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I'm not sure what the issue is, I've done both the HackerBox way and jasper_fracture's way, and I can't get it to send an SMS. Every AT comes back as OK and it has good reception and connectivity and all that happy blah blah blah.The power is hooked up externally from my PC, not through the USB port. In the Serial Monitor I get an error after inputting /032 from the jasper tutorial, but I get the SMS Sent! from the HackerBox one. I'm lost, frustrated, annoyed. Yes, I'm putting my personal cell number in the code...
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Same thing happened to me. I just put it in wrong.
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I like that, I think that's what I'll do so I don't have to try to desolder anything that way
I hated the chenglish "manual install" but this little clock looks great on the desk next to my computer and even matches the blue power light on my PC case. The dimmer function, well, doesn't. I tried covering it completely and get get no results, and I screwed the pooch and soldered the thermistor too close to the board and cut the ends before I realized it needed to fit though the hole in the top of the case. Oh well, I'm an American, I don't understand that Celsius stuff anyway. I do like the 24hr clock, I'm retired Army and I like my clocks on 24hr time, it's easier for me.Thank you to slackmasterstan for the user instructions written in understandable English, the hourly chime was driving my wife nuts, and I admit it was kind of weird.
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