Unable to access AT^SFSA | Thales IoT Developer Community
January 2, 2015 - 1:08pm, 11508 views
+CME ERROR: Unknown
+CME ERROR: 100
After heavy scripting, for some stupid reason, i have removed the JRC-1.50.9.jad (Java Remote Control MIDlet Suite)
Can this action cause this? Does this has to been running in the background
Is there a way to optain new copy of JRC? or i have to buy new module.
I have same problem
I did not remove JRC.
And I have another respond:
Do I need reinstall JRC?
I have found solution. It was stupid, but I did not start up the JDC midlet =\
JRC MIDlet should be started automatically if this is set:
If JRC is not started some of the module's functionalities may not work.
I have PXS8. I need to update the software to pxs8_r03.320_a01.000.06.usf
I tryid to use command AT^SFSA=? but recive ERROR
Also as i understand i have no JRC file at all.When i try to send the command with Userware/Autostart setting i recive error.
how can i get acsess to SFSA to put a file there? May be iam doing something wrong?
for Pxx8 modules with HW Rel 3 and FW Rel 3.3 there are several ways to update the FW.
a)Over FOTA. You need the usf file, a HTTP server and follow the steps of the Aplication note 17
b) use the usf file with the module connected to and Linux system. You also need the source code to be compiled in the linux system. this compiled program can be used to update the FW. the linux sources are called glinswup, and can be requested to Gemalto M2M in your region
c) a compiled linux program that contains the usf file. this compiled program can be used to update the FW. the windows program is called gwinswup, and can be requested to Gemalto M2M in your region
d) using your own microprocessor and developing the aplication. A description of the aplication requirement can be also provided by your local Gemalto M2M deparment.
PXS8 has not java virtual machine inside. the FOTA procedure are included in the FW and described in Aplication Note 17
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