Developers guidelines
June 2010
AT commands
for Sony Ericsson phones
Developers guidelines | AT commands
Preface
Purpose of this document
The Developers guideline for AT commands is designed to give the reader a deeper insight into how to
design applications with AT commands supported by mobile phones. The information here is not relevant
for the day-to-day operation of the phone. This is described in the User guide supplied with the mobile
phone.
This document is for advanced users who require detailed information in order to:
• Develop new communications software.
• Add the mobile phone to a list of compatible modems in an application.
• Adjust the settings of their mobile phones.
People who can benefit from this document include:
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Application providers
Content providers
Content aggregators
Operators and service providers
Software developers
Business decision-makers
It is assumed that the reader has a basic understanding of AT commands.
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17th edition (June 2010)
Publication number: 1206-6103.17
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Document conventions
Products
Sony Ericsson mobile phones are referred to in this document using generic names
as in the table below. In this document, the chapter “AT commands” contains
command specifications valid for the majority of phones mentioned. Added,
deleted or changed commands for groups of phones are specified in appendices
as in the rightmost column of the table.
Generic names
Series
Sony Ericsson mobile phones
Appendix
Aino™
Aino™ U10i, Aino™ U10a
4
C510
C510, C510c, C510a
3
C702
C702, C702c, C702a
2
C901
C901, C901a, C901 GreenHeart™
3
C902
C902, C902c
2
C903
C903, C903a
3
C905
C905, C905c, C905a
3
Cedar
Sony Ericsson Cedar™ J108i, Sony Ericsson Cedar™ J108a
4
Elm
Sony Ericsson Elm™ J10, Sony Ericsson Elm™ J10i2
4
G502
G502, G502c
1
G705
G705, G705u
3
Hazel
Sony Ericsson Hazel™J20, Sony Ericsson Hazel™J20i
4
Jalou™
Jalou™ F100i, BeJoo™ F100i (French market)
3
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Generic names
Series
Sony Ericsson mobile phones
Appendix
K530
K530i
K550
K550i, K550c
K610
K610i, K610c, K618i
K630
K630i
1
K660
K660i
1
K770
K770i
K790
K790i, K790c, K790a
K800
K800i, K800c
K810
K810i, K818c
K850
K850i, K858c
1
Naite™
Naite™ J105i, Naite™ J105a
3
Pureness™
Xperia™ Pureness™ X5, Xperia™ Pureness™ X5i
3
S500
S500i, S500c
T650
T650i, T658c
T700
T700
2
T707
T707, T707a
3
T715
T715, T715a
3
V640
V640i
1
W350
W350i, W350c
W380
W380i, W380c
W508
W508, W508c, W508a, W518a
W580
W580i, W580c
W595
W595, W595s
W610
W610i, W610c
W705
W705, W705u
3
W715
W715
3
W710
W710i, W710c
W760
W760i, W760c
W830
W830i, W830c
W850
W850i, W850c
W880
W880i, W888c
3
2
2
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Generic names
Series
Sony Ericsson mobile phones
Appendix
W890
W890i
1
W902
W902
2
W910
W910i, W908c
1
W980
W980i
2
W995
W995, W995a
4
Yari™
Yari™ U100i, Yari™ U100a
4
Z310
Z310i, Z310a
Z555
Z555i, Z555a
Z610
Z610i
Z710
Z710i, Z710c
Z750
Z750i
1
Z770
Z770i
2
Z780
Z780i, Z780a
2
Z780
Z780i, Z780a
2
Zylo
Sony Ericsson Zylo™ W20, Sony Ericsson Zylo™ W20i
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Typographical conventions
The standard text in this manual is modified to distinguish between the text
displayed on the screen, typed instructions and examples of command dialogue.
The distinctions are as follows:
• Typed commands and option values are written in bold text; for example:
S2=<esc>; <esc>=0-127.
• Any key strokes are written in bold text in brackets; for example <CR>.
• Examples of command dialogue, including keyboard entries and on-screen
responses, are written in Courier text.
• The default parameter setting used by a command is indicated by the text
“Default”.
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Trademarks and
acknowledgements
GreenHeart, Aino, BeJoo, Jalou, Naite, Pureness, Sony Ericsson Cedar,
Sony Ericsson Elm, Sony Ericsson Hazel, Sony Ericsson Zylo, Xperia and Yari are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications
AB.
Windows is either a trademark or registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in
the United States and/or other countries.
Bluetooth is a trademark or registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG Inc.
The IrDA Feature Trademark is owned by the Infrared Data Association and is used
under licence there from.
Other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of
their respective owners.
Document history
Change history
2007-12-04
Doc. No. 1206-6103.1
First version published on Developer World
2008-01-20
Doc. No. 1206-6103.2
Second version. Information about W350,
W760 and Z555 series added
2008-02-20
Doc. No. 1206-6103.3
Third version. Information about C702, C902,
W980 and Z770 series added
2008-04-20
Doc. No. 1206-6103.4
Fourth version. Minor revision
2008-05-20
Doc. No. 1206-6103.5
Fifth version. Information about G502 and
Z780 series added
2008-09-09
Doc. No. 1206-6103.6
Sixth version. Information about C905, G705,
T700, W595 and W902 series added
2008-10-17
Doc. No. 1206-6103.6
(rev. B)
Sixth revised version. New document
template
2008-11-09
Doc. No. 1206-6103.7
Seventh version. Information about W705
series added
2009-01-08
Doc. No. 1206-6103.8
Eighth version. Information about C510 and
W508 series added
2009-02-15
Doc. No. 1206-6103.9
Ninth version. Information about C901, C903,
W715 and W995 series added
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Change history
2009-03-26
Doc. No. 1206-6103.10
Tenth version. Information about T707 series
added
2009-05-28
Doc. No. 1206-6103.11
Eleventh version. Information about Aino™
and Yari™ series added
2009-06-25
Doc. No. 1206-6103.12
12th version. Information about Naite™ and
T715 series added
2009-08-12
Doc. No. 1206-6103.13
13th version. Information about Jalou™ series
added
2009-10-26
Doc. No. 1206-6103.14
14th version. Information about Pureness™
phones added
2009-12-14
Doc. No. 1206-6103.15
15th version. Information about Elm and
Hazel series added
2010-04-13
Doc. No. 1206-6103.16
16th version. Information about Zylo series
added
2010-06-15
Doc. No. 1206-6103.17
17th version. Information about Cedar series
added
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Contents
Overview ....................................................................................................................10
Introduction .............................................................................................................10
Result and error codes ............................................................................................11
AT commands .........................................................................................................15
AT command list .......................................................................................................20
Result codes ..............................................................................................................25
AT commands ...........................................................................................................27
Ensemble C2: Control and identification .................................................................27
Ensemble C3: Call control .......................................................................................34
Ensemble C4: Interface commands ........................................................................42
Ensemble C6: Data compression ............................................................................52
Ensemble C9: Mode management ..........................................................................55
Ensemble C18: Fax class 1 .....................................................................................56
Ensemble C20: Audio control .................................................................................56
Ensemble C25: GSM 07.10 .....................................................................................57
Ensemble C26: Accessory UI ..................................................................................59
Ensemble C27: Accessory UI ..................................................................................60
Ensemble C38: Bluetooth commands ....................................................................81
Ensemble S1: GSM DTE-DCE interface ..................................................................89
Ensemble S2: Call control .......................................................................................89
Ensemble S3: GSM data/fax ...................................................................................94
Ensemble S4: Extended error reporting ..................................................................97
Ensemble S5: GSM HSCSD ....................................................................................98
Ensemble S6: GSM network services ...................................................................104
Ensemble S7: GSM USSD ....................................................................................131
Ensemble S8: GSM facility lock ............................................................................134
Ensemble S9: Mobile equipment, control and status ...........................................139
Ensemble S10: GSM mobile equipment error control ..........................................175
Ensemble S11: SMS and PDU mode ....................................................................176
Ensemble S15: GPRS/packet domain ..................................................................191
Ensemble S16: Phonebook ...................................................................................218
Ensemble S18: GSM clock, date and alarm handling ...........................................224
Ensemble S19: GSM subscriber information ........................................................228
Ensemble S20: Ericsson specific AT commands for GSM ...................................229
Ensemble S26: Voice control ................................................................................233
Ensemble S27: OBEX ............................................................................................235
Ensemble S29: WAP browser ...............................................................................236
Ensemble S34: Internet account commands ........................................................238
Ensemble S35: Sony Ericsson commands ...........................................................272
OBEX Formats .......................................................................................................300
Appendix 1 ...............................................................................................................308
Added AT commands ...........................................................................................309
Updated AT commands ........................................................................................310
Appendix 2 ...............................................................................................................313
Added AT commands ...........................................................................................314
Updated AT commands ........................................................................................315
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Appendix 3 ...............................................................................................................318
Added AT commands ...........................................................................................319
Updated AT commands ........................................................................................322
Appendix 4 ...............................................................................................................325
Added AT commands ...........................................................................................326
Updated AT commands ........................................................................................330
Index .........................................................................................................................333
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Overview
Introduction
This document describes the operation of AT commands supported by Sony Ericsson
phones.
This reference document is helpful for advanced users who require detailed
information in order to:
• Develop new communications software.
• Add the mobile phone to a list of compatible modems in an application.
• Adjust the settings of their mobile phones.
Communications programs
Please refer to the User guide and support information found on
www.sonyericsson.com for instructions on the installation and use of the Sony
Ericsson built-in modem software drivers.
Configuring third-party communications programs
If you want to use a communications program which does not include the Sony
Ericsson built-in modem in the list of supported hardware, the following options are
suggested:
Configure for V.25ter
The built-in modem supports the V.25ter command set. If your communications
program can generate and support a V.25ter command, the built-in modem does not
require the installation of a specific driver.
Locate a mobile phone modem driver
A Mobile Phone Modem driver for the communications program may be available on
either the Sony Ericsson disk supplied with the phone or from one of the online
services, for example, the support pages on www.sonyericsson.com
Configure the data communications program manually
To configure your data communications program manually:
1. Select a generic mobile phone modem driver from the list.
2. Set the Init string to AT&F
3. Set the optional setup string to Asynchronous RLP: AT+CBST=0,0,1
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Result and error codes
Result codes
When you send a command from your PC or PDA to the built-in modem, the response
is terminated by a result code, which is shown on the screen of the sending device.
This code is used to confirm correct operation or to identify any problem with the
command. There are two types of result codes:
• Final result codes related to the operation of AT commands
• Result codes associated with call connections
Final result codes from AT commands
The built-in modem always terminates each response to an AT command with a final
result code:
OK
The command(s) and any specified parameters were valid and the command has
completed execution.
Some AT commands are not relevant to the built-in modem operations or can only be
set to one parameter value. For completeness and to allow the parameter to be read,
some of these commands are supported but not implemented. Calling a command of
this type produces the OK result code but does not cause any change to the built-in
modem.
ERROR
An error has occurred during the command processing.
This could arise because:
• There is a fault in the command syntax
• One or more parameters are outside the permitted range
• The command you issued is not implemented in the built-in modem
• The command is not appropriate to the service
• Of the class the built-in modem is operating in
When an error is reported, the ERROR message is preceded by a copy of the text
response from the last valid AT command. This is shown in the following example:
Valid command:
AT+CBC=?
Response:
+CBC:(0,2),(0-100)
OK
Invalid command:
AT+CBC=?;+FCLASS=3
Response:
+CBC:(0,2),(0-100)
ERROR
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Result codes from call connections
During online operation of the telephone, result codes inform you about the progress of
call connections:
CONNECT
<speed>
A connection has been established and the data rate <speed> is
shown.
BUSY
The number you called is engaged.
NO DIALTONE
Unable to establish the initial connection.
NO CARRIER
A connection could not be established or an existing connection
has been lost.
RING
There is an incoming call. This is not a consequence of local activity
and is referred to as an unsolicited result code.
Format of the result codes
The result codes described above are in verbose format. You can command the builtin modem to display result codes in verbose or numeric format or you can switch them
off completely.
To switch between verbose and numeric format, refer to the use of the ATV command
on page 46.
To switch the display of result codes on or off, refer to the use of the ATQ command on
page 46.
Error codes
The +CME ERROR result codes indicate an error relating to the functionality of the builtin modem or mobile phone and replace the final result code ERROR when enabled by
the AT+CMEE command.
Report mobile phone failure (+CME)
+CME ERROR: 0
Phone failure
+CME ERROR: 1
No connection to phone
+CME ERROR: 2
Phone-adaptor link reserved
+CME ERROR: 3
Operation not permitted
+CME ERROR: 4
Operation not supported
+CME ERROR: 5
PH-SIM PIN required
+CME ERROR: 6
PH-FSIM PIN required
+CME ERROR: 7
PH-FSIM PUK required
+CME ERROR: 10
SIM card not inserted
+CME ERROR: 11
SIM card PIN required
+CME ERROR: 12
SIM card PUK required
+CME ERROR: 13
SIM card failure
+CME ERROR: 14
SIM card busy
+CME ERROR: 15
SIM card wrong
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+CME ERROR: 16
Incorrect password
+CME ERROR: 17
SIM PIN2 required
+CME ERROR: 18
SIM PUK2 required
+CME ERROR: 20
Memory full
+CME ERROR: 21
Invalid index
+CME ERROR: 22
Not found
+CME ERROR: 23
Memory failure
+CME ERROR: 24
Text string too long
+CME ERROR: 25
Invalid character in text string
+CME ERROR: 26
Dial string too long
+CME ERROR: 27
Invalid characters in dial string
+CME ERROR: 30
No network service
+CME ERROR: 31
Network timeout
+CME ERROR: 32
Network not allowed – emergency calls only
+CME ERROR: 40
Network personalisation PIN required
+CME ERROR: 41
Network personalisation PUK required
+CME ERROR: 42
Network subset personalisation PIN required
+CME ERROR: 43
Network subset personalisation PUK required
+CME ERROR: 44
Service provider personalisation PIN required
+CME ERROR: 45
Service provider personalisation PUK required
+CME ERROR: 46
Corporate personalisation PIN required
+CME ERROR: 47
Corporate personalisation PUK required
+CME ERROR: 100
Unknown
Report operational/access failure (+CMS)
The +CMS ERROR result codes indicate an error relating to the built-in modem, mobile
phone or network relating to the Short Message Service (SMS). This replaces the final
result code ERROR.
+CMS ERROR: 0...127
GSM 04.11 Annex E-2 values
+CMS ERROR: 128...255 GSM 03.40 Section 9.2.3.22 values
+CMS ERROR: 300
ME failure
+CMS ERROR: 301
SMS service of ME reserved
+CMS ERROR: 302
Operation not allowed
+CMS ERROR: 303
Operation not supported
+CMS ERROR: 304
Invalid PDU mode parameter
+CMS ERROR: 305
Invalid text mode parameter
+CMS ERROR: 310
(U)SIM card not inserted
+CMS ERROR: 311
(U)SIM PIN required
+CMS ERROR: 312
PH-(U)SIM PIN required
+CMS ERROR: 313
(U)SIM card failure
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+CMS ERROR: 314
(U)SIM card busy
+CMS ERROR: 315
(U)SIM card wrong
+CMS ERROR: 316
(U)SIM PUK required
+CMS ERROR: 317
(U)SIM PIN2 required
+CMS ERROR: 318
(U)SIM PUK2 required
+CMS ERROR: 320
Memory failure
+CMS ERROR: 321
Invalid memory index
+CMS ERROR: 322
Memory full
+CMS ERROR: 330
SMSC address unknown
+CMS ERROR: 331
No network service
+CMS ERROR: 332
Network timeout
+CMS ERROR: 340
No +CNMA acknowledgement expected
+CMS ERROR: 500
Unknown error
+CMS ERROR: 256...511 Values in range 256...511 are reserved
+CMS ERROR: 512
Manufacturer specific
Service report (+CR)
When a data connection is being established, the +CR messages are sent to the PC
before the final result code CONNECT. Use AT+CR to enable these messages.
+CR: ASYNC
Asynchronous transparent
+CR: SYNC
Synchronous transparent
+CR: REL ASYNC
Asynchronous non-transparent
+CR: REL SYNC
Synchronous non-transparent
Cellular result codes (+CRING)
The +CRING messages replace the unsolicited result code RING and provide more
information about the type of the incoming call. Use AT+CRC to enable these
messages.
+CRING: ASYNC
Asynchronous transparent
+CRING: SYNC
Synchronous transparent
+CRING: REL ASYNC
Asynchronous non-transparent
+CRING: REL SYNC
Synchronous non-transparent
+CRING: FAX
Facsimile
+CRING: VOICE
Normal voice
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AT commands
Introduction to AT commands
This chapter describes how AT commands are used to exchange information with the
phone, the built-in modem and Bluetooth module. The AT commands are listed at the
end of this chapter. For a description of each command, refer to “AT commands” on
page 27.
You use AT commands to:
• Configure the phone to connect via USB cable, infrared port, Bluetooth or the
system bus.
• Configure the modem to connect via USB cable, infrared port, Bluetooth or the
system bus.
• Request information about the current configuration or operational status of the
phone or the modem.
• Test availability in the phone or modem and, when applicable, request the range of
valid parameters for an AT command.
Built-in modem operating modes
The built-in modem can be set in any one of the following three modes of operation:
Offline command
mode:
When first switched on, the built-in modem is automatically placed in offline
command mode and is then ready to receive AT commands.
Online data mode:
This allows normal operation of the built-in modem, to exchange data or facsimile
with a remote modem.
Online command
mode:
This allows sending AT commands to the built-in modem while still remaining
connected to the remote modem.
Changing the built-in modem operating mode
The following illustration summarises the methods that are used to switch between the
three built-in modem operating modes:
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Operating in offline command mode
Switch on
Offline Command Mode
Exchange AT command data between
computer and built-in modem
Dial
Answer
ATD
<tel.no.>
ATA
Lose carrier
or
lose IR link
or
press “No”
button
(or pull DTR
low *) or ATH
Lose carrier
or
lose IR link
or
press “NO”
button
(or
pull DTR
low *)
Online Data Mode
Exchange data or facsimile
with a remote modem
+++AT <?>
(or pull DTR low *)
ATO
Online Command Mode
Exchange AT command data with the Built-in
Modem while staying online
* Pull DTR not available
when using cable.
Figure 1. In offline command mode, the built-in modem accepts data as commands
and not as normal communications traffic. You enter commands by typing at the PC/
PDA keyboard.
Switching to online data mode
To enter online data mode, for data to be exchanged with the modem at the other end
of the link, enter the ATD command followed by the telephone number to make the
call. Alternatively, typing ATA to answer an incoming call also places the built-in
modem in online mode.
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Switching back to offline command mode
Any of the following will return the built-in modem to offline command mode from
online data mode:
•
•
•
•
Loss of connection (NO CARRIER error)
Loss of the link between the built-in modem and your computer
Pressing the “NO” button on your mobile phone
Pulling DTR low (not available when using cable)
Using AT commands during a data connection
To use AT commands while connected to a remote modem in online data mode and
maintain connection with the remote modem, first enter online command mode.
There are two ways to switch from online data mode to online command mode:
• Type the escape sequence “+++” followed by an appropriate AT command. This
command must be selected from the options AT, ATE, ATH, ATI, ATQ, ATV or ATX.
By using this method, an AT function, such as moving into online command mode,
can be performed. For example, switching using
+++ATH<CR>
switches the built-in modem to online command mode. The AT command is
executed, causing the connection to be terminated (hang-up executed). Typing the
escape sequence “+++” without any following command causes the system to wait
one second, switch to online command mode and respond OK;
• Pull DTR low after setting AT&D=1.
Switching from online command mode to online data mode
To return to online data mode while in online command mode, type:
ATO<CR>
Switching from online command mode to offline command
mode
To return the built-in modem to offline command mode from online command mode:
• Use any of the methods described in “Switching back to offline command mode”
above
• Type +++ATH <CR> to switch to online command mode and hang up at once.
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Operating the AT commands
In command mode, the following types of commands can be issued:
• A set command to adjust the operating parameters of the built-in modem
• An execution command to direct action without any need for parameters
• A read command to view the current command settings
• A test command to view the available command parameters
Not all AT commands support all functions listed above. The descriptions in “AT
commands” on page 27 list the functions available for each AT command.
1. Entering a set command
The standard format for entering a set command is:
AT<command>=<parameters><CR>
where
AT
Notifies the built-in modem that a command is being entered.
<command>
The name of the command being entered.
<parameters>
The values to be used by the command.
<CR>
All command lines are terminated by pressing the <CR> (Return or Enter) key.
Note: All command lines are completed by pressing the <CR> key on the computer
keyboard. For the remainder of this manual, appropriate use of the <CR> key is
assumed.
To set the built-in modem to operate with autobaud over an asynchronous connection,
the command line would be:
AT+CBST=0,0,1
However, many commands also have default values. For example, the above
command can be entered as:
AT+CBST=,,1
Default values used by the commands are indicated by bold text in the following
descriptions.
When the parameter is a character string, for example, “<name>”, then the value
should be entered between quotes, for example, “Peter”.
Optional parameters are shown in square brackets, for example, [<value>].
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2. Entering an execution command
Execution commands are very similar to set commands. They usually do not require
any parameters and are used to obtain information about the mobile phone or built-in
modem or to execute an event.
For example, to find out information about the mobile phone battery, enter the +CBC
command:
AT+CBC
The built-in modem responds:
CBC: 0,60
indicating that the mobile phone battery is connected (0) and that the remaining charge
is 60%.
To answer an incoming call, you execute the A command:
ATA
3. Using read command to view command settings
To check the current settings of a command, use the ? option.
For example, to check the current settings of the +CBST command, enter:
AT+CBST?
If CBST has been set according to the previous example, the settings are displayed as
+CBST: 0,0,1
4. Using test command to request command help
To test the availability of a command and the range of parameters, use the =? option
with the command. For example, to check the parameters available to the command
line in the example above, enter:
AT+CBST=?
The line:
+CBST: (0,4,6,7,68,70,71),(0),(1)
is displayed indicating the range of valid entries that can be set for the parameters
<data rate>,
<bearer service> and <connection element>.
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AT command list
AT
Attention command................................................................................. 27
AT*
ATZ
AT&F
ATI
AT&W
AT+CLAC
AT+CGMI
AT+CGMM
AT+CGMR
AT+CGSN
AT+GCAP
AT+GMI
AT+GMM
AT+GMR
ATA
ATH
ATD
ATO
AT+CVHU
AT+CLCC
AT*CPI
ATE
ATS0
ATS2
ATS3
ATS4
ATS5
ATS7
ATS10
ATQ
ATV
ATX
AT&C
AT&D
AT+IFC
AT+ICF
AT+IPR
AT+ILRR
AT+DS
AT+DR
AT+WS46
AT+FCLASS
AT*ECBP
AT+CMUX
AT*EINA
AT*SEAM
AT*SESAF
AT*SELERT
List all supported AT commands ............................................................ 27
Restore to user profile (ver. 2) ................................................................. 27
Set to factory-defined configuration (ver. 2) ........................................... 28
Identification information (ver. 3)............................................................. 28
Store user profile..................................................................................... 29
List all available AT commands............................................................... 29
Request manufacturer identification (ver. 1) ........................................... 30
Request model identification .................................................................. 30
Request revision identification ................................................................ 31
Request product serial number identification ......................................... 31
Request modem capabilities list ............................................................. 31
Request manufacturer information ......................................................... 32
Request model identification .................................................................. 32
Request revision identification ................................................................ 33
Answer incoming call command (ver. 2) ................................................. 34
Hook control (ver. 2)................................................................................ 34
Dial command (ver. 5) ............................................................................. 35
Return to online data mode..................................................................... 37
Voice hangup control .............................................................................. 38
List current calls ...................................................................................... 38
Call progress information ........................................................................ 40
Command echo (ver. 2)........................................................................... 42
Automatic answer control ....................................................................... 43
Escape sequence character.................................................................... 43
Command line termination character (ver. 3) .......................................... 43
Response formatting character (ver. 3)................................................... 44
Command line editing character (ver. 3) ................................................. 44
Completion connection timeout.............................................................. 45
Automatic disconnect delay control ....................................................... 45
Result code suppression (ver. 2)............................................................. 46
DCE response mode (ver. 2) ................................................................... 46
Call progress monitoring control............................................................. 47
Circuit 109 (DCD) control ........................................................................ 48
Circuit 108 (DTR) response ..................................................................... 48
Cable interface DTE-DCE local flow control ........................................... 49
Cable interface character format (ver. 2)................................................. 49
Cable interface port rate ......................................................................... 50
Cable interface local rate reporting......................................................... 51
Data compression (ver. 3) ....................................................................... 52
Data compression reporting.................................................................... 53
Mode selection........................................................................................ 55
Select mode ............................................................................................ 56
CHF button pushed (ver. 2)..................................................................... 56
Switch to 07.10 multiplexer (ver. 2)......................................................... 57
Ericsson system interface active............................................................. 59
Add menu item........................................................................................ 60
SEMC show and focus............................................................................ 61
SEMC create alert (information text) ....................................................... 62
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AT*SESTRI
AT*SELIST
AT*SETICK
AT*SEDATE
AT*SEGAUGE
AT*SEGUP
AT*SEONO
AT*SEYNQ
AT*SEDEL
AT*SESLE
AT*SERSK
AT*SEUIS
AT*EIBA
AT+BINP
AT+BLDN
AT+BVRA
AT+NREC
AT+VGM
AT+VGS
AT+BRSF
AT+GCLIP
AT+CSCS
AT+CHUP
AT+CRC
AT+CR
AT+CV120
AT+VTS
AT+CBST
AT+CRLP
AT+CEER
AT+CHSD
AT+CHSN
AT+CHSC
AT+CHSR
AT+CHSU
AT+CNUM
AT+CREG
AT+COPS
AT+CLIP
AT+CLIR
AT+CCFC
AT+CCWA
AT+CHLD
AT+CSSN
AT+CAOC
AT+CACM
AT+CAMM
AT+CDIP
AT+COLP
AT+CPOL
AT+COPN
AT*EDIF
AT*EIPS
AT+CUSD
AT+CLCK
SEMC create string Input ........................................................................ 64
SEMC create list...................................................................................... 66
SEMC create ticker ................................................................................. 68
SEMC create date field ........................................................................... 69
SEMC create gauge (bar graph/progress feedback) .............................. 71
SEMC update gauge (bar graph/ progress feedback) ............................ 72
SEMC create on/off input........................................................................ 73
SEMC create yes/no question ................................................................ 74
SEMC GUI delete .................................................................................... 75
SEMC soft key label (ver. 1) .................................................................... 75
SEMC remove soft key ........................................................................... 77
SEMC UI session establish/terminate..................................................... 77
Ericsson Internal Bluetooth address ....................................................... 81
Bluetooth input........................................................................................ 81
Bluetooth last dialled number ................................................................. 82
Bluetooth voice recognition activation.................................................... 82
Noise reduction and echo cancelling...................................................... 83
Gain of microphone................................................................................. 83
Gain of speaker ....................................................................................... 84
Bluetooth retrieve supported .................................................................. 84
Graphical caller ID presentation.............................................................. 85
Select TE character set (ver. 3) ............................................................... 89
Hang up call ............................................................................................ 89
Cellular result codes (ver. 2).................................................................... 90
Service reporting control......................................................................... 90
V.120 rate adaption protocol .................................................................. 91
DTMF and tone generation ..................................................................... 92
Select bearer service type (ver. 3)........................................................... 94
Radio link protocol (ver. 2) ...................................................................... 95
Extended error report (ver. 2) .................................................................. 97
HSCSD device parameters (ver. 2) ......................................................... 98
HSCSD non-transparent call configuration (ver. 2)................................. 99
HSCSD current call parameters (ver. 2) ................................................ 101
HSCSD parameters report (ver. 2) ........................................................ 102
HSCSD automatic user-initiated upgrade............................................. 103
Subscriber number (ver. 2).................................................................... 104
Network registration (ver. 2) .................................................................. 105
Operator selection (ver. 2)..................................................................... 106
Calling line identification (ver. 2)............................................................ 108
Calling line identification restriction ...................................................... 109
Calling forwarding number and conditions (ver. 2) ............................... 110
Call waiting (ver. 2) ................................................................................ 112
Call hold and multiparty (ver. 1) ............................................................ 113
Supplementary service notification (ver. 2) ........................................... 115
Advice of charge ................................................................................... 116
Accumulated call meter (ver. 2)............................................................. 117
Accumulated call meter maximum........................................................ 117
Called line identification presentation ................................................... 118
Connected line identification presentation............................................ 119
Preferred operator list ........................................................................... 120
Read operator names............................................................................ 121
Divert function (ver. 2) ........................................................................... 121
Identify presentation set........................................................................ 122
Unstructured supplementary service data (ver. 2) ................................ 131
Facility lock (ver. 5)................................................................................ 134
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AT+CPWD
AT+CFUN
AT+CPAS
AT+CPIN
AT+CBC
AT+CSQ
AT+CKPD
AT+CIND
AT+CMAR
AT+CMER
AT*ECAM
AT+CLAN
AT*EJAVA
AT+CSIL
AT*ESKL
AT*ESKS
AT*EAPP
AT+CMEC
AT+CRSM
AT*EKSE
AT+CRSL
AT+CLVL
AT+CMUT
AT*EMEM
AT+CRMP
AT*EKEY
AT*ECDF
AT*STKC
AT*STKE
AT*STKR
AT+CMEE
AT+CSMS
AT+CPMS
AT+CMGF
AT+CSCA
AT+CSAS
AT+CRES
AT+CNMI
AT+CMGL
AT+CMGR
AT+CMGS
AT+CMSS
AT+CMGW
AT+CMGD
AT+CMGC
AT+CMMS
AT+CGDCONT
AT+CGSMS
AT+CGATT
AT+CGACT
AT+CGDATA
AT+CGEREP
AT+CGREG
AT+CGPADDR
AT+CGDSCONT
Change password (Ver. 3) ..................................................................... 136
Set phone functionality (ver. 2).............................................................. 139
Phone activity status (ver. 3) ................................................................. 140
PIN control (ver. 2)................................................................................. 140
Battery charge (ver. 2) ........................................................................... 142
Signal quality (ver.1) .............................................................................. 142
Keypad control (ver. 7) .......................................................................... 143
Indicator control (ver. 5) ........................................................................ 146
Master reset .......................................................................................... 147
Mobile equipment event reporting ........................................................ 148
Ericsson call monitoring (ver. 2) ............................................................ 149
Language .............................................................................................. 151
Ericsson Java application function ....................................................... 152
Silence Command................................................................................. 153
Key-lock mode ...................................................................................... 154
Key sound ............................................................................................. 154
Application function (ver. 5)................................................................... 155
Mobile equipment control mode ........................................................... 159
Restricted SIM access .......................................................................... 160
Ericsson keystroke send ....................................................................... 162
Ringer sound level (ver. 2)..................................................................... 162
Loudspeaker volume level .................................................................... 163
Mute control .......................................................................................... 163
Ericsson memory management ............................................................ 164
Ring melody playback (ver. 2) ............................................................... 165
Keypad/joystick control (ver. 2)............................................................. 166
Ericsson change dedicated file ............................................................. 168
SIM application toolkit configuration .................................................... 169
SIM application toolkit envelope command send................................. 169
SIM application toolkit command response ......................................... 170
Report mobile equipment error ............................................................. 175
Select message service (ver.2).............................................................. 176
Preferred message storage (ver. 4) ....................................................... 177
Message format (ver. 1)......................................................................... 178
Service centre address (ver. 2).............................................................. 179
Save settings......................................................................................... 179
Restore settings .................................................................................... 180
New messages indication to TE (ver. 4) ................................................ 180
List message (ver. 2) ............................................................................. 182
Read message (ver. 2)........................................................................... 183
Send message (ver. 2)........................................................................... 184
Send from storage (ver. 2)..................................................................... 185
Write message to memory (ver. 2) ........................................................ 186
Delete message..................................................................................... 187
Send command (ver. 1) ......................................................................... 188
More messages to send........................................................................ 189
Define PDP context (ver. 1) ................................................................... 192
Select service for MO SMS messages.................................................. 193
Packet service attach or detach ........................................................... 194
PDP context activate or deactivate....................................................... 194
Enter data state..................................................................................... 195
Packet domain event reporting (ver. 1) ................................................. 196
Packet domain network registration status .......................................... 197
Show PDP address ............................................................................... 197
Define secondary PDP context ............................................................. 198
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AT+CGTFT
AT+CGEQREQ
AT+CGEQMIN
AT+CGEQNEG
AT+CGCMOD
Extension of ATD
Extension of ATD
AT+CPBS
AT+CPBR
AT+CPBF
AT+CPBW
AT+CCLK
AT+CALA
AT+CALD
AT+CAPD
AT*EDST
AT+CIMI
AT*EPEE
AT*EAPS
AT*EAPN
AT*EBCA
AT*ELIB
AT*EVAA
AT*EMWS
AT+CPROT
AT*EWDT
AT*EWBA
AT*EWCT
AT*EIAC
AT*EIAD
AT*EIAW
AT*EIAR
AT*EIAPSW
AT*EIAPSR
AT*EIAPSSW
AT*EIAPSSR
AT*EIACSW
AT*EIACSR
AT*EIABTW
AT*EIABTR
AT*EIAAUW
AT*EIAAUR
AT*EIALCPW
AT*EIALCPR
AT*EIAIPCPW
AT*EIAIPCPR
AT*EIADNSV6W
AT*EIADNSV6R
AT*EIARUTW
AT*EIARUTD
AT*EIARUTR
AT*SEACC
AT*SEACID
Traffic flow template.............................................................................. 200
3G quality of service profile (requested) ............................................... 203
3G quality of service profile (minimum acceptable) .............................. 208
3G quality of service profile (negotiated)............................................... 212
PDP context modify .............................................................................. 215
– Request GPRS service ....................................................................... 215
– Request packet domain IP service..................................................... 216
Phonebook storage (ver. 3) ................................................................... 218
Phonebook read (ver. 2) ........................................................................ 220
Phonebook find (ver. 2) ......................................................................... 221
Phonebook write (ver. 4) ....................................................................... 222
Clock (ver. 4) ......................................................................................... 224
Alarm (ver. 3) ......................................................................................... 225
Alarm delete .......................................................................................... 226
Postpone or dismiss an alarm (ver. 2)................................................... 226
Ericsson daylight saving time................................................................ 226
Request international mobile subscriber identity.................................. 228
PIN event............................................................................................... 229
Active profile set.................................................................................... 229
Active profile rename ............................................................................ 230
Battery and charging algorithm (ver. 4) ................................................. 230
Ericsson list Bluetooth devices ............................................................. 232
Voice answer active (ver. 1)................................................................... 233
Magic word set...................................................................................... 234
Enter protocol mode ............................................................................. 235
WAP download timeout ........................................................................ 236
WAP bookmark add (ver. 2) .................................................................. 237
WAP connection timeout ...................................................................... 237
Internet account, create ........................................................................ 241
Internet account configuration, delete .................................................. 242
Internet account configuration, write general parameters .................... 243
Internet account configuration, read general parameters..................... 244
Internet account configuration, write PS bearer parameters ................ 245
Internet account configuration, read PS bearer parameters................. 246
Internet account configuration, write secondary PDP context
parameters ............................................................................................ 248
Internet account configuration, read secondary PDP context
parameters ............................................................................................ 249
Internet account configuration, write CSD bearer parameters ............. 251
Internet account configuration, read CSD bearer parameters.............. 252
Internet account configuration, write Bluetooth bearer parameters ..... 253
Internet account configuration, read Bluetooth bearer parameters...... 254
Internet account configuration, write authentication parameters ......... 255
Internet account configuration, read authentication parameters.......... 257
Internet account configuration, write PPP parameters – LCP .............. 258
Internet account configuration, read PPP parameters – LCP ............... 260
Internet account configuration, write PPP parameters – IPCP ............. 263
Internet account configuration, read PPP parameters – IPCP.............. 264
Internet account configuration, write DNS parameters – IPv6CP......... 266
Internet account configuration, read DNS parameters – IPv6CP ......... 267
Internet account configuration, write routing table parameters............ 268
Internet account configuration, delete routing table parameters.......... 269
Internet account configuration, read routing table parameters ............ 271
Accessory class report.......................................................................... 272
Accessory identification ........................................................................ 273
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AT*SEACID2
AT*SEAUDIO
AT*SECHA
AT*SELOG
AT*SEPING
AT*SEAULS
AT*SEFUNC
AT*SEFIN
AT*SEFEXP
AT*SEMOD
AT*SEREDI
AT*SEFRY
AT*SEAUP
AT*SEVOL
AT*SEVOLIR
AT*SEBIC
AT*SEANT
AT*SESP
AT*SETBC
AT*SEAVRC
AT*SEMMIR
AT*SEMMIR ver. 1
AT*SEMMIR ver. 2
AT*SEAPP
AT*SEAPPIR
AT*SEJCOMM
AT*SEDUC
AT*SEABS
AT*SEAVRCIR
AT*SEGPSA
AT*SEAUDIO
AT*SEGPSA
AT*SEAUDIO
AT*SEGPSA
AT*SETIR
AT*SEMCM
AT*SEAUDIO
AT*SEGPSA
AT*SETIR
AT*SEMCM
AT*SEDISKL
AT*SEAUDIO
Accessory identification (Bluetooth)...................................................... 274
Accessory class report.......................................................................... 275
Charging control.................................................................................... 277
SE read log............................................................................................ 277
SE ping command................................................................................. 278
SE audio line status............................................................................... 278
SE functionality status (ver. 2)............................................................... 279
SE flash Information .............................................................................. 280
Flash auto exposure setting from ME ................................................... 281
Camera mode indicator to the flash...................................................... 281
Red eye reduction indicator to the flash ............................................... 282
Ready indicator to the ME..................................................................... 282
Sony Ericsson audio parameters .......................................................... 283
Volume level .......................................................................................... 286
Volume indication request..................................................................... 286
Status bar icon ...................................................................................... 287
Antenna identification............................................................................ 287
Speakermode on/off ............................................................................. 288
Text to bitmap converter....................................................................... 288
Sony Ericsson audio video remote control ........................................... 290
Sony Ericsson multimedia information request .................................... 292
.............................................................................................................. 292
.............................................................................................................. 293
Sony Ericsson application..................................................................... 293
Sony Ericsson application indication request ....................................... 294
Sony Ericsson Java comm.................................................................... 295
Sony Ericsson disable USB charge ...................................................... 296
Sony Ericsson accessory battery status ............................................... 296
Sony Ericsson audio video remote control indication request ............. 297
Sony Ericsson global positioning system accessory ............................ 309
Accessory class report.......................................................................... 310
Sony Ericsson global positioning system accessory ............................ 314
Accessory Class Report........................................................................ 315
Sony Ericsson global positioning system accessory ............................ 319
Sony Ericsson time information request ............................................... 319
Sony Ericsson memory card management ........................................... 320
Accessory Class Report........................................................................ 322
Sony Ericsson global positioning system accessory ............................ 326
Sony Ericsson time information request ............................................... 326
Sony Ericsson memory card management ........................................... 327
Sony Ericsson Disable Keylock............................................................. 328
Accessory Class Report........................................................................ 330
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Result codes
*CPII
Call progress information ....................................................................... 41
+ILRR
+DR
*SEGUII
*SESFI
*SEAAI
+BVRA
+VGM
+VGS
+BSIR
+BINP
+GCLIP
+CME
+CR
+CRING
+CHSR
+CREG
+CLIP
*ELIP
*EOLP
+CCWA
+CSSI
+CSSU
+CCCM
*EDIF
+COLP
+CDIP
+CUSD
+CKEV
+CIEV
*ECAV
*STKI
*STKN
+CBM
+CMTI
+CMT
+CDS
+CGEV
+CGREG
+CALV
*EPEV
*EBCA
*SEFEXP
*SEMOD
*SEREDI
*SEAULSI
*SEFUNCI
*SEVOLI
*SEMMII
+ILRR result code .................................................................................. 52
Data compression indication ................................................................. 54
SEMC GUI indication ............................................................................. 78
SEMC session focus indication ............................................................. 80
SEMC menu item indication................................................................... 80
Bluetooth voice recognition activation indication .................................. 86
Gain of microphone indication ............................................................... 86
Gain of speaker indication ..................................................................... 86
Bluetooth setting of in-band ring tone indication................................... 87
Bluetooth input indication ...................................................................... 87
Graphical caller ID presentation............................................................. 88
Mobile equipment error result ................................................................ 92
Service reporting control........................................................................ 92
Call mode indication .............................................................................. 93
HSCSD parameters report result code ................................................ 103
Network registration............................................................................. 122
Calling line identification indication (ver. 2) .......................................... 123
Calling line alpha tag ............................................................................ 124
Connected line alpha tag ..................................................................... 125
Call waiting notification ........................................................................ 125
Supplementary service notification ...................................................... 125
Supplementary service notification ...................................................... 126
Advice of charge call meter notification............................................... 126
Divert function (ver. 2) .......................................................................... 127
Connected line identification indication ............................................... 129
Called line identification presentation .................................................. 129
CUSD indication................................................................................... 133
Keypad event ....................................................................................... 170
Indicator event ..................................................................................... 171
Call monitoring event ........................................................................... 171
SIM application toolkit command sent from SIM................................. 172
SIM application toolkit notify................................................................ 173
Received cell broadcast....................................................................... 189
New message indication ...................................................................... 190
Received message ............................................................................... 190
SMS status report ................................................................................ 190
GPRS event reporting .......................................................................... 216
Network registration reporting ............................................................. 217
Alarm event .......................................................................................... 227
PIN code event..................................................................................... 232
Indication algorithm status (ver. 1) ....................................................... 232
Flash auto exposure setting result code .............................................. 297
Camera mode indicator result code..................................................... 297
Red eye reduction result code ............................................................. 298
Audio line status result code................................................................ 298
Functionality status result code ........................................................... 298
Volume level result code ...................................................................... 298
Sony Ericsson Multimedia Information Indication................................ 299
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*SEAVRCI
*SETIRI
*SETIRI
Sony Ericsson audio video remote control indication.......................... 299
Time Information Request Indicator..................................................... 320
Time Information Request Indicator..................................................... 329
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AT commands
Ensemble C2: Control and identification
Commands
AT
Attention command
Description:
Checks the communication between the phone and any accessory.
Determines the presence of a phone.
Execution
command:
AT
AT*
List all supported AT commands
Description:
Execution command causes the ME to return one or more lines of AT commands. The command is identical to AT+CLAC
Execution
command:
AT*
Response:
<AT Command1> [<CR> <LF> <AT Command2>[…]]
Test command:
AT*=? Test if command is supported
Parameter:
<AT Command>:
<AT Commandn>
Description
AT ...
AT command
ATZ
Restore to user profile (ver. 2)
Description:
Instructs the DCE to set all parameters to their default values as specified
by the user. It uploads a set of parameters set by AT&W. This may include
taking into consideration the settings of hardware configuration switches
or non-volatile parameter storage (if implemented). If AT&W is not used,
ATZ gives the same effect as AT&F and ATZ can be interpreted as ATH&F.
Execution
command:
ATZ
Extended format
command:
ATZ=<profile>
Test command:
ATZ=? Shows if the command is supported.
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Test command
response:
Z: (list of supported <profile>s)
Parameter:
<profile>:
<profile>
Description
0
User profile to restore
AT&F
Set to factory-defined configuration (ver. 2)
Description:
Instructs the DCE to set all parameters to default values specified by the
manufacturer, which may take in consideration hardware configuration
and other manufacturer-defined criteria.
Execution
command:
AT&F[=<profile>]
Test command:
AT&F=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
&F: (list of supported <profile>s)
Parameter:
<profile>:
<profile>
Description
0
Resets all settings to factory defaults
ATI
Identification information (ver. 3)
Description:
Causes the DCE to transmit one or more lines of information text, determined by the manufacturer, followed by a final result code. The <value>
parameter may optionally be used to select among multiple types of identifying information, specified by the manufacturer.
This command provides compatibility with Microsoft Windows 95.
Execution
command:
ATI[<value>]
Execution command
response:
<information>
Parameters:
<value>:
<value>
Description
0
Same information as AT+GMM command (model
identification)
1
Software ID
3
Modem model description
5
Active settings
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<value>
Description
7
Modem configuration profile (brief listing of the
modem functionality: fax classes, Bluetooth, IrDA,
modem type, and so on)
8
DCE hardware type version
9
PnP (Plug and Play) information
10
Same information as AT+GMI command
(manufacturer identification)
<information>
Description
string type
The total number of characters, including line
terminators, in the information text returned in
response to this command may not exceed 2048
characters.
Note: The information text may not contain the
sequence “0” or “OK”, so that DTE can avoid false
detection of the end of this information text
<information>:
AT&W
Store user profile
Description:
Stores the current user profile to non-volatile storage.
Execution
command:
AT&W[<pr>]
Test command:
AT&W=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
&W: (list of supported <pr>s)
Parameter:
<pr>:
<pr>
Description
0
Stores current settings in User Profile 0
AT+CLAC
List all available AT commands
Description:
Causes the ME to return one or more lines of AT commands.
Note: Only commands available to the user are returned.
Execution
command:
AT+CLAC
Response:
<AT Command1> [<CR> <LF> <AT Command2>[…]]
Test command:
AT+CLAC=? Test if command is supported
Parameter:
<AT Command>:
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<AT Commandn>
Description
AT ...
Defines the AT command including the prefix AT
AT+CGMI
Request manufacturer identification (ver. 1)
Description:
Causes the phone to return one or more lines of information text
<manufacturer>, determined by the phone manufacturer, which is
intended to permit the user of the ITAE/ETAE to identify the manufacturer
of the phone to which it is connected to. Typically, the text will consist of a
single line containing the name of the manufacturer, but manufacturers
may choose to provide more information if desired.
Execution
command:
AT+CGMI
Execution command
response:
<manufacturer>
Test command:
AT+CGMI=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<manufacturer>:
<manufacturer>
Function
Sony Ericsson
Manufacturer name. The total number of
characters, including line terminators, in the
information text may not exceed 2048 characters.
Text must not contain the sequence 0<CR> or
OK<CR>
AT+CGMM
Request model identification
Description:
Causes the phone to return one or more lines of information text <model>,
determined by the phone manufacturer, which is intended to permit the
user of the ITAE/ETAE to identify the specific model of the phone to which
it is connected to. Typically, the text will consist of a single line containing
the name of the product, but manufacturers may choose to provide more
information if desired.
Execution
command:
AT+CGMM
Execution command
response:
<model>
Test command:
AT+CGMM=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<model>:
<model>
Description
String
Example: AAB1022011-BV
A unique 10-character ASCII string, padded with
space if needed. The response may include blank
characters
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AT+CGMR
Request revision identification
Description:
Causes the phone to return a string containing information regarding SW
version.
Execution
command:
AT+CGMR
Execution command
response:
<revision>
Test command:
AT+CGMR=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<revision>:
<revision>
Description
String
An ASCII string containing software revision plus
KRC number
AT+CGSN
Request product serial number identification
Description:
Returns the IMEI number of the phone.
Execution
command:
AT+CGSN
Execution command
response:
+CGSN:<sn>
Test command:
AT+CGSN=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<sn>:
<sn>
Description
string
Contains the phone IMEI
AT+GCAP
Request modem capabilities list
Description:
Returns a list of valid modem command prefixes.
Execution
command:
AT+GCAP
Execution command
response:
+GCAP: (list of supported <capability>s)
Test command:
AT+GCAP=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<capability>:
<capability>
Description
+CGSM
GSM commands
+FCLASS
Facsimile class 1 and 2 commands
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<capability>
Description
+DS
V.42 bis compression
AT+GMI
Request manufacturer information
Description:
Causes the DCE to transmit one or more lines of information text,
determined by the manufacturer, which is intended to permit the user of
the DCE to identify the manufacturer. Typically, the text will consist of a
single line containing the name of the manufacturer, but manufacturers
may choose to provide more information if desired, for example, address,
telephone number for customer service, and so on).
Execution
command:
AT+GMI
Execution command
response:
<manufacturer>
Test command:
AT+GMI=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<manufacturer>:
Example:
<manufacturer>
Description
string
The total number of characters, including line terminators, in the information text returned in response
to this command may not exceed 2048 characters.
Note: The information text must not contain the
sequence 0 <CR> or OK<CR>, so that DTE can
avoid false detection of the end of this information
text
AT+GMI
Sony Ericsson
OK
AT+GMI=?
OK
AT+GMM
Request model identification
Description:
Causes the DCE to transmit one or more lines of information text,
determined by the manufacturer, which is intended to permit the user of
the DCE to identify the specific model of device. Typically, the text will
consist of a single line containing the name of the product, but
manufacturers may choose to provide any information desired.
Execution
command:
AT+GMM
Execution command
response:
<model>
Test command:
AT+GMM=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
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<model>:
<model>
Description
String
The total number of characters, including line termiExample:
nators, in the information text returned in response
Sony Ericsson K750i to this command may not exceed 2048 characters.
Note: The information text must not contain the
sequence “0 <CR>” or “OK<CR>”, so that DTE can
avoid false detection of the end of this information
text. The command returns the phone model
number
AT+GMR
Request revision identification
Description:
Causes the DCE to transmit one or more lines of information text, determined by the manufacturer, which is intended to permit the user of the
DCE to identify the version, revision level or date, or other pertinent information of the device. Typically, the text will consist of a single line containing the version of the product, but manufacturers may choose to provide
any information desired.
The response of this command is equal to that of the AT+CGMR command
Execution
command:
AT+GMR
Execution command
response:
<revision>
Test command:
AT+GMR=? Shows if the command is supported
Parameter:
<revision>:
<revision>
Description
String (ASCII)
The total number of characters, including line terminators, in the information text returned in response
to this command may not exceed 2048 characters.
Note: The information text must not contain the
sequence “0<CR>” or “OK<CR>”, so that the DTE
can avoid false detection of the end of this information text
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Ensemble C3: Call control
Commands
ATA
Answer incoming call command (ver. 2)
Description:
Answers and initiates a connection to an incoming call.
Execution
command:
ATA
Possible responses:
CONNECT
CONNECT <text>
<text>
Description
28800
Connected with data bit rate of 28800 bps (HSCSD)
19200
Connected with data bit rate of 19200 bps (HSCSD)
14400
Connected with data bit rate of 14400 bps (HSCSD)
9600
Connected with data bit rate of 9600 bps
4800
Connected with data bit rate of 4800 bps
2400
Connected with data bit rate of 2400 bps
NO CARRIER
The mobile phone is not registered.
ERROR
If ATA is unsuccessfully executed by the phone.
ATH
Hook control (ver. 2)
Description:
Signals the MS to terminate an active call.
Execution
command:
ATH
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ATD
Dial command (ver. 5)
Description:
Initiates a phone connection, which may be data or voice (phone number
terminated by semicolon). The phone number used to establish the connection consists of digits and modifiers or a stored number specification.
It is also possible to initiate a phone connection with the use of the alphanumeric field for a phonebook entry location or by the use of the entry
location, <n>, itself.
AT+CPBS is the recommended command to select memory storage.
Note: Only phone and SM (SIM Memory) storage are supported by ATD.
If the dial string is followed by a semicolon, this informs the phone that the
number is a voice rather than a data number.
If the dial string is omitted but the semicolon included the command
instructs the phone to do a network detect. If the network is available,
“OK” is returned.
Aborting an ATD command is accomplished by the transmission from the
DTE to the DCE of any character. A single character is sufficient to abort
the command in progress. However, characters transmitted during the first
125 milliseconds after transmission of the termination character are
ignored to allow for the DTE to append additional control characters, such
as line feed after the command line termination character.
Execution
command:
ATD[<dial_string>][I][G][;]
Originates a call and dials the phone number specified in the command as
<dial_string> or does a network detect.
ATD>ME<n>[I][G][;]
Dials the phone number stored in phone memory and is located by the
index <n>.
ATD>SM<n>[I][G][;]
Dials the phone number stored on the SIM card and is located by the index
<n>.
ATD>LD<n>[I][G][;]
Dials the phone number stored in the Last dialled number list on the SIM
card and is located by the index <n>. The most recently dialled number is
assumed to have <n>=”1”.
ATD><str>[I][G][;]
Originates a call to the phone number corresponding to the alphanumeric
field <str>. If possible, all available memories are searched for the correct
entry.
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ATD><n>[I][G][;]
Originates call to phone number in entry location <n>. The AT+CPBS
command setting is recommended to be used to select memory storage.
Note: Only phone and SM memory storages are supported by ATD.
ATDL[I][G][;]
Re-dials the last phone number dialled.
Execution command
response:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
CONNECT
CONNECT <text>
NO CARRIER
ERROR
NO DIAL TONE
BUSY
OK
Parameters:
<dial_string>:
<dial_string>
Description
“0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 * Valid characters for origination
# + A B C”
D
The D modifier is ignored but is included only for
compatibility purposes
W
The W modifier is ignored but is included only for
compatibility purposes
,
The comma modifier is ignored but is included only
for compatibility purposes
T
The T modifier is ignored but is included only for
compatibility purposes
P
The P modifier is ignored but is included only for
compatibility purposes
!
The ! modifier is ignored but is included only for
compatibility purposes
@
The @ modifier is ignored but is included only for
compatibility purposes
<Final Result Code>:
<Final Result Code> Description
CONNECT
Connection is successfully established. Only valid
for data connections
CONNECT <text>
Connection is successfully established. Only valid
for data connections
NO CARRIER
Unable to establish a connection or the connection
attempt was aborted by the user
ERROR
An unexpected error occurred while trying to
establish the connection
NO DIALTONE
The mobile phone is being used for a voice call or is
not within coverage of the network
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<Final Result Code> Description
BUSY
The phone number called is engaged. Valid for data
and voice connections
OK
Only valid for voice connections
<text>
Description
28800
Connected with data bit rate of 28800 bps (HSCSD)
19200
Connected with data bit rate of 19200 bps (HSCSD)
14400
Connected with data bit rate of 14400 bps (HSCSD)
9600
Connected with data bit rate of 9600 bps
4800
Connected with data bit rate of 4800 bps
2400
Connected with data bit rate of 2400 bps
<str>
Description
string type
String type value, which should be equal to an
alphanumeric field in a phonebook entry in the
searched memories.
Note: The character specifying which number in the
contact entry that should be used must be included
in the string. “/H” stands for home number, “/M” for
mobile number, and so on.
The character set used should be the one selected
with AT+CSCS
<Character>
Description
I or i
Overrides the CLIR supplementary service subscription default value for this call.
I = invocation (restrict CLI presentation) and i = suppression (allow CLI presentation). See AT+CLIR
G or g
Controls the CUG supplementary service information for this call.
G = enable CUG supplementary service and g =
disable CUG supplementary service
<text>:
<str>:
[I] [G]:
ATO
Return to online data mode
Description:
Switch from online command mode to online data mode during an active
call. Returns ERROR when not in online command mode.
Execution
command:
ATO[<value>]
Parameter:
<value>:
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<value>
Description
0
Returns from online command state to online data
state
AT+CVHU
Voice hangup control
Description:
Selects whether ATH or “drop DTR” will cause a voice connection to be
disconnected or not. “Voice connection” may also refer to alternating
mode calls that are currently in voice mode.
Note: When <mode> = 2, this command must be used in conjunction with
the V.25ter, Serial Asynchronous Automatic Dialing and Control, command
&D. Otherwise &D is ignored.
Set command:
AT+CVHU=[<mode>]
Read command:
AT+CVHU? Displays the current <mode> setting.
Test command:
AT+CVHU=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CVHU (list of supported <mode>s)
Parameter:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
0
“Drop DTR” is ignored but OK response given. ATH
disconnects the call
1
“Drop DTR” and ATH are ignored but OK response
is given
2
“Drop DTR” behaves according to &D setting. ATH
disconnects the call
AT+CLCC
List current calls
Description:
Returns the list of current calls. If command succeeds but no calls are
available, no information response is sent to TE.
Execution
command:
AT+CLCC=[<mode>]
Execution command
response:
[+CLCC:
<id1>,<dir>,<stat>,<mode>,<mpty>[,<number>,<type>[,<alpha>[,<priority
>]]] [<CR><LF>
+CLCC:
<id2>,<dir>,<stat>,<mode>,<mpty>[,<number>,<type>[,<alpha>[,<priority
>]]]
[...]]]
Test command:
AT+CLCC=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<idx>:
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<idx>
Description
Integer
Call identification number as described in 3GPP TS
22.030. This number can be used in AT+CHLD
command operations
<dir>
Description
0
Mobile originated (MO) call
1
Mobile terminated (MT) call
<stat>
Description
0
Active
1
Held
2
Dialling (MO call)
3
Alerting (MO call)
4
Incoming (MT call)
5
Waiting (MT call)
<mode>
Description
0
Voice
1
Data
2
Fax
9
Unknown
<mpty>
Description
0
Call is not one of multiparty (conference) call parties
1
Call is one of multiparty (conference) call parties
<number>
Description
String type
String type phone number in the format specified
by <type>
<type>
Description
Integer format
Type of address octet
(refer to GSM 04.08 section 10.5.4.7)
128
Unknown numbering plan, national/international
number unknown
129
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national/
international unknown
<dir>:
<stat>:
<mode>:
<mpty>:
<number>:
<type>:
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<type>
Description
145
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, international
number
161
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national number
128–255
Other values refer to GSM 04.08 section 10.5.4.7
<alpha>
Description
String
Alphanumeric representation of <number>
corresponding to the entry found in the phonebook.
The used character set should be the one selected
with command AT+CSCS
<priority>
Description
Integer
Optional digit type parameter indicating the eMLPP
priority level of the call. Values are specified in
3GPP TS 22.067
0–4
Valid values
<alpha>:
<priority>:
AT*CPI
Call progress information
Description:
Activates or deactivates unsolicited result code
*CPI:<cId>,<msgType>,<ibt>,<tch>[,<dir>][,<mode>][,<number>][,<ton>]
in the ME.
Read command reports current <n> setting and current radio access technology used.
Set command:
AT*CPI=<n>
Read command:
AT*CPI?
Read command
response:
*CPI:<n>
Test command:
AT*CPI=? Test if the command is supported
Test command
response:
*CPI: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameters:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
0
*CPI reporting disabled. Default value
1
*CPI reporting enabled with short list of parameters:
<cId>,<msgType>,<ibt>,<tch>
2
*CPI reporting enabled with extended parameter
set
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Unsolicited result code
*CPII
Call progress information
Description:
Enabled by AT*CPI.
Unsolicited result
code:
*CPI: <cId>,<msgType>,<ibt>,<tch>[,<dir>[,<mode>[,<number>[,<ton>]]]]
Parameters:
<cld>:
<msgType>:
<ibt>:
<tch>:
<dir>:
<mode>:
<cld>
Description
Integer
Call identification number as described in 3GPP TS
22.030
Integer
<msgType>
Description
0
Setup message
1
Disconnect message
2
Alert message
3
Call proceeding message
6
Call connected message
Integer
<ibt>
Description
0
No in-band tones
1
In-band tones
Integer
<tch>
Description
0
TCH not assigned
1
TCH assigned
Integer
<dir>
Description
0
Mobile originated call
1
Mobile terminated call
Integer
<mode>
Description
0
Voice
1
Data
<number>:
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<ton>:
<cld>
Description
String type
Phone number of format specified by <ton>
Integer. Type of address octet (refer GSM 04.08 section 10.5.4.7).
<ton>
Description
129
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national/
international unknown. Default value if “+” is not
in <sca>
145
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, international
number. Default value if “+” is in <sca>
161
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national number
128–255
Other values refer GSM 04.08 section 10.5.4.7
Ensemble C4: Interface commands
Commands
ATE
Command echo (ver. 2)
Description:
Determines if the DCE echoes characters received from the DTE during
command state and online command state.
Set command:
ATE[<value>]
Read command:
ATE? Displays the current <value> setting.
Test command:
ATE=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
E: (list of supported <value>s)
Parameter:
<value>:
<value>
Description
0
DCE does not echo characters during command
state and online command state
1
DCE echoes characters during command state and
online command state. Default value
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ATS0
Automatic answer control
Description:
Defines the automatic answering feature of the modem. A non-zero value
specifies the number of rings before the call is answered.
Note: The call always answers in the current fax class, regardless of
whether the incoming call is voice, data or fax.
Set command:
ATS0=[<rcnt>]
Read command:
ATS0? Displays the current <rcnt> setting.
Test command:
ATS0=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
S0: (list of supported <rcnt>s)
Parameter:
<rcnt>:
<rcnt>
Description
0
Disable automatic answer. Default value
1–7
Answer after the specified number of rings
ATS2
Escape sequence character
Description:
Defines the character to be used as the escape sequence character when
switching from online data mode to online command mode.
Set command:
ATS2=[<esc>]
Parameter:
<esc>:
<esc>
Description
0–255
Supported values.
Note: If the <esc> parameter is set to a value in the
range 128–255, the escape sequence detection is
disabled
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Escape sequence character = “+”. Default value
ATS3
Command line termination character (ver. 3)
Description:
This S-parameter represents the decimal IA5 value of the character recognised by the DCE from the DTE to terminate an incoming command line. It
is also generated by the DCE as part of the header, trailer and terminator
for result codes and information text, along with the S4 parameter.
The previous value of S3 is used to determine the command line termination character for entry of the command line containing the S3 setting
command. However, the result code issued will use the value of S3 as set
during the processing of the command line. For example, if S3 was previously set to 13 and the command line “ATS3=30” is issued, the command
line will be terminated with a <CR> character (IA5 0/13), but the result
code issued will use the character with the ordinal value 30 (IA5 2/14) in
place of the <CR>.
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Set command:
ATS3=<value>
Read command:
ATS3? Displays the current <value> setting.
Test command:
ATS3=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
S3: (list of supported <value>s)
Parameter:
<value>:
<value>
Description
0–127
Supported values
13
Command line termination character = <CR>.
Default value
ATS4
Response formatting character (ver. 3)
Description:
This S-parameter represents the decimal IA5 value of the character generated by the DCE as part of the header, trailer and terminator for result
codes and information text, along with the S3 parameter.
If the value of S4 is changed in a command line, the result code issued in
response to that command line will use the new value of S4.
Set command:
ATS4=<value>
Read command:
ATS4? Displays the current <value> setting.
Test command:
ATS4=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
S4: (list of supported <value>s)
Parameter:
<value>:
<value>
Description
0–127
Supported values
10
Formatting character = <LF>.
Default value
ATS5
Command line editing character (ver. 3)
Description:
This S-parameter represents the decimal IA5 value of the character recognised by the DCE as a request to delete from the command line the immediately preceding character.
Set command:
ATS5=<value>
Read command:
ATS5? Displays the current <value> setting.
Test command:
ATS5=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
S5: (list of supported <value>s)
Parameter:
<value>:
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<value>
Description
0–127
Supported values
8
Editing character = <BS> (Backspace). Default
value
ATS7
Completion connection timeout
Description:
Defines the maximum time allowed between completion of dialling and the
connection being established. If this time is exceeded, the connection is
aborted.
Set command:
ATS7=[<tmo>]
Read command:
ATS7? Displays the current <tmo> setting.
Test command:
ATS7=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
S7: (list of supported <tmo>s)
Parameter:
<tmo>:
<tmo>
Description
1–255
Possible timeout values in seconds
50
Timeout value in seconds. Default value
ATS10
Automatic disconnect delay control
Description:
Specifies the amount of time the DCE will remain connected to the line
after the absence of received line signal.
Note: For mobile phones this is not applicable and the command is
ignored by the TE. This command is included for compatibility reasons
only.
Set command:
ATS10=[<value>]
Read command:
ATS10? Displays the current <value> setting.
Test command:
ATS10=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
S10: (list of supported <value>s)
Parameter:
<value>:
<value>
Description
1–254
Delay, specified in tenths of a second
2
Remains connected for two tenths of a second.
Default value
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ATQ
Result code suppression (ver. 2)
Description:
The setting of this parameter determines whether or not the DCE transmits
result codes to the DTE. When result codes are being suppressed, no
portion of any intermediate, final or unsolicited result code (header, result
text, line terminator or trailer) is transmitted.
Set command:
ATQ[=]<value>
Read command:
ATQ? Displays the current <value> setting.
Read command
response:
Q: <value>
Test command:
ATQ=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
Q: (list of supported <value>s)
Parameter:
<value>:
<value>
Description
0
DCE transmits result codes. Default value
1
Result codes are suppressed and not transmitted
ATV
DCE response mode (ver. 2)
Description:
Selects either verbose or numeric response codes.
Set command:
ATV[=]<value>
Read command:
ATV? Displays the current <value> setting.
Read command
response:
V: <value>
Test command:
ATV=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
V: (list of supported <value>s)
Parameter:
<value>:
<value>
Description
0
Display numeric result code
1
Display verbose result code. Default value
Result code (ATV1) Result code (ATV0) Description
OK
0
Acknowledges execution of a
command
CONNECT
1
A connection has been
established. The DCE is
moving from command state
to online data state
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Result code (ATV1) Result code (ATV0) Description
RING
2
The DCE has detected an
incoming call from the
network
NO CARRIER
3
The connection has been
terminated or the attempt to
establish a connection failed
ERROR
4
Command not recognised,
command line maximum
length exceeded, parameter
value invalid or other problem
with processing the
command line
NO DIALTONE
6
No dial tone detected.
BUSY
7
Engaged (busy) signal
detected
NO ANSWER
8
“@” (Wait for Quiet Answer)
dial modifier was used, but
remote ringing followed by
five seconds of silence was
not detected before
expiration of the connection
timer, S7
ATX
Call progress monitoring control
Description:
Defines the format of the CONNECT message and if the BUSY and NO
DIALTONE result codes will be used during a data call setup.
Not applicable for voice calls.
Set command:
ATX=[<n>] or ATX[<n>]
Read command:
ATX? Displays the current <n> setting.
X:<n>
Test command:
ATX=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
X: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameter:
<n>:
<n>
Description
0
Neither BUSY nor NO DIALTONE result code is
given. No line speed reported together with
CONNECT result code
1
As for <n>=0, but reports line speed together with
CONNECT result code
2
BUSY result code is not given. NO DIALTONE result
code returned if no network. Reports line speed
together with CONNECT result code
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<n>
Description
3
BUSY result code given if called line is busy. NO
DIALTONE result code is not given. Reports line
speed together with the CONNECT result code
4
BUSY result code given if called line is busy. NO
DIALTONE result code returned if no network.
Reports line speed together with CONNECT result
code. Default value
AT&C
Circuit 109 (DCD) control
Description:
Determines the behaviour of the carrier detect signal (CT109).
Set command:
AT&C[=][<value>]
Read command:
AT&C? Displays the current <value> setting.
Read command
response:
&C: <value>
Test command:
AT&C=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
&C: (list of supported <value>s)
Parameter:
<value>:
<value>
Description
0
DCD always on
1
DCD follows the connection. Default value
AT&D
Circuit 108 (DTR) response
Description:
Controls how the DCE responds when the Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
signal (ct 108.2) is changed from on to off condition.
Set command:
AT&D[=][<value>]
Read command:
AT&D? Displays the current <value> setting.
Read command
response:
&D: <value>
Test command:
AT&D=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
&D: (list of supported <value>s)
Parameter:
<value>:
<value>
Description
0
Ignore. Default value
1
When in online data mode: Switch to online
command mode. All other states: Disconnect and
switch to offline command mode
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<value>
Description
2
Disconnect and switch to offline command mode
AT+IFC
Cable interface DTE-DCE local flow control
Description:
Defines the flow control between the modem and the computer when in
online data mode. No flow control is enabled in any of the command
modes.
Set command:
AT+IFC=[<by_te>,[<by_ta>]]
Read command:
AT+IFC? Displays the current <by_te> and <by_ta> settings.
Read command
response:
+IFC: <by_te>,<by_ta>
Test command:
AT+IFC=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+IFC: (list of supported <by_te>s),(list of supported <by_ta>s)
Parameters:
<by_te>:
<by_te>
Description
0
No flow control on DTE
1
Xon/Xoff flow control on DCE. Control characters
are removed by the DCE interface
2
RTS flow control on DCE. Default value
3
Xon/Xoff flow control on DCE. Control characters
are passed to the remote DCE/DTE
<DTE_by_DCE>
Description
0
No flow control on DCE
1
Xon/Xoff flow control on DTE
2
CTS flow control on DCE. Default value
<DTE_by_DCE>:
AT+ICF
Cable interface character format (ver. 2)
Description:
This extended-format compound parameter is used to determine the local
serial port start/stop (asynchronous) character framing that the DCE will
use while accepting DTE commands and while transmitting information
text and result code, if this is not automatically determined. AT+IPR=0
forces +ICF=0 (see AT+IPR).
Note: Only applicable for RS-232, dummy command on IrDA and USB.
Set command:
AT+ICF=[<format>[,<parity>]
Read command:
AT+ICF? Displays the current <format> and <parity> settings.
Read command
response:
+ICF: <format>,<parity>
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Test command:
AT+ICF=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+ICF: (list of supported <format>s),(list of supported <parity>s)
Parameters:
<format>:
<parity>:
Determines the number of data bits, parity bits and stop bits in the start/
stop frame.
<format>
Description
0
Auto-detect
1
8 Data bits, 2 Stop bits
2
8 Data bits, 1 Parity bit, 1 Stop bit
3
8 Data bits, 1 Stop bit. Default value
4
7 Data bits, 2 Stop bits
5
7 Data bits, 1 Parity bit, 1 Stop bit
6
7 Data bits, 1 Stop bit
Determines how the parity bit is generated and checked, if present.
<parity>
Description
0
Odd
1
Even
2
Mark
3
Space, Default value
AT+IPR
Cable interface port rate
Description:
This numeric extended-format parameter specifies the data rate at which
the DCE will accept commands, in addition to 1200 bit/s or 9600 bit/s (as
required in v25ter subclause 4.3). It may be used to select operation at
rates at which the DCE is not capable of automatically detecting the data
rate being used by the DTE.
Specifying a value of 0 disables the function and allows operation only at
rates automatically detectable by the DCE. The specified rate takes effect
following the issuance of any result code(s) associated with the current
command line.
Note: Only applicable for RS-232, dummy command on IrDA and USB.
Set command:
AT+IPR=[<rate>]
Read command:
AT+IPR? Displays the current <rate> setting.
Test command:
AT+IPR=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+IPR: (list of supported auto detectable <rate>s)[,(list of fixed-only
<rate>s)].
Parameter:
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<rate>:
The <rate> value specified will be the rate in bits per second at which the
DTE-DCE interface should operate, for example, “19200” or “115200”.
If unspecified or set to 0, automatic detection is selected for the range
determined by v25ter, subclause 4.3 and the character format is also
forced to autodetect, (AT+ICF=0).
<rate> (bps)
Autodetect possible
Manual setting possible
0
Yes
Default value
Yes
300
Yes
Yes
600
Yes
Yes
1200
Yes
Yes
2400
Yes
Yes
3600
Yes
Yes
4800
Yes
Yes
7200
Yes
Yes
9600
Yes
Yes
14400
Yes
Yes
19200
Yes
Yes
28800
Yes
Yes
38400
Yes
Yes
57600
Yes
Yes
115200
Yes
Yes
230400
Yes
Yes
460800
Yes
Yes
AT+ILRR
Cable interface local rate reporting
Description:
Specifies whether or not the +ILRR intermediate result code is transmitted
from the DCE to the DTE. The <rate> reported represents the current
(negotiated or renegotiated) DTE-DCE rate. If enabled, the intermediate
result code is transmitted after any modulation, error control or data compression reports are transmitted and before any final result code, for
example, CONNECT is transmitted. The <rate> is applied after the final
result code is transmitted.
The DTE-DCE port rate will change only if neither buffered mode nor error
controlled means are enabled (+ES=x,0) and if the negotiated carrier rate
(+MRR) does not match the current DTE-DCE port rate (set by +IPR command or autodetected from the previous command line).
Set command:
AT+ILRR=<value>
Read command:
AT+ILRR? Displays the current <value> setting.
Test command:
AT+ILRR=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+ILRR: (list of supported auto detectable <value>s)
Parameter:
<value>:
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<value>
Description
0
Disables reporting of local port rate. (+ILRR: is not
transmitted) Default value
1
Enables reporting of local port rate. (+ILRR: is
transmitted)
Intermediate result codes
+ILRR
+ILRR result code
Description:
Reports cable interface speed and represents the current DTE-DCE rate.
This response is enabled by AT+ILRR.
Intermediate result
code:
+ILRR: <rate>[,rx_rate>]
Parameter:
<rate>
<rate>
Description
Numeric
See command AT+IPR for possible values of <rate>
<rx_rate>
Description
Numeric
Same coding as <rate>, used in case RX rate is
different from TX rate
<rx_rate>
Ensemble C6: Data compression
Commands
AT+DS
Data compression (ver. 3)
Description:
Controls the V.42 bis data compression function, if provided in the phone.
Note: This command is only applicable to CS (Circuit Switched) data calls.
Set command:
AT+DS=[<direction>[,<compression_negotiation>[,<max_dict>[,<maxstring>]]]]
Read command:
AT+DS? Displays the current <direction>, <compression_negotiation>,
<max_dict> and <max_string> settings.
Test command:
AT+DS=? Shows if the command is supported.
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Test command
response:
+DS: (list of supported <direction>s),(list of supported
<compression_negotiation>s),(list of supported <max_dict>s),(list of
supported <max_string>s)
Parameters:
<direction>:
<compression_
negotiation>:
Specifies the desired direction(s) of operation of the data compression
function from the TE point of view.
<direction>
Description
0
Disable V.42 bis
1
Enable V.42 bis in transmit direction only
2
Enable V.42 bis in receive direction only
3
Enable V.42 bis compression in both directions.
Default value
Specifies if the phone should continue to operate if the desired result is not
obtained.
<compression_nego Description
tiation>
<max_dict>:
<max_string>:
0
Do not disconnect if compression is not negotiated
according to direction. Default value
1
Disconnect if compression is not negotiated
according to direction
Maximum number of dictionary entries to be negotiated.
<max_dict>
Description
512 to 2048
Maximum dictionary size
Note: Must be given in multiples of 512
1024
Default value
Maximum string length to be negotiated.
<max_string>
Description
6 to 250
Maximum string length
32
Default value
AT+DR
Data compression reporting
Description:
Controls whether or not the extended-format +DR intermediate result
code is transmitted from the phone to the terminal equipment.The +DR:
<type> reported represents the current (negotiated or renegotiated) TAETE data compression type.
If enabled, the intermediate result code is transmitted after error control
negotiation (handshaking), when the TAE has determined which data compression technique will be used (if any) and the direction of operation.
Note: This command is only applicable to CS (Circuit Switched) data calls.
Set command:
AT+DR=<value>
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Read command:
AT+DR? Displays the current <value> setting.
Test command:
AT+DR=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+DR: (list of supported <values>s)
Parameter:
<value>:
<value>
Description
0
Intermediate compression mode reporting disabled.
Default value
1
Intermediate compression mode reporting enabled
Intermediate result codes
+DR
Data compression indication
Description:
Data compression report. Enabled by using AT+DR.
Intermediate result
code:
+DR: <type>
Parameter:
<type>:
<type>
Description
NONE
No data compression negotiated
V42B
V.42 bis data compression negotiated
V42B RD
V.42 bis half duplex compression negotiated on
received data
V42B TD
V.42 bis half duplex compression negotiated on
transmitted data
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Ensemble C9: Mode management
Commands
AT+WS46
Mode selection
Description:
Allows an accessory to query and control the cellular protocol mode of a
multimode phone.
AT+WS46=<n> allows an accessory to set the cellular protocol mode of a
multimode phone. The setting remains in effect until another
AT+WS46=<n> command is issued, the phone is reset, a call is terminated
or the phone itself makes a mode change.
Note: Not all cellular protocol modes can be set via AT+WS46=<n>.
ERROR is returned if an attempt is made to set an MS into a mode that
cannot be set via the system bus.
Supported values of <n> are unique for every Sony Ericsson phone product. Any procedures needed to change from the old to the new mode must
complete prior to generation of the OK result code.
Set command:
AT+WS46=<n>
Read command:
AT+WS46? Displays the current <n> setting.
Test command:
AT+WS46=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
WS46: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameter:
<n>:
Supported values differ between phone models.
<n>
Description
12
GSM Digital Cellular. This value is used for GSM at
900 Mhz, DCS-1800 and PCS-1900 phones
22
Wideband CDMA.
This parameter is used by 3G phones
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Ensemble C18: Fax class 1
Commands
AT+FCLASS
Select mode
Description:
Puts the TA into a particular mode of operation (data, fax, voice, and so
on). This causes the TAE to process information in a manner suitable for
that type of information.
Reset + hangup on failed ATA sets mode to class 0, data mode.
Execution
command:
AT+FCLASS=<n>
Read command:
AT+FCLASS?
Read command
response:
<n> Show list of supported services
Test command:
AT+FCLASS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
(list of supported <n>s)
Parameter:
<n>:
<n>
Description
0
Data modem
Ensemble C20: Audio control
Commands
AT*ECBP
CHF button pushed (ver. 2)
Description:
This command is used by the cordless handsfree (CHF) to indicate to the
phone that a button on the CHF has been pushed.
Action command:
AT*ECBP[=<button>[,<time>]]
Test command:
AT*ECBP=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*ECBP: (list of supported <button>s),(list of supported <time>s)
Parameters:
<button>:
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<button>
Description
1
Button pressed on HBH-10 handsfree.
Default value
2
First (“YES”) button pressed on HBH-20 handsfree
3
Second (“NO”) button pressed on HBH-20
handsfree
<time>
Description
1
Short press. Default value
2
Long press
<time>:
Ensemble C25: GSM 07.10
Commands
AT+CMUX
Switch to 07.10 multiplexer (ver. 2)
Description:
Turns on the 07.10 multiplexer.
Set command:
AT+CMUX=<transparency>[,<subset>[,<port_speed>[,<N1>[,<T1>[,<N2>
[,<T2>[,<T3>[,<k>]]]]]]]]
Read command:
AT+CMUX? Displays the current <transparency>, <subset>,
<port_speed>, <N1>, <T1>, <N2>, <T2>,<T3> and [<k>] settings.
Read command
response
Test command:
Test command
response:
+CMUX:<transparency>,<subset>,<port_speed>,<N1>,<T1>,<N2>,<T2>,
<T3>[,<k>]
AT+CMUX=? Shows if the command is supported.
+CMUX: (list of supported <transparency>s),(list of supported
<subset>s),(list of supported <port_speed>s),(list of supported <N1>s),(list
of supported <T1>s),(list of supported <N2>s),(list of supported
<T2>s),(list of supported <T3>s), (list of supported <k>)
Parameters:
<transparency>:
<transparency>
Description
0
No transparency. Default value
<subset>
Description
0
Only UIH frames used. Default value
<subset>:
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<port_speed>:
<port_speed>
Description
1
9600 bps
2
19200 bps
3
38400 bps
4
57600 bps
5
115200 bps
6
230400 bit/s
7
460800 bit/s
<N1>
Description
31
Maximum frame size. Default value
<T1>
Description
10
100 ms acknowledgement timer. Default value
<N2>
Description
3
Maximum number of retransmissions.
Default value
<T2>
Description
30
300 ms control channel response timer.
Default value
<T3>
Description
10
10 s wake up response timer.
Default value
<N1>:
<T1>:
<N2>:
<T2>:
<T3>:
<k>:
This parameter is not used
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Ensemble C26: Accessory UI
Commands
AT*EINA
Ericsson system interface active
Description:
Returns the active interface, that is, the interface currently used for communication
Get command:
AT*EINA Get active interface
Get command
response:
*EINA: <interface>
Test command:
AT*EINA=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EINA: (list of supported <interface>s)
Parameters:
<interface>:
<interface>
Description
1
System connector
2
IR Not supported
3
Bluetooth
4
USB
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Ensemble C27: Accessory UI
Commands
AT*SEAM
Add menu item
Description:
Adds the persistent menu item to the phone menu structure and assigns a
category to this menu item. The menu is placed in one of the categories
specified by <category>. It is possible for an accessory to add a persistent
menu item to more than one category. This command should then be
called once for every new menu item. When the phone receives this AT
command, it must:
• Create the additional menu if it is not already present.
• Add an item with the text specified in <persistent menu item text>.
• Upon successful request, the phone answers with a <menu_ID>. This
ID is being used when sending unsolicited *SEAAI to the accessory.
• When the user selects the menu an unsolicited result code *SEAAI sent.
• If the phone receives a new persistent menu item when there already
exist a persistent menu the old menu item is deleted and a new
created.
• If the accessory is disconnected, the corresponding accessory menu
item is deleted. If there are no items in the additional menu the
additional menu is deleted.
Execution
command:
AT*SEAM=<persistent menu item text>[,<category>]
Execution command
response:
*SEAM:<menu_id>
Test command:
AT*SEAM=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<persistent_menu_ite
m_text>:
<persistent_menu_it Description
em_text>
String type
The menu item text in the additional menu
<category>
Description
<category>:
Integer type
0
Connectivity (placed directly under Connectivity)
1
Bluetooth
2
Entertainment
3
Messaging
4
Organiser
5
Settings – General
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<category>
Description
6
Settings – Sounds and alarms
7
Settings – Display
8
Settings – Calls
9
Multimedia
10
Imaging
11
Phonebook
12
Applications (downloaded applications)
13
Accessories. Default value
14–256
Reserved for further use
<menu_id>
Description
Integer type
The menu ID sent to the accessory
<menu_id>:
AT*SESAF
SEMC show and focus
Description:
Demands focus for a specific object with object index <object_index>.
Execution
command:
AT*SESAF=<object_index>[,<form>]
Test command:
AT*SESAF=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*SESAF: (list of supported <form>s)
Parameters:
<object_index>:
<object_index>
Description
Integer type
Index of the object for which focus is wanted
<form>
Description
Integer type
The object ID for the form in which the object is
placed
0
The object is not placed in a form. Default value
1–255
The object ID for the form
<form>:
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AT*SELERT
SEMC create alert (information text)
Description:
Displays an alert dialog via the phone UI. An alert is a dialog that shows
data to the user and waits for the user to respond to the information. An
alert can contain text (string) and an icon. Alerts inform the user about
errors and other exceptional conditions.
When calling AT*SELERT with a timeout (<alert_type> = 6) and the given
amount of time has elapsed, an unsolicited result code *SEGUII is sent to
the accessory.
The dialog is not be removed when the timeout has been reached. It is the
callers responsibility to listen to the unsolicited result code and act upon it.
If a user presses the left softkey (OK), *SEGUII is also sent.
To be able to use this command, a UI session has to be established. That
is, the AT command AT*SEUIS=1 has to be called before calling
AT*SELERT. An alert dialog is deleted if AT*SEDEL=<object_index> is
called or the UI session connected to the object is destroyed
(AT*SEUIS=0).
Set command:
With <alert_type> <= 5:
AT*SELERT=<alert_text>,<alert_type>,<show>[,<title>][,<time_out>]
[,<image>]
With <alert_type> = 6:
AT*SELERT=<alert_text>[,[<alert_type>],[<show>],[<timeout>]]
Set command
response:
*SELERT:<object_index>
Test command:
AT*SELERT=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
Range of general parameters:
*SELERT: ((list of supported <alert_type>s),(list of supported <show>s),(list
of supported <timeout>s),(list of supported <icon_id>s)
Parameters:
<title>:
<title>
Description
String
Title of the alert.
Note: Not valid for <alert_type> = 6 (Text feedback)
<alert_text>
Description
String
Text to be included in the alert
<alert_type>
Description
0
NONE
1
ALARM
An ALARM AlertType alerts the user to an event for
which the user has previously requested to be notified. For example, the message might say, “Staff
meeting in five minutes”
<alert_text>:
<alert_type>:
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<alert_type>
Description
2
CONFIRMATION
A CONFIRMATION AlertType confirms user actions.
For example, “Saved!” might be shown to indicate
that a Save operation has completed
3
ERROR
An ERROR AlertType alerts the user to an erroneous operation. For example, an error alert might
show the message, “There is not enough room to
install the application”
4
INFO
An INFO AlertType provides information to the user.
For example, a simple splash screen might be an
INFO AlertType
5
WARNING
A WARNING AlertType warns the user of a potentially dangerous operation. For example, the warning message may contain the text, “Warning: this
operation will erase your data”
6
TEXT FEEDBACK
A text feedback is a popup box with a message to
the user. Note: No <title> should be given
It is possible to set a timeout in the <timeout>
parameter
<icon_id>
Description
Integer
The specific ID number of the icon that should be
displayed
<object_index>
Description
Integer type
Index of the alert
<show>
Description
Integer type
Tells whether the GUI object will be visible on the
screen directly when created. If <show> = 0 then it
is possible to use the AT*SESAF command to
display the object later
0
Object will not be displayed when created
1
Object will be displayed when created
<image>:
<object_index>:
<show>:
<timeout>:
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<timeout>
Description
Integer type
Timeout telling how long the text feedback should
be displayed. Value given in ms. 0 (zero) value gives
infinite time.
Note: Only valid for <alert_type> = 6 (Text feedback)
AT*SESTRI
SEMC create string Input
Description:
Displays a string input dialogue via the phone UI. The contents in the dialogue can be changed by the user. The accessory will be notified when a
user action has occurred and the unsolicited result code *SEGUII is then
sent.
To be able to use this command, a UI session has to be established. That
is, the AT command AT*SEUIS=1 has to be called before calling AT*SESTRI.
A string input dialog is deleted if AT*SEDEL=<object_index> is called.
Execution
command:
AT*SESTRI=<title>,<prompt_text>,<default_text>,<predictive>,
<input_mode>,<show>[,<form>]
Execution command
response:
*SESTRI:<object_index>
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*SESTRI=? Shows if the command is supported.
Range of general parameters:
*SESTRI: <maxsize>,(list of supported <input_mode>s),
(list of supported <show>s), (list of supported <form>s)
Parameters:
<title>:
<title>
Description
String
Title of the dialogue
<prompt_text>
Description
String
The text string to be put as prompt text in front of
the text editing area of the dialogue
<default_text>
Description
String
The text string to be put in the text editing area of
the dialogue. The type of text input is determined by
the value of the <predictive> parameter
<prompt_text>:
<default_text>:
<predictive>:
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<predictive>
Description
Bitflags
Flags used to control the behaviour of a string
object
Bit 1 (LSB)
Password – Entered text is confidential data.
Content must never be divulged to the user
Bit 2
Edit disallowed – User must not edit the text
Bit 3
Sensitive data – Entered text is sensitive data. Must
never be stored, for example, credit card number
Bit 4
Non-predictive – Predictive input facilities are
disallowed
Bit 5
Initial CAPS word – Initial letter of each word should
be capitalised
Bit 6
Initial CAPS sentence – Initial letter of each
sentence should be capitalised
<input_mode>
Description
Integer
Constraints that are put on the <text> parameter –
what type of text should be entered in the dialogue
0
Any
1
Real input
2
Integer input
3
Phone number input
4
URL input
5
Email input
<maxsize>
Description
Integer
The maximum number of characters in <text>
<object_index>
Description
Integer type
Index of the dialogue
<show>
Description
Integer type
Tells whether the GUI object will be visible on the
screen directly when created. If <show> = 0 then it
is possible to use the AT*SESAF command to
display the object later
0
Object will not be displayed when created
1
Object will be displayed when created
<input_mode>:
<maxsize>:
<object_index>:
<show>:
<form>:
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<form>
Description
Integer type
Tells whether the GUI object should be placed in a
form or not
0
The object should not be placed in a form. Default
value
1
The object should be placed in a form
AT*SELIST
SEMC create list
Description:
Implements a List object and can also be used to create a submenu.
A List can consist of many items. Each item is composed of a text string
and an optional image. If the item does not have an image connected to it
the user must specify “” for the <item_image>. If an image is provided, the
implementation may choose to ignore the image if it exceeds the capacity
of the device to display it. If the implementation displays the image, it will
be displayed adjacent to the text string and the pair will be treated as a
unit.
Images within any particular List object should all be of the same size,
because the implementation is allowed to allocate the same amount of
vertical space for every element.
When creating a new List object, the user has to select which type of List,
<list_type>, that should be implemented, one-of-many, data list type or
Nbr-of-many list type.
When the user has made a selection in the list, the indexes of the selected
menu items are returned with the unsolicited result code *SEGUII. The
index is one-based (the first item has index 1). Other user actions such as
rejecting the list are also sent in the unsolicited *SEGUII.
To be able to use this command, a UI session has to be established. That
is, the AT command AT*SEUIS=1 has to be called before calling
AT*SELIST.
A list object dialog is deleted if AT*SEDEL=<object_index> is called.
Execution
command:
AT*SELIST=<title>,<list_type>,<item_to_focus>,<number_of_items>,
<overlay_style>,<show>,<item_string1>,<item_image1>,<dimmed1>,
<selected1>,<delete1>[,<item_string2>,<item_image2>,<dimmed2>,
<selected2>,<delete2>...]
Execution command
response:
*SELIST: <object_index>
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*SELIST=? Shows if the command is supported.
*SELIST: (list of supported <list_type>s),(list of supported
<overlay_style>s),(list of supported <show>s)
Parameters:
<title>:
<title>
Description
String
Title of the list
<list_type>:
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<list_type>
Description
1
One-of-many.
The user must select one and only one item
2
Nbr-of-many
The user can select many items in the list
3
Data list
This list can be used as a menu
<selected>
Description
Integer type
Tells if the item is selected or not.
Note: For a one-of-many list only one item can be
selected
0
Item is not selected
1
Item is selected
<item_to_focus>
Description
Integer type
The item in the list that will be in focus when the list
is shown
<selected>:
<item_to_focus>:
<number_of_items>:
<number_of_items> Description
Integer type
Number of list items
<item_string>
Description
String
Name of an item in the list
<item_image>
Description
Integer type
ID of the image to be displayed with the list item
<object_index>
Description
Integer type
Index of the list
<dimmed>
Description
Integer type
Tells whether the list item will be dimmed (greycolored, not accessible) or not
0
List item will not be dimmed
1
List item will be dimmed
<item_string>:
<item_image>:
<object_index>:
<dimmed>:
<delete>:
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<delete>
Description
Integer type
Tells whether a specific list item in the list can be
deleted by the user
0
List item cannot be deleted by the user
1
List item can be deleted by the user
<overlay_style>
Description
Integer type
Tells how the GUI object should be presented
0
Overlay style not defined
1
Overlay style default. Use original frame settings
2
No frame
3
Frame
4
Fullscreen with frame
5
Fullscreen without frame
<show>
Description
Integer type
Tells whether the GUI object will be visible on the
screen directly when created. If <show> = 0 then it
is possible to use the AT*SESAF command to
display the object later
0
Object will not be displayed when created
1
Object will be displayed when created
<overlay_style>:
<show>:
AT*SETICK
SEMC create ticker
Description:
Implements a “ticker tape”, a piece of text that runs continuously on the
display of the ME.
To be able to use this command, a UI session has to be established. That
is, the AT command AT*SEUIS=1 has to be called before running this
command. A Ticker object is deleted if AT*SEDEL=<object_index> is
called.
Note: Creating a ticker locks the UI until AT*SEUIS=0 has been called.
Execution
command:
AT*SETICK=<text>,<show>
Execution command
response:
*SETICK:<object_index>
Test command:
AT*SETICK=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*SETICK:(list of supported <show>s)
Parameters:
<text>:
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<text>
Description
String
Text to be included in the ticker
<object_index>
Description
Integer type
Index of the ticker
<show>
Description
Integer type
Tells whether the GUI object will be visible on the
screen directly when created. If <show> = 0 then it
is possible to use the AT*SESAF command to
display the object later
0
Object will not be displayed when created
1
Object will be displayed when created
<object_index>:
<show>:
AT*SEDATE
SEMC create date field
Description:
A Date field is an editable component for presenting date and time (calendar) information. The value for this field can be set initially. If the value is
not set, then the UI for the field shows this clearly.
An instance of a Date field can be configured to accept date or time information. This mode is set by the <mode> parameter. The DATE input mode
allows only date information (year, month, day) to be set and the TIME
mode allows only time information (hours, minutes, seconds) to be set.
When the user has modified the contents of the date field and accepts it,
the unsolicited result code *SEGUII is sent.
To be able to use this command, a UI session has to be established. That
is, the AT command AT*SEUIS=1 has to be called before calling
AT*SEDATE.
A Date field object is deleted if AT*SEDEL=<object_index> is called.
Note: It is not possible to call AT*SEDATE with <mode> == 2 and then
include <date> first and <time> after that in the command parameter
string. Doing so results in an error. The correct usage of the SET command
is shown in the two examples below:
AT*SEDATE=”Set the date”,1,1,0,”2005/05/29”
AT*SEDATE=”Set the time”,2,1,0,”12:30:00”
Execution
command:
AT*SEDATE=<title>,<mode>,<show>[,<form> [,<date>][,<time>]]
Execution command
response:
*SEDATE:<object_index>
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*SEDATE=? Shows if the command is supported.
Range of general parameters:
*SEDATE:(list of supported <mode>s), (list of supported <show>s), (list of
supported <form>s)
Parameters:
<title>:
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<title>
Description
String
Item title
<mode>
Description
1
DATE mode. Possible to set and display the date
(year, month, day)
2
TIME mode. Possible to set and display the time
(hours, minutes, seconds)
<date>
Description
Integer type
Format is “yy/MM/dd” or “yyyy/MM/dd”, where
characters indicate year (two last digits or four
digits, depending on the AT+CSDF setting), month
and day
<time>
Description
String type
Format is “hh:mm:ss”, where characters indicate
hour, minutes and seconds
<object_index>
Description
Integer type
Index of the date field
<show>
Description
Integer type
Tells whether the GUI object will be visible on the
screen directly when created. If <show> = 0 then it
is possible to use the AT*SESAF command to
display the object later
0
Object will not be displayed when created.
1
Object will be displayed when created
<form>
Description
Integer type
Tells whether the GUI object will be placed in a form
or not
0
The object will not be placed in a form
1
The object will be placed in a form
<mode>:
<date>:
<time>:
<object_index>:
<show>:
<form>:
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AT*SEGAUGE
SEMC create gauge (bar graph/progress feedback)
Description:
Creates a gauge (progress feedback).
If the gauge is interactive with <interactive>=1 and the user has changed
the value of the gauge, the unsolicited result code *SEGUII is sent. This
also happens if the user cancels the gauge.
If <interactive> = 2 then the user (accessory) has the ability to update the
gauge via the AT*SEGUP command.
To be able to use this command, a UI session has to be established. That
is, the AT command AT*SEUIS=1 has to be called before calling
AT*SEGAUGE.
A gauge object is deleted if AT*SEDEL=<object_index> is called.
Execution
command:
AT*SEGAUGE=<label>,<interactive>,<show>[,<form>[,<initial_value>[,<
maxvalue>]]
Execution command
response:
*SEGAUGE:<object_index>
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*SEGAUGE=? Shows if the command is supported.
Range of general parameters:
*SEGAUGE: 0, (list of supported <show>s), (list of supported <form>s)
*SEGAUGE: 1, (list of supported <show>s),(list of supported <form>s),(list
of supported <initial_value>s)
*SEGAUGE: 2, (list of supported <show>s),(list of supported <form>s),(list
of supported <initial_value>s),(list of supported maxvalues)
Parameters:
<label>:
<label>
Description
String
Item label
<interactive>
Description
0
Non-interactive mode. The user cannot change the
value of the bar graph. The gauge is used as a
“progress feedback”.
Initial_value and maxvalue ignored
1
Interactive mode – to update the value of the gauge
use the AT command AT*SEGUP. Used by, for
example, accessories that want to control a
progress feedback by themselves.
Maxvalue ignored
2
Interactive mode – the user is allowed to modify the
value of the gauge by using the keyboard.
The accessory will be notified when the gauge has
been updated via *SEGUII
<maxvalue>
Description
Integer
The maximum value of the gauge. In range [1–28]
<interactive>:
<maxvalue>:
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<initial_value>:
<initial_value>
Description
Integer
The initial value of the gauge.
• In range [0; 100] for interactive=1
• In range [0; 28] for interactive=2
<object_index>:
<object_index>
Description
Integer type
Index of the object
<show>
Description
Integer type
Tells whether the GUI object will be visible on the
screen directly when created. If <show> = 0 then it
is possible to use the AT*SESAF command to
display the object later
0
Object will not be displayed when created
1
Object will be displayed when created
<form>
Description
Integer type
Tells whether the GUI object will be placed in a form
or not
0
The object will not be placed in a form
1
The object will be placed in a form
<show>:
<form>:
AT*SEGUP
SEMC update gauge (bar graph/ progress feedback)
Description:
Updates an existing bar graph (progress feedback) with a new value. The
object ID of the bar graph must be given together with the new bar graph
value. That is, an object created by AT*SEGAUGE has to be created with
parameter <interactive> = 1.
Execution
command:
AT*SEGUP=<object_index>,<new_value>[,<form>]
Test command:
AT*SEGUP=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<new_value>:
<new_value>
Description
Integer
The new value of the bar graph
<object_index>
Description
Integer type
Index of the bar graph to be updated
<object_index>:
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<form>:
<form>
Description
Integer type
The object ID for the form in which the object is
placed. 0 means that the object is stand-alone
0
The object is not placed in a form. Default value
1–255
The object ID for the form
AT*SEONO
SEMC create on/off input
Description:
Displays an On/Off input screen with two radio buttons showing “on” and
“off”. A value could be accepted by the user or cancelled. The unsolicited
result code *SEGUII is sent to the accessory when the user has accepted
or cancelled the On/Off input.
To be able to use this command, a UI session has to be established. That
is, the AT command AT*SEUIS=1 has to be called before calling
AT*SEONO.
An On/Off object is deleted if AT*SEDEL=<object_index> is called.
Execution
command:
AT*SEONO=<title>,<default_value>,<show>
Execution command
response:
*SEONO:<object_index>
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*SEONO=? Shows if the command is supported.
Range of general parameters:
*SEONO: (list of supported <default_value>s), (list of supported <show>s)
Parameters:
<title>:
<title>
Description
String
Title of the On/Off input
<default_value>
Description
0
Off
1
On
<object_index>
Description
Integer type
Index of the On/Off input
<show>
Description
Integer type
Tells whether the GUI object will be visible on the
screen directly when created. If <show> = 0 then it
is possible to use the AT*SESAF command to
display the object later
<default_value>:
<object_index>:
<show>:
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<show>
Description
0
Object will not be displayed when created
1
Object will be displayed when created
AT*SEYNQ
SEMC create yes/no question
Description:
Creates a Yes/No question GUI object with an image and a question to be
answered Yes or No.
When the user presses a relevant key, the unsolicited *SEGUII is sent to
the accessory.
To be able to use this command, a UI session has to be established. That
is, the AT command AT*SEUIS=1 has to be called before calling
AT*SEYNQ.
A Yes/No question object is deleted if AT*SEDEL=<object_index> is
called.
Execution
command:
AT*SEYNQ=<title>,<question>,<show>[,<image_id>]
Execution command
response:
*SEYNQ:<object_index>
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*SEYNQ=? Shows if the command is supported.
Range of general parameters:
*SEYNQ: (list of supported <show>s)
Parameters:
<title>:
<title>
Description
String
Title of the Yes/No question
<question>
Description
String
The question to be answered by the user
<image_id>
Description
Integer type
Id of the image (icon) to be used in the question
box. Valid range [0, 65535]
<object_index>
Description
Integer type
Object index of the Yes/No question
<question>:
<image_id>:
<object_index>:
<show>:
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<show>
Description
Integer type
Tells whether the GUI object will be visible on the
screen directly when created. If <show> = 0 then it
is possible to use the AT*SESAF command to
display the object later
0
Object will not be displayed when created
1
Object will be displayed when created
AT*SEDEL
SEMC GUI delete
Description:
Deletes a GUI object specified with <object_index>.
Execution
command:
AT*SEDEL=<object_index>
Test command:
AT*SEDEL=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<object_index>:
<object_index>
Description
Integer type
Index of the object that will be deleted
AT*SESLE
SEMC soft key label (ver. 1)
Description:
Defines the labels to be used for the soft keys. Parameter <object_id> verifies to which GUI object the soft key(s) will be added.
If <nbr_of_actions> = 0: The user can add a new soft key label for the
right soft key specified in the <short_text>.
If <nbr_of_actions> > 0: Right soft key is named “More”. <short_text> is
added as first element in the “More menu followed by the <long_textX>
parameters.
The new soft key IDs are sent to the user in the <softkey_idX> parameters.
Set command:
AT*SESLE=<object_id>,<nbr_of_actions>,<icons_or_texts>,
<show>,<short_text>[,<long_text1>[,<long_text2>…]]]
Set command
response:
*SESLE: <softkey_id1>[,<softkey_id2>[<softkey_id3>[,…]]]
Test command:
AT*SESLE=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<object_id>:
<object_id>
Description
Integer
The ID of the GUI object with the soft keys
<nbr_of_actions>
Description
Integer
Defines the number of <long_textX> soft key(s) to
be added to the GUI object in the “More” menu
<nbr_of_actions>:
<short_text>:
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<short_text>
Description
String
Text label for the right soft key or the first element in
if <icons_or_texts> “More” menu (see description)
=0
Integer
Icon ID for the icon to be used instead of the text
if <icons_or_texts>
=1
<long_text>:
<long_text>
Description
String – if
Text label(s) for the text to be used in the “More”
<icons_or_texts> = menu
0
Integer – if
Icon ID for the icon to be used instead of the text
<icons_or_texts> =
1
<action>:
<action>
Description
Integer value
Reference value for soft key action
<icons_or_texts>
Description
<icons_or_texts>:
Integer
0
The new soft key labels to be placed in the right or
the “More” menu, are text strings. This implies that
the parameters <short_text> and <long_textX>
contains ordinary text strings
1
The new soft key labels to be placed in the right or
the “More” menu are icons. This implies that the
parameters <short_text> and <long_text> contains
icon IDs to the icons to be displayed
<show>
Description
0
Do not display the soft key
1
Display the soft key directly. Default value
<softkey_id>
Description
Integer
Reference value for AT soft key ID
<show>:
<softkey_id>:
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AT*SERSK
SEMC remove soft key
Description:
Removes a soft key action defined with command AT*SESLE.
Note: This command has to be entered after AT*SESLE. When the GUI
object is removed the soft keys are also removed.
Execution
command:
AT*SERSK=<object_id>,<softkey_id>
Test command:
AT*SERSK=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<object_id>:
<object_id>
Description
Integer value
ID number for the object
<softkey_id>
Description
Integer value
Reference value for soft key
<softkey_id>:
AT*SEUIS
SEMC UI session establish/terminate
Description:
This command is used by an accessory to establish or to terminate a UI
session.
If the UI session was established/terminated, OK will be returned.
When an accessory wants to show something on the display, it must
request a UI session. Also, if an accessory wants to remove all of its
objects then it just ends a UI session. Within a UI session an accessory
has freedom to create new, modify and/or remove objects.
When the UI session has gained or lost focus the unsolicited result code
*SESFI is returned.
Execution
command:
AT*SEUIS=<action>
Read command:
AT*SEUIS?
Read command
response:
*SEUIS:<action>
Test command:
AT*SEUIS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<action>:
<action>
Description
0
Terminate session
1
Establish session
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Unsolicited result codes
*SEGUII
SEMC GUI indication
Description:
This unsolicited result code is sent when an action on a GUI object has
occurred. The action is related to the type of the GUI object. The object
specific information that can be included in <object_specific_info> is
dependent on the action as well as the type of GUI object.
Note: The GUI object can create its own actions by using the command
AT*SESLE (creating softkey actions). These new actions are given an
action ID according to the specification AT*SESLE.
This result code is activated by AT*SELERT, AT*SESTRI, AT*SELIST,
AT*SETICK, AT*SEDATE, AT*SEGAUGE, AT*SEONO, AT*SEYNQ or
AT*SESLE
Unsolicited result
code:
*SEGUII: <object_index>,<action>[,<object_specific_info1>
[,<object_specific_info2>..]] When a GUI action has occurred.
Parameters:
<object_index>:
<object_index>
Description
Integer type
Index of the object for which the action has
occurred.
Note: A stand-alone object and a form can have the
same object_index
<action>:
<action>
Description
GUI object
<object_specific_i
nfo>
0
CANCEL action
All
-
1
PREVIOUS action
All
-
2
NO action
Yes/no question
-
3
YES action
Yes/no question
-
4
ACCEPT action, the Form
user has accepted a
form
-
5
List (exclusive or
ACCEPT INDEX
action, the user has implicit)
selected an item in a
list
Integer. Index of the
selected list item
6
List
DELETE INDEX
action, the user has
selected an item to
be deleted in a list
Integer. Index of the
selected list item
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<action>
Description
GUI object
7
List (multiple)
ACCEPT
N_OF_MANY
action. The user has
selected one or
many item(s) in a list
Integer. Index(es) of
the selected list
item(s):
<object_specific_
info1>
[,<object_specific_
info2>…]
8
Date input
ACCEPT DATE
action. The user has
accepted a date
value in a GUI
object
String. Date format
is depending on the
AT+CSDF setting
9
Time input
ACCEPT TIME
action. The user has
accepted a time
value in a GUI
object
String. Time format
is depending on the
AT+CSDF setting
10
ACCEPT BOOLEAN On/off question
action, the user has
accepted a Boolean
value in a GUI
object
Boolean.
True – On,
False – Off
11
String input
ACCEPT STRING
action, the user has dialogue
accepted a string in
a GUI object
String. The text
string in the GUI
object
12
ACCEPT INTEGER Gauge (progress
action, the user has feedback)
entered a new value
in the progress
feedback
Integer. The new
value
13
SOFT KEY ACTION Softkey
Integer. The action
ID of the softkey
that has been
pressed
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FORM ACCEPT
DATE
Date input placed in String. Date format
a form
is depending on the
AT+CSDF setting
109
FORM ACCEPT
TIME
Time input placed in String. Time format
a form
is depending on the
AT+CSDF setting
111
FORM ACCEPT
STRING
String input
String. The text
dialogue placed in a string in the GUI
form
object
112
FORM ACCEPT
INTEGER
Gauge (progress
Integer. The new
feedback) placed in value
a form
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*SESFI
SEMC session focus indication
Description:
This unsolicited result code is sent when the session has got focus or
when focus for the session has been lost.
This result code is activated by AT*SEUIS.
Unsolicited result
code:
*SESFI:<focus>
When focus for the session is obtained or lost.
Parameter:
<focus>:
<focus>
Description
0
Focus is lost
1
Focus is obtained
*SEAAI
SEMC menu item indication
Description:
This indication is sent to the accessory when the menu item with ID
<menu_id> is activated by the user.
This result code is activated by AT*SEAM.
Unsolicited result
code:
*SEAAI:<menu_id>
When menu item is activated.
Parameter:
<menu_id>:
<menu_id>
Description
Integer type
The menu ID for the item activated
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Ensemble C38: Bluetooth commands
Commands
AT*EIBA
Ericsson Internal Bluetooth address
Description:
Command that is generated internally in the platform. It forwards the
Bluetooth address of a connected Bluetooth device.
Execution
command:
AT*EIBA=<bt_address>
Test command:
AT*EIBA=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<bt_address>:
<bt_address>
Description
String
The Bluetooth address given in hexadecimal format
AT+BINP
Bluetooth input
Description:
Requests some specific data input from the phone. On reception of this
command the phone performs the proper actions such that the requested
information is sent back to the HF using the +BINP response.
The type of data the HF will expect in the <dataresp> parameter returned
by the phone depends on the information requested in each case.
Execution
command:
AT+BINP=<datarequest>
Execution command
response:
AT+BINP:<dataresp>1...<dataresp>n
Test command:
AT+BINP=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+BINP: (list of supported <datarequest>s)
Parameters:
<datarequest>:
<datarequest>
Description
1
Request phone number corresponding to the last
voice tag recorded in the HF
<dataresp>
Description
<dataresp>:
<dataresp>1..<datar Data parameters returned by the phone. Their
esp>n
contents depends on the value of the
<datarequest> parameter
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Supported values on <dataresp> depending on <datarequest>:
<datarequest>
Description
1
<Phone number>. Phone number string (max. 32
digits). The format (type of address) of the phone
number string should conform with the rules stated
in Digital cellular telecommunications system
(Phase 2+); Abbreviations and acronyms, subclause
10.5.4.7, for a value (in integer format) of the type of
address octet of 145, if dialling string includes
international access code character “+” and for a
value of 129 otherwise
AT+BLDN
Bluetooth last dialled number
Description:
Calls the last phone number dialled. On reception of this command, the
phone sets up a voice call to the last phone number dialled.
Execution
command:
AT+BLDN
Test command:
AT+BLDN=? Shows if the command is supported.
AT+BVRA
Bluetooth voice recognition activation
Description:
Enables/disables the voice recognition function in the phone. This command activates the result code +BVRA
Note: This command gives an error if the request is not made from a bluetooth handsfree device. That is, it is not possible to connect to a bluetooth
handsfree device and then in parallell connect to the ME with a terminal
program (hyperterminal and substitutes) and try sending the AT command,
this also results in an error.
Note: A voice message has to be recorded to make it possible to use this
command. If no such message exist, then the command gives an error in
the response.
Execution
command:
AT+BVRA=<vrec>
Test command:
AT+BVRA=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+BVRA: (list of supported <vrec>s)
Parameter:
<vrec>:
<vrec>
Description
0
Disable Voice recognition in the phone
1
Enable Voice recognition in the phone
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AT+NREC
Noise reduction and echo cancelling
Description:
Enables/disables any Echo Cancelling and Noise Reduction functions
embedded in the phone.
Note: This command only works over Bluetooth wireless technology. This
is because all AT commands for audio preferences are deleted and
replaced with an audio class and id. However, the command is standard
for the BTHF profile and is therefore used in this context.
Execution
command:
AT+NREC=<nrec>
Test command:
AT+NREC=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+NREC: (list of supported <nrec>s)
Parameter:
<nrec>:
<nrec>
Description
0
Disables EC/NR in the phone
1
Enables EC/NR in the phone
AT+VGM
Gain of microphone
Description:
Command issued by the HF to report its current microphone gain level setting to the phone. <gain> is a decimal numeric constant, relating to a particular (implementation dependent) volume level controlled by the HF. This
command does not change the microphone gain of the phone, it simply
indicates the current value of the microphone gain in the HF.
This command activates the result code +VGM
Execution
command:
AT+VGM=<gain>
Test command:
AT+VGM=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+VGM: (list of supported <gain>s)
Parameter:
<gain>:
<gain>
Description
0–15
0 – Minimum gain
15 – Maximum gain
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AT+VGS
Gain of speaker
Description:
Command issued by the HF to report its current speaker gain level setting
to the phone. <gain> is a decimal numeric constant, relating to a particular
(implementation dependent) volume level controlled by the HF. This command does not change the speaker gain of the phone, it simply indicates
the current value of the speaker gain in the HF.
Note: This command returns an error if the request is not made from a
bluetooth handsfree device.
This command activates the result code +VGS
Execution
command:
AT+VGS=<gain>
Test command:
AT+VGS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+VGS: (list of supported <gain>s)
Parameter:
<gain>:
<gain>
Description
0–15
0 – Minimum gain
15 – Maximum gain
AT+BRSF
Bluetooth retrieve supported
Description:
Notifies the ME of the supported features available in the HF and requests
information about the supported features in the ME. The supported features are represented by a decimal value.
<HF supported bitmap> is a 32 bit unsigned integer representing a bitmap
of the supported features in the HF according to table 1. The unused bits
are initialised to zero.
<ME supported bitmap> is a 32 bit unsigned integer representing a bitmap
of the supported features in the ME according to table 2. The unused bits
are initialised to zero.
Execution
command:
AT+BRSF=<HF supported features bitmap>
Execution command
response:
+BRSF: <ME supported features bitmap>
Test command:
AT+BRSF=? Shows if the command is supported
Parameter:
<HF supported
features bitmap>
bit
Description
0
EC and/or NR function
1
Call waiting and 3-way calling
2
CLI presentation capability
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bit
Description
3
Voice recognition activation (enables unsolicited
+BVRA)
4
Remote volume control. (enables unsolicited +VGS)
5–31
Unused
bit
Description
0
Three-way calling (AT+CHLD supported)
1
AC and/or NR function (AT+NREC supported)
2
Voice recognition function (AT+BVRA supported)
3
In-band ring tone capability (not supported)
4
Attach a number to a voice tag (AT+BINP
supported)
5
Ability to reject call (AT+CHUP supported)
6–31
Unused
<ME supported
features bitmap>
AT+GCLIP
Graphical caller ID presentation
Description:
Activates an unsolicited result code +GCLIP. +GCLIP is used to transmit a
graphical representation of the CLIP data when there is an incoming call.
For detail information, please see Unsolicited result code in +GCLIP.
Note: The functionality of this command has been replaced by AT*SETBC.
Note: The unsolicited result code(s) will only return one image. The bitmap
that is returned by the +GCLIP command will only contain the information/
characters that fit into the image (98x16).
Execution
command:
AT+GCLIP=<display_type>
Test command:
AT+GCLIP=? Shows if the command is supported
Test command
response:
+GCLIP:[<list of supported display types>]
Parameter:
<display_type>
<display_type>
Description
integer
1: 96x16 BW0
2…255 Reserved
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Unsolicited result codes
+BVRA
Bluetooth voice recognition activation indication
Description:
Unsolicited result code used to notify the HF when the voice recognition
function in the phone has been terminated autonomously. This result code
is activated by AT+BVRA.
Unsolicited result
code:
+BVRA: <vrect>
Parameter:
<vrect>:
<vrect>
Description
0
Voice recognition is disabled in the phone
1
Voice recognition is enabled in the phone
+VGM
Gain of microphone indication
Description:
Unsolicited result code issued by the phone to set the microphone gain of
the HF. <gain> is a decimal numeric constant, relating to a particular
(implementation dependent) volume level controlled by the HF.
This result code is activated by AT+VGM.
Unsolicited result
code:
Note:
+VGM: <gain>
Due to the small inconsistency between the GSM 07.07 standard and the
current headset specification (Specification of the Bluetooth System;
Profiles, v1.1, Part K:6, Headset Profile.), the HF will also accept the “=”
symbol in place of “:” as a valid separator for this unsolicited result code.
Parameter:
<gain>:
<gain>
Description
0–15
0 – Minimum gain
15 – Maximum gain
+VGS
Gain of speaker indication
Description:
Unsolicited result code issued by the phone to set the speaker gain of the
HF. Parameter <gain> is a decimal numeric constant, relating to a particular (implementation dependent) volume level controlled by the HF.
This result code is activated by AT+VGS.
Unsolicited result
code:
+VGS: <gain>
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Note:
Due to the small inconsistency between the GSM 07.07 standard and the
current Headset specification (Specification of the Bluetooth System;
Profiles, v1.1, Part K:6, Headset Profile.), the HF will also accept the “=”
symbol in place of “:” as a valid separator for this unsolicited result code.
Parameter:
<gain>:
<gain>
Description
0–15
0 – Minimum gain
15 – Maximum gain
+BSIR
Bluetooth setting of in-band ring tone indication
Description:
Unsolicited result code issued by the phone to indicate to the HF that the
in-band ring tone setting has been locally changed. The HF may react
accordingly by changing its own alert method.
Unsolicited result
code:
+BSIR: <bsir>
Parameter:
<bsir>
Description
0
The phone provides no in-band ring tone
1
The phone provides an in-band ring tone
+BINP
Bluetooth input indication
Description:
Unsolicited result code issued by the phone in response to a request from
the terminal equipment to provide information of a specified type.
Unsolicited result
code:
+BINP: <dataresp1>[,...,<datarespn>]
Parameter:
<datarespn>
type is dependent on the <datarequest> parameter. See AT+BINP
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+GCLIP
Graphical caller ID presentation
Description:
Unsolicited result code activated by AT+GCLIP.
Encoding of bitmaps into GCLIP Data
The GCLIP data is considered a stream of data segmented into a series of
maximum 255 chunks.
The chunks are encoded using hexadecimal format. Hence every byte is
encoded using two ASCII digits/characters.
The length of the chunks is not defined, it is only required that they are
sent in the right order. For every chunk the index is incremented. The
chunks are reassembled at the receiving side, in order to retrieve the total
bitmap.
The bitmap is divided into 8-bit wide horisontal bands. The data starts with
the uppermost band. Every band is followed by the band below. It is not
required to start a new chunk in order to send the next band.
Within a band the leftmost element will be sent first until finally the rightmost element of the band has been reached.
Each element of the band consists of one single byte. The byte represents
the 8 pixels, vertically stacked upon each other. The least significant bit
(b0) indicates the uppermost of the 8 encoded bits, followed by b1, the
one below the uppermost pixel.
Unsolicited result
code:
+GCLIP: <gclip_index>,<gclip_data>
Parameter:
<gclip_index>:
Integer
<gclip_index>
Description
0…255 (0 = first)
Sequence number of gclip_data element
<gclip_data>
Description
<gclip_data>:
String of hexadecimal Max 96 hex encoded bytes per result
encoded data.
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Ensemble S1: GSM DTE-DCE interface
Commands
AT+CSCS
Select TE character set (ver. 3)
Description:
Informs TA which character set <chset> is used by the TE. TA is then able
to convert character strings correctly between TE and ME character sets.
When TA – TE interface is set to 8-bit operation and the used TE alphabet
is 7-bit, the highest bit is set to zero.
Note: The manufacturer specifies how the internal alphabet of ME is converted to and from the TE alphabet.
Set command:
AT+CSCS=<chset>
Read command:
AT+CSCS? Displays the current <chset> setting.
Read command
response:
+CSCS: <chset>
Test command:
AT+CSCS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CSCS: (list of supported <chset>s)
Parameter:
<chset>:
<chset>
Description
“GSM”
GSM default alphabet (GSM 03.38 subclause
6.2.1). This setting often causes software flow
control (XON/XOFF) problems. Default value
“IRA”
International reference alphabet (ITU-T T.50)
Note: Recommended Default value by GSM 07.07
“8859-n”
ISO 8859 Latin n (1-6) character set. Only number 1
“UTF-8”
Universal Text Format, 8 bits
Ensemble S2: Call control
Commands
AT+CHUP
Hang up call
Description:
Requests hang up.
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Execution
command:
AT+CHUP
Test command:
AT+CHUP=? Shows if the command is supported.
AT+CRC
Cellular result codes (ver. 2)
Description:
Controls whether or not the extended format of incoming call indication or
GPRS network request for PDP context activation or notification for VBS/
VGCS calls is used. When enabled, an incoming call is indicated to the TE
with unsolicited result code +CRING: <type> instead of the normal RING.
Set command:
AT+CRC=[<mode>]
Read command:
AT+CRC? Displays the current setting.
Read command
response:
+CRC: <mode>
Test command:
AT+CRC=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CRC: (list of supported <mode>s)
Parameter:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
0
Disables extended format. Default value
1
Enables extended format
AT+CR
Service reporting control
Description:
Enables or disables display of intermediate +CR:<serv> result code to be
returned during the call setup phase. The code is returned before the
intermediate result code CONNECT is returned.
Set command:
AT+CR=<mode>
Read command:
AT+CR? Displays the current <mode> setting.
Test command:
AT+CR=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CR: (list of supported <mode>s)
Parameter:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
0
Disable reporting. Default value
1
Enable reporting
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AT+CV120
V.120 rate adaption protocol
Description:
Sets the values of the V.120 protocol parameters (defined in CCITT V.120)
that are carried in the GSM BC and/or LLC information elements.
Test command returns values supported by the TA as a compound value.
Set command:
AT+CV120=[<rah>[,<mfm>[,<mode>[,<llineg>[,<assign>[,<negtype>]]]]]]
Read command:
AT+CV120? Displays the current <n> and <m> settings.
Read command
response:
+CV120: <rah>,<mfm>,<mode>,<llineg>,<assign>,<negtype>
Test command:
AT+CV120=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CV120: (list of supported <rah>s),(list of supported <mfm>s),(list of
supported <mode>s),(list of supported <llineg>s),(list of supported
<assign>s),(list of supported <negtype>s)
Parameters:
<rah>:
<rah>
Description
0
Rate adaption header not included
1
Rate adaption header included (mandatory for
protocol sensitive modes)
<mfm>
Description
0
Multiple frame establishment not supported, only UI
frames allowed
1
Multiple frame establishment supported, both I and
UI frames allowed
<mode>
Description
0
Bit transparent mode of operation
1
Protocol sensitive mode of operation
<llineg>
Description
0
No negotiation, LLI = 256 only
1
Negotiation allowed.
Note: <negtype> indicates the connection over
which the negotiation is performed
<assign>
Description
0
Message originator is “default assignee”
1
Message originator is “assignor only”
<mfm>:
<mode>:
<llineg>:
<assign>:
<negtype>:
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<negtype>
Description
0
Negotiation is done using logical link zero
1
Negotiation is done with USER INFORMATION
messages on a temporary signalling connection
AT+VTS
DTMF and tone generation
Description:
Allows the transmission of DTMF tones. These tones may be used, for
example, when announcing the start of a recording period. The command
is write-only. The command is used only during voice calls.
Note: The ATD command is used only for dialling. It is not possible to
generate arbitrary DTMF tones using the ATD command.
Set command:
AT+VTS=<DTMF>
Test command:
AT+VTS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<DTMF>:
An ASCII character string with entries in the set “0-9, #, *, A-D”, separated
by commas. Each entry is interpreted as a single DTMF tone.
Example: The string “8,9” sends two DTMF tones, “8” followed by “9”.
Unsolicited result codes
+CME
Mobile equipment error result
Description:
Produced to indicate completion of a command. Produced when the
command is not recognised, the command line maximum length is
exceeded, the parameter value is invalid or there are other problems with
processing the command line.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CME: <err>
Parameter:
<err>:
Numeric or verbose format. Decided by AT+CMEE.
+CR
Service reporting control
Description:
Transmitted during connect negotiation at the point where the phone has
determined what speed and quality-of-service will be used, before any
error control or data compression reports are transmitted and before any
final result code is transmitted.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CR: <serv>
Parameter:
<serv>:
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<type>
Description
ASYNC
Asynchronous transparent
SYNC
Synchronous transparent
REL ASYNC
Asynchronous non-transparent
REL SYNC
Synchronous non-transparent
+CRING
Call mode indication
Description:
When enabled by using AT+CRC, an incoming call is indicated with
+CRING instead of +RING.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CRING: <type>
Parameter:
<type>:
<type>
Description
ASYNC
Asynchronous transparent
SYNC
Synchronous transparent
REL ASYNC
Asynchronous non-transparent
FAX
Facsimile
VOICE
Normal voice
VOICE/XXX
Voice followed by data (“XXX” is SYNC, ASYNC,
REL ASYNC or REL SYNC)
ALT VOICE/XXX
Alternating voice/data, voice first
ALT XXX/VOICE
Alternating voice/data, data first
ALT VOICE/FAX
Alternating voice/fax, voice first
ALT FAX/VOICE
Alternating voice/fax, fax first
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Ensemble S3: GSM data/fax
Commands
AT+CBST
Select bearer service type (ver. 3)
Description:
Selects the bearer service <name> with data rate <speed> and the
connection element <ce> to be used when data calls are originated.
Values may also be used during mobile terminated data call setup,
especially in the case of single numbering scheme calls.
Set command:
AT+CBST=[<speed>,[<name>,[<ce>]]]
Read command:
AT+CBST? Displays the current setting.
Read command
response:
+CBST: <speed>,<name>,<ce>
Test command:
AT+CBST=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CBST: (list of supported <speed>s, list of supported <name>s, list of
supported <ce>s)
Parameter:
<speed>:
<speed>
Description
0
Auto selection of baud setting. Default value
7
9600 bps V.32
12
9600 bps V.34
14
14400 bps V.34
15
19200 bps V.34
16
28800 bps V.34
39
9600 bps V.120
43
14400 bps V.120
47
19200 bps V.120
48
28800 bps V.120
71
9600 bps V.110 (ISDN)
75
14400 bps V.110 (ISDN)
79
19200 bps V.110 (ISDN)
80
28800 bps V.110 (ISDN)
<name>
Description
0
Asynchronous connection (UDI or 3.1kHz modem).
Default value
4
Data circuit asynchronous (RDI)
<name>:
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<ce>:
<ce>
Description
1
Non transparent. Default value
AT+CRLP
Radio link protocol (ver. 2)
Description:
Radio Link Protocol (RLP) parameters used when non-transparent data
calls are originated, may be altered with the set command. Available command subparameters depend on the RLP versions implemented by the
device. For example, <ver> may not be available if the device supports
only versions 0 and 1.
Note: If radio link protocol is not used, but some other error correcting
protocol (for transparent data calls) is used, V.25ter Error Control Selection
test command +ES=? may be used to indicate the presence of the protocol.
The test command returns values supported by the TA as a compound
value. If the ME/TA supports several RLP versions <verx>, the RLP parameter value ranges for each <verx> are returned in a separate line.
Set command:
AT+CRLP=[<iws>[,<mws>[,<T1>[,<N2>[,<ver>[,<T4>]]]]]]
Read command:
AT+CRLP? Displays the current parameter settings for each supported
RLP version. Only RLP parameters applicable to the corresponding <verx>
are returned.
Read command
response:
Test command:
Test command
response:
+CRLP: <iws>,<mws>,<T1>,<N2>[,<ver1>[,<T4>]]<CR><LF>
[+CRLP: <iws>,<mws>,<T1>,<N2>[,<ver2>[,<T4>]]<CR><LF>
[...]]
AT+CRLP=? Shows if the command is supported.
+CRLP: (list of supported <iws>s),(list of supported <mws>s),(list of
supported <T1>s),(list of supported <N2>s)[,<ver1>[,(list of supported
<T4>s)]]<CR><LF>
[+CRLP: (list of supported <iws>s),(list of supported <mws>s),(list of
supported <T1>s),(list of supported <N2>s)[,<ver2>[,(list of supported
<T4>s)]]<CR><LF>
[...]]
Parameters:
Default values and value ranges depend on RLP version. See GSM 04.22
subclause 5.4
<iws>:
<iws>
Description
0–61
IWF to phone window size
61
Default value
<mws>
Description
0–61
MS to IWF window size
<mws>:
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<mws>
Description
61
Default value
<T1>
Description
38–100
Acknowledgement timer T1 setting, in 10 ms steps
48
T1=480 ms. Default value
<N2>
Description
0–255
Number of retransmission attempts, N2.
6
Default value
<ver>
Description
Integer
RLP version – When version indication is not
present, <ver>=0 is assumed
<T4>
Description
3–255
Resequencing period T4, in 10ms steps
5
Default value
<T1>:
<N2>:
<ver>:
<T4>:
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Ensemble S4: Extended error reporting
Commands
AT+CEER
Extended error report (ver. 2)
Description:
Causes the TA to return one or more lines of information text <report>,
determined by the ME manufacturer, which offer the user of the TA an
extended report of the reason for:
• the failure in the last unsuccessful call setup (originating or answering)
or in-call modification
• the reason for last call release
• the last unsuccessful attempt to attach GPRS or unsuccessful activation of PDP context
• the last detachment of GPRS or deactivation of PDP context
Typically, the text consists of a single line containing the failure information
given by GSM/UMTS network in textual format.
Execution
command:
AT+CEER
Execution command
response:
+CEER: <report>
Test command:
AT+CEER=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<report>:
<report>
Description
Characters
The total number of characters, including line
terminators, in the information text must not exceed
2041 characters.
Text must not contain the sequence 0<CR> or
OK<CR>
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Ensemble S5: GSM HSCSD
Commands
AT+CHSD
HSCSD device parameters (ver. 2)
Description:
The execution command returns information about HSCSD features (refer
to GSM 02.34) supported by the ME.
The test command does not return any values, only OK to show that the
command is supported.
Execution
command:
AT+CHSD
Execution command
response:
+CHSD: <mclass>,<maxRx>,<maxTx>,<sum>,<codings>
Test command:
AT+CHSD=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<mclass>:
<mclass>
Description
8
Multislot class 8
<maxRx>
Description
4
Maximum number of receive timeslots that is
supported by the MS
<maxTx>
Description
1
Maximum number of transmit timeslots that is
supported by the MS
<sum>
Description
5
Total number of receive and transmit timeslots that
ME can support at the same time is 5 (that is, 4+1).
The following applies in a HSCSD call: 2 <= (receive
slots) + (transmit slots) <= <sum>
<maxRx>:
<maxTx>:
<sum>:
<codings>:
This is a sum of integers each representing a supported channel coding.
For example, value 12 indicates that 9.6 Kbps and 14.4 Kbps are supported
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<codings>
Description
4
Indicates that the accepted channel coding for the
next established non-transparent HSCSD call is 9.6
Kbps
8
Indicates that the accepted channel coding for the
next established non-transparent HSCSD call is
14.4 Kbps
12
Indicates that the accepted channel codings for the
next established non-transparent HSCSD call are
both 9.6 Kbps and 14.4 Kbps. Default value
AT+CHSN
HSCSD non-transparent call configuration (ver. 2)
Description:
Controls parameters for non-transparent HSCSD calls. Changing <topRx>
or <codings> during a call does not affect the current call. Changing
<wAiur> or <wRx> affects the current call only if <topRx> was non-zero
when the call was established. (When using the command in this way it
comes in the “action” command category). This is what is referred to as
User initiated modification in GSM 22.034 and User initiated upgrading
and downgrading in GSM 23.034.
Note: Recommended value for parameter <speed> in AT+CBST is 0.
Set command:
AT+CHSN=[<wAiur>[,<wRx>[,<topRx>[,<codings>]]]]
Read command:
AT+CHSN? Displays the current setting.
Read command
response:
+CHSN: <wAiur>, <wRx>, <topRx>, <codings>
Test command:
AT+CHSN=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CHSN: (list of supported <wAiur>s), (list of supported <wRx>s),
(list of supported <topRx>s), (list of supported <codings>s)
Parameters:
<wAiur>:
<wAiur>
Description
0
TA/ME calculates a proper number of receive time
slots from currently selected fixed network user rate
(<speed> parameter from AT+CBST command, ref
and <codings> and <wRx> (or <maxRx> from
AT+CHSD command if <wRx>=0). See note below.
Default value
1
Wanted air interface user rate is 9.6 Kbps
2
Wanted air interface user rate is 14.4 Kbps
3
Wanted air interface user rate is 19.2 Kbps
4
Wanted air interface user rate is 28.8 Kbps
6
Wanted air interface user rate is 43.2 Kbps, UMTS
only
7
Wanted air interface user rate is 57.6 Kbps, UMTS
only
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<wRx>:
Note:
<wRx>
Description
0
TA/ME calculates a proper number of receive time
slots from currently selected <wAiur> and
<codings>. See note below
1
Wanted number of receive time slots is 1. Default
value
2
Wanted number of receive time slots is 2
The Description text above is copied from GSM 27.007 and should be
interpreted as follows:
If the <wAiur> and <wRx> are both set to “0”, the number of receive time
slots is calculated from <speed> and <codings>. Furthermore, if <speed>
is “0” (autobauding), then the number of receive time slots is mapped from
<maxRx> from AT+CHSD command.
<topRx>:
<codings>:
<topRx>
Description
0
Indicates that the user is not going to change
<wAiur> and/or <wRx> during the next call. Default
value
1
Top value for <wRx> that user is going to request
during the next established non-transparent
HSCSD call is 1
2
Top value for <wRx> that user is going to request
during the next established non-transparent
HSCSD call is 2
This is a sum of integers each representing a supported channel coding.
For example, value 12 (4+8) indicates that 9.6 and 14.4 kbits/s are
supported.
<codings>
Description
0
Indicates that all codings are accepted.
4
Indicates that the accepted channel coding for the
next established non-transparent HSCSD call is 9.6
Kbps only
8
Indicates that the accepted channel coding for the
next established non-transparent HSCSD call is
14.4 Kbps only
12
Indicates that the accepted channel codings for the
next established non-transparent HSCSD call are
both 9.6 Kbps and 14.4 Kbps. Default value
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AT+CHSC
HSCSD current call parameters (ver. 2)
Description:
This execution command returns information about the current HSCSD
call parameters:
• The current number of receive and transmit time slots
• Air interface user rate
• Channel coding
Execution
command:
AT+CHSC
Execution command
response:
+CHSC:<rx>,<tx>,<aiur>,<coding>
Test command:
AT+CHSC=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<rx>:
<rx>
Description
0
No HSCSD call is active. See also note below
1
The number of receive time slots currently in use is
1
2
The number of receive time slots currently in use is
2
3
The number of receive time slots currently in use is
3
4
The number of receive time slots currently in use is
4
<tx>
Description
0
No HSCSD call is active. See also note below
1
The number of transmit time slots currently in use is
1
<aiur>
Description
0
No HSCSD call is active. See also note below
1
Current air interface user rate is 9.6 Kbps
2
Current air interface user rate is 14.4 Kbps
3
Current air interface user rate is 19.2 Kbps
4
Current air interface user rate is 28.8 Kbps
5
Current air interface user rate is 38.4 Kbps
6
Current air interface user rate is 43.2 Kbps
7
Current air interface user rate is 57.6 Kbps
<coding>
Description
0
No HSCSD call is active. See also note below
<tx>:
<aiur>:
<coding>:
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<coding>
Description
4
Current channel coding is 9.6 Kbps. (TCH/F9.6)
8
Current channel coding is 14.4 Kbps. (TCH/F14.4)
Note:
The value “0” only applies when no HSCSD call is active (general BS 20 or
30) and in such a case all four parameters will be “0”
AT+CHSR
HSCSD parameters report (ver. 2)
Description:
When this command is enabled the intermediate result code +CHSR:
<rx>,<tx>,<aiur>, <coding> is returned from the TA to the TE when an
HSCSD call is being set up. The result code represents the current (negotiated or renegotiated) HSCSD parameters. If enabled, the intermediate
result code is transmitted at the point of the call setup negotiation where
the ME/TA has determined what type of an HSCSD connection will be
used. Result code transmission is done after possible service (+CR), error
control (+ER) and/or compression (+DR) reporting but before possible TE –
TA rate (+ILRR) reporting and before the intermediate result code CONNECT is transmitted. The format of the intermediate result code is:
+CHSR: <rx>,<tx>,<aiur>,<coding>
For the value definitions, see the AT+CHSC command. For instance, for a
non-transparent HSCSD call, result code “+CHSR: 2, 1, 4, 8” means that
the call has two time slots downlink, one time slot uplink, the air interface
user rate is 28.8 Kbps and the used channel coding is TCH/F14.4.
Execution
command:
AT+CHSR=[<mode>]
Read command:
AT+CHSR?
Read command
response:
+CHSR: <mode>
Test command:
AT+CHSR=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CHSR: (list of supported <modes>s)
Parameter:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
0
Disable reporting. Default value
1
Enable reporting
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AT+CHSU
HSCSD automatic user-initiated upgrade
Description:
Controls whether or not automatic user initiated service level upgrading
will be used for non-transparent HSCSD calls. “Automatic” means that, if
enabled, the ME/TA will use the UP bit in the received RLP frames to
determine when to initiate user initiated service level upgrading (that is,
when to modify the +CHSN parameters <wAiur> and/or <wRx> for the
current call). Refer to GSM 07.01 for details on the interpretation of the UP
bit(s).
Note: The validity of the UP bit in the RLP frames depends on the result of
the RLP negotiations. The UP bit will only be used if the result of the RLP
negotiations were successful with respect to the UP bit.
Set command:
AT+CHSU=[<mode>]
Read command:
AT+CHSU? Displays the current <mode> setting.
Test command:
AT+CHSU=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CHSU: (list of supported <mode>s)
Parameter:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
0
Disable use of UP bit for upgrading
1
Enable use of UP bit for upgrading. Default value
Intermediate result codes
+CHSR
HSCSD parameters report result code
Description:
When enabled by using the AT+CHSR command, this intermediate result
code is transmitted at the point of call setup negotiation where the phone
has determined what type of HSCSD connection will be used.
Intermediate result
code:
AT+CHSR: <rx>, <tx>,<auir>,<coding>
Parameters:
See AT+CHSC.
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Ensemble S6: GSM network services
Commands
AT+CNUM
Subscriber number (ver. 2)
Description:
Returns the MSISDN related to the subscriber (this information can be
stored in the SIM or in the ME). If a subscriber has different MSISDN for
different services, each MSISDN is returned in a separate line.
Note: The implementation of this command is according to Bluetooth HFP
1.5, which deviates somewhat from the 3GPP. The parameters <alpha>
and <itc> are not supported but included to show the full command as
specified in 3GPP TS 27.005.
Action command:
AT+CNUM
Action command
response:
Test command:
+CNUM:
[<alpha1>],<number1>,<type1>[,<speed>,<service>[,<itc>]][<CR><LF>
+CNUM: [<alpha2>],<number2>,<type2>[,<speed>,<service> [,<itc>]]
[…]]
AT+CNUM=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<alphax>:
Not supported
<alphax>
Description
String type
Associated with <numberx>. Not supported
<numberx>
Description
String type
Phone number of format specified by <typex>
<typex>
Description
Integer format
Type of address, (refer to refer 3GPP 24.008)
<numberx>:
<typex>:
<speed>:
<service>:
Not supported
<speed>
Description
Integer
Data rate, as defined in subclause 6.7 3GPP 27.007
(+CBST command). Not supported
service related to the phone number.
<service>
Description
0
Asynchronous modem
1
Synchronous modem. Not supported
2
PAD Access (asynchronous). Not supported
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<itc>:
<service>
Description
3
Packet Access (synchronous). Not supported
4
Voice
5
Fax
6–127
All other values below 128 are reserved by GSM
07.07. Not supported
Not supported
<itc>
Description
0
3.1 kHz. Not supported
1
UDI. Not supported
AT+CREG
Network registration (ver. 2)
Description:
Controls the presentation of an unsolicited result code +CREG: <stat>
when <n>=1 and there is a change in the ME network registration status or
code +CREG: <stat>[,<lac>,<ci>] when <n>=2 and there is a change of the
network cell.
Read command returns the status of result code presentation and an integer <stat>, which shows whether the network has currently indicated the
registration of the ME. Location information elements <lac> and <ci> are
returned only when <n>=2 and ME is registered in the network.
Set command:
AT+CREG=[<n>]
Read command:
AT+CREG?
Read command
response:
+CREG: <n>,<stat>[,<lac>,<ci>]
Test command:
AT+CREG=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CREG: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameters:
<n>:
<n>
Description
0
Disable network registration unsolicited result code.
Default value
1
Enable network registration unsolicited result code,
+CREG: <stat>
2
Enable network registration and location
information unsolicited result code, +CREG:
<stat>[,<lac>,<ci>]
<stat>
Description
0
Not registered, the phone is not currently searching
a new operator to register to
1
Registered, home network
<stat>:
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<stat>
Description
2
Not registered, but ME is currently searching a new
operator to register to
3
Registration denied
4
Unknown
5
Registered, roaming
<lac>
Description
String type
Two byte location area code in hexadecimal format.
For example, “00C3” equals 195 in decimal
<ci>
Description
String type
Four byte cell ID in hexadecimal format. Four bytes
are required for UMTS, whereas only two bytes are
applicable for GSM and the two first bytes are then
zeros, for example, 00001A02
<lac>:
<ci>:
AT+COPS
Operator selection (ver. 2)
Description:
Forces an attempt to select and register the GSM/UMTS network operator. <mode> is used to select whether the selection is done automatically
by the ME or is forced by this command to operator <oper>, given in format <format>. If the selected operator is not available, no other operator is
selected, except when <mode>=4. The selected operator name format
applies to further read commands, +COPS? also. <mode>=2 forces an
attempt to deregister from the network. The selected mode affects to all
further network registration, for example, after <mode>=2, ME will be
unregistered until <mode>=0 or 1 is selected. This command is abortable
when registration/deregistration attempt is made.
Read command returns the current mode and the currently selected operator. If no operator is selected, <format> and <oper> are omitted.
Test command returns a list of quadruplets, each representing an operator
present in the network. A quadruplet consists of an integer indicating the
availability of the operator <stat>, long and short alphanumeric format of
the name of the operator and numeric format representation of the operator. Any of the formats may be unavailable and should then be an empty
field. The list of operators is in order: home network, networks referenced
in SIM and other networks.
It is recommended (although optional) that after the operator list, TA
returns lists of supported <mode>s and <format>s. These lists are delimited from the operator list by two commas.
Set command:
AT+COPS=[<mode>[,<format>[,<oper>[,AcT]]]]
Read command:
AT+COPS?
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Read command
response:
+COPS: <mode>[,<format>,<oper>]
Test command:
AT+COPS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+COPS: [list of supported (<stat>,long alphanumeric <oper>,short
alphanumeric <oper>,numeric <oper>)s][,,(list of supported <mode>s),(list
of supported <format>s)]
Parameters:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
0
Automatic (<oper> field is ignored.) Default value
1
Manual (<oper> field will be present)
2
Deregister from network. Not supported
3
Set only <format> (for read command +COPS?), do
not attempt registration/deregistration (<oper> field
is ignored). This value is not applicable in read
command response
4
Manual/automatic (<oper> field will be present). If
manual selection fails, automatic mode (<mode>=0)
is entered
<format>
Description
0
Long format alphanumeric <oper>. Default value.
1
Short format alphanumeric <oper>
2
Numeric <oper>
<oper>
Description
string type
<format> indicates if the format is alphanumeric or
numeric. Long alphanumeric format can be up to 16
characters long and short format up to 8 characters
(see GSM MoU SE.13). Numeric format is the GSM
Location Area Identification number (see GSM
04.08) which consists of a three BCD digit country
code coded as in ITU-T E.212 Annex A, plus a two
BCD digit network code, which is administration
specific: Returned <oper> will not be in BCD
format, but in IRA characters converted from BCD.
Hence the number has the structure: (country code
digit 3)(country code digit 2)(country code digit
1)(network code digit 2)(network code digit 1)
<stat>
Description
0
Unknown
<format>:
<oper>:
<stat>:
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<stat>
Description
1
Available
2
Current
3
Forbidden
<stat>
Description
0
GSM. Default value
1
GSM Compact. Not supported
2
UTRAN
<AcT>:
AT+CLIP
Calling line identification (ver. 2)
Description:
This command refers to the GSM/UMTS supplementary service CLIP
(Calling Line Identification Presentation) that enables a called subscriber to
get the Calling Line Identity (CLI) of the calling party when receiving a
mobile terminated call. Set command enables or disables the presentation
of the CLI at the terminal equipment. It has no effect on the execution of
the supplementary service CLIP in the network.
Read command gives the status of <n> and also triggers an interrogation
of the provision status of the CLIP service according to 3GPP TS 22.081
(given in <m>).
Test command returns values supported by the phone as a compound
value.
This command activates the result code +CLIP.
Set command:
AT+CLIP=<n>
Read command:
AT+CLIP?
Read command
response:
+CLIP:<n>,<m>
Test command:
AT+CLIP=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CLIP: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameters:
<n>:
<m>:
Sets/shows the result code representation status in the phone.
<n>
Description
0
Disable. Default value
1
Enable
Shows the subscriber CLIP service status in the network.
<m>
Description
0
CLIP not provisioned
1
CLIP provisioned
2
Unknown, for example, no network
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Note: When CLI is not available (<CLI validity>=2), <number> will be an empty string (““) and
<type> value will not be significant. Nevertheless, the phone may return the recommended value
128 for <type> (TON/NPI unknown in accordance with GSM 04.08 subclause 10.5.4.7).
When CLI has been withheld by the originator, (<CLI validity>=1) and the CLIP is provisioned with
the “override category” option (refer to 3GPP TS 22.081 and 3GPP TS 23.081), <number> and
<type> is provided. Otherwise, the phone will return the same setting for <number> and <type>
as if the CLI was not available.
AT+CLIR
Calling line identification restriction
Description:
This command refers to CLIR-service according to 3GPP TS 22.081 that
allows a calling subscriber to enable or disable the presentation of the CLI
to the called party when originating a call.
Set command overrides the CLIR subscription when temporary mode is
provisioned as a default adjustment for all following outgoing calls. Using
the opposite command can revoke this adjustment. If this command is
used by a subscriber without provision of CLIR in permanent mode the
network will act according to 3GPP TS 22.081.
Set command writes directly to non-volatile memory so that the setting is
preserved also after turning off/on the MS. The &F command does not
affect the setting.
Read command gives the default adjustment for all outgoing calls (given in
<n>) and also triggers an interrogation of the provision status of the CLIR
service (given in <m>).
Test command returns values supported by the TA as a compound value.
Set command:
AT+CLIR=[<n>]
Read command:
AT+CLIR? Displays the current <n> and <m> settings.
Test command:
AT+CLIR=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CLIR: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameters:
<n>:
<n>
Description
0
Presentation indicator is used according to the
subscription of the CLIR service. Default value
1
CLIR invocation, that is, number is hidden
2
CLIR suppression, that is, number is shown
<m>
Description
0
CLIR not provisioned
1
CLIR provisioned in permanent mode
2
Unknown, for example, no network
3
CLIR temporary mode presentation restricted
4
CLIR temporary mode presentation allowed
<m>:
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AT+CCFC
Calling forwarding number and conditions (ver. 2)
Description:
Allows control of the call forwarding supplementary service according to
3GPP TS 22.082. Registration, erasure, activation, deactivation and status
query are supported. When querying the status of a network service
(<mode>=2) the response line for “not active” case (<status>=0) should be
returned only if the service is not active for any <class>.
Execution
command:
AT+CCFC=<reason>,<mode>[,<number>[,<type>[,<class>[,<subaddr>
[,<satype>[,<time>]]]]]]
Execution command
response:
When <mode>=2 and command successful:
+CCFC:<status>,<class1>[,<number>,<type>,<subaddr>,<satype>[,<time
>]]][<CR><LF>
+CCFC:<status>,<class2>[,<number>,<type>[,<subaddr>,<satype>[,<tim
e>]]]
[...]]
Test command:
AT+CCFC=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CCFC: (list of supported <reason>s)
Parameters:
<reason>:
<reason>
Description
0
Unconditional
1
Mobile busy
2
No reply
3
Not reachable
4
All call forwarding (refer 3GPP TS 22.030)
5
All conditional call forwarding (refer 3GPP TS
22.030)
<mode>
Description
0
Disable
1
Enable
2
Query status
3
Registration
4
Erasure
<number>
Description
String type
Phone number of forwarding address in format
specified by <type>
<mode>:
<number>:
<type>:
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<type>
Description
Integer format
Type of address octet in integer format (GSM
04.08). Default value is 145 when dialling string
includes international access code character “+”,
otherwise 129
129
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national/international unknown.
Default value if “+” is not in <sca>
145
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, international
number.
Default value if '+' is in <sca>
161
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national number
128–255
Other values refer GSM 04.08 section 10.5.4.7
<subaddr>
Description
string type
String type subaddress of format specified by
<satype>
Not supported
<satype>
Description
integer type
Type of subaddress octet
Not supported
<classx>
Description
Integer
Sum of integers each representing a class of information.
Default value = 7
1
Voice L1
2
Data
4
Fax
8
Short message service
16
Data circuit sync
32
Data circuit async
64
Dedicated packet access
128
Dedicated PAD access
<time>
Description
1–30
When no reply is enabled or queried, this gives the
time in seconds to wait before a call is forwarded,
default value is 20.
Not supported
<subaddr>:
<satype>:
<classx>:
<time>:
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<status>:
<status>
Description
0
Not active
1
Active
AT+CCWA
Call waiting (ver. 2)
Description:
Allows control of the Call Waiting supplementary service according to
3GPP TS 22.083. Activation, deactivation and status query are supported.
When querying the status of a network service (<mode>=2) the response
line for 'not active' case (<status>=0) should be returned only if service is
not active for any <class>. Parameter <n> is used to disable/enable the
presentation of an unsolicited result code +CCWA:
<number>,<type>,<class> to the TE when call waiting service is enabled.
Command is abortable when network is interrogated.
The interaction of this command with other commands based on other
GSM/UMTS supplementary services is described in the GSM/UMTS
standards.
Execution
command:
AT+CCWA=[<n>[,<mode>[,<class>]]]
Execution command
response:
When<mode>=2 and command successful:
+CCWA:<status>,<class1>[<CR><LF>
+CCWA: <status>,<class2>
[…]]
Read command:
AT+CCWA?
Read command
response:
+CCWA: <n>
Test command:
AT+CCWA=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CCWA: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameters:
<n>:
<n>
Description
0
Disable. Default value
1
Enable
<mode>
Description
0
Disable
1
Enable
2
Query status
<mode>:
<classx>:
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<classx>
Description
Integer
Sum of integers each representing a class of information.
Default value=3
1
Voice L1
2
Data
4
Fax
8
Short message service
16
Data circuit sync
32
Data circuit async
64
Dedicated packet access
128
Dedicated PAD access
<status>
Description
0
Not active
1
Active
<status>:
AT+CHLD
Call hold and multiparty (ver. 1)
Description:
This command refers to a service that allows a call to be temporarily disconnected from the ME, but the connection is to be retained by the network and to a service that allows multiparty conversation. Calls can be put
on hold, recovered, released and added to conversation similarly as
defined in GSM 02.30.
This is based on the GSM supplementary services HOLD (Call Hold) (refer
GSM 02.83 clause 2) and MPTY (MultiParty, see GSM 02.84). The interaction of this command with other commands based on other GSM supplementary services is described in the GSM standard.
Note: Call Hold and MultiParty are only applicable to teleservice 11.
It is recommended (although optional) that test command returns a list of
operations which are supported. The call number required by some operations will be denoted by “x”. For example, +CHLD: (0,1,1x,2,2x,3).
Set command:
AT+CHLD=<n>
Test command:
AT+CHLD=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CHLD: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameter:
<n>:
Integer type. Equals numbers entered before SEND button in GSM 02.30
subclause 4.5.5.1.
<n>
Description
0
Releases all held calls or sets User Determined
User Busy (UDUB) for a waiting call
1
Releases all active calls and accepts the other
(waiting or held) call
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Note:
<n>
Description
1X
Releases the specific active call X
2
Places all active calls on hold and accepts the other
(held or waiting) call
2X
Places all active calls, except call X, on hold
3
Adds a held call to the conversation
4
Connects two calls and disconnects the subscriber
from both calls
“X” is the numbering (starting with 1) of the call given by the sequence of
setting up or receiving the calls (active, held or waiting) as seen by the
served subscriber. Calls hold their number until they are released. New
calls take the lowest available number. Where both a held and a waiting
call exists, the above procedures will apply to the waiting call (that is, not
to the held call) in conflicting situation.
The “directory number” case will be handled with dial command D and the
END case with hangup command H (or +CHUP).
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AT+CSSN
Supplementary service notification (ver. 2)
Description:
This command refers to supplementary service related network initiated
notifications. The set command enables/disables the presentation of notification result codes from TA to TE.
When <n>=1 and a supplementary service notification is received after a
mobile originated call setup, the unsolicited result code +CSSI:
<code1>[,<index>] is sent to TE before any other MO call setup result
codes presented in this ETS or in V.25ter. When several different
<code1>s are received from the network, each of them has its own +CSSI
result code.
When <m>=1 and a supplementary service notification is received during a
mobile terminated call setup, during a call or when a forward check supplementary service notification is received, the unsolicited result code
+CSSU: <code2>[,<index>] is sent to TE. In case of ME call setup, result
code is sent after every +CLIP result code and when several different
<code2>s are received from the network, each of them has its own
+CSSU result code.
Test command returns values supported by the TA as a compound value.
Set command:
AT+CSSN=[<n>[,<m>]]
Read command:
AT+CSSN?
Read command
response:
+CSSN: <n>,<m>
Test command:
AT+CSSN=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CSSN: (list of supported <n>s),(list of supported <m>s)
Parameters:
<n>:
<n>
Description
0
Disable the +CSSI result code presentation status
in the TA. Default value
1
Enable the +CSSI result code presentation status in
the TA
<m>
Description
0
Disable the +CSSU result code presentation status
in the TA. Default value
1
Enable the +CSSU result code presentation status
in the TA
<code1>
Description
0
Unconditional call forwarding is active
1
Some of the conditional call forwarding are active
2
Call has been forwarded
3
Call is waiting
<m>:
<code1>:
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<code1>
Description
5
Outgoing calls are barred
6
Incoming calls are barred
7
CLIR suppression rejected
<index>
Description
0–9
CUG index
10
No index (preferred CUG taken from subscriber
data)
<code2>
Description
0
This is a forwarded call (MT call setup)
1
This is a CUG call (also <index> present) (MT call
setup)
2
Call has been put on hold (during a voice call)
3
Call has been retrieved (during a voice call)
4
Multiparty call entered (during a voice call)
5
Call on hold has been released (during a voice call).
This is not a SS notification
6
Forward check SS message received (can be
received whenever). Not supported
<index>:
<code2>:
AT+CAOC
Advice of charge
Description:
This refers to the Advice of Charge supplementary service (GSM 02.24 and
GSM 02.86) that enables a subscriber to get information about the cost of
calls. With <mode>=0, the execution command returns the Current Call
Meter (CCM) value from the ME. The command also includes the possibility to enable an unsolicited event reporting of the CCM information. The
unsolicited result code +CCCM: <ccm> is sent when the CCM value
changes, but no more than every 10 seconds. Deactivation of the unsolicited event reporting is made with the same command.
Read command indicates whether the unsolicited reporting is activated or
not. Read command is available when the unsolicited result code is supported.
Execution
command:
AT+CAOC[=<mode>]
Read command:
AT+CAOC Displays the current <mode> setting.
Test command:
AT+CAOC=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CAOC: (list of supported <mode>s)
Parameter:
<mode>:
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<mode>
Description
0
Query CCM value. Default value
1
Deactivate the unsolicited reporting of CCM value
2
Activate the unsolicited reporting of CCM value
<ccm>
Description
String type
Three bytes of the current call meter value in
hexadecimal format. For example, “00001E”
indicates decimal value 30. The value is in home
units and bytes are similarly coded as the ACMmax
value in the SIM
<ccm>:
AT+CACM
Accumulated call meter (ver. 2)
Description:
Resets the Advice of Charge related Accumulated Call Meter (ACM) value
in SIM file EFACM. ACM contains the total number of home units for both
the current and preceding calls. SIM PIN2 is usually required to reset the
value.
Note: This command must take into account what line is chosen via the
MMI.
Read command returns the current value of ACM.
Set command:
AT+CACM=[<passwd>]
Read command:
AT+CACM?
Read command
response:
+CACM: <acm>
Test command:
AT+CACM=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<passwd>:
<passwd>
Description
String type
SIM – PIN2
<acm>
Description
String type
Accumulated call meter value. Similarly coded as
<ccm> under AT+CAOC
<acm>:
AT+CAMM
Accumulated call meter maximum
Description:
Sets the maximum Advice-of-Charge related Accumulated Call Meter
(ACM) value in the SIM file EFACMmax. ACMmax contains the maximum
number of home units allowed to be consumed by the subscriber. When
ACM (see AT+CACM) reaches ACMmax, calls are prohibited (see also
3GPP 22.024). SIM PIN2 is usually required to set the value.
Set command:
AT+CACM=[<acmmax>[,<passwd>]]
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Read command:
AT+CAMM? Displays the current <acmmax> value
Test command:
AT+CAMM=? Shows if the command is supported
Parameters:
<passwd>:
<passwd>
Description
String
SIM – PIN2
<acmmax>
Description
String
Accumulated call meter maximum value. Similarly
coded as <ccm> under AT+CAOC. The value “0”
disables the ACMmax feature
<acmmax>:
AT+CDIP
Called line identification presentation
Description:
This command relates to a network service that provides “multiple called
numbers (called line identifications) service” to an MT. This command enables a called subscriber to get the called line identification of the called
party when receiving a mobile terminated call. Set command enables or
disables the presentation of the called line identifications at the TE.
When the presentation of the called line identification at the TE is enabled,
+CDIP:<number>,<type>[,<subaddr>,<satype>] response is returned after
every RING (or +CRING: <type>) result code sent from TA to TE. The manufacturer specifies if this response is used when normal voice call is
answered.
Read command gives the status of <n> and also triggers an interrogation
of the provision status of the “multiple called numbers” service.
Set command:
AT+CDIP=[<n>]
Enables/disables a called subscriber to get the called line identification of
the called party when receiving a mobile terminated call.
Read command:
AT+CDIP? Displays the current <n> and <m> settings.
Read command
response:
+CDIP: <n>,<m>
Test command:
AT+CDIP=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CDIP: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameters:
<n>:
<n>
Description
0
Disable presentation of +CDIP result code. Default
value
1
Enable presentation of +CDIP result code
<m>:
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<m>
Description
0
”Multiple called numbers service” is not provisioned
1
”Multiple called numbers service” is provisioned
2
Unknown (no network, and so on)
AT+COLP
Connected line identification presentation
Description:
This command refers to the GSM/UMTS supplementary service COLP
(Connected Line Identification Presentation) that enables a calling subscriber to get the connected line identity (COL) of the called party after setting up a mobile originated call. The command enables or disables the
presentation of the COL at the terminal equipment. It has no effect on the
execution of the supplementary service COLR in the network.
When enabled (and called subscriber allows), +COLP:
<number>,<type>[,<subaddr>,<satype> [,<alpha>]] intermediate result
code is returned from the phone to terminal equipment before any +CR or
V.25ter responses.
Execution
command:
AT+COLP=[<n>]
Read command:
AT+COLP? Displays the current <n> and <m> settings.
Test command:
AT+COLP=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+COLP: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameters:
<n>:
<m>:
Sets/shows the result code presentation status in the phone.
<n>
Description
0
Enable result code presentation status. Default
value
1
Disable result code presentation status
Shows the subscriber COLP service status in the network.
<m>
Description
0
COLP not provisioned
1
COLP provisioned
2
Unknown, for example, no network
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AT+CPOL
Preferred operator list
Description:
Edits the user preferred list of networks in the active application on the
UICC (GSM or USIM) or preferred list of networks in the SIM card. Execution command writes an entry in the SIM list of preferred operators
(EFPLMNsel), when the SIM card is present or when the UICC is present
with an active GSM application. When UICC is present with an active
USIM application, execution commands writes an entry in the User controlled PLMN selector with Access Technology list (EFPLMNwAcT), only
the PLMN field could be entered, the Access Technologies for each PLMN
in this list is not accessible with this command (New command for accessing the Access Technologies for each PLMN in this list is FFS). If <index>
is given but <oper> is left out, entry is deleted. If <oper> is given but
<index> is left out, <oper> is put in the next free location. If only <format>
is given, the format of the <oper> in the read command is changed.
Note: ME may also update this list automatically when new networks are
selected.
Read command returns all used entries from the active application in the
UICC (GSM or USIM) user preferred list of networks or SIM card list of preferred operators.
Test command returns the whole index range supported by the active
application in the UICC (GSM or USIM) user preferred list of networks or
SIM card.
Execution
command:
AT+CPOL=[<index>][, <format>[,<oper>]]
Read command:
AT+CPOL?
Read command
response:
+CPOL: <index1>,<format>,<oper1>[<CR><LF>
+CPOL: <index2>,<format>,<oper2>
[...]]
Test command:
AT+CPOL=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CPOL: (list of supported <index>s),(list of supported <format>s)
Parameters:
<indexn>:
<indexn>
Description
Integer
The order number of operator in the active
application in the UICC (GSM or USIM) user
preferred list of networks or SIM card preferred
operator list
<format>
Description
0
Long format alphanumeric <oper>
1
Short format alphanumeric <oper>
2
Numeric <oper>. Default value
<format>:
<opern>:
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<opern>
Description
string type
<format> indicates if the format is alphanumeric or
numeric (see AT+COPS)
AT+COPN
Read operator names
Description:
Returns the list of operator names from the ME. Each operator code
<numericn> that has an alphanumeric equivalent <alphan> in the ME
memory is returned.
Execution
command:
AT+COPN
Execution command
response:
+COPN: <numeric1>,<alpha1> [<CR><LF>+COPN:
<numeric2>,<alpha2>[...]]
Test command:
AT+COPN=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<numericn>:
<numericn>
Description
String type
Operator in numeric format (see AT+COPS)
<alphan>
Description
String type
Operator in long alphanumeric format (see
AT+COPS)
<alphan>:
AT*EDIF
Divert function (ver. 2)
Description:
Enables and disables notification of divert status changes with the unsolicited result code *EDIF.
Set command:
AT*EDIF=<onoff>
Read command:
AT*EDIF? Displays the current <onoff> setting.
Test command:
AT*EDIF=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EDIF: (List of supported <onoff>s)
Parameter:
<onoff>:
<onoff>
Description
0
Disable notification with the unsolicited result code
*EDIF
1
Enable notification with the unsolicited result code
*EDIF
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AT*EIPS
Identify presentation set
Description:
Enables or disables the presentation of the alpha tag (first name and last
name) of the caller ID and called ID to the terminal equipment if the ID is
recognised. The presentation is performed by unsolicited result codes,
*ELIP for caller ID and *EOLP for called ID.
Set command:
AT*EIPS=<ID>,<alphatag_mode>
Read command:
AT*EIPS? Displays the current parameter settings.
Read command
response:
*EIPS: <ID1>,<alphatag_mode1><CR><LF>
*EIPS: <ID2>,<alphatag_mode2>
Test command:
AT*EIPS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EIPS: (List of supported <ID>s),(list of supported <alphatag_mode>s)
Parameters:
<ID>:
<ID>
Description
1
Caller ID (*ELIP)
2
Called ID (*EOLP)
<alphatag_mode>
Description
0
Off
1
First name and last name displayed
<alphatag_mode>:
Unsolicited result codes
+CREG
Network registration
Description:
Indicates that there is a change in the phone network registration status.
This result code is enabled by using AT+CREG.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CREG: <stat>
Parameter:
<stat>:
<stat>
Description
0
Not registered – The phone is currently not
searching for a new operator to register to
1
Registered – Home network
2
Not registered – The phone is currently searching
for a new operator to register to
3
Registration denied
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<stat>
Description
4
Unknown
5
Registered – Roaming
+CLIP
Calling line identification indication (ver. 2)
Description:
Enables a called subscriber to get the calling line identity (CLI) of the calling party when receiving a mobile terminated call.
This result code is activated by AT+CLIP.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CLIP:<number>,<type>[,<subaddr>,<satype>[,[<alpha>]
[,<CLI validity>]]]
Parameters:
<number>:
<number>
Description
String type
Phone number of format specified by <type>
<type>
Description
Integer format
Type of address octet
Refer to (Digital cellular telecommunications system
(Phase 2) (GSM); Mobile radio interface; Layer 3,
section 10.5.4.7)
129
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national/international unknown.
Default value if “+” is not in <sca>
145
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, international
number.
Default value if “+” is in <sca>
161
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national number
128–255
Other values, refer to (Digital cellular
telecommunications system (Phase 2) (GSM);
Mobile radio interface; Layer 3, section 10.5.4.7)
<type>:
<subaddr>:
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<subaddr>
Description
String type
String type subaddress of format specified by
<satype>. As described in ITU_T I.330:
“The subaddress is a sequence of digits, the maximum length of which will be 20 octets (40 digits).
All ISDNs will be capable of conveying the ISDN
subaddress transparently and will not be required
to examine or operate on any of the subaddress
information.
Special attention is drawn to the fact that subaddressing is not to be considered as part of the numbering plan, but constitutes an intrinsic part of ISDN
addressing capabilities. The subaddress will be
conveyed in a transparent way as a separate entity
from both ISDN number and user-to-user information. See also Recommendation I.334”
<satype>
Description
Integer format
Type of subaddress octet
128
NSAP (X.213/ISO 8348 AD2), even number of
address signals
136
NSAP (X.213/ISO 8348 AD2), odd number of
address signals
160
User defined, even number of address signals
168
User defined, odd number of address signals
128–255
Other values reserved
<alpha>
Description
String type
Optional string type alphanumeric representation of
<number> corresponding to the entry found in
phonebook. Used character set should be the one
selected with command AT+CSCS
<CLI_validity>
Description
0
CLI valid
1
CLI has been withheld by the originator
2
CLI is not available due to interworking problems or
limitations of originating network
<satype>:
<alpha>:
<CLI_validity>:
*ELIP
Calling line alpha tag
Description:
This result code is returned after every RING (or +CRING) result code sent
from phone to terminal equipment. This response is also sent when a
normal voice call is answered. This result code is enabled by using
AT*EIPS.
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Unsolicited result
code:
*ELIP: <alpha_tag>
Parameter:
<alpha_tag>:
String. A text with the first name and last name of the caller ID.
*EOLP
Connected line alpha tag
Description:
This result code is returned after every RING (or +CRING) result code sent
from phone to terminal equipment. This response is also sent when a
normal voice call is answered. This result code is enabled by using
AT*EIPS.
Unsolicited result
code:
*EOLP: <alpha_tag>
Parameter:
<alpha_tag>:
String. A text with the first name and last name of the called ID.
+CCWA
Call waiting notification
Description:
This unsolicited result code displays the specifics concerning the call
waiting supplementary service. This result code is enabled by using
AT+CCWA.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CCWA: <number>,<type>,<class>
Parameters:
<number>:
String. Phone number. Format specified by <type>.
<type>
Integer. Type of address octet.
<class>:
Integer. Sum of integers, each representing a class of information.
<class>
Description
1
Voice L1
128
Voice L2
+CSSI
Supplementary service notification
Description:
Refers to supplementary service related network-initiated notifications.
This unsolicited result code is sent when AT+CSSN <n>=’1’ and a
supplementary service notification is received after a mobile-originated call
setup. This result code is enabled by using AT+CSSN.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CSSI: <code1>[,<cindex>]
Parameters:
<code1>:
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<code1>
Description
0
Unconditional call forwarding is active
1
Some of the conditional call forwardings are active
2
A call has been forwarded
3
A call is waiting
5
Outgoing calls are barred
6
Incoming calls are barred
7
CLIR suppression rejected
8
This is a CUG call (<cindex> present)
<cindex>:
Integer. CUG index. Range: 0–32767.
+CSSU
Supplementary service notification
Description:
Refers to supplementary service related network-initiated notifications.
This unsolicited result code is sent when AT+CSSN <m>=’1’ and a
supplementary service notification is received during a mobile-originated
call setup, during a call or when a forward check supplementary service
notification is received. This result code is enabled by using AT+CSSN.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CSSU: <code2>[,<cindex>]
Parameters:
<code2>:
<code2>
Description
0
This is a forwarded call
2
A call has been put on hold (during voice call)
3
A call has been retrieved (during voice call)
4
A multiparty call entered (during voice call)
5
The call on hold has been released (during voice
call). This is not an SS notification
6
Forward check SS messages received (can be
received whenever)
10
This is a CUG call (<cindex> present)
<cindex>:
Integer. CUG index. Range: 0–32767.
+CCCM
Advice of charge call meter notification
Description:
This unsolicited result code is sent when the CCM value changes, but not
more often than every 10 seconds. The result code is enabled by using
AT+CAOC.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CCCM: <ccm>
Parameter:
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<ccm>:
String. Hexadecimal form of three bytes of the current call meter value.
The value is in home units and the bytes are coded similarly as the
ACMmax value in the SIM.
*EDIF
Divert function (ver. 2)
Description:
This unsolicited result code will be generated when a divert notification is
sent from the network provider. These notifications could be sent when a
service is actived, deactived or interrogated.
If a notification affects more than one class, then the <classx> will be
reported as a sum of the affected classes. If, for example, no bearerservice
is active the unsolicited report code will be:
*EDIF: 0, 0, 240,””,0
The phonenumber, <number>, will be empty and the <type> will be set to
zero if a service is erased. If a service is registered but not activated the
response will contain the registered <number> and the <type>.
Unsolicited result
code:
*EDIF: <reason>,<status>,<classx>[,<number>,<type>]
Parameters:
<reason>:
<reason>
Description
0
Unconditional
(CFU – Call Forwarding Unconditional).
This service lets a called mobile subscriber have the
network send incoming calls to the called mobile
subscriber directory number or to another directory
number. The subscriber can send all calls, or just
those associated with a specific basic service
group. CFU forwards all calls without regard to the
condition. It does not matter if the phone is on or off
1
Mobile busy subscriber
(CFB – Call forwarding on mobile busy subscriber).
This service lets a called mobile subscriber have the
network send incoming calls which meet mobile
subscriber busy to another directory number. The
subscriber can send all calls, or just those associated with a specific basic service group
2
No reply
(CFNny – Call forwarding on no reply).
This service lets a called mobile subscriber have the
network send incoming calls which meet no reply to
another directory number. The subscriber can send
all calls, or just those associated with a specific
basic service group
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<reason>
Description
3
Not reachable
(CFNrc – Call forwarding on not reachable).
This service lets a called mobile subscriber have the
network send incoming calls that do not reach the
subscriber number to another directory number.
The subscriber can send all calls, or just those
associated with a specific basic service group
4
All call forwarding.
This code describes all call forwarding services. It is
used in the deactivation command dialogue if a
user disables all services in one action
5
All conditional call forwarding.
This code describes all conditional call forwarding
services
<status>
Description
0
Disabled
1
Enabled. The phone is diverted for the <reason>
above
<status>:
<classx>:
Integer. Bit field representing the affected service.
<classx>
Description
1
Voice L1 (teleservice)
2
Data (teleservice)
4
Fax (teleservice)
8
SMS (teleservice)
16
Data circuit sync (bearerservice)
32
Data circuit async (bearerservice)
64
Dedicated packet access (bearerservice)
128
Dedicated PAD access (bearerservice)
<number>:
String. Phone number of forwarding address. Format specified by <type>.
<type>:
Integer. Type of address octet.
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<type>
Description
Integer
Type of address octet in integer format. Default
value is 145 when dialing string includes international access code character “+”, otherwise 129.
Note: Some network providers force the type of
number to international, that is, “+” will always be
appended and the <type> will be set to 145,
regardless of the format of the input.
* Output MSB TypeOfNumber NumberPlanID
* 128 0x80 0 (unknown) 0 (unknown)
* 129 0x80 0 (unknown) 1 (ISDN/Telephony)
* 144 0x80 1 (international) 0 (unknown)
* 145 0x80 1 (international) 1 (ISDN/Telephony)
* 161 0x80 2 (national) 1 (ISDN/Telephony)
+COLP
Connected line identification indication
Description:
Enables a calling subscriber to get the connected line identity (COL) of the
called party when setting up a mobile originated call. This result code is
activated by AT+BVRA.
Unsolicited result
code:
+COLP: <number>,<type>[,<subaddr>,<satype> [,<alpha>]]
Parameters:
See the +CLIP result code.
+CDIP
Called line identification presentation
Description:
Returned after every RING (or +CRING: <type>) result code sent from TA
to TE. This result code is activated by the AT+CDIP command.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CDIP:<number>,<type>[,<subaddr>,<satype>]
Parameters:
See the +CLIP (version 2) result code.
Use scenarios
Calling line identification
This use scenario performs the following steps:
1. Enable calling line identification
2. Receive calling line identity indication when receiving a mobile-terminated call
3. Disable calling line identification
AT command
Response
Comment
Enable calling line identification
AT+CLIP=1
OK
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AT command
Response
Comment
+CRING: VOICE
+CLIP:
”0706123456”,
129
After every CRING, the calling line identity is
presented
Reject call
AT+CLIP?
+CLIP: 1,1
OK
CLIP enabled and provisioned
Disable calling line identification
AT+CLIP=0
OK
Call hold and multiparty
This use scenario uses the call hold functionality to switch between two calls.
AT command
Response
Activate call waiting
AT+CCWA=1,1
ATD046193000;
Comment
OK
Originate a voice call
+CCWA:
Another call is waiting
”+46706123456”,
145
Put first call on hold and answer the second call
AT+CHLD=2
OK
Release the second call and recover the first call
AT+CHLD
OK
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Ensemble S7: GSM USSD
Commands
AT+CUSD
Unstructured supplementary service data (ver. 2)
Description:
Allows control of the Unstuctured Supplementary Service Data (USSD)
according to 3GPP TS 22.090. Both network and mobile initiated operations are supported. Parameter <n> is used to disable/enable the presentation of an unsolicited result code (USSD response from the network or
network initiated operation) +CUSD: <m>[,<str>] to the TE. In addition,
value <n>=2 cancels an ongoing USSD session.
When <str> is given, a mobile initiated USSD-string or a response USSDstring to a network initiated operation is sent to the network. The response
USSD-string from the network is returned in a subsequent unsolicited
+CUSD: result code.
The interaction of this command with other commands based on other
GSM/UMTS supplementary services is described in the GSM/UMTS
standards.
Test command returns values supported by the TA as a compound value.
In one session only the ME or the accessory can be active and send
USSD-strings.
Execution
command:
AT+CUSD=[<n>[,<str>[,<dcs>]]]
Read command:
AT+CUSD?
Read command
response:
+CUSD: <n>
Test command:
AT+CUSD=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CUSD: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameters:
<n>:
<n>
Description
0
Disable result code presentation in the TA. Default
value
1
Enable result code presentation in the TA
2
Terminate (abort) USSD dialogue. This value is not
applicable to the read command response. Not
supported
<str>
Description
string
USSD-string (when <str> parameter is not given,
network is not interrogated)
<str>:
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<str>
Description
If <dcs> indicates • If TE character set other than “HEX” (refer command Select TE Character Set +CSCS): ME/TA
that 3GPP TS 23.038
converts GSM alphabet into current TE charac7-bit default
ter set according to rules of 3GPP TS 27.005
alphabet is used:
Annex A
• If TE character set is “HEX”: ME/TA converts
each 7-bit character of GSM alphabet into two
IRA character long hexadecimal number. For
exampe, character P (GSM 23) is presented as
17 (IRA 49 and 55)
If <dcs> indicates
that 8-bit data
coding scheme is
used:
ME/TA converts each 8-bit octet into two IRA
character long hexadecimal number. For example,
octet with integer value 42 is presented to TE as
two characters 2A (IRA 50 and 65)
<dcs>
Description
Integer
3GPP TS 23.038 Cell Broadcast Data Coding
Scheme in integer format. Default value = 0
<dcs>:
Scenarios:
1a
1a An incoming network initiated USSD-Notify should be presented on the
ME display.
1b An incoming network initiated USSD-Notify should also be presented to
the accessory as a unsolicited result code +CUSD: if the accessory has
Enabled result code presentation.
2 An incoming USSD-request asking for a reply should be presented both
on the display of the ME and to the accessory as a unsolicited result code
+CUSD: if the accessory has Result code enabled.
2a If the ME answer to the request then the accessory should get a
+CUSD: telling the accessory that Other I/O client has responded.
2b If the accessory answer to the request with the command AT+CUSD
then the ME is notified of the answer but there should be no presentation
of the reply on the ME display. The display should be cleared.
3a A USSD request initiated and sent from the ME should not be presented to the accessory.
3b A USSD request sent with the command AT+CUSD from the accessory
should not be presented on the display of the ME.
Network
Mobile Equipment
Mobile Accessory
Signal ->
Show in display
Result code presentation disabled,
Not presented to accessory
1b
2
Result code presentation enabled,
Presented to accessory
Signal asking
for reply ->
Show in display
Result code presentation disabled,
Not presented to accessory
Result code presentation enabled,
Presented to accessory
2a
Answer
Other I/O client has
responded
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Network
Mobile Equipment
Mobile Accessory
2b
Answer from accessory Answer
not shown in display.
Display cleared.
3a
Edit in display and send
to network
3b
Signal from accessory Signal
not shown in display
Unsolicited result codes
+CUSD
CUSD indication
Description:
Indicates a network-initiated operation. This command is enabled by using
AT+CUSD.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CUSD: <m>[,<str>,<dcs>]
Parameters:
<m>:
<m>
Description
0
No further user action needed. (Network-initiated
USSD notify or no further information needed after
mobile-initiated operation)
1
Further user action needed. (Network-initiated
USSD request or further information needed after
mobile-initiated operation)
2
USSD dialogue terminated
3
Other I/O client has responded. This result code is
received if the network initiates a USSD dialogue
and some other I/O client responds
4
Operation not supported
5
Network time out
<str>:
String. USSD string.
<dcs>:
Integer. Cell broadcasting Data Coding Scheme.
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Ensemble S8: GSM facility lock
Commands
AT+CLCK
Facility lock (ver. 5)
Description:
Execution command is used to lock, unlock or interrogate an ME or a network facility <fac>. Password is normally needed to do such actions.
When querying the status of a network service (<mode>=2) the response
line for “not active” case (<status>=0) should be returned only if service is
not active for any <class>. This command should be abortable when network facilities are set or interrogated
Call barring facilities are based on GSM/UMTS supplementary services
(refer to 3GPP TS 22.088). The interaction of these with other commands
based on other GSM/UMTS supplementary services is described in the
GSM/UMTS standard.
Test command returns facility values supported by the phone as a compound value.
Note:
• “PS” and <mode>=1 correspond to Auto Lock
• Which <passwd> (PIN-code) that will be used for authentication is
manufacturer specific.
Execution
command:
AT+CLCK=<fac>,<mode>[,<passwd>[,<class>]]
Execution command
response:
When <mode>=2 and command successful:
+CLCK: <status>[,<class1>[<CR><LF>
+CLCK: <status>,<class2>
[...]]
Test command:
AT+CLCK=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CLCK: (list of supported <fac>s)
Parameters:
<fac>:
<fac>
Description
“CS”
CNTRL (lock control surface), for example, phone
keyboard
“PS”
PH-SIM (lock phone to SIM card). Phone asks for
password when other than current SIM card is
inserted. Not supported
“PF”
Lock Phone to the very First inserted SIM/UICC
card (also referred to as PH-FSIM). Phone asks for
password when other than the first SIM/UICC card
is inserted. Not supported
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<fac>
Description
“SC”
SIM (lock SIM card). SIM asks for a password when
the phone is powered-up and when this lock
command is issued
“P2”
SIM PIN 2.
”AO”
BAOC (Barr All Outgoing Calls). Refer to 3GPP TS
22.088 clause 1
”OI”
BOIC (Barr Outgoing International Calls). Refer to
3GPP TS 22.088 clause 1
“AI”
BAIC (Barr All Incoming Calls). Refer to 3GPP TS
22.088 clause 2
“IR”
BIC-Roam (Barr Incoming Calls when Roaming
outside the home country). Refer to 3GPP TS
22.088 clause 2
“OX”
BOIC-exHC (Barr Outgoing International Calls
except to Home Country). Refer to 3GPP TS 22.088
clause 1
“NT”
Barr incoming calls from numbers that are not
stored in TA memory. Not supported
“NM”
Barr incoming calls from numbers that are not
stored in phone memory. Not supported
“NS”
Barr incoming calls from numbers that are not
stored in SIM memory. Not supported
“NA”
Barr incoming calls from numbers that are not
stored in any memory. Not supported
“AB”
All barring services. Refer to 3GPP TS 22.030
(applicable only for <mode>=0)
“AG”
All outgoing barring services, refer to 3GPP TS
22.030 (applicable only for <mode>=0)
“AC”
All incoming barring services. Refer to 3GPP TS
22.030 (applicable only for <mode>=0)
“FD”
SIM card or active application in the UICC (GSM or
USIM) fixed dialling memory feature.
If PIN2 authentication has not been done during the
current session, PIN2 is required as <passwd>
“PN”
Network personalisation. Refer to 3GPP TS 22.022.
Not supported
“PU”
Network subset personalisation Refer to 3GPP TS
22.022. Not supported
“PP”
Service provider personalisation. Refer to 3GPP TS
22.022. Not supported
“PC”
Corporate personalisation. Refer to 3GPP TS
22.022. Not supported
<mode>
Description
0
Unlock
<mode>:
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<mode>
Description
1
Lock
2
Query status
<status>
Description
0
Not active
1
Active
2
Not available
<passwd>
Description
string type
Shall be the same as password specified for the
facility from the phone user interface or with
command AT+CPWD
<status>:
<passwd>:
<classx>:
A sum of integers each representing a class of information.
Default value =7
<classx>
Description
1
Voice
2
Data.
Refers to all bearer services. With <mode>=2 this
may only refer to some bearer service if the phone
does not support values 16, 32, 64 and 128
4
Fax
8
Short message service
16
Data circuit sync
32
Data circuit async
64
Dedicated packet access
128
Dedicated PAD access
AT+CPWD
Change password (Ver. 3)
Description:
Sets a new password for the facility lock function defined by command
Facility Lock AT+CLCK.
Test command returns a list of pairs which presents the available facilities
and the maximum length of their password.
Action command:
AT+CPWD=<fac>,<oldpwd>,<newpwd>
Test command:
AT+CPWD=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CPWD: list of supported (<fac>,<pwdlength>)s
Parameters:
<fac>:
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<fac>
Description
“CS”
CNTRL (lock control surface). For example, phone
keyboard. Not supported
“PS”
PH-SIM (lock phone to SIM card). Phone asks for a
password when other than current SIM card is
inserted
“SC”
SIM (Lock SIM card). SIM asks for a password
when the phone is powered-up and when this lock
command is issued
“P2”
SIM PIN2
“AO”
BAOC (Barr All Outgoing Calls). Refer to GSM 02.88
clause 1
“OI”
BOIC (Barr Outgoing International Calls). Refer to
GSM 02.88 clause 1
“AI”
BAIC (Barr All Incoming Calls). Refer to GSM 02.88
clause 2
“IR”
BIC-Roam (Barr Incoming Calls when Roaming
outside the home country). Refer to GSM 02.88
clause 2
“OX”
BOIC-exHC (Barr Outgoing International Calls
except to Home Country). Refer to GSM 02.88
clause 1
“NT”
Barr incoming calls from numbers that are not
stored in TA memory. Not supported
“NM”
Barr incoming calls from numbers that are not
stored in phone memory. Not supported
“NS”
Barr incoming calls from numbers that are not
stored in SIM memory. Not supported
“NA”
Barr incoming calls from numbers that are not
stored in any memory. Not supported
“AB”
All barring services. Refer to GSM 02.30
“AG”
All outgoing barring services. Refer to GSM 02.30
“AC”
All incoming barring services. Refer to GSM 02.30
“FD”
SIM fixed dialling memory feature (if PIN2
authentication has not been done during the current
session, PIN2 is required as <passwd>). Not
supported
<oldpwd>
Description
String type
<oldpwd> will be the same as password specified
for the facility from the ME user interface or with
command Change Password AT+CPWD
<oldpwd>:
<newpwd>:
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<newpwd>
Description
String type
<newpwd> is the new password. Maximum length
of password can be determined with <pwdlength>
<pwdlength>
Description
Integer type
Maximum length of the password for the facility
<pwdlength>:
Use scenarios
Phone lock function
This scenario describes:
•
•
•
•
Phone lock status query
Set lock
Set auto lock
Set full lock
AT command
Response
Comment
Query status
AT+CLCK=”PS”,2
OK
Set lock
AT+CLCK=”SC”,1,
”1234”
OK
Set automatic lock
AT+CLCK=”PS”,1,
”1234”
OK
Set full lock
AT+CLCK=”PS”,10,
”1234”
OK
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Ensemble S9: Mobile equipment, control
and status
Commands
AT+CFUN
Set phone functionality (ver. 2)
Description:
Selects the level of functionality <fun> in the MS. Level “full functionality”
is where the highest level of power is drawn. “Minimum functionality” is
where minimum power is drawn, that is, the ME is switched off and only
the RTC clock is running.
Note: ME resetting with <rst> parameter is not supported.
Test command returns values supported by the ME as a compound value.
Note: “AT+CFUN=” is interpreted as “AT+CFUN=0”
Set command:
AT+CFUN=[<fun>]
Read command:
AT+CFUN? Shows the current setting.
Read command
response:
+CFUN: <fun>
Test command:
AT+CFUN=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CFUN: (list of supported <fun>s)
Parameters:
<fun>:
<fun>
Description
0
Minimum functionality, that is, the phone is turned
off. Default value
1
Full functionality, that is, the phone is turned on
2
Disable phone transmit RF circuits only. Not
supported
3
Disable phone receive RF circuits only. Not
supported
4
Disable phone transmit and receive RF circuits.
Note: This is often referred to as “flight mode”
5
GSM only (WCDMA radio off)
6
WCDMA only (GSM radio off)
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AT+CPAS
Phone activity status (ver. 3)
Description:
Returns the activity status <pas> of the ME. It can be used to interrogate
the ME before requesting action from the phone.
When the command is executed without the <mode> argument, the command returns <pas> values from 0 to 128. When, on the other hand, the
command is executed with the <mode> argument set to 1, the command
may return <pas> values from 129 to 255.
Test command returns values supported by the ME as a compound value.
Execution
command:
AT+CPAS
Execution command
response:
+CPAS: <pas>
Test command:
AT+CPAS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CPAS: (list of supported <pas>s)
Parameters:
<pas>:
<pas>
Description
0
Ready – ME allows commands from TA/TE
1
Unavailable – ME does not allow commands from
TA/TE. Not supported
2
Unknown – ME is not guaranteed to respond to
instructions. Not supported
3
Ringing – ME is ready for commands from TA/TE,
but the ringer is active
4
Call in progress – ME is ready for commands from
TA/TE, but a call is in progress
5
Asleep – ME is unable to process commands from
TA/TE because it is in a low functionality state. Not
supported
AT+CPIN
PIN control (ver. 2)
Description:
The set command sends the password to the ME, which is necessary to
make the ME operational (SIM PIN, SIM PUK or PH-SIM). If the PIN is to be
entered twice, the TA will autonomously repeat the PIN. If no PIN request
is pending, no action is taken towards the ME and an error message is
returned to the TE.
If the PIN required is PUK, the second pin is required. This second PIN,
<newpin>, replaces the old PIN in the SIM.
Set command:
AT+CPIN=<pin>[,<newpin>]
Read command:
AT+CPIN?
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Read command
response
+CPIN: <code>
Test command:
AT+CPIN=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CPIN: (supported <code>s)
Parameters:
<pin><newpin>:
<pin><newpin>
Description
string
The range for the SIM PIN and the PH-SIM PIN is
4–8 digits. The SIM PUK consists of 8 digits. PHNET PIN, PH-NETSUB PIN, PH-SP PIN, PH-CORP
PIN, PH-ESL PIN and PH-SIMLOCK PIN are 8–16
digits
<code>
Description
READY
ME is not pending for any password
SIM PIN
ME is waiting for SIM PIN to be given
SIM PUK
ME is waiting for SIM PUK to be given
PH-SIM PIN
ME is waiting for Phone lock password to be given
SIM PIN2
ME is waiting for SIM PIN2 to be given. This <code>
is returned only when the last executed command
resulted in PIN2 authentication failure. If PIN2 is not
entered right after the failure, ME does not block its
operation
SIM PUK2
ME is waiting for SIM PUK2 to be given. This
<code> is returned only when the last executed
command resulted in PUK2 authentication failure. If
PUK2 and new PIN2 are not entered right after the
failure, ME does not block its operation
PH-NET PIN
ME is waiting for network personalisation password
to be given
PH-NETSUB PIN
ME is waiting for network subset personalisation
password to be given
PH-SP PIN
ME is waiting for service provider personalisation
password to be given
PH-CORP PIN
ME is waiting for corporate personalisation
password to be given
PH-ESL PIN
Extended SIM lock
BLOCKED
The SIM card is blocked for the user
<code>:
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AT+CBC
Battery charge (ver. 2)
Description:
Execution and read command returns battery connection status <bcs>
and battery level <bcl> of the phone.
Note: Even when a charger is connected, the parameter <bcl> still will give
the status of the battery capacity in percent.
Execution
command:
AT+CBC
Execution command
response:
+CBC: <bsc>,<bcl>
Read command:
AT+CBC? Displays the current <bcs> and <bcl> values.
Test command:
AT+CBC=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CBC: (list of supported <bcs>s),(list of supported <bcl>s)
Parameters:
<bcs>:
<bcs>
Description
0
Phone powered by the battery. No charger
connected
1
Phone has a battery connected, but it is powered
by the charger
2
Phone does not have a battery connected
<bcl>
Description
0
Battery exhausted
1–99
Battery charging level. The battery has 1–99
percent of capacity remaining
100
Battery fully charged
<bcl>:
AT+CSQ
Signal quality (ver.1)
Description:
Returns received signal strength indication <rssi> and channel bit error
rate <ber> from the phone.
Execution
command:
AT+CSQ
Execution command
response:
+CSQ: <rssi>,<ber>
Test command:
AT+CSQ=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CSQ: (list of supported <rssi>s),(list of supported<ber>s)
Parameters:
<rssi>:
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<rssi>
Description
0
-113 dBm or less
1
-111 dBm
2–30
-109 dBm to -53 dBm
31
-51 dBm or greater
99
Not known or not detectable
<ber>
Description
0–7
As RXQUAL values in the table in GSM 05.08
subclause 8.2.4
99
Not known or not detectable
<ber>:
AT+CKPD
Keypad control (ver. 7)
Description:
Emulates ME keypad by giving each keystroke as a character in a string
<keys>. <time>*0.1 seconds is the time to strike each key and
<pause>*0.1 seconds is the length of pause between two strokes. This
command should be accepted (OK returned) before actually starting to
press the keys. Thus unsolicited result codes of keys that have been
pressed and display events can be returned (see AT+CMER).
The physical keypad will always have higher priority than emulation of keystrokes via AT+CKPD. That is, if the physical keypad is operated during
execution of a series of keystrokes generated by AT+CKPD the emulated
keypad operation is to be terminated immediately.
Note: The default GSM character set does not contain the “[“ and “]” characters used to emulate the left and right selection keys. Before sending
any of these keys with AT+CKPD, the character set needs to be changed,
for example, to 8859-1 by sending the command AT+CSCS=”8859-1”.
Execution
command:
AT+CKPD=<keys>[,<time>[,<pause>]]
Test command:
AT+CKPD=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<keys>:
String of characters representing keys as listed in the following table
(based on PCCA STD-101 Annex table I – 3). Colon character (IRA 58) followed by one character can be used to indicate a manufacturer specific
key not listed here. All characters from a semicolon character (IRA 59) to
the next single semicolon characters are treated as alpha entries and are
not converted to key equivalents. All semicolon characters inside alpha
entries should be duplicated in the TE and stripped to one before entering
to the ME. All IRA values not listed here are reserved.
Note: The SEND and END keypad values should be mapped to appropriate keys.
Char
IRA (dec)
Comment (+ some known key
symbols)
#
35
Hash (number sign)
*
42
Star (*)
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Char
IRA (dec)
Comment (+ some known key
symbols)
0–9
48– 57
Number keys
:
58
Escape character for manufacturer
specific keys
<
60
Left arrow
>
62
Right arrow
C/c
67/99
Clear display (C/CLR)
D/d
68/100
Volume down
L/l
76/108
Phone lock (LOCK)
If supported by ME
P/p
80/112
Power (PWR)
U/u
85/117
Volume up
If supported by ME
V/v
86/118
Down arrow
[
91
Soft key 1
]
93
Soft key 2
^
94
Up arrow
:G
58+71
Go music button.
If supported by ME
:J
58+74
Joystick button pressed
:C
58+99
Camera button (full press on camera
button). Note: CKPD with “:F” must be
called before this key command will
work.
If supported by ME
:O
58+79
Operator button.
If supported by ME
:R
58+82
Return button
H/h
200
Button pushed on the MC link
(Bluetooth) headset
:M
58+77
Video call
If supported by ME
:F
58+70
Camera focus (camera key half press)
If supported by ME
:(
58+40
Flip closed
If supported by ME
:)
58+41
Flip opened
If supported by ME
:{
58+123
Camera lens cover closed
If supported by ME
:}
58+125
Camera lens cover opened
If supported by ME
:[
58+91
Jack knife closed
If supported by ME
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Char
IRA (dec)
Comment (+ some known key
symbols)
:]
58+93
Jack knife opened
If supported by ME
:D
58+68
Multi task button (shortcut to desktop)
If supported by ME
:L
58+76
Flash lamp button
If supported by ME
:P
58+80
“Push to talk” button
If supported by ME
:S
58+83
Media player button
If supported by ME
:=
58+61
Fire (gamepad)
:<
58+60
Up left (gamepad)
:|
58+124
Up right (gamepad)
:V
58+86
Down left (gamepad)
:>
58+62
Down right (gamepad
:1
58+49
Game A (gamepad)
:2
58+50
Game B (gamepad)
:3
58+51
Game C (gamepad)
:4
58+51
Game D (gamepad)
:A
58+65
Game Internal A.
If supported by ME
:B
58+66
Game Internal B.
If supported by ME
:\
58+92
Slide closed.
If supported by ME
:/
58+47
Slide opened.
If supported by ME
:X
58+88
Jog Dial up.
If supported by ME
:Y
58+89
Jog Dial down.
If supported by ME
:Z
58+90
Jog Dial press.
If supported by ME
<time>:
<time>
Description
0–255
0 to 25.5 seconds (default values are manufacturer
specific, but should be so long that a normal ME
can handle keystrokes correctly)
<pause>:
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<pause>
Description
0–255
0 to 25.5 seconds (default values are manufacturer
specific, but should be so long that a normal ME
can handle keystrokes correctly)
AT+CIND
Indicator control (ver. 5)
Description:
Check the current status of indicators and states in the phone, for example, check if a charger is connected, check the current state for a call
setup, and so on. The order in which the indicators are shown is based on
the information received when running the test command.
The read command returns status of ME indicators. If the ME is not currently reachable, +CME ERROR: <err> is returned.
The test command returns pairs, where string value <descr> is a maximum
16 character description of the indicator and compound value is the
allowed values for the indicator. If ME is not currently reachable, +CME
ERROR: <err> is returned.
The RX level is sent every 60 seconds. But it is also sent if the abs (difference between last sent level) is greater than two. What could happen is
that the level changes two steps in the 59th second and an indication of
this is sent. The next second the 60 second interval ends and another indication is sent.
Read command:
Read current setting:
AT+CIND?
Read command
response:
Test command:
Test command
response:
+CIND: <ind>,<ind>,…
AT+CIND=? Test if the command is supported and list supported
parameters.
+CIND: (<descr>,(list of supported <ind>s)),(<descr>,(list of supported
<ind>s)),…
Parameters:
<ind>:
<ind>
Description
Integer type
Value will be in range of the corresponding <descr>
<descr>
Description
“battchg”
Battery charge level (0–5)
“signal”
Signal quality (0–5)
“batterywarning”
Battery warning (0–1)
<descr>:
“chargerconnected” Charger connected (0–1)
“service”
Service availability (0–1) – Net contact status, 1 =
Net contact
“message”
Message received (0–1)
“call”
Call in progress (0–1)
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<descr>
Description
“roam”
Roaming indicator (0–1) – Home net status, 0 =
Home Net
“callsetup”
Bluetooth proprietary call set up status indicator.
Possible values are as follows (range is 0–3):
0: Not currently in call set up
1: Incoming call process ongoing
2: Outgoing call set up is ongoing
3: Remote party being alerted in an outgoing call
“callheld”
Indicates the status of any held calls on the AG:
0 = No held calls.
1 = Call is placed on hold or active/held calls
swapped
2 = Call on hold
Supported if phone uses Bluetooth handsfree
profile 1.5
AT+CMAR
Master reset
Description:
Requests the phone to reset user data (factory reset). The user data in the
phone will be reset to default values.
If the phone is locked and this command is used, then the phone is
unlocked after the master reset.
The parameter <option> is not in the 3GPP standard. This is an extension
of the command for Sony Ericsson.
Execution
command:
AT+CMAR=<phone_lock_code>[,<option>]
Test command:
AT+CMAR=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<phone_lock_code>:
<phone_lock_code> Description
String
Security code (Phone Lock code) must be verified
before performing the master reset, see also
AT+CLCK
<option>
Description
0
Initiates a “Master Reset”. All settings in the phone
are restored to the factory settings. All user data
such as contacts in phonebook, downloaded files,
WAP settings, and so on, are also erased
1
Initiates a “Reset Settings”. Settings in the phone
will be restored to the factory settings. User data
such as contacts in phonebook, downloaded files,
WAP settings, and so on, are kept
<option>:
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AT+CMER
Mobile equipment event reporting
Description:
Enables or disables sending of unsolicited result codes from ME to TE in
the case of key pressings, display changes and indicator state changes.
<mode> controls the processing of unsolicited result codes specified
within this command. <bfr> controls the effect on buffered codes when
<mode> 1, 2 or 3 is entered. If the ME does not support a setting, +CME
ERROR: <err> is returned.
Set command:
AT+CMER=[<mode>[,<keyp>[,<disp>[,<ind>[,<bfr>]]]]]
Read command:
AT+CMER? Displays the current <mode>, <keyp>, <disp>, <ind> and
<bfr> settings.
Test command:
AT+CMER=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CMER: (list of supported <mode>s),(list of supported <keyp>s),(list of
supported <disp>s),(list of supported <ind>s),(list of supported <bfr>s)
Parameters:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
0
Buffer unsolicited result codes in the phone. If the
phone result code buffer is full, codes can be buffered elsewhere or the oldest result codes can be
removed to make room for the new result codes.
Default value
3
Forward the unsolicited result codes directly to the
terminal equipment. Phone terminal equipment linkspecific in-band technique is used to embed result
codes and data when phone is in online data mode
<keyp>
Description
0
No keypad event reporting. Default value
2
Keypad event reporting using
+CKEV:<key>,<press>. Enables keypad event
reporting of all key pressing.
Note: When this mode is enabled, corresponding
result codes of all keys currently pressed should be
flushed to the TA regardless of <bfr> setting
<disp>
Description
0
No display event reporting. Default value
<ind>
Description
0
No indicator event reporting. Default value
<keyp>:
<disp>:
<ind>:
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<ind>
Description
1
Indicator event reporting using +CIEV:
<ind>,<value>. <ind> indicates the indicator order
number (as specified for +CIND) and <value> is the
new value of indicator. Only those indicator events,
which are not caused by +CIND will be indicated by
the TA to the TE
<bfr>
Description
0
TA buffer of unsolicited result codes defined within
this command is cleared when <mode> 1...3 is
entered. Default value
<bfr>:
AT*ECAM
Ericsson call monitoring (ver. 2)
Description:
This command activates or deactivates the call monitoring function in the
ME. When this log function is activated in the ME, the ME informs about
call events, such as incoming call, connected, hang up, and so on.
It is preferrable that the current status is always sent with result code
*ECAV:<ccid>,<ccstatus>,<calltype>, <processid> , <exitcause>
,<number>,<type> when activating the log function. The purpose of this is:
• to gather relevant information for the call log in a TE.
• to make it possible for the TE to display call state information for an
ongoing call.
Set command:
AT*ECAM=<onoff>
Read command:
AT*ECAM? Read the current status for Call Monitoring.
Read command
response:
*ECAM: <onoff>
Test command:
AT*ECAM=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*ECAM: list of supported <onoff>s
Parameters:
<onoff>:
<onoff>
Description
0
The call log function is disabled (off). Default value
1
The call log function is enabled (on)
<ccid>
Description
Integer (1–7)
A number which uniquely defines a call in the phone
(= number of call control process). There cannot be
two call IDs with the same number simultaneously.
The maximum number of call control processes is
seven, five multiparty members, one call on hold
and one waiting call
<ccid>:
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<ccstatus>:
<ccstatus>
Description
0
IDLE
1
CALLING (MO)
2
CONNECTING (MO)
3
ACTIVE (connection between A and B)
4
HOLD
5
WAITING (MT)
6
ALERTING (MT)
7
BUSY
<calltype>
Description
1
VOICE
2
DATA
4
FAX Not supported
128
VOICE2
<processid>
Description
Integer
Reported when returning to the IDLE state
(<ccstatus> = 0).
8 = H’08 = CC (Call control)
68 =H’44 = MM (Mobile Management)
69 = H’45 = MS (Mobile Station)
122 = H’7A = RR (Radio Resources)
<exit cause>
Description
Integer
Exit cause according to GSM 04.08. Reported
when returning to IDLE state (<ccstatus> = 0)
<number>
Description
String
String type phone number of format specified by
<type>. Only valid for <ccstatus> = 1 (CALLING)
<calltype>:
<processid>:
<exit cause>:
<number>:
<type>:
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<type>
Description
Integer
Type of address octet in integer format (refer to
GSM 04.08 subclause 10.5.4.7). Default value is
145 when dialling string includes international
access code character “+”, otherwise 129. Only
valid for:
• <ccstatus> = 1 (CALLING)
• <ccstatus> = 5 (WAITING)
• <ccstatus> = 6 (ALERTING)
AT+CLAN
Language
Description:
Sets the language in the phone. If the language has been set to “AUTO”,
the read command returns the current language set from the SIM card.
Hence, the “AUTO” code is never returned by the read command.
Set command:
AT+CLAN=<code>
Read command:
AT+CLAN? Displays the current language setting.
Test command:
AT+CLAN=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CLAN: (list of supported <code>s)
Parameter:
<code>:
Language codes defined in ISO 639. Consists of two characters, for
example, “sv”, “en”, and so on.
<code>
Description
“AUTO”
Read the language code from the SIM card.
“AUTO” is never returned by the read command
Miscellaneous language codes
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AT*EJAVA
Ericsson Java application function
Description:
Requests the MT to perform a Java application function specified by
<application> and <action>.
Note:
• There is no guarantee that the application will execute. The command
will return OK if the command, including parameters, is supported. This
also means that there is no correlation between the OK response and
the time the application function is performed by the MT.
• If the AT*EJAVA command is issued and the <application> parameter
references an application that is already running, a second instance of
this application will not be started. The application already running
should however perform the action indicated with the <action>
parameter.
Set command:
AT*EJAVA=<action>[,<application>]
Set command
response:
If <action>=1 (list applications):
*EJAVA:[<application_name1>,<object_id1>]
*EJAVA:[,<application_name2>,<object_id2>...]
Test command:
AT*EJAVA=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EJAVA: List of supported <action>s[, (list of <application_id>s)]
Parameters:
<action>:
<application>:
<action>
Description
0
Run a java application. The search path to the
application must be provided in <application>. Not
supported (obsolete)
1
List installed java applications. No value on
<application> needed
2
Delete a java application. The <suite_id> of the
application must be provided in <application>
3
Install a java application. The search path to the
application must be provided in <application>.
Note: This parameter can use two application variables for the support of JAD and JAR installation.
For example, at*ejava=3,”/tpa/user/other/
XYZ.jad”,”/tpa/user/other/XYZ.jar”
4
Run an installed java application. The
<application_id> of the application must be
provided in <application>
5
List all running JAVA applications in ME
6
Terminate a MIDlet. For example, “at*ejava=6,XYZAPP-SUITE-ID”. The application instance with ID
XYZ-APP-SUITE-ID should be stopped
Note: Should not be given for <action> = 1 (list applications).
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<application>
Description
String
For <action> = 0, 3:
The search path to the application to be run/
installed
Integer
For <action> = 2:
The <suite_id> of the application
Integer
For <action> = 4:
The <application_id> of the application
<application_name>:
<application_name> Description
String
The name of a java application located in the
specified directory
<vendor>
Description
String
The name of the vendor
<version>
Description
String
The actual version of the application
<application_id>
Description
Integer
The application ID for the application
<suite_id>
Description
Integer
The unique ID for the suite
<vendor>:
<version>:
<application_id>:
<suite_id>:
AT+CSIL
Silence Command
Description:
Orders the phone to be in silent mode or orders the phone to leave the
silent mode. When the phone is in silent mode, all sounds from the phone
must be prevented. An icon will show the user that silent mode is active. If
no parameter is given to the SET command it will use <mode> = 0 as
parameter.
Execution
command:
AT+CSIL=[<mode>]
Read command:
AT+CSIL? Displays the current <mode> setting.
Read command
response:
+CSIL: <mode>
Test command:
AT+CSIL=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CSIL: (list of supported <mode>s)
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Parameter:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
0
Silent mode off. Default value
1
Silent mode on
AT*ESKL
Key-lock mode
Description:
Sets the key lock mode in the phone.
Set command:
AT*ESKL=<mode>
Read command:
AT*ESKL? Displays the current <mode> setting.
Test command:
AT*ESKL=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*ESKL: (list of supported <mode>s)
Parameter:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
0
MANUAL. The user has to manually lock the
keyboard. Default value
1
AUTOMATIC. The phone will, after a time delay,
automatically lock the keyboard
AT*ESKS
Key sound
Description:
Sets the key sound in the phone.
Set command:
AT*ESKS=<mode>
Read command:
AT*ESKS? Displays the current <mode> setting.
Test command:
AT*ESKS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*ESKS: (list of supported <mode>s)
Parameter:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
0
SILENT – no sound when a key is pressed. Default
value
1
CLICK – short click when a key is pressed.
2
TONE – a continuous tone when a key is pressed.
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AT*EAPP
Application function (ver. 5)
Description:
Requests the MT to perform an application function specified by <app>
and <subfunc>. The <subfunc> parameter specifies which function within
the specified application to call. The <text> parameters can be used to
pass data to the application. The use of the <text> parameters are specified with each subfunction.
Note: There is no guarantee that the application will execute. The command will return OK if the command, including parameters, is supported.
There is no correlation between the OK response and the time the application function is performed by the MT.
Note: If the *EAPP command is issued and the <app> parameter references an application that is already running, a second instance of this
application will not be started. The application already running should
however perform the subfunction indicated with the <subfunc> parameter.
Note: The syntax for MMS (<app>=6) is as follows:
AT*EAPP=6,<subfunc1>[,<text1>[,<subfunc2>,<text2>[,<subfunc3>,<text
3>…]]]
It is thus possible to add different attachments (image, video clips, and so
on) to a message.
Example: Sending a message with text, “Look at my new car!” and an
image located in “//filesystem/pictures/mycar.jpg”:
AT*EAPP=6,0,“Look at my new car!”,4,“//filesystem/pictures/mycar.jpg”
The syntax for email (<app>=2) is the same as the syntax for MMS:
AT*EAPP=2,0,“Look at my new car!”,4,“//filesystem/pictures/mycar.jpg”
Test command shows which applications and subfunctions are supported
by the MT.
AT*EAPP=?
*EAPP: 0,(0-5)
*EAPP: 1,(1,3,4-5)
*EAPP: 3,(0,4)
*EAPP: 4,(0-2)
Set command:
AT*EAPP=<app>[,<subfunc>[,<text1>[,<text2>]]]
Test command:
AT*EAPP=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EAPP: <app>,(list of supported <subfunc>s)[<CR><LF>
<app>,(list of supported <subfunc>s)[...]]
Parameters:
<app>:
<app>
Description
0
Message application
1
Phonebook application
2
Email application
3
WAP application
4
Calendar application
5
Not supported
6
Multimedia messaging application
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<subfunc>:
<app>
Description
7
Notes application
8
Image browser
9
Sound browser
10
Camera application
11
Media player application
Application specific information, see tables below.
<subfunc>, <app=0> Description
0
Send new SMS message. Pre-entered message
text can be provided in <text1>. Default value
1
Inbox
2
Unsent
3
Add new template. Pre-entered message text can
be provided in <text1>
4
Sent items.
5
Send new message to specific phonebook entry.
Pre-entered message text can be provided in
<text1>.
The name of the phonebook entry to send message
to will be provided in <text2>
6
Send new message and include formatting
characters and PB entry for Email.
Note: It is up to the MT to insert the formatting
characters and the PB entry
7
Send new message and include formatting
characters for www.
Note: It is up to the MT to insert the formatting
characters and the PB entry
8
Add picture
9
Add melody
<subfunc>, <app=1> Description
0
Add new number. Pre-entered number can be
provided in <text1>. Default value
1
Find and call. Pre-entered name can be provided in
<text1>.
Note: If a name is provided, the search is started
without user interaction
2
Find and edit. Pre-entered name can be provided in
<text1>.
Note: If a name is provided, the search is started
without user interaction
3
Add new voice label
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<subfunc>, <app=1> Description
4
Add new group. Pre-entered name can be provided
in <text1>
5
Add new email address. Pre-entered address can
be provided in <text1>
<subfunc>, <app=2> Description
0
Send new message. Pre-entered message (body)
text can be provided in <text1>. Default value
1
Inbox (read new mail):
• <text1>=’Y’ => check for new mail
• <text1>=’N’ => do not check for new mail
2
Outbox
3
Draft
4
Add attachment – image. Search path in the file
system to the image will be included in <text>
5
Add attachment – voice or sound clip. Search path
in the file system to the audio file will be included in
<text>
6
Add attachment – motion. Search path in the file
system to the video clip will be included in <text>
7
Add attachment – vCard. Search path in the file
system to the vCard object will be included in
<text>
8
Add attachment – vCalender. Search path in the file
system to the vCalender object will be included in
<text>
9
Add attachment – URL
<subfunc>, <app=3> Description
0
Enter address (URL). Pre-entered URL can be
provided in <text1>. Default value
1
Go to address. Pre-entered URL must be provided
in <text1>.
The connection is initiated without user interaction
2
Add new bookmark
3
Edit homepage
4
Go to homepage
5
Go to last visited page
<subfunc>, <app=4> Description
0
Add new appointment. Default value
1
Add new ToDo
2
ToDo view
3
Today view
4
Week view
5
Month view
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<subfunc>, <app=6> Description
0
Send new text message. Text will be included in
<text1>
1
Inbox (read new mail).
<text1>=”Y” => Check for new mail.
<text1>=”N” => Do not check for new mail
2
Outbox
3
Draft
4
Add attachment – image. Search path in the file
system to the image will be included in <text>
5
Add attachment – voice or sound clip. Search path
in the file system to the audio file will be included in
<text>
6
Add attachment – motion. Search path in the file
system to the video clip will be included in <text>
7
Add attachment – vCard. Search path in the file
system to the vCard object will be included in
<text>
8
Add attachment – vCalender. Search path in the file
system to the vCalender object will be included in
<text>
9
Add attachment – vNote. Search path in the file
system to the vNote object will be included in
<text>
10
Add attachment – Theme
<subfunc>, <app=7> Description
0
Create new note. Pre-entered message text can be
provided in <text1>. Default value
1
Display list of notes. If only notes of a certain class
should be shown, its name can be provided in
<text1>
<subfunc>, <app=8> Description
0
Display an image in fullscreen mode. This is done
by choosing a directory that contains only one
picture. The directory is specified in <text1>
1
Display thumbnail images. The command shows
thumbnail images of all pictures in the directory
specified by <text1>
2
Delete one or several image(s). The image name is
specified in <text1>.
Note: Request from image handler, not image
browser
255
Close image browser
<subfunc>, <app=9> Description
0
Play a certain sound The search path to the sound
file will be provided in <text1>
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<subfunc>, <app=9> Description
255
Close sound browser
<subfunc>,
<app=10>
Description
0
Start the camera application
<subfunc>,
<app=11>
Description
0
Start the media player application and play the file
located in the search path provided in <text1>
Example:
AT*EAPP=?
*EAPP: 0,(0-7)
*EAPP: 1,(0-5)
*EAPP: 2,(0-4)
*EAPP: 3,(0-4)
*EAPP: 4,(0-5)
*EAPP: 7,(0-3)
*EAPP: 8,(0-2,255)
OK
AT+CMEC
Mobile equipment control mode
Description:
Selects which equipment operates the ME keypad, writes to the the ME
display and sets ME indicators. If operation mode is not allowed by the
phone, +CME ERROR: <err> is returned.
Execution
command:
AT+CMEC=[<keyp>[,<disp>[,<ind>]]]
Read command:
AT*CMEC? Reads the current settings. +CMEC: <keyp>,<disp>,<ind>
Test command:
AT+CMEC=? Tests if the commands is supported.
Test command
response:
+CMEC: (list of supported <keyp>s),(list of supported <disp>s),(list of
supported <ind>s)
Parameters:
<keyp>:
<keyp>
Description
0
ME can be operated only through its keypad
(execution command of AT+CKPD cannot be used)
1
ME keypad can be operated only from TE (with
command AT+CKPD)
2
ME keypad can be operated from both ME keypad
and TE
<disp>
Description
0
only ME can write to its display (command
AT+CDIS can only be used to read the display)
<disp>:
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<disp>
Description
1
only TE can write to ME display (with command
AT+CDIS)
2
ME display can be written by both ME and TE
<ind>
Description
0
only ME can set the status of its indicators
(command AT+CIND can only be used to read the
indicators)
1
only TE can set the status of ME indicators (with
command AT+CIND)
2
ME indicators can be set by both ME and TE
<ind>:
AT+CRSM
Restricted SIM access
Description:
By using this command instead of Generic SIM Access, +CSIM, TE
application has easier but more limited access to the SIM database. Set
command transmits the SIM <command> and its required parameters to
the ME. ME handles all SIM – ME interface locking and file selection
routines internally. In response to the command, ME sends the actual SIM
information parameters and response data. ME error result code +CME
ERROR may be returned when the command cannot be passed to the
SIM, but failure in the execution of the command in the SIM is reported in
<sw1> and <sw2> parameters.
Execution
command:
AT+CRSM=<command>[,<fileid>
[,<P1>,<P2>,<P3>[,<data>]]]
Response:
+CRSM: <sw1>,<sw2>[,<response>]
Test command:
AT+CRSM=? Test if the command is supported
Parameters:
<command>:
<fileid>:
<command>
Description
176
READ BINARY
178
READ RECORD
192
GET RESPONSE
214
UPDATE BINARY
220
UPDATE RECORD
242
STATUS. Not supported
Note: The range of valid file identifiers depends on the actual SIM and is
defined in 3GPP 51.011. Optional files may not be present at all.
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<fileid>
Description
Integer
Parameters passed on by the ME to the SIM. These
parameters are mandatory for every command,
except GET RESPONSE and STATUS. The values
are described in 3GPP 51.011
<P1>, <P2>, <P3>
Description
Integer
Parameters passed on by the ME to the SIM. These
parameters are mandatory for every command,
except GET RESPONSE and STATUS. The values
are described in 3GPP 51.011
<data>
Description
String
Information which is written to the SIM
<sw1>,<sw2>
Description
Integer
Information from the SIM about the execution of the
actual command. These parameters are delivered
to the TE in both cases, on successful or failed
execution of the command.
<response>
Description
String
Response of a successful completion of the
command previously issued. GET RESPONSE
return data, which gives information about the
current elementary datafield. This information
includes the type of file and its size (refer 3GPP
51.011. After READ BINARY or READ RECORD
command the requested data will be returned.
<response> is not returned after a successful
UPDATE BINARY or UPDATE RECORD command.
<P1>, <P2>, <P3>:
<data>:
<sw1>,<sw2>:
<response>:
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AT*EKSE
Ericsson keystroke send
Description:
Sends a keystroke identifier to the ME. The ME makes a context sensitive
interpretation of the keystroke based on the state of the MMI (for instance,
SMS input mode, Standby, Charge-only Mode).
Note: If the value of the keystroke identifier does not correspond to a supported Unicode value, the correct character is not given. See also
www.unicode.org.
Execution
command:
AT*EKSE=<key>
Test command:
AT*EKSE=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EKSE: (list of supported <key> range)
Parameters:
<key>:
<key>
Description
0–65535
Keystroke identifier given in Unicode
AT+CRSL
Ringer sound level (ver. 2)
Description:
Selects the incoming call ringer sound level of the ME. If <level> is set to
255, the ringer level will be increasing.
Line 1 is default for <calltype> if the parameter is not given.
All <calltype>s are set to <level>, even if only one unique <calltype> is set
in the command.
Execution
command:
AT+CRSL=<level>[,<calltype>]
Read command:
AT+CRSL? Displays current settings.
Read command
response:
+CRSL: <level1>[,<calltype1> [<CR><LF>…
+CRSL: <level n>[, <calltype n>]]]
Test command:
AT+CRSL=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CRSL: (list of supported <level>s)[,(list of supported <calltype>s)]
Parameters:
<level>:
<level>
Description
0
Ringer off. Default value
1
Ringer level 1
2
Ringer level 2
3
Ringer level 3
4
Ringer level 4
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<calltype>:
<level>
Description
5
Ringer level 5
6
Ringer level 6
7
Ringer level 7
8
Ringer level 8
255
Increasing ringer level
There is no specific setting for the calltype parameters in the phone. The
three supported calltypes are pointing at the the same audio setting in the
phone. For example, if Line 1 is changed, also Line 2 and Data will change.
<calltype>
Description
1
Line 1. Default value
2
Line 2
4
Data
AT+CLVL
Loudspeaker volume level
Description:
Selects the volume of the internal loudspeaker (call volume) of the ME.
Execution
command:
AT+CLVL=<level>
Read command:
AT+CLVL? Displays current settings.
Read command
response:
+CLVL: <level>
Test command:
AT+CLVL=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CLVL: (list of supported <level>s)
Parameter:
<level>:
<level>
Description
0
Loudspeaker off. Default value
1
Loudspeaker level 1
2
Loudspeaker level 2
3
Loudspeaker level 3
4
Loudspeaker level 4
5
Loudspeaker level 5
6
Loudspeaker level 6
7
Loudspeaker level 7
8
Loudspeaker level 8
AT+CMUT
Mute control
Description:
Enables and disables the uplink voice muting during a voice call.
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Execution
command:
AT+CMUT=<n>
Read command:
AT+CMUT? Displays current settings.
Read command
response:
+CMUT: <n>
Test command:
AT+CMUT=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CMUT: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameter:
<n>:
<n>
Description
0
Mute off. Default value
1
Mute on
AT*EMEM
Ericsson memory management
Description:
Reports the file system memory usage.
Action command:
AT*EMEM
Action command
response:
Test command:
*EMEM:
<free_mem>,<tot_mem>,<image_mem>,<sound_mem>,<theme_mem>
AT*EMEM=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<free_mem>:
<free_mem>
Description
Integer
Remaining free memory (in bytes) in the file system
<tot_mem>
Description
Integer
Total memory size (in bytes) of the file system
<image_mem>
Description
Integer
Number of bytes (in the file system) used by images
<sound_mem>
Description
Integer
Number of bytes (in the file system) used by sounds
<theme_mem>
Description
Integer
Number of bytes (in the file system) used by themes
<tot_mem>:
<image_mem>:
<sound_mem>:
<theme_mem>:
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AT+CRMP
Ring melody playback (ver. 2)
Description:
Causes the phone to playback a specific ring type.
The playback is not stopped when keys are pressed on the phone.
The playback is stopped when the issuing accessory is disconnected from
the phone.
Execution
command:
AT+CRMP=<call_type>[,<volume> [,<type>]]
Test command:
AT+CRMP=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CRMP: (list of supported <call_type>s),(list of supported <volume>s),(list
of supported <type>s)
Parameters:
<call_type>:
<call_type>
Description
0
Stop playing sound
1
Line 1. Default value
2
Line 2
3
Fax
4
Data
5
Alarm
<volume>
Description
0–8
Volume level (0 = Off, 8 = maximal volume). Default
value = 3
255
Step. Not supported
<type>
Description
0
Manufacturer defined
1
User defined. Default value
<volume>:
<type>:
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AT*EKEY
Keypad/joystick control (ver. 2)
Description:
Emulates ME keypad by giving each keystroke as a character <key>. If
emulation fails in an ME, an error, +CME ERROR: <err> is returned. This
command should be accepted (OK returned) before actually starting to
press the keys. Thus unsolicited result codes of key pressings and display
events can be returned (see AT+CMER). It will also be possible to receive
unsolicited event for CKEV when an EKEY is sent to the ME. For example,
this makes it possible for a connected Bluetooth device to be controlled by
the EKEY command.
The physical keypad always has higher priority than emulation of keystrokes via AT*EKEY. That is, if the physical keypad is operated during
execution of a series of keystrokes generated by AT*EKEY the emulated
keypad operation is terminated immediately.
Note: To use some of the keys, a specific character set has to be set via
command AT+CSCS=<chset>. For example, the characters “[“ and “]”
used to emulate the left and right selection keys on the phone are not
included in the default GSM character table. To handle this issue, the
8859-1 character table can be set by first sending AT+CSCS=”8859-1” to
the phone.
Note: This command is an upgrade of AT+CKPD ver. 3 supporting the
same keys. The parameters <time> and <pause> have been removed and
two new parameters have been added. The <keyfunc> parameter indicating whether the key was pressed or released and the <nr_of_keys> parameter telling how many keys that will be sent in the command. Also the
returned result for EKEY=? is changed.
Execution
command:
AT*EKEY=<nr_of_keys>,<key>,<keyfunc>[,<key>,<keyfunc>]…
Test command:
AT*EKEY=?
Test command
response
EKEY: supported <nr_of_keys>, (list of supported <key>), (list of
supported <keyfunc>)
Parameter:
<nr_of_keys>:
Integer type. The number of <key> characters and corresponding
<keyfunc> parameters that will be sent. Maximum value=20.
<key>
Character representing keys as listed in the following table. Colon
character (IRA 58) followed by one character can be used to indicate a
manufacturer specific key.
Char
IRA (dec)
Comment plus some known key
symbols
#
35
Hash (number sign)
*
42
Star (*)
0–9
48–57
Number keys
:
58
Escape character for manufacturer
specific keys
<
60
Left joystick direction
>
62
Right joystick direction
C/c
67/99
Clear display (C/CLR)
D/d
68/100
Volume down
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Char
IRA (dec)
Comment plus some known key
symbols
F/f
70/102
Function (FCN) – option key
G/g
71/103
Voice note
P/p
80/112
Power (PWR)
S/s
83/115
Connection start (SEND)
U/u
85/117
Volume up
V/v
86/118
Down joystick direction
[
91
Soft key 1
]
93
Soft key 2
^
94
Up joystick direction
H/h
200
Button pushed on the MC link (BT)
headset
:R
58 + 82
Back
:C
58 + 67
Camera
:G
58 + 71
Go music button.
If supported by ME
:O
58 + 79
Operator
:J
58 + 74
Joystick button pressed
:<
58 + 60
Left Up joystick direction
:I
58 +73
Right Up joystick direction
:V
58 + 86
Left Down joystick direction
:>
58 + 62
Right Down joystick direction
:=
58 + 61
Abstract game event FIRE
:1
58 + 1
Abstract game event GAME_A
:2
58 + 2
Abstract game event GAME_B
:3
58 + 3
Abstract game event GAME_C
:4
58 + 4
Abstract game event GAME_D
:M
58 + 77
Video call
:F
58 + 70
Flash button
:(
58 + 40
Flip closed
:)
58 + 41
Flip opened
:{
58 + 123
Camera lens cover closed
:}
58 + 125
Camera lens cover opened
:[
58 + 93
Jack knife closed
:]
58 + 95
Jack knife opened
:D
58 + 63
Multi task button (shortcut to desktop)
:L
58 + 76
Flash light button
:P
58 + 80
“Push to talk” button
:S
58 + 83
Media player button
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Char
IRA (dec)
Comment plus some known key
symbols
Definition of an “abstract game event”: An event that is not absolutely
mapped to one specific game event and not to a specific input device on
the phone. For example, the fire button on the game controller will be
mapped to the fire action in both Mophun games and Java games, even if
fire action for Java is mapped to the left soft key and for Mophun to the 5
key
<keyfunc>:
Example:
Parameter used to define whether the key was pressed or released.
<keyfunc>
Action
0
Key pressed
1
Key released
2
Key pressed and released
Joystick is moved in the left direction and at the same time the fire key is
released:
AT*EKEY=2,”<”,0,”:=”,1
OK
The command will send a dispatch each time a key is either pressed or
released.
AT*ECDF
Ericsson change dedicated file
Description:
Selects a Dedicated File (DF) on the (U)SIM, so Elementary Files (EFs) that
are to be accessed by command +CRSM can be uniquely identified. The
+CRSM command only takes EF as parameter and, since EFs in different
DFs can have the same file ID, certain files are not accessible with +CRSM
alone.
A DF can be seen as a “directory” and *ECDF could be regarded as a
“change directory” command.
Note: *ECDF has impact on the standard behaviour of +CRSM:
AT+CRSM does not specify how files in different DFs will be accessed, but
the introduction of *ECDF imposes the restriction that only EFs in the
currently selected DF may be accessed with +CRSM.
Even if an EF can be uniquely identified throughout all DFs, it is required
that *ECDF has selected the correct DF for the EF to be accessed.
Execution
command:
Change DF:
AT*ECDF=[<DF file ID>]
Read command:
AT*ECDF?
Read the current setting. *ECDF: <DF file ID>
Test command:
AT*ECDF=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
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Test command
response
*ECDF: (list of supported <DF file ID>s)
Parameter:
<DF File ID>:
<DF File ID>
Description
32528
0x7F10 : DF Telecom
32544
0x7F20 : DF GSM. Default DF
32579
0x7F43 DF VI: VIAG HomeZone specific DF
AT*STKC
SIM application toolkit configuration
Description:
Indicates to the SIM which SAT features are supported by AT commands
(ref. 3GPP TS 11.14) and enables unsolicited resultcodes *STKI and
*STKN sent from ME to TE.
Execution
command:
Configure SIM application toolkit:
AT*STKC=<n>,<stkPrfl>
Read command:
AT*STKC?
Show current SIM application toolkit configuration. *STKC: <n>,<stkPrfl>
Test command:
AT*STKC=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
Test command
response
*STKC: (list of supported <n>s, <prfLen>
Parameter:
<n>:
<n>
Description
0
Disable SAT UR codes
1
Enable SAT UR codes
<stkPrfl>
Description
String type
SIM application toolkit profile in hexadecimal format
starting with first byte of the profile. See 3GPP TS
11.14 for details
<stkPrfl>:
AT*STKE
SIM application toolkit envelope command send
Description:
Sends SIM application toolkit envelope commands to the SIM (refer to
3GPP TS 11.14 for details about the envelope commands).
Execution
command:
Send STK envelope command:
AT*STKE=<stkCmd>
Execution command
response:
*STKE: <stkRsp>
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Test command:
AT*STKE=? Test if command is supported
Parameter:
<stkCmd>:
<stkCmd>
Description
String type
SIM application toolkit command (hexadecimal
format) starting with command tag. See 3GPP TS
11.14 for details
<stkRsp>
Description
String type
SIM application toolkit response (hexadecimal
format) starting with first byte of response data
<stkRsp>:
AT*STKR
SIM application toolkit command response
Description:
This command is used to send SIM application toolkit command
responses to the SIM (refer to 3GPP TS 11.14 for details about the
response).
Execution
command:
Test command:
Send STK command respnse:
AT*STKR=<stkRsp>
AT*STKR=? Test if command is supported
Parameter:
<stkRsp>:
<stkRsp>
Description
String type
SIM application toolkit response (hexadecimal
format) starting with first byte of response data. See
3GPP TS 11.14 for details
Unsolicited result codes
+CKEV
Keypad event
Description:
Keypad event reporting is enabled by the AT+CMER command and
indicates key press/release.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CKEV: <keys>,<press>
Parameters:
<keys>:
See AT+CKPD.
<press>:
<press>
Description
0
Key released
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<press>
Description
1
Key pressed
+CIEV
Indicator event
Description:
Indicates changes in indicator levels. Enabled with AT+CMER.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CKEV: <ind>,<value>
Parameters:
<ind>:
Indicates the indicator order number (as specified for AT+CIND)
<ind>
Description
1
Battery charge level indicator
2
Signal quality indicator
3
Battery warning indicator
4
Charger connected indicator
5
Service availability indicator
6
Sounder activity indicator
7
Message received indicator
8
Call-in-progress indicator
9
Transmit activated by voice activity indicator
10
Roaming indicator
11
Short message memory storage indicator in the
SMS
<value>:
Integer. New value of the specific indicator.
*ECAV
Call monitoring event
Description:
Reports changes in call state for a certain call, indicated by <coid>.
Enabled by AT*ECAM.
Unsolicited result
code:
*ECAV:
<ccid>,<ccstatus><calltype>[,<processid>][,<exit_cause>][,<number>,<ty
pe>]
Parameters:
<ccid>:
<ccid>
Description
1–7
A number that uniquely identifies a call in the
phone. The maximum number of call control
processes is seven, five multiparty members, one
call on hold and one waiting call)
<ccstatus>:
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<ccstatus>
Description
0
IDLE
1
CALLING
2
CONNECTING
3
ACTIVE
4
HOLD
5
WAITING
6
ALERTING
7
BUSY
<calltype>
Description
1
VOICE
2
DATA
4
FAX
128
VOICE2
<calltype>:
<processid>:
Integer. Reported when returning to IDLE state (<ccstatus>=0)
<processid>
Description
8=H´08
CC (Call Control)
68=H´44
MM (Mobile Management)
69=H´45
MS (Mobile Station)
122=H´7A
RR (Radio Resources)
<exit_cause>:
Integer. Reported when returning to IDLE state (<ccstatus>=0).
<number>:
Integer string. Phone number. Format specified by <type>. Only valid for
<ccstatus>=1 (CALLING).
<type>:
Type of address octet. Only valid for <ccstatus>=1 (CALLING).
<type>
Description
145
Default value when a dialling string includes the
international access code character “+”
129
Default value when a dialling string does not
include the international access code character “+”.
*STKI
SIM application toolkit command sent from SIM
Description:
Displays SIM AT command received from SIM. Enabled by AT*STKC.
Unsolicited result
code:
*STKI: <stkCmd>
Parameters:
<stkCmd>:
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<stkCmd>
Description
String type
SIM application toolkit command (hexadecimal
format) starting with command tag. See 3GPP TS
11.14 for details
*STKN
SIM application toolkit notify
Description:
Indicates commands and responses handled by ME. Enabled by
AT*STKC.
Unsolicited result
code:
*STKN: <stkNtfy>
Parameters:
<stkNtfy>:
<stkNtfy>
Description
String type
SIM application toolkit command or resonse
(hexadecimal format) starting with command tag or
first byte of response. See 3GPP TS 11.14 for
details
Use scenarios
Mobile equipment control mode and event reporting
This scenario operates the keypad and reads the keypad and indicator status.
AT command
Response
Comment
Dial number 046193000 by emulating a
sequence of key presses.
AT+CKPD=”0461930
00S”,5,1
Each key is pressed for half a second and the
pause between the keystrokes is 0.1 seconds
OK
End connection by emulating a stroke of the “on
hook” button for half a second
AT+CKPD=”E”,5
OK
Query the current indicator values
AT+CIND?
+CIND:
3,4,0,0,1,0,0,0,0
,0,0
OK
Request unsolicited result codes for keypad and
indicator events
AT+CMER=,2,,1,
OK
+CKEV: 49,1
Number key 1 is pressed
+CKEV: 49,0
Number key 1 is released
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AT command
Response
Comment
+CIEV: 2,5
Signal strength indicator changes its state to “5”
Disable unsolicited result codes for keypad and
indicator events
AT+CMER=,0,,0,
OK
Call monitoring
This scenario shows how call monitoring is activated and how call events are received.
AT command
Response
Comment
Enable the call log function
AT*ECAM=1
*ECAM: 1,0,1
OK
IDLE
Dial number
ATD046193000;
OK
*ECAV:
CALLING, VOICE1
1,1,1,,,046193000
,129
*ECAV: 1,2,1,,
CONNECTING, VOICE1
*ECAV: 1,3,1,,
ACTIVE CALL, VOICE1
Put call on hold
AT+CHLD
OK
*ECAV: 1,4,1,,
HOLD, VOICE1
Retrieve held call
AT+CHLD=2
OK
*ECAV: 1,3,1
ACTIVE CALL, VOICE1
Hang up
ATH
OK
*ECAV: 1,0,1,8,16 IDLE. Call Control exit cause 16 (normal clearing)
RING
Incoming call
*ECAV: 1,6,128,,
ALTERING, VOICE2
RING
RING
MMI configuration
This scenario shows various settings of the MMI.
AT command
Response
Comment
Set key pressed sound to CLICK
AT*ESKS=1
OK
AT*ESKL=1
Set key lock mode to AUTOMATIC
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AT command
Response
Comment
OK
The phone keyboard will, after a time delay, be
locked
Ensemble S10: GSM mobile equipment
error control
Commands
AT+CMEE
Report mobile equipment error
Description:
Disables or enables the use of result code +CME ERROR as an indication
of an error relating to the functionality of the ME. When enabled, ME
related errors cause +CME ERROR final result code instead of the regular
ERROR final result code. ERROR is returned only when the error is related
to syntax, invalid parameters or TA functionality.
Set command:
AT+CMEE=[<n>]
Read command:
AT+CMEE? Displays the current <n> setting.
Test command:
AT+CMEE=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CMEE: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameter:
<n>:
<n>
Description
0
Disable +CME ERROR result code. Use ERROR
instead. Default value
1
Enable +CME ERROR result code and use numeric
<err> values
2
Enable +CME ERROR result code and use verbose
<err> values
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Commands
AT+CSMS
Select message service (ver.2)
Description:
Selects messaging service <service>. It returns the types of messages
supported by the ME – <mt> for mobile terminated messages, <mo> for
mobile originated messages and <bm> for broadcast type messages. If
the chosen service is not supported by the ME, but is supported by the TA,
final result code, +CME ERROR is returned.
The command is aborted when a break command is received by the MS. A
break command is sent by setting the DTMS to low, which is obtained
when the accessory is detached.
It is possible to use ATZ and AT&F to set all parameters to their factory
defaults as specified by the manufacturer.
Set command:
AT+CSMS=<service>
Response:
+CSMS: <mt>,<mo>,<bm>
Read command:
AT+CSMS? Displays the current <service>, <mt>, <mo> and <bm>
settings.
Test command:
AT+CSMS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CSMS: (list of supported <service>s)
Parameters:
<service>:
<service>
Description
0
GSM 03.40 and 03.41. The syntax of SMS AT
commands is compatible with GSM 07.05 Phase 2
version 4.7.0. Phase 2+ features which do not
require new command syntax may be supported,
for example, correct routing of messages with new
Phase 2+ data coding schemes. Default value
1
GSM 03.40 and 03.41
(The syntax of SMS AT commands is compatible
with GSM 07.05 Phase 2+ version). Not supported
2–12
Reserved
128
Manufacturer specific
<mt>
Description
0
Mobile terminated messages not supported
1
Mobile terminated messages supported
<mt>:
<mo>:
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<mo>
Description
0
Mobile originated messages not supported
1
Mobile originated messages supported
<bm>
Description
0
Broadcast messages not supported
1
Broadcast messages supported
<bm>:
AT+CPMS
Preferred message storage (ver. 4)
Description:
Set command selects memory storage <mem1>, <mem2> and <mem3>
to be used for reading, writing, and so on. If chosen storage is not
appropriate for the ME (but is supported by the TA), final result code
+CMS ERROR: <err> is returned.
Set command:
AT+CPMS=<mem1>[,<mem2>[,<mem3>]]
Set command
response:
+CPMS: <used1>,<total1>,<used2>,<total2>,<used3>,<total3>
Read command:
AT+CPMS? Displays the current <mem1>,<used1>,<total1>,
<mem2>,<used2>,<total2>,<mem3>,<used3>,<total3> values.
Test command:
AT+CPMS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CPMS: (list of supported <mem1>s),(list of supported <mem2>s),(list of
supported <mem3>s)
Parameters:
<mem1>:
<mem1>
Description
string type
Memory from which messages are read and
deleted (see commands List Messages AT+CMGL,
Read Messages AT+CMGR and Delete Messages
AT+CMGD)
“ME”
Phone message storage
“SM”
SIM message storage
<mem2>
Description
string type
Memory to which writing and sending operations
are made (see commands Send Message from
Storage AT+CMSS and Write Message to Memory
AT+CMGW)
“ME”
Phone message storage
“SM”
SIM message storage
<mem2>:
<mem3>:
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<mem3>
Description
string type
Memory to which received SMs are preferred to be
stored (unless forwarded directly to terminal
equipment). Received CBMs (Cell Broadcast
Messages) are always stored in “BM” (Broadcast
Message storage) or some manufacturer specific
storage, unless directly forwarded to terminal
equipment
“ME”
Phone message storage.
“SM”
SIM message storage
<used1>,<used2>,<used3>:
<used1>,<used2>,
<used3>
Description
Integer type
Total number of messages currently in <mem1>,
<mem2> and <mem3> respectively
<total1>,<total2>,<total3>:
<total1>,<total2>,
<total3>
Description
Integer type
Total number of messages that can be stored in
<mem1>, <mem2> and <mem3> respectively
AT+CMGF
Message format (ver. 1)
Description:
Tells the TA which input and output format of messages to use. <mode>
indicates the format of messages used with send, list, read and write
commands and unsolicited result codes resulting from received
messages. Mode can be either PDU mode (entire TP data units used) or
text mode (headers and body of the messages given as separate
parameters).
Set command:
AT+CMGF=<mode>
Read command:
AT+CMGF? Displays the current <mode> setting.
Read command
response:
+CMGF: <mode>
Test command:
AT+CMGF=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CMGF: (list of supported <mode>s)
Parameter:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
0
PDU mode
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AT+CSCA
Service centre address (ver. 2)
Description:
Updates the SMCS address, through which mobile originated SMS are
transmitted. In text mode, the setting is used by send (AT+CMGS) and
write (AT+CMGW) commands. In PDU mode, the setting is used by the
same commands, but only when the length of the SMCS address (coded
into <pdu> parameter) equals zero.
Note: A + sign in front of the number in <sca> has precedence over the
<tosca> parameter, so that a number starting with “+” will always be
treated as an international number.
Set command:
AT+CSCA=<sca>[,<tosca>]
Read command:
AT+CSCA? Displays the current <sca> and <tosca> settings.
Test command:
AT+CSCA=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<sca>:
String. GSM 04.11 RP SC address-value field in string format. BCD
numbers (or GSM default alphabet characters) are converted to characters
in the currently selected TE character set.
<tosca>:
Integer. GSM 04.11 RP SC type-of-address octet in integer format.
<tosca>
Description
129
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national/
international unknown. Default value if “+” is not
in <sca>
145
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, international
number. Default value if “+” is in <sca>
161
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national number
128–255
Other values, see GSM 04.08 section 10.5.4.7
AT+CSAS
Save settings
Description:
Saves the active message service settings to a non-volatile memory. A
phone can contain several profiles of settings. The settings specified in
AT+CSCA are saved. Certain settings, for example, SIM SMS parameters,
may not be supported by the storage and can therefore not be saved.
Execution
command:
AT+CSAS[=<profile>]
Test command:
AT+CSAS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CSAS: (list of supported <profile>s)
Parameter:
<profile>:
<profile>
Description
0..255
Manufacturer specific profile number where
settings are to be stored. Default value: 0
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AT+CRES
Restore settings
Description:
Restores the message service settings from non-volatile memory to active
memory. A TA can contain several profiles of settings. The settings
specified in AT+CSCA are restored. Certain settings, for example, SIM
SMS parameters, may not be supported by the storage and can therefore
not be restored.
Execution
command:
AT+CRES[=<profile>]
Test command:
AT+CRES=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CRES: (list of supported <profile>s)
Parameter:
<profile>:
<profile>
Description
0..255
Manufacturer specific profile number where
settings are to be stored. Default value: 0
AT+CNMI
New messages indication to TE (ver. 4)
Description:
Selects procedure how receiving of new messages from the network is
indicated to the TE when TE is active, for example, DTR signal is ON. If TE
is inactive, for example, DTR signal is OFF, message receiving should be
done as specified in GSM 03.38 (3G TS 23.038).
Set command:
AT+CNMI=[<mode>[,<mt>[,<bm>[,<ds>[,<bfr>]]]]]
Read command:
AT+CNMI? Displays the current settings.
Read command
response:
+CNMI: <mode>,<mt>,<bm>,<ds>,<bfr>
Test command:
AT+CNMI=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CNMI: (list of supported <mode>s),(list of supported <mt>s),(list of
supported <bm>s),(list of supported <ds>s),(list of supported <bfr>s)
Parameters:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
2
Buffer unsolicited result code in TA when TA – TE
link is reserved, for example, in online data mode,
and flush them to the TE after reservation.
Otherwise forward them directly to the TE
<mt>
Description
0
No SMS-DELIVER indications are routed to the TE.
Default value
<mt>:
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<mt>
Description
1
If SMS-DELIVER is stored into ME/TA, indication of
the memory location is routed to the TE using
unsolicited result code: +CMTI: <mem>, <index>
3
Class 3 SMS-DELIVERs are routed directly to TE
using unsolicited result codes
+CMT: <length><CR><LF><pdu>. Messages of
other data coding schemes result in indication as
defined in <mt>=1
<bm>
Description
0
Store message to “BM” (or some manufacturer
specific memory). No CBM indications are routed to
the TE. Default value
2
New CBMs are routed directly to the TE using
unsolicited result code:
+CBM: <length><CR><LF><pdu> (PDU mode
enabled)
or
+CBM:
<sn>,<mid>,<dcs>,<page>,<pages><CR><LF><d
ata> (text mode enabled)
<ds>
Description
0
No SMS-STATUS-REPORTs are routed to the TE.
Default value
1
SMS-STATUS-REPORTs are routed to the TE using
unsolicited result code:
+CDS: <length><CR><LF><pdu> (PDU mode
enabled)
or
+CDS: <fo>,<mr>,[<ra>],[<tora>],<scts>,<dt>,<st>
(text mode enabled)
<bfr>
Description
0
TA buffer of unsolicited result codes defined within
this command is flushed to the TE when <mode>
1–3 is entered (OK response is given before flushing
the codes). Default value
<bm>:
<ds>:
<bfr>:
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AT+CMGL
List message (ver. 2)
Description:
Returns messages with status value <stat> from preferred message
storage <mem1> to the TE. Entire data units <pdu> are returned. If status
of the message is “received unread”, status in the storage changes to
“received read”.
Execution
command:
AT+CMGL[=<stat>]
Execution command
response:
+CMGL:<index>,<stat>,[<alpha>],<length><CR><LF><pdu>[<CR><LF>
+CMGL: <index>,<stat>,[<alpha>],<length><CR><LF><pdu>[...]]
Test command:
AT+CMGL=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CMGL: (list of supported <stat>s)
Parameters:
<stat>:
<stat>
Description
0
Received unread message, that is, new message.
Default value
1
Received read message
2
Stored unsent message. (Only applicable to SMs)
3
Stored sent message. (Only applicable to SMs)
4
All messages. (Only applicable to +CMGL
command)
<index>
Description
Integer type
Value in the range of location numbers supported
by the associated memory
<alpha>
Description
String type
Manufacturing specific. Should be left empty but
not omitted, that is, commas mark the place were it
should be. Used character set should be the one
selected with command AT+CSCS
<length>
Description
Integer type
Value indicating in PDU mode (AT+CMGF=”0”), the
length of the actual TP data unit in octets. The RP
layer SMSC address octets are not counted in the
length
<index>:
<alpha>:
<length>:
<pdu>:
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<pdu>
Description
Hexadecimal value In the case of SMS: GSM 04.11 SC address followed by GSM 03.40 TPDU in hexadecimal format.
The phone converts each octet of TP data unit into
two IRA character long hexadecimal number, for
example, octet with integer value 42 is presented to
terminal equipment as two characters 2A (IRA 50
and 65).
In the case of CBS: GSM 03.41 TPDU in hexadecimal format
<mem1>:
See AT+CPMS.
AT+CMGR
Read message (ver. 2)
Description:
Returns message with location value <index> from preferred message
storage <mem1> to the TE. Status of the message and entire message
data unit <pdu> is returned. If status of the message is “received unread”,
status in the storage changes to “received read”.
Execution
command:
AT+CMGR=<index>
Execution command
response:
+CMGR: <stat>,[<alpha>],<length><CR><LF><pdu>
Test command:
AT+CMGR=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<stat>:
<stat>
Description
0
Received unread message (new message)
1
Received read message
2
Stored unsent message. (Only applicable to SMs)
3
Stored sent message. (Only applicable to SMs)
16
Template message
Integer type in PDU mode (default 0), indicates the status of message in memory.
<index>:
<index>
Description
Integer type
Value in the range of location numbers supported
by the associated memory
<alpha>
Description
String type
Manufacturing specific. Should be left empty but
not omitted, that is, commas should mark the place
where it should be. Used character set should be
the one selected with command AT+CSCS
<alpha>:
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<length>:
<length>
Description
Integer type
Value indicating in PDU mode (AT+CMGF=”0”), the
length of the actual TP data unit in octets. The RP
layer SMSC address octets are not counted in the
length)
<pdu>
Description
<pdu>:
Hexadecimal value In the case of SMS: GSM 04.11 SC address followed by GSM 03.40 TPDU in hexadecimal format.
ME/TA converts each octet of TP data unit into two
IRA character long hexadecimal number, for example, octet with integer value 42 is presented to TE
as two characters 2A (IRA 50 and 65).
In the case of CBS: GSM 03.41 TPDU in hexadecimal format
<mem1>:
See AT+CPMS
AT+CMGS
Send message (ver. 2)
Description:
Sends message from a TE to the network (SMS-SUBMIT). Message reference value <mr> is returned to the TE on successful message delivery.
Optionally (when AT+CSMS <service> value is 1 and network supports it)
<ackpdu> is returned. Values can be used to identify message upon unsolicited delivery status report result code as follows:
• <length> must indicate the number of octets coded in the TP layer data
unit to be given (SMSC address octets are excluded).
• The TA sends a four character sequence
<CR><LF><greater_than><space> (IRA 13, 10, 62, 32) after command
line is terminated with <CR>. After that PDU can be given from TE to
ME/TA.
• The DCD signal will be in ON state while PDU is given.
• The echoing of given characters back from the TA is controlled by
V.25ter echo command E.
• The PDU is in hexadecimal format (similarly as specified for <pdu>) and
is given in one line. ME/TA converts this coding into the actual octets of
PDU.
• When the length octet of the SMSC address (given in the <pdu>) equals
zero, the SMSC address set with command Service Centre Address
+CSCA is used.
• Sending can be cancelled by giving <ESC> character (IRA 27).
• <ctrl-Z> (IRA 26) must be used to indicate the ending of PDU.
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Execution
command:
AT+CMGS=<length><CR><pdu><ctrl-Z/ESC>
Execution command
response:
+CMGS: <mr>[,<ackpdu>]
Test command:
AT+CMGS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<mr>:
<mr>
Description
Integer type
GSM 03.40 TP-Message-Reference in integer
format
<length>
Description
Integer type
Value indicating in PDU mode (AT+CMGF=”0”), the
length of the actual TP data unit in octets. The RP
layer SMSC address octets are not counted in the
length
<ackpdu>
Description
<length>:
<ackpdu>:
Hexadecimal value GSM 03.40 RP-User Data element of RP-ACK PDU.
Format is the same as for <pdu> in case of SMS,
but without GSM 04.11 SC address field and
parameter are bounded by double quote characters
like a normal string type parameter
AT+CMSS
Send from storage (ver. 2)
Description:
Sends message with location value <index> from message storage
<mem2> (see AT+CPMS) to the network (SMS-SUBMIT or SMS-COMMAND). <mr> is returned after successful delivery.
Note: Parameters <da> and <toda> will be accepted but ignored by ME
(that is, ME will not use the parameters).
Execution
command:
AT+CMSS=<index>[,<da>[,<toda>]]
Execution command
response:
+CMSS: <mr>
Test command:
AT+CMSS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<index>:
Integer. Value in the range of location numbers supported by the
associated memory.
<da>:
GSM 03.40 TP-Destination-Address. Address value field in string format.
BCD numbers are converted into characters of the currently selected
terminal equipment character set. The type of address is given by <toda>.
<toda>:
GSM 04.11 TP-Address Type-Of-Address octet in integer format.
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<toda>
Description
129
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national/
international unknown. Default value if “+” is not
in <da>
145
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, international
number. Default value if “+” is in <da>
161
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national number
128–255
Valid values, see GSM 04.08 section 10.5.4.7
<mr>:
Integer. GSM 03.40 TP-Message-Reference.
AT+CMGW
Write message to memory (ver. 2)
Description:
Stores a message to memory storage <mem2>. Memory location <index>
of the stored message is returned. By default message status will be set to
“stored unsent”, but parameter <stat> allows also other status values to
be given. (ME/TA manufacturer may choose to use different default <stat>
values for different message types.) The entering of PDU is done in a
similar way as with command AT+CMGS.
Execution
command:
AT+CMGW=<length>[,<stat>]<CR><pdu><ctrl-Z/ESC>
Execution command
response:
+CMGW: <index>
Test command:
AT+CMGW=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<stat>:
<stat>
Description
0
Received unread message (new message)
1
Received read message
2
Stored unsent message. (Only applicable to SMs)
3
Stored sent message. (Only applicable to SMs)
16
Template message
<index>
Description
Integer type
Value in the range of location numbers supported
by the associated memory
<length>
Description
Integer type
Value indicating in PDU mode (AT+CMGF=”0”), the
length of the actual TP data unit in octets. The RP
layer SMSC address octets are not counted in the
length
<index>:
<length>:
<pdu>:
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<pdu>
Description
Hexadecimal value In the case of SMS: GSM 04.11 SC address followed by GSM 03.40 TPDU in hexadecimal format.
ME/TA converts each octet of TP data unit into two
IRA character long hexadecimal number. For example, octet with integer value 42 is presented to TE
as two characters, 2A (IRA 50 and 65).
In the case of CBS: GSM 03.41 TPDU in hexadecimal format
AT+CMGD
Delete message
Description:
Deletes message from preferred message <mem1> (see AT+CPMS) storage location <index>.
If <delflag> is present and not set to 0 then the ME will ignore <index> and
follow the rules for <delflag> shown below.
Execution
command:
AT+CMGD=<index>,<delflag>
Test command:
AT+CMGD=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CMGD: <index>, <list of delflags>
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
Integer
Value in the range of location numbers supported
by the associated memory
<delflag>
Description
Integer
Integer indicating request for multiple message
deletion
0
Delete the message specified in <index>
1
Delete all read messages from preferred message
storage leaving unread messages and stored
mobile originated messages (whether sent or not)
untouched
2
Delete all read messages from preferred message
storage and sent mobile originated messages,
leaving unread messages and unsent mobile
originated messages untouched
3
Delete all read messages from preferred message
storage and sent mobile originated messages,
leaving unread messages untouched
4
Delete all messages from preferred message
storage including unread messages
<delflag>:
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AT+CMGC
Send command (ver. 1)
Description:
Sends a command message from a TE to the network (SMS-COMMAND).
The entering of PDU is done in a similar way as with the command Send
Message, AT+CMGS. Message reference value <mr> is returned to the TE
on successful message delivery. Values can be used to identify the
message upon unsolicited delivery status report result code.
Execution
command:
AT+CMGC=<length><CR><pdu><ctrl-Z/ESC>
Execution command
response:
If PDU mode (+CMGF=0) and sending successful:
+CMGC: <mr>[,<ackpdu>]
Test command:
AT+CMGC=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<length>:
<length>
Description
Integer type
Value indicating in PDU mode (+CMGF=0), the
length of the actual TP data unit in octets. The RP
layer SMSC address octets are not counted in the
length
<pdu>
Description
<pdu>:
Hexadecimal value In the case of SMS: 3G TS 24.011 SC address followed by 3G TS 23.040 TPDU in hexadecimal format. ME converts each octet of TP data unit into
two IRA character long hexadecimal number. For
example, octet with integer value 42 is presented to
TE as two characters 2A (IRA 50 and 65).
In the case of CBS: 3G TS 23.041 TPDU in hexadecimal format
<mr>:
<mr>
Description
Integer type
3GPP TS 23.040 TP-Message-Reference in integer
format
<ackpdu>
Description
<ackpdu>:
Hexadecimal value GSM 03.40 RP-User-Data element of RP-ACK
PDU. Format is the same as for <pdu> in case of
SMS, but without GSM 04.11 SC address field. The
parameter is bounded by double quote characters
like a normal string type parameter. Not supported
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AT+CMMS
More messages to send
Description:
Controls the continuity of SMS relay protocol link. When the feature is
enabled (and supported by the network), multiple messages can be sent
much faster as the link is kept open.
Set command:
Set mode of SMS relay protocol link:
AT+CMMS=<n>
Read command:
AT+CMMS?
Display current setting. +CMMS:<n>
Test command:
AT+CMMS=? Test if command is supported and return supported
parameter values as a compound value.
Test command
response
+CMMS: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameter:
<n>:
<n>
Description
0
Disable. Default value
1
Keep enabled until the time between the response
of the latest message send command (+CMGS,
+CMSS, and so on) and the next send command
exceeds 1–5 seconds (the exact value is up to ME
implementation), then ME closes the link and TA
switches <n> automatically back to 0
2
Enable. if the time between the response of the
latest message send command and the next send
command exceeds 1–5 seconds (the exact value is
up to ME implementation), ME closes the link but
TA does not switch automatically back to <n>=0
Unsolicited result codes
+CBM
Received cell broadcast
Description:
Received CBMs are routed directly to the terminal equipment. Enabled by
AT+CNMI.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CBM: <length><pdu>
Parameters:
<length>:
Integer. With AT+CMGF=”0”, this value indicates the length of the actual
TP data unit (in octet units).
<pdu>:
In case of SMS: GSM 04.11 SC address followed by GSM 03.40 TPDU in
hexadecimal format. phone converts each octet of TP data unit into two
IRA-character long hexadecimal numbers.
In case of CBS: GSM TPDU in hexadecimal format.
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+CMTI
New message indication
Description:
Indication of the message memory location is routed to the terminal
equipment. Enabled by AT+CNMI.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CMTI: <mem>,<index>
Parameters:
<mem>:
<mem>
Description
“ME”
Phone message storage
“SM”
SIM message storage
<index>:
Integer. Value is in the range of location numbers supported by the
associated memory.
+CMT
Received message
Description:
Received SMs are routed directly to the terminal equipment. Enabled by
AT+CNMI.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CMT: <length><CR><LF><pdu>
Parameters:
<length>:
Integer. With AT+CMGF=”0”, this value indicates the length of the actual
TP data unit (in octet units).
<pdu>:
In case of SMS: GSM 04.11 SC address followed by GSM 03.40 TPDU in
hexadecimal format. The phone converts each octet of TP data unit into
two IRA-character long hexadecimal numbers.
In case of CBS: GSM TPDU in hexadecimal format.
+CDS
SMS status report
Description:
SMS status is indicated to the terminal equipment. Enabled by AT+CNMI.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CDS: <length><CR><LF><pdu>
Parameters:
<length>:
Integer. With AT+CMGF=”0”, this value indicates the length of the actual
TP data unit (in octet units).
<pdu>:
In case of SMS: GSM 04.11 SC address followed by GSM 03.40 TPDU in
hexadecimal format. The phone converts each octet of TP data unit into
two IRA-character long hexadecimal numbers.
In case of CBS: GSM TPDU in hexadecimal format.
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Use scenarios
New message indication
This scenario shows how the new message indication result codes are handled.
AT command
Response
Comment
Query new message unsolicited result code
modes
AT+CNMI=?
+CNMI: (3),(0-1),
(0,2),(0),(0)
OK
Send SM indications to terminal equipment.
Forward unsolicited CBM result codes directly to
the terminal equipment
AT+CNMI=0,1,2,0,
0
OK
Query current settings
AT+CNMI?
+CNMI: 3,1,2,0,0
The phone receives and stores incoming SM
+CMTI: “ME”,3
New message stores in index 3 of <mem1>
storage
The phone receives a CBM and routes it directly
to the terminal equipment
+CBM: 128
<128 byte PDU>
New CBM PDU of 128 byte received at terminal
equipment
Ensemble S15: GPRS/packet domain
Locked PDP contexts
In Sony Ericsson phones every PDP context has a one-to-one relationship with an Internet Account. If a
certain Internet account is locked, the corresponding PDP context will also be locked for editing. As a
consequence, an attempt to select PDP context parameters with AT+CGDCONT may fail even though the
CID of the context is within the range reported with the test command. The read and test commands in
this ensemble are not affected by these restrictions.
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Commands
AT+CGDCONT
Define PDP context (ver. 1)
Description:
Specifies the PDP context parameter values for a PDP context identified
by the <cid> parameter. The number of PDP contexts that may be in a
defined state at the same time is given by the range returned by the test
command.
A special form of the set command, +CGDCONT= <cid> causes the values
for context number <cid> to become undefined.
The test command returns values supported as a compound value. Each
PDP type will have the parameter value range returned on a separate line.
Note:
• The PDP context, identified by the <cid>, does not have to be earlier
defined (using the +CGDCONT command).
• Letting values for context number <cid> become undefined, means
that the values of the <cid> are given the default values.
• The read command returns the current settings for each context
defined by the +CGDCONT set command.
Set command:
AT+CDGCONT=[<cid>[,<pdp_type>[,<APN>[,<pdp_addr>[,<d_comp>
[,<h_comp>[,<pd1>[,...[,<pdN>]]]]]]]]]
Read command:
AT+CGDCONT? Displays the current parameter settings.
Read command
response:
Test command:
Test command
response:
+CGDCONT: <cid>, <PDP_type>,<APN>, <PDP_addr>,<d_comp>,
<h_comp>[,<pd1>[,…[,pdN]]] [<CR><LF>+CGDCONT: <cid>,
<PDP_type>,<APN>, <PDP_addr>,<d_comp>,
<h_comp>[,<pd1>[,…[,pdN]]] [...]]
AT+CGDCONT=? Shows if the command is supported.
+CGDCONT: (range of supported <cid>s), <PDP_type>,,,(list of supported
<d_comp>s), (list of supported <h_comp>s)[,(list of supported
<pd1>s)[,…[,(list of supported <pdN>s)]]] [<CR><LF>+CGDCONT: (range
of supported <cid>s), <PDP_type>,,,(list of supported <d_comp>s), (list of
supported <h_comp>s)[,(list of supported <pd1>s)[,…[,(list of supported
<pdN>s)]]] [...]]
Parameters:
<cid>:
Integer. Specifies the particular PDP context definition. The parameter is
local to the TE – MT interface and is used in other PDP-context related
commands. The range of permitted values (minimum value=1) is returned
by the test command.
<pdp_type>:
<APN>:
<pdp_type>
Description
“IP”
Internet Protocol (IETF STD 5). Default value
“IPV6”
Internet Protocol, version 6 (IETF RFC 2460)
Access Point Name – a string parameter which is a logical name, used to
select the GGSN or the external packet data network.
If the value is null or omitted, then the subscription value will be requested.
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<pdp_address>:
A string parameter that identifies the ME in the address space applicable
to the PDP.
If the value is null or omitted, then a value may be provided by the TE during the PDP startup procedure or, failing that, a dynamic address will be
requested. See 3GPP TS 27.007
<d_comp>:
<d_comp>
Description
0
PDP data compression OFF. Default value
1
PDP data compression ON
2–255
Reserved
<h_comp>
Description
0
PDP header compression OFF. Default value
1
PDP header compression ON
2–255
Reserved
<h_comp>:
<pdN>:
Zero to N string parameters whose meanings are specific to the
<pdp_type>. Not supported
AT+CGSMS
Select service for MO SMS messages
Description:
The command specifies the service or service preference that the MT will
use to send MO SMS messages.
Set command:
AT+CGSMS=[<service>]
Read command:
AT+CGSMS? Displays the current <service> setting.
Test command:
AT+CGSMS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CGSMS: (list of supported <service>s)
Parameter:
<service>:
<service>
Description
0
GPRS/Packet Domain
1
Circuit switched
2
GPRS/Packet Domain preferred (use circuitswitched if GPRS/Packet Domain not available)
3
Circuit-switched preferred (use GPRS/Packet
Domain if circuit-switched not available). Default
value
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AT+CGATT
Packet service attach or detach
Description:
Attaches the ME to, or detaches the ME from, the GPRS/Packet Domain
service. After the command has completed, the ME remains in V.25ter
command state. If the ME is already in the requested state, the command
is ignored and the OK response is returned. If the requested state cannot
be achieved, an ERROR or +CME ERROR response is returned.
Any active PDP contexts will be automatically deactivated when the
attachment state changes to detached.
Note: This command has the characteristics of both the V.25ter action and
parameter commands. Hence it has the read form in addition to the execution/set and test forms.
Set command:
AT+CGATT=[<state>]
Read command:
AT+CGATT? Displays the current <state> settings
Test command:
AT+CGATT=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CGATT: (list of supported <state>s)
Parameter:
<state>:
<state>
Description
0
Detached
1
Attached
AT+CGACT
PDP context activate or deactivate
Description:
Activates or deactivates the specific PDP context(s).
After the command has completed, the ME remains in V.25ter command
state. If any PDP context is already in the requested state, the state for that
context remains unchanged. If the requested state for any specified context cannot be achieved, an ERROR or +CME ERROR response is
returned. If the ME is not GPRS/Packet Domain attached when the activation form of the command is executed, the ME first performs a GPRS/
Packet Domain attach and then attempts to activate the specified contexts. If the attach fails then the ME responds with ERROR or, if extended
error responses are enabled, with the appropriate failure-to-attach error
message.
If no <cid>s are specified the activation/deactivation form of the command
activates/deactivates all defined contexts.
Note: This command has the characteristics of both the V.25ter action and
parameter commands. Hence it has the read form in addition to the execution/set and test forms.
Set command:
AT+CGACT=[<state>[,<cid>[,<cid>[,...]]]]
Read command:
AT+CGACT? Displays the current <cid> and <state> settings.
Read command
response:
Test command:
+CGACT: <cid>,<state><CR><LF>
[+CGACT: <cid>,<state><CR><LF>
[...]]
AT+CGACT=? Shows if the command is supported.
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Test command
response:
+CGACT: (list of supported <state>s)
Parameters:
<state>:
<state>
Description
0
PDP context activation deactivated
1
PDP context activation activated
<cid>:
Integer. Specifies the particular PDP context definition. See the
AT+CGDCONT command.
AT+CGDATA
Enter data state
Description:
Causes the ME to perform whatever actions are necessary to establish
communication between the TE and the network using one or more GPRS/
Packet Domain PDP types. This may include performing a GPRS/Packet
Domain attach and one or more PDP context activations.
Commands following +CGDATA command in the AT command line are not
processed by the ME.
During each PDP startup procedure the ME may have access to some or
all of the following information:
• The command may have provided an <L2P> parameter value.
• The TE may provide a PDP type and/or PDP address to the ME during
in the PDP startup procedure.
If any of this information is in conflict, the command will fail.
Any PDP type and/or PDP address present in the above information are
compared with the PDP type and/or PDP address in any context definitions specified in the command in the order in which their <cid>s appear.
For a context definition to match:
• The PDP type must match exactly.
• The PDP addresses are considered to match if they are identical or if
either or both addresses are unspecified. For example, a PPP NCP
request specifying PDP type = IP and no PDP address would cause
the ME to search through the specified context definitions for one with
PDP type = IP and any PDP address.
The context is activated using the matched value for PDP type and a static
PDP address, if available, together with the other information found in the
PDP context definition. If a static PDP address is not available then a
dynamic address is requested.
If no <cid> is given or if there is no matching context definition, the ME will
attempt to activate the context with whatever information is available to
the ME. The other context parameters will be set to their default values.
If the activation is successful, data transfer may proceed.
After data transfer is complete and the layer 2 protocol termination procedure has completed successfully, the V.25ter command state is re-entered
and the ME returns the final result code OK.
In the event of an erroneous termination or a failure to start up, the V.25ter
command state is re-entered and the ME returns the final result code NO
CARRIER or, if enabled, +CME ERROR. Attach, activate and other errors
may be reported.
Set command:
AT+CGDATA=[<L2p>[,<cid>[,<cid>[,...]]]]
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Test command:
AT+CGDATA=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CGDATA: (list of supported <L2p>s)
Parameters:
<L2p>:
Layer 2 protocol used between ME and TE.
<L2p>
Description
“PPP”
Point-to-Point Protocol for a PDP, such as IP
<cid>:
Integer. Specifies the particular PDP context definition. See the
AT+CGDCONT command.
AT+CGEREP
Packet domain event reporting (ver. 1)
Description:
Enables or disables sending of the unsolicited result code +CGEV from
ME to TE in the case of certain events occurring in the GPRS/Packet
Domain ME or the network. <mode> controls the processing of
unsolicited result codes specified within this command. <bfr> controls the
effect on buffered codes when <mode> 1 or 2 is entered.
Set command:
AT+CGEREP=[<mode>[,<bfr>]]
Read command:
AT+CGEREP? Displays the current <mode> and <bfr> settings.
Test command:
AT+CGEREP=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CGEREP: (list of supported <mode>s),(list of supported <bfr>s)
Parameters:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
0
Buffer unsolicited result codes in the ME. No codes
are forwarded to the TE. Default value
1
Discard unsolicited result codes when MT – TE link
is reserved, for example, in online data mode,
otherwise forward them directly to the TE
<bfr>
Description
0
MT buffer of unsolicited result codes defined within
this command is cleared when <mode> 1 is
entered. Default value
<bfr>:
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AT+CGREG
Packet domain network registration status
Description:
Controls the presentation of the unsolicited result code +CGREG: <stat>
when <n>=’1’ and there is a change in the ME GPRS network registration
status or +CGREG: <stat>[,<lac>,<ci>] when <n>=’2’ and there is a
change of the network cell.
Note: If the GPRS MT also supports circuit mode services, AT+CREG and
the +CREG result code apply to the registration status and location information for those services.
The read command returns the status of result code presentation and an
integer <stat> which shows whether the network has currently indicated
the registration of the ME. Location information elements <lac> and <ci>
are returned only when <n>=2 and ME is registered in the network.
Set command:
AT+CGREG=[<n>]
Read command:
AT+CGREG? Displays the current <n>, <stat>[, <lac>,<ci>] settings.
Test command:
AT+CGREG=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CGREG: (list of supported <n>s)
Parameters:
<n>:
<n>
Description
0
Disable network registration unsolicited result code.
Default value
1
Enable network registration unsolicited result code
2
Enable network registration and location
information unsolicited result code
<stat>
Description
0
Not registered, ME is not currently searching a new
operator to register to
1
Registered, home network
2
Not registered, but ME is currently searching a new
operator to register to
3
Registration denied
4
Unknown
5
Registered, roaming
<stat>:
<lac>:
Two byte location area code in hexadecimal format.
<ci>:
Four byte cell ID in hexadecimal format. Four bytes are required for UMTS,
whereas only two bytes are applicable for GSM. For GSM the two first
bytes are zeros, for example, 00001A02
AT+CGPADDR
Show PDP address
Description:
Returns a list of PDP addresses for the specified context identifiers.
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Execution
command:
AT+CGPADDR=[<cid>[,<cid>[,...]]]
Response:
+CGPADDR: <cid>,<pdp_addr><CR><LF>
[+CGPADDR: <cid>,<pdp_addr><CR><LF>
[...]]
Test command:
AT+CGPADDR=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CGPADDR: (list of defined <cid>s)
Parameters:
<cid>:
Integer. Specifies a particular PDP context definition (see AT+CGDCONT).
If no <cid> is specified, the addresses for all defined contexts are returned.
<pdp_address>:
A string that identifies the ME in the address space applicable to the PDP.
The address may be static or dynamic.
For a static address, it will be the one set by the +CGDCONT and +CGDSCONT commands when the context was defined.
For a dynamic address it will be the one assigned during the last PDP context activation that used the context definition referred to by <cid>.
<PDP_address> is omitted if none is available
AT+CGDSCONT Define secondary PDP context
Description:
Specifies PDP context parameter values for a Secondary PDP context
identified by the (local) context identification parameter, <cid>. The
number of PDP contexts that may be in a defined state at the same time is
given by the range returned by the test command.
A special form of the set command, +CGDSCONT= <cid> causes the values for context number <cid> to become undefined.
The read command returns the current settings for each defined context.
The test command returns values supported as a compound value. If the
MT supports several PDP types, <PDP_type>, the parameter value ranges
for each <PDP_type> are returned on a separate line.
Note: If <cid> states an already existing, primary context, this will be converted to a secondary one, provided of course, that stated <p_cid> is a different and existing primary account defined with +CGDSCONT. Any
secondary contexts attached to the converted context disappears.
Set command:
AT+CGDSCONT=[<cid> ,<p_cid> [,<d_comp> [,<h_comp>]]]
Read command:
AT+CGDSCONT? (Read the current general parameter settings)
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Read command
response:
Test command:
Test command
response:
+CGDSCONT: <cid>, <p_cid>, <data_comp>, <head_comp>[<CR><LF>
+CGDSCONT: <cid>, <p_cid>, <data_comp>, <head_comp>
[...]]
AT+CGDSCONT=? Shows if the command is supported.
+CGDSCONT: (range of supported <cid>s), (list of <cid>s for active
primary contexts), <PDP_type>,,,(list of supported <d_comp>s),(list of
supported <h_comp>s)[<CR><LF>
+CGDSCONT: (range of supported <cid>s), (list of <cid>s for active
primary contexts),<PDP_type>,,,(list of supported <d_comp>s), (list of
supported <h_comp>s)
[...]]
Parameters:
<p_cid>:
Other parameters:
<p_cid>
Description
Integer
Primary PDP Context Identifier – a numeric
parameter which specifies a particular PDP context
definition which has been specified by use of the
AT+CGDCONT command. The parameter is local
to the TE – MT interface. The list of permitted values
is returned by the test form of the command
See AT+CGDCONT
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AT+CGTFT
Traffic flow template
Description:
Allows the TE to specify a Packet Filter for a Traffic Flow Template (TFT)
that is used in the GGSN for routing of downlink packets onto different
QoS flows towards the TE. The concept is further described in the 3GPP
TS 23.060. A TFT consists of from one to up to eight Packet Filters, each
identified by a unique <packet filter identifier>. A Packet Filter also has an
<evaluation precedence index> that is unique within all TFTs associated
with all PDP contexts that are associated with the same PDP address.
The set command specifies a Packet Filter that is to be added to the TFT
stored in the ME and used for the context identified by the (local) context
identification parameter, <cid>. The specified TFT will be stored in the
GGSN only at activation or MS-initiated modification of the related context. Since this is the same parameter that is used in the AT+CGDCONT
and AT+CGDSCONT commands, the +CGTFT command is effectively an
extension to these commands. The Packet Filters consist of a number of
parameters, each of which may be set to a separate value.
A special form of the set command, +CGTFT= <cid> causes all of the
Packet Filters in the TFT for context number <cid> to become undefined.
At any time there may exist only one PDP context with no associated TFT
amongst all PDP contexts associated to one PDP address. At an attempt
to delete a TFT, which would violate this rule, an ERROR or +CME ERROR
response is returned.
The read command returns the current settings for all Packet Filters for
each defined context. In case no filter is defined the read command will
return “OK” only.
The test command returns values supported as a compound value. If the
MT supports several PDP types, the parameter value ranges for each PDP
type are returned on a separate line. TFTs will be used for PDP-type IP and
PPP only. For PDP-type PPP a TFT is applicable only when IP traffic is carried over PPP. If PPP carries header-compressed IP packets, then a TFT
cannot be used.
Set command:
AT+CGTFT=[<cid>, [<packet filter identifier>, <evaluation precedence
index> [,<source address and subnet mask> [,<protocol number (ipv4)/
next header (ipv6)> [,<destination port range> [,<source port range>
[,<ipsec security parameter index (spi)> [,<type of service (tos) (ipv4) and
mask/traffic class (ipv6) and mask> [,<flow label (ipv6)> ]]]]]]]]]>
Read command:
AT+CGTFT? (Read the current general parameter settings)
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Read command
response:
Test command:
Test command
response:
+CGTFT: <cid>, <packet filter identifier>, <evaluation precedence index>,
<source address and subnet mask>, <protocol number (ipv4)/next header
(ipv6)>, <destination port range>, <source port range>, <ipsec security
parameter index (spi)>, <type of service (tos) (ipv4) and mask/traffic class
(ipv6) and mask>, <flow label (ipv6)>[<CR><LF>
+CGTFT: <cid>, <packet filter identifier>, <evaluation precedence index>,
<source address and subnet mask>, <protocol number (ipv4)/next header
(ipv6)>, <destination port range>, <source port range>, <ipsec security
parameter index (spi)>, <type of service (tos) (ipv4) and mask/traffic class
(ipv6) and mask>, <flow label (ipv6)>
[…]]
AT+CGTFT=? Shows if the command is supported.
+CGTFT: <PDP_type>, (list of supported <packet filter identifier>s), (list of
supported <evaluation precedence index>s), (list of supported <source
address and subnet mask>s), (list of supported <protocol number (ipv4)/
next header (ipv6)>s), (list of supported <destination port range>s), (list of
supported <source port range>s), (list of supported <ipsec security
parameter index (spi)>s), (list of supported <type of service (tos) (ipv4) and
mask/traffic class (ipv6) and mask>s), (list of supported <flow label
(ipv6)>s)[<CR><LF>
+CGTFT: <PDP_type>, (list of supported <packet filter identifier>s), (list of
supported <evaluation precedence index>s), (list of supported <source
address and subnet mask>s), (list of supported <protocol number (ipv4)/
next header (ipv6)>s), (list of supported <destination port range>s), (list of
supported <source port range>s), (list of supported <ipsec security
parameter index (spi)>s), (list of supported <type of service (tos) (ipv4) and
mask/traffic class (ipv6) and mask>s), (list of supported <flow label
(ipv6)>s)
[…]]
Parameters:
<cid>:
See the AT+CGDCONT command. The <cid> may refer to a primary or a
secondary account.
<packet filter
identifier>:
<packet filter
identifier>
Description
1–8
Supported values
<source address
and subnet mask>
Description
String
Consists of dot-separated numeric (0–255)
parameters on the form
“a1.a2.a3.a4.m1.m2.m3.m4” for IPv4 and
“a1.a2.a3.a4.a5.a6.a7.a8.a9.a10.a11.a12.a13.a14.a
15.a16.m1.m2.m3.m4.m5.m6.m7.m8.m9.m10.m11.
m12.m13.m14.m15.m16” for IPv6
<source address and
subnet mask>:
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<protocol number
(ipv4)/next header
(ipv6)>:
<protocol number
(ipv4)/next header
(ipv6)>
Description
0–255
Supported values
<destination port
range>
Description
String
Consists of dot-separated numeric (0–65535)
parameters on the form “f.t”
<destination port
range>:
<source port range>:
<source port range> Description
String
Consists of dot-separated numeric (0–65535)
parameters on the form “f.t”
<ipsec security
parameter index
(spi)>
Description
<ipsec security
parameter index
(spi)>:
00000000–FFFFFFFF Supported values (hexadecimal)
<type of service (tos)
(ipv4) and mask/traffic
class (ipv6) and
mask>:
<type of service
(tos) (ipv4) and
mask/traffic class
(ipv6) and mask>
Description
String
Dot-separated numeric (0–255) parameters on the
form “t.m”
<flow label (ipv6)>
Description
00000–FFFFF
Supported values. Valid for IPv6 only
<flow label (ipv6)>:
<evaluation
precedence index>:
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<evaluation
Description
precedence index>
0–255
Supported values
AT+CGEQREQ
3G quality of service profile (requested)
Description:
Allows the TE to specify a UMTS Quality of Service profile that is used
when the MT sends an Activate PDP context request message to the network.
The set command specifies a profile for the context identified by the (local)
context identification parameter, <cid>. The specified profile will be stored
in the ME and sent to the network only at activation or ME-initiated modification of the related context. Since this is the same parameter as the one
used in the AT+CGDCONT and AT+CGDSCONT commands, the
+CGEQREQ command is effectively an extension to these commands. The
QoS profile consists of a number of parameters, each of which may be set
to a separate value.
The read command returns the current settings for each defined context.
The test command returns values supported as a compound value. If the
MT supports several PDP types, the parameter value ranges for each PDP
type are returned on a separate line.
Set command:
AT+CGEQREQ=[<cid> [,<Traffic class> [,<Maximum bitrate UL>
[,<Maximum bitrate DL> [,<Guaranteed bitrate UL> [,<Guaranteed bitrate
DL> [,<Delivery order> [,<Maximum SDU size> [,<SDU error ratio>
[,<Residual bit error ratio> [,<Delivery of erroneous SDUs> [,<Transfer
delay> [,<Traffic handling priority>]]]]]]]]]]]]]
Read command:
AT+CGEQREQ? (Read the current general parameter settings)
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Read command
response:
Test command:
Test command
response:
+CGEQREQ: <cid>, <Traffic class>,<Maximum bitrate UL>,<Maximum
bitrate DL>,<Guaranteed bitrate UL>,<Guaranteed bitrate DL>,<Delivery
order>,<Maximum SDU size>,<SDU error ratio>,<Residual bit error
ratio>,<Delivery of erroneous SDUs>,<Transfer delay>,<Traffic handling
priority>[<CR><LF>
+CGEQREQ: <cid>, <Traffic class>,<Maximum bitrate UL>,<Maximum
bitrate DL>,<Guaranteed bitrate UL>,<Guaranteed bitrate DL>,<Delivery
order>,<Maximum SDU size>,<SDU error ratio>,<Residual bit error
ratio>,<Delivery of erroneous SDUs>,<Transfer delay>,<Traffic handling
priority>
[…]]
AT+CGEQREQ=? Shows if the command is supported.
+CGEQREQ: <PDP_type>, (list of supported <Traffic class>s),(list of
supported <Maximum bitrate UL>s), (list of supported <Maximum bitrate
DL>s), (list of supported <Guaranteed bitrate UL>s), (list of supported
<Guaranteed bitrate DL>s),(list of supported <Delivery order>s),(list of
supported <Maximum SDU size>s),(list of supported <SDU error
ratio>s),(list of supported <Residual bit error ratio>s),(list of supported
<Delivery of erroneous SDUs>s),(list of supported <Transfer delay>s),(list
of supported <Traffic handling priority>s)[<CR><LF>
+CGEQREQ: <PDP_type>, (list of supported <Traffic class>s),(list of
supported <Maximum bitrate UL>s), (list of supported <Maximum bitrate
DL>s), (list of supported <Guaranteed bitrate UL>s), (list of supported
<Guaranteed bitrate DL>s),(list of supported <Delivery order>s),(list of
supported <Maximum SDU size>s),(list of supported <SDU error
ratio>s),(list of supported <Residual bit error ratio>s),(list of supported
<Delivery of erroneous SDUs>s),(list of supported <Transfer delay>s),(list
of supported <Traffic handling priority>s)
[…]]
Parameters:
<cid>:
See the AT+CGDCONT command
<Traffic class>:
<Traffic class>
Description
0
Conversational
1
Streaming
2
Interactive
3
Background
4
Subscribed value
<Maximum bitrate
UL>:
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<Maximum bitrate
UL>
Description
Integer
The maximum number of Kbps delivered to UMTS
(uplink traffic) at a SAP.
Note: Not all integer values are valid. The general
rule is that the integer will be rounded down to the
nearest valid value. It is therefore possible that
reading back this parameter may produce a different value than that used upon setting
UMTS: 0–384
Default value = 0 – subscribed value will be
GPRS/EDGE: 0–128 requested
GPRS: 0–44
<Maximum bitrate
DL>:
<Maximum bitrate
DL>
Description
Integer
Maximum number of Kbps delivered by UMTS
(downlink traffic) at a SAP.
Note: Not all the integer values are valid. The
general rule is that the integer will be rounded down
to the nearest valid value. It is therefore possible
that reading back this parameter may produce a
different value than that used upon setting
UMTS: 0–384
Default value = 0 – subscribed value will be
GPRS/EDGE: 0–256 requested
GPRS: 0–88
<Guaranteed bitrate
UL>:
<Guaranteed bitrate Description
UL>
Integer
Guaranteed number of Kbps delivered to UMTS
(uplink traffic) at a SAP (provided that there is data
to deliver).
Note: Not all the integer values are valid. The
general rule is then that the integer will be rounded
down to the nearest valid value. It is therefore
possible that reading back this parameter may
produce a different value than that used upon
setting
UMTS: 0–384
Default value = 0 – subscribed value will be
GPRS/EDGE: 0–128 requested
GPRS: 0–44
<Guaranteed bitrate
DL>:
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<Guaranteed bitrate Description
DL>
Integer
Guaranteed number of Kbps delivered by UMTS
(downlink traffic) at a SAP (provided that there is
data to deliver).
Note: Not all integer values are valid. The general
rule is that the integer will be rounded down to the
nearest valid value. It is therefore possible that
reading back this parameter may produce a different value than that used upon setting
UMTS: 0–384
Default value = 0 – subscribed value will be
GPRS/EDGE: 0–256 requested
GPRS: 0–88
<Delivery order>:
<Delivery order>
Description
0
UMTS will not provide in-sequence SDU delivery
1
UMTS will provide in-sequence SDU delivery
2
Subscribed value
<Maximum SDU
size>
Description
Integer
Indicates the maximum allowed SDU size in octets
0–153
Default value = 0 – subscribed value will be
requested
<SDU error ratio>
Description
String
Indicates the target value for the fraction of SDUs
lost or detected as erroneous. SDU error ratio is
defined only for conforming traffic. The value is
specified as “mEe”. A target SDU error ratio of 5103 would be specified as “5E3”, for example,
AT+CGEQREQ=…,’5E3’,…). “0E0” means
subscribed value
<Maximum SDU
size>:
<SDU error ratio>:
<Residual bit error
ratio>:
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<Residual bit error
ratio>
Description
String
Indicates the target value for the undetected bit
error ratio in the delivered SDUs. If no error
detection is requested, Residual bit error ratio
indicates the bit error ratio in the delivered SDUs.
The value is specified as “mEe”. As an example a
target residual bit error ratio of 510-3 would be
specified as “5E3”
<Delivery of
erroneous SDUs>
Description
0
No delivery of erroneous SDUs
1
Erroneous SDUs delivered
2
No detection of erroneous SDUs
3
Subscribed value. Default value
<Transfer delay>
Description
Integer
The targeted time between request to transfer an
SDU at one SAP to its delivery at the other SAP, in
milliseconds
0–254
0: Default value – subscribed value will be
requested
<Traffic handling
priority>
Description
Integer
Specifies the relative importance for handling of all
SDUs belonging to the UMTS bearer compared to
the SDUs of other bearers.
0–3
Default value = 0 – subscribed value will be
requested
<Delivery of
erroneous SDUs>:
<Transfer delay>:
<Traffic handling
priority>:
<PDP_type>:
See the AT+CGDCONT command.
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AT+CGEQMIN
3G quality of service profile (minimum acceptable)
Description:
This command allows the TE to specify a minimum acceptable profile,
which is checked by the MT against the negotiated profile returned in the
Activate/Modify PDP Context Accept message.
The set command specifies a profile for the context identified by the (local)
context identification parameter, <cid>. The specified profile will be stored
in the MT and checked against the negotiated profile only at activation or
MS-initiated modification of the related context. Since this is the same
parameter that is used in the AT+CGDCONT and AT+CGDSCONT commands, the +CGEQMIN command is effectively an extension to these
commands. The QoS profile consists of a number of parameters, each of
which may be set to a separate value.
The read command returns the current settings for each defined context.
The test command returns values supported as a compound value. If the
MT supports several PDP types, the parameter value ranges for each PDP
type are returned on a separate line.
Set command:
AT+CGEQMIN=[<cid> [,<Traffic class> [,<Maximum bitrate UL>
[,<Maximum bitrate DL> [,<Guaranteed bitrate UL> [,<Guaranteed bitrate
DL> [,<Delivery order> [,<Maximum SDU size> [,<SDU error ratio>
[,<Residual bit error ratio> [,<Delivery of erroneous SDUs> [,<Transfer
delay> [,<Traffic handling priority>]]]]]]]]]]]]]
Read command:
AT+CGEQMIN? (Read the current general parameter settings)
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Read command
response:
Test command:
Test command
response:
+CGEQMIN: <cid>, <Traffic class>,<Maximum bitrate UL>, <Maximum
bitrate DL>,<Guaranteed bitrate UL>,<Guaranteed bitrate DL>, <Delivery
order>,<Maximum SDU size>,<SDU error ratio>,<Residual bit error ratio>,
<Delivery of erroneous SDUs>,<Transfer delay>,<Traffic handling priority>
[<CR><LF>
+CGEQMIN: <cid>, <Traffic class>,<Maximum bitrate UL>,<Maximum
bitrate DL>,<Guaranteed bitrate UL>,<Guaranteed bitrate DL>, <Delivery
order>,<Maximum SDU size>,<SDU error ratio>,<Residual bit error
ratio>,<Delivery of erroneous SDUs>,<Transfer delay>,<Traffic handling
priority>
[…]]
AT+CGEQMIN=? Shows if the command is supported.
+CGEQMIN: <PDP_type>, (list of supported <Traffic class>s),(list of
supported <Maximum bitrate UL>s),(list of supported <Maximum bitrate
DL>s), (list of supported <Guaranteed bitrate UL>s), (list of supported
<Guaranteed bitrate DL>s),(list of supported <Delivery order>s),(list of
supported <Maximum SDU size>s),(list of supported <SDU error
ratio>s),(list of supported <Residual bit error ratio>s),(list of supported
<Delivery of erroneous SDUs>s),(list of supported <Transfer delay>s),(list
of supported <Traffic handling priority>s)
[<CR><LF>
+CGEQMIN: <PDP_type>, (list of supported <Traffic class>s),(list of
supported <Maximum bitrate UL>s), (list of supported <Maximum bitrate
DL>s),(list of supported <Guaranteed bitrate UL >s), (list of supported
<Guaranteed bitrate DL >s),(list of supported <Delivery order>s),(list of
supported <Maximum SDU size>s),(list of supported <SDU error
ratio>s),(list of supported <Residual bit error ratio>s),(list of supported
<Delivery of erroneous SDUs>s),(list of supported <Transfer delay>s),(list
of supported <Traffic handling priority>s)
[…]]
Parameters:
<cid>:
See the AT+CGDCONT command
<Traffic class>:
<Traffic class>
Description
0
Conversational
1
Streaming
2
Interactive
3
Background. Default value
<Maximum bitrate
UL>:
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<Maximum bitrate
UL>
Description
Integer
The maximum number of Kbps delivered to UMTS
(uplink traffic) at a SAP.
Note: Not all integer values are valid. The general
rule is that the integer will be rounded down to the
nearest valid value. It is therefore possible to read
out a value other than that given
UMTS: 0–384
0: Default value – subscribed value will be
GPRS/EDGE: 0–128 requested
GPRS: 0–44
<Maximum bitrate
DL>:
<Maximum bitrate
DL>
Description
Integer
Maximum number of Kbps delivered by UMTS
(downlink traffic) at a SAP.
Note: Not all integer values are valid. The general
rule is that the integer will be rounded down to the
nearest valid value.
It is therefore possible to read out a value other
than that given
UMTS: 0–384
0: Default value – subscribed value will be
GPRS/EDGE: 0–256 requested
GPRS: 0–44
<Guaranteed bitrate
UL>:
<Guaranteed bitrate Description
UL>
Integer
Guaranteed number of Kbps delivered to UMTS
(up-link traffic) at a SAP (provided there is data to
deliver)
UMTS: 0–384
0: Default value – subscribed value will be
GPRS/EDGE: 0–128 requested
GPRS: 0–44
<Guaranteed bitrate
DL>:
<Guaranteed bitrate Description
DL>
Integer
Guaranteed number of Kbps delivered by UMTS
(downlink traffic) at a SAP (provided there is data to
deliver)
UMTS: 0–384
0: Default value – subscribed value will be
GPRS/EDGE: 0–256 requested
GPRS: 0–44
<Delivery order>:
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<Delivery order>
Description
0
UMTS will not provide in-sequence SDU delivery
1
UMTS will provide in-sequence SDU delivery
<Maximum SDU
size>
Description
Integer
Indicates the maximum allowed SDU size in octets
Note: Not all integer values are valid. The general
rule is that the integer will be rounded down to the
nearest valid value.
It is therefore possible to read out a value other
than that given
0–153
0: Default value – subscribed value will be
requested
<SDU error ratio>
Description
String
Indicates the target value for the fraction of SDUs
lost or detected as erroneous. SDU error ratio is
defined only for conforming traffic. The value is
specified as “mEe”. For example, a target SDU
error ratio of 510-3 would be specified as “5E3”,
AT+CGEQREQ=…,’5E3’,…
<Residual bit error
ratio>
Description
String
String parameter that indicates the target value for
the undetected bit error ratio in the delivered SDUs.
If no error detection is requested, <Residual bit
error ratio> indicates the bit error ratio in the
delivered SDUs. The value is specified as “mEe”.
For example, a target residual bit error ratio of 5103 would be specified as “5E3”,
AT+CGEQREQ=…,’5E3’,…
<Delivery of
erroneous SDUs>
Description
0
No delivery of erroneous SDUs
1
Erroneous SDUs delivered
2
No detection of erroneous SDUs
<Maximum SDU
size>:
<SDU error ratio>:
<Residual bit error
ratio>:
<Delivery of
erroneous SDUs>:
<Transfer delay>:
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<Transfer delay>
Description
Integer
The targeted time between request to transfer an
SDU at one SAP to its delivery at the other SAP, in
milliseconds
0–254
0: Default value – subscribed value will be
requested
<Traffic handling
priority>
Description
Integer
Specifies the relative importance for handling of all
SDUs belonging to the UMTS bearer compared to
the SDUs of other bearers
0–3
0: Default value – subscribed value will be
requested
<Traffic handling
priority>:
<PDP_type>:
See the AT+CGDCONT command.
AT+CGEQNEG
3G quality of service profile (negotiated)
Description:
Allows the TE to retrieve the negotiated QoS profiles returned in the Activate PDP Context Accept message.
The execution command returns the negotiated QoS profile for the specified context identifiers, <cid>s. The QoS profile consists of a number of
parameters, each of which may have a separate value.
The test command returns a list of <cid>s associated with active contexts.
Execution
command:
AT+CGEQNEG =[<cid>[,<cid>[,…]]]
Execution command
response:
+CGEQNEG: <cid>, <Traffic class>,<Maximum bitrate UL>, <Maximum
bitrate DL>,<Guaranteed bitrate UL>, <Guaranteed bitrate DL>,<Delivery
order>,<Maximum SDU size>,<SDU error ratio>,<Residual bit error
ratio>,<Delivery of erroneous SDUs>,<Transfer delay>,<Traffic handling
priority>[<CR><LF>
+CGEQNEG: <cid>, <Traffic class>,<Maximum bitrate UL>, <Maximum
bitrate DL>,<Guaranteed bitrate UL>, <Guaranteed bitrate DL>,<Delivery
order>,<Maximum SDU size>,<SDU error ratio>,<Residual bit error
ratio>,<Delivery of erroneous SDUs>,<Transfer delay>,<Traffic handling
priority>
[…]]
Test command:
AT+CGEQREQ=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CGEQNEG: (list of <cid>s associated with active contexts)
Parameters:
<cid>:
See the AT+CGDCONT command
<Traffic class>:
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<Traffic class>
Description
0
Conversational
1
Streaming
2
Interactive
3
Background
<Maximum bitrate
UL>
Description
Integer
The maximum number of Kbps delivered to UMTS
<Maximum bitrate
DL>
Description
Integer
Maximum number of Kbps delivered by UMTS
(downlink traffic) at a SAP
<Maximum bitrate
UL>:
<Maximum bitrate
DL>:
<Guaranteed bitrate
UL>:
<Guaranteed bitrate Description
UL>
Integer
Guaranteed number of Kbps delivered to UMTS
(uplink traffic) at a SAP (provided there is data to
deliver)
<Guaranteed bitrate
DL>:
<Guaranteed bitrate Description
DL>
Integer
Guaranteed number of Kbps delivered by UMTS
(downlink traffic) at a SAP (provided there is data to
deliver)
<Delivery order>
Description
0
UMTS will not provide in-sequence SDU delivery
1
UMTS will provide in-sequence SDU delivery
<Maximum SDU
size>
Description
Integer
0–153
Indicates the maximum allowed SDU size in octets.
Default = 0 – subscribed value will be requested
<Delivery order>:
<Maximum SDU
size>:
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<SDU error ratio>:
<SDU error ratio>
Description
String
Indicates the target value for the fraction of SDUs
lost or detected as erroneous. SDU error ratio is
defined only for conforming traffic. The value is
specified as “mEe”. For example, a target SDU
error ratio of 510-3 would be specified as “5E3”,
AT+CGEQREQ=…,’5E3’,…
<Residual bit error
ratio>
Description
String
String parameter that indicates the target value for
the undetected bit error ratio in the delivered SDUs.
If no error detection is requested, Residual bit error
ratio indicates the bit error ratio in the delivered
SDUs. The value is specified as “mEe”. For
example, a target residual bit error ratio of 510-3
would be specified as “5E3”,
AT+CGEQREQ=…,’5E3’,…
<Delivery of
erroneous SDUs>
Description
0
No delivery of erroneous SDUs
1
Erroneous SDUs delivered
2
No detection of erroneous SDUs
<Transfer delay>
Description
Integer
The targeted time between request to transfer an
SDU at one SAP to its delivery at the other SAP, in
milliseconds
<Traffic handling
priority>
Description
Integer
Specifies the relative importance for handling of all
SDUs belonging to the UMTS bearer compared to
the SDUs of other bearers
<Residual bit error
ratio>:
<Delivery of
erroneous SDUs>:
<Transfer delay>:
<Traffic handling
priority>:
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AT+CGCMOD
PDP context modify
Description:
Modifies the specified PDP context(s) with respect to QoS profiles and
TFTs. After the command has completed, the MT returns to V.25ter online
data state.
If no <cid>s are specified the activation form of the command modifies all
active contexts.
Execution
command:
AT+CGCMOD=[<cid>[,<cid>[,…]]]
Test command:
AT+CGCMOD=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CGCMOD: (list of <cid>s associated with active contexts)
Parameter:
<cid>:
See the AT+CGDCONT command.
Extension of ATD – Request GPRS service
Description:
Execution
command:
The V.25ter ATD command causes the MT to enter the V.25ter online data
state and, with the TE, to start the specified layer 2 protocol. The MT
returns CONNECT to confirm acceptance of the command prior to entering the V.25ter online data state. No further commands may follow on the
AT command line.
When the layer 2 protocol has terminated, either as a result of an orderly
shut down of the PDP or an error, the MT enters V.25ter command state
and returns the NO CARRIER final result code.
<L2P> and <cid> usage are the same as in the +CGDATA command. The
+CGDCONT, +CGQREQ, and so on, commands may be used in the
modem initialisation AT command string to set values for PDP type, APN,
QoS, and so on.
This command may be used in both normal and modem compatibility
modes.
Note: The dial string conforms to the syntax specified in GSM 02.30.
ATD*<GPRS_SC>[*[<called_address>][*[<L2p>][*[<cid>]]]]#
Parameters:
<GPRS_SC>:
Digit string. A digit string (value=’99’) which identifies a request to use the
GPRS/Packet Domain.
<called_address>:
String. Identifies the called party in the address space applicable to the
PDP.
<L2p>:
<cid>:
<L2p>
Description
1
PPP
9yyyy
M-xxxx
Digit string. Specifies a particular PDP context definition.
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Extension of ATD – Request packet domain IP service
Description:
Execution
command:
The V.25ter ATD dial command causes the MT to enter the V.25ter online
data state and, with the TE, to start the specified layer 2 protocol. The MT
returns CONNECT to confirm acceptance of the command before entering
the V.25ter online data state. No further commands may follow on the AT
command line.
The detailed behaviour after the online data state has been entered is
dependent on the PDP type. It is described briefly in clause 9 (for IP) of
3GPP TS 27.060. PS attachment and PDP context activation procedures
may take place prior to or during the PDP startup, if they have not already
been performed using the +CGATT and +CGACT commands.
When the layer 2 protocol has terminated, either as a result of an orderly
shut down of the PDP or an error, the MT enters V.25ter command state
and returns the NO CARRIER final result code. <cid> usage will be the
same as in the +CGDATA command. The +CGDCONT, +CGQREQ, and so
on, commands may then be used in the modem initialisation AT command
string to set values for PDP type, APN, QoS, and so on.
If <cid> is omitted, the MT attempts to activate the context using one of
the following:
• Any information provided by the TE during the PDP startup procedure,
for example, the TE may provide a PDP type and/or PDP address to the
MT
• A priori knowledge, for example, that the MT may implement only one
PDP type
• Using the Empty PDP type (GSM 04.08). No PDP address or APN will
be sent in this case and only one PDP context subscription record will
be present in the HLR for this subscriber.
This command may be used in both normal and modem compatibility
modes.
Note: The dial string conforms to the syntax specified in GSM 02.30.
ATD*<GPRS_SC_IP>[*<cid>]#
Parameters:
<GPRS_SC>:
Digit string. A digit string (value=’98’) which identifies a request to use
GPRS/Packet Domain with IP (PDP types IP and PPP).
<cid>:
Digit string. Specifies a particular PDP context definition.
Unsolicited result codes
+CGEV
GPRS event reporting
Description:
This result code is enabled by using the AT+CGEREP command.
Possible unsolicited
result codes:
+CGEV: X, where X is shown below.
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<X>
Description
REJECT
A network request for PDP context activation
<pdp_type>,<pdp_add occurred when the MT was unable to report it to
r>
the terminal equipment with a +CRING
unsolicited result code and was automatically
rejected
NW REACT
The network has forced a network reactivation.
<pdp_type>,<pdp_add The <cid> that was used to reactivate the
r>[,<cid>]
context is provided, if known to the MT
The network has forced a network deactivation.
NW DEACT
<pdp_type>,<pdp_add The <cid> that was used to deactivate the
r>[,<cid>]
context is provided, if known to the MT
The mobile equipment has forced a network
ME DEACT
<pdp_type>,<pdp_add deactivation. The <cid> that was used to
deactivate the context is provided, if known to
r>[,<cid>]
the MT
NW DETACH
The network has forced a GPRS detach. This
implies that all networks have been deactivated.
These are not reported separately
ME DETACH
The mobile equipment has forced a GPRS
detach. This implies that all MEs have been
deactivated. These are not reported separately
NW CLASS <class>
The network has forced a change of phone class.
The highest available class is reported
ME CLASS <class>
The mobile equipment has forced a change of
phone class. The highest available class is
reported
Parameters:
See AT+CGDCONT.
+CGREG
Network registration reporting
Description:
This result code is enabled by using the AT+CGREG command.
Possible unsolicited
result codes:
If AT+CGREG <n>=’1’
+CGREG: <stat>
If AT+CGREG <n>=’2’
+CGREG: <stat>[,<lac>,<ci>]
Parameters:
<stat>:
<stat>
Description
0
Not registered. ME is currently searching for an
operator to register to
1
Registered, home network
2
Registered, but ME is searching for a new
operator to register to
3
Registration denied
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<stat>
Description
4
Unknown
5
Registered, roaming
<lac>:
<lac>
Description
String
Two byte location area code in hexadecimal format
<ci>
Description
String
Two byte cell ID in hexadecimal format
<ci>:
Ensemble S16: Phonebook
Commands
AT+CPBS
Phonebook storage (ver. 3)
Description:
Selects phonebook memory storage <storage>, which is used by other
phonebook commands. If setting fails in a ME error, +CME ERROR: <err>
is returned.
Read command returns currently selected memory and, when supported
by manufacturer, number of used locations and total number of locations
in the memory.
Test command returns supported storage as compound value.
Note: Each one of the defined profiles corresponds to one (and only one)
list of allowed callers.
Set command:
AT+CPBS=<storage>[,<password>]
Read command:
AT+CPBS? Displays the current <name> setting.
Read command
response:
+CPBS: <storage>
Test command:
AT+CPBS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CPBS: (list of supported <storage>s)
Parameters:
<storage>:
<storage>
Function
String type value
Storage
FD
SIM fix-dialling-phonebook
LD
SIM last-dialling-phonebook
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<storage>
Function
ME
ME phonebook
MT
Combined ME and SIM phonebook. Not supported
SM
SIM phonebook
TA
TA phonebook
DC
ME dialled calls list
RC
ME received calls list
MC
ME missed calls list
MV
ME voice activated dialling list
GR
Group list. Ericsson specific, not supported
HP
Hierarchical phonebook. Ericsson specific
BC
Own business card. Protected by phone lock code.
Ericsson specific
SM
SIM/UICC phonebook. If a SIM card is present or if
a UICC with an active GSM application is present,
the EFADN under DFTelecom is selected. If a UICC
with an active USIM application is present, the global phonebook, DFPHONEBOOK under DFTelecom is
selected.
Not supported
EN
Emergency number. Not supported
CN
SIM (or ME) own numbers (MSISDNs) list (reading
of this storage may be available through +CNUM
also). When storing information in the SIM/UICC, if
a SIM card is present or if a UICC with an active
GSM application is present, the information in
EFMSISDN under DFTelecom is selected. If a UICC
with an active USIM application is present, the
information in EFMSISDN under ADFUSIM is selected.
Not supported
AP
Selected application phonebook. If a UICC with an
active USIM application is present, the application
phonebook, DFPHONEBOOK under ADFUSIM is
selected.
Not supported
<password>
Function
string type
Value represents the password required when
selecting password protected <storage>s, for
instance, PIN-2 for storage FD
<password>:
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AT+CPBR
Phonebook read (ver. 2)
Description:
Returns phonebook entries in location number range <index1>...<index2>
from the current phonebook memory storage selected by AT+CPBS. If
<index2> is left out, only location <index1> is returned. Entry fields returned
are location number <indexn>, phone number <number> (of format <type>)
and text <text> associated with the number.
When the Received Calls list (RC), the Missed Calls list (MC) or the Dialled
Calls list (DC) is selected, the two additional fields <text_date> and
<text_time> containing date and time is returned. In this case the <text>
field containing text associated with the number has to be extracted from
one of the phonebooks (SIM, ME or TA).
Note: Flags are used to indicate the contact field where the number is
stored. See <contact_flag> below.
Set command:
AT+CPBR=<index1>[,<index2>]
Set command
response:
+CPBR:
<index1>,<number>,<type>,<text>[,<text_date>,<text_time>]<CR><LF>
+CPBR: <index2>,<number>,<type>,<text>[,<text_date>,<text_time>]
Test command:
AT+CPBR=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CPBR: (list of supported <index>s),<nlength>,<tlength>.
Parameters:
<indexn>:
Integer. Values in the range of location numbers of phonebook memory.
<number>:
String. Phone number of format <type>.
<type>:
<type>
Description
128
Unknown numbering plan, national/international
number unknown
129
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national/
international number unknown
145
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, international
number
161
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national number
128–255
Other valid values, see GSM 04.08 section 10.5.4.7
<text>:
String. Maximum length <tlength>. Character set as specified by
AT+CSCS.
<nlength>:
Integer. Maximum length of <number> field.
<tlength>:
Integer. Maximum length of <text> field.
<contact_flag>:
<contact_flag>
Description
“/H”
Home. Default value
“/W”
Work
“/M”
Mobile
“/F”
Fax
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<contact_flag>
Description
“/O”
Other
AT+CPBF
Phonebook find (ver. 2)
Description:
Returns phonebook entries from the current phonebook memory storage
selected with AT+CPBS, whose alphanumeric field starts with the string
<findtext>.
Entry fields returned are location number <indexn>, phone number stored
there <number> (of format <type>) and text <text> associated with the
number.
Note:
• Searching in DC, RC or MC storage is not supported.
• When searching in the phone, the execution command returns
phonebook entries (from the current phonebook memory storage
selected with AT+CPBS) whose first/last name field start with string
<findtext>. If <findtext> is given as “xyz”, entries whose first name and/
or last name field begins with “xyz” are displayed. If <findtext> is given
as “ xyz” (space followed by characters), only entries whose last name
field begins with “xyz” are displayed.
Execution
command:
AT+CPBF=<findtext>
Execution command
response:
+CPBF: <index1>,<number>,<type>,<text>[[...]<CR><LF>
+CBPF: <index2>,<number>,<type>,<text>]
Test command:
AT+CPBF=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CPBF: <nlength>,<tlength>.
Parameters:
<findtext>:
String. Maximum length <tlength>. Character set as specified by
AT+CSCS.
<index1>:
Integer. Values in the range of location numbers of phonebook memory.
<number>:
String. Phone number of format <type>.
<type>:
<type>
Description
128
Unknown numbering plan, national/international
number unknown
129
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national/
international number unknown
145
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, international
number
161
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national number
128–255
Valid values, see GSM 04.08 section 10.5.4.7
<text>:
String type. Field of maximum length <tlength>. Character set as specified
by command AT+CSCS.
<nlength>:
Integer. Maximum length of field <number>
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<tlength>:
Integer. Maximum length of <findtext> field.
AT+CPBW
Phonebook write (ver. 4)
Description:
Writes phonebook entry in location number <index> in the current
phonebook memory storage selected with AT+CPBS. Entry fields written
are phone number <number> (in the format <type>) and text <text>
associated with the number. If those fields are omitted the phonebook
entry is deleted.
Note:
• If MV, BC or HP is the currently selected phonebook storage, +CME
ERROR: <err> will be returned.
• DC, RC and MC storages are not supported.
• Flags may be used to indicate the contact field where the number
should be stored. If no flag is used, the phone number will be stored as
type “home”.
• A new phonebook entry will always use the first free position,
independent of what <index> has been set to.
• The <type> parameter is ignored, the + sign in <number> determines if
the number is international or national.
• If phone is the currently selected phonebook storage and AT+CPBW is
used with an <index> that is already used by another number, the old
number will be overwritten and removed from whatever contact it was
previously a part of.
The name of the contact will be changed if the phone is the currently
selected phonebook storage and the following criteria are met:
• AT+CPBW is used with an <index> that is part of a certain contact
• all other parameters except <text> are omitted
• the <text> parameter differs from the name of the contact in question
The <number> of the contact will be changed if:
• <number> parameter differs from the number of the contact in question
• <text> parameter is the same as the contacts <text> in question
• all the other parameters are omitted
Note: <type> is set to its default value, 129, if it is omitted.
Execution
command:
AT+CPBW=[<index>][,<number>[,<type>[,<text>]]]
Test command:
AT+CPBW=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CPBW: (list of supported <index>s),<nlength>,(list of supported
<type>s), <tlength>.
Parameters:
<index>:
Integer. Values in the range of location numbers of phonebook memory.
<number>:
String. Phone number of format <type>.
<type>:
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<text>:
<type>
Description
128
Unknown numbering plan, national/international
number unknown
129
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national/
international number unknown.
Default value if dialling string does not include
international access code character “+”
145
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, international
number.
Default value if dialling string includes
international access code character “+”
161
ISDN/telephony numbering plan, national number
128–255
Other valid values, see GSM 04.08 section 10.5.4.7
String. Maximum length <tlength>. Character set as specified by
AT+CSCS.
Flag
Description
“H”
Home. Default value
“W”
Work
“O”
Other
“M”
Mobile
“F”
Fax
<nlength>:
Integer. Maximum length of <number> field.
<tlength>:
Integer. Maximum length of <text> field.
Use scenarios
Phonebook read
This scenario shows how reading from the phonebook is performed.
AT command
Response
Comment
Read index range and element lengths.
AT+CPBR=?
+CPBR: (1-99),
30,30
OK
Max 99 entries. Max number length equals 30
Read one entry at index 2
AT+CPBR=2
+CPBR: 2,”90510”,
129,”Dieter”
OK
AT+CPBR=1,4
Read entries from index 1 to 4. Only entries set
are returned
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AT command
Response
Comment
+CPBR: 1,”12356”, Index 1
129,”Klaus”
+CPBR: 2,”90510”, Index 2
129,”Dieter”
+CPBR: 4,”54321”,
Index 4
129,”Helmut”
OK
Ensemble S18: GSM clock, date and
alarm handling
Commands
AT+CCLK
Clock (ver. 4)
Description:
Sets the real-time clock in the phone.
Set command:
AT+CCLK=<time>
Read command:
AT+CCLK? Displays the current <time> setting.
Test command:
AT+CCLK=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<time>:
String. “yy/MM/dd,hh:mm:ss±zz” or “yyyy/MM/dd,hh:mm:ss±zz”, where
characters indicate year, month, day, hour, minutes, seconds and time
zone (indicates the difference, expressed in quarters of an hour, between
the local time and GMT. Range -47 to +48). For instance, 6th of May 1994,
22:10:00 GMT+2 hours equals to “94/05/06,22:10:00+08”
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AT+CALA
Alarm (ver. 3)
Description:
Sets an alarm time in the ME. There can be an array of different alarms.
Each alarm may be recurrent. If setting fails in an ME error, +CME ERROR:
<err> is returned. When the alarm is timed out and executed, the
unsolicited result code +CALV: <n> is always returned, even if the alarm is
setup to be silent.
The alarm time is set in hours and minutes. Date, seconds and time zone
are not used.
The read command returns the list of current active alarm settings in the
ME.
The test command returns supported array index values, alarm types and
maximum length of the text strings.
Note: Parameters that are not supported should be left empty between the
comma signs.
Example: To set a recurrent alarm for alarm position 3 (Monday to Friday):
AT+CALA=”11:15”,3,1,,”1,2,3,4,5”
The <text> parameter is omitted because it is not supported.
Set command:
AT+CALA=<time>[,<n>[,[<type>],[<text>],<recurr>[,<silent>]]]
Read command:
AT+CALA?
Read command
response
Test command:
Test command
response:
[+CALA: [<time1>,<n1>,<type1>,[<text1>],[<recurr1>],<silent1>]
[+CALA: <time2>,<n2>,<type2>,[<text2>],[<recurr2>],<silent2>]
AT+CALA=? Shows if the command is supported.
+CALA: (list of supported <n>s),(list of supported
type>s),<tlength>,<rlength>,(list of supported <silent>s)
Parameters:
<time>:
String. Only hours and minutes of format “HH:MM” are used. Date, time
zone and seconds are not used.
<n>:
Integer. Index identifying an alarm position. It is phone specific how many
alarms there could be in the phone.
<type>:
Integer. Value indicating the type of alarm.
<type>
Description
0
RECURRENT ALARM
1
TIME
<text>:
Text to be displayed when the alarm time is reached.
<tlength>:
Integer. Maximum length of the <text> parameter. Maximum value=20.
<recurr>:
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<recurr>
Description
Format:
For setting an alarm for one or more days in the
“<1..7>[,<1..7>[…]]” week.
The digits 1 to 7 corresponds to the days of the
week, Monday (1), Sunday (7).
Example: The string “1,2,3,4,5” may be used for
setting an alarm for all weekdays
Format: “0”
Sets the alarm for all days in the week
<rlength>:
Integer. Maximum length of the <recurr> parameter. Maximum value=13.
<silent>:
Not supported.
AT+CALD
Alarm delete
Description:
Removes an active alarm.
Execution
command:
AT+CALD=<n>
Test command:
AT+CALD=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<n>:
Integer. Identifies an active alarm.
AT+CAPD
Postpone or dismiss an alarm (ver. 2)
Description:
Controls an active alarm by either postponing or dismissing it. If more than
one active alarm occurs, this command influences the last activated alarm.
Execution
command:
AT+CAPD=[<sec>]
Test command:
AT+CAPD=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CAPD: (list of supported <sec>s)
Parameter:
<sec>:
<sec>
Description
0
Dismisses the alarm. Default value
540
Postpones the alarm (snooze) for 540 seconds (9
minutes). This is the only supported value
AT*EDST
Ericsson daylight saving time
Description:
Sets the daylight saving time hours.
Note: This command affects the MS clock set with the AT+CCLK command. To avoid confusion, it is recommended that the daylight saving time
(DST) is set with this command before setting the actual local time with
AT+CCLK.
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Execution
command:
AT*EDST=<dst>
Read command:
AT*EDST? Read current daylight saving time.
Read command
response:
*EDST: <dst>
Test command:
AT*EDST=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EDST: (list of supported <dst>s)
Parameter:
<dst>:
<dst>
Description
0
Standard time. Default value
1
Daylight saving time, +1 hour
2
Daylight saving time, +2 hours
Unsolicited result codes
+CALV
Alarm event
Description:
This unsolicited result code is returned when an alarm is activated. The
alarm is set using AT+CALA.
Unsolicited result
code:
+CALV: <n>
Parameter:
<n>:
Integer. Identifies an alarm event.
Use scenarios
Alarm functionality
AT command
Response
Comment
Test if the command is supported
AT+CALA=?
+CALA: 1,,0,13,
(0-13)
OK
Only one alarm is supported, <type> is not
supported
Set alarm time to 14:25
AT+CALA=”14:25”
OK
AT+CALA?
Shows all active alarms
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AT command
Response
Comment
+CALA: “14:25”,1,,,
OK
One alarm is set. The alarm index is “1”. The
alarm has no text set – default is set. The
alarm is not recurrent
Set a new alarm for 06:10 on all weekdays
AT+CALA=”06:10”,
2,,,”1,2,3,4,5”
OK
AT+CALA?
+CALA: “14:25”,1,,,
+CALA: “06:10”,2,,,
”1,2,3,4,5”
OK
+CALV: 1
Alarm event reported. Alarm is executed (at
06:10 every weekday)
Postpone the alarm for 9 minutes
AT+CAPD=540
OK
+CALV: 1
9 minutes later, Alarm event report
Dismiss the alarm
AT+CAPD=0
OK
Ensemble S19: GSM subscriber
information
Commands
AT+CIMI
Request international mobile subscriber identity
Description:
Causes the TA to return <IMSI>, identifying the individual SIM attached to
the ME.
Execution
command:
AT+CIMI
Execution command
response:
+CIMI: <IMSI>
Test command:
AT+CIMI=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameter:
<IMSI>:
String without double quotes. International Mobile Subscriber Identity.
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Ensemble S20: Ericsson specific AT
commands for GSM
Commands
AT*EPEE
PIN event
Description:
Requests the phone to inform when the PIN code has been entered and
accepted. This command activates the unsolicited result code *EPEV.
Set command:
AT*EPEE=<onoff>
Read command:
AT*EPEE? Displays the current <onoff> setting.
Test command:
AT*EPEE=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EPEE: (list of supported <onoff>s)
Parameter:
<onoff>:
<onoff>
Description
0
Request for report on entered PIN is not activated
(off). Default value
1
Request for report on entered PIN is activated (on)
AT*EAPS
Active profile set
Description:
Selects the active phone profile. The profiles may be renamed using
AT*EAPN. The profile consists of the parameters and settings for the
following commands:
AT command
Name
Ensemble
AT+CCFC
Call Forwarding Number and Conditions S6
AT*EDIF
Divert Function and Reporting
S6
Set command:
AT*EAPS=<index>
Read command:
AT*EAPS? Displays the current <index> and <name_tagx> settings.
Test command:
AT*EAPS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EAPS: (list of supported <index>s),<nlength>
Parameters:
<index>:
<index>
Description
Integer
Number of profiles
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<name_tagx>:
String. Profile name tag.
<nlength>:
Integer. Maximum length of <name_tagx>.
AT*EAPN
Active profile rename
Description:
Sets a new name for the active profile. The number of profiles and the
default names of the profiles are depending on the phone MMI.
Note: The name of the Normal profile (profile index 1) is read-only.
Set command:
AT*EAPN=<name_tag>
Read command:
AT*EAPN? Read the name of all the routing profiles in the phone.
Read command
response:
*EAPN: <index1>,<name_tag1><CR><LF>
[*EAPN: <index2>,<name_tag2><CR><LF>
[...]]
Test command:
AT*EAPN=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EAPN: <nlength>
Parameters:
<index>:
<index>
Description
Integer
Index of profile as defined in AT*EAPS
<name_tag>:
String. Name tag for the profile, for example, Home, Office, Meeting
<nlength>:
Integer. Maximum length of field <name_tag>.
AT*EBCA
Battery and charging algorithm (ver. 4)
Description:
Tests the charging algorithm in the phone and turn on/off unsolicited signal
result codes ( *EBCA). When turned on the unsolicited result code is given
once per second.
Voltage, current and capacity are physically limited, that is, they are platform dependent.
Note: For batteries without internal intelligence, some of the parameters
listed below might not be available. In these cases the value “0” (zero) will
be returned.
Note: Compared to earlier versions of this command, the name of the
parameter <remcapacity> has been changed to <remcapacitypercent>
because there is a new parameter showing the remaining capacity in mAh.
This new parameter gets the same name as the old remaining capacity
parameter, <remcapacity>.
Execution
command:
AT*EBCA=<onoff>
Execution command
response:
*EBCA: <vbat>,<dcio>,<icharge>,<iphone>,<tempbattery>,<tempphone>,
<chargingmethod>,<chargestate>, <remainingcapacity>,<remcapacity>,
<powerdissipation>,<noccycles>, <nosostimer>,<suspensioncause>
Read command:
AT*EBCA? Displays the current <onoff> setting.
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Test command:
AT*EBCA=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EBCA: (range of <onoff>)
Parameters:
<onoff>:
<onoff>
Description
0
Disable unsolicited result code *EBCA. Default
value
1
Enable unsolicited result code *EBCA
<vbat>
Battery voltage in number of mV. Range 0–65500.
<dcio>:
Battery voltage from the charger in mV. Range 0–65500.
<icharge>:
Current charge in mA. That is, a value of 1A is reported as 1000. Range 0–
65500.
<iphone>:
Phone current consumption in mA. That is, a value of 1A is reported as
1000. Range 0–65500.
<tempbattery>
Signed integer. Battery temperature in °C, -20 to +70.
<tempphone>:
Signed integer. Phone temperature in °C, -20 to +70.
<chargingmethod>:
Integer.
<chargestate>:
<remcapacity>:
<chargestate>
Description
0
Start
2
Charge – Charging the battery until it is fully
charged
3
Await – The battery temperature is outside the limits
for normal charging
4
Await, extended temperature – The battery
temperature is outside the limits for maintenance
charging
5
Await, safety timer – The safety timer has expired.
Further charging is disabled for as long as the
charger is connected
7
Handheld – No charger is attached
8
Charge completed – Maintaining the charge of a
fully charged battery
15
Paused – Charging is paused by the user
Integer. Remaining capacity in mAh.
<remcapacitypercent Integer. Remaining capacity in percent. Range 0–100%.
>:
<powerdissipation>: Integer. The FET power dissipation in mW.
<noccycles>:
Integer. The number of completed charging cycles.
<nosostimer>:
Integer. The number of seconds on the safety timer.
<suspensioncause>: Integer. The cause for suspension of charging.
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AT*ELIB
Ericsson list Bluetooth devices
Description:
Lists the Bluetooth devices registered in the phone.
Execution
command:
AT*ELIB
Execution command
response:
[*ELIB: <device1><CR><LF>
[*ELIB: <device2><CR><LF>
[...]]]
Test command:
AT*ELIB=? Shows if the command is supported.
Parameters:
<devicex>:
<devicex>
Description
Character string
BT device name
Unsolicited result codes
*EPEV
PIN code event
Description:
This unsolicited result code is returned when a PIN code has been entered
and accepted. The result code is activated using AT*EPEE.
Unsolicited result
code:
*EPEV
*EBCA
Indication algorithm status (ver. 1)
Description:
This unsolicited result code indicates the changes in status for the
parameters of the charging algorithm. The result code is activated using
AT*EBCA.
Unsolicited result
code:
Parameters:
*EBCA: <vbat>,<dcio>,<icharge>,<iphone>,<tempbattery>,<tempphone>,
<chargingmethod>,<chargestate>, <remainingcapacity>,<remcapacity>,
<powerdissipation>,<noccycles>, <nosostimer>,<suspensioncause>
See AT*EBCA.
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Use scenarios
Environment and profiles
AT command
Response
Comment
Read the current profile
AT*EAPS?
*EAPS: 1,”Normal” “Normal” is the current profile
OK
Change profile to “Car”
AT*EAPS=3
OK
An IR-device is now connected to the phone. The
new accessory is added to the list of known
environments
AT*EACS=4,1
OK
Change profile to “Normal”
AT*EAPS=1
OK
Ensemble S26: Voice control
Commands
AT*EVAA
Voice answer active (ver. 1)
Description:
Activates and deactivates the voice answering function for the chosen
type.
Note: If the Voice Answer function is activated and the associated voice
tag has not yet been trained, the phone returns ERROR.
Set command:
AT*EVAA=<type>,<onoff>
Read command:
AT*EVAA?
Read command
response:
EVAA: <type1>,<onoff1>[<CR><LF>
EVAA: <type2>,<onoff2>[<CR><LF>
...]]
Test command:
AT*EVAA=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EVAA: (list of supported <type>s),(list of supported <onoff>s)
Parameters:
<type>:
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<type>
Description
0
Car handsfree
1
Portable handsfree
2
Speakerphone
<onoff>
Description
0
Deactivate voice answering function. Default value
1
Activate voice answering function
<onoff>:
AT*EMWS
Magic word set
Description:
Activates the Magic Word function. When activated, the voice recogniser
continuously listens for the trained magic word. When the magic word is
detected, the complete voice control functionality is activated.
Set command:
AT*EMWS=<type>,<onoff>
Read command:
AT*EMWS?
Read command
response:
EMWS: <type1>,<onoff1>[<CR><LF>
EMWS: <type2>,<onoff2>[<CR><LF>
...]]
Test command:
AT*EMWS=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EMWS: (list of supported <type>s),(list of supported <onoff>s)
Parameters:
<type>:
<type>
Description
0
Car handsfree
1
Portable handsfree
2
Speakerphone
<onoff>
Description
0
The magic word function is not activated. Default
value
1
The magic word function is activated
<onoff>:
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Ensemble S27: OBEX
Commands
AT+CPROT
Enter protocol mode
Description:
Informs TA that TE wants to establish a peer-to-peer protocol <proto> or
upper layer connection (indicated by the <lsap> settings) with the ME on
the link from which the command was received. This command can be
used in case the link between TE and ME does not provide such a mechanism itself.
If ME has succeeded in establishing a logical link between application protocols and external interface, it sends a CONNECT message to the TE.
Otherwise, the NO CARRIER response is returned.
If the CONNECT response is received, TE can start sending <proto> or
upper layer frames.
The connection always returns to <proto> mode when the protocol session is ended. When the ME receives a disconnect request from its peer
entity, it processes it and sends a OK response to the TE indicating its
capability for receiving new AT commands. Since <proto> or upper layers
can be accessed in other ways, TA must have prior knowledge of the fact
that connection is initiated with AT+CPROT command. This means that
switch to <proto> mode must include some sort of notification to the protocol entity.
This command can be aborted by sending a <proto> or upper layer disconnection frame. In that case, ME returns to command mode by sending
the OK response.
Set command:
AT+CPROT=<proto>[,<version>[,<lsap1>[,...[<lsapN>]]]]
Test command:
AT+CPROT=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
+CPROT: <proto1>[,(list of supported <version>s)[,(list of supported
<lsap1>s)[,...[,(list of supported <lsapN>s)]]]][<CR><LF>
+CPROT: <proto2>[,(list of supported <version>s)[,(list of supported
<lsap1>s)[,...[,(list of supported <lsapN>s)]]]]]
[...]]]]]
Parameters:
<proto>:
<proto>
Description
0
OBEX
<version>
Description
String
Version number of <proto>.
Note: The total number of characters, including line
terminators, in the information text may not exceed
16 characters
<version>:
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<version>
Description
...
Only value supported in 3G1
<lsap1>
Description
Integer type
Defines a level of service or application protocol on
the top of <proto> layer. It may refer to services or
protocols defined in other standards development
organisations (SDOs)
8
IrMC level 1, 2 and 4 (Minimum, Access and Sync
Levels) only. Implies unique index support
<lsap2>...<lsapN>
Description
Integer type
In case <lsapN>, <lsapN+1> received in the
+CPROT command identifies protocol layers, the
protocol identified by N+1 will be on top of the
protocol identified by N on a framework point of
view
<lsap1>:
<lsap2>...<lsapN>:
Ensemble S29: WAP browser
Commands
AT*EWDT
WAP download timeout
Description:
Sets the server response time used when downloading a WAP page.
Set command:
AT*EWDT=<sec>
Read command:
AT*EWDT? Displays the current <sec> setting.
Test command:
AT*EWDT=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EWDT: (list of supported <sec>s)
Parameter:
<sec>:
<sec>
Function
Integer
Number of seconds. Range: 15–300
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AT*EWBA
WAP bookmark add (ver. 2)
Description:
Adds or deletes a bookmark in the list of bookmarks.
To add a bookmark the <option> parameter is set to 1. To delete a bookmark, <option> is set to 0.
If the <title> parameter is omitted the bookmark title is set to the first <ntitle> number of characters of the <URL>.
Note: The bookmarks added with this command are added to all WAP
profiles in the phone.
Set command:
AT*EWBA=<option>,<URL>[,<title>]
Read command:
AT*EWBA? List number of bookmarks.
Read command
response:
*EWBA: <nBookmarks>
Test command:
AT*EWBA=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EWBA: (list of supported <options>),<nURL>,<ntitle>,<MaxBookmarks>
Parameters:
<option>:
<option>
Description
0
Deletes a bookmark
1
Adds a bookmark
<url>:
String. The URL representing the bookmark.
<nurl>:
Integer. Maximum length of the <url> parameter.
<title>:
String. The title representing the bookmark. If omitted the bookmark title is
set equal to the first <ntitle> number of characters of the <URL>.
<ntitle>:
Integer. Maximum length of the <title> parameter.
AT*EWCT
WAP connection timeout
Description:
Sets timeout time used when connecting to a WAP supplier, that is, the
time the WAP browser will wait for a CSD call to be established.
Read command:
AT*EWCT=<sec>
Read command
response:
*EWCT: <sec>
Test command:
AT*EWCT=? Shows if the command is supported.
Test command
response:
*EWCT: (list of supported <sec>s)
Parameter:
<sec>:
<sec>
Description
Integer
Number of seconds
60–300
Valid values
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Use scenarios
WAP browser settings
AT command
Response
Comment
Set download timeout to 10 seconds
AT*EWDT=10
OK
Set connection timeout to 10 seconds
AT*EWCT=10
OK
Ensemble S34: Internet account
commands
Common internet account command parameters
Some of the AT command parameters are shared between several S34 internet account AT commands.
These parameters and their value definitions are specified in this section.
Parameter:
<index>:
Index of an account within the specific bearer type
<index>
Description
0
This value is used in some commands to indicate
that all accounts that match filter conditions set on
another parameter should be affected by the
command, for example, all accounts with a given
bearer_type
1–255
Several accounts with the same index value may
exist, but only one account within a given bearer
type. The combination of bearer type and index
forms the unique reference to one specific Internet
account
<bearer_type>
Description
0
Used to specify that accounts of all bearer types
will be affected by the command
1
PS bearer.
PS connection over UMTS/GPRS network
2
CS bearer.
NTCSD connection over UMTS/GSM network
<bearer_type>:
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<bearer_type>
Description
3
Bluetooth bearer
To connect with a remote Bluetooth LAN device
4
External Interface.
Test value, for dial-in use
<name>
Description
String type
“Friendly” name of the Internet account. Maximum
20 characters. Mainly used in the MMI of the mobile
phone
<pref_serv>
Description
0
Preferred service – Packet Switched only.
An incoming call will be denied when running PS
connection(s), if system resources are insufficient to
serve both
1
Preferred service – Automatic.
An incoming call will put GPRS or UMTS packet
switched connection(s) on hold if system resources
are insufficient to serve both. Default Value
<traffic_class>
Description
0
Conversational
1
Streaming.
For example, for Voice over IP and other QoS
(delay) critical applications
2
Interactive.
For example, for Video/Audio over IP and other
QoS (delay+data volume) critical applications
3
Background.
For example, for Chat and applications with some
time requirements and low – medium data volume
4
Subscribed value.
For non-time critical applications.
Default value
<data_rate>
Description
1
9600 Kbps.
GSM: 1 time slot * 9600
2
14400 Kbps.
GSM: 1 time slot * 14400
3
19200 Kbps
GSM: 2 time slots * 9600
<name>:
<pref_serv>:
<traffic_class>:
<data_rate>:
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<data_rate>
Description
4
28800 Kbps.
GSM: 2 time slots * 14400 (or 3 TS*9600).
Default Value
5
38400 Kbps.
GSM: 4 time slots * 9600
6
43200 Kbps.
GSM: 3 time slots * 14400
7
57600 Kbps.
GSM: 4 time slots * 14400
<bt_addr>
Description
Hex string
Bluetooth Address of remote Bluetooth enabled
LAN Access device
<auth_prot>
Description
00000–11111 or
0–7
Default value: 00111 (7)
<bt_addr>:
<auth_prot>:
The authentication method is represented as a 5 bit
long field in which each bit indicates a specific
authentication method. The bitmask set, represents
the authentication methods supported by the
Internet account in question.
(MSB)Bit4=1: MS-CHAPv2
Bit3=1: MS-CHAP
Bit2=1: CHAP
Bit1=1: PAP
(LSB)Bit0=1: None
For example, 00111 (=7), indicates support for
CHAP, PAP and None.
None indicates that it does not matter what
authentication method is supported by the peer.
The value 0 (all the bits set to 0) is not allowed. At
least one bit has to be set to 1.
Note: Leading zeroes do not need to be stated. For
example, 111 is the same as 00111
<show>:
<show>
Description
0
Do not show
1
Show
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S34 commands
AT*EIAC
Internet account, create
Description:
Defines the general parameters of an Internet Account (IA).
When a new account is defined, it is assigned an index which is subsequently returned as an informational text response together with bearer
type and name of account. When using the IA configuration command, the
value of the index cannot be forced.
The other Internet Account commands cannot be used to create an
account.
The other AT commands have to indicate the index value of an existing
account in combination with what kind of bearer the parameters are set
for. The exception is the Internet Account configuration commands where
it is implicit what the bearer type is, for example, AT*EIAPSW – write PS
bearer parameters. In this case only the index value is necessary.
Note: When a PDP Context is defined via an AT command, an Internet
Account is automatically created with Packet Domain Service as the
bearer and it gets an index value with a one-to-one mapping to the specified <cid> parameter value of the GPRS command. If an IA with that mapping to CID value already exists, the specific parameters of that IA is
overwritten (also when IA parameters are originally specified for another
bearer than PS). In the same way a PDP Context with default values is
defined when an IA is created with Packet Domain Service as the bearer,
using the AT*EIAC command. The <cid> of the PDP context will have a
one-to-one mapping to the PS bearer IA index.
Note: If the user does not specify any bearer type, the command results in
an error response.
Note: If the user does not specify a name of the account, an autogenerated name will be added to the account.
Note: The temporary or locked type of accounts are reserved for internal
application use and is not listed in the read command and is not possible
to create using this command.
Execution
command:
Create account/define general parameters:
AT*EIAC=<bearer_type>[,[<name>]]
Response:
*EIAC: <index>,<name>
Read command:
Read the current general parameter settings:
AT*EIAC?
Read command
response:
Test command:
Test command
response:
List of created Internet accounts:
*EIAC: <index>,<bearer_type>,<name>
AT*EIAC=? Test if command is supported and show ranges of supported
parameter values.
*EIAC: (list of supported <bearer_type>s),(““)
Parameter:
<bearer_type>:
Integer, 1–4
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<bearer_type>
Description
1
PS bearer, that is, PS connection over UMTS/GPRS
network
2
CS bearer, that is, NTCSD connection over UMTS/
GSM network
3
Bluetooth bearer, that is, connection with remote
Bluetooth LAN device
4
External Interface. Test value for dial-in use
<name>:
String. Each Internet Account has a “friendly” name.
Max 50 bytes, the actual number is dependent upon the character format
chosen with +CSCS command.
<index>:
1–255.
Index of an account within the specific bearer type.
There might be several accounts that has the same index value, but only
one account within a given bearer type. So it is the combination of bearer
type and index that forms the unique reference to one specific Internet
Account.
AT*EIAD
Internet account configuration, delete
Description:
Deletes one specific (or all) existing Internet account(s). Other Internet
account commands or GPRS AT commands, cannot be used to delete an
account.
Note: When <index>=0, <bearer_type> must also be =0 and vice versa.
Note: Both the <index> and <bearer_type> parameters must be specified,
otherwise an error is returned.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
Delete account:
AT*EIAD=<index>,<bearer_type>
AT*EIAD=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
Range of parameter values:
*EIAD: (0-255),(0-4)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
0
Delete all existing <bearer_type> Internet Accounts
1–255
Delete Internet Account with index as specified and
bearer type as specified.
For ranges and more details on <index>, see command AT*EIAC
<bearer_type>
Description
0
All bearers
<bearer_type>:
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<bearer_type>
Description
1–4
Specific bearer. For more information on bearer
types see <bearer_type> parameter definitions
under command AT*EIAC
AT*EIAW
Internet account configuration, write general parameters
Description:
Specifies the general parameters of the Internet Account.
Note: Both the <index> and <bearer_type> parameters must be specified,
otherwise an error is returned.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*EIAW=<index>,<bearer_type>[,[<name>]]
AT*EIAW=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters.
Range of parameter values:
*EIAW: (1-255),(1-4),(““)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
1–255
Write general parameters of <bearer_type> Internet.
Account with index as specified
<bearer_type>
Description
0
All bearers.
Used together with Index=0, reading all Internet
Accounts of all bearer types.
Default value
1
PS bearer.
PS connection over UMTS/GPRS network
2
CS bearer.
NTCSD connection over UMTS/GSM network
3
Bluetooth bearer.
To connect with a remote Bluetooth LAN device
4
External Interface.
Test value, for dial-in use
<name>
Description
String type
Each Internet Account has a “friendly” name.
Used mostly by MMI application of phone. Max 20
characters
<bearer_type>:
<name>:
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AT*EIAR
Internet account configuration, read general parameters
Description:
Reads the general parameters of one or several Internet accounts.
Note: When <index>=0, <bearer_type> must also be =0 and vice versa.
Execution
command:
AT*EIAR=[<index>][,[<bearer_type>]]
Response:
*EIAR: <index>,<bearer_type>,<name>[:]
Test command:
AT*EIAR=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters.
Test command
response:
Range of parameter values:
*EIAR: (0-255),(0-4),(““)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
0
Read general parameters of all existing
<bearer_type> Internet Accounts.
Default value
1–255
Read general parameters of <bearer_type> Internet
Account with given index
<bearer_type>
Description
0
All bearers.
Used together with Index=0, reading all Internet
Accounts of all bearer types.
Default value
1
PS bearer.
PS connection over UMTS/GPRS network
2
CS bearer.
NTCSD connection over UMTS/GSM network
3
Bluetooth bearer.
To connect with a remote Bluetooth LAN device
4
External Interface.
Test value, for dial-in use
<name>
Description
String type
Each Internet Account has a “friendly” name.
Used mostly by MMI application of phone. Max 20
characters
<bearer_type>:
<name>:
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AT*EIAPSW
Internet account configuration, write PS bearer parameters
Description:
Specifies PS specific parameters of one (or all) PS bearer Internet Account.
This command is used to define the most relevant Packet Switched (PS)
data connection parameters.
Note: All PS parameters of this command except <pref_serv> can also be
configured using the normal R’99 GPRS commands (see Ensemble S15
commands).
Note: For PS bearers, the <index> maps to the <ContextId> used in the
GPRS commands.
Note: If the user does not specify the parameter <Index>, an error is
returned.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*EIAPSW=<index>[,[<pref_serv>][,[<apn>]
[,[<traffic_class>][,[<header_compr>][,[<data_compr>]]]]]]
AT*EIAPSW=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
Range of parameter values:
*EIAPSW: (1-255),(0-1),(“”),(0-4),(0-1),(0-1)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
1–255
Write packet switched bearer parameters of Internet Account with index as specified.
For range and more details on <index>, see command AT*EIAC
<pref_serv>
Description
0
Preferred service – Packet Switched only.
Means that an incoming call will be denied when
running PS connection(s), if there are not system
resources to serve both
1
Preferred service – Automatic.
Means that an incoming call will put GPRS or UMTS
packet switched connection(s) on hold if there are
not system resources to serve both. Default value
<apn>
Description
String type
APN
<traffic_class>
Description
0
Conversational. Gives best effort
<pref_serv>:
<apn>:
<traffic_class>:
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<traffic_class>
Description
1
Streaming.
For example, for Voice over IP and other QoS
(delay) critical applications
2
Interactive.
For example, for Video/Audio over IP and other
QoS (delay+data volume) critical applications
3
Background.
For example, for Chat and applications with some
time requirements and low – medium data volume
4
Subscribed value.
For non-time-critical applications. Default value
<header_compr>
Description
0
No. Default value
1
Yes.
RFC 1144 (Van Jacobson) or RFC 2507 depending
on UMTS or GSM network
<data_compr>
Description
0
No. Default value
1
Yes.
Using default V42 bis parameters for dictionary
size. Negotiates compression in both directions, Rx
and Tx
<header_compr>:
<data_compr>:
AT*EIAPSR
Internet account configuration, read PS bearer parameters
Description:
Reads the wanted Packet Switched (PS) parameters from one (or all)
primary PS bearer Internet account(s).
Execution
command:
AT*EIAPSR=[<index>]
Response:
List of Internet accounts with PS parameters:
*EIAPSR: <index>,<pref_serv>,<apn>,<traffic_class>,<header_compr>,
<data_compr>[:]
Test command:
AT*EIAPSR=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters.
Test command
response:
Range of parameter values:
*EIAPSR: (0-255)
Parameter:
<index>:
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<index>
Description
0
Read packet switched bearer parameters of all
existing PS bearer Internet Accounts.
If no PS bearer IA exists, only OK is submitted.
Default value
1–255
Read packet switched bearer parameters of Internet Account with Index as specified.
For range and more details on <index>, see command AT*EIAC
<pref_serv>
Description
0
Preferred service – Packet Switched only.
Means that an incoming call will be denied when
running PS connection(s), if there are not system
resources to serve both
1
Preferred service – Automatic.
Means that an incoming call will put GPRS or UMTS
packet switched connection(s) on hold if there are
not system resources to serve both. Default value
<apn>
Description
String type
APN
<traffic_class>
Description
0
Conversational. Gives best effort
1
Streaming.
For example, for Voice over IP and other QoS
(delay) critical applications
2
Interactive.
For example, for Video/Audio over IP and other
QoS (delay+data volume) critical applications
3
Background.
For example, for Chat and applications with some
time requirements and low – medium data volume
4
Subscribed value.
For non-time-critical applications. Default value
<header_compr>
Description
0
No. Default value
1
Yes.
RFC 1144 (Van Jacobson) or RFC 2507 depending
on UMTS or GSM network
<pref_serv>:
<apn>:
<traffic_class>:
<header_compr>:
<data_compr>:
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<data_compr>
Description
0
No. Default value
1
Yes.
Using default V42 bis parameters for dictionary
size. Negotiates compression in both directions, Rx
and Tx
AT*EIAPSSW
Internet account configuration, write secondary PDP context
parameters
Description:
Specifies secondary PDP context specific parameters of one (or all) secondary PS bearer Internet accounts.
If <index> in the command refers to a primary account, it will be converted
to a secondary one. Incidentally, this is the way to create a secondary
account when using EIA commands, otherwise AT+CGDSCONT need to
be used. The command does not create an account if it does not already
exist as a primary or secondary account.
This command is used to define the most relevant secondary PDP context
connection parameters.
Note: All secondary PS parameters of this command can also be configured using the normal (Ensemble 15) GPRS commands.
Note: For PS bearers, the <index> maps to the <cid> and <p-index> maps
to <p-cid> used in the GPRS commands.
Note: If the user does not specify an index, the command results in an
error.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*EIAPSSW=
<index>,<p-index>[,<traffic_class>][,[header_compr>][,[data_compr>]]]]]
AT*EIAPSSW=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
Range of Secondary PDP context parameters:
*EIAPSSW: (1-255),(1-255) (0-4),(0-1),(0-1)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
1–255
Index of the Secondary PDP context for which
Internet account parameters are written.
<index> is a local context identification parameter
<p-index>:
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<p-index>
Description
1–255
Index of the primary account that the secondary
account is attached to.
The primary account must exist, that is, it must
have been previously defined by, for example,
AT*EIAC. <p-index> can also be attached to
accounts defined with AT+CGDCONT, but then the
p-index is not immediately available, as the account
has been referenced by <cid>
<traffic_class>
Description
0
Conversational. Gives best effort
1
Streaming.
For example, for Voice over IP and other QoS
(delay) critical applications
2
Interactive.
For example, for Video/Audio over IP and other
QoS (delay+data volume) critical applications
3
Background.
For example, for Chat and applications with some
time requirements and low – medium data volume
4
Subscribed value.
For non-time-critical applications. Default value
<header_compr>
Description
0
No. Default value
1
Yes.
RFC 1144 (Van Jacobson) or RFC 2507 depending
on UMTS or GSM network
<data_compr>
Description
0
No. Default value
1
Yes.
Using default V42 bis parameters for dictionary
size. Negotiates compression in both directions, Rx
and Tx
<traffic_class>:
<header_compr>:
<data_compr>:
AT*EIAPSSR
Internet account configuration, read secondary PDP context
parameters
Description:
Reads the PDP context specific parameters of one (or all) secondary PS
bearer Internet accounts.
Execution
command:
AT*EIAPSSR=[<index>]
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Response:
List of Internet accounts with Secondary PDP context parameters:
*EIAPSSR:
<index>,<p_index>,<traffic_class>,<header_compr>,<data_compr>[:]
Test command:
AT*EIAPSSR=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters.
Test command
response:
Range of parameter values:
*EIAPSSR: (0-255)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
0
Read Secondary PDP context parameters of all
existing PS bearer Internet Accounts. If no PS
bearer IA exists, only OK is submitted.
Default value
1–255
Read Secondary PDP context parameters of the
Internet Account with index as specified
<traffic_class>
Description
0
Conversational. Gives best effort
1
Streaming.
For example, for Voice over IP and other QoS
(delay) critical applications
2
Interactive.
For example, for Video/Audio over IP and other
QoS (delay+data volume) critical applications
3
Background.
For example, for Chat and applications with some
time requirements and low – medium data volume
4
Subscribed value.
For non-time-critical applications. Default value
<header_compr>
Description
0
No. Default value
1
Yes.
RFC 1144 (Van Jacobson) or RFC 2507 depending
on UMTS or GSM network
<data_compr>
Description
0
No. Default value
<traffic_class>:
<header_compr>:
<data_compr>:
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<data_compr>
Description
1
Yes.
Using default V42 bis parameters for dictionary
size. Negotiates compression in both directions, Rx
and Tx
AT*EIACSW
Internet account configuration, write CSD bearer parameters
Description:
Defines the CS bearer parameters of one (or all) CS bearer Internet
Account(s).
Note: CS bearer Internet accounts can only be used for internal applications to dial out to an ISP providing IP network access, for example, for
WAP over CS. Normal CS “modem style” dial-up networking and plain CS
modem connections are done by TE issuing the “legacy” AT commands.
The parameters for such calls (RLP parameters, V42bis parameters,
HSCSD parameters, and so on) are only stored in volatile memory, if not
stored by using &W command.
Note: If the user does not specify the <index> parameter, the command
results in an error response.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*EIACSW=<index>[,[<dialout_nbr>][,[<dial_type>][,[<data_rate>][,
[<data_compr>]]]]]
AT*EIACSW=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters.
Range of CS parameters:
*EIACSW: (1-255),(“”),(0,1),(1-7),(0-1)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
1–255
CSD bearer parameters of the specified Internet
Account.
For range and more details on <index>, see
command AT*EIAC
<dialout_nbr>
Description
String type
ISP phone number for internal dial out application
to call
<dial_type>
Description
0
Analogue modem. Default value
1
ISDN modem
<dialout_nbr>:
<dial_type>:
<data_rate>
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<data_rate>
Description
1
9600 Kbps, GSM: 1 time slot * 9600
2
14400 Kbps, GSM: 1 time slot * 14400
3
19200 Kbps, GSM: 2 time slots * 9600
4
28800 Kbps, GSM: 2 time slots * 14400 (or 3 time
slots * 9600). Default value
5
38400 Kbps, GSM: 4 time slots * 9600
Not supported
6
43200 Kbps, GSM: 3 time slots * 14400
7
57600 Kbps, GSM: 4 time slots * 14400
<data_compr>
Description
0
V42bis data compression off
1
V42bis data compression on.
Using default V42 bis parameters for dictionary
size. Negotiates compression in both directions, Rx
and Tx. Default value
<data_compr>:
AT*EIACSR
Internet account configuration, read CSD bearer parameters
Description:
Reads the CS bearer parameters of one (or all) CS bearer Internet
account(s).
Read command:
AT*EIACSR=[<index>]
Response:
List of Internet accounts with CSD parameters:
*EIACSR:
<index>,<dialout_nbr>,<dial_type>,<data_rate>,<data_compr>[:]
Test command:
AT*EIACSR=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
Test command
response:
*EIACSR: (list of supported <index>s)
Parameter:
<index>:
Integer, 0, 1-255
<index>
Description
0
Read CSD bearer parameters of all CSD bearer
Internet Accounts.
If no CS bearer IAs exists, only OK is submitted.
Default value
1–255
Read CSD bearer parameters of the specified Internet Account.
For range and more details on <index>, see command AT*EIAC
<dialout_nbr>:
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<dialout_nbr>
Description
String type
ISP phone number for internal dial out application
to call
<dial_type>
Description
0
Analogue modem. Default value
1
ISDN modem
<dial_type>:
<data_rate>
1–7
<data_rate>
Description
1
9600 Kbps, GSM: 1 time slot * 9600
2
14400 Kbps, GSM: 1 time slot * 14400
3
19200 Kbps, GSM: 2 time slots * 9600
4
28800 Kbps, GSM: 2 time slots * 14400 (or 3 time
slots * 9600). Default value
5
38400 Kbps, GSM: 4 time slots * 9600
Not supported
6
43200 Kbps, GSM: 3 time slots * 14400
7
57600 Kbps, GSM: 4 time slots * 14400
<data_compr>
Description
0
No. Default value
1
Yes.
Using default V42 bis parameters for dictionary
size. Negotiates compression in both directions, Rx
and Tx
<data_compr>:
AT*EIABTW
Internet account configuration, write Bluetooth bearer
parameters
Description:
Defines the Bluetooth bearer parameters of one (or all) existing Bluetooth
bearer Internet accounts.
Note: Bluetooth bearer Internet accounts can only be used for internal
applications, to connect to a Bluetooth LAN access device. The PPP
negotiations will bring up an IP connection for the internal applications to
use.
Note: If <index> is not specified, the command results in an error
response.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*EIABTW=<index>[,[<bt_addr>],[<service>]]]
AT*EIABTW=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters.
*EIABTW: (list of supported <index>s),(“”),(list of supported <service>s)
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Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
1–255
Write CSD bearer parameters of the specified Internet Account. For range and more details on
<index>, see command AT*EIAC
<bt_addr>
Description
Hex string
Bluetooth device address, range: 48 bits.
<bt_addr> is represented as 12 hexadecimal characters, for example, “0x000000AABBCC”.
Any number will have the MSB -> LSB (from left to
right)
<service>
Description
0
LAN Access profile. Default value
1
PAN profile: role PANU (PAN User)
2
PAN profile: role NAP (Network Access Point)
3
PAN profile: role GN (Group ad hoc Network)
<bt_addr>:
<service>
AT*EIABTR
Internet account configuration, read Bluetooth bearer
parameters
Description:
Reads the Bluetooth bearer parameters of one (or all) Bluetooth bearer
Internet accounts.
Execution
command:
AT*EIABTR=[<index>]
Response:
List of Internet accounts with Bluetooth parameters:
*EIABTR: <index>,<bt_addr>, <service>[:]
Test command:
AT*EIABTR=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters.
Test command
response:
Range of parameters:
*EIABTR: (0-255)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
0
Read Bluetooth bearer parameters of all existing
Bluetooth bearer Internet Accounts. If no Bluetooth
bearer IAs exists, only OK is submitted.
Default value
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<index>
Description
1–255
Read Bluetooth bearer parameters of Internet
Account with Index as specified
For range and more details on <index>, see command AT*EIAC
<bt_addr>
Description
Hex string
Bluetooth device address, range: 48 bits.
<bt_addr> is represented as 12 hexadecimal characters, for example, “0x000000AABBCC”.
Any number will have the MSB -> LSB (from left to
right)
<service>
Description
0
LAN Access profile. Default value
1
PAN profile: role PANU (PAN User).
2
PAN profile: role NAP (Network Access Point)
3
PAN profile: role GN (Group ad hoc Network)
<bt_addr>:
<service>
AT*EIAAUW
Internet account configuration, write authentication parameters
Description:
Specifies the authentication parameters of one (or all) existing Internet
account(s).
Authentication parameters are used under any PPP negotiation as well as
under PS network connection establishment (context activation).
Note: If the user does not specify both parameters <Index> and
<bearer_type>, the command results in an error response.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*EIAAUW=<index>,<bearer_type>[,[<userid>][,[<password>][,[<auth_pr
ot>][,[<ask4pwd>]]]]]
AT*EIAAUW=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
*EIAAUW: (list of supported <index>s),(list of supported
<bearer_type>s),(“”),(“”),(list of supported <auth_prot>s),(list of supported
<ask4pwd>s)
Parameter:
<index>:
1-255.
Write of <bearer_type> Internet Account with index as specified.
For range and more details on <index>, see under command AT*EIAC
<bearer_type>
<bearer_type>
Description
1
PS bearer, that is, PS connection over UMTS/GPRS
network
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<bearer_type>
Description
2
CS bearer, NTCSD connection over UMTS/GSM
network
3
Bluetooth bearer, to connect with remote Bluetooth
LAN device
4
External interface, test value, for dial-in use
<userid>
Description
String type
User Identification for access to the IP network.
Max 50 8-bit characters
<password>
Description
String type
Password for access to the IP network. Max 50
bytes, the actual number is dependent upon the
character format chosen with +CSCS command
<userid>:
<password>:
<auth_prot>
The authentication method is organised as 5-bit-long field in which each
bit indicates a specific authentication method. The bitmask set represents
the Authentication methods supported by the Internet Account in question
(<index>, <bearer>). Default value = 00111.
As an example, 00111, that is, bit2, bit1 and bit0 are set to 1, indicating
support for CHAP, PAP and None.
None means that it does not matter what authentication method is supported by the peer.
The value 0 (all bits set to 0) is not allowed. At least one bit has to be set to
1.
Note: Leading zeroes do not need to be stated. For example, 111 is the
same as 00111.
<auth_prot>
Description
bit0
None
bit1
PAP
bit2
CHAP
bit3
MS-CHAP
bit4
MS-CHAPv2
<ask4pwd>
Description
0
No. Default value
1
Yes.
Triggers MMI application to ask user for password
and user ID, instead of using the (eventually) stored
user ID and password
<ask4pwd>:
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AT*EIAAUR
Internet account configuration, read authentication parameters
Description:
Reads the authentication parameters of one (or all) existing Internet
account(s).
Note: When <bearer_type>=0 it is necessary that <index>=0 and vice
versa.
Execution
command:
AT*EIAAUR=[<index>,<bearer_type>]
Response:
List of existing IA(s) authentication parameters:
*EIAAUR:
<index>,<bearer_type>,<userid>,<password>,<auth_prot>,<ask4pwd>[:]
Test command:
AT*EIAAUR=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters.
Test command
response:
*EIAAUR: (list of supported <index>s),(list of supported <bearer_type>s)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
0
Read Authentication parameters of all existing
Internet Accounts. Default value
1–255
Write parameters of <bearer_type> Internet
Account with index as specified. For range and
more details on <index>, see under command
AT*EIAC
<bearer_type>
Description
0
All bearers. Default value
1–4
Specific bearer. For more information on bearer
types see <bearer_type> parameter definitions
under command AT*EIAC
<userid>
Description
String type
User Identification for access to the IP network.
Max 50 8-bit characters
<password>
Description
String type
Password for access to the IP network. Max 50
bytes, the actual number depends on the character
format chosen with AT+CSCS command
<bearer_type>:
<userid>:
<password>:
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<auth_prot>
The authentication method is organised as 5 bit long field in which each bit
indicates a specific authentication method. The bitmask set, represents
the Authentication methods supported by the Internet Account in question
(<index>, <bearer>). Default value = 00111.
As an example, 00111, that is, bit2, bit1 and bit0 are set to 1, indicating
support for CHAP, PAP and None.
Note: None means that it does not matter what authentication method is
supported by the peer.
<auth_prot>
Description
bit0
None
bit1
PAP
bit2
CHAP
bit3
MS-CHAP
bit4
MS-CHAPv2
<ask4pwd>
Description
0
No. Default value
1
Yes.
Triggers MMI application to ask user for password
and user ID, instead of using the (eventually) stored
user ID and password
<ask4pwd>:
AT*EIALCPW
Internet account configuration, write PPP parameters – LCP
Description:
Defines the PPP LCP parameters of an Internet account.
This command cannot be used to create an Internet account.
Note: If the user does not specify both parameters <index> and
<bearer_type>, the command results in an error response.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*EIALCPW=<index>,<bearer_type>[,[<accm>][,[<mru>][,[<pfc>][,[<acfc
>][,[<keep_alive>][,[<allowed_ncp>]]]]]]]
AT*EIALCPW=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters.
Range of LCP parameters:
*EIALCPW: (1-255),(1-4),(0-ffffffff),(0-1500),(0-16),(0-16),(0-1),(0-3)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
1–255
Write LCP parameters of <bearer_type> Internet
Account with index as specified.
For range and more details on <index>, see command AT*EIAC
<bearer_type>:
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<bearer_type>
Description
1
PS bearer – PS connection over UMTS/GPRS
network
2
CS bearer – NTCSD connection over UMTS/GSM
network
3
Bluetooth bearer – connection with remote
Bluetooth LAN device
4
External Interface – Test value, for dial-in use
<accm>
Description
0–FFFFFFFF
Asynchronous Control Character Map value, as a
hexadecimal value. Default value = 0
<mru>
Description
1–1500
Max Receive Unit.
The value specified is the recommended, but any
MRU between this specified value and 1500 will be
accepted.
Default value = 1500
<pfc>
Description
0
00
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might not
be suggested.
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might not
be accepted
1
01
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might be
suggested.
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might not
be accepted
2
10
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might not
be suggested.
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might be
accepted
3
11
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might be
suggested.
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might be
accepted. Default value
<accm>:
<mru>:
<pfc>:
<acfc>:
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<acfc>
Description
0
00
Address Control Field Compression negotiation
might not be suggested.
Address Control Field Compression negotiation
might not be accepted
1
01
Address Control Field Compression negotiation
might be suggested.
Address Control Compression negotiation might
not be accepted
2
10
Address Control Field Compression negotiation
might not be suggested.
Address Control Field Compression negotiation
might be accepted
3
11
Address Control Field Compression negotiation
might be suggested.
Address Control Field Compression negotiation
might be accepted.
Default value
<keep_alive>
Description
0
LCP keepalive messages should not be sent.
Default value
1
LCP keepalive messages should be sent
<allowed_ncp>
Description
0
Not supported
1
01
Network Control Protocol IPCP allowed.
Default value
2
10
Network Control Protocol IPv6CP allowed
3
11
Both network control protocols allowed
<keep_alive>:
<allowed_ncp>:
AT*EIALCPR
Internet account configuration, read PPP parameters – LCP
Description:
Reads the PPP LCP parameters of one (or all) Internet account(s).
Note: When <index>=0 it is necessary that <bearer_type>=0 and vice
versa.
Execution
command:
AT*EIALCPR=[<index>,<bearer_type>]
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Response:
List of Internet accounts with their LCP parameters:
*EIALCPR: <index>,<bearer_type>,<accm>,<mru>,<pfc>,<acfc>,
<keep_alive>,<allowed_ncp>[:]
Test command:
AT*EIALCPR=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
Test command
response:
Range of LCP parameters:
*EIALCPR: (0-255),(0-4)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
0
Read LCP parameters of all <bearer_type> Internet
Accounts. Default value
1–255
Read LCP parameters of <bearer_type> Internet
Account with index as specified.
For range and more details on <index>, see command AT*EIAC
<bearer_type>
Description
0
All bearers. Used together with Index=0, reading all
Internet Accounts of all bearer types
1–4
Specific bearer. For more information on bearer
types see <bearer_type> parameter definitions
under command AT*EIAC
<accm>
Description
0–FFFFFFFF
Asynchronous Control Character Map value, as a
hexadecimal value. Default value: 0
<mru>
Description
1–1500
Max Receive Unit. Default: 1500
The specified value is the recommended, but any
MRU between this value and 1500 will be accepted
<pfc>
Description
0
00
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might not
be suggested.
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might not
be accepted
<bearer_type>:
<accm>:
<mru>:
<pfc>:
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<pfc>
Description
1
01
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might be
suggested.
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might not
be accepted
2
10
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might not
be suggested.
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might be
accepted
3
11
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might be
suggested.
Protocol Field Compression negotiation might be
accepted.
Default value
<acfc>
Description
0
00
Address Control Field Compression negotiation
might not be suggested.
Address Control Field Compression negotiation
might not be accepted
1
01
Address Control Field Compression negotiation
might be suggested.
Address Control Compression negotiation might
not be accepted
2
10
Address Control Field Compression negotiation
might not be suggested.
Address Control Field Compression negotiation
might be accepted
3
11
Address Control Field Compression negotiation
might be suggested.
Address Control Field Compression negotiation
might be accepted.
Default value
<keep_alive>
Description
0
LCP keepalive messages should not be sent.
Default value
1
LCP keepalive messages should be sent
<acfc>:
<keep_alive>:
<allowed_ncp>:
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<allowed_ncp>
Description
0
Not supported
1
01
Network Control Protocol IPCP allowed.
Default value
2
10
Network Control Protocol IPv6CP allowed
3
11
Both network control protocols allowed
AT*EIAIPCPW
Internet account configuration, write PPP parameters – IPCP
Description:
Specifies the PPP IPCP parameters of one (or all) Internet accounts.
The command is used to specify the IP addresses to be used, both under
PPP negotiations as well as under PS network connection establishment
(context activation). If “0” values are given, necessary parameters are
requested to be generated dynamically by the network to be attached to. If
specific values are set, static IP addresses are to be requested.
Note: Values stored here are not the ones used when doing PS dial-up
connection from external application (TE), since TE in this case has its own
IP addresses to negotiate with the network (what TE sends is forwarded by
the ME PPP proxy to network).
Note: If the user does not specify both parameters <index> and
<bearer_type>, the command results in an error response.
Note: PPP parameters are relevant for all bearer types, but mostly for
internal calls.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*EIAIPCPW=<index>,<bearer_type>[,[<
ip_addr>][,[<prim_dns_addr>][,[<sec_dns_addr>][,[<header_compr>]]]]]
AT*EIAIPCPW=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
Range of PPP IPCP parameters:
*EIAIPCPW: (1-255)(1-4),(““),(““),(““),(0-1)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
1–255
Write IPCP parameters of <bearer_type> Internet
Account with index as specified.
For range and more details on <index>, see command AT*EIAC
<bearer_type>
Description
1
PS bearer, that is, PS connection over UMTS/GPRS
network
<bearer_type>:
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<bearer_type>
Description
2
CS bearer, NTCSD connection over UMTS/GSM
network
3
Bluetooth bearer, to connect with remote Bluetooth
LAN device
4
External interface, test value, for dial-in use
<ip_addr>
Description
String of format
“a.b.c.d”
IPv4 host address.
ME's own IP address. Default set to 0.0.0.0, which
means request for dynamic IP address to be
allocated by network upon connection
<prim_dns_addr>
Description
String of format
“a.b.c.d”
IPv4 primary DNS server address.
Default set to 0.0.0.0, which means request for
dynamic IP address to be allocated by network
upon connection
<sec_dns_addr>
Description
String of format
“a.b.c.d”
IPv4 secondary DNS server address.
Default set to 0.0.0.0, which means request for
dynamic IP address to be allocated by network
upon connection
<header_compr>
Description
0
Header compression off. Default value
1
Header compression on
<ip_addr>:
<prim_dns_addr>:
<sec_dns_addr>:
<header_compr>:
AT*EIAIPCPR
Internet account configuration, read PPP parameters – IPCP
Description:
Reads the PPP IPCP parameters of one (or all) Internet account(s).
Note: When <index>=0 it is necessary that <bearer_type>=0 and vice
versa.
Execution
command:
AT*EIAIPCPR=[<index>,<bearer_type>]
Response:
List of Internet accounts with PPP IPCP parameters:
*EIAIPCPR: <index>,<bearer_type>,<ip_addr>,<prim_DNS_addr>,
<sec_dns_addr>,<header_compr>[:]
Test command:
AT*EIAIPCPR=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
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Test command
response:
Range of parameters:
*EIAIPCPR: (0-255),(0-4)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
0
Read IPCP parameters of all <bearer_type> Internet
Accounts. Default value
1–255
Read IPCP parameters of <bearer_type> Internet
Account with index as specified.
For range and more details on <index>, see command AT*EIAC
<bearer_type>
Description
0
All bearers. Used together with Index=0, reading all
Internet Accounts of all bearer types. Default value
1–4
Specific bearer. For more information on bearer
types see <bearer_type> parameter definitions
under command AT*EIAC
<ip_addr>
Description
String of format
“a.b.c.d”
IPv4 host address.
IP address of the ME. Default set to 0.0.0.0, which
means request for dynamic IP address to be
allocated by network upon connection
<prim_dns_addr>
Description
String of format
“a.b.c.d”
IPv4 primary DNS server address.
Default set to 0.0.0.0, which means request for
dynamic IP address to be allocated by network
upon connection
<sec_dns_addr>
Description
String of format
“a.b.c.d”
IPv4 secondary DNS server address.
Default set to 0.0.0.0, which means request for
dynamic IP address to be allocated by network
upon connection
<header_compr>
Description
0
Header compression off. Default value
1
Header compression on
<bearer_type>:
<ip_addr>:
<prim_dns_addr>:
<sec_dns_addr>:
<header_compr>:
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AT*EIADNSV6W Internet account configuration, write DNS parameters – IPv6CP
Description:
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
Specifies the DNS IPv6CP parameters of one (or all) Internet accounts.
The command is used to specify the IP addresses to be used, both under
PPP negotiations as well as under PS network connection establishment
(context activation). If “0” values are given, necessary parameters are
requested to be generated dynamically by the network to be attached to. If
specific values are set, requests for static IP addresses is to be used.
Note: Values stored here are not the ones used when doing PS dial-up
connection from external application (TE), since TE in this case has its own
IP addresses to negotiate with the network (what TE sends is forwarded by
the ME PPP proxy to network).
Note: If the user does not specify both parameters <index> and
<bearer_type>, the command results in an error response.
Note: PPP parameters are relevant for all bearer types, but mostly for
internal calls.
Note: For IPv6 addresses the notation :: can be used, but only once, for
example, destination address FFFF:FFFF:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1 can be
written like FFFF:FFFF::1
AT*EIADNSV6W=<index>,<bearer_type>[,<DNS_addr>]
AT*EIADNSV6W=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
Range of PPP IPv6CP parameters:
*EIADNSV6W: (1-255),(1-4),(““)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
1–255
Write parameters of <bearer_type> Internet
Account with index as specified.
For range and more details on <index>, see command AT*EIAC
<bearer_type>
Description
1–4
Specific bearer. For more information on bearer
types see <bearer_type> parameter definitions
under command AT*EIAC
<DNS_addr>
Description
String of format
“x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x”
IPv6 primary DNS server address.
Each “x” is the hexadecimal value for one of the
eight 16bit pieces of the address.
Default set to ::, which means request for dynamic
IP address to be allocated by network upon
connection
<bearer_type>:
<DNS_addr>:
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AT*EIADNSV6R Internet account configuration, read DNS parameters – IPv6CP
Description:
Execution
command:
Reads the IPv6CP parameters of one (or all) Internet account(s).
Note: For IPv6 addresses the notation :: can be used, but only once, for
example, destination address FFFF:FFFF:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1 can be
written like FFFF:FFFF::1
AT*EIADNSV6R=[<index>,<bearer_type>]
Response:
List of Internet accounts with PPP IPv6CP parameters:
*EIADNSV6R:<index>,<bearer_type>,<DNS_addr>[:]
Test command:
AT*EIADNSV6R=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
Test command
response:
Range of parameters:
*EIADNSV6R: (0-255),(0-4)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
0
Read IPv6CP parameters of all <bearer_type> Internet Accounts. Default value
1–255
Read IPv6CP parameters of <bearer_type> Internet
Account with index as specified.
For range and more details on <index>, see command AT*EIAC
<bearer_type>
Description
0
All bearers. Used together with Index=0, reading all
Internet Accounts of all bearer types
1–4
Specific bearer. For more information on bearer
types see <bearer_type> parameter definitions
under command AT*EIAC
<DNS_addr>
Description
String of format
“x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x”
IPv6 primary DNS server address.
Each “x” is the hexadecimal value for one of the
eight 16bit pieces of the address.
Default set to ::, which means request for dynamic
IP address to be allocated by network upon
connection
<bearer_type>:
<DNS_addr>:
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AT*EIARUTW
Internet account configuration, write routing table parameters
Description:
Specifies routing table parameters of one (or all) Internet accounts. All
parameters, <IP-version>, <prefix>, <destination_address> and
<nexthop_address>, must be given regardless if only one parameter is to
be set.
Note: If the user does not specify any Index and bearer type, the command results in an error response.
Note: For IPv6 addresses the notation :: can be used, but only once, for
example, destination address FFFF:FFFF:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1 can be
written like FFFF:FFFF::1
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*EIARUTW=<index>,<bearer_type>,<IP-version>,<prefix>,
<destination_address>,<nexthop_address>
AT*EIARUTW=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
Range of Routing table parameters:
*EIARUTW: (1-255),(1-4),(““),(0-1),(0-32 / 0-128),(““),(““)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
1–255
Write Routing table parameters of <bearer_type>
Internet Account with index as specified
<bearer_type>
Description
1–4
Specific bearer. For more information on bearer
types see <bearer_type> parameter definitions
under command AT*EIAC
<IP-version>
Description
“IP”
Internet Protocol (IETF STD 5)
“IPV6”
Internet Protocol, version 6 (IETF RFC 2460)
<prefix>
Description
0–32
IPv4:
Value used to create a IPv4 subnet mask. Indicates
how many bits should be set to 1 in the mask.
0 indicates default route. A value of 24 will result in
the following subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
0–128
IPv6:
Value used to create a IPv6 subnet mask. Indicates
how many bits should be set to 1 in the mask.
0 indicates default route. A value of 24 will result in
the following subnet mask: FFFF:FF00::0
<bearer_type>:
<IP-version>:
<prefix>:
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<destination_address>:
<destination_
address>
Description
String of format
“a.b.c.d”
IPv4 address of the destination host.
An entry with a value of 0.0.0.0 is considered as the
default route
“x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x”
IPv6 address of the destination host.
Each “x” is the hexadecimal value for one of the
eight 16bit pieces of the address. An entry with a
value of :: is considered as the default route
<nexthop_address>:
<nexthop_address> Description
String of format
“a1.a2.a3.a4”
IPv4 address of the adjacent host or router to which
the packet should be sent next.
Not utilised for point-to-point connections
String of format
“x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x”
IPv6 address of the adjacent host or router to which
the packet should be sent next.
Each “x” is the hexadecimal value for one of the
eight 16bit pieces of the address.
Not utilised for point-to-point connections
AT*EIARUTD
Internet account configuration, delete routing table parameters
Description:
Deletes the routing table parameters of one Internet Account. All parameters, <IP-version>, <prefix>, <destination_address> and
<nexthop_address>, must be given to delete one row in the specified routing table.
Note: For IPv6 addresses, the notation :: can be used, but only once. For
example, destination address FFFF:FFFF:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1 can be
written like FFFF:FFFF::1
Note: If the user specify <index> and <bearer_type> parameters only, all
defined IPv4 and IPv6 routes are removed.
Note: If the user does not specify both parameters <index> and
<bearer_type>, the command results in an error response.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*EIARUTD=<index>,<bearer_type>[,<IP-version>,<prefix>,
<destination_address>,<nexthop_address>]
AT*EIARUTD=? Show if the command is supported.
Range of Routing table parameters:
*EIARUTD: (1-255),(1-4),(““),(0-1),(0-32 / 0-128),(““),(““)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
1–255
Delete parameters of <bearer_type> Internet
Account with index as specified
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<bearer_type>:
<bearer_type>
Description
1–4
Specific bearer. For more information on bearer
types see <bearer_type> parameter definitions
under command AT*EIAC
<prefix>
Description
0–32
IPv4:
Value used to create a IPv4 subnet mask. Indicates
how many bits should be set to 1 in the mask.
0 indicates default route. A value of 24 will result in
the following subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
0–128
IPv6:
Value used to create a IPv6 subnet mask. Indicates
how many bits should be set to 1 in the mask.
0 indicates default route. A value of 24 will result in
the following subnet mask: FFFF:FF00::0
<ip_version>
Description
String format “IP”
Internet Protocol (IETF STD 5)
<prefix>:
<ip_version>:
String format “IPV6” Internet Protocol, version 6 (IETF RFC 2460)
<destination_address>:
<destination_
address>
Description
String of format
“a.b.c.d”
IPv4 address of the destination host.
An entry with a value of 0.0.0.0 is considered as the
default route
“x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x”
IPv6 address of the destination host.
Each “x” is the hexadecimal values for one of the
eight 16bit pieces of the address. An entry with a
value of :: is considered as the default route
<nexthop_address>:
<nexthop_address> Description
String of format
“a1.a2.a3.a4”
IPv4 address of the adjacent host or router to which
the packet should be sent next.
Not utilised for point-to-point connections
String of format
“x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x”
IPv6 address of the adjacent host or router to which
the packet should be sent next.
Each “x” is the hexadecimal values for one of the
eight 16bit pieces of the address.
Not utilised for point-to-point connections
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AT*EIARUTR
Internet account configuration, read routing table parameters
Description:
Reads the routing table parameters of one Internet account.
Execution
command:
AT*EIARUTR=[<index>,<bearer_type>]
Response:
List of IAs with their Routing table parameters:
*EIARUTR: <index>,<bearer_type>,<IP-version>,<prefix>,
<destination_address>,<nexthop_address>[:]
Test command:
AT*EIARUTR=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
Test command
response:
Range of Routing table parameters:
*EIARUTR:(1-255),(0-4),(““),(0-32/0-128),(““),(““)
Parameter:
<index>:
<index>
Description
0
Read Routing table parameters of all <bearer_type>
Internet accounts.
Default value
1–255
Read Routing table parameters of <bearer_type>
Internet account with index as specified
<bearer_type>
Description
0
All bearers. Used together with Index=0, reading all
Internet Accounts of all bearer types
1–4
Specific bearer. For more information on bearer
types see <bearer_type> parameter definitions
under command AT*EIAC
<IP-version>
Description
“IP”
Internet Protocol (IETF STD 5)
“IPV6”
Internet Protocol, version 6 (IETF RFC 2460)
<prefix>
Description
0–32
IPv4:
Value used to create a IPv4 subnet mask. Indicates
how many bits should be set to 1 in the mask.
0 indicates default route. A value of 24 will result in
the following subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
0–128
IPv6:
Value used to create a IPv6 subnet mask. Indicates
how many bits should be set to 1 in the mask.
0 indicates default route. A value of 24 will result in
the following subnet mask: FFFF:FF00::0
<bearer_type>:
<IP-version>:
<prefix>:
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<destination_address>:
<destination_
address>
Description
String of format
“a.b.c.d”
IPv4 address of the destination host.
An entry with a value of 0.0.0.0 is considered as the
default route
“x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x”
IPv6 address of the destination host.
Each “x” is the hexadecimal values for one of the
eight 16bit pieces of the address. An entry with a
value of :: is considered as the default route
<nexthop_address>:
<nexthop_address> Description
String of format
“a1.a2.a3.a4”
IPv4 address of the adjacent host or router to which
the packet should be sent next.
Not utilised for point-to-point connections
String of format
“x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x”
IPv6 address of the adjacent host or router to which
the packet should be sent next.
Each “x” is the hexadecimal values for one of the
eight 16bit pieces of the address.
Not utilised for point-to-point connections
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commands
Commands
AT*SEACC
Accessory class report
Description:
Informs the MS about the attachment of an accessory at its downstream
port. The command reports the measured value according to the resistive
identification mechanism. The value is the 8 bit number produced by the
A/D converter. It is the responsibility of the MS to interpret this value as an
accessory category.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*SEACC=<rid_value>
Report resistive ID value.
AT*SEACC=?
Test if command is supported and show supported parameters.
*SEACC:(range of supported <rid_value>s)
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Parameter:
<rid_value>:
<rid_value>
Description
0–255
The resistive ID value measured by the A/D
converter in the accessory
AT*SEACID
Accessory identification
Description:
Replaces the AT*EACS command and is used by an accessory to inform
the phone about its exact identity. This ID is to be used by the phone to
activate specific functionality that is required by the accessory.
Note: The audio settings in the phone are made according to the audio
identity transmitted from the accessory with AT*SEAUDIO
Note: This command may not be used by Bluetooth accessories. The
<acc_id> list contain bluetooth accessories only because AT*SEACID2 is
using the same list.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*SEACID=<acc_id>
AT*SEACID=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
*SEACID: (Range of accessory ID)
Parameter:
<acc_id>:
<acc_id>
Description
0–2^32
The unique identity of the accessory
1000–1999
Camera flashes
2000–2999
Input device
3000–3999
Gaming accessories
4000–4999
Imaging
5000–5999
VHF – Vehicle Handsfree
6000–6999
PHF – Portable Handsfree
7000–7999
Gadget
8000–8999
BVHF
9000–9999
BVHF – Budget Vehicle Handsfree (without
accessory mic)
10000–10999
BT – Bluetooth Headset or Handsfree
11000–11999
BTC – Bluetooth Handsfree for installation in car
12000–12999
BTL – Bluetooth Leisure (BT headset supporting the
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
13000–13999
BTBTL – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile
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<acc_id>
Description
14000–14999
BTBTLC – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile for installation in car
15000–15999
DSS – Desk Speaker Stand
16000–16999
BDSS – Budget Desk Speaker Stand
17000–17999
LO – Line out accessory
18000–18999
LI – Line in accessory
AT*SEACID2
Accessory identification (Bluetooth)
Description:
Replaces the AT*EACS command and is used by an accessory to inform
the phone about its exact identity. This ID is to be used by the phone to
activate specific functionality that is required by the accessory.
Note: The audio settings in the phone are made according to the audio
identity transmitted from the accessory with AT*SEAUDIO.
Note: This command has to be used by Bluetooth accessories, using
SEACID would lead to the accessory identifying itself twice
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*SEACID2=<acc_id>
AT*SEACID2=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
*SEACID2: (Range of accessory ID)
Parameter:
<acc_id>:
<acc_id>
Description
0–2^32
The unique identity of the accessory
1000–1999
Camera flashes
2000–2999
Input device
3000–3999
Gaming accessories
4000–4999
Imaging
5000–5999
VHF – Vehicle Handsfree
6000–6999
PHF – Portable Handsfree
7000–7999
Gadget
8000–8999
BVHF
9000–9999
BVHF – Budget Vehicle Hands Free (without
accessory mic)
10000–10999
BT – Bluetooth headset or handsfree
11000–11999
BTC – Bluetooth handsfree for installation in Car
12000–12999
BTL – Bluetooth Leisure (BT headset supporting the
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
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<acc_id>
Description
13000–13999
BTBTL – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile
14000–14999
BTBTLC – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile for installation in Car
15000–15999
DSS – Desk Speaker Stand
16000–16999
BDSS – Budget Desk Speaker Stand
17000–17999
LO – Line out accessory
18000–18999
LI – Line in accessory
AT*SEAUDIO
Accessory class report
Description:
Informs the phone about the general audio class and the unique audio ID
of an accessory. If there is a specific audio settings container available for
the unique id, the phone will use that configuration. If not, the configuration
for the general audio class will be used.
When the accessory identifies itself acoustically with AT*SEAUDIO the
phone will respond with a result code indicating what audio class and what
unique audio ID have been used when configuring audio. If no specific
audio configuration was available for the unique audio ID used by the
accessory this will be indicated by setting <unique_audio_id>=0 in the
result code. If the accessory for some reason does not have audio capabilities it will send AT*SEAUDIO=0,0.
Execution
command:
AT*SEAUDIO=<audio_class>,<unique_audio_id>
Execution command
response
*SEAUDIO:<audio_class>,<unique_audio_id>
Read command:
AT*SEAUDIO? Read current setting
Test command:
AT*SEAUDIO=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters.
Test command
response:
*SEAUDIO:(range of supported <audio_class>s),(range of supported
<unique_audio_id>s)
Parameters:
<audio_class>:
<audio_class>
Description
0–255
The default audio class of the accessory
0
The accessory has no audio capabilities
1
PHF – Portable Handsfree
2
VHF – Vehicle Handsfree
3
BVHF – Budget Vehicle Handsfree (without
accessory mic)
4
BT – Bluetooth headset or handsfree
5
BTC – Bluetooth handsfree for installation in Car
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<audio_class>
Description
6
BTL – Bluetooth Leisure (BT headset supporting the
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
7
BTBTL – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile
8
BTBTLC – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile for installation in Car
9
DSS – Desk Speaker Stand
10
BDSS – Budget Desk Speaker Stand
11
LO – Line out accessory
12
LI – Line inaccessory
<audio_id>
Description
0–2^32
The unique audio identity of the accessory
0
Used in response codes to indicate that the
terminal has not applied a specific audio
configuration for the unique audio ID of the
accessory
1–999
Note: Reserved for internal use in the telephone
1
PHF1 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
2
PHF2 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
3
PHF3 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
4
PHF4 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
5
Line in (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
6
Line out (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
7
BT Headset (Note: Not to be used by any
accessory!)
8
BT Handsfree (Note: Not to be used by any
accessory!)
1000–1999
PHF – Portable handsfrees
2000–2999
VHF – Vehicle handsfrees
3000–3999
BVHF – Budget Vehicle Handsfree (without
accessory mic)
4000–4999
BT – Bluetooth headset or handsfree
5000–5999
BTC – Bluetooth handsfree for installation in car
6000–6999
BTL – Bluetooth Leisure (BT headset supporting the
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
7000–7999
BTBTL – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
Headset or the Handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile
<audio_id>:
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<audio_id>
Description
8000–8999
BTBTLC – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
Headset or the Handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile for installation in car
9000–9999
DSS – Desk Speaker Stand
10000–10999
BDSS – Budget Desk Speaker Stand
11000–11999
LO – Line out accessory
12000–12999
LI – Line in accessory
AT*SECHA
Charging control
Description:
This command is used by the accessory to tell the phone to pause the
charging of the battery. During the pause the accessory will perform the
measurement according to the AID mechanism to identify the new accessory attached.
If charging is not switched on again the charging pause will end and the
charging resume anyway.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*SECHA=<time>
AT*SECHA=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
*SECHA: (range of supported <time>s)
Parameter:
<time>:
<time>
Charging mode
0
Charging resumed. Default value
1–5000
Charging will be paused for the number of
miliseconds stated in this parameter
AT*SELOG
SE read log
Description:
Reads the customisation log file placed in tpa/preset/log.txt
The result is encoded into a hexadecimal representation.
Execution
command:
Command
responses:
Test command:
AT*SELOG
*SELOG:[<data>]
SELOG:<ecode>,<nr_of_bytes>
AT*SELOG=? Shows if the command is supported
Parameters:
<data>:
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<data>
Description
Character string
Each byte of data is encoded into a hexadecimal
number represented by two characters
<ecode>
Description
0–63
Valid values
0
No error
1
Operation not permitted
2
No such file or directory
20
Not a directory
28
Not enough space
<nr_of_bytes>
Description
Integer number
The number of bytes that was read, that is, the size
of the file
<ecode>:
<nr_of_bytes>:
AT*SEPING
SE ping command
Description:
Informs accessories if the AT command server in the “application” part of
the phone is up and running.
Note: There are two AT command servers in the phone: one in the platform and one in the application part of the phone, this command regards
the AT command server in the application part)
Note: OK response does not necessarily mean that all AT commands are
supported. For instance, if the phone is in charging only mode or waiting
for PIN verification, only a limited set of AT commands are accepted.
Execution
command:
AT*SEPING
Test command:
AT*SEPING=? Test if command is supported.
AT*SEAULS
SE audio line status
Description:
Provides information about the audio line status and audio type. With the
set command, it is possible to enable the unsolicted *SEAULSI.
*SEAULSI is sent each time either the audio channel switches accessories
or when some audio starts or stops playing. Audio line status = 1 is sent to
the accessory that has the audio authority and 0 to the rest. The audio type
value is sent to all accessories that subscribes on *SEAULSI.
Set command:
AT*SEAULS = <activation>
Set command
response:
*SEAULS:<activation>,<audio_line>,<audio_type>
Read command:
AT*SEAULS?
Read command
response:
*SEAULS:<activation>,<audio_line>,<audio_type>
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Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*SEAULS=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
*SEAULS: (list of supported <activation>s)
Parameter:
<activation>:
<activation>
Description
0
Disable audio status indication (*SEAULSI)
1
Enable audio status indication (*SEAULSI)
<audio_line>
Description
0
Audio line inactive
1
Audio line active
<audio_type>
Description
0
No audio
1
Speech
2
Media
<audio_line>:
<audio_type>:
AT*SEFUNC
SE functionality status (ver. 2)
Description:
Gets the <mode> and different states of the ME. Only one <mode> may be
active, but <states> are bit flags, so combinations of them are possible.
The unsolicited *SEFUNCI is triggered when a <mode> is changed or
when a <states> value is changed and will be sent to subscribing accessories.
The bits in <states> represents activation status, not if the functionality is
available in phone or not.
Set command:
AT*SEFUNC = <activation>
Set command
response:
*SEFUNC: <activation>, <mode>, <states>
Read command:
AT*SEFUNC?
Read command
response:
*SEFUNC: <activation>, <mode>, <states>
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*SEFUNC=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
*SEFUNC: (list of supported <activation>), (list of supported <mode>),(list
of supported <states>)
Parameter:
<activation>:
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<activation>
Description
0
Disable functional status indication (*SEFUNCI)
1
Enable functional status indication (*SEFUNCI)
<mode>
Description
0
Shutdown mode
1
Charging only mode
2
Normal mode
<states>
Description
Comments
1
Waiting for PIN
Phone is waiting for pin1
confirmation. Note: If pin1 is
disabled this flag will never be
set
2
Waiting for phone Phone is waiting for phone lock
lock
confirmation. Note: If phone
lock is disabled this flag will
never be set
4
Bluetooth
Bluetooth is active
8
Mobile Radio
The GSM radio and/or the
WCDMA radio is active
16
WLAN
WLAN is active
32
FM Radio
The FM radio is active.
Not supported
...
...
...
<mode>:
<states>:
AT*SEFIN
SE flash Information
Description:
Informs the ME about:
• Capacity in terms of the standardised photometric term Guide Number.
• Min/max exposure is the minumum and maximum value that the flash
can handle. These are the values that are used by AT*SEFEXP.
• Color Temperature of the flash light given as hundreds of Kelvin.
The ME uses this input to make appropriate settings in the camera module.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response:
AT*SEFIN=<guide_number>,<min_exposure>,<max_exposure>,
<color_temp>
AT*SEFIN=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
*SEFIN=(list of supported <guide_number>s),(list of supported
<min_exposure>s),(list of supported <max_exposure>s),(list of supported
<color_temp>s)
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Parameter:
<guide_number>:
<guide_number>
Description
0–255
The Guide Number of the flash @ ISO100
<min_exposure>
Description
0–255
Minimum value of exposure that the flash can
handle
<max_exposure>
Description
0–255
Maximum value of exposure that the flash can
handle
<color_temp>
Description
0–255
The Color Temperature of the flash in hundreds of
Kelvin, for example, 6500K gives color_temp=65
<min_exposure>:
<max_exposure>:
<color_temp>:
AT*SEFEXP
Flash auto exposure setting from ME
Description:
Requests information from the ME about what level of flash would make
the picture brighter or darker by adjusting its auto exposure control circuit.
The flash uses this input to make appropriate settings in its auto exposure
control circuit.
Note: The unsolicited result code *SEFEXP will be sent once when the
AT*SEFEXP is issued (and only if AT*SEFEXP is called when the flash is
plugged in).
Set command:
AT*SEFEXP
AT*SEMOD
Camera mode indicator to the flash
Description:
Requests information from the ME if it is in a mode were the flash should
be charged up and ready. The flash uses this input to start or abort charging its internal capacitor.
Note: With this command it is only possible to turn on request for unsolicited result codes.
Execution
command:
AT*SEMOD
Response:
Unsolicited result code. *SEMOD=<action>
Parameter:
<action>:
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<action>
Description
0
ME is not in a mode were the flash has to be ready
to fire. The flash disables its charging
1
ME is in a mode were the flash has to be ready to
fire. The flash starts to charge if not already charged
AT*SEREDI
Red eye reduction indicator to the flash
Description:
Performs the following:
• Informs the ME that it supports red eye reduction with a certain time
out period.
• Requests information from the ME when red eye reduction should start
(as un unsolicited event).
Set command:
AT*SEREDI=<time_out>
Test command:
AT*SEREDI=?
Test if command is supported and show supported parameters
Test command
response:
*SEREDI: (list of supported <time_out>s)
Unsolicited result
code:
*SEREDI
Parameter:
<time_out>:
<time_out>
Description
0–65535
The time, in milliseconds, between the red eye
reduction flashes and the picture taking.
AT*SEFRY
Ready indicator to the ME
Description:
Informs the ME if the camera flash is ready to fire or not.
Command:
AT*SEFRY=<action>
The flash informs the ME whether it is ready to fire or not.
Test command:
AT*SEFRY=?
Test if command is supported and show supported parameters.
Test command
response:
*SEFRY=(list of supported <action>s)
Parameter:
<action>:
<action>
Description
0
The flash is not ready to fire by means of a strobe
signal through the system connector
1
The flash is ready to fire on a strobe signal through
the system connector
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AT*SEAUP
Sony Ericsson audio parameters
Description:
Sends specific audio settings to configure the MS for a specific audio
device type. The accessory sends this command with all audio parameters
when ME connects to a BT audio device. It also sends it when it is
connected (when necessary), in this case the accessory only sends the
parameters it wishes to update.
Execution
command:
AT*SEAUP=<unique_audio_id>,
<audio_class>,
[<ASC_Interface_TX_Impendence>],
[<ASC_Interface_RX_Impendence>],
[<ASC_Interface_Line_in_capable>],
[<ASC_Call_TXNOM>],
[<ASC_Call_TXGAIN>],
[<ASC_Call_SLRTarget>],
[<ASC_Call_TXNC>],
[<ASC_Call_TXFilter8>],
[<ASC_Call_RXNOM>],
[<ASC_Call_RXGAIN>],
[<ASC_Call_RLRTarget>],
[<ASC_Call_RXMAS>],
[<ASC_Call_RXFilter8>],
[<ASC_Call_Sidetone>],
[<ASC_Call_EC>],
[<ASC_Leisure_TXClip>],
[<ASC_Leisure_TXNC>],
[<ASC_Leisure_TXFilter48>],
[<ASC_Leisure_RXMAS>],
[<ASC_Leisure_RXNG>],
[<ASC_Leisure_RXFilter441>],
[<ASC_Leisure_RXFilter48>]
Response:
Unsolicited result code: *SEAUPI: <status>
Test command:
AT*SEAUP=? Test if command is supported
Parameter:
<unique_audio_id>:
<unique_audio_id> Description
0–2^32
The unique audio identity of the accessory, defined
in AT*SEAUDIO
<audio_class>
Description
0–2^32
The default audio class of the accessory. Defined in
the AT*SEAUDIO command
<audio_class>:
Other parameters:
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Binary
Valid values
Format
Interface
ASC_Interface_TX_Impendence 0 – Low
1 – 150
2 – 1k
3 – High
Integer
ASC_Interface_RX_Impendence 0 – Low
1 – 150
2 – 1k
3 – High
Integer
ASC_Interface_Line_in_capable 0 – Off
1 – On
Integer
Call
ASC_Call_TXNOM
-43+[-32,31] (2c) gives Integer
values between -75
and -12
ASC_Call_TXGAIN
[-8,7] (2 comp dB) gives Integer
values between -8 and
7
ASC_Call_SLRTarget
13+[-8,7] (2 comp)
Integer
gives values between 5
and 20
ASC_Call_TXNC
0 – Off
1 – Low
2 – Normal
3 – Aggressive
Integer
ASC_Call_TXFilter8
SOS1(b0,b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS2(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS3(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS4(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS5(b1,b2,a1,a2)
String type, Hex
(672 bits)
Example:
0X01234567
0X89BCDEF…
“0123456789AB
CDEF…”
ASC_Call_RXNOM
-34+[-32,31] (2c) gives Integer
values between -66
and -3
ASC_Call_RXGAIN
[-8,7] (2 comp dB)
Integer
ASC_Call_RLRTarget
[-8,7] (2 comp)
Integer
ASC_Call_RXMAS
-15+[-16,15] (2c) gives Integer
values between -31
and 0
ASC_Call_RXFilter8
SOS1(b0,b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS2(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS3(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS4(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS5(b1,b2,a1,a2)
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String type, Hex
(672 bits)
Example:
0X01234567
0X89BCDEF…
“0123456789AB
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Binary
Valid values
Format
ASC_Call_Sidetone
5*(8+[-8,7]) (2c) gives Integer
values between 5-75 in
steps of 5
ASC_Call_EC (Echo Canceller)
Integer
0 – Off
1 – On
Comfort noise generation, connection to NC
Leisure
<status>:
ASC_Leisure_TXClip
-30+[-32,31] (2c) gives Integer
values between -62
and 1
ASC_Leisure_TXNC
SOS1(b0,b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS2(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS3(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS4(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS5(b1,b2,a1,a2)
ASC_Leisure_RXMAS
-15+[-16,15] (2c) gives Integer
values between -31
and 0
ASC_Leisure_RXNG
[-32,31] (2c) give values Integer
between -32 and 31
ASC_Leisure_RXFilter441
SOS1(b0,b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS2(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS3(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS4(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS5(b1,b2,a1,a2)
String type, Hex
(672 bits)
Example:
0X01234567
0X89BCDEF…
“0123456789AB
CDEF…”
ASC_Leisure_RXFilter48
SOS1(b0,b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS2(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS3(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS4(b1,b2,a1,a2)
SOS5(b1,b2,a1,a2)
String type, Hex
(672 bits)
Example:
0X01234567
0X89BCDEF…
“0123456789AB
CDEF…”
String type, Hex
(672 bits)
Example:
0X01234567
0X89BCDEF…
“0123456789AB
CDEF…”
Unsolicited result code sent when the Audio parameters have been saved
and calculated
<status>
Description
0
OK
1
ERROR
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AT*SEVOL
Volume level
Description:
This command is used to set the volume for all different sound types in the
ME. Each setting is responded with unsolicited result code *SEVOL,
returning information to accessories that the volume has changed.
Set command:
AT*SEVOL=<sound type>,<level>
Display current
settings command
Test command:
Test command
response
AT*SEVOL?
*SEVOL:1,<level>
*SEVOL:2,<level>
*SEVOL:3,<level>
AT*SEVOL=?
Shows if the command is supported.
*SEVOL:1,(0-8)
*SEVOL:2,(0-8)
*SEVOL:3,(0-15)
Parameter:
<sound_type>:
<sound_type> Description
<level> range
1
Ring volume
0–8
2
Call volume
0–8
3
Media volume
0–15
AT*SEVOLIR
Volume indication request
Description:
Activates or deactivates subscription to volume levels for all different
sound types in the ME. Each setting is responded with unsolicited result
code *SEVOL, returning information to accessories that the volume has
changed.
Activation
command:
AT*SEVOLIR=<activation>
Request to subscribe or stop subscribing for volume levels for all sound
types in the ME.
Activation command
response:
*SEVOLIR:1,<level>
*SEVOLIR:2,<level>
*SEVOLIR:3,<level>
Read command:
AT*SEVOLIR? Display current settings.
*SEVOLIR:<activation>
Test command:
AT*SEVOLIR=?
Test command
response
Shows if the command is supported.
*SEVOLIR:(0,1)
Parameter:
<activation>:
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<activation>
Description
0
Deactivate subscription
1
Activate subscription
AT*SEBIC
Status bar icon
Description:
Controls which status bar images to be shown. The <image> parameter
points out the image and the <show> parameter states if the image is to
be shown or not.
Set command:
AT*SEBIC=<image>,<show>
Test command:
AT*SEBIC=?
Test command
response
Shows if the command is supported.
*SEBIC: (list of supported <image>s)
Parameter:
<image>:
<image>
Description
1
Radio image in status bar
<show>
Description
0
Do not show
1
Show
<show>:
AT*SEANT
Antenna identification
Description:
Informs the ME that it has an antenna. It is possible to turn on or zoff one
or many antenna types with one request. The parameter <status> indicates if the accessory has an antenna and <pin> points out which pin it is
connected to. <type> indicates the type of the connected antenna and
which frequency span it can handle.
Execution
command:
Read command:
Read command
response:
Test command:
Test command
response
Antenna status request:
AT*SEANT=<status>,<pin>,<type>[[,<pin>],<type] ...
Read current setting:
AT*SEANT?
*SEANT:<status>,<pin>,<type>[[,<pin>],<type] ...
AT*SEANT=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
*SEANT:(list of supported <status>s),<pin>,(list of supported <type>s)
Parameter:
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<status>:
<status>
Description
0
Disable antenna. Default value
1
Enable antenna
<type>
Description
1
FM. Low – 87.5 MHz, High – 108.0 MHz
2
TV. Low – 470.0 MHz, High – 862.0 MHz
<type>:
AT*SESP
Speakermode on/off
Description:
Disables and enables speaker mode in ME.
Execution
command:
Read command:
Read command
response:
Test command:
Test command
response
Speakermode status:
AT*SESP=<status>
Read current status:
AT*SESP?
*SESP:<status>
AT*SESP=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
*SESP:(list of supported <status>s)
Parameter:
<status>:
<status>
Description
0
Disable speakermode. Default value
1
Enable speakermode
AT*SETBC
Text to bitmap converter
Description:
Converts a string received from the accessory to a bitmap and sends it to
the accessory. It will return a bitmap formatted according to the given
height, width and quality. The smallest font default size in ME is used when
converting the text. The command will only convert the amount of text that
fits in the given BMP size. When the conversion is done the ME will send
the bitmap in one or many AT commands to the accessory.
Execution
command:
AT*SETBC= <bmp_width>, <bmp_height>, <quality>, <string>
Response:
*SETBC:<setbc_index>,<setbc_data>
Test command:
AT*SETBC=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
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Test command
response
*SETBC: list of supported <quality>s
Parameter:
<bmp_width>
Integer. Bitmap width in pixels
<bmp_height>
Integer. Bitmap height in pixels. Must be a multiple of 8.
<string>
String. The text format is dependent on the AT+CSCS setting.
<setbc_index>:
Integer
<quality>:
<setbc_index>
Description
0…255 (0 = first)
Sequence number of setbc_data element
Integer
<quality>
Description
1
Monochrome (B&W)
Encoding of bitmaps into setbc_data
The SETBC data is considered to be a stream of data segmented into a series of maximum 255 chunks.
The chunks are encoded using hexadecimal format. Every byte is encoded using two ASCII digits/
character.
Each command sends one chunk. The length of the chunks is not defined, it is only required that they are
sent in the right order. For every sent chunk the index is incremented. The chunks are re-assembled at the
receiving side, in order to retrieve the total bitmap. A chunk can contain many complete rows.
The data starts with the most upper row from the left. Every row is followed by the row below.
The ME uses the smallest font available when transforming the text into a bitmap. The text will also be left
adjusted.
Example:
A monochrome bitmap with size 80x56 pixels.
Step 1: The accessory sends a string of characters (“SE”) to the phone.
AT*SETBC: 80,56,1,”SE”
Step 2: The phone uses its smallest font to transform the text into a bitmap.
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Step 2: The pixels of the bitmap are converted into values.
00000000000000000000000001111111111100000000000000 …
00000000000000000000011111111111111111110000000000 …
00000000000000000001111111111111111111111111100000 …
00000000000000000011111111111111111111111111111100 …
00000000000000000111111111111111111111111111111100 …
00000000000000001111111111111111111111111111111100 …
00000000000000011111111111000000000011111111111100 …
00000000000000111111111000000000000000011111111100 …
00000000000001111111110000000000000000000011111100 …
00000000000001111111100000000000000000000000111100 …
00000000000011111111000000000000000000000000001100 …
00000000000111111110000000000000000000000000000100 …
00000000000111111110000000000000000000000000000000 …
00000000000111111110000000000000000000000000000000 …
00000000000111111110000000000000000000000000000000 …
00000000000111111110000000000000000000000000000000 …
00000000000111111110000000000000000000000000000000 …
00000000000111111110000000000000000000000000000000 …
00000000000011111111000000000000000000000000000000 …
00000000000011111111000000000000000000000000000000 …
00000000000011111111110000000000000000000000000000 …
00000000000001111111111110000000000000000000000000 …
00000000000000111111111111111000000000000000000000 …
00000000000000011111111111111111100000000000000000 …
00000000000000001111111111111111111100000000000000 …
00000000000000000111111111111111111111000000000000 …
00000000000000000001111111111111111111110000000000 …
00000000000000000000111111111111111111111000000000 …
00000000000000000000000011111111111111111100000000 …
00000000000000000000000000001111111111111110000000 …
…
Step 4: Values are converted into hex string (8 bit) starting with the upper row from left to right.
00 00 00 7F F0 00 00 … 00 00 07 FF FF 80 00 … 00 00 1F FF FF FC 00 … 00 00 3F
FF FF FF 80 …
Step 4: Chunks are created and sent to the accessory.
*SETBC: 0,1,1,,,”000007FF00000…000007FFFF8000...00001FFFFFFC00…00003FFFFFFF80 … “
*SETBC: 1,1,1,,,”...”
AT*SEAVRC
Sony Ericsson audio video remote control
Description:
Allows control of multimedia applications in the ME. Only a started multimedia application can be controlled with AT*SEAVRC. The different
actions to control multimedia are the same as for the Bluetooth protocol
AVRCP, which allows control of a multimedia application via Bluetooth.
According to AVRCP, an action must be followed by a key press. A combined key pressed/released has been introduced to simplify the AT communication. The test command lists all supported actions.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response
AT*SEAVRC=<action>,<key_press>
AT*SEAVRC=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
*SEAVRC: (<list of actions>)<CR><LF>
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Parameter:
<action>:
<action>
Description
48
Channel up
49
Channel down
64
Power
65
Volume up
66
Volume down
67
Mute
68
Play
69
Stop
70
Pause
72
Rewind
73
Fast forward
75
Forward
76
Backward
<key_press>
Description
1
Key released
2
Key pressed
3
Key pressed and released
<key_press>:
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AT*SEMMIR
Sony Ericsson multimedia information request
Note: This command is implemented in two different versions.
AT*SEMMIR ver. 1 is valid for the following phones: K550, K610, K790, K800, K810, W350, W380, W610,
W710, W830, W850, W880, Z310, Z555, Z610 and Z710.
AT*SEMMIR ver. 2 is valid for all other phones in this document.
AT*SEMMIR ver. 1
Description:
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response
Enables subscriptions for different multimedia content strings, for example, artist, song and frequency strings. When a content update occurs, the
content string is sent with the unsolicted command *SEMMII. *SEMMII is
only sent if a subscription has been made for the specific media type.
Channel is defined as RDS data of PS (Programme Service) type
Subscribe to different media information
AT*SEMMIR=<media_type>,<subscription>
AT*SEMMIR=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
<list supported content subscriptions>, <list supported subscribe values>
Parameter:
<media_type>:
<media_type>
Description
1
Artist
2
Song
3
Frequency
4
RDS
5
Channel
6..254
Reserved for future use
255
All media types
<subscription>
Description
0
Subscription inactive
1
Subscription active
<subscription>:
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AT*SEMMIR ver. 2
Description:
Controls subscriptions for different multimedia content strings, for example, artist, song and frequency strings. When a content update occurs, the
content string is sent with the unsolicted command *SEMMII. *SEMMII is
only sent if a subscription has been made for a specific media type.
The read command reports the sum of supported <media_type>s
Execute command:
Subscribe to different media information
AT*SEMMIR=<media_type_bmp>
Read command:
AT*SEMMIR? Read current settings
Read command
response
*SEMMIR: <media_type_bmp>
Test command:
Test command
response
AT*SEMMIR=? Test if command is supported and list supported
parameters
*SEMMIR: (list of supported <media_type_bmp>s)
Supported media types are presented as bitmaps, for example:
“0” = No subscriptions
“1” = Subscription to artist
“3” = Subscription to artist and song
Parameter:
<media_type>:
<media_type>
Description
1
Artist
2
Song
4 – 232-2
Reserved for future use
<media_type_bmp>:
<media_type_bmp> Description
0
Disable subscription
1 – 2 -2
Bitmap of <media_type>s
4294967295 (232-1)
Enable all subscriptions
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AT*SEAPP
Sony Ericsson application
Description:
Starts and terminates ME applications. The applications are assoicated
with MIME strings. The MIME strings are used in AT*SEAPP to control a
specific application. It is possible to start, terminate and, if allowed, start
the application in minimal view. Symbian phones support all kind of MIME
strings including the Sony Ericsson specific MIME strings, while OSE
phones only supports the Sony Ericsson specified MIME strings. If a MIME
string is not supported by the ME, AT_ERROR will be replied.
Execution
command:
Start and terminate multimedia applications:
AT*SEAPP=<MIME>,<action>
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Test command:
Test command
response
AT*SEAPP=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
(list supported <action> values)
Parameter:
<MIME>:
<MIME>
Description
“application/SEMC.audioplayer”
Audio player
“application/SEMC.audiorecorder”
Audio recorder
“application/SEMC.FMtuner”
FM tuner
“application/SEMC.TV”
TV
“application/SEMC.videoplayer”
Video player
“application/SEMC.videorecorder”
Video recorder
“application/SEMC.imageviewer”
Image viewer
“application/SEMC.imagerecorder”
Image recorder
Free to use other MIME strings (see MIME
specifications for existing MIME strings). ME will
return ERROR if not supported
...
<action>:
<action>
Description
0
Stop application
1
Start application
2
Start application in minimal view (only if the
application supports this feature through the MMI)
AT*SEAPPIR
Sony Ericsson application indication request
Description:
Activates the unsolicted result code, *SEAPPI, which provides information
when an application is started or terminated. Application status is reported
when the unsolicited result code is activated. If no started application
exists, an empty string is returned.
Execution
command:
Start application indication subscription:
AT*SEAPPIR=<subscription>
Response:
*SEAPPIR: <MIME>,<status>
Test command:
AT*SEAPPIR=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
Test command
response:
<list supported subscription values>
Parameter:
<MIME>:
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<MIME>
Description
““ (empty string)
No application, to be
used when no
application is started
“application/SEMC.audioplayer”
Audio player
“application/SEMC.audiorecorder”
Audio recorder
“application/SEMC.tuner”
Tuner
“application/SEMC.TV”
TV
“application/SEMC.videoplayer”
Video player
“application/SEMC.videorecorder”
Video recorder
“application/SEMC.imageviewer”
Image viewer
“application/SEMC.imagerecorder”
Image recorder
Free to use other MIME strings (see MIME
specifications for existing MIME strings). ME will
return ERROR if not supported
<status>:
<status>
Description
0
Application stopped
1
Application started
2
Application started in minimal view
AT*SEJCOMM
Sony Ericsson Java comm
Description:
Registers a new Java virtual serial port, accessible to MIDlets as AT<port>.
If the command is successful, CONNECT is returned and the AT channel
enters transparent mode. Subsequent characters sent to the MS will
appear as input on the virtual serial port. Characters sent to the virtual
serial port will be transmitted to the AT channel. When the MIDlet is terminated or closes the virtual serial port, the AT channel leaves transparent
mode and the command returns OK, unless <persistent> is 1, in which
case the AT channel remains in transparent mode forever.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response
Register Java serial port:
AT*SEJCOMM=<port>[,<persistent>]
AT*SEJCOMM=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
*SEJCOMM: (1-2^32),(0,1)
Parameter:
<port>:
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<port>
Description
1–4294967295
Port identifier, used as an arbiter to allow this AT
command to be executed from several AT channels
in parallel.
If this AT command is used by an accessory, it is
recommended that the accessory-specific identification number, as specified in AT*SEACID, is used
<persistent>
Description
0
The AT channel will leave transparent mode and the
AT command will return OK when a connected
MIDlet is terminated or closes the virtual serial port
1
The AT channel will remain in transparent mode for
the remaining lifetime of the AT channel
<persistent>:
AT*SEDUC
Sony Ericsson disable USB charge
Description:
Disables USB charging of the Mobile Equipment.
This command lets USB accessories tell the ME that it should not
try to use the accessory as a power source.
This AT command should be sent before the accessory presents itself
electrically as an USB device.
If USB charging is disabled by an accessory it will remain disabled until the
AT-channel is destroyed.
Execution
command:
Disable USB charging:
AT*SEDUC
Test command:
AT*SEDUC=? Test if command is supported
AT*SEABS
Sony Ericsson accessory battery status
Description:
The command is used by an accessory to report its battery level to the ME.
Execution
command:
Test command:
Test command
response
Report battery status to ME
AT*SEABS=<status>[,<level>]
AT*SEABS=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
*SEABS: (list of supported <status>,list of supported <level>s)
Parameter:
<status>:
<status>
Description
0
Battery normal
1
Battery low
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<level>:
<subscription>
Description
0
Battery exhausted
1–99
Battery charging level
100
Battery fully charged
AT*SEAVRCIR
Sony Ericsson audio video remote control indication request
Description:
Enables and disables the unsolicited result code *SEAVRCI that reports
different multimedia states.
Set command:
AT*SEAVRCIR=<status>
Enable/disable unsolicited *SEAVRCI.
Test command:
AT*SEAVRCIR=?
Parameter:
<status>:
<status>
Description
0
Disable *SEAVRCI
1
Enable *SEAVRCI
Unsolicited result codes
*SEFEXP
Flash auto exposure setting result code
Description:
This unsolicited result code is returned when the flash auto exposure
circuitry has been set in order to make picture lighter or darker. The result
code is activated using AT*SEFEXP.
Unsolicited result
code:
*SEFEXP=<exposure>
Parameter:
<exposure>:
<exposure>
Description
0–255
New auto exposure amount according to control
circuit algorithm
*SEMOD
Camera mode indicator result code
Description:
This unsolicited result code is returned when a user has set the flash in
correct mode of operation using AT*SEMOD.
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Unsolicited result
code:
*SEMOD: <action>
Parameter:
<action>:
<mode>
Description
0
ME is not in a mode were the flash has to be ready
to fire. Flash disables its charging
1
ME is in a mode were the flash has to be ready to
fire. Flash starts its charging if not already charged
*SEREDI
Red eye reduction result code
Description:
After *SEREDI is sent to the flash, the HW strobe signal has to come within
the time out described for the AT command. This is for the red eye
reduction to have effect (fire the flash while the pupils are constricted). If
the strobe comes after the time out period, the flash will fire anyway but
the red eye reduction effect will be less (pupils have started to dilate
again). The result code is activated using AT*SEREDI.
Unsolicited result
code:
*SEREDI
*SEAULSI
Audio line status result code
Description:
Unsolicited result code that is sent when mute has been changed or audio
line has been lost or received. The result code is activated using
AT*SEAULS.
Unsolicited result
code:
*SEAULSI:<audio_line>,<audio_type>
*SEFUNCI
Functionality status result code
Description:
Unsolicited result code that is sent when functionality status has been
changed. The result code is activated using AT*SEFUNC.
Unsolicited result
code:
*SEFUNCI: <mode>, <states>
*SEVOLI
Volume level result code
Description:
This result code is sent every time a change in volume level occurs for any
sound type. The result code carries information of the sound type and the
volume level. The sound types and their corresponding volume level range
are listed in the table below.
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Unsolicited result
code:
*SEVOLI:<sound type>,<level>
When the volume level of any sound type has changed.
Parameter:
<sound_type>:
<sound_type> Description
<level> range
1
Ring volume
0–8
2
Call volume
0–8
3
Media volume
0–15
*SEMMII
Sony Ericsson Multimedia Information Indication
Description:
This result code reports content string for a particular media type. The
unsolicted command for a particular media type is activated with
AT*SEMMIR. The unsolicited *SEMMII is sent when the content string for
a particular media type has been updated.
Unsolicited result
code:
*SEMMII:<media_type>,<media_string>
When the subscribed media information has been updated.
Parameter:
<media_string>:
<media_string> Description
String type
Character set as specified by command
“Select TE Character Set”, AT+CSCS
*SEAVRCI
Sony Ericsson audio video remote control indication
Description:
Unsolicited result code that is sent when the media status has been
changed. The unsolicited is enabled by AT*SEAVRCIR.
Unsolicited result
code:
*SEAVRCI: <state>
Parameter:
<state>:
<state>
Description
0
Stop
1
Play
2
Pause
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OBEX Formats
OBEX file system overview
One of the most basic and desirable uses of the IrDA infrared communication
protocols is simply to send an arbitrary data object from one device to another and to
make it easy for both application developers and users to do so. This is referred to as
object exchange.
With the exception of Level 1 Information Exchange, whereby the objects are pushed
into a device inbox, the object names passed to OBEX PUT and GET operations
always include the path information.
The paths are specified in the IrMC specification from IrDA.
File name
Description
Supported operations
telecom/devinfo.txt
Information hardware version, software
version, serial number, and so on.
Character sets
GET
telecom/rtc.txt
The Real Time Clock Object contains the GET/PUT
current date and time of the device
Device Info
Phonebook
telecom/pb.vcf
Level 2 access (access entire phone
book database)
GET/PUT
telecom/pb/luid/.vcf
Add new entry
PUT
telecom/pb/0.vcf
Own business card
GET/PUT
telecom/pb/###.vcf
Level 3 static index access
GET/PUT
telecom/pb/luid/*.vcf Level 4 unique index access
GET/PUT
telecom/pb/info.log
Supported properties and memory info
GET
telecom/pb/luid/
###.log
Change log
GET
telecom/pb/luid/
cc.log
Change counter
GET
Level 2 access
GET/PUT
Calendar
telecom/cal.vcs
telecom/cal/luid/.vcs Add new entry
PUT
telecom/cal/###.vcs
GET/PUT
Level 3 static index access
Telecom/cal/luid/*.vcs Level 4 unique index access
GET/PUT
Telecom/cal/info.log
Supported properties and memory info
GET
Telecom/cal/luid/
###.log
Change log
GET
Telecom/cal/luid/
cc.log
Change counter
GET
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eMelody Format
eMelody Object
Description:
This is a definition of the eMelody object. This object is used when a user-defined
melody is exchanged
Syntax:
<emelody-object>
“BEGIN:EMELODY”<CR><LF>
“NAME:”<name><CR><LF>
“COMPOSER:” <composer><CR><LF>
“VERSION:” <version><CR><LF>
“MELODY:”<melody><CR><LF>
“END:EMELODY”
File extension:
emy
Example file name
mymelody.emy
Parameters:
<version>:
“1.0”
<name>:
Alphanumeric string
<composer>:
Alphanumeric string
<melody>:
{<pause>|<tone>}
<pause>:
“p”
<tone>:
{[<octave_prefix>]<basic_tone>}
<basic_short_tone>: “c”|”d”|”e”|”f”|”g”|”a”|”b”
<ess_short_tone>:
“(b)d”|”(b)e”|”(b)g”|”(b)a”|”(b)b”
<iss_short_tone>:
“#d”|”#e”|”#g”|”#a”|”#b”
<basic_long_tone>:
“C”|”D”|”E”|”F”|”G”|”A”|”B”
<ess_long_tone>:
“(b)D”|”(b)E”|”(b)G”|”(b)A”|”(bB”
<iss_long_tone>:
“#D”|”#E”|”#G”|”#A”|”#B”
<basic_tone>:
<basic_short_tone>|<ess_short_tone>|<iss_short_tone>|<basic_long_tone>
|<ess_long_tone>|<iss_long_tone>
<octave_high_prefix>:“+”
Maximum number of 40
tones:
Maximum numbers of 120
characters in melody:
Example:
BEGIN:EMELODY
VERSION:1.0
NAME:Test melody 1
COMPOSER:John Smith
MELODY:
+f+a+fa(b)bdcC+GA+d+#c+dfg+daea+d+#c+e+f+e+fa(b)bdC+EA+d+#c+
dfgba+d+#C
END:EMELODY
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iMelody Format
iMelody Object
Description:
This is a definition of the iMelody object. This object is used when a userdefined melody is exchanged
Syntax:
<imelody-object>
“BEGIN:IMELODY”<CR><LF>
“VERSION:” <version><CR><LF>
“FORMAT:”<format>
[“NAME:”<name><CR><LF>]
[“COMPOSER:” <composer><CR><LF>]
[“BEAT:”<beat>]
[“STYLE:”<style>]
[“VOLUME:”<volume>]
“MELODY:”<melody><CR><LF>
“END:IMELODY”
File extension:
imy
Example file name
mymelody.imy
Parameters:
<version>:
“1.0”
<format>:
“CLASS1.0” | “CLASS2.0”
<name>:
Alphanumeric string
<composer>:
Alphanumeric string
<beat>:
“25” | “26” | “27” | ... | “899” | “900“
<style>:
“S0“ | “S1“ | “S2“
<volume>:
V0“ | “V1“ | ... | “V15“ | “+“ | “-“
(+/- indicates volume change relative to current. Default is current)
<melody>:
{<silence>|<note>|<led>|<vib>|<backlight>|<repeat>}+
<silence>:
<rest ><duration>[<duration-specifier]
<rest>:
“r”
<duration>:
“0“ | “1“ | “2“ | “3“ | “4“ | “5“
<duration-specifier>: “.“ | “:“ | “;“
<note>:
[<octave-prefix>]<basic-ess-iss-note><duration>[<duration-specifier]
<octave-prefix>:
“*0“ | “*1“ | … | “*8“
((A=55Hz) | (A=110Hz) | … | (A=14080 Hz))
<basic-ess-iss-note>: <basic-note> | <ess-note> | <iss-note>
<basic-note>:
“c“ | “d“ | “e“ | “f“ | “g“ | “a“ | “b“
<ess-note>:
“&d“ | “&e“ | “&g“ | “&a“ | “&b“
(flat notes)
<iss-note>:
“#c“ | “#d“ | “#f“ | “#g“ | “#a“
(sharp notes)
<led>:
“ledoff“ | “ledon“
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<vibe>:
“vibeon” | “vibeoff”
<backlight>:
“backon” | “backoff”
<repeat>:
“(“ | “)“ | “@“<repeat-count>
(start of repeat block, end of repeat block and repetition count)
<repeat-count>:
“0“ | “1“ | “2“ | ...
(0 is repeat forever)
Maximum number of 40
notes:
Maximum numbers of 120
characters in melody:
Example:
BEGIN:IMELODY
VERSION:1.0
NAME:Melody1
COMPOSER:Mozart
BEAT:120
STYLE:1
VOLUME:7
MELODY:&b2#c3-c2*4g3d3+#d1r3d2e2:d1+f2f3
END:IMELODY
vCard Format
The vCard object uses a subset of the properties defined in the vCard specification
from the Internet Mail Consortium. The vCard standard is available from the Infrared
Data Association at http://www.irda.org.
vCard Object
.
Description:
This is a definition of the vCard object. This object is used when a userdefined contact card is exchanged
Syntax:
<vcard-object>
“BEGIN:VCARD<CR><LF>
“VERSION:”<version><CR><LF>
“N:”<encoding>”;<character_set>”:”<name><CR><LF>
[“FN:”<encoding>”;”<character_set>”:”<formatted_name><CR><LF>]
[“TEL:”<telephone_number><CR><LF>]
[“X-IRMC-LUID:”<x_irmc_local_unique_identifier><CR><LF>]
“END:VCARD”
File extension:
vcf
Example file name: person.vcf
Parameters:
<version>:
“2.1”
<encoding>:
(“QUOTED-PRINTABLE”|”BASE-64”|”8BIT”)
<character_set>:
(“ISO-8859-1”|”UTF-8”)
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<name>:
String. Maximum length 18 bytes. Encapsulates the individual components
of an object’s name. The property value is a concatenation of the Family
Name (first field), Given Name (second field), Additional Names (third field),
Name Prefix (fourth field) and Name Suffix (fifth field) strings.
<formatted_name>:
String. Maximum length 20 bytes. Specifies the formatted name string
associated with the vCard object. This is the way that the name is to be
displayed.
<telephone_string>:
String: Maximum length 20 bytes. Specifies the canonical number string
for telephony communication with the vCard object. The value of this
property is specified in a canonical form in order to specify an
unambiguous representation of the globally unique telephony endpoint.
This property is based on the X.520 Telephony Number attribute.
<x_irmc_local_unique
_identifier>:
String. Maximum length 12 bytes. IrMC Local Unique Identifier field label.
Local Unique identifier 48 bits coded in its hexadecimal representation as
12 ASCII characters.
Example:
BEGIN:VCARD
VERSION:2.1
N:QUOTED-PRINTABLE;CHARSET=ISO-8859-1:Book;Sven;Ola;Mr.
FN:QUOTED-PRINTABLE;CHARSET=ISO-8859-1:Mr. Sven O. Book
TEL:+4646123123
END:VCARD
vNote Format
Syntax:
<vnote-object>
“BEGIN:VNOTE<CR><LF>
“VERSION:”<version><CR><LF>
[“X-IRMC-LUID:”<x_irmc_local_unique_identifier><CR><LF>]
“N:”<encoding>”;<character_set>”:”<name><CR><LF>
[“FN:”<encoding>”;”<character_set>”:”<formatted_name><CR><LF>]
[“TEL:”<telephone_number><CR><LF>]
“END:VCARD”
File extension:
vnt
Example file name: scribble.vnt
Parameters:
<version>:
“2.1”
<encoding>:
(“QUOTED-PRINTABLE”|”BASE-64”|”8BIT”)
<character_set>:
(“ISO-8859-1”|”UTF-8”)
<name>:
String. Maximum length 18 bytes. Encapsulates the individual components
of an object’s name. The property value is a concatenation of the Family
Name (first field), Given Name (second field), Additional Names (third field),
Name Prefix (fourth field) and Name Suffix (fifth field) strings.
<formatted_name>:
String. Maximum length 20 bytes. Specifies the formatted name string
associated with the vCard object. This is the way that the name is to be
displayed.
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<telephone_string>:
String. Maximum length 20 bytes. Specifies the canonical number string
for telephony communication with the vCard object. The value of this
property is specified in a canonical form in order to specify an
unambiguous representation of the globally unique telephony endpoint.
This property is based on the X.520 Telephony Number attribute.
<x_irmc_local_unique
_identifier>:
String. Maximum length 12 bytes. IrMC Local Unique Identifier field label.
Local Unique identifier 48 bits coded in its hexadecimal representation as
12 ASCII characters.
Example:
BEGIN:VCARD
VERSION:2.1
N:QUOTED-PRINTABLE;CHARSET=ISO-8859-1:Book;Sven;Ola;Mr.
FN:QUOTED-PRINTABLE;CHARSET=ISO-8859-1:Mr. Sven O. Book
TEL:+4646123123
END:VCARD
vCalendar Format
The vCalendar standard is available from the Infrared Data Association at
http://www.irda.org.
vCalendar Object
Description:
This is a definition of the vCalendar object, which is related to the
vEvent object. These objects are used when a user-defined
calendar entry is exchanged
Syntax:
<vcalendar-object>
“BEGIN:VCALENDAR”<CR><LF>
“VERSION:”<version><CR><LF>
“PRODID:”<prodid><CR><LF>
“BEGIN:VEVENT”<CR><LF>
“END:VEVENT”<CR><LF>
“BEGIN:VEVENT”<CR><LF>
“END:VEVENT”<CR><LF>
...
“END:VCALENDAR”<CR><LF>
File extension:
vcs
Example file name:
filename.vcs
VEVENT
See vEvent Object.
Parameters:
<version>:
“1.0“
<prodid>:
“Sony Ericsson Calendar 1.0“
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Example
vCalendar vEvent
object (MEETING):
BEGIN:VCALENDAR
VERSION:1.0
PRODID:Sony Ericsson Calendar 1.0
BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART:19990125T123000
DTEND:19990125T170000
AALARM:19990125T121500
CATEGORIES:MEETING
SUMMARY;QUOTED-PRINTABLE;CHARSET=ISO-8859-1:Meeting
with Lars
LOCATION;QUOTED-PRINTABLE;CHARSET=ISO-8859-1:In my
room
X-IRMC-LUID:1E12FF7C01AB
END:VEVENT
END:VCALENDAR
vEvent Object
Description:
This is a definition of the vEvent object, which is related to the
vCalendar object. These objects are used when a user-defined calendar entry is exchanged. The phone supports all-day event meetings. The sync engine sends the vCalendar object with DTSTART,
set the date YYYYMMDD and leave out the time THHMMSS out.
The DTSTART is mandatory, as well as the DTEND. The same principles applies for DTEND, that is, THHMMSS is skipped.
Syntax:
<vevent-object>
“BEGIN:VEVENT“<CR>
“DTSTART:“<date_and_time>
“DTEND:“<date_and_time>
“AALARM:“<date_and_time>
“CATEGORIES:“<category>
“SUMMARY;“<encoding>“;“<character_set>“:“<summary>
“LOCATION;“<encoding>“;“<character_set>“:“<location>
“X-IRMC-LUID:“<x_irmc_luid>
“END:VEVENT“
Parameters:
<date_and_time>:
String. <year><month><day>T<hour><minute<second>.
The date and time values for all vCalendar properties are formatted
as a string consistent with the ISO 8601 representation for
combinations of dates and times.
Note: All time values are given in local time.
Example
<date_and_time>:
19960415T083000. 8:30 AM on April 15, 1996 local time.
<category>:
“MEETING“ | “PHONE CALL“ | “MISCELLANEOUS“
<encoding>:
“QUOTED-PRINTABLE“ | “BASE-64“ | “8BIT“
<character_set>:
“ISO-8859-1“ | “UTF-8“
<summary>:
String. Maximum length 36 bytes.
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<location>:
String. Maximum length 20 bytes
<x_irmc_luid>:
String. Maximum length 12 bytes. IrMC Local Unique Identifier field
label. Local Unique identifier 48 bits coded in its hexadecimal
representation as 12 ASCII characters. Holds the phone book index in
decimal format.
Example
DTSTART-DTEND:
DTSTART:1999-02-10, DTEND:1999-02-12.
If the DTSTART and DTEND have different dates, the phone interprets it
as a whole day event occurring over several days.
In this example: the whole day on 1999-02-10, 1999-02-11 and 199902-12.
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This appendix contains information about specific AT commands for the G502, K630, K660, K850, V640,
W890, W910 and Z750 series. For these phones, the AT commands in this appendix complement the
commands found in chapter ”AT commands”.
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Command
AT*SEGPSA
Sony Ericsson global positioning system accessory
Description:
Informs the ME about the presence of a Global Positioning System (GPS)
capable accessory device. The accessory device may be used to provide
the location based service engine of a ME without internal GPS with positioning data or to override the data generated from an internal GPS.
The accessory sends the command AT*SEGSPA when connected. The ME
responds with CONNECT to indicate that the AT channel have changed
into a link for GPCCCP/NMEA formatted data, the AT channel goes into
transparent mode.
Upon reception of the GPSCCP Disconnect message the ME responds
with OK and resets the link to normal AT mode.
Command:
AT*SEGPSA
Tells the ME that there is a GPS capable device connected.
Response:
CONNECT
Test command:
AT*SEGPSA=? Test if command is supported.
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Command
AT*SEAUDIO
Accessory class report
Description:
Informs the phone about the general audio class and the unique audio ID
of an accessory. If there is a specific audio settings container available for
the unique id, the phone will use that configuration. If not, the configuration
for the general audio class will be used.
When the accessory identifies itself acoustically with AT*SEAUDIO the
phone responds with a result code indicating what audio class and what
unique audio ID have been used when configuring audio. If no specific
audio configuration was available for the unique audio ID used by the
accessory this is indicated by setting <unique_audio_id>=0 in the result
code. If the accessory for some reason do not have audiocapabilities it will
send AT*SEAUDIO=0,0.
Execution
command:
AT*SEAUDIO=<audio_class>,<unique_audio_id>
Execution command
response
*SEAUDIO:<audio_class>,<unique_audio_id>
Read command:
AT*SEAUDIO? Read current setting
Test command:
AT*SEAUDIO=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters
Test command
response:
*SEAUDIO:(range of supported <audio_class>s),(range of supported
<unique_audio_id>s)
Parameters:
<audio_class>:
<audio_class>
Description
0–255
The default audio class of the accessory
0
The accessory has no audio capabilities
1
PHF – Portable Handsfree
2
VHF – Vehicle Handsfree
3
BVHF – Budget Vehicle Handsfree (without
accessory mic)
4
BT – Bluetooth headset or handsfree
5
BTC – Bluetooth handsfree for installation in Car
6
BTL – Bluetooth Leisure (BT headset supporting the
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
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<audio_class>
Description
7
BTBTL – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile
8
BTBTLC – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile for installation in car
9
DSS – Desk Speaker Stand
10
BDSS – Budget Desk Speaker Stand
11
LOA – Line Out accessory Adjustable
12
LI – Line In accessory
13
LO – Line Out accessory
<audio_id>
Description
0–2^32
The unique audio identity of the accessory
0
Used in response codes to indicate that the
terminal has not applied a specific audio
configuration for the unique audio ID of the
accessory
1–999
Note: Reserved for internal use in the telephone
1
PHF1 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
2
PHF2 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
3
PHF3 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
4
PHF4 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
5
Line in (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
6
Line out (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
7
BT headset (Note: Not to be used by any
accessory!)
8
BT handsfree (Note: Not to be used by any
accessory!)
1000–1999
PHF – Portable Handsfree
2000–2999
VHF – Vehicle Handsfree
3000–3999
BVHF – Budget Vehicle Handsfree (without
accessory mic)
4000–4999
BT – Bluetooth headset or handsfree
5000–5999
BTC – Bluetooth handsfree for installation in Car
6000–6999
BTL – Bluetooth Leisure (BT headset supporting the
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
7000–7999
BTBTL – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile
8000–8999
BTBTLC – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile for installation in car
<audio_id>:
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<audio_id>
Description
9000–9999
DSS – Desk Speaker Stand
10000–10999
BDSS – Budget Desk Speaker Stand
11000–11999
LOA – Line Out accessory Adjustable
12000–12999
LI – Line In accessory
13000–13999
LO – Line Out accessory
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This appendix contains information about specific AT commands for the C702, C902, T700, W595, W760,
W902, W980, Z770 and Z780 series. The AT commands in this appendix complement the commands
found in chapter ”AT commands”.
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Commands
AT*SEGPSA
Sony Ericsson global positioning system accessory
Description:
Informs the ME about the presence of a Global Positioning System (GPS)
capable accessory device. The accessory device may be used to provide
the location based service engine of a ME without internal GPS with positioning data or to override the data generated from an internal GPS.
The accessory sends the command AT*SEGSPA when connected. The ME
responds with CONNECT to indicate that the AT channel have changed
into a link for GPCCCP/NMEA formatted data, the AT channel goes into
transparent mode.
Upon reception of the GPSCCP Disconnect message the ME responds
with OK and resets the link to normal AT mode.
Command:
AT*SEGPSA
Tells the ME that there is a GPS capable device connected.
Response:
CONNECT
Test command:
AT*SEGPSA=? Test if command is supported.
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Command
AT*SEAUDIO
Accessory Class Report
Description:
Informs the phone about the general audio class and the unique audio ID
of an accessory. If there is a specific audio settings container available for
the unique id, the phone will use that configuration. If not, the configuration
for the general audio class will be used.
When the accessory identifies itself acoustically with AT*SEAUDIO the
phone responds with a result code indicating what audio class and what
unique audio ID have been used when configuring audio. If no specific
audio configuration was available for the unique audio ID used by the
accessory this is indicated by setting <unique_audio_id>=0 in the result
code. If the accessory for some reason do not have audiocapabilities it will
send AT*SEAUDIO=0,0.
Execution
command:
AT*SEAUDIO=<audio_class>,<unique_audio_id>
Execution command
response
*SEAUDIO:<audio_class>,<unique_audio_id>
Read command:
AT*SEAUDIO? Read current setting.
Test command:
AT*SEAUDIO=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters.
Test command
response:
*SEAUDIO:(range of supported <audio_class>s),(range of supported
<unique_audio_id>s)
Parameters:
<audio_class>:
<audio_class>
Description
0–255
The default audio class of the accessory
0
The accessory has no audio capabilities
1
PHF – Portable Handsfree
2
VHF – Vehicle Handsfree
3
BVHF – Budget Vehicle Handsfree (without
accessory mic)
4
BT – Bluetooth headset or handsfree
5
BTC – Bluetooth handsfree for installation in Car
6
BTL – Bluetooth Leisure (BT headset supporting the
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
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<audio_class>
Description
7
BTBTL – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile
8
BTBTLC – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile for installation in Car
9
DSS – Desk Speaker Stand
10
BDSS – Budget Desk Speaker Stand
11
LOA – Line Out accessory Adjustable
12
LI – Line In accessory
13
LO – Line Out accessory
<audio_id>
Description
0–2^32
The unique audio identity of the accessory
0
Used in response codes to indicate that the
terminal has not applied a specific audio
configuration for the unique audio ID of the
accessory
1–999
Note: Reserved for internal use in the telephone
1
PHF1 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
2
PHF2 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
3
PHF3 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
4
PHF4 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
5
Line in (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
6
Line out (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
7
BT Headset (Note: Not to be used by any
accessory!)
8
BT Handsfree (Note: Not to be used by any
accessory!)
1000–1999
PHF – Portable Handsfree
2000–2999
VHF – Vehicle Handsfree
3000–3999
BVHF – Budget Vehicle Handsfree (without
accessory mic)
4000–4999
BT – Bluetooth headset or handsfree
5000–5999
BTC – Bluetooth handsfree for installation in Car
6000–6999
BTL – Bluetooth Leisure (BT headset supporting the
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
7000–7999
BTBTL – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile
8000–8999
BTBTLC – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile for installation in Car
<audio_id>:
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<audio_id>
Description
9000–9999
DSS – Desk Speaker Stand
10000–10999
BDSS – Budget Desk Speaker Stand
11000–11999
LOA – Line Out accessory Adjustable
12000–12999
LI – Line In accessory
13000–13999
LO – Line Out accessory
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This appendix contains information about specific AT commands for the C510, C901, C903, C905, G705,
Jalou™, Naite™, Pureness™, T707, T715, W508, W705 and W715 series. The AT commands in this
appendix complement the commands found in chapter ”AT commands”.
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Commands
AT*SEGPSA
Sony Ericsson global positioning system accessory
Description:
Informs the ME about the presence of a Global Positioning System (GPS)
capable accessory device. The accessory device may be used to provide
the location based service engine of a ME without internal GPS with positioning data or to override the data generated from an internal GPS.
The accessory sends the command AT*SEGSPA when connected. The ME
responds with CONNECT to indicate that the AT channel have changed
into a link for GPCCCP/NMEA formatted data, the AT channel goes into
transparent mode.
Upon reception of the GPSCCP Disconnect message the ME responds
with OK and resets the link to normal AT mode.
Command:
AT*SEGPSA
Tells the ME that there is a GPS capable device connected.
Response:
CONNECT
Test command:
AT*SEGPSA=? Test if command is supported.
AT*SETIR
Sony Ericsson time information request
Description:
Enables or disables sending of unsolicited result code *SETIRI from ME to
TE in the case of a time change. A time change is defined as a change of
the time that differs from normal time change, for example, manual time
change, time zone change, PC sync, daylight saving change, and so on.
The read command returns the current time and daylight setting.
Set command:
AT*SETIR=<ind>
Enable/disable time change reporting.
Set command
response:
Read command:
*SETIR: <time>,<dst>
AT*SETIR?
Read the current setting.
Read command
response:
*SETIR: <time>,<dst>
Test command:
AT*SETIR=? Test if command is supported.
Test command
response:
*SETIR: (list supported <ind> s)
Parameters:
<ind>:
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<ind>
Description
0
Disable time change reporting
1
Enable time change reporting
<time>
Description
String type
Time format is “yyyy/MM/dd,hh:mm:ss+zz”, where
characters indicates year, month, day, hour,
minutes, seconds and time zone. For example,
“2007/06/01,11:08:54+01”
<dst>
Description
0
Standard time
1
Daylight saving
<time>:
<dst>:
AT*SEMCM
Sony Ericsson memory card management
Description:
Reports the total and free memory on the memory card. If there is no
memory card in the phone, the command returns 0 for both total and free
memory.
Action command:
AT*SEMCM
Action command
response:
*SEMCM: <free_mem>,<tot_mem>
Test command:
AT*SEMCM=? Test if command is supported.
Parameters:
<free_mem>:
<free_mem>
Description
Integer
Remaning free user memory (in bytes) on memory
card
0
No memory card available in the phone
<tot_mem>
Description
Integer
Total memory size (in bytes) of the memory card
0
No memory card available in the phone
<tot_mem>:
Unsolicited result code
*SETIRI
Time Information Request Indicator
Description:
This unsolicited result code is enabled with the AT*SETIR command and
indicates changes in indicator levels. The <ind> parameter indicates the
indicator order number.
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Unsolicited result
code:
*SETIRI: <time>,<dst>
When a change of indicator level occurs.
Parameters:
<time>:
<time>
Description
String type
Time format is “yyyy/MM/dd,hh:mm:ss+zz”, where
characters indicate year, month, day, hour,
minutes, seconds and time zone. For example,
“2007/06/01,11:08:54+01”
<dst>
Description
0
Standard time
1
Daylight saving
<dst>:
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Command
AT*SEAUDIO
Accessory Class Report
Description:
Informs the phone about the general audio class and the unique audio ID
of an accessory. If there is a specific audio settings container available for
the unique id, the phone will use that configuration. If not, the configuration
for the general audio class will be used.
When the accessory identifies itself acoustically with AT*SEAUDIO the
phone responds with a result code indicating what audio class and what
unique audio ID have been used when configuring audio. If no specific
audio configuration was available for the unique audio ID used by the
accessory this is indicated by setting <unique_audio_id>=0 in the result
code. If the accessory for some reason do not have audiocapabilities it will
send AT*SEAUDIO=0,0.
Execution
command:
AT*SEAUDIO=<audio_class>,<unique_audio_id>
Execution command
response
*SEAUDIO:<audio_class>,<unique_audio_id>
Read command:
AT*SEAUDIO? Read current setting.
Test command:
AT*SEAUDIO=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters.
Test command
response:
*SEAUDIO:(range of supported <audio_class>s),(range of supported
<unique_audio_id>s)
Parameters:
<audio_class>:
<audio_class>
Description
0–255
The default audio class of the accessory
0
The accessory has no audio capabilities
1
PHF – Portable Handsfree
2
VHF – Vehicle Handsfree
3
BVHF – Budget Vehicle Handsfree (without
accessory mic)
4
BT – Bluetooth headset or handsfree
5
BTC – Bluetooth handsfree for installation in Car
6
BTL – Bluetooth Leisure (BT headset supporting the
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
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<audio_class>
Description
7
BTBTL – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile
8
BTBTLC – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile for installation in Car
9
DSS – Desk Speaker Stand
10
BDSS – Budget Desk Speaker Stand
11
LOA – Line Out accessory Adjustable
12
LI – Line In accessory
13
LO – Line Out accessory
<audio_id>
Description
0–2^32
The unique audio identity of the accessory
0
Used in response codes to indicate that the
terminal has not applied a specific audio
configuration for the unique audio ID of the
accessory
1–999
Note: Reserved for internal use in the telephone
1
PHF1 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
2
PHF2 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
3
PHF3 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
4
PHF4 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
5
Line in (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
6
Line out (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
7
BT Headset (Note: Not to be used by any
accessory!)
8
BT Handsfree (Note: Not to be used by any
accessory!)
1000–1999
PHF – Portable Handsfree
2000–2999
VHF – Vehicle Handsfree
3000–3999
BVHF – Budget Vehicle Handsfree (without
accessory mic)
4000–4999
BT – Bluetooth headset or handsfree
5000–5999
BTC – Bluetooth handsfree for installation in Car
6000–6999
BTL – Bluetooth Leisure (BT headset supporting the
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
7000–7999
BTBTL – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile
8000–8999
BTBTLC – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile for installation in Car
<audio_id>:
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<audio_id>
Description
9000–9999
DSS – Desk Speaker Stand
10000–10999
BDSS – Budget Desk Speaker Stand
11000–11999
LOA – Line Out accessory Adjustable
12000–12999
LI – Line In accessory
13000–13999
LO – Line Out accessory
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Appendix 4
This appendix contains information about specific AT commands for the Aino™, Cedar, Elm, Hazel, W995,
Yari™ and Zylo series. The AT commands in this appendix complement the commands found in chapter
”AT commands”.
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Commands
AT*SEGPSA
Sony Ericsson global positioning system accessory
Description:
Informs the ME about the presence of a Global Positioning System (GPS)
capable accessory device. The accessory device may be used to provide
the location based service engine of a ME without internal GPS with positioning data or to override the data generated from an internal GPS.
The accessory sends the command AT*SEGSPA when connected. The ME
responds with CONNECT to indicate that the AT channel have changed
into a link for GPCCCP/NMEA formatted data, the AT channel goes into
transparent mode.
Upon reception of the GPSCCP Disconnect message the ME responds
with OK and resets the link to normal AT mode.
Command:
AT*SEGPSA
Tells the ME that there is a GPS capable device connected.
Response:
CONNECT
Test command:
AT*SEGPSA=? Test if command is supported.
AT*SETIR
Sony Ericsson time information request
Description:
Enables or disables sending of unsolicited result code *SETIRI from ME to
TE in the case of a time change. A time change is defined as a change of
the time that differs from normal time change, for example, manual time
change, time zone change, PC sync, daylight saving change, and so on.
The read command returns the current time and daylight setting.
Set command:
AT*SETIR=<ind>
Enable/disable time change reporting.
Set command
response:
Read command:
*SETIR: <time>,<dst>
AT*SETIR?
Read the current setting.
Read command
response:
*SETIR: <time>,<dst>
Test command:
AT*SETIR=? Test if command is supported.
Test command
response:
*SETIR: (list supported <ind> s)
Parameters:
<ind>:
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<ind>
Description
0
Disable time change reporting
1
Enable time change reporting
<time>
Description
String type
Time format is “yyyy/MM/dd,hh:mm:ss+zz”, where
characters indicates year, month, day, hour,
minutes, seconds and time zone. For example,
“2007/06/01,11:08:54+01”
<dst>
Description
0
Standard time
1
Daylight saving
<time>:
<dst>:
AT*SEMCM
Sony Ericsson memory card management
Description:
Reports the total and free memory on the memory card. If there is no
memory card in the phone, the command returns 0 for both total and free
memory.
Action command:
AT*SEMCM
Action command
response:
*SEMCM: <free_mem>,<tot_mem>
Test command:
AT*SEMCM=? Test if command is supported.
Parameters:
<free_mem>:
<free_mem>
Description
Integer
Remaning free user memory (in bytes) on memory
card
0
No memory card available in the phone
<tot_mem>
Description
Integer
Total memory size (in bytes) of the memory card
0
No memory card available in the phone
<tot_mem>:
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AT*SEDISKL
Sony Ericsson Disable Keylock
Description:
The set command is used by an accessory to ensure that phone keys are
not locked when the accessory accesses the phone. When an accessory
disables keylock with the command, the original keylock status is a saved.
When the accessory disconnects or requests the keylock to be enabled
again via *SEDISKL the phone attempts to reset the original keylock state.
The result of this is subject to the state of the phone.
The command is not supported for phones with a two-state keylock or
phones without auto keylock.
Action command:
AT*SEDISKL=<mode>
(Change keylock)
Action command
response:
Read command:
*SEDISKL: <mode>
AT*SEDISKL?
Read the current setting.
Read command
response:
*SEDISKL: <mode>
Test command:
AT*SEDISKL=? Test if command is supported.
Test command
response:
*SEDISKL: list of supported <mode>s
Parameters:
<mode>:
<mode>
Description
0
Keylock is disabled. Default
1
Keylock is enabled
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Unsolicited result code
*SETIRI
Time Information Request Indicator
Description:
This unsolicited result code is enabled with the AT*SETIR command and
indicates changes in indicator levels. The <ind> parameter indicates the
indicator order number.
Unsolicited result
code:
*SETIRI: <time>,<dst>
When a change of indicator level occurs.
Parameters:
<time>:
<time>
Description
String type
Time format is “yyyy/MM/dd,hh:mm:ss+zz”, where
characters indicate year, month, day, hour,
minutes, seconds and time zone. For example,
“2007/06/01,11:08:54+01”
<dst>
Description
0
Standard time
1
Daylight saving
<dst>:
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Command
AT*SEAUDIO
Accessory Class Report
Description:
Informs the phone about the general audio class and the unique audio ID
of an accessory. If there is a specific audio settings container available for
the unique id, the phone will use that configuration. If not, the configuration
for the general audio class will be used.
When the accessory identifies itself acoustically with AT*SEAUDIO the
phone responds with a result code indicating what audio class and what
unique audio ID have been used when configuring audio. If no specific
audio configuration was available for the unique audio ID used by the
accessory this is indicated by setting <unique_audio_id>=0 in the result
code. If the accessory for some reason do not have audiocapabilities it will
send AT*SEAUDIO=0,0.
Execution
command:
AT*SEAUDIO=<audio_class>,<unique_audio_id>
Execution command
response
*SEAUDIO:<audio_class>,<unique_audio_id>
Read command:
AT*SEAUDIO? Read current setting.
Test command:
AT*SEAUDIO=? Test if command is supported and show supported
parameters.
Test command
response:
*SEAUDIO:(range of supported <audio_class>s),(range of supported
<unique_audio_id>s)
Parameters:
<audio_class>:
<audio_class>
Description
0–255
The default audio class of the accessory
0
The accessory has no audio capabilities
1
PHF – Portable Handsfree
2
VHF – Vehicle Handsfree
3
BVHF – Budget Vehicle Handsfree (without
accessory mic)
4
BT – Bluetooth headset or handsfree
5
BTC – Bluetooth handsfree for installation in Car
6
BTL – Bluetooth Leisure (BT headset supporting the
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
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<audio_class>
Description
7
BTBTL – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile
8
BTBTLC – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile for installation in Car
9
DSS – Desk Speaker Stand
10
BDSS – Budget Desk Speaker Stand
11
LOA – Line Out accessory Adjustable
12
LI – Line In accessory
13
LO – Line Out accessory
<audio_id>
Description
0–2^32
The unique audio identity of the accessory
0
Used in response codes to indicate that the
terminal has not applied a specific audio
configuration for the unique audio ID of the
accessory
1–999
Note: Reserved for internal use in the telephone
1
PHF1 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
2
PHF2 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
3
PHF3 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
4
PHF4 (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
5
Line in (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
6
Line out (Note: Not to be used by any accessory!)
7
BT Headset (Note: Not to be used by any
accessory!)
8
BT Handsfree (Note: Not to be used by any
accessory!)
1000–1999
PHF – Portable Handsfree
2000–2999
VHF – Vehicle Handsfree
3000–3999
BVHF – Budget Vehicle Handsfree (without
accessory mic)
4000–4999
BT – Bluetooth headset or handsfree
5000–5999
BTC – Bluetooth handsfree for installation in Car
6000–6999
BTL – Bluetooth Leisure (BT headset supporting the
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
7000–7999
BTBTL – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile
8000–8999
BTBTLC – A Bluetooth audio device supporting the
headset or the handsfree profile and the Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile for installation in Car
<audio_id>:
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<audio_id>
Description
9000–9999
DSS – Desk Speaker Stand
10000–10999
BDSS – Budget Desk Speaker Stand
11000–11999
LOA – Line Out accessory Adjustable
12000–12999
LI – Line In accessory
13000–13999
LO – Line Out accessory
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Index
Numerics
3GPP ................................................................. 338
A
analog ............................................................... 338
ASCII ................................................................. 338
Asynchronous communication ......................... 338
AT command set ............................................... 338
AT commands ................................................... 338
auto-answer mode ............................................ 338
B
beam ................................................................. 338
bearer ................................................................ 338
bits per second ................................................. 338
Bluetooth .......................................................... 338
bps .................................................................... 338
C
card ................................................................... 339
carrier ................................................................ 339
carrier detect ..................................................... 339
CCITT ................................................339, 340, 341
CD ..................................................................... 339
COM port .......................................................... 339
command line ................................................... 339
command state ................................................. 342
Commands
AT ................................................................. 27
AT&C ............................................................ 48
AT&D ............................................................ 48
AT&F ............................................................. 28
AT&W ............................................................ 29
AT* ................................................................ 27
AT*EAPN .................................................... 230
AT*EAPP ..................................................... 155
AT*EAPS ..................................................... 229
AT*EBCA .................................................... 230
AT*ECAM .................................................... 149
AT*ECBP ...................................................... 56
AT*ECDF .................................................... 168
AT*EDIF ...................................................... 121
AT*EDST ..................................................... 226
AT*EIAAUR ................................................. 257
AT*EIAAUW ................................................ 255
AT*EIABTR ................................................. 254
AT*EIABTW ................................................. 253
AT*EIAC ...................................................... 241
AT*EIACSR ................................................. 252
AT*EIACSW ................................................ 251
333
AT*EIAD ...................................................... 242
AT*EIADNSV6R .......................................... 267
AT*EIADNSV6W ......................................... 266
AT*EIAIPCPR ............................................. 264
AT*EIAIPCPW ............................................. 263
AT*EIALCPR ............................................... 260
AT*EIALCPW .............................................. 258
AT*EIAPSR ................................................. 246
AT*EIAPSSR ............................................... 249
AT*EIAPSSW .............................................. 248
AT*EIAPSW ................................................ 245
AT*EIAR ...................................................... 244
AT*EIARUTD .............................................. 269
AT*EIARUTR ............................................... 271
AT*EIARUTW .............................................. 268
AT*EIAW ..................................................... 243
AT*EIBA ........................................................ 81
AT*EINA ........................................................ 59
AT*EIPS ...................................................... 122
AT*EJAVA ................................................... 152
AT*EKEY .................................................... 166
AT*EKSE .................................................... 162
AT*ELIB ...................................................... 232
AT*EMEM ................................................... 164
AT*EMWS ................................................... 234
AT*EPEE ..................................................... 229
AT*ESKL ..................................................... 154
AT*ESKS .................................................... 154
AT*EVAA ..................................................... 233
AT*EWBA ................................................... 237
AT*EWCT ................................................... 237
AT*EWDT ................................................... 236
AT*EWSA ................................................... 237
AT*EWSG ................................................... 237
AT*SEABS .................................................. 296
AT*SEACC .................................................. 272
AT*SEACID ................................................. 273
AT*SEACID2 ............................................... 274
AT*SEAM ...................................................... 60
AT*SEANT .................................................. 287
AT*SEAPP .................................................. 293
AT*SEAPPIR ............................................... 294
AT*SEAUDIO ..............275, 310, 315, 322, 330
AT*SEAULS ................................................ 278
AT*SEAUP .................................................. 283
AT*SEAVRC ....................................... 288, 290
AT*SEAVRCIR ............................................ 297
AT*SEBIC ................................................... 287
AT*SECHA .................................................. 277
AT*SEDATE .................................................. 69
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AT*SEDEL ..................................................... 75
AT*SEDISKL ............................................... 328
AT*SEDUC .................................................. 296
AT*SEFEXP ................................................. 281
AT*SEFIN .................................................... 280
AT*SEFRY .................................................. 282
AT*SEFUNC ............................................... 279
AT*SEGAUGE ............................................... 71
AT*SEGPSA ........................309, 314, 319, 326
AT*SEGUP .................................................... 72
AT*SEJCOMM ............................................ 295
AT*SELERT ................................................... 62
AT*SELIST .................................................... 66
AT*SELOG .................................................. 277
AT*SEMCM ........................................ 320, 327
AT*SEMMIR ................................................ 292
AT*SEMOD ................................................. 281
AT*SEONO ................................................... 73
AT*SEPING ................................................. 278
AT*SEREDI ................................................. 282
AT*SERSK .................................................... 77
AT*SESAF ..................................................... 61
AT*SESLE ..................................................... 75
AT*SESP ..................................................... 288
AT*SESTRI .................................................... 64
AT*SETICK ................................................... 68
AT*SETIR ............................................ 319, 326
AT*SEUIS ..................................................... 77
AT*SEVOL .................................................. 286
AT*SEVOLIR ............................................... 286
AT*STKC .................................................... 169
AT*STKE ..................................................... 169
AT*STKR ..................................................... 170
AT+BINP ....................................................... 81
AT+BLDN ..................................................... 82
AT+BRSF ...................................................... 84
AT+BVRA ..................................................... 82
AT+CACM .................................................. 117
AT+CALA .................................................... 225
AT+CALD ................................................... 226
AT+CAMM .................................................. 117
AT+CAOC ................................................... 116
AT+CAPD ................................................... 226
AT+CBC ..................................................... 142
AT+CBST ..................................................... 94
AT+CCFC ................................................... 110
AT+CCLK ................................................... 224
AT+CCWA .................................................. 112
AT+CDIP ..................................................... 118
AT+CEER ..................................................... 97
AT+CFUN ................................................... 139
AT+CGACT ................................................. 194
AT+CGATT ................................................. 194
AT+CGCMOD ............................................. 215
AT+CGDATA .............................................. 195
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AT+CGDCONT ........................................... 192
AT+CGDSCONT ......................................... 198
AT+CGEQMIN ............................................ 208
AT+CGEQNEG ........................................... 212
AT+CGEQREQ ........................................... 203
AT+CGEREP .............................................. 196
AT+CGMI ..................................................... 30
AT+CGMM ................................................... 30
AT+CGMR .................................................... 31
AT+CGPADDR ........................................... 197
AT+CGREG ................................................ 197
AT+CGSMS ................................................ 193
AT+CGSN .................................................... 31
AT+CGTFT ................................................. 200
AT+CHLD ................................................... 113
AT+CHSC ................................................... 101
AT+CHSD ..................................................... 98
AT+CHSN ..................................................... 99
AT+CHSR ................................................... 102
AT+CHSU ................................................... 103
AT+CHUP ..................................................... 89
AT+CIMI ..................................................... 228
AT+CIND .................................................... 146
AT+CKPD ................................................... 143
AT+CLAC ..................................................... 29
AT+CLAN ................................................... 151
AT+CLCC ..................................................... 38
AT+CLCK ................................................... 134
AT+CLIP ..................................................... 108
AT+CLIR ..................................................... 109
AT+CLVL .................................................... 163
AT+CMAR .................................................. 147
AT+CMEC .................................................. 159
AT+CMEE ................................................... 175
AT+CMER .................................................. 148
AT+CMGC .................................................. 188
AT+CMGD .................................................. 187
AT+CMGF .................................................. 178
AT+CMGL .................................................. 182
AT+CMGR .................................................. 183
AT+CMGS .................................................. 184
AT+CMGW ................................................. 186
AT+CMMS .................................................. 189
AT+CMSS .................................................. 185
AT+CMUT .................................................. 163
AT+CMUX .................................................... 57
AT+CNMI ................................................... 180
AT+CNUM .................................................. 104
AT+COLP ................................................... 119
AT+COPN .................................................. 121
AT+COPS ................................................... 106
AT+CPAS ................................................... 140
AT+CPBF ................................................... 221
AT+CPBR ................................................... 220
AT+CPBS ................................................... 218
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AT+CPBW .................................................. 222
AT+CPI ......................................................... 40
AT+CPIN .................................................... 140
AT+CPMS ................................................... 177
AT+CPOL ................................................... 120
AT+CPROT ................................................. 235
AT+CPWD .................................................. 136
AT+CR .......................................................... 90
AT+CRC ....................................................... 90
AT+CREG ................................................... 105
AT+CRES ................................................... 180
AT+CRLP ...................................................... 95
AT+CRMP .................................................. 165
AT+CRSL .................................................... 162
AT+CRSM .................................................. 160
AT+CSAS ................................................... 179
AT+CSCA ................................................... 179
AT+CSCS ..................................................... 89
AT+CSIL ..................................................... 153
AT+CSMS ................................................... 176
AT+CSQ ..................................................... 142
AT+CSSN ................................................... 115
AT+CUSD ................................................... 131
AT+CV120 .................................................... 91
AT+CVHU ..................................................... 38
AT+DR .......................................................... 53
AT+DS .......................................................... 52
AT+FCLASS ................................................. 56
AT+GCAP ..................................................... 31
AT+GCLIP .................................................... 85
AT+GMI ........................................................ 32
AT+GMM ...................................................... 32
AT+GMR ....................................................... 33
AT+ICF ......................................................... 49
AT+IFC ......................................................... 49
AT+ILRR ....................................................... 51
AT+IPR ......................................................... 50
AT+NREC ..................................................... 83
AT+VGM ....................................................... 83
AT+VGS ........................................................ 84
AT+VTS ........................................................ 92
AT+WS46 ..................................................... 55
ATA ............................................................... 34
ATD ............................................................... 35
ATD extension - Request GPRS Service ... 215
ATD extension - Request Packet
Domain IP Service .................................. 216
ATE ............................................................... 42
ATH ............................................................... 34
ATI ................................................................ 28
ATO .............................................................. 37
ATQ .............................................................. 46
ATS0 ............................................................. 43
ATS10 ........................................................... 45
ATS2 ............................................................. 43
335
ATS3 ............................................................. 43
ATS4 ............................................................. 44
ATS5 ............................................................. 44
ATS7 ............................................................. 45
ATV ............................................................... 46
ATX ............................................................... 47
ATZ ............................................................... 27
CSD .................................................................. 339
CTS ................................................................... 339
D
DCD .................................................................. 339
DCE .................................................................. 339
deck .................................................................. 339
default setting ................................................... 339
factory default settings .............................. 340
digital transmission ........................................... 339
DSR .................................................................. 340
DTE ................................................................... 340
DTR ................................................................... 340
E
EIA .................................................................... 340
Ensembles
C18 Fax class 1 ............................................ 56
C2 Control and Identification ....................... 27
C20 Audio control ........................................ 56
C25 GSM 07.10 ........................................... 57
C26 Accessory UI ........................................ 59
C27 Accessory UI ........................................ 60
C3 Call control ............................................. 34
C38 Bluetooth commands ........................... 81
C4 Interface commands ............................... 42
C6 Data compression .................................. 52
C9 Mode Management ................................ 55
S1 GSM DTE-DCE interface ........................ 89
S10 GSM mobile equipment error control . 175
S11 SMS and PDU mode .......................... 176
S15 GPRS packet domain ......................... 191
S16 Phonebook ......................................... 218
S18 GSM clock, date, and alarm handling 224
S19 GSM subscriber information ............... 228
S2 Call control .............................................. 89
S20 Ericsson specific AT commands
for GSM ...................................................... 229
S26 Voice control ....................................... 233
S27 OBEX .................................................. 235
S29 WAP browser ...................................... 236
S3 GSM data/fax .......................................... 94
S34 Internet account commands ............... 238
S35 Sony Ericsson commands
... 272, 309, 310, 314, 315, 319, 322, 326, 330
S4 Extended error reporting ......................... 97
S5 GSM HSCSD .......................................... 98
S6 GSM network services .......................... 104
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S7 GSM USSD ........................................... 131
S8 GSM facility lock ................................... 134
S9 Mobile equipment, control and status .. 139
EOL ................................................................... 340
EOM .................................................................. 340
EOP ................................................................... 340
escape code ..................................................... 340
F
fax class ............................................................ 340
final result code ................................................ 340
flow control ....................................................... 340
full duplex ......................................................... 341
G
gateway ............................................................ 341
GIF .................................................................... 341
H
half duplex ........................................................ 341
I
intermediate result code ................................... 341
intermediate result codes
+CHSR ....................................................... 103
+DR .............................................................. 54
+ILRR ........................................................... 52
IrDA ................................................................... 341
IrMC .................................................................. 341
ISDN .................................................................. 341
ISP .................................................................... 341
ITU-T ................................................................. 341
M
ME ..................................................................... 342
micro browser ................................................... 342
MMI ................................................................... 342
modem .............................................................. 342
MS ..................................................................... 342
O
OBEX ................................................................ 342
OBEX Formats
eMelody ...................................................... 301
iMelody ....................................................... 302
vCalendar ................................................... 305
vCARD ........................................................ 303
off hook ............................................................. 342
on hook ............................................................. 342
On-line data mode ............................................ 342
OTA ................................................................... 342
P
PDA ................................................................... 343
phone book ....................................................... 343
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PIN .................................................................... 342
protocols ........................................................... 343
R
result code ........................................................ 343
final ............................................................. 340
intermediate ............................................... 341
unsolicited .................................................. 344
RLP ................................................................... 343
RLSD ................................................................ 343
RS-232-C interface ........................................... 343
RTS ................................................................... 343
S
SC ..................................................................... 343
serial port .......................................................... 343
short message service ...................................... 344
SIM card ........................................................... 344
SIR .................................................................... 344
SM .................................................................... 344
T
TA ..................................................................... 344
TAE ................................................................... 344
TCP/IP .............................................................. 344
TE ..................................................................... 344
U
unsolicited result code ..................................... 344
unsolicited result codes
*CPII ............................................................. 41
*EBCA ........................................................ 232
*ECAV ......................................................... 171
*EDIF .......................................................... 127
*ELIP ........................................................... 124
*EOLP ......................................................... 125
*EPEV ......................................................... 232
*SEAAI .......................................................... 80
*SEAULSI ................................................... 298
*SEAVRCI ................................................... 299
*SEFEXP ..................................................... 297
*SEFUNCI ................................................... 298
*SEGUII ........................................................ 78
*SEMMII ..................................................... 299
*SEMOD ..................................................... 297
*SEREDI ..................................................... 298
*SESFI .......................................................... 80
*SETIRI ............................................... 320, 329
*SEVOLI ...................................................... 298
*STKI .......................................................... 172
*STKN ......................................................... 173
+BINP ........................................................... 87
+BSIR ........................................................... 87
+BVRA .......................................................... 86
+CALV ........................................................ 227
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+CBM ......................................................... 189
+CCCM ...................................................... 126
+CCWA ...................................................... 125
+CDIP ......................................................... 129
+CDS .......................................................... 190
+CGEV ........................................................ 216
+CGREG ..................................................... 217
+CIEV ......................................................... 171
+CKEV ........................................................ 170
+CLIP ......................................................... 123
+CME ........................................................... 92
+CMT .......................................................... 190
+CMTI ......................................................... 190
+COLP ........................................................ 129
+CR .............................................................. 92
+CREG ....................................................... 122
+CRING ........................................................ 93
+CSSI ......................................................... 125
+CSSU ....................................................... 126
+CUSD ....................................................... 133
+GCLIP ......................................................... 88
+VGM ........................................................... 86
+VGS ............................................................ 86
V
V.22bis .............................................................. 344
V.27ter ............................................................... 344
V.42bis .............................................................. 344
vCalendar .......................................................... 345
vCard ................................................................ 345
vEvent ............................................................... 345
W
WAP .................................................................. 345
WAP Application ............................................... 345
WAP service ...................................................... 345
WBMP ............................................................... 345
WML .................................................................. 345
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Glossary
3GPP
3rd Generation Partnership Project. http://www.3gpp.org
Analog
An analog signal can have any value between two limits. For example, traditional
telephone lines transfer the human voice, itself an analogue signal, by means of a
continuously varying electrical voltage. This voltage is an electrical representation of
the pressure produced by the sound on the telephone microphone.
ASCII
Acronym for American Standard Code for Information Interchange. A standard code
used for transferring data between computers and associated equipment.
Asynchronous communication
Data communication in which data elements are NOT separated according to time.
Instead, a special code such as a start bit and a stop bit is used. By using a code, in
lieu of time, asynchronous communication is more tolerant of time variations and
complex timing circuits are not needed. The serial port and the COM port of a
computer are associated with asynchronous communication, as is the RS-232-C
interface. Also some end to end modem protocols are asynchronous.
AT
Abbreviation for Attention and tells the phone modem that a command follows. AT
must be used at the beginning of a command line or dial string.
AT command set
The set of commands used to control the modem.
Auto-answer mode
The state in which the modem automatically answers the telephone when it rings.
Beam
Sending an item to another phone or a compatible application using the infrared link.
This can include ring signals, calendar entries and business cards.
Bearer
The method for accessing WAP from the phone, for example GSM Data (CSD) and
SMS.
Bluetooth
Secure, fast, point-to-multipoint radio connection technology.
http://www.bluetooth.com
bps
Acronym for ‘bits per second’ (bits/s). A measure of speed at which bits are
transmitted over the telephone lines.
BTHF
Bluetooth Handsfree
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Card
A single WML unit of navigation and user interface. May contain information to present
to the user, instructions for gathering user input, and so on.
Carrier
The frequency used by two connecting modems to transmit and receive data.
CCITT
Consultative Committee for International Telephony and Telegraphy. A Europeanbased advisory committee established by the United Nations to recommend
international communication protocol standards.
CD
Carrier Detect. An EIA232 signal sent from the phone modem to your computer,
usually indicating that the modem has detected a carrier signal over the
communications line.
Command line
A line of alphanumeric characters sent to the modem to instruct the modem to perform
the commands specified in the line of characters.
COM (communications) port
The name allocated to the serial port through which digital signals are exchanged
between the computer and a serial peripheral. For example COM1 and COM2.
CSD
Circuit Switched Data
CTS
Clear To Send. An EIA232 signal sent from a modem to the computer, usually
indicating that the modem is ready to receive data.
DCD
Data Carrier Connect. See AT&C.
DCE
Data Communications Equipment. This term applies to modems and to other
equipment that provide communication between data terminal equipment and the
telephone line.
Deck
A collection of WML cards.
Default value
A setting that the modem will use unless specified otherwise.
Digital transmission
A digital signal can have only two values. These can, for example, be ON and OFF,
HIGH and LOW or 0 and 1. A digital signal is usually transferred by means of a voltage
which is either HIGH or LOW. Conventional modems communicate by means of audio
tones which can use the analog telephone network. The modem links through your
mobile telephone to a digital network and therefore has no need to use audio
encoding. However, when you use your mobile telephone for a voice call, the analog
signal from the microphone must be converted into a digital signal.
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This is done by a converter which samples the signal voltage several thousand times
per second. Each sample is converted into a binary number which represents the
voltage at that instant, for example, 10011010, and the binary numbers are sent as a
serial stream down the digital network.
DSR
Data Set Ready. An EIA232 signal sent from the modem to the computer, usually
indicating that the modem is ready to establish a connection.
DTE
Data Terminal Equipment. The equipment that provides data, such as a computer or
terminal.
DTMF
Dial Tone Multi-Frequency
DTR
Data Terminal Ready. An EIA232 signal sent from the computer to the modem, usually
indicating that the computer is ready to begin communication.
EIA
Electronics Industries Association. A U.S. based group that forms technical standards
and coordinates ITU-TCCITT activities in the United States.
EMAE
End Mobile Accessory Equipment
EOL
End of line
EOP
End of page
EOM
End of message
Escape code
A series of three consecutive characters (default is +++) sent to the modem, causing it
to exit online data mode and enter online command mode.
Factory default settings
The profile configuration that is in effect when the modem is shipped from the factory.
Fax Class
Standards for fax transmission are set as classes. Class I and II allow data transfer
speeds ranging from 2400 bps to 9600 bps.
Final result code
A message sent from the modem to inform the PC that execution of an entered AT
command has been completed. Examples are OK and ERROR.
Flow control
The use of characters or EIA232 signals to start and stop the flow of data to avoid data
loss during buffering.
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Full duplex
Communication involving data transmitted in two directions simultaneously.
Gateway
A WAP Gateway typically includes the following functionality:
• A Protocol Gateway. The protocol gateway translates requests from the WAP
protocol stack to the WWW protocol stack (HTTP and TCP/IP)
• Content Encoders and Decoders. The content encoders translate Web content into
compact encoded formats to reduce the size and number of packets travelling over
the wireless data network
GIF
Graphics Interchange Format
Half duplex
Communication involving data being transmitted in two directions, but not at the same
time.
HF
Handsfree
HSCSD
High Speed Circuit-Swithced Data
IMAE
Intermediate Mobile Accessory Equipment
Intermediate result code
Information sent from the modem to the PC as a response to an executed AT
command. Intermediate result codes are always followed by a final result code. For
example +CBC: 0,100.
IrMC
Infrared Mobile Communications standard.
IrDA
Infrared Data Association. http://www.irda.org
ISDN
The term used to refer to the digital public switched telephone network.
ISP
Internet Service Provider
ITU-T
The ITU Telecommunication Standardisation Sector (ITU-T), is a permanent organ of
the International Telecommunication Union. The ITU-T is responsible for studying
technical, operating and tariff questions and issuing Recommendations on them with a
view to standardising telecommunication on a worldwide basis.
As a consequence of a reform process within the International Telecommunication
Union (ITU), the CCITT ceased to exist as of 28 February 1993. In its place the ITU
Telecommunication Standardisation Sector (ITU-T) was created as of 1 March 1993.
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MMI
Man-Machine Interface
ME
Mobile Equipment. The Sony Ericsson wireless terminal, excluding the SIM card, which
in most cases is a mobile phone.
Micro browser
Accesses and displays the Internet contents in your mobile phone, just as an ordinary
browser does in your computer. The micro browser uses small file sizes and the
bandwidth of the wireless handheld-network.
Modem
Modulator-Demodulator. A device that converts digital signals to analog for
transmission over telephone lines, then converts them back to digital at the other end
of the line.
MS
Mobile Station. This is the Sony Ericsson wireless terminal being controlled through the
set of commands described in this document.
MSISDN
Mobile Station International Subscriber Directory Number
MT
Mobile Telephone
OBEX
The OBEX specification consists of two major parts: a protocol and an application
framework. The OBEX protocol is a session level protocol that specifies the structure
for the conversation between devices. It also contains a model for representing
objects. The OBEX application framework is built on top of the OBEX protocol. Its main
purpose is to facilitate interoperability between devices using the OBEX protocol.
Please refer to http://www.irda.org.
Off hook
The modem state similar to picking up a telephone receiver. The modem goes off hook
to dial or answer and remains off hook while connected.
Offline command mode
The operational state in which the modem can accept typed commands.
On hook
The modem state similar to hanging up a telephone receiver.
Online data mode
The state the modem is in when transmitting or receiving data over the telephone line.
OTA
Over-the-Air configuration. To provide settings for the phone by sending an SMS
message over the network to the phone. This reduces the need for the user to
configure the phone manually.
PIN
Personal Identification Number
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PDA
Personal Digital Assistant
PDP
Packet Data Protocol
PDU
Protocol Description Unit
Phone Book
A memory in your mobile phone or SIM card where phone numbers can be stored and
accessed by name or position.
Protocols
The rules or procedures all modems must follow to communicate.
QoS
Quality of Service
Result code
A message the modem sends to the computer containing information about the state
of the modem.
RLP
Radio Link Protocol, an error correction protocol used during radio link connections.
RLSD
Received Line Signal Detect. See AT&C.
RTS
Request To Send. An EIA232 signal sent from the computer to the modem, usually
indicating that the computer is ready to send data to the modem.
RS-232-C interface
A communication standard established by the Electronics Industry Association
(Recommended Standard number 232, revision C). Originally established to
standardise communication between computer and modem. It was later adapted to
become a popular standard for communication between computer and any other
peripheral equipment, including other computers.
SAP
Service Access Point
SC
Service Centre (for SMS)
SDU
Service Data Unit
Serial port
The port through which digital signals are exchanged between the modem and the
computer.
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Short message service (SMS)
A text messaging service permitting the transmission of up to 160 characters to a
facsimile, X400, telex and voice services or mobile phone.
SIM card
Subscriber Identity Module card. It is a card that must be inserted in any GSM-based
mobile phone. It contains subscriber details, security information and memory for a
personal directory of numbers. The card can be a small plug-in type or credit cardsized but both types have the same functions. Your phone uses the small plug-in card.
SIR
Serial Infrared
SM
1. Short Message
2. SIM message storage.
Synchronous Communication:
V.22bis
ITU-T standard for 2400 bps.
V.27ter
ITU-T standard for 4800 bps full-duplex modems connected to switched telephone
networks.
V.29
ITU-T standard for 9600 bps half-duplex modems included in FAX machines.
V.42bis
ITU-T standard for the compression of asynchronous data. V.42bis is based on a
dictionary that looks up common strings and replaces the strings with code words.
This reduces the amount of characters actually being transmitted. V.42bis has been
found to be most effective for file transfers that contain long strings of repetitive
information and least effective for short strings of unique data. It requires LAPM,
MNP2, MNP3 or MNP4 as error correcting.
TA
Terminal Adaptor, which in most cases is a PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory
Card International Association) card.
TAE
Terminal Adaptor Equipment
TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
TE
Terminal Equipment, which in most cases is a computer.
Unsolicited result code
A message sent from the modem to the PC that is not a response to an executed AT
command. For example RING.
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vCalendar
vCalendar and vEvent define a transport- and platform-independent format for
exchanging calendar and scheduling information for use in PIMs/ PDAs and group
schedulers. vCalendar and vEvent are specified by IMC and can be further studied at
http://www.imc.org.
vCard
vCard automates the exchange of personal information typically found on a traditional
business card, for use in applications such as Internet mail, voice mail, Web browsers,
telephony applications, call centres, video conferencing, PIMs/PDAs, pagers, fax,
office equipment and smart cards. vCard is specified by IMC at http://www.imc.org.
vEvent
See vCalendar.
WAP
Wireless Application Protocol. Handheld devices, low bandwidth, binary coded, a
deck/card metaphor to specify a service. A card is typically a unit of interaction with
the user, that is, either presentation of information or request for information from the
user. A collection of cards is called a deck, which usually constitutes a service.
WAP Application
A collection of WML cards, with the new context attribute set in the entry card.
WAP service
A WML application residing on a Web site.
WBMP
WAP Bitmap
WML
Wireless Markup Language. A markup language used for authoring services, fulfilling
the same purpose as HyperText Markup Language (HTML) on the World Wide Web
(WWW). In contrast to HTML, WML is designed to fit small handheld devices.
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