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Topic # 88574 18-Aug-2011 11:44
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I'm trying to use this stick under other OS's than Windows and have run into a issue with the ZeroCD function. I need to disable the zerocd function in order to see the usb modem but so far have run into issues.

I'm told that running the AT command "AT+ZCDRUN=8" on the com port will do it but the response to this is always "ERROR" when run on the modem com port, the 2nd port listed in device managed and the diag port listed.

Has anyone had any luck with this? Everything I can find about ZTE ZeroCD say this command should do it.


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  Reply # 544229 11-Nov-2011 12:15
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Hi

Did you solve this one?

I have the same modem and problem.

Thanks
 



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  Reply # 544247 11-Nov-2011 13:27
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Nope, Everything I've found says the AT command does the trick but it's never worked




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  Reply # 544452 12-Nov-2011 00:14
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What OS or OS's are you using?

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  Reply # 544460 12-Nov-2011 01:29
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Hi

I am using Windows 7 and Putty as the terminal client to access the modem.  The modem does appear on 2 or 3 com ports all at the same time.  But the command above gives "error" on all of them.

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  Reply # 545429 15-Nov-2011 01:37
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Hi again

I guess this could be done from Linux too?  
I have very little knowledge of Linux, but will give it a try if someone could give me some basic instructions?

Thanks
 

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  Reply # 550433 26-Nov-2011 21:51
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I have one of these devices too and am trying to integrate them in with a few embedded linux boards I have, I will be looking into this a bit further to see how we might do this.

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  Reply # 550539 27-Nov-2011 11:05
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Hi

If I can help at all just let me know.

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