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AOSP 7.1.1 - SIM-card not detected on Z3 Compact Tablet

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AOSP 7.1.1 - SIM-card not detected on Z3 Compact Tablet

Everything else seems to work OK, but SIM is not detected& Tablet status reports unknown baseband version.

I have built 7.1.1 twice with a week and did repo update. Same problem occurred each time.


In the log there are many errors like this:

02-03 05:52:10.264 3362 3362 F libc : CANNOT LINK EXECUTABLE "/system/vendor/bin/netmgrd": library "" not found
02-03 05:52:10.264 3362 3362 F libc : Fatal signal 6 (SIGABRT), code -6 in tid 3362 (netmgrd)


There are a couple of other recent messages here referring to sim detection problem on 7.1.1.  Could that netmgrd-error be the cause of this and what to do?

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Re: AOSP 7.1.1 - SIM-card not detected on Z3 Compact Tablet

I managed to fix this " not found" - error by modifying  vendor/qcom/opensource/dataservices/


    #ifeq ($(PRODUCT_PLATFORM_SOD),true)
    ifneq ($(filter yukon rhine shinano kanuti kitakami loire tone yoshino,$(PRODUCT_PLATFORM)),)


which is same as previous github version.


But baseband version is still unknown and sim not detected.



Developer World
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Re: AOSP 7.1.1 - SIM-card not detected on Z3 Compact Tablet


you have to:

- extract the contents of /etc/firmware from your device (flashed with a Sony SW)

- flash the device with your build

- copy the firmware onto your device (adb root && adb push etc/firmware/* /system/etc/firmware)

- reboot and enjoy