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I want to get full list of supported AT commands and other undocumented codes for some cell phone. I found that using strings command (on linux or win alternative) I can get all ASCII or UTF constant strings from firmware binary file, but it is a junk. I don't have any JTAG hardware. Maybe I should get fullflash from the device and look for some interrup routines.

Is there any other way to get these info?

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  • \$\begingroup\$ What phone firmware do you have that's not encrypted? I suspect that the firmware binary file you have is actually an encrypted block to be decrypted and written by the bootloader on the phone. \$\endgroup\$ – Kevin Vermeer Apr 1 '11 at 20:19
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In order to get a list of all supported AT commands, you can just run AT+CLAC which will list just that. It is a standardized command which, although optional, I assume virtuall all manufacturers support. Sony-Ericsson phones (as well as other phones based on platforms from Ericsson/ST-Ericsson) also support AT* as an alternative command (with an optional numeric parameter for different output formatting (e.g. AT*2)).

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