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  1. #1
    Paul H
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    Can someone tell us what commands to use to get last numbers called, last
    calls received, etc. from Motorola or Nokia cell phones, via the data port
    at the bottom of the phone, using AT commands? We are reading and writing
    names and numbers with our program (VB and C#), and getting other info about
    the cell phone(s), but cannot get the commands in the GSM specs to work for
    these other data fields. TIA, Paul





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  2. #2
    John Henderson
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    Re: Cell phone data ?

    "Paul H" wrote:

    > Can someone tell us what commands to use to get last numbers
    > called, last calls received, etc. from Motorola or Nokia cell
    > phones, via the data port at the bottom of the phone, using AT
    > commands? We are reading and writing names and numbers with
    > our program (VB and C#), and getting other info about the cell
    > phone(s), but cannot get the commands in the GSM specs to work
    > for these other data fields. TIA, Paul


    Does the "Select phonebook memory storage" command, "AT+CPBS",
    give you this functionality on these phones? If it does, that's
    the simplest way.

    To check, use the "query supported values" syntax of the command:

    AT+CPBS=?

    The appearance of values like "MC", "RC", "DC" or "LD" means
    you're on the right track.

    John





  3. #3
    Paul H
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    Re: Cell phone data ?


    "John Henderson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    "Paul H" wrote:

    > Can someone tell us what commands to use to get last numbers
    > called, last calls received, etc. from Motorola or Nokia cell
    > phones, via the data port at the bottom of the phone, using AT
    > commands? We are reading and writing names and numbers with
    > our program (VB and C#), and getting other info about the cell
    > phone(s), but cannot get the commands in the GSM specs to work
    > for these other data fields. TIA, Paul

    ==================================
    Does the "Select phonebook memory storage" command, "AT+CPBS",
    give you this functionality on these phones? If it does, that's
    the simplest way.

    To check, use the "query supported values" syntax of the command:

    AT+CPBS=?

    The appearance of values like "MC", "RC", "DC" or "LD" means
    you're on the right track.

    John
    ==================================
    John,

    if at+cpbs=? returns a "MC" how do you then list the missed calls?

    at+cpbs="MC" ?

    or what? We cannot get it to work.

    Paul





  4. #4
    John Henderson
    Guest

    Re: Cell phone data ?

    "Paul H" wrote:

    > if at+cpbs=? returns a "MC" how do you then list the missed
    > calls?


    Have a look at an Nokia "AT Command Set" manual. I found one
    on-line at http://gsm.net.ua/ATNOKIA.pdf.

    Use

    AT+CPBS="MC"

    to select the "missed calls" phonebook. Then you can use

    AT+CPBS?

    (note the absence of the "=" before the "?" in this form of the
    command) to see if there are any entries in it. It might return

    +CPBS: "MC",1,10

    for instance. This indicates that the selected phonebook is
    "MC', and that the book contains 1 entry of a possible 10.

    Then use

    AT+CPBR=1

    to read off that entry (entry number 1).

    GSM standard 07.07 is a very good source of these commands. You
    can download a free copy after registering at
    http://www.etsi.org/services_product...dard/home.htm.
    Search for "07.07" and pick a recent version from the list.

    John





  5. #5
    Paul H
    Guest

    Re: Cell phone data ?

    Thank you, John. That got us past that problem. And a better GSM reference
    than we had been using.
    Paul

    "John Henderson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    "Paul H" wrote:

    > if at+cpbs=? returns a "MC" how do you then list the missed
    > calls?


    Have a look at an Nokia "AT Command Set" manual. I found one
    on-line at http://gsm.net.ua/ATNOKIA.pdf.

    Use

    AT+CPBS="MC"

    to select the "missed calls" phonebook. Then you can use

    AT+CPBS?

    (note the absence of the "=" before the "?" in this form of the
    command) to see if there are any entries in it. It might return

    +CPBS: "MC",1,10

    for instance. This indicates that the selected phonebook is
    "MC', and that the book contains 1 entry of a possible 10.

    Then use

    AT+CPBR=1

    to read off that entry (entry number 1).

    GSM standard 07.07 is a very good source of these commands. You
    can download a free copy after registering at
    http://www.etsi.org/services_product...dard/home.htm.
    Search for "07.07" and pick a recent version from the list.

    John






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