after upgrade mako, does not see cell network

Bug #1341356 reported by Steve Langasek on 2014-07-13
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urfkill (Ubuntu)
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Steve Langasek

Bug Description

I have an N4 (mako) which, as of the beginning of the month, was able to connect to the cell network with no problems. After a recent update, it seems to no longer be able to see the network.

I'm on the devel channel (not devel-proposed), and currently on build number 119. The problem seemed to begin prior to build 113 - I applied both 113 and 119 yesterday to try to fix the problem. (I don't use the phone very often as a phone, so it's hard to pin down exactly when the problem started; I noticed the problem only because I saw that I had a voicemail, which I was then unable to dial out to retrieve.)

root@ubuntu-phablet:~# system-image-cli -i
current build number: 119
device name: mako
channel: devel
alias: ubuntu-touch/utopic
last update: 2014-07-12 17:41:48
version version: 119
version ubuntu: 20140708.1
version device: 20140708
root@ubuntu-phablet:~# /usr/share/ofono/scripts/list-modems
[ /ril_0 ]
    Type = hardware
    Manufacturer = Fake Manufacturer
    Revision = M9615A-CEFWMAZM-2.0.1700.98
    Serial = 355136059193121
    Emergency = 0
    Features = sim
    Model = Fake Modem Model
    Online = 0
    Lockdown = 0
    Powered = 1
    Interfaces = org.ofono.SimManager
    [ org.ofono.SimManager ]
        Present = 0

root@ubuntu-phablet:~# /usr/share/urfkill/scripts/enumerate
/org/freedesktop/URfkill/devices/100
Printing props for unspecialized device: /org/freedesktop/URfkill/devices/100
Printing props for Ofono device: /org/freedesktop/URfkill/devices/100
name: Fake Manufacturer Fake Modem Model
soft: 1
platform: 0
type: 5
index: 100
urftype: org.freedesktop.URfkill.Device.Ofono
/org/freedesktop/URfkill/devices/0
Printing props for unspecialized device: /org/freedesktop/URfkill/devices/0
Printing props for Kernel device: /org/freedesktop/URfkill/devices/0
name: phy0
soft: 0
hard: 0
platform: 1
type: 1
index: 0
urftype: org.freedesktop.URfkill.Device.Kernel
/org/freedesktop/URfkill/devices/1
Printing props for unspecialized device: /org/freedesktop/URfkill/devices/1
Printing props for Kernel device: /org/freedesktop/URfkill/devices/1
name: hci0
soft: 1
hard: 0
platform: 0
type: 2
index: 1
urftype: org.freedesktop.URfkill.Device.Kernel
root@ubuntu-phablet:~#

I know there has been some recent work around flight mode on the phone, and some bugs as a result - but I was under the impression that the fixes for this had all landed in the devel channel by now.

I've manually invoked '/usr/share/urfkill/scripts/flight-mode', and that seems to suffice to bring the phone online; but it's not good that the phone was in an inconsistent state and I couldn't figure out how to enable the modem except from the commandline. (Note that the phone wasn't truly in "flight mode" anyway, since it was still connected to wifi.)

Tony Espy (awe) on 2014-07-16
affects: ofono (Ubuntu) → urfkill (Ubuntu)
Changed in urfkill (Ubuntu):
status: New → Incomplete
Tony Espy (awe) wrote :

@Steve

Pretty sure you're still hitting bug #1321627... That said, I'll answer a few of your points, and get your opinion on whether we can consider this a DUP.

First, we did land fixes for the above bug last Friday ( 20140711 ) and the resulting urfkill package ( 0.6.0~20140708.110711.a0581f3-0ubuntu2 ) landed in image #u127. Also, it looks like we finally managed to land an image today ( #133 ).

Also re: the flight-mode script. Running it with no args should just output the current state of flight-mode. It can be passed 1 or 0 to enable/disable flight-mode.

Finally, unfortunately fixing this without a full flash might require you to update urfkill. Stop it, clean up the bad state file... and restart urfkill ( or reboot ).

Changed in urfkill (Ubuntu):
assignee: nobody → Steve Langasek (vorlon)
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