radiooptions command is returning an error
Any attempt to use the 'radiooptions' command in terminal returns an error on Replicant 6.
For instance, every so often when coming out of airplane mode my radio will not turn back on. I would normally do a 'radiooptions 0' and the problem would remedy itself. But since I can't use this command I have to actually restart my phone which is a waste of 5 minutes.
Updated by Wolfgang Wiedmeyer over 4 years ago
- Category set to Telephony and mobile data
- Assignee set to Wolfgang Wiedmeyer
radiooptions has the following help text:
Usage: radiooptions [option] [extra_socket_args] 0 - RADIO_RESET, 1 - RADIO_OFF, 2 - UNSOL_NETWORK_STATE_CHANGE, 3 - QXDM_ENABLE, 4 - QXDM_DISABLE, 5 - RADIO_ON, 6 apn- SETUP_PDP apn, 7 - DEACTIVE_PDP, 8 number - DIAL_CALL number, 9 - ANSWER_CALL, 10 - END_CALL The argument before the last one must be SIM slot 0 - SIM1, 1 - SIM2, 2 - SIM3, 3 - SIM4, The last argument must be modem-socket style 0 - one modem for one debug-socket, 1 - one modem for multiple debug socket
So if you want to send a
RADIO_RESET, you will need to run
radiooptions 0 0 0 as root. Does that work for you?
Updated by Thomas Kitchin over 4 years ago
Yes. The syntax is different apparently in Android 6. I saw the help output and found it unclear: the most I had tried was 'radiooptions 0 0', and met with failure. Thank you.
Now to figure out if the radio is resetting on a successful command entry and still not fixing the intermittent problem I'm having or what the hell.