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    Default The Official word on what changes the Baseband saves and what it discard

    I'm confused. I've found a way to automatically activate SMS acknowledgments (amongst other things that you're all going to like), however when I save the changes and exit the BB and restart the commcenter, the phone forgets about these changes. But why? My reprogramming of my VoiceMail button remains more of less "permanent," so why do SMS config changes get reset?

    AT Command that controls SMS message life span and acknowledge. This is the default.

    AT+CSMP?
    +CSMP: 17,167,0,0

    Hereafter the AT Command to increases the live span of an SMS to 24 hours and asks for an acknowledgment

    AT+CSMP=33,169,0,0
    OK

    AT+CSMP? ---> my changes were accepted
    +CSMP: 33,169,0,0

    Here is the Save Settings command

    AT+CSAS
    OK

    Once again, if you exit minicom and restart the CommCenter, these changes are lost. Is it because once the CommCenter restarts, it sends a series of AT commands that reset SMS and other parameters to predefined settings that are defined somewhere that we can change? Any thoughts?
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    Excellent work Snowbird. Perhaps you should change the title of the thread to more accurately reflect that it deals with SMS sending and Delivery Receipts - that way more people will go through it ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowbird View Post
    (amongst other things that you're all going to like)
    Suspense is killing me.

    Possible ability to:

    - delete single SMS rather than whole thread?
    - start a new thread with a person rather than continuing?

    Snowbird, more info please!

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    Maybe this could be sim dependent. The commands you issue will go to the sim, not the baseband. Have you tried using a later generation of sim card? Or another provider?

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    Quote Originally Posted by schalkse View Post
    Maybe this could be sim dependent. The commands you issue will go to the sim, not the baseband. Have you tried using a later generation of sim card? Or another provider?
    Not quite sure that I follow, however I think I understand what you're saying and this could be a key to coming up with the definitive solution which I'm sure that my friend iunknown can help with (aSMS)?

    When you state that the AT commands I type will go to the SIM, but not the baseband, can you please clarify what you're saying?

    As an aside, ACK SMS messages are nice, but not the real reason that I'm doing this. My primary objective is to resolve the flash SMS message for vmail notification, which, to my thinking is the more important issue to resolve.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rjshearman View Post
    Suspense is killing me.

    Possible ability to:

    - delete single SMS rather than whole thread?
    - start a new thread with a person rather than continuing?

    Snowbird, more info please!
    re: deleting single SMS. Find yourself a copy of sqlite or equiv and just modify the SMS.db. Should take you less than a minute to do once you get the hang of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowbird View Post
    Not quite sure that I follow, however I think I understand what you're saying and this could be a key to coming up with the definitive solution which I'm sure that my friend iunknown can help with (aSMS)?

    When you state that the AT commands I type will go to the SIM, but not the baseband, can you please clarify what you're saying?

    As an aside, ACK SMS messages are nice, but not the real reason that I'm doing this. My primary objective is to resolve the flash SMS message for vmail notification, which, to my thinking is the more important issue to resolve.
    Maybe, this will help you
    Very good guide. What i am saying is that when you change the sms details, like let's say the sms central number. This is stored on the sim usualy. Sift throught this guide/site. Am sure you will find your answer. There are some commands you can enter to choose between storing on sim or on phone memory.
    http://www.smssolutions.net/tutorials/gsm/sendsmsat/
    Last edited by schalkse; 10-06-2007 at 03:18 PM. Reason: added link
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowbird View Post
    re: deleting single SMS. Find yourself a copy of sqlite or equiv and just modify the SMS.db. Should take you less than a minute to do once you get the hang of it.
    Excellent, i'll give it a try later. Out of interest did you download the SMS.db file locally, modify it, delete off iPhone and then re-upload the modified version? Or did you access the SMS.db file via SSH straight onto the phone? Will both ways work? I guess the first is safer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjshearman View Post
    Excellent, i'll give it a try later. Out of interest did you download the SMS.db file locally, modify it, delete off iPhone and then re-upload the modified version? Or did you access the SMS.db file via SSH straight onto the phone? Will both ways work? I guess the first is safer.
    First approach is easier. The second approach is possible, however requires additional software to achieve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schalkse View Post
    Maybe, this will help you
    Very good guide. What i am saying is that when you change the sms details, like let's say the sms central number. This is stored on the sim usualy. Sift throught this guide/site. Am sure you will find your answer. There are some commands you can enter to choose between storing on sim or on phone memory.
    http://www.smssolutions.net/tutorials/gsm/sendsmsat/
    That's what I thought, thus my comments regarding aSMS. Will investigate and see what I can come up with. Re: the SMS Solutions guide, I'm familiar with this one however it's far from complete. There are others out there that are a little better. The best of all would be the S-Gold2 technical manual, but it doesn't look like we'll be getting our hands on this one anytime soon. Actually, I doubt we ever will.


 

 
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