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AT Command Set for
Nokia GSM Products

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AT Command Set for Nokia GSM Products

Table of Contents:
Introduction ................................................................ 3
AT Command Syntax ................................................. 4
Command Line ...........................................................................4
Information Responses and Result Codes..................................5
Command Line and Response Formatting Commands...............5

AT Commands for Nokia GSM Products .................... 6
In Alphabetical Order ..................................................................6
In Functional Groups ................................................................63

Error Values ............................................................. 66
+CME Error Values...................................................................66
+CMS Error Values...................................................................71

Result Codes............................................................ 75
Supported Standards ............................................... 82
Abbreviations ........................................................... 83

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Introduction
This document describes the AT commands that may be used with Nokia GSM
products operating in the GSM network (including also DCS1800 and PCS1900). A
short description, the syntax, the possible setting values and responses of the AT
commands are presented.
Some AT commands are not supported by all Nokia GSM products. Giving a
command which is not supported by the product causes an error response. Also,
some command parameters may not be supported by all the products, and using
those parameters causes an error response.
Computers use AT commands to communicate with modems. Most communications
applications, however, have a user friendly interface that hides these AT command
from the user. You issue AT commands via your communications application. When
the software in the Nokia product has received an AT command, it responds with a
message that is displayed on the screen of the device you are using.
Note that the " AT " or " at " prefix must be included at the beginning of each command
line.

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AT Command Syntax
Note that the " AT " or " at " prefix must be included at the beginning of each command
line. You may type several AT commands on the same line, and in such cases you
need to type the " AT " or " at " prefix only at the beginning of the command line.
The marking & lt; n & gt; used in a command syntax is the setting value typed in as a part of
the command. If the value is optional it is enclosed into square brackets. When you
select a setting value with an AT command, the setting is valid until you change it.
Some AT commands are not supported by all Nokia's products. Giving a command
which is not supported causes an error response. Also, some command parameters
may not be supported by all the products, and using those parameters causes an
error response.

Command Line
See figure below for general structure of a command line.

Basic structure of a command line
(ETSI, GSM 07.07 version 5.4.0, chapter 4.1.)
Standardized basic commands are found only in V.25ter. GSM commands use
syntax rules of extended commands. Every extended command has a test command
(=?) to test the existence of the command and to give information about the type of
its subparameters. Parameter type commands also have a read command (?) to
check the current values of subparameters. Action type commands do not store the
values of any of their possible subparameters, and therefore do not have a read
command.
If verbose responses are enabled with command V1 (see page 62) and all
commands in a command line has been performed successfully, result code
& lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; OK & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; is sent from the TA to the TE. If numeric responses are
enabled with command V0 (see page 62), result code 0 & lt; CR & gt; is sent instead.
If verbose responses are enabled with command V1 and subparameter values of a
command are not accepted by the TA (or command itself is invalid, or command
cannot be performed for some reason), result code & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; ERROR & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; is
sent to the TE and no subsequent commands in the command line are processed. If
numeric responses are enabled with command V0, result code 4 & lt; CR & gt; is sent
instead. ERROR (or 4) response may be replaced by +CME ERROR: & lt; err & gt; or +CMS
ERROR: & lt; err & gt; when the command was not processed due to an error related to ME
or network operation.

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Information Responses and Result Codes
The TA response for the example command line in the figure above could be as
shown below. Here, the verbose response format is enabled with command V1 (see
page 62). If numeric format V0 would have been used, & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; headers of
information responses would have been left out and final result code changed to
0 & lt; CR & gt; .

Response to a command line
(ETSI, GSM 07.07 version 5.4.0, chapter 4.2.)
So called intermediate result codes inform about progress of TA operation (e.g.
connection establishment CONNECT), and so called unsolicited result codes indicate
occurrence of an event not directly associated with issuance of a command from TE
(e.g. ring indication RING).

Command Line and Response Formatting Commands
The table below summarizes the commands relating to command line and response
formatting. All are applicable to GSM terminals.
Command
S3= & lt; value & gt;
S4= & lt; value & gt;
S5= & lt; value & gt;
E & lt; value & gt;
Q & lt; value & gt;
V & lt; value & gt;
X & lt; value & gt;

See page
59
60
60
57
59
62
62

+CMEE= & lt; n & gt;

25

Description
command line termination character
response formatting character
command line editing character
command echo
result code suppression
TA response format
defines CONNECT result code format;
values manufacturer specific
ME error reporting control

Sources:
GSM 07.07: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+); AT command set
for GSM Mobile Equipment (ME); version 5.40; Oct 1997.
ITU-T Recommendation V.25ter - Serial asynchronous automatic dialling and control;
Aug 1995, section 5.

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AT Commands for Nokia GSM Products
In Alphabetical Order
A/ Repeat Last Command Line....................................................................................9
? Help ..........................................................................................................................9
& C Define DCD Usage [circuit 109 (RLSD) behaviour] ...............................................9
& D Define DTR Usage [circuit 108 (DTR) behaviour]..................................................9
& F Restore Factory Settings........................................................................................9
& K Select Flow Control................................................................................................9
& Q Define Communications Mode Option .................................................................10
& S Define DSR Option ..............................................................................................10
& V View Active Configuration ....................................................................................10
& W Store Configuration.............................................................................................10
& Y Select Power-Up Configuration............................................................................10
*C SMS Interpreter Mode ..........................................................................................11
*NOKIAAUD Card Phone Audio Configuration ..........................................................11
*NOKIATEST Connection Test..................................................................................11
*V V.25bis Interpreter Mode ......................................................................................11
+++ Escape ...............................................................................................................11
+CALA Alarm.............................................................................................................11
+CAOC Advice of Charge..........................................................................................12
+CBC Battery Charge................................................................................................12
+CBST Select Bearer Service Type ..........................................................................13
+CCFC Call Forwarding Number and Conditions ......................................................14
+CCLK Clock .............................................................................................................15
+CCUG Closed User Group ......................................................................................15
+CCWA Call Waiting .................................................................................................16
+CEER Extended Error Report..................................................................................16
+CESP Enter SMS Block Mode Protocol...................................................................17
+CFUN Set Phone Functionality................................................................................17
+CGMI Request ME Manufacturer Identification .......................................................17
+CGMM Request ME Model Identification.................................................................17
+CGMR Request ME Revision Identification .............................................................17
+CGSN Request ME Serial Number Identification ....................................................18
+CHLD Call Related Supplementary Services ..........................................................18
+CHSC HSCSD Current Call Parameters .................................................................18
+CHSD HSCSD Device Parameters .........................................................................19
+CHSN HSCSD Non-Transparent Call Configuration ...............................................19
+CHSR Current Call Parameters Reporting ..............................................................20
+CHST HSCSD Transparent Call Configuration .......................................................20
+CHUP Hang Up Call ................................................................................................20
+CIMI Request International Mobile Subscriber Identity............................................21
+CIND Indicator Control ............................................................................................21
+CKPD Keypad Control.............................................................................................21
+CLCC List Current Calls ..........................................................................................22
+CLCK Facility Lock ..................................................................................................22
+CLIP Calling Line Identification Presentation...........................................................24
+CLIR Calling Line Identification Restriction..............................................................24
+CMEC ME Control Mode .........................................................................................24
+CMEE Report Mobile Equipment Error....................................................................25
+CMER ME Event Reporting.....................................................................................25
+CMGC Send Command...........................................................................................26
+CMGD Delete Message...........................................................................................27
+CMGF Message Format ..........................................................................................27
+CMGL List Messages ..............................................................................................28
+CMGR Read Message ............................................................................................28
+CMGS Send Message.............................................................................................29
+CMGW Write Message to Memory ..........................................................................30

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+CMMS More Messages to Send..............................................................................30
+CMOD Call Mode ....................................................................................................30
+CMSS Send Message from Storage........................................................................31
+CNMA New Message Acknowledgement to ME/TA ................................................31
+CNMI New Message Indications to TE ....................................................................32
+CNUM Subscriber Number......................................................................................32
+COLP Connected Line Identification Presentation ..................................................33
+COPS Operator Selection .......................................................................................33
+CPAS Phone Activity Status....................................................................................34
+CPBF Find Phone Book Entries ..............................................................................35
+CPBR Read Phone Book Entries ............................................................................35
+CPBS Select Phone Book Memory Storage............................................................36
+CPBW Write Phone Book Entry ..............................................................................36
+CPIN Enter PIN .......................................................................................................37
+CPMS Preferred Message Storage .........................................................................37
+CPWC ME Power Class Control .............................................................................38
+CPWD Change Password .......................................................................................38
+CR Service Reporting Control .................................................................................39
+CRC Cellular Result Codes .....................................................................................39
+CREG Network Registration....................................................................................39
+CRES Restore Settings ...........................................................................................40
+CRLP Radio Link Protocol.......................................................................................41
+CSAS Save Settings................................................................................................41
+CSCA Service Centre Address................................................................................42
+CSCB Select Cell Broadcast Message Types .........................................................42
+CSCS Select TE Character Set...............................................................................42
+CSDH Show Text Mode Parameters .......................................................................43
+CSMP Set Text Mode Parameters ..........................................................................43
+CSMS Select Message Service...............................................................................44
+CSNS Single Numbering Scheme ...........................................................................44
+CSQ Signal Quality..................................................................................................45
+CSSN Supplementary Service Notifications ............................................................45
+CSTA Select Type of Address.................................................................................46
+CTFR Call Deflection...............................................................................................46
+CUSD Unstructured Supplementary Service Data ..................................................47
+DR Data Compression Reporting ............................................................................48
+DS Data Compression.............................................................................................48
+EB Break Handling in Error Control Operation ........................................................49
+EFCS 32-bit Frame Check Sequence .....................................................................49
+ER Error Control Reporting .....................................................................................50
+ES Error Control Selection ......................................................................................50
+ESR Selective Repeat .............................................................................................51
+ETBM Call Termination Buffer Management ...........................................................51
+GCAP Request Complete Capabilities List..............................................................52
+GMI Request TA Manufacturer Identification...........................................................52
+GMM Request TA Model Identification ....................................................................52
+GMR Request TA Revision Identification ................................................................52
+GSN Request TA Serial Number Identification ........................................................52
+ICF DTE-DCE Character Framing ...........................................................................53
+IFC DTE-DCE Local Flow Control ...........................................................................53
+ILRR DTE-DCE Local Rate Reporting.....................................................................54
+IPR Fixed DTE Rate ................................................................................................54
+VTS DTMF Generation............................................................................................54
+WS46 Select Wireless Network ...............................................................................55

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A Answer ...................................................................................................................55
B Communications Standard Option (CCITT/Bell mode)...........................................55
D Dial.........................................................................................................................55
E Command Echo .....................................................................................................57
Fax Commands .........................................................................................................57
H Hang Up Call..........................................................................................................57
I Request Identification Information ...........................................................................58
In-Band Actions from DTE to DCE ............................................................................58
L Monitor Speaker Loudness.....................................................................................58
M Monitor Speaker Mode ..........................................................................................58
O Return to On-Line Data State ................................................................................58
P Select Pulse Dialling ..............................................................................................59
Q Result Code Suppression ......................................................................................59
S0 Automatic Answer ................................................................................................59
S1 Ring Count ...........................................................................................................59
S2 Escape Code Character .......................................................................................59
S3 Command Line Termination Character ................................................................59
S4 Response Formatting Character ..........................................................................60
S5 Command Line Editing Character ........................................................................60
S6 Pause Before Blind Dialling..................................................................................60
S7 Connection Completion Timeout ..........................................................................60
S8 Comma Dial Modifier Time...................................................................................60
S10 Automatic Disconnect Delay ..............................................................................61
S12 Escape Guard Time ...........................................................................................61
S25 Detect DTR Change Time ..................................................................................61
S46 Force V.42bis Data Compression ......................................................................61
S47 Force Fax Class 2/2.0 Error Correction Mode....................................................61
T Select Tone Dialling ...............................................................................................61
V Define DCE Response Format...............................................................................62
X Result Code Selection............................................................................................62
Z Reset to Default Configuration ...............................................................................62

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A/ Repeat Last Command Line
A/ can be used as the first characters in a command line replacing normal AT. Also
lowercase (a/) accepted. (V.25ter section 5.2.4.)

? Help
Returns information about implemented AT commands. Responses are product
specific.
Syntax:
AT?[ & lt; n & gt; ]

Must be given right after AT.

& C Define DCD Usage [circuit 109 (RLSD) behaviour]
This command determines how the state of the DCD V.24 signal relates to the
detection on received line signal from the distant end. (V.25ter section 6.2.8.)
Syntax:
AT & C[0]
AT & C1

Keep DCD always ON.
Enable normal DCD usage. This is the
default option.

& D Define DTR Usage [circuit 108 (DTR) behaviour]
This command defines how the DTR V.24 signal from the DTE is handled. Command
& Q effect is present only when & Q is implemented. (V.25ter section 6.2.9.)
Syntax:
AT & D[0]

AT & D1

AT & D2
AT & D3

DTR is ignored if & Q0 is selected. DTR
ON-OFF hangs up call if & Q2 is selected.
( & Q effect is a de facto feature.)
DTR ON-OFF causes a transition to online command state, if there is call in
progress.
DTR ON-OFF hangs up the call. This is
the default option.
DTR ON-OFF hangs up the call and
resets the data parameters to the start-up
values (like command Z). This is a de
facto feature.

& F Restore Factory Settings
This command restores all the factory settings including all the S-register settings but
does not save them. Command parameters (if implemented) that are reset to their
factory defaults are: S3, S4, S5, E, Q, V, X, & C, & D, +IFC, +ILRR, S25, & S, & Q,
+CSCS, S0, S7, S8, S10, +DS, +DR, +ES, +EB, +ESR, +EFCS, +ER, +ETBM, S2,
S12, +CSTA, +CMOD, +CBST, +CRLP, +CR, +CRC, +CSNS, +CHST, +CHSN,
+CVHU, +CREG, +COPS (only & lt; format & gt; ), +CLIP, +CLIR, +COLP, +CCUG, +CCWA
(only & lt; n & gt; ), +CUSD (only & lt; n & gt; ), +CSSN, +CMEC, +CMER, +CPBS, +CMEE, +CSMS,
+CPMS, +CMGF, +CSCA, +CSMP, +CSDH, +CSCB, +CNMI, +VGT, +VLS. (V.25ter
section 6.1.2.)
Syntax:
AT & F[0]

Restore factory settings.

& K Select Flow Control
This command selects the local flow control mode. This command changes the same
setting as +IFC. Use of +IFC is recommended. (De facto.)
Syntax:
AT & K[0]
AT & K3
AT & K4

Disable flow control.
Set hardware flow control (CTS/RTS).
This is the default option.
Set software flow control (XON/XOFF)

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& Q Define Communications Mode Option
This command defines the dialling and on-line options. (De facto.)
Syntax:
AT & Q[0]
AT & Q2

Enable normal asynchronous operation.
This is the default option.
Enable DTR controlled dial. DTR OFF to
ON causes a call to be made to the
number stored in the TA dial slot zero.
DTR ON to OFF hangs up the call.

& S Define DSR Option
This command defines how the DSR V.24 signal is handled. For some products this
command is a dummy. In these cases, either the DSR is always ON, or the DSR
follows the DTR. (De facto.)
Syntax:
AT & S[0]
AT & S1

Keep DSR always ON.
Enable normal DSR usage. This is the
default option.

& V View Active Configuration
This command displays the current values of the S-registers. Values 1 and 2 shall be
present only when stored profiles are supported. Response format is product specific,
but it must fit in a 80x24 character display and all command parameters stored in a
profile must be shown as 'command name'-'values of parameters' pairs (e.g. S7:80).
(V.25ter section 6.1.2.)
Syntax:
AT & V[0]

AT & V1

AT & V2

View active configuration. (All command
parameter values defined under & F and
& Y settings).
Show settings in stored profile 0. (All
command parameter values defined under
& W).
Show settings in stored profile 1. (All
command parameter values defined under
& W).

& W Store Configuration
This command stores the current settings to one of two user profiles. Command
parameters (if implemented) that are stored to a profile are the same as listed under
the command & F (see page 9) except the parameters of the following commands
which are not stored: +CMOD, +CSCA, +CSMP. (De facto.)
Syntax:
AT & W[0]
AT & W1

Store settings to user profile 0.
Store settings to user profile 1.

& Y Select Power-Up Configuration
This command defines from which user profile (0 or 1) parameters are loaded when
the product is activated. This setting is not included in the settings that are stored in a
user profile. The command & F does not affect this setting. (De facto.)
Syntax:
AT & Y[0]
AT & Y1

Parameters are loaded from user profile 0.
Parameters are loaded from user profile 1.

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*C SMS Interpreter Mode
Syntax:
AT*C

Enter easy-to-use SMS interpreter.

*NOKIAAUD Card Phone Audio Configuration
When you use the AT command interface with the Nokia Card Phone, this command
must be sent before the first voice call is initiated. It can also be sent during a voice
call if the configuration is changed
Syntax:
*NOKIAAUD= & lt; am & gt; , & lt; txgl & gt; , & lt; rxgl & gt; , & lt; bus & gt; , & lt; hos & gt; , & lt; d & gt;
Optional Parameters:
& lt; am & gt; :

& lt; txgl & gt; :
& lt; rxgl & gt; :
& lt; bus & gt; :
& lt; hos & gt; :

& lt; d & gt; :

audio mode bit mask as an integer (bit7=
tx suppressor (1) or acoustic echo
canceller (0), bit6=Tx comfort noise on/off,
bit1=handsfree mode on/off, bit0=head set
mode on/off)
tx attenuator gain limit in dB; no effect
when acoustic echo canceller selected
rx attenuator gain limit in dB; no effect
when acoustic echo canceller selected
build-up speed in 0.1 dB / 20 ms; no effect
when acoustic echo canceller selected
hang-over speed in 0.1 dB / 20 ms; no
effect when acoustic echo canceller
selected
delay; in number of frames when tx
suppressor selected (must be less than 30
frames), otherwise in number of samples
(must be less than 110 samples)

*NOKIATEST Connection Test
Syntax:
AT*NOKIATEST

Returns OK if ME is connected to TA,
otherwise ERROR.

*V V.25bis Interpreter Mode
Syntax:
AT*V

Enter V.25bis interpreter.

+++ Escape
During on-line data state, the online command state can be entered by giving three
same characters in a sequence. The character is defined by S-register S2. The
default character is '+'. Before and after the sequence there must be a pause of at
least the time defined by S-register S12. By setting S12 to zero, escape sequence
detection can be disabled. (De facto.)
Syntax:
+++

Enter on-line command state.
'+' is default character.

+CALA Alarm
Sets and reads the list of alarms in the ME. If & lt; type & gt; indicates a daily alarm time,
only hour and minute fields of & lt; time & gt; are used (in responses, rest are set to zero). If
time zone is not supported, it is ignored when 'set' command is used, and 'read'
command does not return the time zone characters in & lt; time & gt; . Alarm is disabled
when it is set with & lt; type & gt; =0. Disabled alarms are not returned by 'read' command.
(GSM 07.07 section 8.16.)
For some products: & lt; n & gt; =0 and & lt; type & gt; =1 refer to the daily alarm.
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Syntax:
AT+CALA= & lt; time & gt; , & lt; n & gt; , & lt; type & gt; , & lt; text & gt;
AT+CALA?

AT+CALA=?

The default option is [,1,0, " " ].
Query current setting.
Response is [+CALA:
& lt; time & gt; , & lt; n1 & gt; , & lt; type & gt; ,[ & lt; text & gt; ]
[ & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; +CALA:
& lt; time & gt; , & lt; n2 & gt; , & lt; type & gt; ,[ & lt; text & gt; ] [...]]]
Show supported values. Response is
+CALA: (list of supported & lt; time & gt; 's), (list of
supported & lt; n2 & gt; 's), (list of supported
& lt; type & gt; 's)

Parameters:
& lt; time & gt; : refer to command +CCLK (see page 15)
& lt; n & gt; : integer type value indicating the index of the alarm; default is manufacturer
specific
& lt; type & gt; : integer type value indicating the type of the alarm (e.g. sound, volume, LED);
values and default are manufacturer specific
& lt; text & gt; : string type value indicating the text to be displayed when alarm time is
reached; maximum length & lt; tlength & gt;
& lt; tlength & gt; : integer type value indicating the maximum length of & lt; text & gt;

+CAOC Advice of Charge
Returns current call meter value (in home units) from ME. (GSM 07.07 section 7.15.)
Syntax:
AT+CAOC
AT+CAOC=?

Response is +CAOC: & lt; ccm & gt;
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

Parameters:
& lt; ccm & gt; : string type; three bytes of the current call meter value in hexadecimal format
(e.g. " 00001E " indicates decimal value 30); value is in home units and bytes are
similarly coded as ACMmax value in the SIM.

+CBC Battery Charge
Returns ME battery charging status and charge level. In NMP products & lt; bcs & gt; =1 shall
mean that battery is being charged. (GSM 07.07 section 8.4.)
Syntax:
AT+CBC
AT+CBC=?

Parameters:
& lt; bcs & gt; :
0
1
2
3
& lt; bcl & gt; :
0
1...100

Response is +CBC: & lt; bcs & gt; , & lt; bcl & gt; .
Show supported values. Response is
+CBC: (list of supported & lt; bcs & gt; 's), (list of
supported & lt; bcl & gt; 's).

ME is powered by the battery
ME has a battery connected, but is not
powered by it
ME does not have a battery connected
Recognized power fault, calls inhibited
battery is exhausted, or ME does not have
a battery connected
battery has 1-100 percent of capacity
remaining

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+CBST Select Bearer Service Type
Set command selects the bearer service & lt; name & gt; with data rate & lt; speed & gt; , and the
connection element & lt; ce & gt; to be used when data calls are originated (GSM 02.02).
Values may also be used during mobile terminated data call setup, especially in case
of single numbering scheme calls (see the command +CSNS, page 44). Test
command returns values supported by the TA as compound values. (GSM 07.07
section 6.7.)
Syntax:
AT+CBST= & lt; speed & gt; , & lt; name & gt; , & lt; ce & gt;
AT+CBST?

AT+CBST=?

Parameters:
& lt; speed & gt; :
0

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
12
14
15
16
34
36
38
39
43
47
48
49
50
51
65
66
68
70
71
75
79
80
81
82
83
115
116
also all other values below 128 are
reserved

Select bearer service type. The default
option is 0, 0, 1.
Query current setting.
Response is +CBST: & lt; speed & gt; , & lt; name & gt; ,
& lt; ce & gt;
Show supported values.
Response is +CBST: (list of supported
& lt; speed & gt; 's), (list of supported & lt; name & gt; 's),
(list of supported & lt; ce & gt; 's)

autobauding (automatic selection of the
speed; this setting is possible in case of
3.1 kHz modem and non-transparent
service)
300 bps (V.21)
1200 bps (V.22)
1200/75 bps (V.23)
2400 bps (V.22bis)
2400 bps (V.26ter)
4800 bps (V.32)
9600 bps (V.32)
9600 bps (V.34)
14400 bps (V.34)
19200 bps (V.34)
28800 bps (V.34)
1200 bps (V.120)
2400 bps (V.120)
4800 bps (V.120)
9600 bps (V.120)
14400 bps (V.120)
19200 bps (V.120)
28800 bps (V.120)
38400 bps (V.120)
48000 bps (V.120)
56000 bps (V.120)
300 bps (V.110)
1200 bps (V.110)
2400 bps (V.110 or X.31 flag stuffing)
4800 bps (V.110 or X.31 flag stuffing)
9600 bps (V.110 or X.31 flag stuffing)
14400 bps (V.110 or X.31 flag stuffing)
19200 bps (V.110 or X.31 flag stuffing)
28800 bps (V.110 or X.31 flag stuffing)
38400 bps (V.110 or X.31 flag stuffing)
48000 bps (V.110 or X.31 flag stuffing)
56000 bps (V.110 or X.31 flag stuffing)
56000 bps (bit transparent)
64000 bps (bit transparent)

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& lt; name & gt; :
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
also all other values below 128 are
reserved
& lt; ce & gt; :
0
1
2
3

data circuit asynchronous (UDI or 3.1 kHz
modem)
data circuit synchronous (UDI or 3.1 kHz
modem)
PAD Access (asynchronous) (UDI)
Packet Access (synchronous) (UDI)
data circuit asynchronous (RDI)
data circuit synchronous (RDI)
PAD Access (asynchronous) (RDI)
Packet Access (synchronous) (RDI)

transparent
non-transparent
both, transparent preferred
both, non-transparent preferred

+CCFC Call Forwarding Number and Conditions
Controls call forwarding supplementary services. & lt; reason & gt; values 4 and 5 are only
applicable for & lt; mode & gt; =0. When status request response from network indicates that
SS is active for specific data bearer services (e.g. 'circuit async'), AT interface shall
only indicate 'data' ( & lt; class & gt; =2) ('not active' case is displayed only when SS is not
active to any service; i.e. +CCFC: 0,7). (GSM 07.07 section 7.10.)
Syntax:
AT+CCFC= & lt; reason & gt; ,
& lt; mode & gt; , & lt; number & gt; ,
& lt; type & gt; , & lt; class & gt; ,
& lt; subaddr & gt; ,
& lt; satype & gt; , & lt; time & gt;

AT+CCFC=?

When & lt; mode & gt; =2 the response is +CCFC:
& lt; status & gt; , & lt; class1 & gt; [, & lt; number & gt; , & lt; type & gt;
[, & lt; subaddr & gt; , & lt; satype & gt; [, & lt; time & gt; ]]]
[ & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; +CCFC:
& lt; status & gt; , & lt; class2 & gt; [, & lt; number & gt;
, & lt; type & gt; [, & lt; subaddr & gt; , & lt; satype & gt; [, & lt; time & gt; ]]]
[...]].
The default option is [,,, 129/145,7
,,128,20]
Show supported values.

Parameters:
& lt; reason & gt; :
0
1
2
3
4
5

unconditional
mobile busy
no reply
not reachable
all call forwarding (GSM 02.30)
all conditional call forwarding (GSM 02.30)

& lt; mode & gt; :
0
1
2
3
4

disable
enable
query status
registration
erasure

& lt; number & gt; : string type phone number of forwarding address in format specified by
& lt; type & gt;
& lt; type & gt; : type of address octet in integer format (GSM 04.08, subclause 10.5.4.7);
default 145 when dialling string includes international access code character " + " ,
otherwise 129
& lt; subaddr & gt; : string type subaddress of format specified by & lt; satype & gt;

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& lt; satype & gt; : type of subaddress octet in integer format (GSM 04.08, subclause
10.5.4.8); default 128
& lt; classx & gt; is a sum of integers each representing a class of information (default 7
equals to all classes):
1
2
4

voice
data
fax

also all other values below 128 are reserved
& lt; time & gt; : 1...30 when " no reply " is enabled or queried, this gives the time in seconds
to wait before call is forwarded, default value 20
& lt; status & gt; :
0
1

not active
active

+CCLK Clock
Sets and reads the real time clock of ME. If time zone is not supported, it is ignored
when 'set' command is used, and 'read' command does not return the time zone
characters in & lt; time & gt; . (GSM 07.07 section 8.15.)
Syntax:
AT+CCLK= & lt; time & gt;
AT+CCLK?
AT+CCLK=?

Query current setting.
Response is +CCLK: & lt; time & gt; .
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

Parameters:
& lt; time & gt; : string type value; format is " yy/MM/dd,hh:mm:ss?zz " , where characters
indicate year (two last digits), 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...+48). E.g. 6th of May 1994, 22:10:00 GMT+2 hours equals to
" 94/05/06,22:10:00+08 "

+CCUG Closed User Group
Selects CUG information to be sent to network with dial command D (see page 55).
(GSM 07.07 section 7.9. )
Syntax:
AT+CCUG= & lt; n & gt; , & lt; index & gt; , & lt; info & gt;
AT+CCUG?
AT+CCUG=?

Parameters:
& lt; n & gt; :
0
1
& lt; index & gt; :
0...9
10
& lt; info & gt; :
0
1
2
3

The default option is 0,0,0.
Query current setting.
Response is +CCUG: & lt; n & gt; , & lt; index & gt; , & lt; info & gt;
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

disable CUG temporary mode
enable CUG temporary mode
CUG index
no index (preferred CUG taken from
subscriber data)
no information
suppress OA
suppress preferential CUG
suppress OA and preferential CUG

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+CCWA Call Waiting
Controls call waiting supplementary service and presentation of +CCWA unsolicited
result code. When status request response from network indicates that SS is active
for specific data bearer services (e.g. 'circuit async'), AT interface shall only indicate
'data' (=2) ('not active' case is displayed only when SS is not active to any service;
i.e. +CCWA: 0,7). (GSM 07.07 section 7.11. )
Syntax:
AT+CCWA= & lt; n & gt; ,
& lt; mode & gt; , & lt; class & gt;

AT+CCWA?
AT+CCWA=?

Parameters:
& lt; n & gt;
0
1
& lt; mode & gt;
0
1
2
& lt; classx & gt;

1
2
4
also all other values below 128 are
reserved
& lt; status & gt; :
0
1

When & lt; mode & gt; =2: the response is
+CCWA: & lt; status & gt; , & lt; class1 & gt;
[ & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; +CCWA: & lt; status & gt; , & lt; class2 & gt;
[...]] The default option is 0[,,7].
Query current setting.
Response is +CCWA: & lt; n & gt;
Show supported values.
Response is +CCWA:(list of supported
& lt; n & gt; 's).

(sets/shows the result code presentation
status in the TA):
disable
enable
(when & lt; mode & gt; parameter is not given,
network is not interrogated):
disable
enable
query status
is a sum of integers each representing a
class of information (default 7 equals to all
classes):
voice
data
fax

not active
active

& lt; number & gt; : string type phone number of calling address in format specified by
& lt; type & gt;
& lt; type & gt; : type of address octet in integer format (GSM 04.08, subclause 10.5.4.7)
& lt; alpha & gt; : optional string type alphanumeric representation of & lt; number & gt;
corresponding to the entry found in phonebook; used character set should be the one
selected with command Select TE Character Set +CSCS

+CEER Extended Error Report
This command causes the product to return one or more lines of information text,
which should offer the user an extended report of the reason for failure in the last
unsuccessful call setup (originating or answering). Typically, the text will conisist of a
single line containing the failure information given by the GSM network in a textual
format. & lt; report & gt; is the textual representation of network cause value as listed in
GSM 04.08 annex H. (GSM 07.07 section 6.10.)

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Syntax:
AT+CEER
AT+CEER=?

Display error report.
Response is +CEER: & lt; report & gt;
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

& lt; report & gt; : the total number of characters, including line terminators, in the information
text shall not exceed 2041 characters. Text shall not contain the sequence 0 & lt; CR & gt; or
OK & lt; CR & gt; .

+CESP Enter SMS Block Mode Protocol
Sets the data software in the SMS Block mode. The final result code OK (or 0) shall
not be returned until block mode is exited. (GSM 07.05 section 3.2.4.)
Syntax:
AT+CESP
AT+CESP=?

Enter block mode protocol
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

+CFUN Set Phone Functionality
Sets ME power on/off. Resetting not supported by NMP products. If TA and ME are
in one physical entity, & lt; fun & gt; =1 is a dummy. In the case of new Data Suite versions:
When phone is off, it can be powered on only if it is charging. (GSM 07.07 section
8.2.)
Syntax:
AT+CFUN= & lt; fun & gt; [,0]
AT+CFUN?
AT+CFUN=?

The default option is [0,0].
Query current setting.
Response is +CFUN: & lt; fun & gt;
Show supported values.
Response is +CFUN: (list of supported
& lt; fun & gt; 's), (0)

+CGMI Request ME Manufacturer Identification
This command displays the ME manufacturer identification. (GSM 07.07 section 5.1.)
Syntax:
AT+CGMI
AT+CGMI=?

Display manufacturer identification.
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

+CGMM Request ME Model Identification
This command displays the ME model identification. Response must include product
type. Note that in the case of a product with TA and ME in the same physical entity,
the response of the command +GMM is identical. (GSM 07.07 section 5.2.)
Syntax:
AT+CGMM
AT+CGMM=?

Display model identification.
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

+CGMR Request ME Revision Identification
This command displays the ME revision identification. Response must include
product SW version, HW version is optional. Note that in the case of a product with
TA and ME in the same physical entity, the response of the command +GMR is
identical. (GSM 07.07 section 5.3.)
Syntax:
AT+CGMR
AT+CGMR=?

Display revision identification.
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

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+CGSN Request ME Serial Number Identification
This command displays the ME serial number, or the IMEI. Note that in the case of a
product with TA and ME in the same physical entity, the response of the command
+GSN is identical. (07.07 section 5.4.)
Syntax:
AT+CGSN
AT+CGSN=?

Display serial number.
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

+CHLD Call Related Supplementary Services
Controls call hold, multiparty and explicit call transfer supplementary service
operations similarly as defined in GSM 02.30 section 4.5.5.1. Supported parameter
values depend on which data services the product implements. (GSM 07.07 section
7.12.)
Syntax:
AT+CHLD= & lt; n & gt;
AT+CHLD=?

& lt; n & gt; values:
0
1
1x

2x
3
4

Show supported values.
Response is +CHLD: (list of supported
& lt; n & gt; 's).

release waiting call or held calls;
release active calls and accept other
(waiting or held) call;
release active call x; 2 = active calls on
hold and accept other (waiting or held)
call;
active multiparty call on hold except call x;
add held call to multiparty call;
connect held and active (or MO alerting)
call with each other (locally both calls are
disconnected).

+CHSC HSCSD Current Call Parameters
When there is no call in progress (or external ME is not connected) all values are
zero. (GSM 07.07 section 6.15.)
Syntax:
AT+CHSC

AT+CHSC=?

Current Call Parameters.
Response is +CHSC: & lt; rx & gt; , & lt; tx & gt; , & lt; aiur & gt; ,
& lt; coding & gt;
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

Parameters:
& lt; rx & gt; : integer type; number of receive timeslots currently in use
& lt; tx & gt; : integer type; number of transmit timeslots currently in use
& lt; aiur & gt; : integer type; current air interface user rate (in case of transparent service this
equals fixed network user rate) (refer +CHSN command for possible values)
& lt; coding & gt; : current channel coding (refer +CHSD command for possible values)

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+CHSD HSCSD Device Parameters
(GSM 07.07 section 6.12.)
Syntax:
AT+CHSD

AT+CHSD=?

View device parameters.
Response is +CHSD: & lt; mclass & gt; ,
& lt; maxRx & gt; , & lt; maxTx & gt; , & lt; sum & gt; , & lt; codings & gt;
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

Parameters:
& lt; mclass & gt; : integer type; multislot class
& lt; maxRx & gt; : integer type; maximum number of receive timeslots that ME can use
& lt; maxTx & gt; : integer type; maximum number of transmit timeslots that ME can use
& lt; sum & gt; : integer type; total number of receive and transmit timeslots that ME can use
at the same time (per TDMA frame). The following applies in a HSCSD call: 1 ?
(receive slots) + (transmit slots) ? & lt; sum & gt;
& lt; codings & gt; is a sum of integers each representing a supported channel coding (e.g.
value 5 indicates that 4.8k and 9.6k channel codings are supported):
1
4

4.8k full rate data traffic channel
9.6k full rate data traffic channel

+CHSN HSCSD Non-Transparent Call Configuration
For this command the & lt; maxAiur & gt; and & lt; modify & gt; values depend on the product. (GSM
07.07 section 6.14.)
Syntax:
AT+CHSN= & lt; wAiur & gt; , & lt; wRx & gt; , & lt; topRx & gt; , Non-transparent call configuration. The
& lt; codings & gt;
default option is 0, 0, 0, 0.
AT+CHSN?
Query current setting.
Response is +CHSN: & lt; wAiur & gt; , & lt; wRx & gt; ,
& lt; topRx & gt; , & lt; codings & gt;
AT+CHSN=?
Show supported values.
Response is +CHSN: & lt; wAiur & gt; , & lt; modify & gt;
Parameters
& lt; wAiur & gt; : integer type; wanted air interface user rate. Default value 0 indicates that
TA shall calculate a proper value from currently selected fixed network user rate
( & lt; speed & gt; subparameter from +CBST command), & lt; codings & gt; , and & lt; wRx & gt; (or
& lt; maxRx & gt; from +CHSD command if & lt; wRx & gt; =0).
Other values:
1
9600 bps
2
14400 bps
3
19200 bps
4
28800 bps
5
38400 bps
& lt; wRx & gt; : integer type; wanted amount of receive timeslots. Default value 0 indicates
that TA shall calculate a proper value from currently selected & lt; wAiur & gt; and & lt; codings & gt;
& lt; topRx & gt; : integer type; top value for & lt; wRx & gt; that user is going to request during the
next established non-transparent HSCSD call. Default value 0 indicates that user is
not going to change & lt; wAiur & gt; / & lt; wRx & gt; during the next call
& lt; codings & gt; : a sum of integers each representing a channel coding that is accepted
for non-transparent HSCSD calls. Default value 0 indicates that all supported codings
are accepted (refer +CHSD command for other values)

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& lt; maxAiur & gt; : integer type; maximum value for & lt; wAiur & gt; (assuming that all supported
channel codings are accepted and maximum number of timeslots are used)
& lt; modify & gt; :
0

1

& lt; wAiur & gt; / & lt; wRx & gt; modification during call is
not supported by ME/TA ( & lt; topRx & gt;
accepts only 0)
& lt; wAiur & gt; / & lt; wRx & gt; modification during call is
supported by ME/TA

+CHSR Current Call Parameters Reporting
When AT+CHSR=1 is set, the current HSCSD configuration is written in terminal
window every time the HSCSD configuration has changed or a new HSCSD call has
been initiated. To disable this feature, type AT+CHSR=0.
Syntax:
AT+CHSR= & lt; mode & gt;

AT+CHSR?
AT+CHSR=?

Parameters for & lt; mode & gt; :
0
1

Set current call parameters reporting
mode.
The default option is 1.
Query current settings.
Response is +CHSR: & lt; mode & gt;
Show supported modes.
Response is +CHSR: (list of supported
& lt; modes & gt; 's)

Disable reporting.
Enable reporting.

+CHST HSCSD Transparent Call Configuration
(GSM 07.07 section 6.13.)
Syntax:
AT+CHST= & lt; wRx & gt; , & lt; codings & gt;
AT+CHST?
AT+CHST=?

Transparent call configuration. The default
option is 0, 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +CHST: & lt; wRx & gt; , & lt; codings & gt;
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

Parameters:
& lt; wRx & gt; : integer type; wanted amount of receive timeslots. Default value 0 indicates
that TA shall calculate a proper value from currently selected fixed network user rate
( & lt; speed & gt; subparameter from +CBST command) and & lt; codings & gt;
& lt; codings & gt; : a sum of integers each representing a channel coding that is accepted
for transparent HSCSD calls. Default value 0 indicates that all supported codings are
accepted (refer to command +CHSD for other values).

+CHUP Hang Up Call
This command hangs up the call, also when an alternating mode call is active. This is
an assured procedure to terminate an alternating mode call. (GSM 07.07 sections
6.5, 6.6, and annexes E, F).
Syntax:
AT+CHUP
AT+CHUP=?

Hang up call. Response is OK.
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

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+CIMI Request International Mobile Subscriber Identity
This command displays the International Mobile Subscriber Identity number of the
user from the SIM. (GSM 07.07 section 5.6.)
Syntax:
AT+CIMI
AT+CIMI=?

Display the IMSI number.
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

+CIND Indicator Control
Queries the current status of ME physical indicators. Number of supported & lt; ind & gt; s
depend on the product. Indicator writing not supported by NMP products ('set'
command returns always ERROR, or +CME ERROR when allowed by +CMEE).
Note that all indicators that can be read with +CIND? must also be available as
unsolicited +CIEV result codes (if +CMER=? indicates that +CIEV codes are
supported). (GSM 07.07 section 8.9.)
Syntax:
AT+CIND=
AT+CIND?
AT+CIND=?

Query current setting.
Response is +CIND: & lt; ind & gt; [, & lt; ind & gt; [,...]]
Show supported values.
Response is +CIND:(list of supported
& lt; ind & gt; 's)

Parameters:
& lt; ind & gt; : integer type value, which shall be in range of corresponding & lt; descr & gt;
& lt; descr & gt; values reserved and their & lt; ind & gt; ranges:
" battchg "
" signal "
" service "
" sounder "
" message "
" call "
" vox "
" roam "
" smsfull "

battery charge level (0-5)
signal quality (0-5)
service availability (0-1)
sounder activity (0-1)
message received (0-1)
call in progress (0-1)
transmit activated by voice activity (0-1)
roaming indicator (0-1)
a short message memory storage in the
MT has become full (1), or memory
locations are available (0); i.e. the range is
(0-1)

+CKPD Keypad Control
Simulates one or more keypresses of ME keypad. Supported key values depend on
the product. Feature must be enabled with the command +CMEC (see page 24).
New versions of Data Suite: Supported & lt; keys & gt; characters are
1234567890*#DdUuSsEePpVv^[]. (GSM 07.07 section 8.7.)
Syntax:
AT+CKPD= & lt; keys & gt; , & lt; time & gt; ,
& lt; pause & gt;
AT+CKPD=?

The default option is [,1,1].
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

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+CLCC List Current Calls
Returns list of currently available calls in ME. (GSM 07.07 section 7.17.)
Syntax:
AT+CLCC

AT+CLCC=?

Response is [+CLCC: & lt; id1 & gt; , & lt; dir & gt; ,
& lt; stat & gt; , & lt; mode & gt; , & lt; mpty & gt; [,,, & lt; alpha & gt; ]
[ & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; +CLCC: & lt; id2 & gt; , & lt; dir & gt; , & lt; stat & gt; ,
& lt; mode & gt; , & lt; mpty & gt; [,,, & lt; alpha & gt; ] [...]]]
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

Parameters:
& lt; idx & gt; : integer type; call identification number as described in GSM 02.30, subclause
4.5.5.1; this number can be used in +CHLD command operations
& lt; dir & gt; :
0
1
& lt; stat & gt; (state of call):
0
1
2
3
4
5
& lt; mode & gt; (bearer/teleservice):
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
& lt; mpty & gt; :
0
1

mobile originated (MO) call
mobile terminated (MT) call
active
held
dialing (MO call)
alerting (MO call)
incoming (MT call)
waiting (MT call)
voice
data
fax
voice followed by data, voice mode
alternating voice/data, voice mode
alternating voice/fax, voice mode
voice followed by data, data mode
alternating voice/data, data mode
alternating voice/fax, fax mode
unknown
call is not one of multiparty (conference)
call parties
call is one of multiparty (conference) call
parties

& lt; number & gt; : string type phone number in format specified by & lt; type & gt;
& lt; type & gt; : type of address octet in integer format (GSM 04.08, subclause 10.5.4.7)
& lt; alpha & gt; : string type alphanumeric representation of & lt; number & gt; corresponding to the
entry found in phonebook; used character set should be the one selected with
command Select TE Character Set +CSCS

+CLCK Facility Lock
Enables/disables or queries the state of SIM/ME security features (PIN/security code
query or fixed dialling feature) or call barring supplementary services. & lt; fac & gt; values
" AB " , " AG " and " AC " are only applicable for & lt; mode & gt; =0. Only security code levels
'phone' and 'none' can be handled with this command. If 'memory' level is set and
status is queried (+CLCK= " PS " ,2), AT interface shall indicate 'not active' (+CLCK: 0).
When SS status request response from network indicates that SS is active for
specific data bearer services (e.g. 'circuit async'), AT interface shall only indicate
'data' ( & lt; class & gt; =2) ('not active' case is displayed only when SS is not active to any
service; i.e. +CLCK: 0,7). (GSM 07.07 section 7.4.)

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For some products & lt; fac & gt; = " NT " is only applicable with Nokia 8110 and compatible
phones.
Syntax:
AT+CLCK= & lt; fac & gt; ,
& lt; mode & gt; , & lt; passwd & gt; ,
& lt; class & gt;

AT+CLCK=?

Parameters:
& lt; fac & gt; :
" CS "
" PS "

" SC "

" AO "
" OI "
" OX "

" AI "
" IR "

" NT "
" NM "
" NS "
" NA "
" AB "
" AG "
" AC "
" FD "

& lt; mode & gt; :
0
1
2
& lt; status & gt; :
0
1

When & lt; mode & gt; =2: the response is
+CLCK: & lt; status & gt; [, & lt; class1 & gt;
[ & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; +CLCK: & lt; status & gt; , & lt; class2 & gt;
[...]]].
The default option is [,,,7].
Show supported values.
Response is +CLCK:(list of supported
& lt; fac & gt; 's).

CNTRL (lock CoNTRoL surface (e.g.
phone keyboard))
PH-SIM (lock PHone to SIM card) (ME
asks password when other than current
SIM card inserted)
SIM (lock SIM card) (SIM asks password
in ME power-up and when this lock
command issued)
BAOC (Barr All Outgoing Calls)
(GSM 02.88, clause 1)
BOIC (Barr Outgoing International Calls)
(GSM 02.88, clause 1)
BOIC-exHC (Barr Outgoing International
Calls except to Home Country)
(GSM 02.88, clause 1)
BAIC (Barr All Incoming Calls)
(GSM 02.88, clause 2)
BIC-Roam (Barr Incoming Calls when
Roaming outside the home country)
(GSM 02.88, clause 2)
barr incoming calls from numbers Not
stored to TA memory
barr incoming calls from numbers Not
stored to ME memory
barr incoming calls from numbers Not
stored to SIM memory
barr incoming calls from numbers Not
stored in Any memory
All Barring services (GSM 02.30)
All outGoing barring services (GSM 02.30)
All inComing barring services
(GSM 02.30)
SIM fixed dialling memory feature (if PIN2
authentication has not been done during
the current session, PIN2 is required as
& lt; passwd & gt; )
unlock
lock
query status
not active
active

& lt; passwd & gt; : string type; shall be the same as password specified for the facility from
the ME user interface or with command Change Password +CPWD

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& lt; classx & gt; :

1
2
4
also all other values below 128 are
reserved

is a sum of integers each representing a
class of information (default 7 equals to all
classes):
voice
data
fax

+CLIP Calling Line Identification Presentation
Controls presentation of +CLIP unsolicited result code or returns CLIP subscription
status from network. If product does not support network status query, & lt; m & gt; shall
always equal 2. (GSM 07.07 section 7.6.)
Syntax:
AT+CLIP= & lt; n & gt;
AT+CLIP?
AT+CLIP=?

The default option is 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +CLIP: & lt; n & gt; , & lt; m & gt;
Show supported values.
Response is +CLIP:(list of supported
& lt; n & gt; 's).

+CLIR Calling Line Identification Restriction
Enables/disables own number sending to network or returns CLIR subscription status
from network. If product does not support network status query, & lt; m & gt; shall always
equal 2. (GSM 07.07 section 7.7.)
Syntax:
AT+CLIR= & lt; n & gt;
AT+CLIR?
AT+CLIR=?

The default option is 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +CLIR: & lt; n & gt; , & lt; m & gt;
Show supported values.
Response is +CLIR: (list of supported
& lt; n & gt; 's).

+CMEC ME Control Mode
Selects whether ME or TE (or both) are allowed to update ME physical UI
components. Indicator updating is not supported by NMP products. (GSM 07.07
section 8.6.)
Syntax:
AT+CMEC= & lt; keyp & gt; , & lt; disp & gt; [,0]
AT+CMEC?
AT+CMEC=?

The default option is 0,0 [,0].
Query current setting.
Response is +CMEC: & lt; keyp & gt; , & lt; disp & gt; , 0
Show supported values.
Response is +CMEC: (list of supported
& lt; keyp & gt; 's), (list of supported & lt; disp & gt; 's), (0)

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Parameters:
& lt; keyp & gt; :
0

1
2
& lt; disp & gt; :
0
1
2

ME can be operated only through its
keypad (execute command of +CKPD
cannot be used)
ME can be operated only from TE (with
command +CKPD)
ME can be operated from both ME keypad
and TE
only ME can write to its display
only TE can write to ME display
ME display can be written by both ME and
TE

+CMEE Report Mobile Equipment Error
This command controls the presentation of extended error information result code.
See also result code +CME ERROR. (07.07 section 9.1.)
Syntax:
AT+CMEE= & lt; n & gt;
AT+CMEE?
AT+CMEE=?

Parameters:
& lt; n & gt; :
0
1
2

Default option is 0.
+CMEE: & lt; n & gt;
Response is +CMEE: (list of supported
& lt; n & gt; 's).

disable +CME ERROR: & lt; err & gt; result code
and use ERROR instead
enable +CME ERROR: & lt; err & gt; result code
and use numeric & lt; err & gt; values
enable +CME ERROR: & lt; err & gt; result code
and use verbose & lt; err & gt; values

+CMER ME Event Reporting
Enables/disables the presentation of keypad, display and indicator unsolicited result
codes. & lt; mode & gt; =0 and =1, and & lt; bfr & gt; =1 are not supported by NMP products.
& lt; mode & gt; =2 is implemented so that only last change of each & lt; ind & gt; is buffered (see
Result codes section). (GSM 07.07 section 8.10.)
Syntax:
AT+CMER= & lt; mode & gt; , & lt; keyp & gt; ,
& lt; disp & gt; , & lt; ind & gt; [,0]
AT+CMER?

AT+CMER=?

Parameters:
& lt; mode & gt; :
0

1

2

The default option is 2, 0, 0, 0 [,0].
Query current setting.
Response is +CMER:
& lt; mode & gt; , & lt; keyp & gt; , & lt; disp & gt; , & lt; ind & gt; , 0
Show supported values.
Response is +CMER: (list of supported
& lt; mode & gt; 's), (list of supported & lt; keyp & gt; 's),
(list of supported & lt; disp & gt; 's), (list of
supported & lt; ind & gt; 's), (0)

buffer unsolicited result codes in the TA; if
TA result code buffer is full, codes can be
buffered in some other place or the oldest
ones can be discarded
discard unsolicited result codes when TATE link is reserved (e.g. in on-line data
mode); otherwise forward them directly to
the TE
buffer unsolicited result codes in the TA

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3

& lt; keyp & gt; :
0
1

2

& lt; disp & gt; :
0
1

2

& lt; ind & gt; :
0
1

2

when TA-TE link is reserved (e.g. in online data mode) and flush them to the TE
after reservation; otherwise forward them
directly to the TE
forward unsolicited result codes directly to
the TE; TA-TE link specific inband
technique used to embed result codes
and data when TA is in on-line data mode
no keypad event reporting
keypad event reporting using result code
+CKEV: & lt; key & gt; , & lt; press & gt; . & lt; key & gt; indicates
the key (refer IRA values defined in
table in subclause " Keypad control
+CKPD " ) and & lt; press & gt; if the key is
pressed or released (1 for pressing and 0
for releasing). Only those key pressings,
which are not caused by +CKPD shall be
indicated by the TA to the TE. NOTE:
When this mode is enabled,
corresponding result codes of all keys
currently pressed should be flushed to the
TA regardless of & lt; bfr & gt; setting.
keypad event reporting using result code
+CKEV: & lt; key & gt; , & lt; press & gt; . All key pressings
shall be directed from TA to TE. NOTE:
When this mode is enabled,
corresponding result codes of all keys
currently pressed should be flushed to the
TA regardless of & lt; bfr & gt; setting.
no display event reporting
display event reporting using result code
+CDEV: & lt; elem & gt; , & lt; text & gt; . & lt; elem & gt; indicates
the element order number and & lt; text & gt; is
the new value of text element. Only those
display events, which are not caused by
+CDIS shall be indicated by the TA to the
TE. Character set used in & lt; text & gt; is as
specified by command Select TE
Character Set +CSCS
display event reporting using result code
+CDEV: & lt; elem & gt; , & lt; text & gt; . All display events
shall be directed from TA to TE. Character
set used in & lt; text & gt; is as specified by
command Select TE Character Set
+CSCS
no indicator event reporting
indicator event reporting using result code
+CIEV: & lt; ind & gt; , & lt; value & gt; . & lt; ind & gt; indicates the
indicator order number (as specified for
+CIND) and & lt; value & gt; is the new value of
indicator. Only those indicator events,
which are not caused by +CIND shall be
indicated by the TA to the TE
indicator event reporting using result code
+CIEV: & lt; ind & gt; , & lt; value & gt; . All indicator events
shall be directed from TA to TE

+CMGC Send Command
Text/PDU entering as specified in 07.05. If SMSC address is not set/restored during
the current session (i.e. +CSCA? returns +CSCA: " " ,129) it must be automatically
read from SIM/ME (location 1). In PDU mode, all kind of GSM 03.40 MO TPDUs can
be sent with this command (operation equals to +CMGS). (GSM 07.05 section 3.5.5.)

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Syntax:
text mode (+CMGF=1):
AT+CMGC= & lt; fo & gt; , & lt; ct & gt; , & lt; pid & gt; ,
& lt; mn & gt; , & lt; da & gt; , & lt; toda & gt; & lt; CR & gt;
text is entered & lt; ctrl-Z/ESC & gt;
PDU mode (+CMGF=0):
AT+CMGC= & lt; length & gt; & lt; CR & gt;
PDU is given & lt; ctrl-Z/ESC & gt;
AT+CMGC=?

Response is (+CMGF=1) and sending ok:
+CMGC: & lt; mr & gt; [, & lt; scts & gt; ]
Default option is text mode
[2,0,0,0, " " ,129/145]
Response is (+CMGF=0) and sending ok:
+CMGC: & lt; mr & gt; [, & lt; ackpdu & gt; ]
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

+CMGD Delete Message
Execution command deletes message from preferred message storage & lt; mem1 & gt;
location & lt; index & gt; . If deleting fails, final result code +CMS ERROR: & lt; err & gt; is returned.
(GSM 07.05 section 3.5.4.)
Syntax:
AT+CMGD= & lt; index & gt;
AT+CMGD=?

Shows whether command has been
implemented.

+CMGF Message Format
This command tells the TA, which input and output format of messages to use.
& lt; mode & gt; 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). Text mode uses the value of
parameter & lt; chset & gt; specified by command Select TE Character Set +CSCS to inform
the character set to be used in the message body in the TA-TE interface. (GSM
07.05 section 3.2.3.).
Syntax:
AT+CMGF= & lt; mode & gt;
AT+CMGF?
AT+CMGF=?

Default option is 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +CMGF: & lt; mode & gt;
Show supported values.
Response is +CMGF:(list of supported
& lt; mode & gt; 's)

Parameters:
& lt; mode & gt; :
0
1

PDU mode (default when implemented).
Default option.
text mode

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+CMGL List Messages
This command returns messages with a status value from a preferred message
storage selected with the AT+CPMS command (see page 37). & lt; alpha & gt; and CBM
memory not supported by NMP products. (GSM 07.05 section 3.4.2.) In the case of
some products, only & lt; stat & gt; =0 and 4 are applicable with older Nokia phone models.
(GSM 07.05 section 3.4.2.)
Syntax:
AT+CMGL= & lt; stat & gt;

Default option
AT+CMGL=?

Responses:
text mode (+CMGF=1), SMS-DELIVER
or SMS-SUBMIT:
+CMGL:
& lt; index & gt; , & lt; stat & gt; , & lt; oa/da & gt; ,[ & lt; alpha & gt; ],[ & lt; scts & gt; ]
[, & lt; tooa/toda & gt; , & lt; length & gt; ] & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt;
text mode (+CMGF=1), SMS-STATUSREPORT:
+CMGL:
& lt; index & gt; , & lt; stat & gt; , & lt; fo & gt; , & lt; mr & gt; ,[ & lt; ra & gt; ],[ & lt; tora & gt; ],
& lt; scts & gt; , & lt; dt & gt; , & lt; st & gt; [ & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt;
+CMGL:
& lt; index & gt; , & lt; stat & gt; , & lt; fo & gt; , & lt; mr & gt; ,[ & lt; ra & gt; ],[ & lt; tora & gt; ],
& lt; scts & gt; , & lt; dt & gt; , & lt; st & gt; [...]]
text mode (+CMGF=1), SMSCOMMAND:
+CMGL:
& lt; index & gt; , & lt; stat & gt; , & lt; fo & gt; , & lt; ct & gt; [ & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt;
+CMGL: & lt; index & gt; , & lt; stat & gt; , & lt; fo & gt; , & lt; ct & gt; [...]]
PDU mode (+CMGF=0):
+CMGL:
& lt; index & gt; , & lt; stat & gt; ,[ & lt; alpha & gt; ], & lt; length & gt; & lt; CR & gt;
& lt; LF & gt; & lt; pdu & gt; [ & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt;
+CMGL: & lt; index & gt; , & lt; stat & gt; ,[ & lt; alpha & gt; ], & lt; length
& gt; & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; & lt; pdu & gt; [...]].
is [ " REC UNREAD " /0].
Show supported values.
Response in text mode (+CMGF=1):
+CMGL: ( " REC UNREAD " , " REC
READ " , " STO UNSENT " , " STO
SENT " , " ALL " )
Response in PDU mode (+CMGF=0):
+CMGL: (0-4)

+CMGR Read Message
This command returns a message with a location value & lt; index & gt; from a preferred
message storage selected with the AT+CPMS command. If status of the message is
'received unread', status in the storage changes to 'received read'. If reading fails,
final result code +CMS ERROR: & lt; err & gt; is returned. & lt; alpha & gt; and CBM memory are
not supported by NMP products. (GSM 07.05 section 3.4.3.)

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Syntax:
AT+CMGR= & lt; index & gt;

AT+CMGR=?

Responses:
text mode (+CMGF=1), SMS-DELIVER:
+CMGR:
& lt; stat & gt; , & lt; oa & gt; ,[ & lt; alpha & gt; ], & lt; scts & gt; [, & lt; tooa & gt; ,
& lt; fo & gt; , & lt; pid & gt; , & lt; dcs & gt; , & lt; sca & gt; , & lt; tosca & gt; , & lt; length & gt;
] & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; & lt; data & gt;
text mode (+CMGF=1), SMS-SUBMIT:
+CMGR:
& lt; stat & gt; , & lt; da & gt; ,[ & lt; alpha & gt; ][, & lt; toda & gt; , & lt; fo & gt; ,
& lt; pid & gt; , & lt; dcs & gt; ,[ & lt; vp & gt; ], & lt; sca & gt; , & lt; tosca & gt; , & lt; lengt
h & gt; ] & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; & lt; data & gt;
text mode (+CMGF=1), SMS-STATUSREPORT:
+CMGR:
& lt; stat & gt; , & lt; fo & gt; , & lt; mr & gt; ,[ & lt; ra & gt; ],[ & lt; tora & gt; ], & lt; scts & gt; ,dt
& gt; , & lt; st & gt;
text mode (+CMGF=1), SMSCOMMAND:
+CMGR:
& lt; stat & gt; , & lt; fo & gt; , & lt; ct & gt; [, & lt; pid & gt; ,[ & lt; mn & gt; ],[ & lt; da & gt; ],
[ & lt; toda & gt; ], & lt; length & gt; & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; & lt; cdata & gt; ]
PDU mode (+CMGF=0):
+CMGR:
& lt; stat & gt; ,[ & lt; alpha & gt; ], & lt; length & gt; & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; & lt; pdu
& gt;
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

+CMGS Send Message
This command sends a message to the network. A message reference value & lt; mr & gt; is
returned to the DTE on successful message delivery. Sending can be cancelled by
using the & lt; ESC & gt; character. & lt; ctrl-Z & gt; must be used to indicate the ending of the
message body. Values can be used to identify message upon unsolicited delivery
status report result code. If sending fails in a network or an ME error, final result code
+CMS ERROR: & lt; err & gt; is returned. (GSM 07.05 section 3.5.1.)
Syntax:
text mode (+CMGF=1):
AT+CMGS= & lt; da & gt; , & lt; toda & gt; & lt; CR & gt;
text is entered & lt; ctrl-Z/ESC & gt;

Response when text mode (+CMGF=1)
and sending ok: +CMGS: & lt; mr & gt; [, & lt; scts & gt; ]

PDU mode (+CMGF=0):
AT+CMGS= & lt; length & gt; & lt; CR & gt;
PDU is given & lt; ctrl-Z/ESC & gt;

Response when PDU mode (+CMGF=0)
and sending ok: +CMGS:
& lt; mr & gt; [, & lt; ackpdu & gt; ]

Default option for text mode: [,129/145]
AT+CMGS=?

Parameters:
& lt; length & gt;
& lt; pdu & gt;

& lt; mr & gt;

Shows whether command has been
implemented.

length of the actual PDU in octets
service centre address followed by GSM
03.40 Protocol Data Unit in hexadecimal
format
message reference number

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+CMGW Write Message to Memory
This command stores a message in a preferred memory storage selected with
AT+CPMS command. Memory location of a stored message is returned. By default,
message status will be set to " STO UNSENT " , but parameter also allows other status
values to be given. Entering of text is done similarly as specified in command
+CMGS Send Message (see page 29). If writing fails, final result code +CMS
ERROR: & lt; err & gt; is returned.
Syntax:
text mode (+CMGF=1):
AT+CMGW= & lt; oa/da & gt; , & lt; tooa/toda & gt; ,
& lt; stat & gt; & lt; CR & gt;
text is entered & lt; ctrl-Z/ESC & gt;
Default option: [,129/145, " STO
UNSENT " ]
PDU mode (+CMGF=0):
AT+CMGW= & lt; length & gt; , & lt; stat & gt; & lt; CR & gt;
PDU is given & lt; ctrl-Z/ESC & gt;
Default option: [,2]
AT+CMGW=?

Response for successful storing:
+CMGW: & lt; index & gt;

Response for successful storing:
+CMGW: & lt; index & gt;

Shows whether command has been
implemented.

Parameters:
& lt; addr & gt;
origin or destination address
& lt; type & gt;
type of origin or destination
address,
129 for normal and 145 for
international access (number
contains '+' character)
& lt; stat & gt;
" REC UNREAD "
" REC READ "
" STO UNSENT "
" STO SENT "
& lt; index & gt;
location number

received unread message
received read message
stored unsent message (default)
stored sent message

+CMMS More Messages to Send
This command controls the continuity of SMS relay protocol link. If enabled (and
supported by network), several consecutive messages can be sent (+CMGS etc.)
much faster as link is kept open. & lt; n & gt; values: 0=disable, 1=keep enabled until time
between message send commands exceeds five seconds (then switch & lt; n & gt; back to
0), 2=enable (this affects also 07.05 block mode). (Not in GSM 07.05 version 5.2.0.)
Syntax:
AT+CMMS= & lt; n & gt;
AT+CMMS?
AT+CMMS=?

Default option is 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +CMMS: & lt; n & gt;
Show supported values.
Response is +CMMS: (list of supported
& lt; n & gt; 's)

+CMOD Call Mode
This command sets the call mode for further dialling command ATD or for next
answering command ATA . To prevent the possibility that alternating mode calls are
originated or answered accidentally, & lt; mode & gt; is automatically reset to value 0 after
each call. Note that alternating call answering operations from an external UI may
change +CMOD values. (GSM 07.07 sections 6.4, 6.6, and annexes E, F).

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Syntax:
AT+CMOD= & lt; mode & gt;
AT+CMOD?
AT+CMOD=?

Values for & lt; mode & gt; :
0
1
2
3

Set call mode. The default option is 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +CMOD: & lt; mode & gt; .
Show supported modes.
Response is +CMOD: (list of supported
& lt; mode & gt; 's).

single mode (default)
alternating voice/fax (teleservice 61)
alternating voice/data (bearer service 61)
voice followed by data (bearer service 81)

+CMSS Send Message from Storage
This command sends a message with the location value & lt; index & gt; from a preferred
message storage selected with AT+CPMS command (see page 37). If a new
recipient address & lt; da & gt; is given, it shall be used instead of the one stored with the
message. Reference value & lt; mr & gt; is returned to DTE on successful message delivery.
(GSM 07.05 section 3.5.2.)
Syntax:
AT+CMSS= & lt; index & gt; , & lt; da & gt; , & lt; toda & gt;

Default option: [, " " ,129/145]
AT+CMSS=?

Parameters:
& lt; index & gt;
& lt; mr & gt;
& lt; da & gt;
& lt; toda & gt;

Responses:
text mode (+CMGF=1) and sending ok:
+CMSS: & lt; mr & gt; [, & lt; scts & gt; ]
PDU mode (+CMGF=0) and sending ok:
+CMSS: & lt; mr & gt; [, & lt; ackpdu & gt; ]
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

location number
message reference number
destination address
type of destination address, 129 for
normal and 145 for international access
('+' character automatically added to
address)

+CNMA New Message Acknowledgement to ME/TA
This command confirms correct reception of a new message (SMS-DELIVER or
SMS-STATUS-REPORT) which is routed directly to the TE. This acknowledgement
command (causing ME to send RP-ACK to the network) shall be used when +CSMS
(see page 44) parameter & lt; service & gt; equals 1. TA shall not send another +CMT or
+CDS result code to TE before previous one is acknowledged. If ME does not get
acknowledgement within required time (network timeout), ME should send RPERROR to the network. ME/TA shall automatically disable routing to TE by setting
both & lt; mt & gt; and & lt; ds & gt; values of +CNMI to zero. (GSM 07.05 section 3.4.4. PDU
entering as specified in GSM 07.05. Command is available only when +CSMS=1 is
supported.)
For some products only & lt; n & gt; =0 is applicable with some phone models.
Syntax:
text mode (+CMGF=1):
AT+CNMA
PDU mode (+CMGF=0):
AT+CNMA= & lt; n & gt; , & lt; length & gt; & lt; CR & gt;
PDU is given & lt; ctrl-Z/ESC & gt;
AT+CNMA=?

Show supported values.
Response for PDU mode (+CMGF=0) is:
+CNMA: (0-2)

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+CNMI New Message Indications to TE
This command selects the procedure how the receiving of new messages from the
network is indicated to the DTE. For a detailed description of the syntax of indication
responses, see Result Codes at page 75. (GSM 07.05 section 3.4.1)
Syntax:
AT+CNMI=[ & lt; mode & gt; [, & lt; mt & gt; [,
& lt; bm & gt; [, & lt; ds & gt; [, & lt; bfr & gt; ]]]]]
AT+CNMI?

AT+CNMI=?

Select indication procedure.
Query current setting.
Response is +CNMI: & lt; mode & gt; , & lt; mt & gt; ,
& lt; bm & gt; , & lt; ds & gt; , & lt; bfr & gt; .
Show valid values. Response is +CNMI:
lists of supported ( & lt; mode & gt; 's), ( & lt; mt & gt; 's),
( & lt; bm & gt; 's), ( & lt; ds & gt; 's), ( & lt; bfr & gt; 's).

Parameters:
& lt; mode & gt;
0
1
2
& lt; mt & gt;
0
1
2
3

& lt; bm & gt;
0
2
& lt; ds & gt;
0
1
& lt; bfr & gt;
0
1

buffer all indications
no indications when the DTE-DCE link is reserved (on-line data mode)
buffer indications when the DTE-DCE link is reserved, (e.g. in on-line
data mode), and flush them to the DTE after reservation has ended
no received message indications are routed to the DTE
indication of received message is routed to the DTE using a result
code +CMTI
received messages (except class 2 messages which result only +CMTI
indication) are routed directly to the DTE using a result code +CMT
class 3 received messages are routed directly to the DTE using a
result code +CMT and messages of other classes using a result
indication +CMTI
no cell broadcast indications are routed to the DTE
new cell broadcast messages are routed directly to the DTE using a
result code +CBM
no status reports are routed to the DTE
status reports are routed to the DTE using a result code +CDS
buffer of indications is flushed to the DTE when & lt; mode & gt; 1 or 2 is
entered
buffer of indications is cleared when & lt; mode & gt; 1 or 2 is entered

+CNUM Subscriber Number
Returns MSISDNs from SIM. & lt; speed & gt; , & lt; service & gt; and & lt; itc & gt; are not supported by
NMP products. (GSM 07.07 section 7.1.)
Syntax:
AT+CNUM

AT+CNUM=?

Response is +CNUM: [ & lt; alpha1 & gt; ],
& lt; number1 & gt; , & lt; type1 & gt; [, & lt; speed & gt; ,
& lt; service & gt; [, & lt; itc & gt; ]] [ & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; +CNUM:
[ & lt; alpha2 & gt; ],
& lt; number2 & gt; , & lt; type2 & gt; [, & lt; speed & gt; ,
& lt; service & gt; [, & lt; itc & gt; ]] [...]]
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

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Parameters:
& lt; alphax & gt; : optional alphanumeric string associated with & lt; numberx & gt; ; used character
set should be the one selected with command Select TE Character Set +CSCS
& lt; numberx & gt; : string type phone number of format specified by & lt; typex & gt;
& lt; typex & gt; : type of address octet in integer format (GSM 04.08, subclause 10.5.4.7)
& lt; speed & gt; : as defined in subclause 6.7
& lt; service & gt; :
0
1
2
3
4
5
also all other values below 128 are
reserved
& lt; itc & gt; :
0
1

service related to the phone number:
asynchronous modem
synchronous modem
PAD Access (asynchronous)
Packet Access (synchronous)
voice
fax

information transfer capability:
3.1 kHz
UDI

+COLP Connected Line Identification Presentation
Controls presentation of +COLP intermediate result code or returns COLP
subscription status from network. If product does not support network status query,
& lt; m & gt; shall always equal 2. (GSM 07.07 section 7.8.)
Syntax:
AT+COLP=
AT+COLP?
AT+COLP=?

Parameters:
& lt; n & gt; :
0
1
& lt; m & gt; :
0
1
2

Select bearer service type. The default
option is 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +COLP: & lt; n & gt; , & lt; m & gt;
Show supported values.
Response is +COLP: (list of supported
& lt; n & gt; 's).

parameter sets/shows the result code
presentation status in the TA:
disable
enable
parameter shows the subscriber COLP
service status in the network:
COLP not provisioned
COLP provisioned
unknown (e.g. no network, etc.)

+COPS Operator Selection
'Set' command selects network or sets automatic network selection. 'Read' command
returns current network. 'Test' command returns available networks. Short
alphanumeric operator name format ( & lt; format & gt; =1) and selection & lt; mode & gt; =2 and =4
not supported by NMP products. (GSM 07.07 section 7.3.)

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Syntax:
AT+COPS= & lt; mode & gt; , & lt; format & gt; , & lt; oper & gt;
AT+COPS?

AT+COPS=?

Parameters:
& lt; mode & gt; :
0
1
2
3

4

& lt; format & gt; :
0
1
2

The default option is [0],0.
Query current setting.
Response is +COPS:
& lt; mode & gt; [, & lt; format & gt; , & lt; oper & gt; ]
Show supported values.
Response is +COPS: [list of supported
( & lt; stat & gt; ,long alphanumeric & lt; oper & gt; ,short
alphanumeric & lt; oper & gt; ,numeric & lt; oper & gt; )s]
[,,(list of supported & lt; mode & gt; s),(list of
supported & lt; format & gt; s)]

automatic ( & lt; oper & gt; field is ignored)
manual ( & lt; oper & gt; field shall be present)
deregister from network
set only & lt; format & gt; (for read command
+COPS?), do not attempt
registration/deregistration ( & lt; oper & gt; field is
ignored); this value is not applicable in
read command response
manual/automatic ( & lt; oper & gt; field shall be
present); if manual selection fails,
automatic mode ( & lt; mode & gt; =0) is entered

long format alphanumeric & lt; oper & gt;
short format alphanumeric & lt; oper & gt;
numeric & lt; oper & gt;

& lt; format & gt; : string type; returned & lt; oper & gt; shall not be in BCD format, but in IRA
characters converted from BCD; hence the number has structure: (country code digit
3)(country code digit 2)(country code digit 1)(network code digit 2)(network code digit
1).
& lt; oper & gt; : indicates if the format is alphanumeric or numeric; long alphanumeric format
can be upto 16 characters long and short format up to 8 characters (GSM MoU
SE.13); numeric format is the GSM Location Area Identification number (GSM 04.08,
subclause 10.5.1.3) 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.
& lt; stat & gt; :
0
1
2
3

unknown
available
current
forbidden

+CPAS Phone Activity Status
Returns the general status of ME. Supported & lt; pas & gt; values are product specific. If TA
and ME are disconnected from each other & lt; pas & gt; =1 (ME unavailable) shall be
reported. If TA and ME are in one physical entity, test command shall still report that
& lt; pas & gt; =1 is available although it could not be reported ever. (GSM 07.07 section 8.1.)
Syntax:
AT+CPAS
AT+CPAS=?

Response is +CPAS: & lt; pas & gt; .
Show supported values.
Response is +CPAS: (list of supported
& lt; pas & gt; 's)

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Parameters:
& lt; pas & gt; :
0
1
2
3
4

5

ready (ME allows commands from TA/TE)
unavailable (ME does not allow
commands from TA/TE)
unknown (ME is not guaranteed to
respond to instructions)
ringing (ME is ready for commands from
TA/TE, but the ringer is active)
call in progress (ME is ready for
commands from TA/TE, but a call is in
progress)
asleep (ME is unable to process
commands from TA/TE because it is in a
low functionality state). Also all other
values below 128 are reserved.

+CPBF Find Phone Book Entries
If searched text is not found from entries in current memory, response is empty.
& lt; nlength & gt; and & lt; tlength & gt; parameters of test command may be figured out from ME
model or (in case of SIM) left empty. (GSM 07.07 section 8.13.)
Syntax:
AT+CPBF= & lt; findtext & gt;

AT+CPBF=?

Response is [+CPBF:
& lt; index1 & gt; , & lt; number & gt; , & lt; type & gt; , & lt; text & gt; [[...]
+CPBF:
& lt; index2 & gt; , & lt; number & gt; , & lt; type & gt; , & lt; text & gt; ]]
Show supported values.
Response is +CPBF:
[ & lt; nlength & gt; ],[ & lt; tlength & gt; ]

Parameters:
& lt; index1 & gt; , & lt; index2 & gt; : integer type values in the range of location numbers of
phonebook memory
& lt; number & gt; : string type phone number of format & lt; type & gt;
& lt; type & gt; : type of address octet in integer format (GSM 04.08, subclause 10.5.4.7)
& lt; findtext & gt; , & lt; text & gt; : string type field of maximum length & lt; tlength & gt; ; character set as
specified by command Select TE Character Set +CSCS
& lt; nlength & gt; : integer type value indicating the maximum length of field & lt; number & gt;
& lt; tlength & gt; : integer type value indicating the maximum length of field & lt; text & gt;

+CPBR Read Phone Book Entries
If given index range is valid but all entries in it are empty, response is empty.
& lt; nlength & gt; and & lt; tlength & gt; parameters of test command may be figured out from ME
model or (in case of SIM) left empty. (GSM 07.07 section 8.12.)
Syntax:
AT+CPBR= & lt; index1 & gt; , & lt; index2 & gt;

AT+CPBR=?

Response is [+CPBR: & lt; index1 & gt; ,
& lt; number & gt; , & lt; type & gt; , & lt; text & gt; [[...] +CPBR:
& lt; index2 & gt; , & lt; number & gt; , & lt; type & gt; , & lt; text & gt; ]]
Show supported values. Response is
+CPBR: ( & lt; index & gt; list),[ & lt; nlength & gt; ],[ & lt; tlength & gt; ]

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Parameters:
& lt; index1 & gt; , & lt; index2 & gt; , & lt; index & gt; : integer type values in the range of location numbers
of phonebook memory
& lt; number & gt; : string type phone number of format & lt; type & gt;
& lt; type & gt; : type of address octet in integer format (GSM 04.08, subclause 10.5.4.7)
& lt; text & gt; : string type field of maximum length & lt; tlength & gt; ; character set as specified by
command Select TE Character Set +CSCS
& lt; nlength & gt; : integer type value indicating the maximum length of field & lt; number & gt;
& lt; tlength & gt; : integer type value indicating the maximum length of field & lt; text & gt;

+CPBS Select Phone Book Memory Storage
Selects memory where phonebook commands operate. Supported & lt; storage & gt; values
depend on the product. Storages not defined in 07.07: " ON " = own numbers
(MSISDNs), " EN " = emergency number, " MC " = missed calls, " DC " = dialled calls,
" RC " = received calls. (GSM 07.07 section 8.11. )
Syntax:
AT+CPBS= & lt; storage & gt;
AT+CPBS?

AT+CPBS=?

The default option is " SM " .
Query current setting.
Response is +CPBS:
& lt; storage & gt; , & lt; used & gt; , & lt; total & gt; .
Show supported values.
Response is +CPBS: (list of supported
& lt; storage & gt; 's)

Parameters:
& lt; storage & gt; :
" FD "
" LD "
" ME "
" MT "
" SM "
" TA "

SIM fixdialling-phonebook
SIM last-dialling-phonebook
ME phonebook
combined ME and SIM phonebook
SIM phonebook
TA phonebook

& lt; used & gt; : integer type value indicating the number of used locations in selected
memory
& lt; total & gt; : integer type value indicating the total number of locations in selected
memory

+CPBW Write Phone Book Entry
& lt; index & gt; must always be given in NMP products. & lt; nlength & gt; and & lt; tlength & gt;
parameters of test command may be figured out from ME model or (in case of SIM)
left empty. (07.07 section 8.14.)
Syntax:
AT+CPBW= & lt; index & gt; ,
& lt; number & gt; , & lt; type & gt; , & lt; text & gt;
AT+CPBW=?

The default option is [,,129/145].
Show supported values.
Response is +CPBW: ( & lt; index & gt; list),[ & lt; nlength & gt; ], (129,145),[ & lt; tlength & gt; ]

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Parameters:
& lt; index & gt; : integer type values in the range of location numbers of phonebook memory
& lt; number & gt; : string type phone number of format & lt; type & gt;
& lt; type & gt; : type of address octet in integer format (GSM 04.08, subclause 10.5.4.7) ;
default 145 when dialling string includes international access code character " + " ,
otherwise 129
& lt; text & gt; : string type field of maximum length & lt; tlength & gt; ; character set as specified by
command Select TE Character Set +CSCS
& lt; nlength & gt; : integer type value indicating the maximum length of field & lt; number & gt;
& lt; tlength & gt; : integer type value indicating the maximum length of field & lt; text & gt;

+CPIN Enter PIN
Used to enter device passwords that ME is querying, or to query whether ME is
currently querying a password. When last executed AT command failed in
PIN2/PUK2 authentication error (or security code error in case of memory updating),
read command shall return PIN2/PUK2 (or security code) & lt; code & gt; although the
operation of ME is not blocked. (GSM 07.07 section 8.3.)
Syntax:
AT+CPIN= & lt; pin & gt; , & lt; newpin & gt;
AT+CPIN?
AT+CPIN=?

Query current setting.
Response is +CPIN: & lt; code & gt;
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

Parameters:
& lt; pin & gt; , & lt; newpin & gt; : string type values

+CPMS Preferred Message Storage
This command selects memory storages to be used for reading/deleting & lt; mem1 & gt; ,
writing/sending & lt; mem2 & gt; , and receiving & lt; mem3 & gt; short messages. Amount of used
and available message locations in each memory is returned as response. (GSM
07.05 section 3.2.2.)
Syntax:
AT+CPMS= & lt; mem1 & gt; ,
& lt; mem2 & gt; , & lt; mem3 & gt;

AT+CPMS?

AT+CPMS=?

Parameters:
& lt; mem1 & gt;
& lt; mem2 & gt;
& lt; mem3 & gt;

Select preferred storage.
Response is +CPMS: & lt; used1 & gt; , & lt; total1 & gt; ,
& lt; used2 & gt; , & lt; total2 & gt; , & lt; used3 & gt; , & lt; total3 & gt;
Default option is " MT " , " ME " , " MT " or
" SM " , " SM " , " MT "
Current setting query.
Response is +CPMS: & lt; mem1 & gt; , & lt; used1 & gt; ,
& lt; total1 & gt; , & lt; mem2 & gt; , & lt; used2 & gt; , & lt; total2 & gt; ,
& lt; mem3 & gt; , & lt; used3 & gt; , & lt; total3 & gt;
Show supported values.
Response is+CPMS: (list of & lt; mem1 & gt;
locations), (list of & lt; mem2 & gt; locations), (list
of & lt; mem3 & gt; locations)

" ME "
" SM "
" ME "
" SM "
" MT "

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+CPWC ME Power Class Control
This command is used to set the preferred ME power class for each GSM frequency
band supported. The interaction of this setting with the selected bearer service
(+CBST and HSCSD commands) is manufacturer specific (for example, selecting a
multislot operation might reduce the power class automatically). If setting fails in an
ME error, +CME ERROR: & lt; err & gt; is returned.
Read command returns the currently selected output power class and default output
power class for each supported frequency band (as defined by ME manufacturer).
Parameter & lt; band1 & gt; and its associated power class parameters refer to the currently
used frequency band. For example, +CPWC: 2,1,1,5,4,0 in case of a dual-band ME
currently using band GSM1800, for which the power class is currently set to 2, the
default being class 1, and for which the currently set power class value for GSM900
is class 5, the default being class 4.
Syntax:
AT+CPWC= & lt; class & gt; , & lt; band & gt;

AT+CPWC?

AT+CPWC=?

Set current Power Class levels,
default for GSM900 is 4 and 1 for
GSM1800
Query current settings.
Response is
+CPWC: & lt; curr_class1 & gt; , & lt; def_class1 & gt; ,
& lt; band1 & gt; [, & lt; curr_class2 & gt; , & lt; def_class2 & gt; , & lt; b
and2 & gt; [...]]
Response is +CPWC: +CPWC:
(list of supported ( & lt; band & gt; ,(list of
& lt; class & gt; s)) pairs)

Parameters for & lt; class & gt; :
0
1
2
4
5

default ( 4 GSM900 and 1 GSM1800 )
1W
0.25 W
2W
0.8 W

Parameters for & lt; band & gt; :
0
1
2

GSM900
GSM1800
reserved for GSM1900

+CPWD Change Password
Changes passwords of SIM/ME/network features. " AB " = network/barring password.
(GSM 07.07 section 7.5.)
Syntax:
AT+CPWD= & lt; fac & gt; , & lt; oldpwd & gt; , & lt; newpwd & gt;
AT+CPWD=?
Show supported values.
& lt; fac & gt; :
" P2 "

SIM PIN2 refer to command +CLCK (see
page 22) Facility Lock for other values

& lt; oldpwd & gt; , & lt; newpwd & gt; : string type; & lt; oldpwd & gt; shall be the same as password
specified for the facility from the ME user interface or with command Change
Password +CPWD and & lt; newpwd & gt; is the new password; maximum length of
password can be determined with & lt; pwdlength & gt;
& lt; pwdlength & gt; : integer type maximum length of the password for the facility

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+CR Service Reporting Control
This command controls the presentation of the +CR intermediate result code. If
enabled, the result code is transmitted at the point during the connect negotiation
during which the speed and quality of service to be used have been determined,
before any error control or data compression reports are transmittted, and before any
final result code (e.g., CONNECT) is transmitted. (GSM 07.07 section 6.9.)
Syntax:
AT+CR= & lt; mode & gt;
AT+CR?
AT+CR=?

Parameters for & lt; mode & gt; :
0
1

Set service reporting control mode. The
default option is 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +CR: & lt; mode & gt; .
Show supported values.
Response is +CR:(list of supported
& lt; mode & gt; 's).

Disable reporting.
Enable reporting.

+CRC Cellular Result Codes
This command controls whether or not the extended format incoming call indication is
used. When enabled, an incoming call is indicated to the DTE with the result code
+CRING: & lt; type & gt; instead of the normal RING. See also section Result Codes. (GSM
07.07 section 6.11.)
Syntax:
AT+CRC= & lt; mode & gt;
AT+CRC?
AT+CRC=?

Values for & lt; mode & gt; :
0
1

Set incoming call indication mode. The
default option is 0.
Query current setting
Response is +CRC: & lt; mode & gt;
Show supported modes.
Response is +CRC:(list of supported
& lt; mode & gt; 's).

Disable extended format call indication.
Enable extended format call indication.

+CREG Network Registration
Controls presentation of +CREG unsolicited result code or returns current registration
status. (GSM 07.07 section 7.2. )
Syntax:
AT+CREG= & lt; n & gt;
AT+CREG?

AT+CREG=?

The default option is 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +CREG:
& lt; n & gt; , & lt; stat & gt; [, & lt; lac & gt; , & lt; ci & gt; ]
Show supported values.

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Parameters:
& lt; n & gt; :
0
1
2

& lt; stat & gt; :
0
1
2
3
4
5

disable network registration unsolicited
result code
enable network registration unsolicited
result code +CREG: & lt; stat & gt;
enable network registration and location
information unsolicited result code
+CREG: & lt; stat & gt; [, & lt; lac & gt; , & lt; ci & gt; ]
not registered, ME is not currently
searching a new operator to register to
registered, home network
not registered, but ME is currently
searching a new operator to register to
registration denied
unknown
registered, roaming

& lt; lac & gt; : string type; two byte location area code in hexadecimal format (e.g. " 00C3 "
equals 193 in decimal)
& lt; ci & gt; : string type; two byte cell ID in hexadecimal format

+CRES Restore Settings
This command restores short message service (SMS) settings (+CSMP and +CSCA
parameters) from a non-volatile memory (usually SIM) to active memory. A TA can
contain several profiles of settings. All settings specified in commands Service Centre
Address +CSCA, Set Message Parameters +CSMP and Select Cell Broadcast
Message Types +CSCB (if implemented) are restored. (GSM 07.05 section 3.3.6.)
First & lt; profile & gt; location is 1. Values restored shall be those that are available in SIM
database (GSM 11.11). If any of protocol id, data coding scheme or validity period is
returned from SIM/ME, +CSMP parameter & lt; fo & gt; is forced to be SMS-SUBMIT (i.e.
bits 1-0 are set to '01'). In addition, if validity period is returned, & lt; fo & gt; is forced to
indicate relative validity period format (i.e. bits 4-3 are set to '10'). Rest of the & lt; fo & gt;
bits are set to zero.
Syntax:
AT+CRES= & lt; profile & gt;
AT+CRES=?

Restore settings.
Display the supported profile numbers for
reading and writing of settings.
Response is +CRES: (list of supported
& lt; profile & gt; 's).

Values for & lt; profile & gt; :
0...255
manufacturer specific profile number from where settings are to be
restored

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+CRLP Radio Link Protocol
This command selects the Radio Link Protocol parameters. (GSM 07.07 section 6.8.)
Syntax:
AT+CRLP= & lt; iws & gt; , & lt; mws & gt; , & lt; T1 & gt; , & lt; N2 & gt;
[, & lt; ver & gt; , & lt; T4 & gt; ]
AT+CRLP?

AT+CRLP=?

Parameters:
& lt; iws & gt;
& lt; mws & gt;
& lt; T1 & gt;
& lt; N2 & gt;
& lt; ver & gt; , & lt; verx & gt; :

& lt; T4 & gt; :

Set RLP parameters.
Query current setting.
Response is +CRLP: & lt; iws & gt; , & lt; mws & gt; ,
& lt; T1 & gt; , & lt; N2 & gt; [ & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; +CRLP: & lt; iws & gt; ,
& lt; mws & gt; , & lt; T1 & gt; , & lt; N2 & gt; , 2, & lt; T4 & gt; ]
Show valid values.
Response is +CRLP: (list of supported
& lt; iws & gt; 's), (list of supported & lt; mws & gt; 's), (list
of supported & lt; T1 & gt; 's), (list of supported
& lt; N2 & gt; 's) [ & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; +CRLP: (list of
supported & lt; iws & gt; 's), (list of supported
& lt; mws & gt; 's), (list of supported & lt; T1 & gt; 's), (list
of supported & lt; N2 & gt; 's), 2, (list of supported
& lt; T4 & gt; 's)] .

IWF to MS window size
MS to IWF window size
acknowledgement timer T1
retransmission attempts N2
RLP version number in integer format;
when version indication is not present it
shall equal 0.
NOTE: Versions 0 and 1 share the same
parameter set. Read and test commands
shall return only one line for this set
(where & lt; verx & gt; is not present).
re-sequencing period T4

+CSAS Save Settings
This command saves active message service settings to a non-volatile memory. A
TA can contain several profiles of settings. All settings specified in commands
Service Centre Address +CSCA and Set Message Parameters +CSMP are saved.
(GSM 07.05 section 3.3.5.)
First & lt; profile & gt; location is 1. Values stored shall be those that are available in SIM
database (GSM 11.11). SMSC address is not stored if +CSCA is not set/restored
during current session (i.e. +CSCA? returns +CSCA: " " ,129). Protocol id ( & lt; pid & gt; ), data
coding scheme ( & lt; dcs & gt; ) and validity period ( & lt; vp & gt; ) are not stored if +CSMP parameter
& lt; fo & gt; does not indicate SMS-SUBMIT (i.e. bits 1-0 are not '01'). In addition, validity
period is not stored if & lt; fo & gt; does not indicate relative validity period format (i.e. bits 43 are not '10'). Destination address or alpha tag cannot be stored through AT
interface. NOTE: The values that are not stored shall remain intact in the & lt; profile & gt; .
Syntax:
AT+CSAS= & lt; profile & gt;
AT+CSAS=?

Save settings.
Display the supported profile numbers for
reading and writing of settings.
Response is +CSAS: (list of supported
& lt; profiles & gt; 's).

Values for & lt; profile & gt; :
0...255
manufacturer specific profile number where settings are to be stored

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+CSCA Service Centre Address
This command updates the short message service centre (SMSC) address, through
which mobile originated short messages are transmitted (local TA SMSC address).
SMSC address may also change when +CRES is actioned. If this value is not set (i.e.
not restored from ME or set with this command during the current session) before
using +CMGS, +CMGW (in case of SMS-SUBMIT or SMS-COMMAND) or +CMGC
command, it must be automatically read from SIM/ME. (GSM 07.05 section 3.3.1.)
Syntax:
AT+CSCA= & lt; sca & gt; , & lt; tosca & gt;
AT+CSCA?
AT+CSCA=?

Parameters:
& lt; sca & gt;
& lt; tosca & gt;

Set service centre address.
Default setting is " " ,129.
Current setting query.
Response is +CSCA: & lt; sca & gt; , & lt; tosca & gt; .
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

service centre address
type of address, 129 for normal and 145
for international access (number contains
'+' character)

+CSCB Select Cell Broadcast Message Types
This command selects which types of cell broadcast messages are to be received.
TA (not ME) shall check that given and are valid. (GSM 07.05 section 3.3.4.)
Syntax:
AT+CSCB= & lt; mode & gt; ,
& lt; mids & gt; , & lt; dcss & gt;
AT+CSCB?

AT+CSCB=?

Select message types.
Default setting is 0, " " , " " .
Query current setting.
Response is +CSCB: & lt; mode & gt; , & lt; mids & gt; ,
& lt; dcss & gt; .
Show valid values.
Response is +CSCB: (0,1).

Parameters:
& lt; mode & gt; :
0
message types specified in & lt; mids & gt; and & lt; dcss & gt; are accepted
1
message types specified in & lt; mids & gt; and & lt; dcss & gt; are not accepted
& lt; mids & gt; :
all different possible combinations of message identifiers, example:
" 0,1,5,10-20,22 "
& lt; dcss & gt; :
all different possible combinations of data coding schemes, example:
" 0-3,5 "

+CSCS Select TE Character Set
This command informs the product which character set is used by the DTE. The
product is then able to convert character strings correctly between DTE and mobile
equipment character sets. (GSM 07.07 section 5.5.)
Syntax:
AT+CSCS= & lt; chset & gt; & lt; chset & gt;
AT+CSCS?
AT+CSCS=?

Select character set.
Query current setting.
Response is +CSCS: & lt; chset & gt;
Show supported character sets.
Response is +CSCS: (list of supported
& lt; chset & gt; 's). All products do not support
" HEX " .

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Values for & lt; chset & gt; :
" GSM "

" HEX "

" IRA "
" PCCP437 "
" PCDN "
" 8859-1 "

GSM default alphabet; this setting easily
causes software flow control (XON/XOFF)
problems.
Character strings consist only of
hexadecimal numbers from 00 to FF; e.g.,
" 032FE6 " equals three characters with the
decimal values 3, 47 and 230.
International Reference Alphabet (ITU-T
T.50)
PC character set Code Page 437.
PC Danish/Norwegian character set.
ISO 8859 Latin 1 character set.
This is the default option.

+CSDH Show Text Mode Parameters
This command controls whether detailed header information is shown in text mode
short message result codes. (GSM 07.05 section 3.3.3.)
Syntax:
AT+CSDH= & lt; show & gt;

AT+CSDH?
AT+CSDH=?

Values for & lt; show & gt; :
0

1

Enable or disable showing of detailed
header information.
Default setting is 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +CSDH: & lt; show & gt; .
Show supported values.
Response is +CSDH:(list of supported
& lt; show & gt; 's).

do not show header values defined in
commands +CSCA and +CSMP ( & lt; sca & gt; ,
& lt; tosca & gt; , & lt; fo & gt; , & lt; vp & gt; , & lt; pid & gt; and & lt; dcs & gt; )
nor & lt; length & gt; , & lt; toda & gt; or & lt; tooa & gt; in +CMT,
+CMGL, +CMGR result codes for SMSDELIVERs and SMS-SUBMITs in text
mode; for SMS-COMMANDs in +CMGR
result code, do not show & lt; pid & gt; , & lt; mn & gt; ,
& lt; da & gt; , & lt; toda & gt; , & lt; length & gt; or & lt; cdata & gt;
show all the values in result codes

+CSMP Set Text Mode Parameters
This command is used to select values for additional parameters needed when short
messages are sent, or stored. The parameters are only used in SMS text mode. The
values of these parameters may change also when +CRES is actioned. TA shall
accept only valid SMS-SUBMIT and SMS-DELIVER values in & lt; fo & gt; . (GSM 07.05
section 3.3.2.)
Syntax:
AT+CSMP= & lt; fo & gt; , & lt; vp & gt; ,
& lt; pid & gt; , & lt; dcs & gt;
AT+CSMP?
AT+CSMP=?

Set parameter values. Default setting is
17,167,0,0.
Current setting query. Response is
+CSMP: & lt; fo & gt; , & lt; vp & gt; , & lt; pid & gt; , & lt; dcs & gt; .
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

Parameters:
& lt; fo & gt;
depending on the command or result code: first octet of SMSDELIVER, SMS-SUBMIT (default 17), or SMS-STATUS-REPORT in
integer format.
& lt; vp & gt;
depending on SMS-SUBMIT setting: validity period either in integer
format (default 167) or in time-string format.
& lt; pid & gt;
protocol identifier in integer format (default 0).
& lt; dcs & gt;
SMS Data Coding Scheme (default 0).
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+CSMS Select Message Service
This commands selects the messaging service and returns the type of messages
supported. Supported service is specified by GSM 03.40 and 03.41 (service value 0).
If chosen service is not supported by the ME (but is supported by the TA), final result
code +CMS ERROR: shall be returned. Main difference between 0 and 1 is that
when =1 +CNMA acknowledgement is required to most MT short messages routed
directly TE. (GSM 07.05 section 3.2.1.)
Syntax:
AT+CSMS= & lt; service & gt;

AT+CSMS?

AT+CSMS=?

Select message service.
Response is +CSMS: 1,1,1 or 1,1, 0.
Default setting is 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +CSMS: & lt; service & gt; ,1,1,1 or
+CSMS: & lt; service & gt; ,1,1,0.
Show supported services.
Response is +CSMS: (0,1) or (0).

Parameters:
& lt; mt & gt; , & lt; mo & gt; , & lt; bm & gt; :
0
type not supported
1
type supported
& lt; mt & gt; :
mobile terminated messages supported (value 1) or not (value 0)
& lt; mo & gt; :
mobile originated messages supported (value 1) or not (value 0)
& lt; bm & gt; :
broadcast type messages supported (value 1) or not (value 0)

+CSNS Single Numbering Scheme
This command is used to select the bearer service to be used when a call without
bearer service capability element is received. The command must be given before
the call comes. Parameter values set with the command +CBST are used when
& lt; mode & gt; equals to a data service. (GSM 07.07 section 6.16.)
Syntax:
AT+CSNS= & lt; mode & gt;
AT+CSNS?
AT+CSNS=?

Values for & lt; mode & gt; :
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Set single numbering scheme mode. The
default option is 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +CSNS: & lt; mode & gt;
Show supported modes.
Response is +CSNS: (list of supported
& lt; mode & gt; 's).

voice (default)
alternating voice/fax, voice first
(teleservice 61)
fax (teleservice 62)
alternating voice/data, voice first
(teleservice 61)
data
alternating voice/fax, fax first (teleservice
61)
alternating voice/data, data first (bearer
service 61)
voice followed by data (bearer service 81)

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+CSQ Signal Quality
Returns signal strength as calculated by ME. Bit error rate reporting not supported by
NMP products. (GSM 07.07 section 8.5.)
Syntax:
AT+CSQ
AT+CSQ=?

Response is +CSQ: & lt; rssi & gt; , 99
Show supported values.
Response is +CSQ: (list of supported
& lt; rssi & gt; 's), (99)

Parameters:
& lt; rssi & gt; :
0
1
2...30
31
99

-113 dBm or less
-111 dBm
-109... -53 dBm
-51 dBm or greater
not known or not detectable

+CSSN Supplementary Service Notifications
Controls presentation of +CSSI intermediate result code and +CSSU unsolicited
result code. (GSM 07.07 section 7.16.)
Syntax:
AT+CSSN= & lt; n & gt; , & lt; m & gt;
AT+CSSN?
AT+CSSN=?

Parameters:
& lt; n & gt; :
0
1
& lt; m & gt; :
0
1
& lt; code1 & gt; :
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

The default option is 0, 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +CSSN: & lt; n & gt; , & lt; m & gt;
Show supported values.
Response is +CSSN: (list of supported
& lt; n & gt; 's), (list of supported & lt; m & gt; 's)

parameter sets/shows the +CSSI result
code presentation status in the TA:
disable
enable
parameter sets/shows the +CSSU result
code presentation status in the TA:
disable
enable
it is manufacturer specific, which of these
codes are supported:
unconditional call forwarding is active
some of the conditional call forwardings
are active
call has been forwarded
call is waiting
this is a CUG call (also & lt; index & gt; present)
outgoing calls are barred
incoming calls are barred
CLIR suppression rejected
call has been deflected

& lt; index & gt; : refer " Closed user group +CCUG "

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& lt; code2 & gt; :
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

8

9

it is manufacturer specific, which of these
codes are supported:
this is a forwarded call (MT call setup)
this is a CUG call (also & lt; index & gt; present)
(MT call setup)
call has been put on hold (during a voice
call)
call has been retrieved (during a voice
call)
multiparty call entered (during a voice call)
call on hold has been released (this is not
a SS notification) (during a voice call)
forward check SS message received (can
be received whenever)
call is being connected (alerting) with the
remote party in alerting state in explicit
call transfer operation (during a voice call)
call has been connected with the other
remote party in explicit call transfer
operation (also number and subaddress
parameters may be present) (during a
voice call or MT call setup)
this is a deflected call (MT call setup)

& lt; number & gt; : string type phone number of format specified by & lt; type & gt;
& lt; type & gt; : type of address octet in integer format (GSM 04.08, subclause 10.5.4.7)
& lt; subaddr & gt; : string type subaddress of format specified by & lt; satype & gt;
& lt; satype & gt; : type of subaddress octet in integer format (GSM 04.08, subclause
10.5.4.8)

+CSTA Select Type of Address
Dial command D uses always this setting except when dial string includes
international access code character (+). In this case type of address sent to the
network defaults to 145 (international/telephony). (GSM 07.07 section 6.1.)
Syntax:
AT+CSTA= & lt; type & gt;
AT+CSTA?
AT+CSTA=?

Select type. The default option is 129.
Query current setting.
Response is +CSTA: & lt; type & gt;
Show supported types.
Response is +CSTA:(list of supported
& lt; type & gt; 's).

+CTFR Call Deflection
Deflects MT alerting call to specified number. (GSM 07.07 section 7.13.)
Syntax:
AT+CTFR= & lt; number & gt; , & lt; type & gt; ,
& lt; subaddr & gt; , & lt; satype & gt;
AT+CTFR=?

Select bearer service type. The default
option is [,129/145,,128].
Shows whether command has been
implemented.

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Parameters:
& lt; number & gt; : string type phone number of format specified by & lt; type & gt;
& lt; type & gt; : type of address octet in integer format (GSM 04.08, subclause 10.5.4.7);
default 145 when dialling string includes international access code character " + " ,
otherwise 129
& lt; subaddr & gt; : string type subaddress of format specified by & lt; satype & gt;
& lt; satype & gt; : type of subaddress octet in integer format (GSM 04.08, subclause
10.5.4.8); default 128

+CUSD Unstructured Supplementary Service Data
Used to send MO USSD and set the presentation of +CUSD unsolicited result code
(MT USSD). Used also to reply to a network initiated USSD (see Result codes
section). (GSM 07.07 section 7.14.)
Syntax:
AT+CUSD= & lt; n & gt; , & lt; str & gt; , & lt; dcs & gt;
AT+CUSD?
AT+CUSD=?

Parameters:
& lt; n & gt; :
0
1
& lt; str & gt; :

- if & lt; dcs & gt; indicates that GSM 03.38
default alphabet is used:
- if TE character set other than " HEX "
(refer command Select TE Character
Set +CSCS):
- if TE character set is " HEX " :

- if & lt; dcs & gt; indicates that 8-bit data
coding scheme is used:

& lt; dcs & gt; :
& lt; m & gt; :
0

1

Response is +CUSD: & lt; m & gt; [, & lt; str & gt; , & lt; dcs & gt; ].
The default option is 0[,,0].
Query current setting.
Response is +CUSD: & lt; n & gt;
Show supported values.
Response is +CUSD:(list of supported
& lt; n & gt; 's).

sets/shows the result code presentation
status in the TA:
disable
enable
string type USSD-string (when & lt; str & gt;
parameter is not given, network is not
interrogated):

ME/TA converts GSM alphabet into
current TE character set according to
rules of GSM 07.05, Annex A
ME/TA converts each 7-bit character of
GSM alphabet into two IRA character long
hexadecimal number (e.g. character P
(GSM 23) is presented as 17 (IRA 49 and
55))
ME/TA converts each 8-bit octet into two
IRA character long hexadecimal number
(e.g. octet with integer value 42 is
presented to TE as two characters 2A
(IRA 50 and 65))
GSM 03.38, Cell Broadcast Data Coding
Scheme in integer format (default 0)
no further user action required (network
initiated USSD-Notify, or no further
information needed after mobile initiated
operation)
further user action required (network
initiated USSD-Request, or further
information needed after mobile initiated
operation)

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+DR Data Compression Reporting
This command controls the presentation of +DR: & lt; compr & gt; intermediate result code.
(V.25ter section 6.6.2.)
Syntax:
AT+DR= & lt; mode & gt;
AT+DR?
AT+DR=?

Parameters:
& lt; mode & gt;
0
1
& lt; compr & gt;
NONE
V42B
V42B RD
V42B TD
MNP5

Set reporting mode. The default option is
0.
Query current setting.
Response is +DR: & lt; mode & gt;
Show supported modes.
Response is +DR:(list of supported
& lt; mode & gt; 's).

data compression reporting disabled
data compression reporting enabled
data compression not in use
V.42bis in use in both directions
V.42bis in use in receive direction only
V:42bis in use in transmit direction only
MNP5 in use

+DS Data Compression
This command controls the V.42bis and MNP5 data compression functions. V.42bis
can be used with transparent and non-transparent data services and MNP5 can be
used only with transparent data service. The data service is selected with the
command AT+CBST. (V.25ter section 6.6.1.)
Syntax:
AT+DS=[ & lt; dir & gt; [, & lt; neg & gt; [, & lt; P1 & gt; [, & lt; P2 & gt; ]]]]
AT+DS?

AT+DS=?

Set compression parameters.
Query current setting.
Response is +DS: & lt; dir & gt; , & lt; neg & gt; ,
& lt; P1 & gt; , & lt; P2 & gt; .
Show supported values.
Response is +DS: (list of supported
& lt; dir & gt; 's), (list of supported & lt; neg & gt; 's), (list of
supported & lt; P1 & gt; 's), (list of supported
& lt; P2 & gt; 's).

Parameters:
& lt; dir & gt;
0
1
2
3
& lt; neg & gt;
0

no compression (V.42bis P0=0)
V.42bis transmit only or MNP5
V.42bis receive only or MNP5
V.42bis both directions or MNP5

1

& lt; P1 & gt;
& lt; P2 & gt;

do not disconnect if compression is not
negotiated by the remote DCE as
specified in & lt; direction & gt;
disconnect if compression is not
negotiated by the re-mote DCE as
specified in & lt; direction & gt;
maximum number of dictionary entries
which should be negotiated, 512 to 2048
maximum string length to be negotiated, 6
to 32, de-fault 20 (V.42bis P2).

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+EB Break Handling in Error Control Operation
This command controls how break signal is handled. Operation mode for a break
signal to be sent to remote end is selected with & lt; break-sel & gt; , and & lt; timed & gt; specifies if
break length is signalled to the remote end. Default length of a break signal to be
sent to local DTE is specified with & lt; def-length & gt; for the cases where break length is
not received. These settings are only used in transparent data call (see command
+CBST at page 13) with V.42 enabled (see command +ES at page 50). (V.25ter
section 6.5.2.)
Syntax:
AT+EB= & lt; break-sel & gt; ,
& lt; timed & gt; , & lt; def-length & gt;
AT+EB?

AT+EB=?

Parameters:
& lt; break_mode & gt;
0
1
2
3
& lt; timed & gt;
0
1
& lt; length & gt;
0
1 to 254

Set break parameters.
The default options are 1, 0, 30.
Query current setting.
Response is +EB: & lt; break-sel & gt; , & lt; timed & gt; ,
& lt; def-length & gt; .
Show supported values.
Response is +EB: (list of supported
& lt; break-sel & gt; 's), (list of supported
& lt; timed & gt; 's), (list of supported & lt; deflength & gt; 's).

ignore break
break sent to data buffer (non-expedited),
subsequent data is retained (default)
break sent immediately (expedited),
subsequent data is retained
break sent immediately (expedited),
subsequent data is cleared
break length not signalled to remote end
(default)
break length signalled to remote end
do not deliver break to DTE
default break length in 0,01 second
periods (default 30)

+EFCS 32-bit Frame Check Sequence
This command controls the use of the 32-bit frame check sequence opiton in V.42
error contorl mode. 32-bit FCS is not supported by NMP products. This command
has no effect on the NMP prodcucts, because only 16-bit FCS is supported. (V.25ter
section 6.5.4.)
Syntax:
AT+EFCS= & lt; value & gt;
AT+EFCS?
AT+EFCS=?

Select 16-bit FCS. The default option is 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +EFCS: & lt; value & gt;
Show supported values.
Response is +EFCS: (list of supported
& lt; value & gt; 's).

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+ER Error Control Reporting
This command controls whether or not the +ER: & lt; type & gt; result code is transmitted to
the DTE. The result code shows the current error control protocol type when
transparent data service is used. If enabled, the result code is transmitted at the point
after error control negotiation (handshaking). (V.25ter section 6.5.5.)
Syntax:
AT+ER= & lt; mode & gt;
AT+ER?
AT+ER=?

Parameters:
& lt; mode & gt;
0
1
& lt; type & gt;
NONE
LAPM
ALT

Set reporting mode. The default option is
0.
Query current setting.
Response is +ER: & lt; mode & gt; .
Show supported values.
Response is +ER: (list of supported
& lt; mode & gt; 's).

error control reporting disabled
error control reporting enabled
error control not in use
V.42 LAPM protocol in use
MNP protocol in use

+ES Error Control Selection
This command controls the V.42 error control protocol which can be used with
transparent data service (see command +CBST at page 13). When mobile originated
calls are made the transparent data mode must be selected with the command
AT+CBST. The requested mode and the acceptable fallback mode of operation for
an initiated call are selected with parameters & lt; orig_rqst & gt; and & lt; orig_fbk & gt; . The third
parameter, & lt; ans_fbk & gt; , defines the acceptable fallback mode of operation when a call
is answered. (V.25ter section 6.5.1.)
Syntax:
AT+ES= & lt; orig_rqst & gt; ,
& lt; orig_fbk & gt; , & lt; ans_fbk & gt;
AT+ES?

AT+ES=?

Set error control parameters.
The default options are 4, 0, 2.
Query current setting.
Response is +ES: & lt; orig_rqst & gt; ,
& lt; orig_fbk & gt; , & lt; ans_fbk & gt; .
Show supported values.
Response is +ES: (list of supported
& lt; orig_rqst & gt; 's), (list of supported
& lt; orig_fbk & gt; 's), (list of supported
& lt; ans_fbk & gt; 's).

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Parameters:
& lt; orig_rqst & gt;
0
1
2
3
4
& lt; orig_fbk & gt;
0
2
3
4

& lt; ans_fbk & gt;
0
1
2
4
5
6

direct mode
initiate call with buffered mode (flow
control used)
initiate V.42 without detection phase
initiate V.42 with detection phase
initiate MNP protocol
error control optional, use buffered mode
if error control not established
error control required, disconnect if error
control not es-tablished
LAPM error control required, disconnect if
error control not established
MNP error control required, disconnect if
error control not established

direct mode
error control disabled, use buffered mode
error control optional, use buffered mode
if error control not established
error control required, disconnect if error
control not es-tablished
LAPM error control required, disconnect if
error control not established
MNP error control required, disconnect if
error control not established

+ESR Selective Repeat
Controls selective repeat (SREJ) option in V.42 error control mode. (V.25ter section
6.5.3.)
Syntax:
AT+ESR= & lt; value & gt;
AT+ESR?
AT+ESR=?

The default option is 1.
Query current setting.
Response is +ESR: & lt; value & gt; .
Show supported values.
Response is +ESR: (list of supported
& lt; value & gt; 's).

+ETBM Call Termination Buffer Management
This command controls how data remaining in DCE buffers is handled when a call is
disconnected. If the call is disconnected locally, & lt; txBuf & gt; parameter controls whether
the call is disconnected at once or is it delayed until all sent data is delivered or timer
expires. If the call is disconnected at remote end, & lt; txBuf & gt; parameter controls
whether the call disconnection response is sent to DTE at once or is it delayed until
all received data is delivered to DTE or timer expires. These settings may also be
used in non-transparent data call buffer management. (V.25ter section 6.5.6)
Syntax:
AT+ETBM= & lt; txBuf & gt;
, & lt; rxBuf & gt; , & lt; timer & gt;
AT+ETBM?

AT+ETBM=?

Set buffer management parameters. The
default option is 1, 1, 20.
Query current setting.
Response is +ETBM: & lt; txBuf & gt; , & lt; rxBuf & gt; ,
& lt; timer & gt; .
Show supported values.
Response is +ETBM: (list of supported
& lt; txBuf & gt; 's), (list of supported & lt; rxBuf & gt; 's),
(list of supported & lt; timer & gt; 's).

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Parameters:
& lt; txBuf & gt;
0
1

2

& lt; rxBuf & gt;
0
1

2

& lt; timer & gt;

Discard all data in transmit buffer and
disconnect.
Wait until all data in transmit buffer is sent.
If remote end disconnects discard
remaining data.
Wait until all data in transmit buffer is sent.
If remote end disconnects or timer expires
discard remaining da-ta. (default)
Discard all data in receive buffer and
disconnect.
Wait until all data in receive buffer is sent
to DTE. If lo-cal end disconnects discard
remaining data.
Wait until all data in receive buffer is sent
to DTE. If lo-cal end disconnects or timer
expires discard remaining data. (default)
timeout value in seconds for data delivery
(0 - 30, default 20)

+GCAP Request Complete Capabilities List
This command displays product information on the overall capabilities of the product.
Response may differ depending on the implemented features in a product. (V.25ter
section 6.1.9.)
Syntax:
AT+GCAP

Display product capabilities.

+GMI Request TA Manufacturer Identification
This command displays the TA manufacturer identification.(V.25ter section 6.1.4.)
Syntax:
AT+GMI

Display manufacturer identification.

+GMM Request TA Model Identification
This command displays the TA model identification. Note that in the case of a product
with TA and ME in the same physical entity, the response of the command +CGMM
is identical. (V.25ter section 6.1.5.)
Syntax:
AT+GMM

Display model identification.

+GMR Request TA Revision Identification
This command displays the TA revision identification. Response must include product
SW version, HW version is optional. Note that in the case of a product with TA and
ME in the same physical entity, the response of the command +CGMR is identical.
(V.25ter section 6.1.6.)
Syntax:
AT+GMR

Display revision identification.

+GSN Request TA Serial Number Identification
This command displays the TA serial number. Note that in the case of a product with
TA and ME in the same physical entity, the response of the command +CGSN is
identical (i.e. the IMEI number). (V.25ter section 6.1.7.)
Syntax:
AT+GSN

Display serial number.

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+ICF DTE-DCE Character Framing
This command is used to determine the character framing that the product uses while
accepting commands and while transmitting information text and a result code
to/from a DTE. Command must be in products that do not support autobauding in all
configurations and have more that one & lt; format & gt; - & lt; parity & gt; pair to be set. Note that
reset commands Z and & F do not change this setting. (V.25ter section 6.2.11.)
Syntax:
AT+ICF= & lt; format & gt; , & lt; parity & gt;
AT+ICF?
AT+ICF=?

Parameters:
& lt; format & gt;
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
& lt; parity & gt;
0
1
2
3

Default is [0].
Query current setting.
Response is +ICF: & lt; format & gt; , & lt; parity & gt; .
Show valid range of parameters.
Response is +ICF:(list of supported
& lt; format & gt; 's), (list of supported & lt; parity & gt; 's).

auto detect (default)
8 data, no parity, 2 stop
8 data, parity, 1 stop
8 data, no parity, 1 stop
7 data, no parity, 2 stop
7 data, parity, 1 stop
7 data, no parity, 1 stop
odd
even
mark
space

+IFC DTE-DCE Local Flow Control
This command is used to control the operation of local flow control between the DTE
and the product. & lt; DCE_by_DTE & gt; specifies the flow control used by the DTE to
control the flow of received data from the product. & lt; DTE_by_DCE & gt; specifies the flow
control used by a product to control the flow of transmitted data from the DTE.
Syntax:
AT+IFC= & lt; DCE_by_DTE & gt; ,
& lt; DTE_by_DCE & gt;
AT+IFC?

AT+IFC=?

Parameters:
& lt; DCE_by_DTE & gt;
0
1
2
3
& lt; DTE_by_DCE & gt;
0
1
2

Set flow control.
Default is 2,2.
Query current setting.
Response is +IFC: & lt; DCE_by_DTE & gt; ,
& lt; DTE_by_DCE & gt; .
Show valid range of parameters.
Response is+IFC:(list of supported
& lt; DCE_by_DTE & gt; 's), (list of supported
& lt; DTE_by_DCE & gt; 's)

no flow control
XON/XOFF (software) flow control
CTS/RTS (hardware) flow control
both XON/XOFF and CTS/RTS flow
control
no flow control
XON/XOFF (software) flow control
CTS/RTS (hardware) flow control

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+ILRR DTE-DCE Local Rate Reporting
This command controls whether or not the +ILRR: & lt; rate & gt; information text is
transmitted to the DTE. If enabled, the result code is transmitted after any
modification, error control or data compression reports are transmitted, and before
any final result code (e.g., CONNECT) is transmitted. The & lt; rate & gt; is applied after the
final result code is transmitted. (V.25ter section 6.2.13.)
Syntax:
AT+ILRR= & lt; mode & gt;
AT+ILRR?
AT+ILRR=?

Values for & lt; mode & gt; :
0
1

Set reporting mode.
Default is 0.
Query current setting.
Response is +ILRR: & lt; mode & gt; .
Show supported values.
Response is +ILRR:(list of supported
& lt; mode & gt; 's)

local port rate reporting disabled
local port rate reporting enabled

+IPR Fixed DTE Rate
This command specifies the data rate at which the product will accept commands.
Command must be in products that do not support autobauding in all configurations
and have more the one & lt; rate & gt; to be set (either 1200 or 9600 is mandatory according
to V.25ter). Note that reset commands Z and & F do not change this setting.
Syntax:
AT+IPR= & lt; rate & gt;
AT+IPR?
AT+IPR=?

Values for & lt; rate & gt; :
0

Set DTE rate. Default is [0].
Query current setting.
Response is +IPR: & lt; rate & gt; .
Show valid range of rate.
Response is +IPR:(list of supported
& lt; rate & gt; 's).

automatic rate detection, autobauding
(default)

300
1200
2400
4800
9600
14400
19200
28800
38400
57600
115200

+VTS DTMF Generation
This command is used to send DTMFs. Also the dialling command can be used to
send DTMFs (see command D Dial, page 55). (PN-3131 section 10.1.4.)
Syntax:
AT+VTS= & lt; dtmf & gt; , & lt; dtmf & gt; ,...
AT+VTS=?

Show supported values.
Response is ( ),( ),( )

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+WS46 Select Wireless Network
Currently there are no values for DCS1800 or PCS1900 but the option '12' could also
be used for them. (GSM 07.07 section 5.7, TIA-678 section 5.2.4.3.)
Syntax:
AT+WS46=[12]
AT+WS46?
AT+WS46=?

Select wireless network.
Query current setting. Response is 12.
Show options. Response is (12).

A Answer
This command answers an incoming call. The call is indicated by the RING or
+CRING message on the terminal equipment or by the number 2 if numeric mode
has been selected. This command can also be used to switch call mode from voice to
data when an alternating call is active. (V.25ter section 6.3.5. )
Syntax:
ATA

Answer incoming call.

All the result codes below are not in V.25ter. Before one of the codes may be
returned some of the following: +CR (or CARRIER), +ER, +DR, or +ILRR (in that
order). Available connection rates depend on the product. Answer command is also
used to control alternating mode calls (see GSM 07.07 section 6.6 and annexes E
and F).
Result Codes
possible verbose
result codes (V1)
CONNECT

numeric
(V0)
1

CONNECT 1200
CONNECT 2400
CONNECT 4800
CONNECT 9600
CONNECT 14400

5
10
11
12
17

CONNECT 19200
CONNECT 28800
ERROR
NO CARRIER
OK

18
19
4
3
0

description
data/fax call established; rate 300 bps (or X
forbids rate display)
data/fax call established; rate 1200 bps
data/fax call established; rate 2400 bps
data/fax call established; rate 4800 bps
data/fax call established; rate 9600 bps
HSCSD (or 14.4 tch) data/fax call established;
rate 14400 bps
HSCSD data/fax call established; rate 19200 bps
HSCSD data/fax call established; rate 28800 bps
command cannot be actioned
call could not be established
command aborted

B Communications Standard Option (CCITT/Bell mode)
This command has no effect on the data software. It is included for compatibility
reasons. (De facto.)
Syntax:
ATB[ & lt; n & gt; ]

Values for & lt; n & gt; [0]...1.

D Dial
This command initiates a call. (V.25ter section 6.3.1.) When a call is initiated, the
command must contain the called party's number or a directory entry which contains
the stored number. The ATD command can also be used for sending DTMF tones
and for switching call mode from voice to data when an alternating call is active.
(GSM 07.07 section 6.6 and annexes E and F)

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When the product tries to reach a number and fails to establish a connection, further
attempts will be delayed, i.e., successive attempts to dial the same number will be
rejected for a short period of time, and the response DELAYED will be displayed. The
delay period only lasts for a few seconds at first, however, if you continue to try to get
the call through and fail, the delay will be prolonged for a few minutes. Finally, the
called number will be included on a list of so-called blacklisted numbers. The
response BLACKLISTED will be seen on the screen. The data software will not
accept any new attempts to that number before you press any key on the cellular
phone keypad. This user action erases the number from the list and enables you to
call the number again. The purpose of blacklisting numbers is to conserve the
network's resources.

NOTE: +VTS command or comma modifier (e.g. " ATD,1234 " ; in this case the first
comma do not cause a pause) can be used to send DTMF digits.
Syntax:
A semicolon character needs be added when a voice call is originated.
ATD[ & lt; dial_string & gt; [;]]
Dials the number in a dial_string.
ATD & gt; mem & lt; n & gt; [;]
Originate call to phone number found from
location in a specific memory mem, which
is one of the two letter memory
abbreviations as returned by +CPBS=?
(without double quotes); location range
can be queried with +CPBR=?; note that
in case of SIM ADN memory (SM) also
D & gt; SIM shall be accepted (due to
inconsistency in 07.07).
ATD & gt; & lt; n & gt; [;]
Dials a stored number from a data
software memory location & lt; n & gt; .
ATD[;]
Dials a stored number from a data
software memory location 0.
ATD & gt; & lt; string & gt;
Dial a number assigned to name & lt; string & gt; .
ATDL
Redials the last number that has been
dialled during the current session.
& lt; dial-string & gt; Characters
& lt; dial-string & gt; characters
V.25ter dialling digits
V.25ter modifiers

values
0123456789+
*#ABCD
,

V.25ter semicolon

TP!W@
;

GSM 07.07 modifiers

& gt;
i
I
G

de facto

L

description
accepted as valid digits
cause ERROR
in case of voice call: originate call to
the number preceding comma, wait for
remote answer, pause for length
specified with S8 register, and send
numbers after comma as DTMF digits;
further commas cause pause for
length specified with S8 register (all
commas are ignored in case of data
call)
accepted but ignored
voice call originating (must be last
character in command line)
direct dialling from phonebook (must
be first char after D) (see next table)
allow calling line id presentation for
this call
restrict calling line id presentation for
this call
control CUG information for this call;
use +CCUG values
redial to the number last dialled

See also 07.07 section 6.2 and V.25ter sections 6.3.1.1-6.3.1.7. For voice call
example refer 07.07 annex G. Note that I is the only case-sensitive dial-string
character.
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Result Codes
All result codes are not in V.25ter. Before one of the above codes may be returned
some of the following: +CSSI, +COLP, +CR (or CARRIER), +ER, +DR, or +ILRR (in
that order). Available connection rates depend on the product.
possible verbose
result codes (V1)
BLACKLISTED
BUSY
CONNECT

numeric
(V0)
14
7
1

CONNECT 1200
CONNECT 2400
CONNECT 4800
CONNECT 9600
CONNECT 14400

5
10
11
12
17

CONNECT 19200
CONNECT 28800
DELAYED

18
19
13

ERROR
NO ANSWER
NO CARRIER
OK

4
8
3
0

description
call to the number is forbidden until manual reset
called party is busy
data/fax call established; rate 300 bps (or X
forbids rate display)
data/fax call established; rate 1200 bps
data/fax call established; rate 2400 bps
data/fax call established; rate 4800 bps
data/fax call established; rate 9600 bps
HSCSD (or 14.4 tch) data/fax call established;
rate 14400 bps
HSCSD data/fax call established; rate 19200 bps
HSCSD data/fax call established; rate 28800 bps
call to the number is temporarily (5 sec - 3 min)
forbidden
command cannot be actioned
called party does not answer
call could not be established
command aborted or voice call started with
semicolon character

E Command Echo
This command determines whether characters that are received from the DTE are
echoed or not in the command mode. (V.25ter section 6.2.4.)
Syntax:
ATE[0]
ATE1

Disable echoing
Enable echoing. This is the default option.

Fax Commands
The following fax (+F) command sets are available for use by products supporting
GSM 03.45 facsimile group 3 transparent:
o
o
o

Class 1, TIA-578-A
Class 2, TIA SP-2388
Class 2.0, TIA-592 and ITU-T T.32

It is product dependant which of these command sets are supported, and also
whether error correction mode (ECM) in Class 2 and 2.0 is supported.
Class 8 support (as returned by fax command +FCLASS=?) indicates that it is
possible to set ME to voice mode. It is not possible to transfer voice data between TE
and ME. "

H Hang Up Call
This command normally hangs up the call. If the alternating call data mode is
currently active, ATH does not hang up the call but call mode is switched from data to
voice. If you want to disconnect the alternating call, you must use the AT+CHUP
command instead. (V.25ter section 6.3.6.)
Syntax:
ATH[ & lt; n & gt; ]

Hang up call. & lt; n & gt; =0

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I Request Identification Information
This command displays information on the TA. (V.25ter section 6.1.3.)
Syntax:
ATI[0]
ATI1
ATI2
ATI3
ATI4...ATI13

Displays the TA manufacturer
identification (same as for +GMI).
Displays the product serial number (same
as for +GSN).
Displays the product version (same as for
+GMR).
Displays the product name (same as for
+GMM).
Dummy values that are just accepted.

In-Band Actions from DTE to DCE
The following shielded codes (refer to PN-3131 sections 5.3 and 8.3) can be sent by
DTE when in class 8 mode (+FCLASS=8). At least some of these actions are
required if binary voice data is transferred through AT command interface. Other
actions of PN-3131 are not applicable to GSM.
action
0/3
1/4
7
9
10
11
15
-

code
u
d
& lt; esc & gt;
p
r
& lt; etx & gt;
!
& lt; dle & gt;
& lt; sub & gt;

description
volume up
volume down
end receive data state
pause transmit data state
resume transmit data state
end transmit data state
abort receive data state
single & lt; dle & gt; in data
& lt; dle & gt; & lt; dle & gt; in data

state
transmit/receive
transmit/receive
receive
transmit
transmit
transmit
receive
transmit
transmit

L Monitor Speaker Loudness
This setting is ignored. It is included for compatibility reasons. (V.25ter section
6.3.13.)
Syntax:
ATL[ & lt; n & gt; ]

L[0]...L3

M Monitor Speaker Mode
This setting is ignored. It is included for compatibility reasons. (V.25ter section
6.3.14.)
Syntax:
ATM[ & lt; n & gt; ]

M[0]...M2

O Return to On-Line Data State
This command is used when you have made a connection with the remote device
and have escaped (with the +++ command) to the command mode. Give the
command to return from the (on-line) command mode to normal on-line operation.
(V.25ter section 6.1.2.)
Syntax:
ATO[ & lt; n & gt; ]

Go to on-line state. Response is
CONNECT [ & lt; speed & gt; ].

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P Select Pulse Dialling
This setting is ignored. It is included for compatibility reasons. (V.25ter section 6.3.3.)
Syntax:
ATP

Q Result Code Suppression
This command determines whether responses are sent to the DTE or not. Affects
only result codes, not information responses. (V.25ter section 6.2.5.)
Syntax:
ATQ[0]
ATQ1

Enable sending of responses to DTE. This
is the default option.
Disable sending of responses to DTE

S0 Automatic Answer
Value indicates number of rings (RING or +CRING result codes) to wait before
answering automatically. Value 0 disables auto-answer. (V.25ter section 6.3.8.)
Syntax:
ATS0= & lt; n & gt;
ATS0?

Values for & lt; n & gt; are 0..255 (default 0).
Query current setting.
Response is & lt; n & gt; .

S1 Ring Count
Returns number of rings (RING or +CRING result codes) counted after last MT call
setup. (De facto.)
Syntax:
ATS1?

Query current setting.
Response is & lt; n & gt; . Values for & lt; n & gt; are
000..255.

S2 Escape Code Character
The default character is a plus sign. See also the command +++ Escape at page 11.
(De facto.)
Syntax:
ATS2= & lt; n & gt;
ATS2?

Values for & lt; n & gt; are 0..127 (default 43)
Query current setting.
Response is & lt; n & gt; .

S3 Command Line Termination Character
Default character is carriage return. The setting is also used in result code and
information response formatting. See also command V, page 62. (V.25ter section
6.2.1. )
Syntax:
ATS3= & lt; n & gt;
ATS3?

Set termination character. Default is 13.
Show valid values. Response is & lt; n & gt; .

Values for & lt; n & gt; :
000
...
127

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S4 Response Formatting Character
Default character is line feed. See also command V, page 62. (V.25ter section 6.2.2.)
Syntax:
ATS4= & lt; n & gt;
ATS4?

Set response formatting character. Default
is 10.
Show valid values. Response is & lt; n & gt; .

Values for & lt; n & gt; :
000
...
127

S5 Command Line Editing Character
Default character is backspace. (V.25ter section 6.2.3.)
Syntax:
ATS5= & lt; n & gt;
ATS5?

Set response formatting character.
Default is 8.
Show valid values. Response is & lt; n & gt; .

Values for & lt; n & gt; :
000
...
127

S6 Pause Before Blind Dialling
This setting is ignored. (V.25ter section 6.3.9.)
Syntax:
ATS6= & lt; n & gt;
ATS6?

Values for & lt; n & gt; are 2..10.
Query current setting.
Response is & lt; n & gt; .

S7 Connection Completion Timeout
Also known as 'no answer timeout'. Value is given in seconds. Value 0 (unlimited
time) is not in V.25ter. (V.25ter section 6.3.10).
Syntax:
ATS7= & lt; n & gt;
ATS7?

Values for & lt; n & gt; are 0..255 (default 60).
Query current setting.
Response is & lt; n & gt; .

S8 Comma Dial Modifier Time
Value is given in seconds. See also command D, page 55. (V.25ter section 6.3.11. )
Syntax:
ATS8= & lt; n & gt;
ATS8?

Values for & lt; n & gt; are 0..255 (default 2).
Query current setting.
Response is & lt; n & gt; .

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S10 Automatic Disconnect Delay
Value is given in tenths of a second. Values 0 and 255 (do not disconnect) are not in
V.25ter. (V.25ter section 6.3.12.)
Syntax:
ATS10= & lt; n & gt;
ATS10?

Values for & lt; n & gt; are 0..255 (default 100).
Query current setting.
Response is & lt; n & gt; .

S12 Escape Guard Time
Value is in fiftieths of a second (default is one second). See also the command +++
Escape at page 11. (De facto.)
Syntax:
ATS12= & lt; n & gt;
ATS12?

Values for & lt; n & gt; are 0..255 (default 50).
Query current setting.
Response is & lt; n & gt; .

S25 Detect DTR Change Time
Time (in seconds) to react on DTR signal change. See also command & D, page 9.
(De facto.)
Syntax:
ATS25= & lt; n & gt;
ATS25?

Set DTR change time. Default is 0.
Show valid values. Response is & lt; n & gt; .

Values for & lt; n & gt; :
000
...
255

S46 Force V.42bis Data Compression
Used to force V.42bis on for mobile to mobile connections. 0=disabled, 1=enabled in
transmit direction only, 2=enabled in receive direction only, 3=enabled in both
directions.
Syntax:
ATS46= & lt; n & gt;
ATS46?

Values for & lt; n & gt; : 0..3 (default 0)
Values for & lt; n & gt; : 000..003

S47 Force Fax Class 2/2.0 Error Correction Mode
Error Correction Mode can be enabled using this register. 0=disabled, 1=enabled
with 64 byte frames, 2=enabled with 256 byte frames.
Syntax:
ATS47= & lt; n & gt;
ATS47?

Values for & lt; n & gt; : 0..2 (default 0)
Response is & lt; n & gt; . Values for & lt; n & gt; :
000..002

T Select Tone Dialling
This setting is ignored. It is included for compatibility reasons. (V.25ter section 6.3.2.)
Syntax:
ATT

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V Define DCE Response Format
This command determines whether result codes are transmitted in a numeric format
or an alphabetic (or verbose) format. (V.25ter section 6.2.4.)
Syntax:
ATV[0]

ATV1

Select numeric (short form) responses.
(Numeric V.25ter basic syntax result
codes with limited headers and trailers.)
Select textual (long) responses. (Verbose
V.25ter basic syntax result codes with full
headers and trailers.) This is the default
option.

X Result Code Selection
This command selectively enables or disables the response codes sent to the DTE.
When BUSY, NO ANSWER, DELAYED or BLACKLISTED is not enabled, NO
CARRIER is used instead. When CONNECT & lt; rate & gt; with a correct data & lt; rate & gt; is not
enabled, a plain CONNECT is used instead. This command does not affect the
presentation of other result codes than the ones mentioned below. (V.25ter section
6.2.7.)
Syntax:
ATX[0]
ATX1
ATX2
ATX3
ATX4
ATX5

OK, CONNECT, RING, NO CARRIER,
ERROR codes enabled.
also CONNECT 1200, CONNECT 2400
enabled.
same as value 1
also BUSY enabled
also NO ANSWER enabled
also CONNECT 4800 (or higher data
rates), CARRIER, DELAYED,
BLACKLISTED enabled. This is the
default option.

Z Reset to Default Configuration
This command restores the parameter values of one of the user profiles by recalling
the respective settings from the memory. Settings that are not stored in a profile (see
command & W, page 10) will be reset to their factory defaults (see command & F,
page 9). If the product does not have memory profiles (or has only one of them) it
shall accept both the command Z0 and Z1 (and reset to factory defaults). (V.25ter
section 6.1.1.)
Syntax:
ATZ[0]
ATZ1

Disconnect, reset to stored profile 0.
Disconnect, reset to stored profile 1.

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In Functional Groups
TA-TE Interface Commands
& C Define DCD Usage [circuit 109 (RLSD) behaviour] ........................ 9
& D Define DTR Usage [circuit 108 (DTR) behaviour]........................... 9
& K Select Flow Control......................................................................... 9
& Q Define Communications Mode Option.......................................... 10
& S Define DSR Option ....................................................................... 10
+ICF DTE-DCE Character Framing .................................................... 53
+IFC DTE-DCE Local Flow Control .................................................... 53
+ILRR DTE-DCE Local Rate Reporting.............................................. 54
+IPR Fixed DTE Rate ......................................................................... 54
E Command Echo .............................................................................. 57
Q Result Code Suppression ............................................................... 59
S3 Command Line Termination Character ......................................... 59
S4 Response Formatting Character ................................................... 60
S5 Command Line Editing Character ................................................. 60
S25 Detect DTR Change Time ........................................................... 61
V Define DCE Response Format........................................................ 62
X Result Code Selection..................................................................... 62

Generic Commands
& F Restore Factory Settings................................................................. 9
& V View Active Configuration ............................................................. 10
& W Store Configuration...................................................................... 10
& Y Select Power-Up Configuration..................................................... 10
+CGMI Request ME Manufacturer Identification ................................ 17
+CGMM Request ME Model Identification.......................................... 17
+CGMR Request ME Revision Identification ...................................... 17
+CGSN Request ME Serial Number Identification ............................. 18
+CIMI Request International Mobile Subscriber Identity..................... 21
+CSCS Select TE Character Set........................................................ 42
+GCAP Request Complete Capabilities List....................................... 52
+GMI Request TA Manufacturer Identification.................................... 52
+GMM Request TA Model Identification ............................................. 52
+GMR Request TA Revision Identification ......................................... 52
+GSN Request TA Serial Number Identification................................. 52
+WS46 Select Wireless Network ........................................................ 55
I Request Identification Information .................................................... 58
Z Reset to Default Configuration ........................................................ 62

Call Control Commands
+++ Escape ........................................................................................ 11
+CBST Select Bearer Service Type ................................................... 13
+CEER Extended Error Report........................................................... 16
+CHSC HSCSD Current Call Parameters .......................................... 18
+CHSD HSCSD Device Parameters .................................................. 19
+CHSN HSCSD Non-Transparent Call Configuration ........................ 19
+CHSR Current Call Parameters Reporting ....................................... 20
+CHST HSCSD Transparent Call Configuration ................................ 20
+CHUP Hang Up Call ......................................................................... 20
+CMOD Call Mode ............................................................................. 30
+CR Service Reporting Control .......................................................... 39
+CRC Cellular Result Codes .............................................................. 39
+CRLP Radio Link Protocol................................................................ 41
+CSNS Single Numbering Scheme .................................................... 44
+CSTA Select Type of Address.......................................................... 46

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+DR Data Compression Reporting ..................................................... 48
+DS Data Compression...................................................................... 48
+EB Break Handling in Error Control Operation ................................. 49
+EFCS 32-bit Frame Check Sequence .............................................. 49
+ER Error Control Reporting .............................................................. 50
+ES Error Control Selection ............................................................... 50
+ESR Selective Repeat ...................................................................... 51
+ETBM Call Termination Buffer Management .................................... 51
A Answer ............................................................................................ 55
B Communications Standard Option (CCITT/Bell mode).................... 55
D Dial.................................................................................................. 55
H Hang Up Call................................................................................... 57
L Monitor Speaker Loudness.............................................................. 58
M Monitor Speaker Mode ................................................................... 58
O Return to On-Line Data State ......................................................... 58
P Select Pulse Dialling ....................................................................... 59
S0 Automatic Answer ......................................................................... 59
S1 Ring Count .................................................................................... 59
S2 Escape Code Character ................................................................ 59
S6 Pause Before Blind Dialling........................................................... 60
S7 Connection Completion Timeout ................................................... 60
S8 Comma Dial Modifier Time............................................................ 60
S10 Automatic Disconnect Delay ....................................................... 61
S12 Escape Guard Time .................................................................... 61
T Select Tone Dialling ........................................................................ 61

Network Service Commands
+CAOC Advice of Charge................................................................... 12
+CCFC Call Forwarding Number and Conditions............................... 14
+CCUG Closed User Group ............................................................... 15
+CCWA Call Waiting .......................................................................... 16
+CHLD Call Related Supplementary Services ................................... 18
+CLCC List Current Calls ................................................................... 22
+CLCK Facility Lock ........................................................................... 22
+CLIP Calling Line Identification Presentation.................................... 24
+CLIR Calling Line Identification Restriction....................................... 24
+CNUM Subscriber Number............................................................... 32
+COLP Connected Line Identification Presentation ........................... 33
+COPS Operator Selection ................................................................ 33
+CPWD Change Password ................................................................ 38
+CREG Network Registration............................................................. 39
+CSSN Supplementary Service Notifications ..................................... 45
+CTFR Call Deflection........................................................................ 46
+CUSD Unstructured Supplementary Service Data ........................... 47

ME Control and Status Commands
+CALA Alarm...................................................................................... 11
+CBC Battery Charge......................................................................... 12
+CCLK Clock ...................................................................................... 15
+CFUN Set Phone Functionality......................................................... 17
+CIND Indicator Control ..................................................................... 21
+CKPD Keypad Control...................................................................... 21
+CMEC ME Control Mode .................................................................. 24
+CMER ME Event Reporting.............................................................. 25
+CPAS Phone Activity Status............................................................. 34
+CPBF Find Phone Book Entries ....................................................... 35
+CPBR Read Phone Book Entries ..................................................... 35
+CPBS Select Phone Book Memory Storage..................................... 36
+CPBW Write Phone Book Entry ....................................................... 36
+CPIN Enter PIN ................................................................................ 37
+CPWC ME Power Class Control ...................................................... 38
+CSQ Signal Quality........................................................................... 45

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ME Error Command
+CMEE Report Mobile Equipment Error............................................. 25

SMS Commands
+CESP Enter SMS Block Mode Protocol............................................ 17
+CMGC Send Command.................................................................... 26
+CMGD Delete Message.................................................................... 27
+CMGF Message Format ................................................................... 27
+CMGL List Messages ....................................................................... 28
+CMGR Read Message ..................................................................... 28
+CMGS Send Message...................................................................... 29
+CMGW Write Message to Memory ................................................... 30
+CMMS More Messages to Send....................................................... 30
+CMSS Send Message from Storage................................................. 31
+CNMA New Message Acknowledgement to ME/TA ......................... 31
+CNMI New Message Indications to TE ............................................. 32
+CPMS Preferred Message Storage .................................................. 37
+CRES Restore Settings .................................................................... 40
+CSAS Save Settings......................................................................... 41
+CSCA Service Centre Address......................................................... 42
+CSCB Select Cell Broadcast Message Types .................................. 42
+CSDH Show Text Mode Parameters ................................................ 43
+CSMP Set Text Mode Parameters ................................................... 43
+CSMS Select Message Service........................................................ 44

FAX Commands
Fax Class 1 Command Set................................................................. 57
Fax Class 2 Command Set................................................................. 57
Fax Class 2.0 Command Set.............................................................. 57
Fax Class 2/2.0 Error Correction Mode .............................................. 57

Voice Commands
+VTS DTMF Generation..................................................................... 54
In-Band Actions from DTE to DCE ..................................................... 58

Miscellaneous Commands
V.25ter
A/ Repeat Last Command Line............................................................. 9

NMP Specific
? Help ................................................................................................... 9
*C SMS Interpreter Mode ................................................................... 11
*NOKIAAUD Card Phone Audio Configuration ................................... 11
*NOKIATEST Connection Test........................................................... 11
*V V.25bis Interpreter Mode ............................................................... 11
S46 Force V.42bis Data Compression ............................................... 61
S47 Force Fax Class 2/2.0 Error Correction Mode............................. 61

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Error Values
Below is the maximum set of error cases supported by NMP products (a specific
product may not generate some of these values).

+CME ERROR Values
The following table indicates which AT commands can return a numeric & lt; err & gt; value.
The kinds of errors that can generate & lt; err & gt; values are listed in numbers. The
meanings of the numbers are given under the table (see +CME ERROR Values:
Kinds of Errors at page 70).
AT Command
+CGMM
+CGMR
+CGSN
+CIMI
D & gt; & lt; str & gt;

D & gt; mem & lt; n & gt;

D & gt; & lt; n & gt;

+CHSD
+CNUM

+CREG?
+COPS=

+CME & lt; err & gt; Value
1
1
1
1
1
3
5
10
11
12
22
23
1
3
5
10
11
12
21
23
1
3
5
10
11
12
21
23
1
1
5
10
11
12
23
1
1
3
5
10
11
12

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21
21
21
21
21
9
1
2
3
4
7
8
21
9
1
2
3
4
5, 6
8
21
9
1
2
3
4
5, 6
8
21
21
1
2
3
4
8
21
21
10
1
2
3
4

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AT Command
+COPS?

+COPS=?

+CLCK=

+CPWD=

+CCFC=

+CCWA=

+CHLD=
+CTFR=

+CME & lt; err & gt; Value
1
5
10
11
12
1
5
10
11
12
1
4
5
10
11
12
16
18
23
30
31
100
1
5
10
11
12
16
18
23
30
31
100
1
5
10
11
12
30
31
100
1
5
10
11
12
30
31
100
1
3
1
3

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21
1
2
3
4
21
1
2
3
4
21
15
1
2
3
4
11
12
8
13
23
14
21
1
2
3
4
11
12
8
13
23
14
21
1
2
3
4
13
23
14
21
1
2
3
4
13
23
14
21
9
21
9

AT Command Set for Nokia GSM Products

AT Command
+CUSD=

+CAOC

+CLCC
+CFUN=
+CFUN?
+CPIN=

+CPIN?
+CBC
+CSQ
+CMEC=
+CKPD=
+CIND=
+CIND?
+CIND=?
+CMER=
+CPBS?

+CPBR=

+CME & lt; err & gt; Value
1
5
10
11
12
30
31
100
1
5
10
11
12
23
1
1
1
1
5
10
11
12
16
23
1
10
1
1
1
3
1
4
1
1
1
3
1
5
10
11
12
23
1
5
10
11
12
21
23
26

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21
1
2
3
4
13
23
14
21
1
2
3
4
8
21
21
21
21
1
2
3
4
11
8
21
2
21
21
21
22
21
15
21
21
21
22
21
1
2
3
4
8
21
1
2
3
4
5
8
18

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AT Command
+CPBR=?

+CPBF=

+CPBF=?

+CPBW=

+CPBW=?

+CCLK=

+CCLK?
+CALA=

+CALA?

+CME & lt; err & gt; Value
1
5
10
11
12
23
1
5
10
11
12
23
1
5
10
11
12
23
1
3
4
5
10
11
12
17
18
21
23
24
26
27
1
5
10
11
12
1
5
10
11
12
1
1
5
10
11
12
1

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21
1
2
3
4
8
21
1
2
3
4
8
21
1
2
3
4
8
21
24
15
1
2
3
4
16
12
5
8
17
18
19
21
1
2
3
4
21
1
2
3
4
21
21
1
2
3
4
21

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+CME ERROR Values: Kinds of Errors
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

16
17
18
19
21
22
23
24
25

phone security code required to execute the AT command
ME does not have a SIM connected to it
SIM PIN required to execute the AT command
SIM PUK required to execute the AT command
phonebook memory location does not exist
phonebook memory location is empty
match in searched string is not found from any of the memory
locations
general memory error; e.g. problems in SIM database
communication
call hold/retrieve/swap/build/split/transfer/deflection failed or
cannot be actioned
manual network selection is not possible because unavailable
or forbidden network name was given, or call is active
invalid password was given
SIM PUK2 required to execute the AT command
there is no network service to complete the request
supplementary service command failed due to an unknown
error; i.e. an error that is not covered by other & lt; err & gt; values
AT interpreter does not support the operation (in case of
+CLCK= when & lt; fac & gt; = " AB " or = " AG " or = " AC " but & lt; mode & gt; ?0; in
case of +CPBW= when & lt; index & gt; is not given but & lt; number & gt; is)
SIM PIN2 required to execute the AT command
alpha entry to be stored is too long
number to be read/stored is too long
number to be stored contains characters that are not available
in that memory
external ME is not connected to TA; this is not applicable to
products that have ME and TA in one entity
external ME UI cannot be accessed
network timeout
entries cannot be stored in currently selected phone book
memory (e.g. in missed calls list)
there is no active voice call

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+CMS ERROR Values
The following table indicates which SMS AT commands can return a numeric & lt; err & gt;
value.
The kinds of errors that can generate & lt; err & gt; values are listed in numbers. The
meanings of the numbers are given under the table (see +CMS ERROR Values:
Kinds of Errors at page 74).
AT Command
+CPMS=

+CPMS?

+CSCB=

+CSAS=

+CSAS=?

+CRES=

+CRES=?

+CMS & lt; err & gt; Value
300
301
310
311
312
316
320
300
301
310
311
312
316
320
300
301
320
300
301
310
311
312
316
320
321
300
301
310
311
312
316
320
300
301
310
311
312
316
320
321
300
301
310
311
312
316
320

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15
5
2
3
1
4
6
15
5
2
3
1
4
6
15
5
6
15
5
2
3
1
4
6
8
15
5
2
3
1
4
6
15
5
2
3
1
4
6
8
15
5
2
3
1
4
6

AT Command Set for Nokia GSM Products

AT Command
+CNMI=

+CMGL=

+CMGR=

+CNMA=
+CMGS=

+CMSS=

+CMGW=

+CMS & lt; err & gt; Value
300
301
310
320
300
301
310
311
312
316
320
300
301
310
311
312
316
320
321
300
304
0-127
128-255
300
301
304
305
310
311
312
316
330
331
0-127
128-255
300
301
302
304
305
310
311
312
316
320
321
330
331
300
301
304
305
310
311
312
316
320
322

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15
5
2
6
15
5
2
3
1
4
6
15
5
2
3
1
4
6
8
15
11
9
10
15
5
11
12
2
3
1
4
7
16
9
10
15
5
14
11
12
2
3
1
4
6
8
7
16
15
5
11
12
2
3
1
4
6
13

AT Command Set for Nokia GSM Products
AT Command
+CMGL=

+CMGR=

+CNMA=
+CMGS=

+CMSS=

+CMGW=

+CMS & lt; err & gt; Value
300
301
310
311
312
316
320
300
301
310
311
312
316
320
321
300
304
0-127
128-255
300
301
304
305
310
311
312
316
330
331
0-127
128-255
300
301
302
304
305
310
311
312
316
320
321
330
331
300
301
304
305
310
311
312
316
320
322

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15
5
2
3
1
4
6
15
5
2
3
1
4
6
8
15
11
9
10
15
5
11
12
2
3
1
4
7
16
9
10
15
5
14
11
12
2
3
1
4
6
8
7
16
15
5
11
12
2
3
1
4
6
13

AT Command Set for Nokia GSM Products

AT Command
+CMGD=

+CMGC=

+CMS & lt; err & gt; Value
300
301
310
311
312
316
320
321
0-127
128-255
300
301
304
305
310
311
312
316
330
331

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15
5
2
3
1
4
6
8
9
10
15
5
11
12
2
3
1
4
7
16

+CMS ERROR Values: Kinds of Errors
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

12

13
14

15
16

phone security code required to execute the AT command
ME does not have a SIM connected to it
SIM PIN required to execute the AT command
SIM PUK required to execute the AT command
SMS interface is reserved by some other application
general memory error; e.g. problems in SIM database
communication
message to be sent to network does not contain SMSC address
and SMSC address cannot be found from TA or ME
memory location does not exist
RP layer cause value from network
TP layer cause value from network
PDU mode is enabled: length of the given PDU is not
equivalent with the given & lt; length & gt; , or ME/TA detects that PDU
is of invalid format
text mode is enabled: too long message is tried to be
sent/stored, or +CSMP does not contain valid SMS-SUBMIT (in
case of +CMGS=), or ME/TA detects that PDU is of invalid
format
SMS memory is full
& lt; index & gt; given in +CMSS does not contain SMS-SUBMIT or
SMS-COMMAND, or & lt; index & gt; given in +CMSS contains SMSCOMMAND and & lt; da & gt; is given
external ME is not connected to TA; this is not applicable to
products that have ME and TA in one entity
no network service

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Result Codes
V.25ter Result Codes
Basic Syntax Result Codes
OK, ERROR, BUSY, CONNECT, CONNECT & lt; rate & gt; , NO ANSWER, NO CARRIER
See command X (page 62), command D (page 55), command A (Page 55) and
command O (page 58). Available & lt; rate & gt; 's depend on the product. (V.25ter, section
5.7.1).
Notes:
OK may be a result of successful remote initiated in-call modification from data to
speech mode. No OK shall be returned when a voice call is originated/answered
through external ME UI.
CONNECT[ & lt; rate & gt; ] a result of successful remote initiated in-call modification from
speech to data mode (when alternating calls supported by the product).
NO CARRIER can also indicate a remote hangup of a speech call.
RING: see +CRC command, page 39. MT voice calls or alternating voice/data calls
starting with voice shall not result to this indication unless +FCLASS=8 has been set.
When RING result code is enabled (+CRC=0), alternating MT voice/fax calls starting
with voice shall be automatically switched into fax mode by TA (if call is answered
through TA with +CMOD=0). Note that RING result code is not given for waiting calls.
(V.25ter, section 6.3.4).

+DR Data Compression Report
+DR: & lt; type & gt;
is given when +DR=1; informs about the presence of V.42bis data compression in the
established connection
This intermediate result code is given after (possible) +ER result code. (V.25ter
section 6.6.2).

+ER Error control report
+ER: & lt; type & gt;
is given when +ER=1 and a transparent data call is established; informs about the
presence of V.42 LAPM or alternative error control protocol in the established
connection.
This intermediate result code is given after (possible) +CR result code. (V.25ter
section 6.5.5).

+ILRR DTE-DCE Local Rate Report
+ILRR: & lt; rate & gt; [, & lt; rxRate & gt; ]
is given when +ILRR=1; informs about the local port rate after connection
establishment.
The & lt; rxRate & gt; parameter is not needed by NMP products. This intermediate result
code is given after (possible) +DR result code. (V.25ter section 6.2.13).

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De Facto Result Codes
Call Repeat Restriction Result Codes
BLACKLISTED and DELAYED. See dialling command D, page 55.
This mechanism is mandatory. (GSM 02.07 Annex A).

CARRIER Error Control Negotiation Start
Some products may choose to send CARRIER (numeric V0 value 16) intermediate
result code when data call is originated (or answered) and error control (RLP, V.42,
MNP) negotiation starts (code is also sent when there is no negotiation).
This code is given after (possible) +COLP result code during MO data call setup.
During MT data call setup this is the first intermediate result code. Note that if +CR
result code sending is active, it shall replace this code. See also command X, page
62.

GSM 07.07 Result Codes
+CCWA Call Waiting
+CCWA: & lt; number & gt; , & lt; type & gt; , & lt; class & gt; [, & lt; alpha & gt; ]
is given when +CCWA=1 and incoming MT call is received when there is active or
held calls in ME (discarded if in on-line data state and V.80 in-band mode is disabled
or not supported).
Note that this result code is not repeated similarly as RING, but given only once.
Alpha not supported by NMP products. (GSM 07.07 section 7.11).

+CDEV Display Event
+CDEV: & lt; elem & gt; , & lt; text & gt;
- when +CMER=2:
only last indication of each value is buffered if in on-line data state
- when +CMER=3 and V.80 in-band mode is enabled:
all events are forwarded directly to TE
- when +CMER=3 and V.80 in-band mode is disabled or not supported:
behaves like +CMER=2 case
See also command +CMER, page 25. (GSM 07.07 section 8.10).

+CIEV Indicator Event
+CIEV: & lt; ind & gt; , & lt; value & gt;
- when +CMER=2:
only last indication of each & lt; ind & gt; value is buffered if in on-line data state
- when +CMER=3 and V.80 in-band mode is enabled:
all events are forwarded directly to TE
- when +CMER=3 and V.80 in-band mode is disabled or not supported:
behave like +CMER=2 case
See also command +CMER, page 25. (GSM 07.07 section 8.10).

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+CKEV Keypad Event
+CKEV: & lt; key & gt; , & lt; press & gt;
- when +CMER=2:
only last indication of each & lt; key & gt; value is buffered if in on-line data state
- when +CMER=3 and V.80 in-band mode is enabled:
all events are forwarded directly to TE
- when +CMER=3 and V.80 in-band mode is disabled or not supported:
behaves like +CMER=2 case
See also command +CMER, page 25. (GSM 07.07 section 8.10).

+CLIP Calling Line Identification Report
+CLIP: & lt; number & gt; , & lt; type & gt; [, & lt; subaddr & gt; , & lt; satype & gt; [, & lt; alpha & gt; ]]
is given when +CLIP=1 and and number received from network when MT call
received (no active or held calls in ME).
This result code is sent to TE after every RING (or +CRING) result code. Subaddress
and alpha not supported by NMP products. (GSM 07.07 section 7.6).

+CME ERROR Mobile Equipment Error
+CME ERROR: & lt; err & gt;
is given instead of ERROR when +CMEE=1 or =2 and error is related to ME or
network operation.
See also the Error Values section, page 66. (GSM 07.07 section 9.2).

+COLP Connected Line Identification Report
+COLP: & lt; number & gt; , & lt; type & gt; [, & lt; subaddr & gt; , & lt; satype & gt; [, & lt; alpha & gt; ]]
is given when +COLP=1 and number received from network when MO call
established.
This intermediate result code is given after (possible) +CSSI result code. Subaddress
and alpha not supported by NMP products. (GSM 07.07 section 7.8).

+CR Data service report
+CR: & lt; type & gt;
is given when +CR=1 and data call established; informs about the type of data call
being established.
This intermediate result code is given after (possible) +COLP result code during MO
data call setup. During MT data call setup this is the first intermediate result code.
Note that this result code shall replace CARRIER result code (when X5 is set). (GSM
07.07 section 6.9).

+CREG Network Registration
+CREG: & lt; stat & gt; [, & lt; lac & gt; , & lt; cid & gt; ]
- when +CREG=1:
given when & lt; stat & gt; value changes; given after NO CARRIER if network lost when online
- when +CREG=2:
given when & lt; stat & gt; value changes and when network cell ( & lt; lac & gt; and & lt; cid & gt; ) of ME
changes; given after NO CARRIER if network lost when on-line; if V.80 is enabled,
result code is sent in-band during on-line data mode
(GSM 07.07 section 7.2).
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+CRING Distinctive Ring
+CRING: & lt; type & gt;
is given when +CRC=1 and incoming MT call (no active or held calls in ME).
Note that this code replaces the V.25ter RING result code. (GSM 07.07 section 6.11).

+CSSI Intermediate Supplementary Service Notification
+CSSI: & lt; code1 & gt; [, & lt; index & gt; ]
is given when +CSSN=1 and some supplementary service notification is given by
network during MO call establishment.
This is the first intermediate result code after dial command D. Supported & lt; code1 & gt; 's
depend on the supplementary services implemented in a product. (GSM 07.07
section 7.2).

+CSSU Unsolicited Supplementary Service Notification
+CSSU: & lt; code2 & gt; [, & lt; index & gt; [, & lt; number & gt; , & lt; type & gt; [, & lt; saddr & gt; , & lt; satype & gt; ]]]
is given when +CSSN=,1 and some supplementary service notification is given by
network during MT call setup or during a voice call; note that also remote release of a
held call is informed with this result code.
In MT call setup case, this result code is sent to TE after every (possible) +CLIP
result code. In case of a waiting call, this is given after +CCWA result code (but
discarded if TA is in on-line data state and V.80 in-band mode is disabled or not
supported). Supported & lt; code2 & gt; 's depend on the supplementary services
implemented in a product. (GSM 07.07 section 7.16).

+CUSD Network Initiated Unstructured Supplementary Service Data
+CUSD: & lt; m & gt; , & lt; str & gt; , & lt; dcs & gt;
is given when +CUSD=1 and network initiated 'notify' or 'request' USSD message
received; discarded if in on-line data state (also when V.80 in-band mode is enabled).
Note that only the first 'request' message during a network initiated USSD session
yields to this unsolicited result code. Rest are information responses of +CUSD
command. (GSM 07.07 section 7.14).

GSM 07.05 Result Codes
+CBM New CBM
text mode:
+CBM: & lt; sn & gt; , & lt; mid & gt; , & lt; dcs & gt; , & lt; page & gt; , & lt; pages & gt; & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; & lt; data & gt;
PDU mode:
+CBM: & lt; length & gt; & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; & lt; pdu & gt;
- when +CNMI=0:
messages are discarded
- when +CNMI=1-3:
messages are forwarded directly to TE (CBMs cannot be received during a call)
See also command +CNMI, page 32. (GSM 07.05 section 3.4.1).

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+CDS New SMS-STATUS-REPORT
text mode:
+CDS: & lt; fo & gt; , & lt; mr & gt; ,[ & lt; ra & gt; ],[ & lt; tora & gt; ], & lt; scts & gt; , & lt; dt & gt; , & lt; st & gt;
PDU mode:
+CDS: & lt; length & gt; & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; & lt; pdu & gt;
- when +CNMI=0:
routed messages are buffered into TA/ME (if buffer is full, 'memory capacity
exceeded' should be sent to network)
- when +CNMI=1:
in on-line data state routed messages are rejected (e.g. 'memory capacity exceeded'
is sent to network and when command mode is entered 'memory available' is sent to
network); in command mode forwarded directly to TE
- when +CNMI=2:
in on-line data state routed messages are buffered into TA/ME (if buffer is full,
'memory capacity exceeded' should be sent to network and when command mode is
entered 'memory available' should be sent to network); in command mode forwarded
directly to TE
- when +CNMI=3 and V.80 in-band mode enabled:
routed messages forwarded directly to TE
- when +CNMI=3 and V.80 in-band mode is disabled or not supported:
behaves like +CNMI=2 case
See also command +CNMI, page 32. (GSM 07.05 section 3.4.1).

+CDSI New SMS-STATUS-REPORT Indication
+CDSI: & lt; mem & gt; , & lt; index & gt;
- when +CNMI=0:
indications are buffered into TA/ME
- when +CNMI=1:
in on-line data state indications are discarded; in command mode forwarded directly
to TE
- when +CNMI=2:
in on-line data state indications are buffered into TA/ME; in command mode
forwarded directly to TE
- when +CNMI=3 and V.80 in-band mode enabled:
forwarded directly to TE
- when +CNMI=3 and V.80 in-band mode is disabled or not supported:
behaves like in the case of +CNMI=2
See also command +CNMI, page 32. (GSM 07.05 section 3.4.1).

+CMS ERROR Message Service Failure
+CMS ERROR: & lt; err & gt;
given instead of ERROR when error is related to ME or network operation
See also the Error Values section, page 66. (GSM 07.05 section 3.2.5).

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+CMT New SMS-DELIVER
text mode:
+CMT: & lt; oa & gt; ,[ & lt; alpha & gt; ], & lt; scts & gt; [, & lt; tooa & gt; , & lt; fo & gt; , & lt; pid & gt; , & lt; dcs & gt; , & lt; sca & gt; ,
& lt; tosca & gt; , & lt; length & gt; ] & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; & lt; data & gt;
PDU mode:
+CMT: [ & lt; alpha & gt; ], & lt; length & gt; & lt; CR & gt; & lt; LF & gt; & lt; pdu & gt;
- when +CNMI=0:
routed messages are buffered into TA/ME (if buffer is full, 'memory capacity
exceeded' should be sent to network)
- when +CNMI=1:
in on-line data state routed messages are rejected (e.g. 'memory capacity exceeded'
is sent to network and when command mode is entered 'memory available' is sent to
network); in command mode forwarded directly to TE
- when +CNMI=2:
in on-line data state routed messages are buffered into TA/ME (if buffer is full,
'memory capacity exceeded' should be sent to network and when command mode is
entered 'memory available' should be sent to network); in command mode forwarded
directly to TE
- when +CNMI=3:
behaves like +CNMI=2 case (V.80 does not support this long result codes).
& lt; alpha & gt; not supported by NMP products. See also command +CNMI, page 32.
(GSM 07.05 section 3.4.1).

+CMTI New SMS-DELIVER Indication
+CMTI: & lt; mem & gt; , & lt; index & gt;
- when +CNMI=0:
indications are buffered into TA/ME
- when +CNMI=1:
in on-line data state indications are discarded; in command mode forwarded directly
to TE
- when +CNMI=2:
in on-line data state indications are buffered into TA/ME; in command mode
forwarded directly to TE
- when +CNMI=3 and V.80 in-band mode enabled:
forwarded directly to TE
- when +CNMI=3 and V.80 in-band mode is disabled or not supported:
behaves like +CNMI=2 case
See also command +CNMI, page 32.
In the case of the Card Phone: Class 0 and message waiting indication group
(discard) SMs shall cause this result code when +CNMI & lt; mt & gt; equals 1 or 3. (GSM
07.05 section 3.4.1).

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PN-3131 Result Codes
In-Band Events From DCE to DTE
The following & lt; dle & gt; shielded codes can be sent by DCE when in class 8 mode
(+FCLASS=8). At least some of these events are required if binary voice data is
transferred through AT command interface. Other events of PN-3131 are not
applicable to GSM.
event
3
6
7
9
10
18
19
-

code
R
c
e
s
q
r
b
& lt; dle & gt;
& lt; sub & gt;
& lt; etx & gt;

description
ring
facsmile calling
data calling
presumed hang-up
presumed end of message
ringback
busy
single & lt; dle & gt; in data
& lt; dle & gt; & lt; dle & gt;
end data state

(PN-3131 sections 5.2 and 7.3).

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state
command
command
command
receive
receive
command
command
receive
in data receive
receive

FBUS interaction
call_coming(mode)
call_coming(bc)
call_coming(bc)
call_clear_indication
call_clear_indication
call_remote_alerting
call_clear_indication(cause)
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AT Command Set for Nokia GSM Products

Supported Standards
All ITU-T V.25ter, ETSI GSM 07.07, and ETSI GSM 07.05 commands that are
mandatory and those optional ones that are applicable to GSM products are included
in this document. Also those de facto commands that are used widely among
modems, and commands specific to Nokia products are presented. Note that V.25ter
is a combination of three TIA standards (TIA-602, TIA-615, IS-131).
Some voice commands from TIA-695 (formerly known as PN-3131 and IS-101) are
supported by Nokia GSM products.
Three different fax command sets are supported. These are class 1 (TIA-578-A),
class 2 (TIA SP-2388) and class 2.0 (TIA-592 or ITU-T T.32).
NOTE: This document does not give very detailed descriptions of each command.
For all the details, refer to the source where the commands are taken from.
Web sites of the standardization organizations:
ETSI:

http://www.etsi.fr

ITU:

http://www.itu.ch

TIA:

http://www.industry.net/tia/

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Abbreviations
AT
CBM
CTS
DCD
DCE
DSR
DTE
DTR
FBUS
HSCSD
IMEI
IMSI
ME
MO
MT
PDU
RLSD
RTS
SIM
SM
SMSC
TA
TE

UI

ATtention
Cell Broadcast Message
Clear To Send
Data Carrier Detect
Data Circuit-Terminating Equipment, i.e., here the data card
(see also TA below)
Data Set Ready
Data Terminal Equipment (see also TE below)
Data Terminal Ready
Fast asynchronous serial bus
High Speed Circuit Switched Data
International Mobile Equipment Identity (ME serial number)
International Mobile Subscriber Identity
Mobile Equipment, e.g. a mobile phone
Mobile Originated
Mobile Terminated
Protocol Data Unit
Received Line Signal Detector
Request To Send
Subscriber Identity Module
Short Message
Short Message Service Centre
Terminal Adapter, the physical equipment where AT command
interpreter resides (may be combined with ME)
Terminal Equipment, the physical equipment from where
applications communicate with TA using AT commands, e.g. a
computer
User Interface

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User's Guide

9352002
Issue 2

Attach the

sticker supplied in the sales package here.

Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation, Finland. Navi
is a trademark of Nokia Mobile Phones. Nokia Xpress-on is a
trademark of Nokia Mobile Phones.
(C)1999. Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.
US Patent No 5818437 and other pending patents. T9 text input
software Copyright (C) 1997-1999. Tegic Communications, Inc. All
rights reserved.
Nokia Mobile Phones operates a policy of continuous development.
Therefore, we reserve the right to make changes and improvements
to any of the products described in this guide without prior notice.

Quick and easy
Thank you for choosing this Nokia phone! The following pages
provide some useful tips on using your phone. More detailed
information is given throughout this user's guide.

Before using the phone
1. Insert a SIM card in the phone. Then, install and charge the
battery. See 'Getting started' on page 14.
2. Switch on your phone by pressing and holding
operator name appears on the display.

. Wait until the

Call functions
Making a Call

Key in the area code and phone number and
press
(Call).

Ending a Call

Press

(End).

Answering a Call

Press

(Answer).

Rejecting a Call

Press

.

Redialling a Phone Press
to access the last dialled numbers
Number
(with clear display), select the number with
or
, and press
(Call).
Adjusting the
Earpiece Volume

Press

or

Calling Your Voice Press and hold
Mailbox

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during a call.
(with the display clear).

Phone book functions
Quick Save

Key in the phone number and press
or
to change the text above
to Save. Press
(Save).
Key in the name and press
(OK).

Quick Find

With display clear, press
, (key in the first
letter of the name) and scroll with
or
to the desired name.
Press and hold
number.

to view the phone

Other essential functions
Locking /
Unlocking the
Keypad

Press

(Menu), then
(Unlock), then
.

quickly / Press

Setting the Phone Press quickly, use
or
Tones for
desired option, and press
Different
Environments

to select the
(OK).

Writing and
Sending a
Message

to enter Write

Press
(Menu),
messages.
Key in the message.

,

Send the message:
Press
(Options), reach Send with
or
, press
(OK), enter the phone number
of the message recipient, press
(OK).

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Contents
Quick and easy....................... 3
For your safety ...................... 8
Stickers in the sales package ......... 9
Security code ...................................... 9
Network services ............................. 10
............................................................. 10

1. Your phone ......................11
Using the keys .................................. 11
Power key .................................... 11
Number keys ............................... 11
Navi key........................................ 11
Scroll keys.................................... 12
C key.............................................. 12
Display indicators ............................ 13

2. Getting started................14
Inserting a SIM card ....................... 14
Using the SIM card ................... 14
Inserting the SIM card
in the phone................................ 14
Charging the battery ...................... 16
Switching the phone on or off .... 17
Switching on............................... 17
Switching off .............................. 18

3. Basic Functions ...............19
Making a call .................................... 19
International calls ...............19
Adjusting
the earpiece volume ................. 19
Redialling
a last dialled number ............... 20
Making a call
using Phone book ...................... 20
Quick find................................. 21

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Speed dialling
a phone number.........................21
Making a new call
during a call ................................21
Answering a call ..............................22
Rejecting a call...........................22
Answering a new call
during a call ................................22
Listening to voice messages .........23
Locking the keypad .........................24
Storing a phone number
with a name ......................................24
Quick save....................................26
Selecting a ringing tone
(Menu 9-2) ........................................26
Setting the phone tones for
different environments ..................27

4. Using the menus..............28
Accessing a menu function ..........28
By scrolling ..................................28
By shortcut ..................................29
Exiting a menu function ................29
List of menu functions ...................30

5. Using Phone Book ...........32
Recalling a name and
phone number (Menu 1-1) ...........32
Calling a service number
(Menu 1-2) ........................................32
Storing a name and
phone number (Menu 1-3) ...........33
Erasing a name and
phone number (Menu 1-4) ...........33
Editing a stored name and
phone number (Menu 1-5) ...........33

5

Assigning a ringing tone to
a phone number (Menu 1-6) .......33
Sending a name and
phone number (Menu 1-7) ...........34
Receiving a name and
phone number ............................34
Assigning a phone number to a
speed dial key (Menu 1-9) ............34
Using the
speed dialling keys ....................35
Other Phone book functions
(Options - Menu 1-8) .....................35
Defining the type of view for
stored names and phone
numbers........................................35
Checking the amount of free
space in Phone book
(Memory status).........................35

6. Text and voice
messages...............................36
Reading a message
(Inbox - Menu 2-1) .........................36
Viewing saved messages
(Outbox - Menu 2-2) .....................37
Writing and sending a message
(Menu 2-3) ........................................37
Basics steps .................................38
Using traditional text input....38
Using predictive text input .....39
Writing words by using
predictive text input..............39
Adding a new word in the
dictionary .................................41
Writing compound words ....41
Changing the language or
turning predictive
text input off...........................41
Picture messages (Menu 2-4) ......41
Message settings (Menu 2-5) ......43

6

Set 1 (Menu 2-5-1) ................. 43
Message centre number ..... 43
Messages sent as................... 43
Message validity .................... 43
Common (Menu 2-5-2) ......... 44
Delivery reports ................... 44
Reply via same centre .......... 44
Info service (Menu 2-6) ................ 44
Voice mailbox number
(Menu 2-7) ....................................... 45

7. Using the call register ....46
Missed calls (Menu 3-1) ............... 47
Received calls (Menu 3-2) ........... 47
Dialled numbers (Menu 3-3) ....... 47
Erase recent call lists
(Menu 3-4) ....................................... 47
Show call duration
(Menu 3-5) ....................................... 48
Show call costs (Menu 3-6) ........ 48
Call cost settings (Menu 3-7) ..... 48
Call costs' limit .......................... 48
Show costs in ............................. 49
Prepaid credit (Menu 3-8) ........... 49

8. Personalizing
the phone .............................50
Call settings (Menu 4-1) .............. 50
Automatic redial ....................... 50
Speed dialling............................. 50
Call waiting options................. 50
Own number sending............... 51
Phone line in use....................... 51
Automatic answer..................... 51
Phone settings (Menu 4-2) .......... 52
Language ..................................... 52
Cell info display......................... 52
Welcome note............................ 52
Network selection..................... 52

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Lights ............................................ 53
Confirm SIM
service actions............................ 53
Security settings (Menu 4-3) ...... 53
PIN code request ....................... 53
Fixed dialling .............................. 53
Closed user group...................... 54
Phone security............................ 54
Change access codes................ 55
Restore factory settings
(Menu 4-4) ........................................ 55

9. Diverting calls .................56
10. Games ............................58
11. Calculator and clock ....59
Calculator .......................................... 59
Making a calculation................ 59
Making a currency
conversion ................................... 60
Clock ................................................... 61
Alarm clock (Menu 8-1) .......... 61
Clock settings (Menu 8-2) ...... 62
Date setting (Menu 8-3) ......... 62

12. Adjusting the tones ......63
Incoming call alert
(Menu 9-1) ........................................ 63
Ringing tone (Menu 9-2) .............. 63
Composer (Menu 9-3) ................... 64
Creating a new
ringing tone ................................ 64
Receiving a ringing tone ......... 65
Ringing volume (Menu 9-4) ......... 66
Message alert tone
(Menu 9-5) ........................................ 66
Keypad tones (Menu 9-6) ............. 66
Warning and game tones
(Menu 9-7) ........................................ 66

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13. SIM services ..................67
14. Reference information .68
Sending DTMF tones and
requests to the network ................68
Sending DTMF tones .................68
Sending a request to the
network.........................................68
Changing the Nokia Xpress-on(TM)
covers ..................................................68
Access codes .....................................70
Security code (5 digits) ............70
PIN code (4 to 8 digits) ............70
PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits)..........70
PUK code (8 digits)....................70
PUK2 code (8 digits) .................71
Battery information ........................71
Charging and discharging
the battery...................................71
Using the batteries....................72
Accessories and batteries ..............73

Care and maintenance ........74
Important
safety information...............75
Index .....................................79

7

For your safety
Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be
dangerous or illegal. Further detailed information is given in this
manual.

ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST
Don't use a hand-held phone while driving; park the vehicle first.

INTERFERENCE
All wireless phones may get interference which could affect
performance.

SWITCH OFF IN HOSPITALS
Follow any regulations or rules. Switch phone off near medical
equipment.

SWITCH OFF IN AIRCRAFT
Wireless phones can cause interference. Using them on aircraft is
illegal.

SWITCH OFF WHEN REFUELING
Don't use phone at a refuelling point. Don't use near fuel or
chemicals.

SWITCH OFF NEAR BLASTING
Don't use phone where blasting is in progress. Observe restrictions,
and follow any regulations or rules.

USE SENSIBLY
Use only in normal position (to ear). Don't cover the antenna
unnecessarily.

USE QUALIFIED SERVICE
Only qualified service personnel must install or repair equipment.

ACCESSORIES AND BATTERIES
Use only approved accessories and batteries. Do not connect
incompatible products.

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CONNECTING TO OTHER DEVICES
When connecting to any other device, read its user's guide for
detailed safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible products.

MAKING CALLS
Ensure the phone is switched on and in service. Enter the phone
number, including the area code, then press
(Call). To end a
call press

(End). To answer a call press

(Answer).

EMERGENCY CALLS
Ensure the phone is switched on and in service. Press and hold
twice for several seconds, to clear the display. Enter the emergency
number, then press
(Call). Give your location. Do not end the
call until told to do so.

Stickers in the sales package
The stickers contain important information for service and customer
support purposes.
Attach the

sticker on page 2 of this user's guide.

Attach the sticker to the Nokia Club Invitation Card supplied in
the sales package.

Security code
The factory setting for the security code is 12345. Please change the
code (see 'Change access codes' on page 55) and keep the new code
secret and in a safe place, separate from the phone.

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Network services
The wireless phone described in this guide is approved for use on the
GSM 900 and GSM 1800 networks.
Note: Dual band functionality is a network dependent
feature. Check with your local operator if you can subscribe
to and use this functionality.
A number of features included in this guide are called Network
Services. They are special services provided by wireless service
providers. Before you can take advantage of any of these Network
Services, you must subscribe to these service(s) from your home
service provider and obtain instructions for their use.

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Your phone

1. Your phone
This chapter introduces you to the keys and display indicators of the
phone. More details are given throughout this user's guide.

Using the keys
Power key
Pressing and holding the key on top
of the phone switches the phone on or
off.
is also used for setting the phone
tones for different environments and
turning the lights temporarily on.

Number keys
to

allow you to key in numbers and letters.

and

are used for special purposes.

Navi key
The use of the phone is largely based on
the Nokia NaviTM key (
) below the
display (2).
The function of this key varies according
to the guiding text (1) shown above the
key.
In this user's guide, the
symbol is
followed by the relevant guiding text, e.g.
(Menu) or
(Select).

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Scroll keys
When the display is clear:
enters the
names and phone numbers stored in Phone
book.
enters the list of last dialled
numbers.
When in the menu: Browse through menus
and settings.
When keying in a name or number or writing a text message:
moves the cursor to the left and
to the right.
During a call: Adjust the earpiece volume.

C key
When keying in a name or number: Deletes
the character to the left of the cursor. When
pressed and held, deletes all characters from
the display.
When in a menu function: Returns from a
menu to the previous menu level. When
pressed and held, exits the menu functions.
When you receive a call: Rejects the incoming call.

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Your phone

Display indicators
Display indicators inform you of the current operation of the phone.
The indicators described below are shown when the phone is ready
for use, with no characters keyed in by the user. This is also called
'a clear display'.
Other essential indicators are explained throughout this user's
guide.

1. Indicates in which cellular network the phone is currently used.
2. Shows the signal strength of the cellular network at your current
location. The higher the bar, the stronger the signal.
3. Shows the battery charge level. The higher the bar, the more
power left in the battery.
4. Shows the current function of the Nokia NaviTM key (

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2. Getting started
Before you can use your phone, you need to insert a SIM card in it,
and then install and charge the battery.

Inserting a SIM card
The phone can only be used with a valid miniature plug-in SIM card.
You obtain the card from your network operator or service provider.

Using the SIM card
o Keep all miniature SIM cards out of small children's reach.
o The SIM card and its contacts can easily be damaged by
scratches or bending, so be careful when handling, inserting or
removing the card.

Inserting the SIM card in the phone
o Before installing the SIM card, always make sure that the phone
is switched off and then remove the battery.
Remove the battery:
Press the locking catch at the
bottom of the back cover (1), slide
the cover towards the top of the
phone (2), and lift the cover (3).

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Getting started

Press the catch on the top of the
battery towards the bottom of the
phone (4) and lift the battery (5).

Release the cover of the SIM card
holder: Press the grooved end of
the cover (6), slide the cover in the
OPEN direction (7), and lift it up.

Insert the SIM card:
Place the SIM card in the phone (8).
Ensure that the SIM card is inserted
properly and that the golden
connectors on the card face the
connectors on the phone.

Close the cover of the SIM card
holder: Push the grooved end of the
cover towards the phone (9) and
slide the cover in the direction
opposite to OPEN (10) until it is
firmly engaged.

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Replace the battery:
Align the tabs at the bottom of the battery
with the corresponding slots in the phone
and place the battery inside the phone
while pressing the catch on the top of the
battery.

Insert the four catches of the back cover
in the corresponding slots in the phone
(1) and push the cover towards the
phone until it locks into place (2).

Charging the battery
Note: Do not charge the battery when one or both of the
phone covers is removed.
1. Connect the lead from the charger to
the base of the phone.
2. Connect the charger to an AC wall
outlet. The battery indicator bar starts
scrolling.
o The phone can be used while
charging if the phone is switched on.
o If the battery is totally empty, it may take up to a few minutes
before the charging indication is shown.

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Getting started

o Charging time depends on the charger used and on how much
power there is left in the battery. Charging the battery
supplied with the phone may take up to six hours when using
the ACP-7 charger.
3. The battery is fully charged when the bar stops scrolling.
4. Disconnect the charger from the AC outlet and the phone.
If Not charging is displayed, charging is suspended. Wait for a
while, disconnect the charger, plug it in again and retry. If charging
still fails, contact your dealer.
For more information on using the batteries, see page 72.

Switching the phone on or off
Switching on
Press and hold the
second.

key for a

If the phone asks for a PIN code:
Key in the PIN code (displayed as
****) and press
(OK).
See also 'PIN code request' on page 53 and 'Access codes' on page 70.
If the phone asks for a security code: Key in the security code
(displayed as *****) and press
(OK).
See also 'Phone security' on page 54 and 'Access codes' on page 70.
Normal position: Hold the phone as you would any other
telephone.
Note: Use the phone only with both covers mounted.

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Tips on efficient operation: Your
phone has a built-in antenna (see
picture). As with any other radio
transmitting device, do not cover the
antenna unnecessarily when the phone
is switched on. Contact with the
antenna affects call quality and may
cause the phone to operate at a higher
power level than otherwise needed.
Warning! Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone
use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or
danger.

Switching off
Press and hold the

key for a second.

Tip: Alternatively, you can press
or
to Switch off!, and press
is clear.

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quickly, scroll with
(OK) when the display

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Basic Functions

3. Basic Functions
Making a call
1. Key in the phone number including the
area code. The text Menu changes to Call.
You can correct mistakes by pressing
to delete the character to the left.
2. Press
(Call) and wait for the answer.
The text Call changes to End.
3. Press
(End) to finish the call (or to
cancel the call attempt).
Note: When you are using the phone with the PPH-1
handsfree car kit, you can switch from handsfree mode to
privacy mode by disconnecting the PPH-1 from the phone.
To switch back to handsfree, plug the PPH-1 into the phone.

International calls
1. Press
twice quickly for the international prefix (+ character
replaces the international access code).
2. Enter the country code, area code and phone number.
3. Press

(Call) to call the number.

Adjusting the earpiece volume
You can adjust the earpiece volume of the
phone during a call. Press
to increase and
to decrease the volume level.

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Redialling a last dialled number
The last eight phone numbers you called or attempted to call are
stored in the phone's memory. See also 'Dialled numbers
(Menu 3-3)' on page 47.
To redial any of these last dialled numbers:
1. With display clear, press
once to access
the list of dialled numbers.
2. Use
or
number.
3. Press

to reach the desired phone
(Call).

Making a call using Phone book
If you have stored a phone number in Phone
book, you can dial it by using the related
name.
1. Press
clear).

(Menu) (when the display is

2. Press

(Select) (when Phone book is displayed).

3. Press

(Select) (when Search is selected).

4. Key in the first letter of the name (using the keys
to
)
and press
(OK). For example, to view the first name starting
with the letter "S", press
quickly four times.
You can skip step 4 if you like.
5. Use
and
to reach the desired name. You can check the
related phone number by pressing and holding
.
6. Press

(Call).

See page 24 for storing a phone number with a name.

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Basic Functions

Quick find
Press
when the display is clear. The first name (and/or phone
number) in Phone book is displayed. Reach the desired name by first
keying in its first letter and then pressing
or
.

Speed dialling a phone number
If you have assigned a phone number to one of the keys
to
(see page 34), you can call the phone number in either of the
following ways:
o With the display clear, press the desired speed dialling key and
then
(Call).
o If the Speed dialling function is on (see page 50):
When the display is clear, press and hold the desired speed
dialling key until the call is started.
Note: Pressing and holding
mailbox.

calls your voice

Making a new call during a call
You may have two calls in progress at the same time (network
service).
1. Press

to change the text above

from End to Options.

2. Press
(Options), choose New call, press
(Select), key in
the phone number or recall it from Phone book, and press
(Call).
The existing call is put on hold. The active call is indicated by
and the held call by .
3. To switch between the two calls: Press
Swap, press
(Select).

(Options), choose

4. To end the active call: Press
(Options), choose End this call,
press
(Select). The held call becomes active.

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To end both calls: Press
press
(Select).

(Options), choose End all calls,

Answering a call
When somebody is calling you, the phone will ring and flash its
lights, and a relevant text will be displayed.
If the network could not identify the caller Call
is displayed.

If the caller could be identified, the caller's
phone number (or name if stored in Phone
book) and calling are displayed.

1. To answer the call, press

(Answer).

Note: If the incoming call was diverted from some other
phone number, the & gt; sign may be shown after Call or
calling (network service).
2. Press

(End) to finish the call.

Rejecting a call
If you do not want to answer the call, press
. The caller will hear
a "line busy" tone. If the Divert when busy divert option is activated
(see page 56), the call is diverted e.g. to your voice mailbox.

Answering a new call during a call
When the Call waiting options function is on (see page 50), the
phone notifies you of a new incoming call by playing a beep and by
showing a relevant text on the display.

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Basic Functions

Do as when making a call during a call but select this time
the Answer option. In a call list, a waiting call is indicated
with
.

Listening to voice messages
To listen to your voice messages:
1. With the display clear, press
and hold
for a second to
call your voice mailbox.
If the phone asks for the
number of the voice mailbox,
key it in and press
(OK).
See also 'Voice mailbox
number (Menu 2-6)' on page 45.
2. Listen to the message(s) received.
3. End the call by pressing
(End). If you have keyed in any
characters on the display, first remove the characters by using
and then press
(End).
Note: If the text Listen is shown above the
key, you
can call your voice mailbox by pressing this key.

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Locking the keypad
The keypad lock prevents keys from being accidentally pressed
when, for example, the phone is in your pocket or handbag.
To turn the lock on:
First press

(Menu) and then

quickly.

When the keypad is locked:
o The indicator

is shown

o You can answer a call by pressing
(Answer)
Note: Calls may be possible to the emergency number
programmed into your phone (112). The number is
displayed only when all the digits have been keyed in.
To turn the lock off:
First press

(Unlock) and then

quickly.

Storing a phone number with a
name
To store a new name and phone number in Phone book:
1. When the display is clear, press
(Menu) first (Phone book is displayed) and
then
(Select).
2. Use

to scroll to Add entry, and press
(Select).

3. With the Name: text on the display, key in
the desired name.
o Press one of the keys
to
for the
character you want: Once for the first
character, twice for the second (before the cursor appears),
and so on.

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Basic Functions

For example, to key in letter "S", press

quickly four times.

Note that there are more characters available than marked on
the keys.
o When the flashing cursor appears, you can enter the next
character.
4. When editing the name, follow the procedures below.
o To enter a space: Press

.

o To enter a punctuation mark (such as . , ? or !): Press

.

o To switch between upper and lower case characters:
Press
quickly. The ABC or abc indicator is shown on the
display, respectively.
o To insert a number: Press and hold the key labelled with the
desired number.
o To switch between letters and numbers:
Press and hold
. 123 is shown when numbers can be
entered.
o To move the cursor left or right: Press

or

o To remove the character to the left: Press
o To clear the screen: Press and hold

, respectively.
.

.

o To insert a special character:
Press
(?!? is shown), use
or
to reach the desired
character, and press
(Use) to insert it in the name.
5. After you have written the name, press

(OK).

6. With the Number: text on the display, key
in the area code and the phone number
that you wish to save with the name.
If you make a mistake, you can remove the
digit to the left by pressing
.

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Tip: If you want to use the phone number when abroad,
add a + character (press
twice quickly) and country
code in front of the area code and phone number.
7. Once you have written the phone number, press
name and phone number are stored in Phone book.

(OK). The

Quick save
To store a name and phone number quickly without entering the
Phone book menu:
1. With the display clear, key in the phone number.
2. Press

or

3. Press

to change the text above

to Save.

(Save).

4. Key in the name and press

(OK).

Selecting a ringing tone
(Menu 9-2)
To select a ringing tone for incoming calls:
1. With the display clear, press
2. Use

or

(Menu).

to reach Tones and press

3. Reach Ringing tone and press

(Select).

(Select).

4. Reach the desired ringing tone (a sample is sounded). Press
(OK) to select the tone.
5. Press and hold

to exit the menu.

See also 'Ringing tone' on page 63.

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Setting the phone tones for
different environments
You can set all phone tones to function in the desired manner by
one setting. This makes it easy to adjust the tones for different
environments (e.g. outdoor activities or meetings).
Note: This function is not available when the phone is
connected to the PPH-1 handsfree car kit or HDC-5
headset.
1. With the display clear, press the power key ( ) quickly.
2. Press

or

to reach one of the following options:

Switch off!: Turns off the phone.
Personal: Default setting which uses the
tone settings in the Tones menu (see page
63).
Silent: Turns off all the phone tones. The
indicator is shown when the display is clear.
Discreet: A short beep is heard when you receive a call or a text
message.
Loud: The call alert tone is Ringing and the volume of all phone
tones is at the highest level.
3. Press

(OK) to confirm the desired option.

Tip: Setting the tones using the power and number keys
First press quickly and then one of the following number
keys within 2 seconds (when the display is clear):
for
Personal,
for Silent,
for Discreet,
for Loud.

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4. Using the menus
The phone offers a range of functions which allow you to tailor the
phone to your needs.
These functions are arranged in menus and submenus which can be
accessed by scrolling or using the appropriate shortcut.

Accessing a menu function
By scrolling
1. To access the menu facility, press
(Menu).
2. Press
or
to reach the desired main
menu, e.g. Settings.
3. Press
menu.

(Select) to enter the main

4. If the main menu contains any submenus,
reach the desired one with
or
(e.g.
Call settings).
5. Press
(Select) to enter the submenu.
If the submenu contains any further
submenus (e.g. Speed dialling), repeat
steps 4 and 5.
6. Press
or
to reach the setting of
your choice (e.g. Off).
7. Press
setting.

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Using the menus

By shortcut
The menu items (menus, submenus and setting options)
are numbered and can be accessed by their shortcut
number. The shortcut number is shown in the top right of
the display.
1. Press

(Menu).

2. Key in quickly (within three seconds) the number of the menu
function you want to access.
Repeat this step for a submenu.
3. Key in the number of the desired setting option within
three seconds.
For example, to set the keypad tones off:
Press
(Menu),
(for Off).

(for Tones),

(for Keypad tones),

Exiting a menu function
You can return to the previous menu level by pressing
the menu by pressing and holding
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List of menu functions
6. Info service

1. Phone book
1. Search

7. Voice mailbox number 4
1

2. Service Nos
3. Add entry
4. Erase
5. Edit
6. Assign tone
7. Send entry
8. Options
1. Type of view
2. Memory status
9. Speed dials
2. Messages
1. Inbox
2. Outbox
3. Write messages
4. Picture messages
5. Message settings
1. Set 1 2
1. Message centre
number
2. Messages sent as
3. Message validity
2. Common 3
1. Delivery reports
2. Reply via same centre

1
2
3
4

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3. Call register
1. Missed calls
2. Received calls
3. Dialled numbers
4. Erase recent call lists
5. Show call duration
1. Last call duration
2. All calls' duration
3. Received calls' duration
4. Dialled calls' duration
5. Clear timers
6. Show call costs
1. Last call cost
2. All calls' cost
3. Clear counters
7. Call costs settings
1. Call costs' limit
2. Show costs in
8. Prepaid credit
4. Settings
1. Call settings
1. Automatic redial
2. Speed dialling
3. Call waiting options
4. Own number sending

Available only if supported by the SIM card.
The amount of sets depends on how many sets your SIM card offers. Each set
appears in its own submenu and may have any name.
The shortcut number of this menu depends on the amount of sets available.
May not be shown if the voice mailbox number has been stored on the SIM card by
your network operator or service provider.
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Using the menus

5. Phone line in use
6. Automatic answer *
2. Phone settings
1. Language
2. Cell info display
3. Welcome note
4. Network selection
5. Lights * *
6. Confirm SIM service
actions
3. Security settings
1. PIN code request
2. Fixed dialling
3. Closed user group
4. Phone security
5. Change access codes
4. Restore factory settings
5. Call divert 1
1. Divert all voice calls
without ringing
2. Divert when busy
3. Divert when not answered
4. Divert when phone off or
no coverage
5. Divert when off, no answer, or no coverage
6. Cancel all diverts

6. Games
7. Calculator
8. Clock
1. Alarm clock
2. Clock settings
3. Date setting
9. Tones
1. Incoming call alert
2. Ringing tone
3. Composer
4. Ringing volume
5. Message alert tone
6. Keypad tones
7. Warning and game tones
10.SIM services2

1

The divert options that are not supported by your network operator may not be
shown.
2
Shown only if supported by your SIM card. The name and contents of this menu
vary, depending on the SIM card.
* This setting is shown only when the phone is connected to the PPH-1 car kit or the
HDC-5 headset.
** This setting is shown only when the phone is connected to the PPH-1 car kit.
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5. Using Phone Book
Within the Phone book menu you can
o store phone numbers and their related
names on your SIM card
o manage the stored names and phone numbers in various ways
To access this menu: When the display is clear, press
first and then
(Select).

(Menu)

See page 28 for general information on the menu functions.
Note: To enter Phone book during a call, press
change the text above
to Options, press
(Options), and select Phone book.

to

Recalling a name and phone
number (Menu 1-1)
The Search function allows you to recall the desired name and
phone number to the display e.g. for calling.
See also 'Making a call using Phone book' on page 20.

Calling a service number
(Menu 1-2)
This function allows you to easily call the service numbers of your
service provider. This menu is shown only if there are service
numbers stored on your SIM card.
Select the desired service number and press

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Using Phone Book

Storing a name and phone
number (Menu 1-3)
This function allows you to add names and phone numbers in Phone
book. For more information, see page 24.
The phone supports SIM cards which can store up to 250 phone
numbers and names. However, it depends on the SIM card how
many numbers and names you can actually save in Phone book.

Erasing a name and phone
number (Menu 1-4)
With the Erase function you can delete phone numbers and names
from Phone book either one by one (choose option One by one) or
all at once (Erase all).

Editing a stored name and phone
number (Menu 1-5)
With the Edit function you can modify the names and phone
numbers stored in Phone book. For details, see 'Storing a phone
number with a name' on page 24.

Assigning a ringing tone to a
phone number (Menu 1-6)
With the Assign tone function you can set the phone to play a
specific ringing tone when you receive a call from a particular
phone number.
Select a name or phone number stored in Phone book and press
(Assign). Choose the desired ringing tone (Preset is the tone
chosen in Menu 9-2) and press
(OK).

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Sending a name and phone
number (Menu 1-7)
With the Send entry function you can send a name and phone
number ("business card") from Phone book to another phone.
Select Send entry, choose the name and phone number you want to
send, and press
(Send). Enter the recipient's phone number or
retrieve it from Phone book, and press
(OK).

Receiving a name and phone number
When somebody sends you a phone number and related name, you
will hear a message tone and the text Business card received will be
displayed.
You can view, save, or erase the number and name by pressing
(Options), choosing the desired function, and pressing
(OK).

Assigning a phone number to a
speed dial key (Menu 1-9)
You can set any of the number keys
to work as a speed dialling key.

to

With the Speed dials function you can assign
the desired phone number to one of these
keys.
1. Choose the desired key and press

(Assign).

Note: Assign is also shown when the phone has
automatically assigned a phone number to a speed
dialling key.
2. Search for the desired name and/or phone number from Phone
book, and press
(OK) to select it.

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Using Phone Book

You can view, change, or remove any assignments that you have
made by first pressing
(Options) and then selecting the desired
function.

Using the speed dialling keys
Either: With the display clear, press the desired speed dialling key
and
(Call).
Or if 'Speed dialling' is on (see page 50): With the display clear, press
and hold the desired speed dialling key until the call is started.

Other Phone book functions
(Options - Menu 1-8)
Defining the type of view for stored
names and phone numbers
You can set the phone to show the stored phone numbers and
names in the following ways ('types of view'):
Name list: Shows three names at a time.
Name, number: Shows one name and phone number at a time.
Large font: Shows one name at a time in large font.

Checking the amount of free space in
Phone book (Memory status)
You can check how many names and phone numbers can still be
stored and are currently stored in Phone book.

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6. Text and voice
messages
Within the Messages menu you can
o read and write text messages (SMS) of
up to 160 characters in length
o store a voice mailbox number
o use information services offered by your service provider
To access this menu: When the display is clear, press
scroll to Messages, and press
(Select).

(Menu),

See page 28 for general information on the menu functions.
Text message indicators
is shown continuously when you have received a text message.
flashes when there is no more space for new messages. Use the
Erase function in the Inbox menu (Menu 2-1) to free some space.

Reading a message
(Inbox - Menu 2-1)
If you have received new text messages, the number of messages
and the text messages received as well as the
indicator are
shown when the display is clear.
To view the messages:
1. Press
(Read) to view the messages
right away. To view the messages later,
press
and enter the Inbox menu
(Menu 2-1) when you wish to do so.

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Text and voice messages

2. Use

or

to reach the desired message and press

(Read). Unread messages are indicated by
3. Use

or

.

to browse through the message.

4. While reading the message, you can use the functions described
below. Press
(Options), choose the desired function, and
press
(OK). The functions available are:
Erase: Deletes the message.
Reply: Allows you to send a reply to the sender of the message.
Edit: Allows you to change the message.
Use number: Extracts a phone number from the message for
calling or saving.
Forward: Sends the message further to the desired phone
number.
Details: Shows sender's name and phone number, message
centre used for sending as well as reception date and time.

Viewing saved messages
(Outbox - Menu 2-2)
If you have saved a text message in Write messages (Menu
2-3), you can view the message in Outbox (Menu 2-2). Pressing
(Options) allows you to access the same functions as in
Inbox (Menu 2-1), except for Reply and Details.

Writing and sending a message
(Menu 2-3)
Within this menu can write and edit text messages of up to 160
characters.
There are two ways of writing messages: the method used
traditionally in mobile phones and another method called
"predictive text input".
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Before sending a message, make sure that the phone number of
your message centre is stored in the phone (see 'Message centre
number' on page 43). You obtain this number from your service
provider.
Note: To exit from the predictive or traditional text input at
any time, press and hold
twice. Alternatively: Press
(Options), choose Exit, and press
(OK).

Basics steps
1. In the Messages menu, use
and press
(Select).

or

to reach Write messages

2. Write a message.
You can either use the traditional text input or the predictive
text input. See the respective sections below for details.
The number of available characters is shown in the top right
corner of the display.
3. When you have finished writing the message, press
(Options) to display the following functions. Select the desired
function, and press
(OK).
Send: Allows you to send the message. Key in the recipient's
phone number (or retrieve it from Phone book) and press
(OK). The message is sent by using the set 1 in Message settings
(Menu 2-5).
Send by set: Allows you to select some other set than the set 1
(see page 43).
Save: Stores the message in Outbox (Menu 2-2).
Clear screen: Removes all the characters from the message.

Using traditional text input
Before you start writing a message, check that the
symbol is
shown at the top of the display. This symbol indicates that you are
using the traditional text input.

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1. Write a message.
For each character, press one of the keys
to
as many times as necessary:
Once for the first character, twice for the
second (before the cursor appears), and so
on.
For example, to key in letter "S", press

quickly four times.

For more information, see 'Storing a phone number with a name'
on page 24.
2. To send the message, press
Send by set.

(Options) and select Send or

Using predictive text input
The predictive text input allows you to enter text quickly.
Unlike in traditional text input, you only need to press the key with
the corresponding letter once.
This input method is based on a built-in dictionary to which you can
also add new words.
Note: Predictive text input may not be available in the
language that you have selected for display texts.

Writing words by using predictive text input
Before you start writing a message, check that the
symbol is
shown at the top of the display. This symbol indicates that you are
using the predictive text input.
1. Start writing a word by using the keys
key only once for one letter.

to

To write for instance 'nokia', press
The characters that you enter appear underlined.

. Press each
.

The word changes after each keystroke. Therefore you shouldn't
pay too much attention to how the word appears on the display
until you have pressed all the appropriate keys.
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o To delete a character to the left, press
o To change the character case, press

.
.

o To insert a single number, press and hold the respective
number key.
To insert several numbers, press and hold
and key in the
numbers. Alternatively: Press
(Options), select Insert
number, key in the numbers, and press
(OK).
o To insert a symbol, press and hold
symbol with
or
, and press

, select the desired
(Use).

Alternatively: Press
(Options) and select Insert symbol.
Select the desired character and press
(Use).
2. When you have finished writing the word, check that the word
is correct.
If the word is correct: Press

and write the next word.

If the word is not correct: Press
repeatedly until the
desired word appears. Alternatively: Press
(Options), select
Matches, select the desired word and press
(Use).
If the ? character is shown after the word: There are no further
words in the dictionary which correspond to your keypresses. To
add the desired word in the dictionary: Press
(Spell), key in
the word by using the traditional text input, and press
(OK).
Tip: You can switch between the predictive and
traditional text input by pressing
twice.
3. To insert a punctuation mark, press
desired mark appears.

repeatedly until the

4. When you have finished writing the message, press
(Options) and select Send or Send by set to send the message.

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Adding a new word in the dictionary
When no word is underlined, you can add a new word in the
dictionary in the following way:
1. Press

(Options) and select Insert word.

2. Key in the word by using the traditional text input and press
(OK).
Note: When the dictionary becomes full, the new word
will replace the oldest word that you have previously
added in the dictionary.

Writing compound words
Instead of writing the whole compound word at once, you can first
write its first half, press
, and then write the second half.

Changing the language or turning predictive text
input off
1. In the Write messages menu, press
2. Select Dictionary and press

(Options).

(OK).

3. Do either of the following:
If you want to change the language used in predictive text
input: Select the desired language and press
(OK).
If you want to set predictive text input off: Select Dictionary
off and press
(OK).

Picture messages (Menu 2-4)
The phone allows you to receive and send text messages which
contain pictures. These messages are called picture messages. There
are several preset picture messages available in the phone.
Note: This function can be used only if it is supported by
your network operator or service provider.

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When you receive a picture message
o To view the message immediately:
Press
(View). While reading the message, you can save it by
pressing
(Save). You can delete the message by pressing
twice.
o If you want to view the message later in this menu:
First press
and then
(OK) to save the message.

When you view the message in this menu
Pressing
(Options) allows access to the same functions as in
Inbox (Menu 2-1), except for Reply.

Sending a picture message
1. In the Picture messages menu, select one of the preset pictures
and press

(View).

2. If the displayed picture is the one you want, press
(Options), select Edit text. and press
(Select).
If the displayed picture is not the one you want, press
repeat step 1.

and

3. Write the message.
To view the whole message before sending it, press
(Options) and select Preview.
4. Press

(Options), select Send and press

(OK).

Only phones that offer the Picture message feature can receive and
display picture messages.
Note: Each picture message is made up of several text
messages. Therefore, sending one picture message may cost
more than one text message.
Since picture messages are saved in the phone, you cannot
view them if you use the SIM card with another phone.

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Message settings (Menu 2-5)
Set 1 (Menu 2-5-1) 1
A setting group or "set" is a collection of settings needed for sending
text messages.
You can, for example, send a text message as a fax, if supported by
your service provider, by simply selecting the set in which you have
earlier defined the proper settings for fax transmissions.
Each set has its own submenu where you can change the settings
described below.

Message centre number
Stores the phone number of the message centre used for sending
text messages. You obtain this number from your service provider.
Key in the phone number or retrieve it from Phone book, or edit the
existing number, and press
(OK).

Messages sent as
You can request the network to convert your Text messages into Email, Fax or Paging format (network service).
In order to receive a converted message, the recipient must have the
appropriate equipment, e.g. a fax machine.

Message validity
You can set the length of time that your text messages are stored
at the message centre (network service).

1

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Common (Menu 2-5-2) 1
The settings in this submenu apply to all outgoing text messages,
irrespective of the chosen set.

Delivery reports
You can request the network to send delivery reports on your text
messages (network service).

Reply via same centre
When this function is on, the recipient of your text message can
send you a reply via the same message centre as your original
message (network service).

Info service (Menu 2-6)
You can receive messages on various topics (such as weather or
traffic conditions) from your service provider (network service).
For available topics and relevant topic numbers, contact your
service provider.
If you select On you will receive messages on the active topics. Topic
index retrieves a list of topics from the network.
If you select Topics, you can mark the topics as active or inactive,
add a new topic to the list, or edit or erase the existing topics on the
list.
If you select Language, you can select the language for the
messages. Only messages in the selected language are shown.

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The shortcut number of this menu depends on the number of sets available. Here it
is assumed that only one set is available.
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Text and voice messages

Voice mailbox number
(Menu 2-7)
In the voice mailbox, callers can leave you messages that you can
listen to later (network service).
Within this menu you can store the phone number of the mailbox.
Key in the number (obtained from the service provider) and press
(OK).
Each phone line may have its own voice mailbox number (see
page 51). For listening to voice messages, see page 23.
Note: This menu may not be shown if the voice mailbox
number has been stored on the SIM card by your network
operator or service provider.

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7. Using the call register
Within the Call register menu you can
access the phone numbers registered
automatically by the phone and view call
duration and call costs.
To access this menu: When the display is clear, press
scroll to Call register, and press
(Select).

(Menu),

See page 28 for general information on the menu functions.
To use the options within Menus 3-1 to 3-3:
The options that you can access by pressing
you to:

(Options) allow

o edit, view or call a registered phone number
o view the time of the call
o save the number in Phone book
o erase the number from the call list (not from Phone book)
About missed and received calls
The phone registers missed and received calls if:
o the network allows showing the caller's phone number to the
call recipient
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Using the call register

Missed calls (Menu 3-1)
This function shows you the last eight phone numbers from which
somebody has tried to call with no success.
Tip: You can also view these phone numbers by pressing
(List) when there is a note about missed calls on the
display. Also the previously registered phone numbers are
shown.

Received calls (Menu 3-2)
This function shows the last eight phone numbers from which you
have accepted a call.

Dialled numbers (Menu 3-3)
This function shows the last eight phone numbers that you have
called or attempted to call.

Erase recent call lists (Menu 3-4)
This function allows you to erase all the phone numbers and names
shown in Menus 3-1 to 3-3.
These phone numbers are also erased when you:
o switch on the phone with a SIM card which is not one of the five
cards used most recently with the phone
o change the Phone security setting (see page 54).

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Show call duration (Menu 3-5)
This function allows you to view the approximate duration of your
outgoing and incoming calls.
You can reset these so-called call timers by using the Clear
timers function (Menu 3-5-5). For this you need the security code.
Changing the SIM card does not clear the call timers.
Note: The actual time invoiced for calls by your service
provider may vary, depending upon network features,
rounding-off for billing, and so forth.

Show call costs (Menu 3-6)
This network service shows the approximate cost of your last call or
all calls if this service is supported by the network.
The costs are shown in terms of units specified within the Show
costs in function (Menu 3-7-2).
Call costs are shown separately for each SIM card.
Note: The actual invoice for calls and services from your
service provider may vary, depending upon network
features, rounding-off for billing, taxes and so forth.

Call cost settings (Menu 3-7)
Call costs' limit
You can limit the costs of calls to a certain amount of charging units
or units of currency (network service).
You can make and receive charged calls as long as the specified cost
limit is not exceeded.
To set the limit you may need the PIN2 code.

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Using the call register

Show costs in
The phone can show the remaining amount of talk-time in terms of
charging units or the desired currency. Contact your service provider
for charging unit prices.
To enter this function you may need the PIN2 code.
If you selected Currency, key in the charging unit price, press
(OK), key in the currency name, and press
(OK).

Prepaid credit (Menu 3-8)
Within this menu you can view and make settings related to prepaid
SIM cards. When using a prepaid SIM card, you can make calls only
when there are enough credit units on the SIM card.
Note: This feature may not work in all networks. Check with
your local operator.
The Credit info display function allows you to set the amount of
remaining credit units to be shown when the display is clear.
Credit available shows the amount of remaining credit units.
Last event costs shows information about previous calls.
Recharge status shows information about the credit units as well as
time and date when credit units were recharged last time. Pressing
(More) shows the expiry date of credit units.

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8. Personalizing the phone
Within the Settings menu you can adjust
o call settings (Menu 4-1)
o general phone settings (Menu 4-2)
o security settings (Menu 4-3)
You can reset the menu settings to their original values by using the
Restore factory settings function (Menu 4-4).
To access this menu: When the display is clear, press
scroll to Settings, and press
(Select).

(Menu),

See page 28 for general information on the menu functions.

Call settings (Menu 4-1)
Automatic redial
When this function is on, your phone will make up to ten attempts
to connect the call after an unsuccessful call attempt.

Speed dialling
When this function is on, you can dial the names and phone
numbers assigned to the speed dial keys
to
by pressing
and holding the corresponding key.
Note: Pressing and holding
number.

dials your voice mailbox

Call waiting options
When this function is activated and you have a call in progress, you
will be notified of a new incoming call by a beep and a relevant text
flashing on the display (network service).

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Own number sending
You can determine whether your phone number is hidden (Off) or
displayed (On) to the person that you call (network service). Preset
resets the phone to the default setting (On or Off) that you have
agreed upon with your service provider.

Phone line in use
You can select the desired phone line (1 or 2) for making calls or
prevent the line selection (network service).
You must subscribe to this service to be able to select line 2. When
line 2 is selected, 2 is shown in the top left corner of the display.
Calls on both lines can be answered irrespective of the selected line.
To allow (option Allowed) or prevent (Not allowed) the line
selection you need the PIN2 code.
Tip: When the display is clear, you can switch from one line
to the other by pressing and holding
.

Automatic answer
This function can be used only when the phone is connected to the
PPH-1 handsfree car kit or the HDC-5 headset.
When this function is on, your phone will automatically answer an
incoming call after one ring. This function can be used when the car
kit is equipped with ignition sense and the ignition is switched on.
This function does not work when the phone tones are set to Off in
the menu 'Incoming call alert' (Menu 9-1).

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Phone settings (Menu 4-2)
Language
You can select in which language the display texts are shown.
If Automatic is selected, the phone will set the language according
to the information on the SIM card.
This setting also determines which characters are available when
you store a name or write a text message.

Cell info display
You can set the phone to indicate when it is used in a cellular
network based on Micro Cellular Network (MCN) technology
(network service). In such a network, local calls may cost less than
otherwise.

Welcome note
You can create a short message which pops up on the display when
the phone is switched on.

Network selection
You can set the phone to automatically select one of the cellular
networks available in your area (default setting), or you may select
the desired network manually from a list of networks.
When selecting the network manually, the selected network must
have a roaming agreement with your home network (i.e. operator
whose SIM card is in the phone). Otherwise the text No access is
displayed.
The phone will stay in manual mode until you select the automatic
mode or insert another SIM card in the phone.

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Personalizing the phone

Lights
You can set the display and keypad lights off or on. This setting is
available when the phone is connected to the PPH-1 handsfree car
kit.

Confirm SIM service actions
You can set the phone to display (Asked) or hide (Not asked)
confirmation messages when you are using the SIM card services.
See also "13. SIM services" on page 67.

Security settings (Menu 4-3)
Your phone is equipped with a versatile security system to prevent
unauthorised use of the phone and the SIM card.

PIN code request
You can set the phone to ask for the PIN code of your SIM card when
the phone is switched on. To enter this function you need the PIN
code.
Note: Some SIM cards do not allow turning off the PIN
code request.

Fixed dialling
You can restrict your outgoing calls to selected phone numbers, if
allowed by your SIM card. You need the PIN2 code for this function.
When this function is on, you can only call phone numbers which
are included in the fixed dialling list or which begin with the same
digit(s) as a phone number on the list.
Within the Numbers function you can check the phone numbers
(Search) and add new numbers in the list (Add entry) as well as
clear the list (Erase all).

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Within the Search function you can edit, erase, or call the displayed
phone number by first pressing
(Options) and then selecting
the desired option.
Note: When fixed dialling is set on, calls may be possible to
certain emergency numbers in some networks (e.g. 112 or
other official emergency number).

Closed user group
You can specify a group of people whom you can call and who can
call you (network service).
Preset resets the phone to use the group that the SIM card owner
has agreed upon with the service provider.
To set this function on you need to know the index number of the
desired group. You obtain this number from your service provider.
When you have selected a group, the indicator and the index
number of the given group are shown when the display is clear.
Note: When calls are limited to Closed User Groups, calls
may be possible to certain emergency numbers in some
networks (e.g. 112 or other official emergency number).

Phone security
You can set the phone to ask for the security code when a new SIM
card is inserted in the phone (option On).
("A new SIM card" means here a card that is not one of the five
cards used most recently with the phone.)
To enter this function you need the security code.
See also 'Switching the phone on or off' on page 17 and 'Access
codes' on page 70.
Note: When you change this setting, all the recent calls
lists in Menus 3-1 to 3-3 are cleared.

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Personalizing the phone

Change access codes
You can change the following access codes: security code, PIN code,
PIN2 code. These codes may include characters 0 to 9 only.
The phone asks first for the current code and then for the new code
twice.
Note: Avoid using access codes similar to the emergency
numbers, such as 112, to prevent accidental dialling of the
emergency number.

Restore factory settings
(Menu 4-4)
You can reset the menu settings to their original values. For this you
need the security code.
This function has no effect e.g. on the following functions:
o the names and phone numbers stored in Phone book (Menu 1)
o messages (Menu 2)
o phone numbers listed in the 'Call register' menu (Menu 3)
o call divert (Menu 5)

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9. Diverting calls
Within the Call divert menu you can divert
incoming calls to your voice mailbox or to
another phone number (network
service).
To access this menu: When the display is clear, press
scroll to Call divert, and press
(Select).

(Menu),

See page 28 for general information on the menu functions.
Selecting a divert mode
1. Select one of the following divert options:1
Divert all voice calls without ringing
Divert when busy
The call is diverted when you have a call in progress or when you
reject the call.
Divert when not answered
The call is diverted when you do not answer it.
Divert when the phone off or no coverage
The call is diverted when your phone is switched off or outside
of the network service area.
Divert when off, no answer, or no coverage
The call is diverted when you do not answer it, or your phone is
busy, switched off, or outside of the network service area.
Cancel all diverts:
Sets all divert options off. If you select this option, the steps
below will not be available.

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The divert options that are not supported by your network operator may not be
shown.
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2. Set the selected option on (Activate) or off
(Cancel), check its current status (Status),
or specify a delay for it (not available for all
divert options).
3. If you selected Activate, choose where the
incoming calls are to be diverted (voice
mailbox or another phone number).
If you selected Status, pressing
(Number) shows the phone number where
the calls are diverted.
Pressing
(Detail), if available, and then selecting Delay
shows the time after which calls are diverted.
Several divert options may be active at the same time.
When all calls are diverted,

is shown when the display is clear.

Each phone line may have its own divert settings. See also 'Phone
line in use' on page 51.
Tip: Pressing
when you receive a call will divert the call
if Divert when busy is selected.

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10. Games
The phone provides three games:
Rotation, Snake, and Memory.
To access this menu: When the display is clear, press
scroll to Games, and press
(Select).

(Menu),

See page 28 for general information on the menu functions.
Using the game options
Select the desired game and then one of the following options:
o New game: Starts a new game session.
o Top score: Shows the highest score so far.
o Instructions: Shows a help text on how to play the game.
o Level: Allows you to set the difficulty level for the selected game.
o Continue: Resumes a game after it was paused by pressing
or
. Start the game by pressing any key except for
,
or .

,

o Last view: Shows the final view of an ended game.
REMEMBER! Your phone must be switched on to use this function.
Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited
or when it may cause interference or danger.

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Calculator and clock

11. Calculator and clock
Calculator
The phone is provided with a four
function calculator which can also be
used for rough currency conversions.
To access this menu: When the display is
clear, press
(Menu), scroll to Calculator, and press
(Select).
See page 28 for general information on the menu functions.

Making a calculation
You can use the following keys for keying in a calculation:
o

-

o

: Inserts a period (.).

o
o

: Inserts a digit.

: Deletes the digit to the left.
: Press once ( + ) to add, twice ( - ) to subtract, three times
( * ) to multiply and four times ( / ) to divide, or press
(Options) and select the desired function.

o For a total, press
(Options) and select Equals. Pressing
clears the display for a new calculation.
Note: This calculator has a limited accuracy and rounding
errors may occur, especially in long divisions.

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Making a currency conversion
1. To set the exchange rate:
o Press

(Options) and select Exchange rate.

o Select either of the displayed exchange options and press
(OK). For example, if you live in France and want to
convert francs to Finnish marks, select Domestic unit
expressed as foreign units.
o Key in the exchange rate and press
inserts a period.

(OK).

2. To make the conversion:
o Key in the currency amount to be converted.
o Press

(Options).

o Choose To domestic or To foreign and press
(OK). In the
example above, you would select To foreign since you want to
convert your domestic currency (francs) to a foreign currency
(marks).
REMEMBER! Your phone must be switched on to use this function.
Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited
or when it may cause interference or danger.

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Calculator and clock

Clock
The phone is provided with a clock which
can also be used as an alarm clock.
The phone shows the current time when the
display is clear.
To access this menu: When the display is clear, press
scroll to Clock, and press
(Select).

(Menu),

See page 28 for general information on the menu functions.

Alarm clock (Menu 8-1)
The phone can be set to alarm at the desired time.
If the alarm was off when you entered this function, key in the
desired alarm time in hours and minutes, and press
(OK).
If the alarm was on when you entered this function, select On to
change the alarm time or Off to turn off the alarm.
When the alarm time is reached
The phone sounds an alert tone at the volume selected within the
Ringing volume function (see page 66), and flashes its lights and
the text Alarm!. You can stop the alarm by pressing any key.
If you let the phone alarm for one minute or press
the alarm stops for a few minutes and then resumes.

(Snooze),

Note: If the alarm time is reached while the phone is
switched off, the phone starts alarming. If you press any
other key but
(Snooze), the phone asks whether you
want to activate the phone for calls. Press
(Yes) to
switch on the phone or to keep the phone switched off.
Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is
prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.

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Clock settings (Menu 8-2)
You can set the time display on or off, set the correct time, or select
the 12-hour or 24-hour time format.
Note: If the battery is removed from the phone, you may
need to set the time again.

Date setting (Menu 8-3)
This function allows you to set the correct date for the internal
clock.

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Adjusting the tones

12. Adjusting the tones
Within the Tones menu you can adjust
the phone tones.
See also 'Setting the phone tones for
different environments' on page 27.
To access this menu: When the display is clear, press
scroll to Tones, and press
(Select).

(Menu),

See page 28 for general information on the menu functions.

Incoming call alert (Menu 9-1)
You can select how the phone notifies you of an incoming call.
Available options are: Ringing, Ascending, Ring once, Beep once,
Off.
Note: When the tones are set to Off, no phone tones are
heard, the indicator is displayed, and the 'Automatic
answer' function does not work.

Ringing tone (Menu 9-2)
You can select which ringing tone is heard when you receive a call.
See also 'Selecting a ringing tone' on page 26.
Received tone is the tone that you have received from some other
phone.
Own tone is the tone that you have created by using the Composer
function (Menu 9-3).
Each phone line can have its own ringing tone. See also 'Phone line
in use' on page 51.

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Composer (Menu 9-3)
You can compose one ringing tone of your own. The name of the
tone is shown last in the tone list.

Creating a new ringing tone
When you enter this function, the tone that you created previously
is shown, if available. To enter a new or edit an existing tone:
1. Enter the desired notes. For example,
press
for note f (shown as f). The
phone plays each note after it is entered
(unless the phone tones are off).
2. To adjust the characteristics of the
note, do as follows:
o Note duration:
shortens (-) and
lengthens (+) the
duration of the note or rest. The default duration is 1/4. The
duration is shown in front of the note, e.g. 16d denotes a note
d with duration 1/16.
Pressing and holding a note key lengthens the note by half,
indicated by a dot after the duration, e.g. 8.a.
o Rest:
inserts a rest (i.e. pause) of the same duration as
the previous note. The default duration of a rest is one quarter
note (1/4). The rest is indicated by the - character.
o Octave:
sets the octave for new notes. The octave is
shown as a number after the note (e.g. e1).
o Pitch:
makes the note sharp (indicated by # in front of
the note), e.g. #f. The pitch selection is not available for notes
e and b.
3. To edit the notes, do as follows:
o
o

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and

move the cursor right or left, respectively.

deletes a note or a rest to the left.

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Adjusting the tones

4. After you have completed the tone, press
one of the functions below, and press

(Options), choose
(OK).

Play: Plays back the notes to the left of the cursor.
Save: Allows you to name the tone and add it to the ringing tone
list.
Tempo: Allows you to select the desired tempo for the tone (in
beats per minute).
Send: Allows you to send the tone to another phone.
Clear screen: Deletes all the notes from the display.
Example: Here is an example of a ringing tone. Enter the notes and
play them as described above. Change the different aspects of the
tone (notes, octave, duration, etc.) and consider how these changes
affect the tone.
16.a2 16d2 16#f2 16a1 16d2 16#f2 8a2 1- 816.b2 16d2 16#f2 16a1 16d2 16#f2 8a2 1- 816.a2 16e2 16g2 16a1 16e2 16g2 8a2 1- 816.e3 16#f2 16a2 16d2 16#f2 16a2 8d3 1- 8REMEMBER! Your phone must be switched on to use this function.
Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited
or when it may cause interference or danger.

Receiving a ringing tone
When somebody sends you a ringing tone, you will hear a message
tone and the relevant text will be displayed.
To play, save, or erase the tone, press
desired function, and press
(OK).

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Ringing volume (Menu 9-4)
You can select the volume for the ringing tone. This setting also
specifies the message alert tone.

Message alert tone (Menu 9-5)
You can select a tone which notifies you of an incoming text
message.

Keypad tones (Menu 9-6)
A tone is heard each time a key is pressed. You can select the volume
for these keypad tones or turn them off.

Warning and game tones
(Menu 9-7)
You can set the phone to sound tones e.g. when the battery is
running out of power or when you play one of the games built in the
phone.

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SIM services

13. SIM services
In addition to the functions available in
the phone, your SIM card may provide
additional services that you can access in
this menu.
This menu is shown only if it is supported by your SIM card. The
name and contents of this menu depend entirely on the services
available.
To access this menu: When the display is clear, press
scroll to Menu 10, and press
(Select).

(Menu),

You can set the phone to display confirmation messages when you
are using the SIM card services. See 'Confirm SIM service actions'
on page 53.
Note: For availability, rates and information on using the
SIM services, contact your SIM card vendor, e.g. network
operator, service provider, or other third-party vendor.

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14. Reference
information
Sending DTMF tones and requests
to the network
Sending DTMF tones
The phone can send DTMF tones to communicate with answering
machines, computerised telephony services etc.
Make a call in the normal way. Press
and then
(Options),
and select Send DTMF. Key in the DTMF string or recall it from
Phone book, and press
(OK).

Sending a request to the network
You can send requests, e.g. activation commands of different
functions, to your service provider.
Start a call in the normal way. Key in the desired characters. Press
for # and
for *. Press
(Options), and select Send.
Press
(Send) to send the message.

Changing the Nokia Xpress-on(TM)
covers
o Before changing the covers, always switch off and disconnect
the phone from the charger or any other device.
o Always store the phone with the covers attached.
o Read carefully the instructions in the 'Care and maintenance'
section.

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Remove the back cover: Press the
locking catch at the bottom of the cover
(1), slide the cover towards the top of the
phone (2), and lift it up (3).

Remove the front cover: Press
the locking catch on the top of the
cover and gently pull the cover
from the phone.

Replace the front cover: Insert the
two catches of the cover in the
corresponding slots in the phone,
press the lower part of the cover
towards the phone, and push the
cover until it locks into place.

Replace the back cover: Insert the four
catches of the cover in the
corresponding slots in the phone and
push the
cover towards the phone until it locks
into place.

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Access codes
You can use the different access codes to avoid unauthorised use of
your phone and SIM card.
The access codes (except PUK and PUK2) can be changed within the
'Change access codes' function (see page 55).

Security code (5 digits)
The security code can be used to avoid unauthorised use of your
phone (see 'Phone security' on page 54). Keep the code secret and
in a safe place, separate from the phone.

PIN code (4 to 8 digits)
The PIN (Personal Identification Number) code protects your SIM
card against unauthorised use. The PIN code is usually supplied with
the SIM card. See also 'PIN code request' on page 53.
If you enter an incorrect PIN code three times in succession, the SIM
card is blocked. Key in the PUK code and press
(OK). Key in a
new PIN code and press
(OK). Key in the new code again and
press
(OK).

PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits)
The PIN2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is required to access
some functions, such as charging unit counters. These functions are
only available if supported by your SIM card.
If you enter an incorrect PIN2 code three times in succession, follow the
same instructions as for the PIN code but this time using the PUK2 code.

PUK code (8 digits)
The PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code is required to change a
blocked PIN code. The PUK code may be supplied with the SIM card.
If not, contact your local service provider for the code. If you lose
the code, contact your service provider.

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PUK2 code (8 digits)
The PUK2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is required to change
a blocked PIN2 code. If you lose the code, contact your service
provider.

Battery information
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery.
The operation and the lifetime of the battery are greatly affected by
how you handle the battery. Take good care of the battery and
follow the guidelines presented below.

Charging and discharging the battery
o A new battery's full performance is achieved only after two or
three complete charge and discharge cycles!
o The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times
but it will eventually wear out. When the operating time (talktime and standby time) is noticeably shorter than normal, it is
time to buy a new battery.
o Use only batteries approved by the phone manufacturer and
recharge your battery only with the chargers approved by the
manufacturer.
o When a charger is not in use, disconnect it from the power
source. Do not leave the battery connected to a charger for
longer than a week, since overcharging may shorten its life. If
left unused a fully charged battery will discharge itself over time.
o For good operation times, discharge the NiMH battery from time
to time by leaving your phone switched on until it turns itself off.
Do not attempt to discharge the battery by any other means.
o Temperature extremes will affect the ability of your battery to
charge: allow it to cool down or warm up first.

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o When the battery is running out of power and only few minutes
of talk time remain, a warning tone is heard and Battery low is
briefly displayed. When no more talk time is left, Battery empty
is displayed and a warning tone is sounded and the phone
switches itself off.

Using the batteries
o Use the battery only for its intended purpose.
o Never use any charger or battery which is damaged or worn out.
o Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuiting can
occur when a metallic object (coin, clip or pen) causes direct
connection of the + and - terminals of the battery (metal strips
on the back of the battery) for example when you carry a spare
battery in your pocket or purse. Short-circuiting the terminals
may damage the battery or the connecting object.
o Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a closed car
in summer or winter conditions, will reduce the capacity and
lifetime of the battery. Always try to keep the battery between
15░C and 25░C (59░F and 77░F). A phone with a hot or cold
battery may temporarily not work, even when the battery is fully
charged. The performance of NiMH batteries is particularly
limited in temperatures below -10░C (14░F).
o Do not dispose of batteries in a fire!
Batteries must be recycled or disposed of properly.
They must not be disposed of in municipal waste!

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Accessories and batteries
This apparatus is intended for use when supplied with power from
ACP-7, LCH-9, and DCH-8. Other usage will invalidate any approval
given to this apparatus and may be dangerous.
Warning! Use only batteries, charger and accessories
approved by the phone manufacturer for use with this
particular phone model. The use of any other types will
invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the phone,
and may be dangerous.
For availability of approved accessories, please check with
your dealer.
When you disconnect the power cord of any accessory,
grasp and pull the plug, not the cord.

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Care and maintenance
Your phone is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be
treated with care. The suggestions below will help you to fulfill any warranty
obligations and to enjoy this product for many years. When using your
phone, battery, charger OR any accessory:
o Keep it and all its parts and accessories out of small children's reach.
o Keep it dry. Precipitation, humidity and liquids contain minerals that will
corrode electronic circuits.
o Do not use or store it in dusty, dirty areas. Its moving parts can be
damaged.
o Do not store it in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten the life of
electronic devices, damage batteries, and warp or melt certain plastics.
o Do not store it in cold areas. When the phone warms up (to its normal
temperature), moisture can form inside the phone, which may damage
electronic circuit boards.
o Do not attempt to open it. Non-expert handling of the device may
damage it.
o Do not drop, knock or shake it. Rough handling can break internal circuit
boards.
o Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents to
clean it. Wipe it with a soft cloth slightly dampened in a mild soap-andwater solution.
o Do not paint it. Paint can clog the device's moving parts and prevent
proper operation.
o Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna.
Unauthorised antennas, modifications or attachments could damage the
phone and may violate regulations governing radio devices.
o If the phone, battery, charger or any accessory are not working properly,
take it to your nearest qualified service facility. The personnel there will
assist you, and if necessary, arrange for service.

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Important safety
information
Traffic safety
Do not use a hand-held telephone while driving a vehicle. If using a handheld phone park the vehicle before conversing. Always secure the phone in
its holder; do not place the phone on the passenger seat or where it can
break loose in a collision or sudden stop.
The use of an alert device to operate a vehicle's lights or horn on public roads
is not permitted.
Remember road safety always comes first!

Operating environment
Remember to follow any special regulations in force in any area and always
switch off your phone whenever it is forbidden to use it, or when it may
cause interference or danger.
When connecting the phone or any accessory to another device, read its
user's guide for detailed safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible
products.
As with other mobile radio transmitting equipment, users are advised that
for the satisfactory operation of the equipment and for the safety of
personnel, it is recommended that the equipment should only be used in the
normal operating position (held to your ear).

Electronic devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio frequency (RF)
signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against
the RF signals from your wireless phone.

Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation of 20 cm
(6 inches) be maintained between a hand-held wireless phone and a
pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. These
recom-mendations are consistent with the independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
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Persons with pacemakers:
o Should always keep the phone more than 20 cm (6 inches) from their
pacemaker when the phone is switched on;
o Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket;
o Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for
interference.
o If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place,
switch off your phone immediately.

Hearing aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the
event of such interference, you may want to consult your service provider.

Other medical devices
Operation of any radio transmitting equipment, including cellular phones,
may interfere with the functionality of inadequately protected medical
devices. Consult a physician or the manufacturer of the medical device to
determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy or if you
have any questions.
Switch off your phone in health care facilities when any regulations posted
in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may
be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.

Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded
electronic systems in motor vehicles (e.g. electronic fuel injection systems,
electronic anti-skid (anti-lock) braking systems, electronic speed control
systems, air bag systems).
Check with the manufacturer or its representative regarding your vehicle.
You should also consult the manufacturer of any equipment that has been
added to your vehicle.

Posted facilities
Switch your phone off in any facility where posted notices so require.

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Potentially explosive atmospheres
Switch off your phone when in any area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could
cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.
Users are advised to switch off the phone when at a refuelling point (service
station). Users are reminded of the need to observe restrictions on the use
of radio equipment in fuel depots (fuel storage and distribution areas),
chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not always
clearly marked. They include below deck on boats; chemical transfer or
storage facilities; vehicles using liquified petroleum gas (such as propane or
butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain,
dust or metal powders; and any other area where you would normally be
advised to turn off your vehicle engine.

Vehicles
Only qualified personnel should service the phone, or install the phone in a
vehicle. Faulty installation or service may be dangerous and may invalidate
any warranty which may apply to the unit.
Check regularly that all wireless phone equipment in your vehicle is
mounted and operating properly.
Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or explosive materials in the
same compartment as the phone, its parts or accessories.
For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember that an air bag inflates with
great force. Do not place objects, including both installed or portable
wireless equipment in the area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment
area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly installed and the air bag
inflates, serious injury could result.
Switch off your phone before boarding an aircraft. The use of wireless
telephones in an aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft,
disrupt the wireless telephone network and may be illegal.
Failure to observe these instructions may lead to suspension or denial of
telephone services to the offender, or legal action or both.

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Emergency calls
Important! This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using
radio signals, wireless and landline networks as well as userprogrammed functions which cannot guarantee connection in all
conditions. Therefore, you should never rely solely upon any
wireless phone for essential communications (e.g. medical
emergencies).
Remember, to make or receive any calls the phone must be switched on and
in a service area with adequate cellular signal strength. Emergency calls may
not be possible on all wireless phone networks or when certain network
services and/or phone features are in use. Check with local cellular service
providers.

To make an emergency call:
1. If the phone is not on, switch it on.
Some networks may require that a valid SIM card is properly inserted in
the phone.
2. Press and hold the
for calls.

key twice for several seconds to ready the phone

3. Key in the emergency number for your present location (e.g. 112 or other
official emergency number). Emergency numbers vary by location.
4. Press the

(Call) key.

If certain features are in use (Keypad lock, Fixed Dialling, etc.), you may first
need to turn those features off before you can make an emergency call.
Consult this document and your local cellular service provider.
When making an emergency call, remember to give all the necessary
information as accurately as possible. Remember that your wireless phone
may be the only means of communication at the scene of an accident - do
not cut off the call until given permission to do so.

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Index

Index
A

call alert ..............................................63

access codes

call costs .............................................48

changing....................................... 55

limiting ..........................................48

See also PIN code, PIN2 code,
PUK code, PUK2 code, and
security code

selecting units in which
remaining amount
of talk-time is shown ..............49

accessories, notes for using .......... 73
adjusting the earpiece volume ..... 19
alarm clock......................................... 61
answering a call................................ 22
during a call................................. 22
assigning a speed dial number ..... 34
automatic answer ............................ 51
automatic redial ............................... 50
automatically stored phone
numbers .............................................. 46

See also call register

call duration.......................................48
call register.........................................46
call waiting.........................................50
calls
answering .....................................22
during a call............................22
diverting .................................22, 56
ending............................................19
making...........................................19
an international call .............19
using Phone book ...........20, 32
receiving........................................22

B

rejecting ........................................22

battery

switching between
two calls ......................................21

charge indication ....................... 13
charging........................................ 16
notes for using.....................71, 73
removing....................................... 14
replacing....................................... 16
business card. See sending a

name and phone number to
another phone

care and maintenance.....................74
cell info display .................................52
clear display, definition...................13
clock
selecting time format................62
setting on or off..........................62
closed user groups............................54
composing a new ringing tone .....64

C

covers, changing ...............................68

calculator............................................ 59

currencies, converting .....................60
cursor, moving ...................................25

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D

K

deleting a character from the
display..................................................25

keying in a letter.............................. 24

display indicators..............................13

locking ...........................................24

displaying your phone
number to called party ...................51

overview of ...................................11

keypad

tones...............................................66

diverting calls .............................22, 56
DTMF tones, sending .......................68

L
language of display texts .............. 52

E

last dialled numbers................. 20, 47

earpiece volume, adjusting............19
editing a name and
phone number stored
in Phone book....................................33

See also call register
lights, setting .................................... 53
listening to voice messages .......... 23

emergency calls ........................... 9, 78

locking the keypad........................... 24

ending a call ......................................19

M

exiting from menu functions ........12

making a call..................................... 19

F

memory functions. See Phone

factory settings .................................55

book

fixed dialling ......................................53

menu functions
entering .........................................28

G

exiting............................................29

games...................................................58

list of ..............................................30

tones ..............................................66

missed calls........................................ 47

HDC-5 headset...........................27, 51

moving the cursor............................ 25

I

N

information service ..........................44

network command requests ......... 68

international calls ............................19

network, selecting ........................... 52

storing international prefix .....26

Nokia Navi key........................... 11, 13

See also call register

H

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P

R

Phone book
checking the amount of free
space ............................................ 35
defining the type of view for
stored names and phone
numbers ...................................... 35
editing a stored name
and phone number................... 33
entering......................................... 32
during a call ........................... 32
making a call using ............20, 32
recalling names and phone
numbers ...............................20, 32
removing a name and phone
number from Phone book ...... 33
sending a name and
number to another phone...... 34
storing a name and
phone number ....................24, 33

recalling names and
phone numbers from
Phone book................................. 20, 32
received calls......................................47

See also call register
receiving a call ..................................22
during a call .................................22
receiving a name and
phone number ...................................34
receiving a ringing tone..................65
redialling a last
dialled number...................................20
rejecting a call...................................22
removing a character from the
display..................................................25
restoring factory settings...............55
ringing tone
adjusting volume ........................66

using .............................................. 32

creating .........................................64

phone line, selecting ....................... 51

defining for a specific phone
number.........................................33

PIN code.......................................17, 70

selecting.................................26, 63

setting request on or off.......... 53
PIN2 code ........................................... 70

S

PPH-1 handsfree car kit ..........27, 51

safety instructions.......................8, 75

predictive text input........................ 39

security code..........................9, 17, 70

profiles. See tones, setting for

different environments
PUK code............................................. 70
PUK2 code .......................................... 71

setting request on or off ..........54
sending a name and
phone number to
another phone ...................................34
service numbers, calling .................32
signal strength...................................13
SIM card
inserting ........................................14
using...............................................14

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SMS messages. See text messages

W

special characters, entering...........25

warning tones ................................... 66

speed dialling..............................34, 50

writing

storing a name and phone number
in Phone book.............................24, 33

text messages ................................... 37

text in Phone book .....................24

switching the phone on or off......17

T
text messages
adjusting alert tone ...................66
delivery reports ...........................44
reading ..........................................36
saving......................................37, 38
selecting alternative
message format.........................43
sending...................................37, 38
sets .................................................43
setting validity period...............43
storing phone number of
message centre .........................43
writing ...........................................37
by using predictive
text input...............................39
by using traditional
text input...............................38
tones
setting for different
environments ......................27, 63

V
voice mailbox
storing phone number of .........45
voice messages
listening to ...................................23

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Electronic user┤s guide released subject to "Nokia User┤s Guides Terms and Conditions, 7th June, 1998".

User's Guide

9351704
Issue 2

Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation, Finland. Navi
is a trademark of Nokia Mobile Phones. Nokia Xpress-on is a
trademark of Nokia Mobile Phones.
(C)1998. Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.
Nokia Mobile Phones operates a policy of continuous development.
Therefore, we reserve the right to make changes and improvements
to any of the products described in this guide without prior notice.

Smart Tips
These Smart Tips pages include some useful tips for efficient usage
of your phone.
For more detailed information, read through the user's guide.

Call Functions
Making a Call
Answering a Call
Ending a Call
Rejecting a Call

Key in the phone number, press the Navi Key
(Call).
Press the Navi Key
(Answer).
Press the Navi Key
(End).
Press
at an incoming call. (If the Divert
when busy function is activated, rejecting
an incoming call will also divert the call.)

Redial

With display clear, press
dialled numbers.

Adjusting the Ear- Press
piece Volume

or

to access the last

during a call.

Phone Book Functions
Quick Save
Key in the phone number, press
or
to
(a Name & Number change the Navi Key text to Save. Press
(OK).
(Save). Key in the name and press
in Phone Book)
Quick Find
Press
(with display clear), (key in the first
or
to
(a Name & Number letter of the name), scroll with
to view
from Phone Book) the desired name. Press and hold

the phone number.

?

Using Phone Book To access Phone book during a call, press
during a Call
,
(Options), select Phone book.

Storing a phone
Press
number for Speed use
Dial

(Menu),
(Select),
and
to find Speed Dials,
press
(Select),
(Assign),
find the desired name/phone number, press
(OK).

Speed Dialling

Press a number key 1 - 9, press

(Call).

One Touch Dialling If the Speed Dialling function in the

menu is activated, press and hold a number
key 2 - 9 for One Touch Dialling.
Press and hold
to dial the Voice Mailbox
number. (The Voice Mailbox number has to be
stored in the memory.)

Essential Shortcuts
Locking the Keypad / Unlocking
the Keypad

Press
(Menu) then
(within 3 sec.
onds) / Press
(Unlock) then

Quick Alert
Settings

Press quickly, use
and
to select the
desired option, press
(OK).
You can also use following shortcuts:
,
for Personal;
,
for Silent;
,
for Discreet;
,
for Loud

Writing & Sending Press
(Menu),
,
a Message
key in a message, (press

,
to change between upper and lower case characters, press
and hold
for numbers, press
for
special characters),

press
(Options), reach Send with
or
, press
(OK), enter the phone
number or search for it with
or
from
Phone Book, press
(OK).

Contents
For Your Safety ................... 7

3. Basic Functions .............. 15

About Labels on your Phone ..........8
Security Code .....................................8
Using This Guide ................................8

Installing the SIM card ....................9
Charging the Battery .................... 10

Making a Call ...................................15
Adjusting the Earpiece Volume ..16
Last Number Redial ........................16
Storing a Name and Phone
Number in Phone Book ................16
Making a Call Using the
Memory ............................................18
Receiving a Call ..............................19

2. The Phone Is Ready
for Use ................................. 12

4. Other Essential
Functions............................. 20

Switching the Phone On and Off 12
The Display Indicators ................... 13
Using the Keys ................................ 13
Navi Key.......................................... 13
Scroll Keys...................................... 14
The C Key........................................ 14

Selecting a Ringing Tone ..............20
Settings for Desired Usage
Situations (Quick alert settings) 20
Voice Messages ...............................21
Text Messages .................................22
Read Messages..............................22
Writing and Sending
a Message .....................................22
Keypad Lock .....................................23

1. Getting the Phone
ready for Use ....................... 9

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5. Using the Menu.............. 24
Accessing a Menu Function
by Scrolling ......................................24
Accessing a Menu Function
by Its Shortcut ...............................25
List of Menu Functions .................26
Phone Book (Menu 1) ...................28
Recalling a Name and Phone
Number from Phone Book .........28
Service Numbers...........................28
Storing a Name and Phone
Number in Phone Book...............28
Erasing a Name and Phone
Number from Phone Book .........29
Editing a Name and Phone
Number in Phone Book...............29
Sending a Name and Phone
Number from Phone Book
('Business card')...........................29
Phone Book Options ....................30
Assigning a Phone Number
as a Speed Dial Number............30
Messages (menu 2) ........................31
Read Messages .............................31
Writing, Sending and Saving
a Message .....................................31
Message Settings .........................32
Info Service ....................................33
Voice Mailbox Number...............33
Call Register (menu 3) ..................34
Missed Calls...................................34
Received Calls ...............................34
Dialled Numbers ...........................34
Erasing Recent Call Lists............35
Show Call Duration .....................35
Show Call Costs............................35
Call Cost Settings.........................36
Settings (menu 4) ...........................37

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Call Settings...................................37
Phone Settings ..............................38
Security Settings ..........................39
Restore Factory Settings ............40
Call Divert (menu 5) .......................40
Games (menu 6) ..............................41
Calculator (menu 7) .......................41
Using the calculator ....................41
Clock (menu 8) ................................42
Alarm Clock....................................42
Clock settings ................................43
Tones (menu 9) ................................43
Incoming Call Alert ......................43
Ringing Tone ..................................43
Ringing Volume.............................43
Message Alert Tone......................43
Keypad Tones .................................44
Warning and Game Tones..........44
Vibrating Alert...............................44

6. Reference Information .. 45
In-Call Options ................................45
Access Codes ....................................46
Protection Cap of the Antenna
Connector .........................................47
Battery Information .......................47
Charging and Discharging
the Battery ....................................47
Accessories and Batteries .............49
Instructions for changing the
Nokia Xpress-on(TM) colour cover .49

Care and Maintenance ..... 51
Important Safety
Information ........................ 52
Emergency Calls ..............................55

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For Your Safety
Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous or illegal. Further detailed information is given in this manual.

ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST
Don't use a hand-held phone while driving; park the vehicle first.

INTERFERENCE
All wireless phones may get interference which could affect performance.

SWITCH OFF IN HOSPITALS
Follow any regulations or rules. Switch phone off near medical
equipment.

SWITCH OFF IN AIRCRAFT
Wireless phones can cause interference. Using them on aircraft is
illegal.

SWITCH OFF WHEN REFUELING
Don't use phone at a refuelling point. Don't use near fuel or chemicals.

SWITCH OFF NEAR BLASTING
Don't use phone where blasting is in progress. Observe restrictions,
and follow any regulations or rules.

USE SENSIBLY
Use only in normal position (to ear). Don't touch the antenna unnecessarily.

USE QUALIFIED SERVICE
Only qualified service personnel must install or repair equipment.

ACCESSORIES AND BATTERIES
Use only approved accessories and batteries. Do not connect incompatible products.

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CONNECTING TO OTHER DEVICES
When connecting to any other device, read its user's guide for detailed safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible products.
Remember to make backup copies of all important data.

MAKING CALLS
Ensure the phone is switched on and in service. Enter the phone
number, including the area code, then press
(Call). To end
(Answer).
a call press
(End). To answer a call press

EMERGENCY CALLS
Ensure the phone is switched on and in service. Press and hold
two times for several seconds, to clear the display. Enter the
emergency number, then press
(Call). Give your location.
Do not end the call until told to do so.

About Labels on your Phone
Your phone has labels on it. These are important for service and related purposes, so be careful no to lose the label or the information
it contains.

Security Code
The factory setting for the security code is 12345. Change the code,
see 'Security Settings - Change Access Codes', and keep the new
code secret and in a safe place, separate from the phone.

Using This Guide
The wireless phone described in this guide is approved for use on the
GSM network.
A number of features included in this guide are called Network
Services. They are special services provided by wireless service providers. Before you can take advantage of any of these Network Services, you must subscribe to these service(s) from your home service
provider and obtain instructions for their use.

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Getting the Phone ready for Use

1. Getting the Phone
ready for Use
Before you can use your phone, you first need to
o install a valid miniature SIM card in the phone and
o charge the battery.

Installing the SIM card
o Keep all miniature SIM cards out of the reach of small children.
o The SIM card and its contacts can easily be damaged by scratches or bending, so be careful when handling, inserting or removing the card.
o Before installing the SIM card, always make sure that the phone
is switched off and then remove the battery.
1 At the back of the phone, press

the locking catch of the battery (1.), slide the battery
downwards (2.) and lift it (3.)
off the phone.
2 Open the cover for the SIM

card reader by sliding it in the
direction 'Open' (4.) and lifting it (5.).

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3 Insert the SIM card (6.) ensur-

ing that the bevelled corner is
upwards and that the golden
connectors on the card are facing the connectors on the
phone.

4 Close the cover of the SIM card

reader (7.) and slide the card
holder back to keep the card in
its place (8.).

5 Attach the battery by placing it on the back of the phone and

sliding it upwards until it locks into place.

Charging the Battery
1 Connect the lead from the

charger to the bottom of the
phone.

2 Connect the charger to an AC wall outlet and the bat-

tery indicator bar starts to scroll.
The Charging text is briefly displayed if the phone is
switched on. The phone can be used while charging if
the phone is on.
Note: If the battery is totally flat, it may take a few minutes

before the charging indication appears on the display.

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Getting the Phone ready for Use
3 The battery is fully charged when the battery indicator bar stops

scrolling, and the Battery full text is briefly displayed if the
phone is on.
Charging time depends on the charger and battery used. For example, charging a BMS-2 battery with the ACP-7 charger takes
about four hours.
4 Disconnect the charger from the AC outlet and the phone.

If Not charging is displayed, charging is suspended. Wait for a
while, disconnect the charger, plug it in again and retry. If charging
still fails, contact your dealer.
For more information, see the 'Battery Information' chapter.

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2. The Phone Is Ready for
Use
Switching the Phone On and Off
Press and hold the

key for a second.

If the phone asks for a PIN
code:
The PIN code is usually supplied with
the SIM card.
o Key in the PIN code, which is displayed
as asterisks D, and press
(OK).
See also 'Reference Information - Access
Codes'.

If the phone asks for a security
code:
See 'For Your Safety - Security Code'.
o Key in the security code, which is displayed as asterisks D, and press
(OK).
Warning! Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone
use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.

As with any other radio transmitting device, do not touch
the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is switched on.
Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may
cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than
otherwise needed.

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The Phone Is Ready for Use

The Display Indicators
The indicators described below are shown
when the phone is ready for use, with no
characters entered by the user. This is also
called 'a clear display'.
Operator

indicates in which cellular network the phone is currently used.
and bar
Shows the signal strength of the cellular network at your current
location. The higher the bar, the stronger the signal.
and bar
Shows the battery charge level. The higher the bar, the more
power in the battery.

Using the Keys
Navi Key
The use of the phone is largely
based on the Nokia NaviTM Key,
, below the display. The func,
tion of this Nokia NaviTM Key,
varies according to the guiding text
shown above the key on the display.
Throughout this user's guide, together with the Nokia NaviTM Key
the relevant guiding text is also
mentioned, e.g.
(Menu) or
(Select).

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Scroll Keys
Scroll keys are used to browse through menus,
submenus and settings and to move the cursor
to the right or left.

Tips:

With clear display, press
once to access the names &
phone numbers stored in Phone Book.
With clear display, press
dialled numbers.

once to access the list of last

During a call, press the keys to adjust the earpiece volume.

The C Key
o Use
to delete a character to the left of
the cursor,
o to clear all the characters keyed in from the
display (press and hold),
o to return from a submenu to the previous
menu level in the menu facility,
o to exit the menu facility,
o to reject an incoming call.

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Basic Functions

3. Basic Functions
Making a Call
1 Key in the phone number including the

area code. The text Menu changes to
Call.
Correct keying mistakes by pressing
to delete the last character to the left.
2 Press

(Call) and wait for the answer. The text Call changes to End.

3 Press

(End) to finish the call (or to
cancel the call attempt).

Normal position: Hold the phone as you
would any other telephone with the antenna pointed up and over
your shoulder.

International Calls
1 Press

twice for the international prefix (+ character replaces the international access code).

2 Enter the country code, area code and the phone number.
3 To call the number, press

(Call).

Note: When you are using the phone with the CARK-91 car

kit, you can switch from handsfree mode to privacy mode
by picking up the external handset HSU-1.
To switch back to handsfree, first press
down the handset within 15 seconds.

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Adjusting the Earpiece Volume
You can adjust the earpiece volume of the
phone during a call. Press
to increase
and
to decrease the volume level.

Last Number Redial
The last eight phone numbers you called or attempted to call are
stored in the phone's memory. To redial one of these last-dialled
numbers:
1 With display clear, press

once to access the list of the last-dialled numbers.

2 Use

or

to reach the desired

number.
3 Press

(Call).

Storing a Name and Phone
Number in Phone Book
1 Press

(Menu) to access the menu

facility.
2 With Phone book displayed, press

(Select).
3 Use

press

or

to reach Add entry and
(Select).

Name: prompt will be displayed.
4 Key in the desired name as follows:

Press the key labelled with the character
you want: Once for the first character,
twice (before the cursor appears) for the second and so on.

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Basic Functions

The available character set depends on the language selected in
menu 4-2-1.
o Press a key
repeatedly to find characters, e. g.
for characters . , ? ! - & 1 and
gives a space,
o

switches between upper and lower case characters.
The ABC or abc indicator is shown on the display respectively.

o Press and hold
to switch between characters and
numbers. The ABC (abc) or 123 indicator is shown on the
display respectively.
o You can also add a number by pressing and holding the respective number key for a second.
o When the flashing cursor appears, you can enter the next character.
o Press

or

to move the cursor.

o Press
to bring up a list of special
characters. The ?!? indicator is shown.
Use
or
to reach the desired character and press
(Use) to add it in
the name.
5 When you have written the name, press

(OK).
Number: prompt will be displayed.
6 Key in the country code (if necessary),

area code and phone number.
Tip: If you key in the + character for the international prefix

(by pressing
twice) in front of the country code, you
can use the phone number when calling from abroad.
7 Press

(OK). The name and phone number are stored in
Phone book.

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Tip: Quick Save

With the display clear, key in the phone number, press
or
to change the Navi Key text to Save and press
(OK).
(Save). Key in the name and press

Making a Call Using the Memory
1 Press

(Menu).

2 With Phone book displayed, press
3 Press

(Select).

(Select) to choose Search.

4 Key in the first letter(s) of the name and press

(OK).

You can skip this step if you like.
5 Use

and
to reach the desired name. You can check the
phone number by pressing and holding
.

6 Press

(Call).

Tip: A quick way to access the Phone Book

With the display clear, press
. The first name (and phone
number) in phone book will be displayed.
Tip: The names and phone numbers assigned to the speed
dial keys 1 to 9 can be speed dialled via the number keys
to
.

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Basic Functions

Receiving a Call
When somebody is calling you, the phone
will ring and flash the caller's name or
phone number or the text Call.
o To answer the call, press

(Answer).

Tip: To reject an incoming call, press
. If the Divert
when busy function is activated to divert the calls, e.g. to

your voice mailbox, rejecting an incoming call will also divert the call. See 'Call Divert (menu 5)'.
Note: If more than one name is found in the phone book

with the same last seven digits as the caller's phone
number, only the caller's phone number will be displayed, if
available.

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4. Other Essential
Functions
Selecting a Ringing Tone
1 Press

(Menu).

2 Use

or

to reach Tones and press

3 Use

or

to reach Ringing tone and press

(Select).
(Se-

lect).
4 Use

or
to reach the ringing tone you prefer. The phone
gives you a ringing sample. Press
(OK) to select it.

5 Press and hold

to exit the menu.

Settings for Desired Usage
Situations (Quick alert settings)
Adjust the tones including, e.g. ringing tone, keypad tones, warning
tones, for different operating situations. All you need to do is select
the desired option from the available list, e.g. Loud for outdoor usage of the phone.
1 With the display clear, press the power

key
2 Use

quickly.
or

to reach the desired op-

tion:
Switch off! turns off the phone.
Personal is the default setting using the tone settings selected in Tones menu.
Silent no sound alert will be heard.
Discreet a short beep sound is heard as a ringing or message

alert tone.

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Other Essential Functions

Loud call alert tone is ringing and e.g. the ringing volume is
loudest.
3 Press

(OK) to select the option.

Tip: You can also use following shortcuts:
,
for Personal
,
for Silent
,
for Discreet
,
for Loud
Note: When you change the settings in the Tones menu,
the Personal is automatically reset.
Note: When the phone is connected to the CARK-91 car kit

or HDC-9 headset, this function is not available.

Voice Messages
The network may offer you a voice mailbox service. You can divert
your calls to the voice mailbox and the callers can leave you messages.
The network informs you when you have a voice message waiting.
Call to the voice mailbox number and listen to the message(s).
1 With clear display, press and hold

for a second to call your

voice mailbox number.
If the phone asks for the voice mailbox number, key it in and
press
(OK). See also 'Voice Mailbox Number', menu 2-6. You
will obtain your voice mailbox number from your service provider
upon subscription to the voice mailbox service.
2 Listen to the messages. End the call by pressing

(End).

Note: If the Navi key text Listen is available, press
(Listen) to call your voice mailbox.

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Text Messages
You can read and write short text messages of up to 160 characters
in length.
Before you can send any messages, you need to store the number of
your message centre in the memory. It will remain unchanged until
replaced. You will obtain the number from your service provider
upon subscription to the Short Message Service (SMS). See the section Message Settings.
Make sure before sending a text message that the receiving phone
is provided with SMS capability.
The capacity of the SIM card to store text messages may vary depending on the SIM card.

Read Messages
1 When you have received an SMS message, the text ...Mes-

sages(s) Received and the
Press
(Read).
2 Use

or

indicator are displayed.

to reach the desired message and press

(Read).
3 While reading a message, use

or
to browse through the
message. Press
(Options) for available options. Press
quickly
to exit the message.

4 Press and hold

for a second to exit the menu.

Writing and Sending a Message
1 Press
2 Use

(Menu).
or
to reach the menu function Messages and press
(Select).

3 Use

or

to reach Write messages and press

(Se-

lect).

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Other Essential Functions
4 Key in the message. For information on

how to use the keys for writing, see
'Storing a Name and Phone Number in
Phone book'.
5 When you have finished the writing,

(Options).

press

6 Select Send and press

(OK).

7 Key in the recipient's phone number or press

use
(OK).

(Search) and
to search for it from Phone Book and press

or

8 Press

(OK) to send the message.

9 Press and hold

twice to exit the menu.

Keypad Lock
The keypad lock prevents keys from being accidentally pressed
when, for example, the phone is in your pocket or handbag.
o To lock the keypad, within three
seconds first press
(Menu)
and then
.
When the keypad is locked, the indicator
is shown.
o To unlock the keypad, first press
.
(Unlock) and then
o When the keypad is locked, you
can answer a call by pressing
(Answer).
Note: When the keypad is locked, calls may be possible to

the emergency number programmed into your phone (e.g.
112 or other official emergency number). The number is displayed only when all the digits have been keyed in.

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5. Using the Menu
The phone allows you to alter and view the settings of the many
functions and options that are listed in the menus and submenus.
The menus and submenus can be accessed by scrolling or using the
appropriate shortcut.

Accessing a Menu Function by
Scrolling
1 To access the menu facility, press

(Menu).
2 Press

or
to reach the desired
main menu, e.g. Settings.

3 Press

(Select) to enter the menu.

4 If the menu contains any submenus,

reach the desired one with

or

.

5 Press

(Select) to enter the submenu (e.g. Call Settings). If the
menu contains submenus, repeat steps 4
and 5.

6 Press

or
your choice.

7 Press

to reach the setting of

(OK) to confirm the chosen

setting.

Tip: You can return to the previous menu level by pressing

quickly or exit the menu without changing any settings by pressing and holding
.

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Using the Menu

Accessing a Menu Function by Its
Shortcut
The menu items (menus, submenus and setting options)
are numbered and can be accessed by their shortcut
number. The shortcut index number is shown in the top
right corner of the display.
1 Press

(Menu).

2 Key in quickly, within three seconds, the index

number of the menu function you want to access.
Repeat this step for entering a submenu.
3 Key in within three seconds, the number of the desired setting

option.
For example, to set the keypad tones off:

Press

(Menu),

,

,

,

(Menu) for entering the menu,
for Tones,
for Keypad Tones and
for keypad tones Off.

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List of Menu Functions
2 Common3

1 Phone book

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Search
Service nos1
Add entry
Erase
Edit
Send entry
Options

1 Delivery reports
2 Reply via same centre
5 Info service
6 Voice mailbox number
3 Call
register
1
2
3
4
5

1 Type of view
2 Memory status
8 Speed dials
2 Messages
1
2
3
4

1 Last call duration
2 All calls' duration
3 Received calls' duration
4 Dialled calls' duration
5 Clear timers
6 Show call costs

Inbox
Outbox
Write messages
Message settings
1 Set 1 2
1 Message centre
number
2 Messages sent as
3 Message validity

1 Last call cost
2 All calls' cost
3 Clear counters
7 Call costs settings

1 Available only if supported by
the SIM card.
2 The number of the sets
depends on how many sets
your SIM card offers. Each set
appears in its own submenu
and may have any name.

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Missed calls
Received calls
Dialled numbers
Erase recent call lists
Show call duration

1 Call costs' limit
2 Show costs in

3 The shortcut number of this
menu depends on the number
of sets available.

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Using the Menu

4 Settings
1 Call settings
1
2
3
4
o

Automatic redial
Speed dialling
Call waiting options
Own number sending
Automatic answer 1

2 Phone settings
1
2
3
4
o

Language
Cell info display
Welcome note
Network selection
Lights 2

3 Security settings
1 PIN code request
2 Fixed dialling
3 Closed user group
4 Phone security
5 Change access codes
4 Restore factory settings

3 Divert when not answered
4 Divert when phone off or
no coverage
5 Cancel all diverts
6 Games
1 Memory
2 Snake
3 Logic
7 Calculator
8 Clock
1 Alarm
clock
2 Clock settings
9 Tones

1 Divert all
voice calls without ringing
2 Divert when busy

1 Incoming
call alert
2 Ringing tone
3 Ringing volume
4 Message alert tone
5 Keypad tones
6 Warning and game tones
o Vibrating alert 3

1 This is shown only if the phone
is connected to the CARK-91
car kit or HDC-9 headset.
2 This is shown only if the phone
is connected to the CARK-91
car kit.

3 This setting is available only
when the phone is used with a
special vibrating battery.

5 Call divert

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Phone Book (Menu 1)
You can store phone numbers and their related
names in the memory of your SIM card by using the Phone Book
menu function.
The phone supports SIM cards which can store up to 250 phone
numbers (of up to 30 digits) and names (of up to 16 characters). The
length and also the amount of phone numbers and names which
can be stored in the SIM card may vary depending on the SIM card.

Recalling a Name and Phone Number
from Phone Book
Use the menu function Search (menu 1-1) to see if the desired
name and phone number are stored in the Phone Book.
See also 'Making a Call Using the Memory' in section '3. Basic Functions'.

Service Numbers
This menu function allows you to easily call the service numbers of
your service provider. This menu is shown only if there are service
numbers stored on your SIM card.
Select Service nos (menu 1-2), scroll to the desired service
number and press
(Call) to call the number.

Storing a Name and Phone Number in
Phone Book
See the section 'Storing a Name and Phone Number in Phone Book'
in section '3. Basic Functions'.

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Using the Menu

Erasing a Name and Phone Number from
Phone Book
In this menu (menu 1-4) you can erase phone numbers and names
from the Phone Book either One by One, or by selecting Erase
all when all the names and numbers will be erased from the Phone
Book at once.

Editing a Name and Phone Number in
Phone Book
In this menu (menu 1-5) you can edit the names and phone numbers
stored in Phone Book.

Sending a Name and Phone Number from
Phone Book ('Business card')
This menu function Send entry (menu 1-6) allows you to send a
person's contact information, name and phone number ('business
card'), from Phone Book to another phone.

To send the contact information
Select Send entry, scroll to the name & number you want to send
and press
(Send). Enter the recipient's phone number or
search it from Phone Book. Press
(OK) to send the information.

To receive the contact information
When the phone receives contact information, the text Business
card received will be displayed. Press
(Options) to
show, save or discard the information and press
(OK).

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Phone Book Options
Setting the type of view for stored names and phone
numbers
The phone can show the stored phone numbers and names in three
different ways, types of view, (menu 1-7-1). You can select Name
list (shows three names at a time), Name, number (shows one
name and phone number together) or Large font (shows one
name at a time).

Checking the Amount of Free Space in Phone Book
You can check how many names and phone numbers still can be
stored and are currently stored in Phone Book (menu 1-7-2).

Assigning a Phone Number as a Speed
Dial Number
You can assign nine phone numbers stored in Phone Book as speed
dial numbers which can be dialled via the number keys
.
Select the menu function Speed Dials (menu 1-8). If no phone
number is assigned to a key, press
(Assign).
Note: Assign is also shown when the phone has automat-

ically assigned a phone number from the Phone Book to a
speed dialling key.
Search for the desired name and/or phone number from Phone
Book, and press
(OK) to select it.
If a phone number is assigned to a key, you can view the number,
change it or erase it by first pressing
(Options).

To use the speed dial key
Press the desired speed dial key (
(Call) to make the call.

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Using the Menu

Messages (menu 2)
Read Messages
When you have received an SMS message, the text ...Messagindicator is on. Press
es(s) Received is displayed and the
(Read) to view the message(s). To view the message later, enter the menu function Inbox (menu 2-1).
The messages in the Inbox are listed, the latest message is on the
top of the list. Use
or
to reach the desired message and press
(Read).
While reading a message, press
(Options) for available options, and press
(OK) to select the desired option: Erase, Reply, Edit, Use Number (lists the phone numbers found in the
message) and Forward (to send the message further). In the Details option, use
or
to see details of the message, sender's
name and phone number, message centre used for sending, reception date and time.

Writing, Sending and Saving a Message
Within the Write messages menu (menu 2-3) you can write and
edit text messages of up to 160 characters.
When you have finished writing, press
(Options) for one of
the options: Send, Send by set (sends the message by using a
selected set), Save (stores the message in the Outbox folder (menu
2-2) for sending the message later) or Clear screen (removes
all the characters in the message).

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Message Settings
Set 1 (menu 2-4-1)1
A setting group or "set" is a collection of settings needed for sending
text messages.
You can, for example, send a text message as a fax, if supported by
your service provider, by simply selecting the set in which you have
predefined the proper settings for fax transmissions.
Each set has its own submenu:
o Message centre number

Stores the phone number of the message centre needed for sending
text messages. You obtain this number from your service provider.
Key in the phone number of the Message Centre or edit the existing
one and press
(OK).
o Message sent as

You can request the network to convert your Text messages into
E-mail, Fax or Paging format (network service).
In order to receive a converted message, the recipient must have an
appropriate terminal device available.
o Message validity

This network service allows you to set the length of time that your
text messages are stored at the message centre while attempts are
made to deliver them.

Common (menu 2-4- )2
o Delivery reports

You can request the network to send delivery reports on your text
messages (network service).
o Reply via same centre
1 The total number of sets depends on how many sets your SIM card
offers.
2 The shortcut number of this menu depends on the number of sets
available.

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Using the Menu

You can request the network to route the reply to your text message
via your own message centre (network service).

Info Service
This network service (menu 2-5) allows you to receive messages on
various topics (such as weather or traffic conditions) from your
service provider. For available topics and relevant topic numbers,
contact your service provider.
By selecting On, you will receive messages on the active topics. You
can edit the topic list, and mark the topics active or inactive.
Topic Index retrieves a list of available topics from the network.
By selecting Topics, you can Add topic in the topics list. Key in
the topic number and name. You can also Edit or Erase the topic
list.

Select Language to set the language for the messages. Only messages in the selected language are shown.

Voice Mailbox Number
Within the menu Voice Mailbox Number (menu 2-6) you can
store the number of your voice mailbox. Key in the number and press
(OK). The number will remain unchanged until replaced. You
will obtain the number from your service provider.

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Call Register (menu 3)
The phone registers missed and received calls only
if the network supports the Calling Line Identification function, the
phone is switched on and is within the network's service area.

Missed Calls
The last five phone numbers from which somebody has tried to call
you are stored in the phone's memory in the Missed Calls list (menu
3-1).
In the options of the Missed Calls menu you can view the phone
number, call the number, view the time of the missed call if the
clock is set to the right time, and erase the phone number or save it
in the Phone Book.
Tip: When a notice about missed calls appears on the display, press
(List) to view the list of missed calls
phone numbers.

Received Calls
The last five phone numbers from which you have received a call are
stored in the phone's memory in the Received Calls list (menu 3-2).
In the options of the Received Calls menu you can view the phone
number, call the number, view the time of the received call if the
clock is set to the right time, and erase the phone number or save it
in the Phone Book.

Dialled Numbers
The phone stores the last eight phone numbers that you called or
attempted to call.
In the options of the Dialled Calls menu (menu 3-3) you can view
the phone number, call the number, view the time of the call if the
clock is set to the right time, and erase the phone number or save it
in the Phone Book.

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Using the Menu

Erasing Recent Call Lists
This menu function (menu 3-4) allows you to erase all the phone
numbers and names in the Missed Calls, Received Calls and Dialled
Calls lists.
Note: If a new SIM card, which is not recognised as an own-

er card, is inserted into the phone, the contents of the
Missed Calls, Dialled Calls and Received Calls lists will be
erased.

Show Call Duration
You can use Show Call Duration menu (menu 3-5) to view the approximate duration of your outgoing and incoming calls in hours,
minutes and seconds and to reset the call timers to zero.
Inserting a new SIM card does not clear the call timers.
Note: The actual time invoiced for calls by your service pro-

vider may vary, depending upon network features, rounding-off for billing, and so forth.

Show Call Costs
This network service allows you to check the approximate cost of
your last call or all calls if the call cost service is supported by the
network (menu 3-6). The costs are shown in terms of charging units.
Call costs are shown separately for each SIM card.
Note: The actual invoice for calls and services from your

service provider may vary, depending upon network features, rounding-off for billing, taxes and so forth.

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Call Cost Settings
Call Costs' Limit
This network function allows you to set a cost limit for the calls with
your SIM card (menu 3-7-1). You can make and receive charged
calls as long as the set call cost limit is not exceeded. The limit can
be set in a specified number of charging units or units of the currency set within the Show Costs In menu.
Depending on the SIM card you may need the PIN2 code to set a call
cost limit.

Show Costs In
This network function allows you to select whether the call costs are
displayed in terms of charging units or the desired currency (menu
3-7-2). Contact your service provider for charging unit prices.
Depending on the SIM card you may need the PIN2 code to select
the currency or unit in Show Costs' In.

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Using the Menu

Settings (menu 4)
Call Settings
Automatic Redial
When the Automatic Redial function (menu 4-1-1) is set on, your
phone will make up to ten attempts to connect the call after an unsuccessful call attempt.

Speed Dialling
When the Speed Dialling function (menu 4-1-2) is set on, the names
and phone numbers assigned to the speed dial keys
to
can be dialled by pressing and holding the corresponding number
key.
Note: Pressing and holding

dials your voice mailbox
number, not the speed dial number assigned to the key.

Call Waiting Options
When this network service is activated (menu 4-1-3), the network
will notify you of a new incoming call while you have a call in
progress.

Own Number Sending
This network service allows you to set whether your phone number
is hidden or displayed to the person you are calling (menu 4-1-4).
Preset resets the phone to the default setting, On or Off, that
you have agreed upon with your service provider.

Automatic Answer
This setting is available only when the phone is connected to the
CARK-91 car kit or HDC-9 headset.
When this setting is On, your phone is set to automatically answer
an incoming call after one ring. This function can be used when the
car kit is equipped with ignition sense and the ignition is switched
on.

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Phone Settings
Language
You can select which language your phone will use for all its display
texts (menu 4-2-1). If the setting Automatic is selected, the
phone will set the language according to the information in the SIM
card used in the phone. English is used if the language on the SIM
card is not found in the phone.

Cell Info Display
Within this menu (menu 4-2-2) you can set the phone to indicate
when it is used in a cellular network based on Micro Cellular Network (MCN) technology (network service).

Welcome Note
This menu (menu 4-2-3) allows you to set the message which is
shown when the phone is switched on.

Network Selection
The network can be selected automatically or manually (menu 4-24).
In automatic mode the phone automatically selects one of the cellular networks available in your area.
In manual mode the phone will show a list of available networks and
you can select the desired network if this network has a roaming
agreement with your home network operator. Otherwise the text No
Access is displayed and another network must be selected. The
phone will stay in manual mode until the automatic mode is selected or another SIM card is inserted in the phone.

Lights
This setting is available only when the phone is connected to the
CARK-91 car kit. It allows you to set the display and keypad lights.

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Using the Menu

Security Settings
Your phone is equipped with a versatile security system to prevent
unauthorised use of the phone or the SIM card.

PIN-Code Request
Within this menu (menu 4-3-1) you can set the phone to ask for the
PIN code of your SIM card when the phone is switched on. You need
the PIN code to set the request on.
Note that some SIM cards do not allow the PIN code request to be
turned off.

Fixed Dialling
You can restrict your outgoing calls to selected phone numbers, if
this function is supported by your SIM card (menu 4-3-2). The PIN2
code is needed for this function.
Note: When fixed dialling is set on, calls may be possible to

certain emergency numbers in some networks (e.g. 112 or
other official emergency number).

Closed User Group
This network service (menu 4-3-3) specifies the group of people
whom you can call and who can call you. Preset resets the phone
to use a user group the SIM card owner has agreed upon with the
service provider.
Note: When calls are limited to Closed User Groups, calls

may be possible to certain emergency numbers in some networks (e.g. 112 or other official emergency number).

Phone Security
This menu (menu 4-3-4) allows you to set the phone security On to
avoid unauthorised use of the phone. You need the security code to
set the phone security.
When On is selected, the phone will ask for the security code whenever a new SIM card is inserted.

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Note: When you change the phone security, all the recent

calls lists are cleared.

Change Access Codes
With this menu (menu 4-3-5) you can change the access codes; security code, PIN code and PIN2 code. These codes may only include
the characters 0 to 9. The phone prompts you to enter the current
code and the new code. It also prompts you to verify the new code.
Note: Avoid using access codes similar to the emergency

numbers, such as 112, to prevent accidental dialling of the
emergency number.

Restore Factory Settings
You can reset some of the menu settings to their original values
(menu 4-4). The security code is needed for this function.

Call Divert (menu 5)
The Call Divert network service allows you to divert
the incoming calls to your voice mail (only voice calls) or to another
phone number. The call divert modes available are
o Divert all voice calls without ringing,
o Divert when busy,
o Divert when not answered,
o Divert when the phone is off or no coverage.
Then you can Activate, Cancel or check Status of the selected mode. For some divert modes also Set delay is available.
o With Cancel all diverts you can set all diverts off.
Tip! If Divert when busy is activated, rejecting an incoming call will also divert the call.

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Using the Menu

Games (menu 6)
In this menu you have three games, Memory, Snake
and Logic. Select the desired game and then select Instructions to see how to play the game.
REMEMBER! Your phone must be switched on to use this function.

Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited
or when it may cause interference or danger.

Calculator (menu 7)
The phone is provided with a basic four function calculator which can also be used for rough currency conversions.

Using the calculator
Enter the first numbers in the calculation using the
keys. Press
for a period(.).

-

Press
once (+) to add, twice ( - ) to subtract, three times ( * )
to multiply and four times ( / ) to divide, or press (Options) to
reach the desired function.
For a total, press
(Options) and select Equal with
to clear the display.
(OK). Press
Note: This calculator has a limited accuracy and rounding

errors may occur, especially in long divisions.

Making a currency conversion
Press
(Options) and select Exchange rate. Choose either
of the displayed options, Foreign unit expressed as domestic units or Domestic unit expressed as foreign
for a period) and
units. Next, key in the exchange rate (press
press
(OK).
Make the conversion: Key in the amount to be converted, press
(Options), and select To domestic or To foreign.
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REMEMBER! Your phone must be switched on to use this function.

Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited
or when it may cause interference or danger.

Clock (menu 8)
Alarm Clock
The phone can be set to alarm at a specified time (menu 8-1). The
alarm clock uses the time format set for the clock, 12-hours or 24hours.
You can switch the phone off and the alarm clock will still work.
In this menu you can set the alarm time or select On to change the
alarm time or Off to turn off the alarm clock.
When the alarm time expires

The timer alert tone corresponds to the ringing volume setting.
When the timer expires only a beep is heard
o if you have selected Off or Beep once in the Tones menu, or
o if you have selected the quick alert settings Discreet or Silent; see 'Settings for Desired Usage Situations'.
When alerting, also ALARM! is shown and the lights are flashing.
If you let the phone alarm for a minute or if you press
(Snooze) the alarm stops for a few minutes and resumes thereafter.
Press any other key to stop the alert. If the phone is off, it will ask
for network registration. Press
(Yes) to register or to switch
off the phone.
REMEMBER! Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use

is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.

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Using the Menu

Clock settings
The phone is provided with a real-time clock (menu 8-2). Although
the phone has a power backup, you may need to set the time again
when the phone's battery is flat or has been removed.
In this menu you can set the time display on or off, set the time or
select the 12-hour or 24-hour time format.

Tones (menu 9)
Incoming Call Alert
This menu function (menu 9-1) allows you to select how the phone
notifies you of an incoming call. Available options are Ringing,
Ascending, Ring once, Beep once, or Off when no ringing
tone will be heard.
Note: If the phone is set to Off, no ringing tone, message
alert tone, keypad tone or warning tone will be heard.

Ringing Tone
You can select any of the ringing tone types available in menu 9-2.

Ringing Volume
A ringing tone is heard when there is an incoming call. This menu
function (menu 9-3) allows you to select any of the ringing volume
levels available. The ringing tone level also affects the level of message alert tone.

Message Alert Tone
You can also select an alert tone to indicate an incoming SMS message (menu 9-4).

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Keypad Tones
A tone is heard each time a key is pressed. You can set the keypad
tone to Off or select any of the three keypad tone levels available
(menu 9-5).

Warning and Game Tones
When this function is set to On (menu 9-6), the notification tones
(e.g. the battery low tone) of the phone will be sounded.

Vibrating Alert
In this menu (menu 9-7) when the phone is provided with a special
battery, you can set the phone to vibrate when a call comes in.

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6. Reference Information
In-Call Options
Your phone provides a number of control functions that you can use
during a call. You cannot utilise each of these functions at all times.
Only those functions which are available and allowed will be shown
in the In-Call menu. Many of the In-Call options are network services.
While you have a call in progress, press
(Options) to enter
the In-Call menu. If the Navi key text is End, press
to activate
the text Options.

The following In-Call options may be available:
Hold or Unhold

to hold or release a call

New Call

to make a call when you have a call in progress

Answer

to answer the incoming call

Reject

to reject the incoming call

Swap

to switch between the two calls

End this call to end the active call
Send DTMF

to send DTMF tones

Send

to send the character string on the display to
the network

End all calls to end both calls
Phone book

to enter the Phone Book

To exit the In-Call menu, press

.

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Access Codes
You can use the access codes described in this section to avoid unauthorised use of your phone and SIM card.
The access codes (except PUK and PUK2 codes) can be changed by
using the menu 4-3-5. See the next section.

Security Code (5 digits)
The security code can be used to avoid unauthorised use of your
phone, see 'Phone Security' (menu 4-3-4). The factory setting for
the security code is 12345. Change the code, see 'Security settings
- Change Access Codes'. Keep the new code secret and in a safe
place, separate from the phone.

PIN Code (4 to 8 digits)
The PIN (Personal Identification Number) code protects your SIM
card against unauthorised use. The PIN code is usually supplied with
the SIM card.

PIN2 Code (4 to 8 digits)
The PIN2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is required to access
some functions, such as charging unit counters. These functions are
only available if supported by your SIM card.

PUK Code (8 digits)
The PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code is required to change a
blocked PIN code. The PUK code may be supplied with the SIM card.
If not, contact your local service provider for the code. If you lose
the code, contact your service provider.

PUK2 Code (8 digit)
The PUK2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is required to change
a blocked PIN2 code. If you lose the code, contact your service provider.

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Protection Cap of the Antenna
Connector
At the back of the phone below the antenna there is a connector for
an external antenna. The connector may be protected by a rubber
cap. If it is, first remove the cap when connecting the external antenna. After removing the antenna, replace the cap.
Note: Keep the cap out of the reach of small children.

Battery Information
The following manufacturer-approved rechargeable batteries are
available for your phone: NiMH batteries BMS-2V, BMS-2S and
BMS-2, and Li-Ion batteries BLS-2 and BLS-4.

Charging and Discharging the Battery
o Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery.
o Note that a new battery's full performance is achieved only after
two or three complete charge and discharge cycles!
o The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times
but it will eventually wear out. When the operating time (talktime and stand-by time) is noticeably shorter than normal, it is
time to buy a new battery.
o Use only batteries approved by the phone manufacturer and recharge your battery only with the chargers approved by the
manufacturer.
o When a charger is not in use, disconnect it from the power
source. Do not leave the battery connected to a charger for longer than a week, since overcharging may shorten its life. If left unused a fully charged battery will discharge itself over time.
o For good operation times, discharge the NiMH battery from time
to time by leaving your phone switched on until it turns itself off
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(or by using the battery discharge facility of any approved accessory available for your phone). Do not attempt to discharge the
battery by any other means.
o Temperature extremes will affect the ability of your battery to
charge: allow it to cool down or warm up first.
o When the battery is running out of power and only few minutes
of talk time remain, a warning tone is heard and Battery low
is briefly displayed. When no more talk time is left, Battery
empty is displayed and a warning tone is sounded and the
phone switches itself off.
Using the Batteries

o Use the battery only for its intended purpose.
o Never use any charger or battery which is damaged or worn out.
o Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuiting can
occur when a metallic object (coin, clip or pen) causes direct
connection of the + and - terminals of the battery (metal strips
on the back of the battery) for example when you carry a spare
battery in your pocket or purse. Short-circuiting the terminals
may damage the battery or the connecting object.
o Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a closed car
in summer or winter conditions, will reduce the capacity and
lifetime of the battery. Always try to keep the battery between
15 C and 25 C (59 F and 77 F). A phone with a hot or cold battery
may temporarily not work, even when the battery is fully
charged. NiMH batteries performance is particularly limited in
temperatures below -10░C (14 F). Li-Ion batteries performance
is particularly limited in temperatures below -0 C (32 F).
o Do not dispose of batteries in a fire!
Batteries must be recycled or disposed of properly.
Must not be disposed of in municipal waste!

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Accessories and Batteries
This apparatus is intended for use when supplied with power from
ACP-7, ACP-9, LCH-9 and DCH-9. Other usage will invalidate any
approval given to this apparatus and may be dangerous.
Warning! Use only batteries, chargers and accessories approved by the phone manufacturer for use with this particular phone model. The use of any other types will invalidate
any approval or warranty applying to the phone, and may
be dangerous.

For availability of approved accessories, please check with
your dealer.
When you disconnect the power cord of any accessory,
grasp and pull the plug, not the cord.

Instructions for changing the
Nokia Xpress-on(TM) colour cover
o Before changing the cover, always switch off the power and disconnect the phone from the charger or any other device.
o Always store the phone with cover attached.
o Read carefully the instructions in 'Care and Maintenance'.

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o To remove the cover, press the locking catch of the cover for example with a coin.

o To replace the cover, first place and close the catches in the lower part of the cover into the corresponding holes in the phone
and then gently close the whole cover.

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Care and Maintenance
Your phone is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be
treated with care. The suggestions below will help you to fulfill any warranty
obligations and to enjoy this product for many years. When using your
phone, battery, charger OR any accessory:
o Keep it and all its parts and accessories out of small children's reach.
o Keep it dry. Precipitation, humidity and liquids contain minerals that will
corrode electronic circuits.
o Do not use or store it in dusty, dirty areas. Its moving parts can be damaged.
o Do not store it in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten the life of
electronic devices, damage batteries, and warp or melt certain plastics.
o Do not store it in cold areas. When the phone warms up (to its normal
temperature), moisture can form inside the phone, which may damage
electronic circuit boards.
o Do not attempt to open it. Non-expert handling of the device may damage it.
o Do not drop, knock or shake it. Rough handling can break internal circuit
boards.
o Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents to
clean it. Wipe it with a soft cloth slightly dampened in a mild soap-andwater solution.
o Do not paint it. Paint can clog the device's moving parts and prevent
proper operation.
o Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorised antennas, modifications or attachments could damage the phone
and may violate regulations governing radio devices.
o If the phone, battery, charger or any accessory are not working properly,
take them to your nearest qualified service facility. The personnel there
will assist you, and if necessary, arrange for service.

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Important Safety
Information
Traffic Safety
Do not use a hand-held telephone while driving a vehicle. If using a handheld phone park the vehicle before conversing. Always secure the phone in
its holder; do not place the phone on the passenger seat or where it can
break loose in a collision or sudden stop.
The use of an alert device to operate a vehicle's lights or horn on public roads
is not permitted.
Remember road safety always comes first!

Operating Environment
Remember to follow any special regulations in force in any area and always
switch off your phone whenever it is forbidden to use it, or when it may
cause interference or danger.
When connecting the phone or any accessory to another device, read its user's guide for detailed safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible
products.
As with other mobile radio transmitting equipment, users are advised that
for the satisfactory operation of the equipment and for the safety of personnel, it is recommended that the equipment should only be used in the normal
operating position (Held to your ear with the antenna pointing over your
shoulder.).

Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio frequency (RF) signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the
RF signals from your wireless phone.

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Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation of 20 cm
(6 inches) be maintained between a hand-held wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
Persons with pacemaker:
o Should always keep the phone more than 20 cm (6 inches) from their
pacemaker when the phone is switched on;
o Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket;
o Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for
interference.
o If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place,
switch off your phone immediately.

Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the
event of such interference, you may want to consult your service provider.

Other Medical Devices
Operation of any radio transmitting equipment, including cellular phones,
may interfere with the functionality of inadequately protected medical devices. Consult a physician or the manufacturer of the medical device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy or if you
have any questions.
Switch off your phone in health care facilities when any regulations posted
in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may
be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.

Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles (e.g. electronic fuel injection systems, electronic
anti-skid (anti-lock) braking systems, electronic speed control systems, air
bag systems).
Check with the manufacturer or its representative regarding your vehicle.
You should also consult the manufacturer of any equipment that has been
added to your vehicle.
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Posted Facilities
Switch your phone off in any facility where posted notices so require.

Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Switch off your phone when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause
an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.
Users are advised to switch off the phone when at a refuelling point (service
station). Users are reminded of the need to observe restrictions on the use
of radio equipment in fuel depots (fuel storage and distribution areas),
chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not always
clearly marked. They include below deck on boats; chemical transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using liquified petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust
or metal powders; and any other area where you would normally be advised
to turn off your vehicle engine.

Vehicles
Only qualified personnel should service the phone, or install the phone in a
vehicle. Faulty installation or service may be dangerous and may invalidate
any warranty which may apply to the unit.
Check regularly that all wireless phone equipment in your vehicle is mounted and operating properly.
Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or explosive materials in the
same compartment as the phone, its parts or accessories.
For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember that an air bag inflates with
great force. Do not place objects, including both installed or portable wireless equipment in the area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment area.
If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.
Switch off your phone before boarding an aircraft. The use of wireless telephones in an aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the wireless telephone network and may be illegal.
Failure to observe these instructions may lead to suspension or denial of telephone services to the offender, or legal action or both.

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Emergency Calls
Important! This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio signals, wireless and landline networks as well as user-programmed functions which cannot guarantee connection in all
conditions. Therefore, you should never rely solely upon any wireless phone for essential communications (e.g. medical emergencies).
Remember, to make or receive any calls the phone must be switched on and
in a service area with adequate cellular signal strength. Emergency calls may
not be possible on all wireless phone networks or when certain network
services and/or phone features are in use. Check with local cellular service
providers.

To make an emergency call:
1 If the phone is not on, switch it on.
Some networks may require that a valid SIM card is properly inserted in
the phone.
2 Press and hold the
phone for calls.

key two times for several seconds to ready the

3 Key in the emergency number for your present location (e.g. 112 or other
official emergency number). Emergency numbers vary by location.
4 Press the

key (Call)

If certain features are in use (Keypad lock, Fixed Dialling, etc.), you may first
need to turn those features off before you can make an emergency call. Consult this document and your local cellular service provider.
When making an emergency call, remember to give all the necessary information as accurately as possible. Remember that your wireless phone may
be the only means of communication at the scene of an accident - do not
cut off the call until given permission to do so.

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