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  1. If anyone has a clue about this I'd appriciate...

    If anyone has a clue about this I'd appriciate some advise. Or is there some other more appropriate forum where I should ask this? Thanks.
  2. Howto parse user input? */# - is it USSD or other command?

    Hello, I'm writing an application to control my phone.

    From my user interface, what is the way to parse and understand how user input should be treated? Is it a number to dial or is it USSD etc?
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    Here's a very simple description of how...

    Here's a very simple description of how characters are handled in SMS you send.

    You can send 160 characters in an SMS, assuming you send certain characters from this chart:...
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    Actually I have read the section "9.2.3.25...

    Actually I have read the section "9.2.3.25 TP-Reject-Duplicates (TP-RD)", but all I got from that is that 0 will allow duplicates and 1 will reject duplicates (it's a rather short section).
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    Really good answers, I appreciate your help....

    Really good answers, I appreciate your help. Thanks a lot! :)
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    Status Report handling

    Hello, I write an application to send/receive SMS and I cannot figure out how to interpret TP-ST in status reports as described in the GSM 03.40 specification?

    It seems like TP-ST set to 0, 1 or 2...
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    Sending SMS - "Reject Duplicates"

    Hello,

    As I understand the flag called TP-RD enables you to avoid ending up in duplicate SM. Duplicates could happen I guess if sending an SM seem to fail (timeout for instance) but it actually...
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    The length is 0x13=19(dec) characters. The TP-DCS...

    The length is 0x13=19(dec) characters. The TP-DCS field is 0x00 which means you have 7-bit characters in your sms. Those septets are "packed" in octets as described here:...
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