot remember if there is a
command defined in 3GPP 27.007, take a look.

Best regards,
 Mikkel



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About IMEISV request on libreference-ril

by Daniel Baeyens » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 18:28:05 GMT


 


Hi Mikkel,


As far as I've seen, there is no standard command to request the
IMEISV, but I have found the correct one for the module I'm using for
testing.


Thanks and kind regards,





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