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NAME

       qmicli - Control QMI devices

DESCRIPTION

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

   Help Options:
       -h, --help
              Show help options

       --help-all
              Show all help options

       --help-dms
              Show Device Management Service options

       --help-nas
              Show Network Access Service options

       --help-wds
              Show Wireless Data Service options

       --help-pbm
              Show Phonebook Management options

       --help-uim
              Show User Identity Module options

       --help-wda
              Show Wireless Data Administrative options

       DMS options

       --dms-get-ids
              Get IDs

       --dms-get-capabilities
              Get capabilities

       --dms-get-manufacturer
              Get manufacturer

       --dms-get-model
              Get model

       --dms-get-revision
              Get revision

       --dms-get-msisdn
              Get MSISDN

       --dms-get-power-state
              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

       --dms-uim-get-pin-status
              Get PIN status

       --dms-uim-get-iccid
              Get ICCID

       --dms-uim-get-imsi
              Get IMSI

       --dms-uim-get-state
              Get UIM State

       --dms-uim-get-ck-status=[(pn|pu|pp|pc|pf)]
              Get CK Status

       --dms-uim-set-ck-protection=[(pn|pu|pp|pc|pf),(disable),(key)]
              Disable CK protection

       --dms-uim-unblock-ck=[(pn|pu|pp|pc|pf),(key)]
              Unblock CK

       --dms-get-hardware-revision
              Get the HW revision

       --dms-get-operating-mode
              Get the device operating mode

       --dms-set-operating-mode=[(Operating mode)]
              Set the device operating mode

       --dms-get-time
              Get the device time

       --dms-get-prl-version
              Get the PRL version

       --dms-get-activation-state
              Get the state of the service activation

       --dms-activate-automatic=[Activation Code]
              Request automatic service activation

       --dms-activate-manual=[SPC,SID,MDN,MIN]
              Request manual service activation

       --dms-get-user-lock-state
              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

       --dms-read-user-data
              Read user data

       --dms-write-user-data=[(User data)]
              Write user data

       --dms-read-eri-file
              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

       --dms-get-band-capabilities
              Get band capabilities

       --dms-get-factory-sku
              Get factory stock keeping unit

       --dms-list-stored-images
              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

       --dms-set-fcc-authentication
              Set FCC authentication

       --dms-reset
              Reset the service state

       --dms-noop
              Just  allocate  or  release a DMS client. Use with `--client-no-release-cid' and/or
              `--client-cid'

       NAS options

       --nas-get-signal-strength
              Get signal strength

       --nas-get-signal-info
              Get signal info

       --nas-get-tx-rx-info=[(Radio Interface)]
              Get TX/RX info

       --nas-get-home-network
              Get home network

       --nas-get-serving-system
              Get serving system

       --nas-get-system-info
              Get system info

       --nas-get-technology-preference
              Get technology preference

       --nas-get-system-selection-preference
              Get system selection preference

       --nas-set-system-selection-preference=[cdma-1x|cdma-1xevdo|gsm|umts|lte|td-scdma]
              Set system selection preference

       --nas-network-scan
              Scan networks

       --nas-get-cell-location-info
              Get Cell Location Info

       --nas-reset
              Reset the service state

       --nas-noop
              Just allocate or release a NAS client. Use  with  `--client-no-release-cid'  and/or
              `--client-cid'

       WDS options

       --wds-start-network=[(APN),(PAP|CHAP|BOTH),(Username),(Password)]
              Start network (Authentication, Username and Password are optional)

       --wds-follow-network
              Follow the network status until disconnected. Use with `--wds-start-network'

       --wds-stop-network=[Packet data handle]
              Stop network

       --wds-get-packet-service-status
              Get packet service status

       --wds-get-packet-statistics
              Get packet statistics

       --wds-get-data-bearer-technology
              Get data bearer technology

       --wds-get-current-data-bearer-technology
              Get current data bearer technology

       --wds-get-profile-list=[3gpp|3gpp2]
              Get profile list

       --wds-get-default-settings=[3gpp|3gpp2]
              Get default settings

       --wds-reset
              Reset the service state

       --wds-noop
              Just  allocate  or  release a WDS client. Use with `--client-no-release-cid' and/or
              `--client-cid'

       PBM options

       --pbm-get-all-capabilities
              Get all phonebook capabilities

       --pbm-noop
              Just allocate or release a PBM client. Use  with  `--client-no-release-cid'  and/or
              `--client-cid'

       UIM options

       --uim-read-transparent=[0xNNNN,0xNNNN,...]
              Read a transparent file given the file path

       --uim-get-file-attributes=[0xNNNN,0xNNNN,...]
              Get the attributes of a given file

       --uim-get-card-status
              Get card status

       --uim-reset
              Reset the service state

       --uim-noop
              Just  allocate  or  release a UIM client. Use with `--client-no-release-cid' and/or
              `--client-cid'

       WDA options

       --wda-set-data-format=[raw-ip|802-3]
              Set data format

       --wda-get-data-format
              Get data format

       --wda-noop
              Just allocate or release a WDA client. Use  with  `--client-no-release-cid'  and/or
              `--client-cid'

   Application Options:
       -d, --device=[PATH]
              Specify device path

       --get-service-version-info
              Get service version info

       --device-set-instance-id=[Instance ID]
              Set instance ID

       --device-open-version-info
              Run version info check when opening device

       --device-open-sync
              Run sync operation when opening device

       -p, --device-open-proxy
              Request to use the 'qmi-proxy' proxy

       --device-open-net=[net-802-3|net-raw-ip|net-qos-header|net-no-qos-header]
              Open device with specific link protocol and QoS flags

       --client-cid=[CID]
              Use the given CID, don't allocate a new one

       --client-no-release-cid
              Do not release the CID when exiting

       -v, --verbose
              Run action with verbose logs, including the debug ones

       --silent
              Run action with no logs; not even the error/warning ones

       -V, --version
              Print version

       qmicli  1.12.6  Copyright  ©  2015 Aleksander Morgado License GPLv2+: GNU GPL version 2 or
       later <http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html> This is free software: you are free to change
       and redistribute it.  There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.

SEE ALSO

       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.