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    DCS use in smart messages

    When Sending text or UCS2 messages using CIMD2 we use a DCS value of 0 (0x00) or 8 (0x08).

    In smart messaging a DCS (set for 8 bit data) of 245 (0xF5) is indicated in one document and 4 (0x04) in another.

    Can anyone tell me why a DCS value of 4 (0x04) would not be OK?

    Posted by Tony Mayes, tdm@mobilesys.com
    on February 27, 2002 at 17:26

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    RE: DCS use in smart messages

    Posted by Forum Nokia Developer Support,
    on March 04, 2002 at 14:12

    I don't know. I tried just now with an operator logo, and there didn't seem to be any difference at all.

    Anyone else more familiar with 3GPP TS 23.038?

    Forum Nokia Developer Support

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    RE: DCS use in smart messages

    TP-DCS 0x04 is not okay because such a message has no class meaning. For NSM message, it's supposed to be stored into ME memory. Hence, please use DCS value as 0x15 or 0xf5.

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