I am trying to figure out whether my Pinephone running Beta2 with Phosh (20201117) is able to receive any GNSS (GPS, GNONASS etc.) signals.
When I installed Pure Maps (as a Flatpak - btw. great software) I wasn’t able to establish my position. So, I did some browsing over at the Pine64 forum and came across this command to enable the GPS hardware.
sudo mmcli -m 0 --location-enable-gps-nmea
Unfortunately, this is what I get:
** (mmcli:6566): WARNING **: 12:38:39.568: (mm-object.c:108):mm_object_get_modem: runtime check failed: (MM_IS_MODEM (modem)) error: couldn't find modem
I am not sure what this means. Could this be software or hardware related?
BTW, all of the killswitches are set to on, i.e. everything should be enabled.
Any help on this would be appreciated.