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  1. #1
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    VCard Encoding

    I have been trying to send a VCard to a nokia phone using a nokia 6310i with the at commands.

    The at commands used are

    ATZ CRLF
    AT+CMGF=0 CRLF
    AT+CMGS=86 CRLF

    At this point the phone returns a ">" character which then expects the PDU data

    the first two digits 00 represent the SC address and have not been counted as part of the 86 octets.

    This is the data using the example supplied in the messaging FAQ.

    0051000C9144871183181700F5A79006050423F40000424547494E3A5643415244DA56455253494F4E3A322E31DA4E3A536D6974683B4D696B65DA54454C3B505245463A2B3535353132333435DA454E443A5643415244

    Then I send a CTR-Z

    The device then reports ERROR with no explanation, can anyone decode this message and make sure that I'm no being a idiot and any explanation as to why this is failing.

  2. #2
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    RE: VCard Encoding

    00
    5100
    0C91448711831817
    00F5
    A7
    90 (h90=144 the amount of octets in 8 bit message can't exceed 140, the actual amount of octets seems to be only 72 = h48)
    06 05 04 23 F4 00 00 42 45 47
    49 4E 3A 56 43 41 52 44 DA 56
    45 52 53 49 4F 4E 3A 32 2E 31
    DA 4E 3A 53 6D 69 74 68 3B 4D
    69 6B 65 DA 54 45 4C 3B 50 52
    45 46 3A 2B 35 35 35 31 32 33
    34 35 DA 45 4E 44 3A 56 43 41
    52 44

    The whole message structure is checked. So change the
    length to h48 so it should work.
    BR
    M, Forum Nokia

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