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can i change the password without # for example "opensms"  ?
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i used my no. as the admin and the default# password,,, i will upload the codes
this is my first time in arduino smiley

have you tried using 0906... instead of 63906...?
try it out first. sometimes our local networks use the "63" area code.

try out the basic codes first. take it step by step first.
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can i change the password without # for example "opensms"  ?

yes. as long as you also check and edit the strcmp function in the checkSMS. you might have the incorrect password. try this code first so you see what's the function of each part of the code. see the attached file.

another off-topic question: are you a computer engineering student?


* Matrix_Sample.rar (2.16 KB - downloaded 40 times.)
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Code:

//-------------------GSM VARIABLES-----------------------

boolean MSG_RCVD    = false;            // no message recieved as initial value
const char regnum[] = "09055585518";   // admin number
const char passRx[] = "default#";       // holds password, must be 8 char only! and ends with #
char smsdata[160];                      // sms only accept 160 characters
char numberRx[20];                      // holds sender number
char *inbox[5];
int message_no;                            // message counter
int loop_count = 1;
int inbox_no = -1;
unsigned int d;


nothings change no msg are displaying  smiley-confuse
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nothings change no msg are displaying  smiley-confuse

have you tried the sample code i uploaded? try that out first before anything else. there might be problems with the GSM Shield. also make sure that the SIM has enough prepaid balance when you try out the code i gave.
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sir help, deadline is on next week
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Hi maskinao,
Where can I find your latest code, I tried searching for it, but to no avail, please

Please ignore, after I registered, I found your latest code attached to one of the posts, thank you!
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sir maskinao how to add more than one admin no.?
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I will make the program turn led to the arduino and send sms using sim900 version 1.1, to display in serial monitor sms but can not?? or there is a sample program that can program my device?? beg pencerahaannya because I have to wear this shield gsm
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maskinao
Terrific project.

On your October 21, 2012 post you provided a link to Youtube for version #2, and said you posted the final code.

Where did you post the final code?

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