PBEAR
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Re: Telematics SIM Card

Mon Sep 19, 2011 10:11 am

Counterintuitive, wow that's an understatement, but thanks for the tip and I was able to the find the phone number and the rest of the ID's. Next I'm going to try an app that allows you to locate any cell device on any network - we'll see.

DaveinOlyWA
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Re: Telematics SIM Card

Mon Sep 19, 2011 11:08 am

That is definitely something I would not publish on a public forum
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Re: Telematics SIM Card

Thu Sep 22, 2011 3:04 pm

Anyone has tried to figure out a way (hack) to run an app so that could make outbound API calls? that would make so many cool applications. e.g. make calls every 5 minutes to send your location, or get stock quotes every few minutes without reloading the menu.

3ricj
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Re: Telematics SIM Card

Tue Mar 27, 2012 11:41 pm

I pulled the sim in my 2012 leaf only to discover that it now requires a sim PIN code to use it. Can anyone else confirm that their sim did or did not require a PIN?

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Re: Telematics SIM Card

Wed Mar 28, 2012 8:41 am

My early 2011 didn't
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Re: Telematics SIM Card

Wed Mar 28, 2012 12:49 pm

DaveinOlyWA wrote:That is definitely something I would not publish on a public forum

No problem ... The NSA already has the info.

Move along citizen, etc.
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Re: Telematics SIM Card

Sat Mar 31, 2012 3:45 pm

turbo2ltr wrote:I thought I already solved this problem. There is no phone number associated with the sim. The company that issues the sim is very integrated with the GSM network and the system doesn't work the way we expect it to because it doesn't have to.

As I already posted in the third post 882-35 is the international network number for Jasper Systems, inc, which happens to partner with AT&T and (assumingly) is the company providing the network access.

It does sound like the number is the MSISDN, which probably means there isn't "phone number" attached to it as they access it directly by the MSISDN at the BSC/MSC level...something our mobile phones are not expecting (they expect a phone number).
This is a great thread, and as the Leaf is proliferating internationally, it will be interesting to see if a SIM card that would work in Canada or Germany could be identified. Interestingly, Japer Wireless partners with both AT&T and with Rogers, which happen to be the networks Nissan is using for CarWings communications in the US and in Canada. It will be interesting to see if the Leaf will be using either BASE or e-plus in Germany.

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Re: Telematics SIM Card

Sat Mar 31, 2012 6:51 pm

Has anybody tried to put a different sim in the TCU. I live in Canada and am looking at buying a used 2011 Leaf in the US, the only real problem I can't find a solution to is getting Canadian Carwings to work on a US TCU. Nissan says they are "hardwired" to the country, and don't sell just the sim card. A Canadian TCU is $1950 a little pricey to be able to talk to the car.

If anybody has any great ideas on how to solve this challenge let me know.

COLAN
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Re: Telematics SIM Card

Mon Oct 08, 2012 1:05 pm

:?: I do have a similar problem to solve> I moved my US Nissan Leaf to Europe and now the GPS maps and the Carwings is no longer working.
From what I was reading so far, I would say that changing the SIM will not solve the problem. In addition I may need the European Telematics module - does anyone know if such a module is available for a reasonable prize? From the Nissan dealer I know that I could change the whole Navigation system but that's several thousand bucks.... Any other ideas on how to solve this would be highly appreciated

Thanks

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Re: Telematics SIM Card

Mon Oct 08, 2012 2:33 pm

guessing you need to load European Map software
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