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Hello everybody,

I'm relatively new to the topic of Arduino ... For a few days now I've been trying to post messages in a Telegram group via a BOT with the Arduino UNO and a SIM800L module. Unfortunately without success so far. In the meantime I have already spent a few hours on the Internet but unfortunately did not achieve any success with a lot of testing, etc. Since I had written on a topic a long time ago, but received no answer there, now here is my new attempt.

This is what my code currently looks like:

Code:
#include <UniversalTelegramBot.h>
#include <TinyGsmClient.h>
#include <ArduinoHttpClient.h>

#include <SoftwareSerial.h>

#define TINY_GSM_MODEM_SIM800 // SIM800 declared as a module

SoftwareSerial SerialAT (2, 3); // RX, TX

TinyGsm modem (SerialAT);

// APN data because I am using a Congstar SIM card
const char apn [] = "internet.t-mobile."; // apn
const char user [] = "congstar."; // username
const char pass [] = "cs."; //passport

// Initialize Telegram BOT
#define BOTtoken "XXXX" // BOT TOKEN

TinyGsmClientSecure client (modem);
UniversalTelegramBot bot (BOTtoken, client);

int bot_mtbs = 1000; // mean time between scan messages
long bot_lasttime; // last time messages' scan has been done


void setup () {
    Serial.begin (9600);
    delay (10);

    // Set GSM module baud rate
    SerialAT.begin (9600);
    delay (3000);

    modem.sendAT (GF ("+ CIPSSL = 1")); // enable ssl. maybe don't need
    modem.waitResponse ();

    if (! modem.hasSSL ()) {
      Serial.println ("SSL is not supported by this modem");
      // delay (10000);
      return;
    }

    // wait for network
    Serial.print (F ("Waiting for network ..."));
    if (! modem.waitForNetwork ()) {
      Serial.println ("fail");
      delay (10000);
      return;
    }
    Serial.println ("OK");

    // connect to gprs
    Serial.print (F ("Connecting to"));
    Serial.print (apn);
    if (! modem.gprsConnect (apn, user, pass)) {
      Serial.println ("fail");
      delay (10000);
      return;
    } else {Serial.println ("OK");}

    // not needed actually
    IPAddress local = modem.localIP ();
    modem.waitResponse ();
    Serial.println (local);

    String chat_id = "XXXX"; / My chat ID
    String text = "test";
    String parses = "";

        Serial.println ("send message1");
        bot.sendMessage (chat_id, text, parses);
}
void loop () {
}

When checking the code, I always get the error:
error: #error "Please define GSM modem model"

According to the "TinyGSM -> TinyGsmClient.h" library, this error should only appear if you have not declared a SIM module. I did this at the beginning of the Skatch.
In addition, there is the following message:
Error compiling for the Arduino Uno board.

Can the fault lie in the fact that I am not using a Sim800C as with "Timmae3000" but a Sim800L? I would appreciate help, thank you.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask. I'll do my best to answer them.

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