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    Right. For anyone that has received their units today (I have just signed for my free one via DHL), wanted to make a thread for a testing ground.



    Am about to play and see what happens.



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    Hm.. Well, just abit stuck. It has an RJ45 connector at the end, and cant see to make it work.

    Will wait to hear from their support guys

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    Yup I am in the same boat as you. Under Nomi/Vodafone UK, without changing the Boost, etc, worked for about 5 minutes on 2G testing.

    Let'st keep each other in the loop.

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    I dont know

    A) if the sim is set to the optimum settings
    B) how to program the sim with the RJ45 cable?!

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    Right. Looks like we need some sort of FTDI interface for the RJ45 connector. Which I dont have.

    Fun


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    Quote Originally Posted by mattmartincouk View Post
    I dont know
    A) if the sim is set to the optimum settings
    B) how to program the sim with the RJ45 cable?!
    Presumably one side goes into your network port of your PC (Mac Bootcamp Windows perhaps), the other side is where you put in not the SIM, but the YESSIM piece of thin chip thingy. The Yessim alone, without your normal SIM.

    Then presumably we run Yessim Client which will update the settings. Which is where I am stuck. Yessim Client is not working, and the YesUP Drivers have no installer...

    Don't use the sim as it is, because for UK networks I think the Yessim factory settings will only work for a short while (with Nomi anyways, perhaps the same for O2/ Orange), then maybe no service.

    Let's get Yessim Client working and programming the Yessim then we'll get to the next stage. That's my recommendation anyway.

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    I'll join in in this party when i get my iPhone 3G back from my tech guy. I'm curious if the Boost Mode will indeed solve the data network not working issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvidia2008 View Post
    Presumably one side goes into your network port of your PC (Mac Bootcamp Windows perhaps), the other side is where you put in not the SIM, but the YESSIM piece of thin chip thingy. The Yessim alone, without your normal SIM.

    Then presumably we run Yessim Client which will update the settings. Which is where I am stuck. Yessim Client is not working, and the YesUP Drivers have no installer...

    Don't use the sim as it is, because for UK networks I think the Yessim factory settings will only work for a short while (with Nomi anyways, perhaps the same for O2/ Orange), then maybe no service.

    Let's get Yessim Client working and programming the Yessim then we'll get to the next stage. That's my recommendation anyway.
    No, it's not for your ethernet port. It's for a FTDI interface as I posted.

    Annoying. would have been much easier with the USB interface.. so will look for a FTDI > USB interface later.

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    Yeah, I would have to say, I am confused.
    Last edited by nvidia2008; 07-31-2008 at 08:55 PM.

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    Hi Steve and Yessim Support, um... I think a USB YesUp is more appropriate for us to test. Appreciate your sending us samples. However, we are facing challenges with the RJ45 connector, USB may be more straight forward. As discussed the Boost mode may be very important. Do get back to us, thanks.


 

 
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