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    Port for Picture Message

    Hi
    I know that
    CLI Icon Reader is listening to NBS port 5507 decimal
    Operator Logo Reader is listening to NBS port 5506 decimal

    Can you help me with infomation on Picture Message? What is the port this type of message is listening to?

    Posted by Tim Kuzmenko, tkuzmenko@cboss.ru
    on March 15, 2002 at 15:14

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    RE: Port for Picture Message

    Posted by Smori Goltrup, hkeslan@gmx.at
    on March 15, 2002 at 15:24

    Hi,
    Its port number 5514 (158A hex).
    Do you have any experience with sending operator logos?

    Bye,
    Smori

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    RE: Port for Picture Message

    Posted by Sham Jowsaki, jowsakiwap@rediffmail.com
    on March 18, 2002 at 09:33

    Operator Logo port number 5506 (1582 hex)and set the operator code (version + MCC + MNC).

    Hope it will helpful to you

    Jowsaki

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    RE: Port for Picture Message

    Hi,

    We are trying to send "picture message" as concatenated message format. But we are not successful yet. There is a sample which we tried below;

    1. part of the message
    0B0504158A00000003010301300000045465737402010000481C01666666666666666666999999999999999999800000000000000001400000006000E000024000000E900310000280000031080CF3B801800000400411044401400000FFFE2F8B12024000000000538CAA0280000000006289C4018000000000414140014000000000014280024000200000

    2. part of the message
    0B0504158A00000003010302014280028001F0000000A28001800FFE000000A500015FFFFFFFFFFEA57FFA400AAA0000005500028201500440015D08A1881024800040FF0201404100010003ABE00244000008200D55588280101440001AAAAC0180000000003555560140010000806AAAAB0240000000005555550280000000000000000199999999999999

    last part of the message
    0B0504158A000000030103039999666666666666666666

    as you see; we are using port 158A hex (5514 decimal). But it is not successful. Also, The document says that the port 5514 (158A) is reserved port!!!

    What is the problem with this sample?

    On the other hand,

    There is a successful sample about Operator Logo sending;
    have fun

    [HEX SEGMENTS]
    06 : Length of the User Data Header
    05 : IEI - Information Element Identifier
    04 : IEDL - Information Element Data Length
    1582 : Receiver Data Type/Port (1582 hex -> 5506 decimal)
    1582 : Originator Data Type/Port
    011E : Country code based on little-endian BCD ( 011E hex -> 286 decimal (turkey))
    10 : Country network code (10 -> 01 (mirror) (tukcell), example 20 -> 02 (telsim))
    00 : InfoField
    48 : Bitmap width (48 hex -> 72 decimal (pixel))
    0E : Bitmap height (0E hex -> 14 decimal (pixel))
    01 : Bitmap color depth (just two colors, filled or not)

    SAMPLE:
    06050415821582011E1000480E0151D557F55FD5565580A2AABE3EF0FAAA2B8047557807855D551500A6ABE2A80AAEABAB004D5781545557D59700AAAE3EAAAABAEAAB004D5DE7D555CE759600A6AF087AAF01EAAE005557D51D7C55D5D600A6ABEAA3C2AFAAAC0051557D54155F555C00AAAABEAAAAFAAAAC00555557D557F5555800AAAAAAFAAFAAAAB000

    We used 011E as country code (Turkey) and 01 country network code (Turkcell)

    We are looking for your answers.

    Thanks...

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    RE: Port for Picture Message

    kaanerdemir asked what was wrong with the Picture Message example.

    The problem is that you have not set the length of your OTA bitmap correctly. You have 0100, when in fact your 48h x 1Ch picture is FCh bytes total, therefore 0100 should be changed to 00FC.

    -paul / ForumNokia

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