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Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: December 2013
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qmicli - Control QMI devices  




lt-qmicli [OPTION...] - Control QMI devices

Help Options:

-h, --help
Show help options
Show all help options
Show Device Management Service options
Show Network Access Service options
Show Wireless Data Service options
Show Phonebook Management options
Show User Identity Module options

DMS options

Get IDs
Get capabilities
Get manufacturer
Get model
Get revision
Get power state
--dms-uim-set-pin-protection=[(PIN|PIN2),(disable|enable),(current PIN)]
Set PIN protection in the UIM
--dms-uim-verify-pin=[(PIN|PIN2),(current PIN)]
Verify PIN
--dms-uim-unblock-pin=[(PIN|PIN2),(PUK),(new PIN)]
Unblock PIN
--dms-uim-change-pin=[(PIN|PIN2),(old PIN),(new PIN)]
Change PIN
Get PIN status
Get UIM State
Get CK Status
Disable CK protection
Unblock CK
Get the HW revision
Get the device operating mode
--dms-set-operating-mode=[(Operating mode)]
Set the device operating mode
Get the device time
Get the PRL version
Get the state of the service activation
--dms-activate-automatic=[Activation Code]
Request automatic service activation
Request manual service activation
Get the state of the user lock
--dms-set-user-lock-state=[(disable|enable),(current lock code)]
Set the state of the user lock
--dms-set-user-lock-code=[(old lock code),(new lock code)]
Change the user lock code
Read user data
--dms-write-user-data=[(User data)]
Write user data
Read ERI file
--dms-restore-factory-defaults=[(Service Programming Code)]
Restore factory defaults
--dms-validate-service-programming-code=[(Service Programming Code)]
Validate the Service Programming Code
Get band capabilities
Get factory stock keeping unit
List stored images
--dms-select-stored-image=[modem#,pri#] where # is the index
Select stored image
--dms-delete-stored-image=[modem#|pri#] where # is the index
Delete stored image
Reset the service state
Just allocate or release a DMS client. Use with `--client-no-release-cid' and/or `--client-cid'

NAS options

Get signal strength
Get signal info
--nas-get-tx-rx-info=[(Radio Interface)]
Get TX/RX info
Get home network
Get serving system
Get system info
Get technology preference
Get system selection preference
Set system selection preference
Scan networks
Reset the service state
Just allocate or release a NAS client. Use with `--client-no-release-cid' and/or `--client-cid'

WDS options

Start network (Authentication, Username and Password are optional)
Follow the network status until disconnected. Use with `--wds-start-network'
--wds-stop-network=[Packet data handle]
Stop network
Get packet service status
Get packet statistics
Get data bearer technology
Get current data bearer technology
Get profile list
Get default settings
Reset the service state
Just allocate or release a WDS client. Use with `--client-no-release-cid' and/or `--client-cid'

PBM options

Get all phonebook capabilities
Just allocate or release a PBM client. Use with `--client-no-release-cid' and/or `--client-cid'

UIM options

Read a transparent file given the file path
Get the attributes of a given file
Reset the service state
Just allocate or release a UIM client. Use with `--client-no-release-cid' and/or `--client-cid'

Application Options:

-d, --device=[PATH]
Specify device path
Get service version info
--device-set-instance-id=[Instance ID]
Set instance ID
Run version info check when opening device
Run sync operation when opening device
-p, --device-open-proxy
Request to use the 'qmi-proxy' proxy
Use the given CID, don't allocate a new one
Do not release the CID when exiting
-v, --verbose
Run action with verbose logs, including the debug ones
Run action with no logs; not even the error/warning ones
-V, --version
Print version

qmicli 1.8.0 Copyright (2012) Aleksander Morgado License GPLv2+: GNU GPL version 2 or later <> This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.  


The full documentation for qmicli is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and qmicli programs are properly installed at your site, the command
info qmicli

should give you access to the complete manual.



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Time: 07:13:43 GMT, December 11, 2013