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  1. #1
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    Wite 8250 phonebook by "at+cpbw"?

    When I store an entry with AT+CPBW on the phone strange characters are displayed on the phone. (I had Tried using "+CSCS Select TE character set", with the following allowed values: "GSM","PCCP437","PCDN","IRA","8859-1","HEX".)

    Anyone knows how to do that?
    Thanks in advance.
    Alex_haung

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    RE: Wite 8250 phonebook by "at+cpbw"?

    Hi!

    Can you try to send the same AT string from plain terminal window, let say using Hyperterm for example? Is the behaviour still the same?

    Teemu / Forum Nokia

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    RE: Wite 8250 phonebook by "at+cpbw"?

    Hi!

    What kind of strange characters? I tested this command by setting the CSCS ISO 8859-1 (usually default), an the I wrote some enties to SIM succesfully.

    Teemu / Forum Nokia

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    How can i do ?

    hello!
    I also tested "at+cpbw" by setting the CSCS ISO 8859-1 (usually default), an the I wrote some enties to SIM but not succesfully. ( using Hyperterm !)
    thanks !

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    AT+CSCS does not have anything to do with the way the message is stored in the phone. You have to set the correct data coding scheme value using at+csmp command in order to affect the data coding scheme of the stored messages data. AT+CSCS simply affects the presentation of characters on your terminal window.
    Usually the phone is only capable of showing correctly data which is using the 7 bit GSM default alphabet data coding scheme (GSM specification 03.38).
    BR
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    After sending at+cpbw=40,"1234",129,"NAME" via terminal windows application to a Nokia 8210 the phone is responding with ok. But after selecting this entry in the phone only rectangles are displayed where "NAME" is expected. The number "1234" of the transferred entry is displayed correct. Reading this entry with at+cpbr=40 returns "NAME" and "1234" as the number.
    ( setting the CSCS ISO 8859-1 )

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    i met the same question on my 8210

    I sent at command to my 8210 via irda.
    AT+CPBS and AT+CPBW.

    But the "text" field is not readable.

    This appears only when the text is chinese.
    when it's english ,everything is ok.

    i also used at+cpbw to write back the data got by at+cpbs.
    but it can't work either.

    my email: lihuachen@jlxt.com

    the text field's charset is not unicode .

    the first two bytes always are "0x20 0x79".
    i think this charset can't support chinese.
    But Which Charset can work.

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    use charset hex

    then you will get the hex codes.
    this codes is UNICODE.

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