Down the rabbit hole (uncovering the modem blackbox)
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(10-13-2020, 11:56 AM)LinAdmin2 Wrote:
(10-13-2020, 07:43 AM)SwordfishII Wrote:
(10-13-2020, 05:20 AM)LinAdmin2 Wrote:
(10-12-2020, 08:42 PM)SwordfishII Wrote: I do hope quectel doesn't rectify the test key usage locking us out. I'm hoping the Pine production/community is too small for them to bother
The actions of Quectel will _not_ depend on the size of the Pine production/community. Blush

I have you on ignore. Don't respond to me. I suggest you ignore me as well.
That kind of 'ignoring' me seems not to have been successful. Dodgy
Do as you like, but please stop making me silly suggestions.

I still get notifications when you respond you idiot, and yes you are an idiot.

1. You didn't bother to read about the product you bought.
2. Can't use a search
3. You can't compile stuff with clear instructions
4. You think a nightly is a stable release
5. You think size of market has no effect on developer effort.
6. You attempt to bully people

I won't be bullied or taunted, and a more appropriate username is fakelinuxadmin.

Go ahead with your sad little threats when confronted with the truth. I'm done ignoring it and just taking it. Little children like you need to be spanked and the mods have yet to do so despite much evidence.
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@LinAdmin2 @SwordfishII I recommend both of you leave each other alone. If you want to ignore each other, actually ignore each other. Don't derail this thread.

But talking about this thread.... this is some great work to see! Quectel may not like it, but my job here isn't to make them happy. Wink
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(Translation: If something breaks on the website, forum, or chat network, I'm a good person to yell at about it)

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I honestly don't think Quectel can block this, at least in this model.

Quectel's main customer types are OEMs and integrators, and they need to be able to do modifications to their software. To do that, they need the platform at least to be partially open.

Other companies seem to do the same, albeit some of them in a more transparent way, like Sierra Wireless. So I'm really not worried about them closing this loophole since they would be breaking all their production line and messing with the rest of this customers....
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