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[REF|R&D|RF] RF/Radio properties of Samsung ServiceMode

9th January 2015, 08:10 AM |#11  
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mm: Idle
MCC-MNV: nnn-01
LAC: hhh, RAC: nn
TIMER_T32:      10(S) 11(S) 12(A)
                13(S) 20(S) 30(S) 40(S)
GmmState: Registered(3)
SubState: normal(0)
PmmMode: IDLE(1)
rej_cause: 0, IuAttCnt: 0
TMSI: hhhhhhh
As you can see, these include the values of a few important RR timers used. In the menu above they are
marked with (S) or (A), for STOPPED and ACTIVE, respectively. These timers are discussed further in
the next section.

Interesting. But that way we can only know if a Timer is Stopped or Active.
How can we know the Value of these Timers?

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How can we know the Value of these Timers?

We can try to read its value from one of the SIM card EF files. I forgot which. We can also read it from the /dev/diag RF diagnostics device or possibly from the QMI (Qualcomm) debug ports. Or we can leave phone still and read the start/stop flags when they change. Or you can call the technicians of the MNO and ask.
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We can try to read its value from one of the SIM card EF files. I forgot which.

I can read the EF files on the SIM cards. But the problem is that we don't know which EF files store those timers?

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We can also read it from the /dev/diag RF diagnostics device or possibly from the QMI (Qualcomm) debug ports.

Can you give some detailed instruction about it? I have no idea on it.

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Or we can leave phone still and read the start/stop flags when they change.

This is not a good way to read.

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Or you can call the technicians of the MNO and ask.

Yes, I'm working at that MNO. But I still want to read those timers directly from the phone.
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