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Discuss configure voicemail at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by mjaste The command is AT+CSVM=1,"+6421700700" where +6421700700 is your VM access number. ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjaste View Post
    The command is AT+CSVM=1,"+6421700700" where +6421700700 is your VM access number. Short numbers (local) also work, so 707 for Voda NZ.
    How do I input the command into my iphone?


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    I get the following:

    Welcome to minicom 2.2

    OPTIONS:
    Compiled on Jul 21 2007, 05:09:51.
    Port /dev/tty.baseband

    Press CTRL-A Z for help on special keys

    AT S7=45 S0=0 L1 V1 X4 &c1 E1 Q0
    OK
    AT+CSVM=1,"138"
    ERROR

    Can anyone help, please?

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    It might be easier to discuss this stuff in IRC, I've created a channel called #iphone-config on irc.osx86.hu

    I think we are close guy's, this has been bugging me for ages :-)

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    Interesting, I have done the criminal thing of changing a few settings, rather than 1 at a time.

    I am now getting notifications when a VM is received, but the notification I am getting is my credit balance instead of a VM alert :-)

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    Xian figured out the error problem issuing commands in the baseband

    Its having a pin set on the phone, remove your pin and the baseband should accept the command.


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    Quote Originally Posted by healeydave View Post
    Xian figured out the error problem issuing commands in the baseband

    Its having a pin set on the phone, remove your pin and the baseband should accept the command.
    I have disabled Phone PIN and SIM PIN, rebooted, and still have the ERROR...

    Please help!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spook75 View Post
    I have disabled Phone PIN and SIM PIN, rebooted, and still have the ERROR...

    Please help!!!!
    Nevermind...i stopped cutting and pasting and actuall yped in the AT commands.

    Works like a charm now! thanks to all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjaste View Post
    +CSCS, no.. but I was thinking CIND, the iphone doesn't mention voicemail on a AT+CIND=? though.

    AT+CIND=?
    +CIND: ("battchg",(0-5)),("signal",(0-5)),("service",(0,1)),("sounder",(0,1)),()

    It would really help to study a phone/sim with a working vm notification.
    I've not had much luck changing anything else.
    I have tried a few commands but I have noticed that most of them revert back to their default when you go back in and query them :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjaste View Post
    My TMobile VM worked fine too, apart from the fact there is no coverage, their number is set on the SIM..

    Try: AT+CSCA="+12063130004"

    Where +12063130004 is the T-Mobile SMSC, I think it is.. Not sure.

    I accidentally ran this command on a mate's iPhone instead of the voicemail command. So now his SMS service center is set to 101, and he can't send SMS.

    Is there a way to change this back to the default setting? It worked fine before.

    I could set it to the number of his provider's service center, but if he tries using another provider, it won't work, so I'd rather put it back the way it was.

    Thanks in advance for the help!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spook75 View Post
    Nevermind...i stopped cutting and pasting and actually typed in the AT commands.

    Works like a charm now! thanks to all!
    Ok, I now have the definitive answer to cover PIN eventualities !!

    If you do find yourself in the middle of a modification in minicom and the AT command set is giving you an error after you have entered a known good command, all you need to do is enter:

    AT+CPIN="xxxx"

    Where xxxx is your SIM's PIN number.

    This will tell the baseband that you are authorised to make changes.

    Voila, you should now be able to submit the AT commands without an error being returned :-)

    enjoy!
    Last edited by healeydave; 09-14-2007 at 03:27 PM.


 

 

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