Windows shows that the device driver for Qualcomm HS-USB Modem 90B2 is up to date but the windows device connect/disconnect sound plays every 3 or 4 seconds constantly when the USB is connected to the boards u-blox module.
I’ve repeated the steps many times. I still have M0.09.00,A.02.11 installed as Easyflash won’t progress beyond the backup.
Yes, I think it was the serial pass through sketch that was causing the usb connect and disconnect. That behavior stopped after I double pressed the reset button and got a blue light. I also installed all windows updates.
I rebooted my PC. My charged battery is connected to the board and I launch Easyflash as Admin. The USB is connected to the correct slot on the board labelled ‘USB Sara Module’. The blue light is on the board. I choose the SARA-R4 product in Easyflash and the USB Port.
It always fails Waiting for Synchronization. I disconnect and restart but it’s the same result.
Have you any other troubleshooting hints?
I am trying to do this firmware update because I can’t connect the board to send a message using NB.
+CSQ: 11,99 ( I get 30,99 when I travel 2km to the mast)
AT+USOCR=17 --> +CME ERROR: No connection to phone
Hi Jan, thanks again for your quick response.
When I ordered my device from Sodaq last year through the vodafone shop I also ordered a VSIM (which was dispatched from the Netherlands) . When The device arrived, I assumed that it would need the VSim ordered from here so that is what I have been using up until your last post.
I now registered and inserted the vsim that arrived from Sodaq, and restarted the device.On the V-Sim app on my phone, when I type in “hello world” it returns “gprs123456” “apn123456 ciot.vodafone.com” …
On the thread: Connecting from Ireland
you said: The correct APN: nb.inetd.gdsp
Using the vsim supplied by sodaq in Ireland, is this the correct apn or should it be ciot.vodafone.com.
I would like to ask vodafone this question but I can’t find anyone in customer service who knows this.
I still have
I cannot attach when I use apn ciot.vodafone.com so I don’t thin that it is correct.
sim cards who are bought from SODAQ should all have the APN for NB-IoT: nb.inetd.gdsp
If you have other simcards then you should contact your supplier.
If you got the sim from us, please send the CCID to info at sodaq dot com so we can create an issue with Vodafone to see why you are connected but don’t get an ip address and are not able to send any data.