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    Unhappy New Nokia Phones Don't Support AT read messages?

    I've connected to my Nokia 6680 and found out that it can only send but not receive message, this was confirmed by checking out these boards.

    However, I then connected to a Series 40 phone, the 6111 and that too couldn't have its messages read by AT commands.

    Is there any phone out there that can? Or is there some sort of command to enable reading?

    Preferred Message Storage Result:
    AT+CPMS=?
    +CPMS: (),(),()

    Call pickup and hangup works. It's just the reading of messages.

    Is Nokia preventing us from using their phones to read messages via AT. Yet somehow PCSuite can read the message folders from my 6680.

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    Re: New Nokia Phones Don't Support AT read messages?

    I have the same problem... can someone contact someone from nokia to ask whats going on? I dont think we can get any answers from here.

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    Re: New Nokia Phones Don't Support AT read messages?

    Yes, I encountered this problem also with E50.

    Could anyone please tell me how to solve this problem? How does Nokia PC Suite read sms?

    Simon Wong

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    Re: New Nokia Phones Don't Support AT read messages?

    Hi,

    Do you want help-me to find and invite other users with the similar problem to create new thread for this problem?
    Is better if more users ask explanation.
    Now go to create new Thread "ERROR ON AT+CMGL - Why Nokia don't explain?"

    Thank you for partecipation (and exuse my no-perfect english).


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    Re: New Nokia Phones Don't Support AT read messages?

    i have an e50 and it sends messages okay, but i cant read messages from at commands.
    i also tried a 6021 (gsm) and i can even read messages from it.

    guess its a s60 thing...
    aero nine.

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    Arrow Re: New Nokia Phones Don't Support AT read messages?

    This is the link showing supported AT commands...

    http://www.activexperts.com/activsms/atcommands/atc/
    ===With Symbian===
    "Something Has Survived..!!!"

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    Re: New Nokia Phones Don't Support AT read messages?

    Quote Originally Posted by channico View Post
    Is there any phone out there that can?
    Nokia 6020 can send/read sms with AT commands.

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    Exclamation Re: New Nokia Phones Don't Support AT read messages?

    Hello ppl,
    Please reply if you find any information in the same respect as below..
    on tryin to read messages from the phone memory using cpms command we get an error which indicates that the phone memory has been blocked from access since some other appl is in control of it.

    However all third party appl are capable of receiving sms on to the computer including the noia PC suite, oxygen mobile, etc.
    So there has to be a way to access the phone memory to read messages. I was wondering if the PC connectivity SDK would be the answer to my query...anyone with knowledge of the SDK please share information as i am on a standstill in my project PLEASE HELP!!

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