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I solved it by switching off my VPN and using a different USB cable; either one of these could have fixed it. I hope this solves any issues others may have.


I have the SIM800 GSM addon hat for a Raspberry Pi 3 and got it to work with T-Mobile amazon link Using this website as a reference: I followed these steps: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ppp screen elinks sudo -i nano /etc/ppp/peers/rnet Add the following to the file #t-mobile is the apn connect "/usr/...


I have solved the issue described. The /media/pi folder was owned by root, so presumably subfolders could not be created. I did: sudo chown -R pi:pi /media/pi and all works correctly.


I was able to do this with a USBC -> USB2 cable. I cut the USB2 end, which has red, black, green and white wires. Then I just connected the red and black to a battery.

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