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What's working with Mobian

3D Acceleration glx 1.4 / OpenGL 2.1 / GLES 2.0
Accelerometer/Compass/Rotation Works only at low-level (4)
Audio Works
Battery Works
Bluetooth Audio tested and working
Calls Works with exceptions (1)
Calls (VoLTE) Works on some carriers (7)
Camera Works with exceptions (5)
Convergence Works but unstable (8)
Display Works
Full Disk Encryption Non-functional
Flashlight Works
GPS/GNSS Works with exceptions (2)
Mobile data Works
SMS Works
MMS Non-functional (6)
Touchscreen Works
USB Networking Works (9)
USB OTG Non-functional
WiFi Works with exceptions (3)
Xwayland Works


  1. Phone takes a long time to wake-up when receiving a call.
  2. GPS/GNSS only works with non-web apps like Maps.
  3. WiFi is not working reliably when there are more than one hotspot on the same SSID. The only known workaround is to reduce this to only one hotspot per SSID.
  4. Low-level access can be accomplished by using the shell and looking at files in /sys/bus/iio/devices/iio:device*. The file names give you a sense of what kind of data they provide.
  5. Back camera works, front camera works using front to switch. Both have low framerate (1fps). Video causes app to freeze.
  6. Mobian uses Modem Manager to access the Modem. Modem Manager lacks support for MMS
    1. Also worth it to show ModemManager seems to need the most work, and there are other apps to try?
  7. VoLTE works out of the box. You should not need to do anything to make it work. Output of mmcli -m 0 --command='AT+QMBNCFG="list"'
    'response: '+QMBNCFG: "List",0,0,0,"ROW_Generic_3GPP",0x0501081F,201901141
    +QMBNCFG: "List",1,0,0,"VoLTE-ATT",0x0501033C,201909271
    +QMBNCFG: "List",2,0,0,"hVoLTE-Verizon",0x05010141,201911251
    +QMBNCFG: "List",3,0,0,"Sprint-VoLTE",0x05010205,201908141
    +QMBNCFG: "List",4,1,1,"Commercial-TMO_VoLTE",0x05010505,201811231
    +QMBNCFG: "List",5,0,0,"Telus-Commercial_VoLTE",0x05800C43,201912031
    +QMBNCFG: "List",6,0,0,"Commercial-SBM",0x05011C18,201904021
    +QMBNCFG: "List",7,0,0,"Commercial-DT",0x05011F1C,201905311
    +QMBNCFG: "List",8,0,0,"Reliance_OpnMkt",0x05011B38,201910161
    +QMBNCFG: "List",9,0,0,"TF_Germany_VoLTE",0x05010C1B,201909201
    +QMBNCFG: "List",10,0,0,"TF_Spain_VoLTE",0x05010CFA,201909261
    +QMBNCFG: "List",11,0,0,"Volte_OpenMkt-Commercial-CMCC",0x05012071,201904281
    +QMBNCFG: "List",12,0,0,"OpenMkt-Commercial-CT",0x05011322,201911081
    +QMBNCFG: "List",13,0,0,"OpenMkt-Commercial-CU",0x05011505,201807052'
    1. pmOS has some information for reference atinout is not in packaging, but a forked version is here To reiterate, you likely do not need to do this manually! The following commands should work for Mobian (as atinout is not in Mobian) if VoLTE does not work out of the box:
      # first list the profiles supported by the modem
      $ mmcli -m 0 --command='AT+QMBNCFG="list"'
      # Select the profile most applicable to your provider, or use the Generic one if nothing matches
      # I know the command is different tham pmOS. There may be an error in the pmOS wiki
      $ mmcli -m 0 --command='AT+QMBNCFG="select","ROW_Generic_3GPP"'
      # Enable calling over ip (VoLTE)
      $ mmcli -m 0 --command='AT+QCFG="ims",1'
      # Reboot the modem to apply the settings
      $ mmcli -m 0 --command='AT+CFUN=1,1' 
    2. If the above works let us know!
  8. (Note: Putting this in tweaks with a step by step would be good? One editor could not independently get this to work)

glxinfo output