We unconditionally display the IMSI but we still lack support for writing it. Lets support writing the IMSI as well in order to be more complete. - Add support for writing the IMSI Change-Id: I1b3d1e1aae953663c13e78217de2a8ec3282b969 Related: OS#3376
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This repository contains a python language utility to configure the vendor-specific parameters of sysmoUSIM-SJS1 programmable USIM cards.
For more information about the sysmoUSIM-SJS1, please see the related user manual
The sysmoUSIM-SJS1 is programmable and Java capable USIM card. Not all commands are known yet and this page should grow over time. Each card is using a separate ADM1 key and the default configuration is hacker/developer friendly (fields being writable, reduced security for installing applets to have more quick development cycles).
The cards are available from the sysmocom webshop
- To run, http://pyscard.sourceforge.net needs to be installed;
- You may also need to install the pcscd service.
apt-get install python-pyscard pcscd systemctl start pcscd