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How to send and receive SMS via AT-Command with nokia E63 ?



 
 
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Old November 24th 15, 10:02 PM posted to alt.cellular.gsm
John Henderson[_2_]
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dongtrien wrote:

I want to ask the phone number you are using you can see the date of
registration of the telephone number you are every day through the AT
command ?


Dates of events is not information which is normally stored on the phone or
SIM. Exceptions would include SMS and call date/times.

So I wonder if the information you want might be available through USSD
(Unstructures Supplementary Service Data). If it is, we should be able to
read it using AT commands.

Have you seen the information you want on your phone's screen? If so, what
did you enter on the phone's keypad to get the information.

Otherwise, please tell me the first five digits of your SIM's IMSI, and I'll
see what USSD codes I can find for your provider.

That's the five digits on the left in the result from:

AT+CIMI

John


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Old December 2nd 15, 08:53 AM
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Thank you for helping me
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Old December 2nd 15, 07:36 PM posted to alt.cellular.gsm
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dongtrien wrote:

Thank you for helping me


You are welcome. I hope all your questions have been answered and all of
your problems solved.

John
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Old December 4th 15, 08:11 AM
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Quote:
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dongtrien wrote:

Thank you for helping me


You are welcome. I hope all your questions have been answered and all of
your problems solved.

John
I was one more question after I sent a message successfully. I use command at: at+cmgr=2 to get (or check) the message successfully status but it's error. you know why not ? follow you no way to get the status message sent with success ?
Code:
AT
OK

AT+CMGF=1
OK

AT+CMGS="0196704xxxx"
 you sent something... + char(26) (or CTRL-Z)
OK

at+cmgr=2 
ERROR        // warning error here

Last edited by dongtrien : December 4th 15 at 08:16 AM.
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Old December 4th 15, 08:21 PM posted to alt.cellular.gsm
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Default How to send and receive SMS via AT-Command with nokia E63 ?

dongtrien wrote:

I was one more question after I sent a message successfully. I use
command at: at+cmgr=2 to get (or check) the message successfully status
but it's error. you know why not ? follow you no way to get the status
message sent with success ?

Code:
--------------------

AT
OK

AT+CMGF=1
OK

AT+CMGS="0196704xxxx"
you sent something... + char(26) (or CTRL-Z)

OK

at+cmgr=2
ERROR // warning error here

--------------------


The command AT+CMGR=2 reads the message with an index of "2" from
whatever message storage you've presently got set. In your case, it seems
that there's no message stored there with an index of "2".

When you sent the message with your AT+CMGF command, you will have got a
message reference number mr in a result:

+CMGS: mr

The fact that you've received an mr number means that your SMS was sent
successfully. It was accepted by the SMSC and delivery attempts will start
in due course.

Note that index and mr are entirely different things, and bear
absolutely no relationship to each other.

What exactly are you trying to do when you issue the AT+CMGR=2 command?

Are you trying to find out whether your message reference mr has been
delivered yet?

John

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Old December 6th 15, 10:14 AM
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I did it. when I send many messages, the first good run but the 2nd repeated with a different phone number will be error: "No data received from phone", I have increased 10-fold time but still getting this error, if I send each message is good but sent many will fail. What advice do you have for me ? I do not understand why this error occurred

according to the document my reading it will come out as the code below
Code:
at+stgi=8

+STGI: ""
OK

at
OK

+STIN: 99

+CMTI: "SM",1
but when I run in C# it exported STIN: 1
I do not get STIN: 99 and +CMTI: "SM",1
Code:
at+stgi=8

+STGI: ""
OK

at
OK

+STIN: 1

Last edited by dongtrien : December 7th 15 at 02:56 AM.
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Old December 8th 15, 10:05 PM posted to alt.cellular.gsm
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dongtrien wrote:

I did it. when I send many messages, the first good run but the 2nd
repeated with a different phone number will be error: "No data received
from phone", I have increased 10-fold time but still getting this error,
if I send each message is good but sent many will fail. What advice do
you have for me ? I do not understand why this error occurred


I don't really know where to begin.

You did give some code earlier, but it is incomplete. And the programming
language is not one I use myself, so I'm unsure about the finer points of
syntax.

As I understand it, the phone interface has become silent, and you are
getting no characters back from it at all. Is this correct? And if so,
what have you got to do to get it running again? Restart your software, or
restart your phone?

Are you opening the AT command port more than once? If so, are you closing
it before you open it again?

Did you write this software yourself? Or are you trying to adapt something
from another source? If you wrote it all yourself, you should know enough
to insert some debugging print statements to help narrow down the area of
code that's close to where the problem becomes apparent.

John
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Old December 9th 15, 01:41 AM
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I have not experienced in script at, I read the document and then write code with C#. I've found the cause the export notification code below via HyperTerminal, but I do not know why this command output: "+CMTI: "SM", 1" ? Can you help me understand the script at ? do you know the script at any command can be output: "+CMTI: "SM", 1" ?
Code:
...
+STGI: ""
OK

at
OK

+STIN: 1

+STIN: 98

+STIN: 99
  #29  
Old December 9th 15, 07:17 AM posted to alt.cellular.gsm
John Henderson[_2_]
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dongtrien wrote:

I have not experienced in script at, I read the document and then write
code with C#. I've found the cause the export notification code below
via HyperTerminal, but I do not know why this command output: "+CMTI:
"SM", 1" ? Can you help me understand the script at ? do you know the
script at any command can be output: "+CMTI: "SM", 1" ?


That's an unsolicited result which results from your AT+CNMI settings.

It's telling you that an SMS has arrived, that it is stored on the SIM, and
that its index value is 1.

What does

AT+CNMI?

return?

John
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Old December 10th 15, 07:01 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by John Henderson[_2_] View Post
That's an unsolicited result which results from your AT+CNMI settings.

It's telling you that an SMS has arrived, that it is stored on the SIM, and
that its index value is 1.

What does

AT+CNMI?

return?

John
I tried to order at which you just help me, resulting in lower
Code:
at

OK


at+cnmi

ERROR


at+cnmi?
+CNMI: 0,1,0,0,0
OK


at+cnmi=?
+CNMI: (0-3),(0-3),(0-3),(0-2),(0,1)
OK
compare with document my reading is not the same: "+CMTI: "SM", 1"
I typed syntax: at+cnmi are correct okay with the error message ?
 




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