The following is the sequence:
ATZOKATV0E0;S12=25;&P0ATV0E0;S12=25;&P00AT+GMMDE910-DUAL0AT+CMEE=2;V1;+GMR15.00.021OKAT#NITZ?#NITZ: “16/07/13,15:19:48”OKAT#NITZ=?OKAT#NITZ=1,1+CME ERROR: operation not supportedAT#NITZ=2,1+CME ERROR: operation not supportedAT#NITZ=4,1+CME ERROR: operation not supportedAT#NITZ=8,1+CME ERROR: operation not supportedAT+CCLK?+CCLK:”80/01/06,00:00:04+00″OK
Time does not report correctly, why is it the year 80?
The initial release of firmware (15.00.021) for the Verizon DE910-DUAL had the +CCLK and #NITZ command follow the behavior of an older legacy CDMA module. With the firmware release of 15.00.024 the behavior of +CCLK and #NITZ was aligned with other xE910 family modules (i.e. HE910) behavior. I would recommend that you use the latest release of firmware, 15.00.026, for your development/deployment.
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We have hundreds of modems in stock. Please provide me with information on how to get the time zone. I can get the time through nitz.
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