Hello all,

I am using an android device running v. 2.3 which has an OMAP 3630 processor (unknown baseband processor)


I want to be able to issue AT commands to the GPRS /GSM modem using this methodology:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1471241

or

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9042264/sending-at-commands-from-powershell-script-to-android-phone-via-adb

cat /dev/pts/7 &  
echo
-e $1\\r > /dev/pts/7

Here's the output in adb shell:

# ./sendATCommand "at+cops?"
./sendATCommand "at+cops?"
#
+COPS: 0,0,"AT&T",6

OK
/dev/pts/7: invalid length
(need to press ENTER to return control to adb shell)

#

From TI's website I see that the OMAP 3630 communicates to th emodem using either USB.


How can i communicate to the modem through the linux terminal, or possibly access the modem driver?

I have already tried this cat / echo method on al lthe tty devices with no luck.