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/*
* Copyright (C) 2006 The Android Open Source Project
*
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
* You may obtain a copy of the License at
*
* http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
*
* Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
* distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
* WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
* See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
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*/
#ifndef ANDROID_RIL_H
#define ANDROID_RIL_H 1
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <telephony/ril_cdma_sms.h>
#include <telephony/ril_nv_items.h>
#include <telephony/ril_msim.h>
#ifndef FEATURE_UNIT_TEST
#include <sys/time.h>
#endif /* !FEATURE_UNIT_TEST */
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
#ifndef SIM_COUNT
#if defined(ANDROID_SIM_COUNT_2)
#define SIM_COUNT 2
#elif defined(ANDROID_SIM_COUNT_3)
#define SIM_COUNT 3
#elif defined(ANDROID_SIM_COUNT_4)
#define SIM_COUNT 4
#else
#define SIM_COUNT 1
#endif
#ifndef ANDROID_MULTI_SIM
#define SIM_COUNT 1
#endif
#endif
/*
* RIL version.
* Value of RIL_VERSION should not be changed in future. Here onwards,
* when a new change is supposed to be introduced which could involve new
* schemes added like Wakelocks, data structures added/updated, etc, we would
* just document RIL version associated with that change below. When OEM updates its
* RIL with those changes, they would return that new RIL version during RIL_REGISTER.
* We should make use of the returned version by vendor to identify appropriate scheme
* or data structure version to use.
*
* Documentation of RIL version and associated changes
* RIL_VERSION = 12 : This version corresponds to updated data structures namely
* RIL_Data_Call_Response_v11, RIL_SIM_IO_v6, RIL_CardStatus_v6,
* RIL_SimRefreshResponse_v7, RIL_CDMA_CallWaiting_v6,
* RIL_LTE_SignalStrength_v8, RIL_SignalStrength_v10, RIL_CellIdentityGsm_v12
* RIL_CellIdentityWcdma_v12, RIL_CellIdentityLte_v12,RIL_CellInfoGsm_v12,
* RIL_CellInfoWcdma_v12, RIL_CellInfoLte_v12, RIL_CellInfo_v12.
*
* RIL_VERSION = 13 : This version includes new wakelock semantics and as the first
* strongly versioned version it enforces structure use.
*
* RIL_VERSION = 14 : New data structures are added, namely RIL_CarrierMatchType,
* RIL_Carrier, RIL_CarrierRestrictions and RIL_PCO_Data.
* New commands added: RIL_REQUEST_SET_CARRIER_RESTRICTIONS,
* RIL_REQUEST_SET_CARRIER_RESTRICTIONS and RIL_UNSOL_PCO_DATA.
*
* RIL_VERSION = 15 : New commands added:
* RIL_UNSOL_MODEM_RESTART,
* RIL_REQUEST_SEND_DEVICE_STATE,
* RIL_REQUEST_SET_UNSOLICITED_RESPONSE_FILTER,
* RIL_REQUEST_SET_SIM_CARD_POWER,
* RIL_REQUEST_SET_CARRIER_INFO_IMSI_ENCRYPTION,
* RIL_UNSOL_CARRIER_INFO_IMSI_ENCRYPTION
* The new parameters for RIL_REQUEST_SETUP_DATA_CALL,
* Updated data structures: RIL_DataProfileInfo_v15, RIL_InitialAttachApn_v15
* New data structure RIL_DataRegistrationStateResponse,
* RIL_VoiceRegistrationStateResponse same is
* used in RIL_REQUEST_DATA_REGISTRATION_STATE and
* RIL_REQUEST_VOICE_REGISTRATION_STATE respectively.
* New data structure RIL_OpenChannelParams.
* RIL_REQUEST_START_NETWORK_SCAN
* RIL_REQUEST_STOP_NETWORK_SCAN
* RIL_UNSOL_NETWORK_SCAN_RESULT
*/
#define RIL_VERSION 12
#define LAST_IMPRECISE_RIL_VERSION 12 // Better self-documented name
#define RIL_VERSION_MIN 6 /* Minimum RIL_VERSION supported */
#define CDMA_ALPHA_INFO_BUFFER_LENGTH 64
#define CDMA_NUMBER_INFO_BUFFER_LENGTH 81
#define MAX_RILDS 3
#define MAX_SERVICE_NAME_LENGTH 6
#define MAX_CLIENT_ID_LENGTH 2
#define MAX_DEBUG_SOCKET_NAME_LENGTH 12
#define MAX_QEMU_PIPE_NAME_LENGTH 11
#define MAX_UUID_LENGTH 64
#define MAX_BANDS 8
#define MAX_CHANNELS 32
#define MAX_RADIO_ACCESS_NETWORKS 8
typedef void * RIL_Token;
typedef enum {
RIL_SOCKET_1,
#if (SIM_COUNT >= 2)
RIL_SOCKET_2,
#if (SIM_COUNT >= 3)
RIL_SOCKET_3,
#endif
#if (SIM_COUNT >= 4)
RIL_SOCKET_4,
#endif
#endif
RIL_SOCKET_NUM
} RIL_SOCKET_ID;
typedef enum {
RIL_E_SUCCESS = 0,
RIL_E_RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE = 1, /* If radio did not start or is resetting */
RIL_E_GENERIC_FAILURE = 2,
RIL_E_PASSWORD_INCORRECT = 3, /* for PIN/PIN2 methods only! */
RIL_E_SIM_PIN2 = 4, /* Operation requires SIM PIN2 to be entered */
RIL_E_SIM_PUK2 = 5, /* Operation requires SIM PIN2 to be entered */
RIL_E_REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED = 6,
RIL_E_CANCELLED = 7,
RIL_E_OP_NOT_ALLOWED_DURING_VOICE_CALL = 8, /* data ops are not allowed during voice
call on a Class C GPRS device */
RIL_E_OP_NOT_ALLOWED_BEFORE_REG_TO_NW = 9, /* data ops are not allowed before device
registers in network */
RIL_E_SMS_SEND_FAIL_RETRY = 10, /* fail to send sms and need retry */
RIL_E_SIM_ABSENT = 11, /* fail to set the location where CDMA subscription
shall be retrieved because of SIM or RUIM
card absent */
RIL_E_SUBSCRIPTION_NOT_AVAILABLE = 12, /* fail to find CDMA subscription from specified
location */
RIL_E_MODE_NOT_SUPPORTED = 13, /* HW does not support preferred network type */
RIL_E_FDN_CHECK_FAILURE = 14, /* command failed because recipient is not on FDN list */
RIL_E_ILLEGAL_SIM_OR_ME = 15, /* network selection failed due to
illegal SIM or ME */
RIL_E_MISSING_RESOURCE = 16, /* no logical channel available */
RIL_E_NO_SUCH_ELEMENT = 17, /* application not found on SIM */
RIL_E_DIAL_MODIFIED_TO_USSD = 18, /* DIAL request modified to USSD */
RIL_E_DIAL_MODIFIED_TO_SS = 19, /* DIAL request modified to SS */
RIL_E_DIAL_MODIFIED_TO_DIAL = 20, /* DIAL request modified to DIAL with different
data */
RIL_E_USSD_MODIFIED_TO_DIAL = 21, /* USSD request modified to DIAL */
RIL_E_USSD_MODIFIED_TO_SS = 22, /* USSD request modified to SS */
RIL_E_USSD_MODIFIED_TO_USSD = 23, /* USSD request modified to different USSD
request */
RIL_E_SS_MODIFIED_TO_DIAL = 24, /* SS request modified to DIAL */
RIL_E_SS_MODIFIED_TO_USSD = 25, /* SS request modified to USSD */
RIL_E_SUBSCRIPTION_NOT_SUPPORTED = 26, /* Subscription not supported by RIL */
RIL_E_SS_MODIFIED_TO_SS = 27, /* SS request modified to different SS request */
RIL_E_LCE_NOT_SUPPORTED = 36, /* LCE service not supported(36 in RILConstants.java) */
RIL_E_NO_MEMORY = 37, /* Not sufficient memory to process the request */
RIL_E_INTERNAL_ERR = 38, /* Modem hit unexpected error scenario while handling
this request */
RIL_E_SYSTEM_ERR = 39, /* Hit platform or system error */
RIL_E_MODEM_ERR = 40, /* Vendor RIL got unexpected or incorrect response
from modem for this request */
RIL_E_INVALID_STATE = 41, /* Unexpected request for the current state */
RIL_E_NO_RESOURCES = 42, /* Not sufficient resource to process the request */
RIL_E_SIM_ERR = 43, /* Received error from SIM card */
RIL_E_INVALID_ARGUMENTS = 44, /* Received invalid arguments in request */
RIL_E_INVALID_SIM_STATE = 45, /* Can not process the request in current SIM state */
RIL_E_INVALID_MODEM_STATE = 46, /* Can not process the request in current Modem state */
RIL_E_INVALID_CALL_ID = 47, /* Received invalid call id in request */
RIL_E_NO_SMS_TO_ACK = 48, /* ACK received when there is no SMS to ack */
RIL_E_NETWORK_ERR = 49, /* Received error from network */
RIL_E_REQUEST_RATE_LIMITED = 50, /* Operation denied due to overly-frequent requests */
RIL_E_SIM_BUSY = 51, /* SIM is busy */
RIL_E_SIM_FULL = 52, /* The target EF is full */
RIL_E_NETWORK_REJECT = 53, /* Request is rejected by network */
RIL_E_OPERATION_NOT_ALLOWED = 54, /* Not allowed the request now */
RIL_E_EMPTY_RECORD = 55, /* The request record is empty */
RIL_E_INVALID_SMS_FORMAT = 56, /* Invalid sms format */
RIL_E_ENCODING_ERR = 57, /* Message not encoded properly */
RIL_E_INVALID_SMSC_ADDRESS = 58, /* SMSC address specified is invalid */
RIL_E_NO_SUCH_ENTRY = 59, /* No such entry present to perform the request */
RIL_E_NETWORK_NOT_READY = 60, /* Network is not ready to perform the request */
RIL_E_NOT_PROVISIONED = 61, /* Device doesnot have this value provisioned */
RIL_E_NO_SUBSCRIPTION = 62, /* Device doesnot have subscription */
RIL_E_NO_NETWORK_FOUND = 63, /* Network cannot be found */
RIL_E_DEVICE_IN_USE = 64, /* Operation cannot be performed because the device
is currently in use */
RIL_E_ABORTED = 65, /* Operation aborted */
RIL_E_INVALID_RESPONSE = 66, /* Invalid response sent by vendor code */
// OEM specific error codes. To be used by OEM when they don't want to reveal
// specific error codes which would be replaced by Generic failure.
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_1 = 501,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_2 = 502,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_3 = 503,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_4 = 504,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_5 = 505,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_6 = 506,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_7 = 507,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_8 = 508,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_9 = 509,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_10 = 510,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_11 = 511,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_12 = 512,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_13 = 513,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_14 = 514,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_15 = 515,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_16 = 516,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_17 = 517,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_18 = 518,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_19 = 519,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_20 = 520,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_21 = 521,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_22 = 522,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_23 = 523,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_24 = 524,
RIL_E_OEM_ERROR_25 = 525
} RIL_Errno;
typedef enum {
RIL_CALL_ACTIVE = 0,
RIL_CALL_HOLDING = 1,
RIL_CALL_DIALING = 2, /* MO call only */
RIL_CALL_ALERTING = 3, /* MO call only */
RIL_CALL_INCOMING = 4, /* MT call only */
RIL_CALL_WAITING = 5 /* MT call only */
} RIL_CallState;
typedef enum {
RADIO_STATE_OFF = 0, /* Radio explictly powered off (eg CFUN=0) */
RADIO_STATE_UNAVAILABLE = 1, /* Radio unavailable (eg, resetting or not booted) */
RADIO_STATE_ON = 10 /* Radio is on */
} RIL_RadioState;
typedef enum {
RADIO_TECH_UNKNOWN = 0,
RADIO_TECH_GPRS = 1,
RADIO_TECH_EDGE = 2,
RADIO_TECH_UMTS = 3,
RADIO_TECH_IS95A = 4,
RADIO_TECH_IS95B = 5,
RADIO_TECH_1xRTT = 6,
RADIO_TECH_EVDO_0 = 7,
RADIO_TECH_EVDO_A = 8,
RADIO_TECH_HSDPA = 9,
RADIO_TECH_HSUPA = 10,
RADIO_TECH_HSPA = 11,
RADIO_TECH_EVDO_B = 12,
RADIO_TECH_EHRPD = 13,
RADIO_TECH_LTE = 14,
RADIO_TECH_HSPAP = 15, // HSPA+
RADIO_TECH_GSM = 16, // Only supports voice
RADIO_TECH_TD_SCDMA = 17,
RADIO_TECH_IWLAN = 18,
RADIO_TECH_LTE_CA = 19
} RIL_RadioTechnology;
typedef enum {
RAF_UNKNOWN = (1 << RADIO_TECH_UNKNOWN),
RAF_GPRS = (1 << RADIO_TECH_GPRS),
RAF_EDGE = (1 << RADIO_TECH_EDGE),
RAF_UMTS = (1 << RADIO_TECH_UMTS),
RAF_IS95A = (1 << RADIO_TECH_IS95A),
RAF_IS95B = (1 << RADIO_TECH_IS95B),
RAF_1xRTT = (1 << RADIO_TECH_1xRTT),
RAF_EVDO_0 = (1 << RADIO_TECH_EVDO_0),
RAF_EVDO_A = (1 << RADIO_TECH_EVDO_A),
RAF_HSDPA = (1 << RADIO_TECH_HSDPA),
RAF_HSUPA = (1 << RADIO_TECH_HSUPA),
RAF_HSPA = (1 << RADIO_TECH_HSPA),
RAF_EVDO_B = (1 << RADIO_TECH_EVDO_B),
RAF_EHRPD = (1 << RADIO_TECH_EHRPD),
RAF_LTE = (1 << RADIO_TECH_LTE),
RAF_HSPAP = (1 << RADIO_TECH_HSPAP),
RAF_GSM = (1 << RADIO_TECH_GSM),
RAF_TD_SCDMA = (1 << RADIO_TECH_TD_SCDMA),
RAF_LTE_CA = (1 << RADIO_TECH_LTE_CA)
} RIL_RadioAccessFamily;
typedef enum {
BAND_MODE_UNSPECIFIED = 0, //"unspecified" (selected by baseband automatically)
BAND_MODE_EURO = 1, //"EURO band" (GSM-900 / DCS-1800 / WCDMA-IMT-2000)
BAND_MODE_USA = 2, //"US band" (GSM-850 / PCS-1900 / WCDMA-850 / WCDMA-PCS-1900)
BAND_MODE_JPN = 3, //"JPN band" (WCDMA-800 / WCDMA-IMT-2000)
BAND_MODE_AUS = 4, //"AUS band" (GSM-900 / DCS-1800 / WCDMA-850 / WCDMA-IMT-2000)
BAND_MODE_AUS_2 = 5, //"AUS band 2" (GSM-900 / DCS-1800 / WCDMA-850)
BAND_MODE_CELL_800 = 6, //"Cellular" (800-MHz Band)
BAND_MODE_PCS = 7, //"PCS" (1900-MHz Band)
BAND_MODE_JTACS = 8, //"Band Class 3" (JTACS Band)
BAND_MODE_KOREA_PCS = 9, //"Band Class 4" (Korean PCS Band)
BAND_MODE_5_450M = 10, //"Band Class 5" (450-MHz Band)
BAND_MODE_IMT2000 = 11, //"Band Class 6" (2-GMHz IMT2000 Band)
BAND_MODE_7_700M_2 = 12, //"Band Class 7" (Upper 700-MHz Band)
BAND_MODE_8_1800M = 13, //"Band Class 8" (1800-MHz Band)
BAND_MODE_9_900M = 14, //"Band Class 9" (900-MHz Band)
BAND_MODE_10_800M_2 = 15, //"Band Class 10" (Secondary 800-MHz Band)
BAND_MODE_EURO_PAMR_400M = 16, //"Band Class 11" (400-MHz European PAMR Band)
BAND_MODE_AWS = 17, //"Band Class 15" (AWS Band)
BAND_MODE_USA_2500M = 18 //"Band Class 16" (US 2.5-GHz Band)
} RIL_RadioBandMode;
typedef enum {
RC_PHASE_CONFIGURED = 0, // LM is configured is initial value and value after FINISH completes
RC_PHASE_START = 1, // START is sent before Apply and indicates that an APPLY will be
// forthcoming with these same parameters
RC_PHASE_APPLY = 2, // APPLY is sent after all LM's receive START and returned
// RIL_RadioCapability.status = 0, if any START's fail no
// APPLY will be sent
RC_PHASE_UNSOL_RSP = 3, // UNSOL_RSP is sent with RIL_UNSOL_RADIO_CAPABILITY
RC_PHASE_FINISH = 4 // FINISH is sent after all commands have completed. If an error
// occurs in any previous command the RIL_RadioAccessesFamily and
// logicalModemUuid fields will be the prior configuration thus
// restoring the configuration to the previous value. An error
// returned by this command will generally be ignored or may
// cause that logical modem to be removed from service.
} RadioCapabilityPhase;
typedef enum {
RC_STATUS_NONE = 0, // This parameter has no meaning with RC_PHASE_START,
// RC_PHASE_APPLY
RC_STATUS_SUCCESS = 1, // Tell modem the action transaction of set radio
// capability was success with RC_PHASE_FINISH
RC_STATUS_FAIL = 2, // Tell modem the action transaction of set radio
// capability is fail with RC_PHASE_FINISH.
} RadioCapabilityStatus;
#define RIL_RADIO_CAPABILITY_VERSION 1
typedef struct {
int version; // Version of structure, RIL_RADIO_CAPABILITY_VERSION
int session; // Unique session value defined by framework returned in all "responses/unsol"
int phase; // CONFIGURED, START, APPLY, FINISH
int rat; // RIL_RadioAccessFamily for the radio
char logicalModemUuid[MAX_UUID_LENGTH]; // A UUID typically "com.xxxx.lmX where X is the logical modem.
int status; // Return status and an input parameter for RC_PHASE_FINISH
} RIL_RadioCapability;
// Do we want to split Data from Voice and the use
// RIL_RadioTechnology for get/setPreferredVoice/Data ?
typedef enum {
PREF_NET_TYPE_GSM_WCDMA = 0, /* GSM/WCDMA (WCDMA preferred) */
PREF_NET_TYPE_GSM_ONLY = 1, /* GSM only */
PREF_NET_TYPE_WCDMA = 2, /* WCDMA */
PREF_NET_TYPE_GSM_WCDMA_AUTO = 3, /* GSM/WCDMA (auto mode, according to PRL) */
PREF_NET_TYPE_CDMA_EVDO_AUTO = 4, /* CDMA and EvDo (auto mode, according to PRL) */
PREF_NET_TYPE_CDMA_ONLY = 5, /* CDMA only */
PREF_NET_TYPE_EVDO_ONLY = 6, /* EvDo only */
PREF_NET_TYPE_GSM_WCDMA_CDMA_EVDO_AUTO = 7, /* GSM/WCDMA, CDMA, and EvDo (auto mode, according to PRL) */
PREF_NET_TYPE_LTE_CDMA_EVDO = 8, /* LTE, CDMA and EvDo */
PREF_NET_TYPE_LTE_GSM_WCDMA = 9, /* LTE, GSM/WCDMA */
PREF_NET_TYPE_LTE_CMDA_EVDO_GSM_WCDMA = 10, /* LTE, CDMA, EvDo, GSM/WCDMA */
PREF_NET_TYPE_LTE_ONLY = 11, /* LTE only */
PREF_NET_TYPE_LTE_WCDMA = 12, /* LTE/WCDMA */
PREF_NET_TYPE_TD_SCDMA_ONLY = 13, /* TD-SCDMA only */
PREF_NET_TYPE_TD_SCDMA_WCDMA = 14, /* TD-SCDMA and WCDMA */
PREF_NET_TYPE_TD_SCDMA_LTE = 15, /* TD-SCDMA and LTE */
PREF_NET_TYPE_TD_SCDMA_GSM = 16, /* TD-SCDMA and GSM */
PREF_NET_TYPE_TD_SCDMA_GSM_LTE = 17, /* TD-SCDMA,GSM and LTE */
PREF_NET_TYPE_TD_SCDMA_GSM_WCDMA = 18, /* TD-SCDMA, GSM/WCDMA */
PREF_NET_TYPE_TD_SCDMA_WCDMA_LTE = 19, /* TD-SCDMA, WCDMA and LTE */
PREF_NET_TYPE_TD_SCDMA_GSM_WCDMA_LTE = 20, /* TD-SCDMA, GSM/WCDMA and LTE */
PREF_NET_TYPE_TD_SCDMA_GSM_WCDMA_CDMA_EVDO_AUTO = 21, /* TD-SCDMA, GSM/WCDMA, CDMA and EvDo */
PREF_NET_TYPE_TD_SCDMA_LTE_CDMA_EVDO_GSM_WCDMA = 22 /* TD-SCDMA, LTE, CDMA, EvDo GSM/WCDMA */
} RIL_PreferredNetworkType;
/* Source for cdma subscription */
typedef enum {
CDMA_SUBSCRIPTION_SOURCE_RUIM_SIM = 0,
CDMA_SUBSCRIPTION_SOURCE_NV = 1
} RIL_CdmaSubscriptionSource;
/* User-to-User signaling Info activation types derived from 3GPP 23.087 v8.0 */
typedef enum {
RIL_UUS_TYPE1_IMPLICIT = 0,
RIL_UUS_TYPE1_REQUIRED = 1,
RIL_UUS_TYPE1_NOT_REQUIRED = 2,
RIL_UUS_TYPE2_REQUIRED = 3,
RIL_UUS_TYPE2_NOT_REQUIRED = 4,
RIL_UUS_TYPE3_REQUIRED = 5,
RIL_UUS_TYPE3_NOT_REQUIRED = 6
} RIL_UUS_Type;
/* User-to-User Signaling Information data coding schemes. Possible values for
* Octet 3 (Protocol Discriminator field) in the UUIE. The values have been
* specified in section 10.5.4.25 of 3GPP TS 24.008 */
typedef enum {
RIL_UUS_DCS_USP = 0, /* User specified protocol */
RIL_UUS_DCS_OSIHLP = 1, /* OSI higher layer protocol */
RIL_UUS_DCS_X244 = 2, /* X.244 */
RIL_UUS_DCS_RMCF = 3, /* Reserved for system mangement
convergence function */
RIL_UUS_DCS_IA5c = 4 /* IA5 characters */
} RIL_UUS_DCS;
/* User-to-User Signaling Information defined in 3GPP 23.087 v8.0
* This data is passed in RIL_ExtensionRecord and rec contains this
* structure when type is RIL_UUS_INFO_EXT_REC */
typedef struct {
RIL_UUS_Type uusType; /* UUS Type */
RIL_UUS_DCS uusDcs; /* UUS Data Coding Scheme */
int uusLength; /* Length of UUS Data */
char * uusData; /* UUS Data */
} RIL_UUS_Info;
/* CDMA Signal Information Record as defined in C.S0005 section 3.7.5.5 */
typedef struct {
char isPresent; /* non-zero if signal information record is present */
char signalType; /* as defined 3.7.5.5-1 */
char alertPitch; /* as defined 3.7.5.5-2 */
char signal; /* as defined 3.7.5.5-3, 3.7.5.5-4 or 3.7.5.5-5 */
} RIL_CDMA_SignalInfoRecord;
typedef struct {
RIL_CallState state;
int index; /* Connection Index for use with, eg, AT+CHLD */
int toa; /* type of address, eg 145 = intl */
char isMpty; /* nonzero if is mpty call */
char isMT; /* nonzero if call is mobile terminated */
char als; /* ALS line indicator if available
(0 = line 1) */
char isVoice; /* nonzero if this is is a voice call */
char isVoicePrivacy; /* nonzero if CDMA voice privacy mode is active */
char * number; /* Remote party number */
int numberPresentation; /* 0=Allowed, 1=Restricted, 2=Not Specified/Unknown 3=Payphone */
char * name; /* Remote party name */
int namePresentation; /* 0=Allowed, 1=Restricted, 2=Not Specified/Unknown 3=Payphone */
RIL_UUS_Info * uusInfo; /* NULL or Pointer to User-User Signaling Information */
} RIL_Call;
/* Deprecated, use RIL_Data_Call_Response_v6 */
typedef struct {
int cid; /* Context ID, uniquely identifies this call */
int active; /* 0=inactive, 1=active/physical link down, 2=active/physical link up */
char * type; /* One of the PDP_type values in TS 27.007 section 10.1.1.
For example, "IP", "IPV6", "IPV4V6", or "PPP". */
char * apn; /* ignored */
char * address; /* An address, e.g., "192.0.1.3" or "2001:db8::1". */
} RIL_Data_Call_Response_v4;
/*
* Returned by RIL_REQUEST_SETUP_DATA_CALL, RIL_REQUEST_DATA_CALL_LIST
* and RIL_UNSOL_DATA_CALL_LIST_CHANGED, on error status != 0.
*/
typedef struct {
int status; /* A RIL_DataCallFailCause, 0 which is PDP_FAIL_NONE if no error */
int suggestedRetryTime; /* If status != 0, this fields indicates the suggested retry
back-off timer value RIL wants to override the one
pre-configured in FW.
The unit is miliseconds.
The value < 0 means no value is suggested.
The value 0 means retry should be done ASAP.
The value of INT_MAX(0x7fffffff) means no retry. */
int cid; /* Context ID, uniquely identifies this call */
int active; /* 0=inactive, 1=active/physical link down, 2=active/physical link up */
char * type; /* One of the PDP_type values in TS 27.007 section 10.1.1.
For example, "IP", "IPV6", "IPV4V6", or "PPP". If status is
PDP_FAIL_ONLY_SINGLE_BEARER_ALLOWED this is the type supported
such as "IP" or "IPV6" */
char * ifname; /* The network interface name */
char * addresses; /* A space-delimited list of addresses with optional "/" prefix length,
e.g., "192.0.1.3" or "192.0.1.11/16 2001:db8::1/64".
May not be empty, typically 1 IPv4 or 1 IPv6 or
one of each. If the prefix length is absent the addresses
are assumed to be point to point with IPv4 having a prefix
length of 32 and IPv6 128. */
char * dnses; /* A space-delimited list of DNS server addresses,
e.g., "192.0.1.3" or "192.0.1.11 2001:db8::1".
May be empty. */
char * gateways; /* A space-delimited list of default gateway addresses,
e.g., "192.0.1.3" or "192.0.1.11 2001:db8::1".
May be empty in which case the addresses represent point
to point connections. */
} RIL_Data_Call_Response_v6;
typedef struct {
int status; /* A RIL_DataCallFailCause, 0 which is PDP_FAIL_NONE if no error */
int suggestedRetryTime; /* If status != 0, this fields indicates the suggested retry
back-off timer value RIL wants to override the one
pre-configured in FW.
The unit is miliseconds.
The value < 0 means no value is suggested.
The value 0 means retry should be done ASAP.
The value of INT_MAX(0x7fffffff) means no retry. */
int cid; /* Context ID, uniquely identifies this call */
int active; /* 0=inactive, 1=active/physical link down, 2=active/physical link up */
char * type; /* One of the PDP_type values in TS 27.007 section 10.1.1.
For example, "IP", "IPV6", "IPV4V6", or "PPP". If status is
PDP_FAIL_ONLY_SINGLE_BEARER_ALLOWED this is the type supported
such as "IP" or "IPV6" */
char * ifname; /* The network interface name */
char * addresses; /* A space-delimited list of addresses with optional "/" prefix length,
e.g., "192.0.1.3" or "192.0.1.11/16 2001:db8::1/64".
May not be empty, typically 1 IPv4 or 1 IPv6 or
one of each. If the prefix length is absent the addresses
are assumed to be point to point with IPv4 having a prefix
length of 32 and IPv6 128. */
char * dnses; /* A space-delimited list of DNS server addresses,
e.g., "192.0.1.3" or "192.0.1.11 2001:db8::1".
May be empty. */
char * gateways; /* A space-delimited list of default gateway addresses,
e.g., "192.0.1.3" or "192.0.1.11 2001:db8::1".
May be empty in which case the addresses represent point
to point connections. */
char * pcscf; /* the Proxy Call State Control Function address
via PCO(Protocol Configuration Option) for IMS client. */
} RIL_Data_Call_Response_v9;
typedef struct {
int status; /* A RIL_DataCallFailCause, 0 which is PDP_FAIL_NONE if no error */
int suggestedRetryTime; /* If status != 0, this fields indicates the suggested retry
back-off timer value RIL wants to override the one
pre-configured in FW.
The unit is miliseconds.
The value < 0 means no value is suggested.
The value 0 means retry should be done ASAP.
The value of INT_MAX(0x7fffffff) means no retry. */
int cid; /* Context ID, uniquely identifies this call */
int active; /* 0=inactive, 1=active/physical link down, 2=active/physical link up */
char * type; /* One of the PDP_type values in TS 27.007 section 10.1.1.
For example, "IP", "IPV6", "IPV4V6", or "PPP". If status is
PDP_FAIL_ONLY_SINGLE_BEARER_ALLOWED this is the type supported
such as "IP" or "IPV6" */
char * ifname; /* The network interface name */
char * addresses; /* A space-delimited list of addresses with optional "/" prefix length,
e.g., "192.0.1.3" or "192.0.1.11/16 2001:db8::1/64".
May not be empty, typically 1 IPv4 or 1 IPv6 or
one of each. If the prefix length is absent the addresses
are assumed to be point to point with IPv4 having a prefix
length of 32 and IPv6 128. */
char * dnses; /* A space-delimited list of DNS server addresses,
e.g., "192.0.1.3" or "192.0.1.11 2001:db8::1".
May be empty. */
char * gateways; /* A space-delimited list of default gateway addresses,
e.g., "192.0.1.3" or "192.0.1.11 2001:db8::1".
May be empty in which case the addresses represent point
to point connections. */
char * pcscf; /* the Proxy Call State Control Function address
via PCO(Protocol Configuration Option) for IMS client. */
int mtu; /* MTU received from network
Value <= 0 means network has either not sent a value or
sent an invalid value */
} RIL_Data_Call_Response_v11;
typedef enum {
RADIO_TECH_3GPP = 1, /* 3GPP Technologies - GSM, WCDMA */
RADIO_TECH_3GPP2 = 2 /* 3GPP2 Technologies - CDMA */
} RIL_RadioTechnologyFamily;
typedef struct {
RIL_RadioTechnologyFamily tech;
unsigned char retry; /* 0 == not retry, nonzero == retry */
int messageRef; /* Valid field if retry is set to nonzero.
Contains messageRef from RIL_SMS_Response
corresponding to failed MO SMS.
*/
union {
/* Valid field if tech is RADIO_TECH_3GPP2. See RIL_REQUEST_CDMA_SEND_SMS */
RIL_CDMA_SMS_Message* cdmaMessage;
/* Valid field if tech is RADIO_TECH_3GPP. See RIL_REQUEST_SEND_SMS */
char** gsmMessage; /* This is an array of pointers where pointers
are contiguous but elements pointed by those pointers
are not contiguous
*/
} message;
} RIL_IMS_SMS_Message;
typedef struct {
int messageRef; /* TP-Message-Reference for GSM,
and BearerData MessageId for CDMA
(See 3GPP2 C.S0015-B, v2.0, table 4.5-1). */
char *ackPDU; /* or NULL if n/a */
int errorCode; /* See 3GPP 27.005, 3.2.5 for GSM/UMTS,
3GPP2 N.S0005 (IS-41C) Table 171 for CDMA,
-1 if unknown or not applicable*/
} RIL_SMS_Response;
/** Used by RIL_REQUEST_WRITE_SMS_TO_SIM */
typedef struct {
int status; /* Status of message. See TS 27.005 3.1, "<stat>": */
/* 0 = "REC UNREAD" */
/* 1 = "REC READ" */
/* 2 = "STO UNSENT" */
/* 3 = "STO SENT" */
char * pdu; /* PDU of message to write, as an ASCII hex string less the SMSC address,
the TP-layer length is "strlen(pdu)/2". */
char * smsc; /* SMSC address in GSM BCD format prefixed by a length byte
(as expected by TS 27.005) or NULL for default SMSC */
} RIL_SMS_WriteArgs;
/** Used by RIL_REQUEST_DIAL */
typedef struct {
char * address;
int clir;
/* (same as 'n' paremeter in TS 27.007 7.7 "+CLIR"
* clir == 0 on "use subscription default value"
* clir == 1 on "CLIR invocation" (restrict CLI presentation)
* clir == 2 on "CLIR suppression" (allow CLI presentation)
*/
RIL_UUS_Info * uusInfo; /* NULL or Pointer to User-User Signaling Information */
} RIL_Dial;
typedef struct {
int command; /* one of the commands listed for TS 27.007 +CRSM*/
int fileid; /* EF id */
char *path; /* "pathid" from TS 27.007 +CRSM command.
Path is in hex asciii format eg "7f205f70"
Path must always be provided.
*/
int p1;
int p2;
int p3;
char *data; /* May be NULL*/
char *pin2; /* May be NULL*/
} RIL_SIM_IO_v5;
typedef struct {
int command; /* one of the commands listed for TS 27.007 +CRSM*/
int fileid; /* EF id */
char *path; /* "pathid" from TS 27.007 +CRSM command.
Path is in hex asciii format eg "7f205f70"
Path must always be provided.
*/
int p1;
int p2;
int p3;
char *data; /* May be NULL*/
char *pin2; /* May be NULL*/
char *aidPtr; /* AID value, See ETSI 102.221 8.1 and 101.220 4, NULL if no value. */
} RIL_SIM_IO_v6;
/* Used by RIL_REQUEST_SIM_TRANSMIT_APDU_CHANNEL and
* RIL_REQUEST_SIM_TRANSMIT_APDU_BASIC. */
typedef struct {
int sessionid; /* "sessionid" from TS 27.007 +CGLA command. Should be
ignored for +CSIM command. */
/* Following fields are used to derive the APDU ("command" and "length"
values in TS 27.007 +CSIM and +CGLA commands). */
int cla;
int instruction;
int p1;
int p2;
int p3; /* A negative P3 implies a 4 byte APDU. */
char *data; /* May be NULL. In hex string format. */
} RIL_SIM_APDU;
typedef struct {
int sw1;
int sw2;
char *simResponse; /* In hex string format ([a-fA-F0-9]*), except for SIM_AUTHENTICATION
response for which it is in Base64 format, see 3GPP TS 31.102 7.1.2 */
} RIL_SIM_IO_Response;
/* See also com.android.internal.telephony.gsm.CallForwardInfo */
typedef struct {
int status; /*
* For RIL_REQUEST_QUERY_CALL_FORWARD_STATUS
* status 1 = active, 0 = not active
*
* For RIL_REQUEST_SET_CALL_FORWARD:
* status is:
* 0 = disable
* 1 = enable
* 2 = interrogate
* 3 = registeration
* 4 = erasure
*/
int reason; /* from TS 27.007 7.11 "reason" */
int serviceClass;/* From 27.007 +CCFC/+CLCK "class"
See table for Android mapping from
MMI service code
0 means user doesn't input class */
int toa; /* "type" from TS 27.007 7.11 */
char * number; /* "number" from TS 27.007 7.11. May be NULL */
int timeSeconds; /* for CF no reply only */
}RIL_CallForwardInfo;
typedef struct {
char * cid; /* Combination of LAC and Cell Id in 32 bits in GSM.
* Upper 16 bits is LAC and lower 16 bits
* is CID (as described in TS 27.005)
* Primary Scrambling Code (as described in TS 25.331)
* in 9 bits in UMTS
* Valid values are hexadecimal 0x0000 - 0xffffffff.
*/
int rssi; /* Received RSSI in GSM,
* Level index of CPICH Received Signal Code Power in UMTS
*/
} RIL_NeighboringCell;
typedef struct {
char lce_status; /* LCE service status:
* -1 = not supported;
* 0 = stopped;
* 1 = active.
*/
unsigned int actual_interval_ms; /* actual LCE reporting interval,
* meaningful only if LCEStatus = 1.
*/
} RIL_LceStatusInfo;
typedef struct {
unsigned int last_hop_capacity_kbps; /* last-hop cellular capacity: kilobits/second. */
unsigned char confidence_level; /* capacity estimate confidence: 0-100 */
unsigned char lce_suspended; /* LCE report going to be suspended? (e.g., radio
* moves to inactive state or network type change)
* 1 = suspended;
* 0 = not suspended.
*/
} RIL_LceDataInfo;
typedef enum {
RIL_MATCH_ALL = 0, /* Apply to all carriers with the same mcc/mnc */
RIL_MATCH_SPN = 1, /* Use SPN and mcc/mnc to identify the carrier */
RIL_MATCH_IMSI_PREFIX = 2, /* Use IMSI prefix and mcc/mnc to identify the carrier */
RIL_MATCH_GID1 = 3, /* Use GID1 and mcc/mnc to identify the carrier */
RIL_MATCH_GID2 = 4, /* Use GID2 and mcc/mnc to identify the carrier */
} RIL_CarrierMatchType;
typedef struct {
const char * mcc;
const char * mnc;
RIL_CarrierMatchType match_type; /* Specify match type for the carrier.
* If it’s RIL_MATCH_ALL, match_data is null;
* otherwise, match_data is the value for the match type.
*/
const char * match_data;
} RIL_Carrier;
typedef struct {
int32_t len_allowed_carriers; /* length of array allowed_carriers */
int32_t len_excluded_carriers; /* length of array excluded_carriers */
RIL_Carrier * allowed_carriers; /* whitelist for allowed carriers */
RIL_Carrier * excluded_carriers; /* blacklist for explicitly excluded carriers
* which match allowed_carriers. Eg. allowed_carriers match
* mcc/mnc, excluded_carriers has same mcc/mnc and gid1
* is ABCD. It means except the carrier whose gid1 is ABCD,
* all carriers with the same mcc/mnc are allowed.
*/
} RIL_CarrierRestrictions;
typedef struct {
char * mcc; /* MCC of the Carrier. */
char * mnc ; /* MNC of the Carrier. */
uint8_t * carrierKey; /* Public Key from the Carrier used to encrypt the
* IMSI/IMPI.
*/
char * keyIdentifier; /* The keyIdentifier Attribute value pair that helps
* a server locate the private key to decrypt the
* permanent identity.
*/
int64_t expirationTime; /* Date-Time (in UTC) when the key will expire. */
} RIL_CarrierInfoForImsiEncryption;
/* See RIL_REQUEST_LAST_CALL_FAIL_CAUSE */
typedef enum {
CALL_FAIL_UNOBTAINABLE_NUMBER = 1,
CALL_FAIL_NO_ROUTE_TO_DESTINATION = 3,
CALL_FAIL_CHANNEL_UNACCEPTABLE = 6,
CALL_FAIL_OPERATOR_DETERMINED_BARRING = 8,
CALL_FAIL_NORMAL = 16,
CALL_FAIL_BUSY = 17,
CALL_FAIL_NO_USER_RESPONDING = 18,
CALL_FAIL_NO_ANSWER_FROM_USER = 19,
CALL_FAIL_CALL_REJECTED = 21,
CALL_FAIL_NUMBER_CHANGED = 22,
CALL_FAIL_PREEMPTION = 25,
CALL_FAIL_DESTINATION_OUT_OF_ORDER = 27,
CALL_FAIL_INVALID_NUMBER_FORMAT = 28,
CALL_FAIL_FACILITY_REJECTED = 29,
CALL_FAIL_RESP_TO_STATUS_ENQUIRY = 30,
CALL_FAIL_NORMAL_UNSPECIFIED = 31,
CALL_FAIL_CONGESTION = 34,
CALL_FAIL_NETWORK_OUT_OF_ORDER = 38,
CALL_FAIL_TEMPORARY_FAILURE = 41,
CALL_FAIL_SWITCHING_EQUIPMENT_CONGESTION = 42,
CALL_FAIL_ACCESS_INFORMATION_DISCARDED = 43,
CALL_FAIL_REQUESTED_CIRCUIT_OR_CHANNEL_NOT_AVAILABLE = 44,
CALL_FAIL_RESOURCES_UNAVAILABLE_OR_UNSPECIFIED = 47,
CALL_FAIL_QOS_UNAVAILABLE = 49,
CALL_FAIL_REQUESTED_FACILITY_NOT_SUBSCRIBED = 50,
CALL_FAIL_INCOMING_CALLS_BARRED_WITHIN_CUG = 55,
CALL_FAIL_BEARER_CAPABILITY_NOT_AUTHORIZED = 57,
CALL_FAIL_BEARER_CAPABILITY_UNAVAILABLE = 58,
CALL_FAIL_SERVICE_OPTION_NOT_AVAILABLE = 63,
CALL_FAIL_BEARER_SERVICE_NOT_IMPLEMENTED = 65,
CALL_FAIL_ACM_LIMIT_EXCEEDED = 68,
CALL_FAIL_REQUESTED_FACILITY_NOT_IMPLEMENTED = 69,
CALL_FAIL_ONLY_DIGITAL_INFORMATION_BEARER_AVAILABLE = 70,
CALL_FAIL_SERVICE_OR_OPTION_NOT_IMPLEMENTED = 79,
CALL_FAIL_INVALID_TRANSACTION_IDENTIFIER = 81,
CALL_FAIL_USER_NOT_MEMBER_OF_CUG = 87,
CALL_FAIL_INCOMPATIBLE_DESTINATION = 88,
CALL_FAIL_INVALID_TRANSIT_NW_SELECTION = 91,
CALL_FAIL_SEMANTICALLY_INCORRECT_MESSAGE = 95,
CALL_FAIL_INVALID_MANDATORY_INFORMATION = 96,
CALL_FAIL_MESSAGE_TYPE_NON_IMPLEMENTED = 97,
CALL_FAIL_MESSAGE_TYPE_NOT_COMPATIBLE_WITH_PROTOCOL_STATE = 98,
CALL_FAIL_INFORMATION_ELEMENT_NON_EXISTENT = 99,
CALL_FAIL_CONDITIONAL_IE_ERROR = 100,
CALL_FAIL_MESSAGE_NOT_COMPATIBLE_WITH_PROTOCOL_STATE = 101,
CALL_FAIL_RECOVERY_ON_TIMER_EXPIRED = 102,
CALL_FAIL_PROTOCOL_ERROR_UNSPECIFIED = 111,
CALL_FAIL_INTERWORKING_UNSPECIFIED = 127,
CALL_FAIL_CALL_BARRED = 240,
CALL_FAIL_FDN_BLOCKED = 241,
CALL_FAIL_IMSI_UNKNOWN_IN_VLR = 242,
CALL_FAIL_IMEI_NOT_ACCEPTED = 243,
CALL_FAIL_DIAL_MODIFIED_TO_USSD = 244, /* STK Call Control */
CALL_FAIL_DIAL_MODIFIED_TO_SS = 245,
CALL_FAIL_DIAL_MODIFIED_TO_DIAL = 246,
CALL_FAIL_RADIO_OFF = 247, /* Radio is OFF */
CALL_FAIL_OUT_OF_SERVICE = 248, /* No cellular coverage */
CALL_FAIL_NO_VALID_SIM = 249, /* No valid SIM is present */
CALL_FAIL_RADIO_INTERNAL_ERROR = 250, /* Internal error at Modem */
CALL_FAIL_NETWORK_RESP_TIMEOUT = 251, /* No response from network */
CALL_FAIL_NETWORK_REJECT = 252, /* Explicit network reject */
CALL_FAIL_RADIO_ACCESS_FAILURE = 253, /* RRC connection failure. Eg.RACH */
CALL_FAIL_RADIO_LINK_FAILURE = 254, /* Radio Link Failure */
CALL_FAIL_RADIO_LINK_LOST = 255, /* Radio link lost due to poor coverage */
CALL_FAIL_RADIO_UPLINK_FAILURE = 256, /* Radio uplink failure */
CALL_FAIL_RADIO_SETUP_FAILURE = 257, /* RRC connection setup failure */
CALL_FAIL_RADIO_RELEASE_NORMAL = 258, /* RRC connection release, normal */
CALL_FAIL_RADIO_RELEASE_ABNORMAL = 259, /* RRC connection release, abnormal */
CALL_FAIL_ACCESS_CLASS_BLOCKED = 260, /* Access class barring */
CALL_FAIL_NETWORK_DETACH = 261, /* Explicit network detach */
CALL_FAIL_CDMA_LOCKED_UNTIL_POWER_CYCLE = 1000,
CALL_FAIL_CDMA_DROP = 1001,
CALL_FAIL_CDMA_INTERCEPT = 1002,
CALL_FAIL_CDMA_REORDER = 1003,
CALL_FAIL_CDMA_SO_REJECT = 1004,
CALL_FAIL_CDMA_RETRY_ORDER = 1005,
CALL_FAIL_CDMA_ACCESS_FAILURE = 1006,
CALL_FAIL_CDMA_PREEMPTED = 1007,
CALL_FAIL_CDMA_NOT_EMERGENCY = 1008, /* For non-emergency number dialed
during emergency callback mode */
CALL_FAIL_CDMA_ACCESS_BLOCKED = 1009, /* CDMA network access probes blocked */
/* OEM specific error codes. Used to distinguish error from
* CALL_FAIL_ERROR_UNSPECIFIED and help assist debugging */
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_1 = 0xf001,
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_2 = 0xf002,
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_3 = 0xf003,
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_4 = 0xf004,
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_5 = 0xf005,
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_6 = 0xf006,
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_7 = 0xf007,
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_8 = 0xf008,
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_9 = 0xf009,
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_10 = 0xf00a,
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_11 = 0xf00b,
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_12 = 0xf00c,
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_13 = 0xf00d,
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_14 = 0xf00e,
CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_15 = 0xf00f,
CALL_FAIL_ERROR_UNSPECIFIED = 0xffff /* This error will be deprecated soon,
vendor code should make sure to map error
code to specific error */
} RIL_LastCallFailCause;
typedef struct {
RIL_LastCallFailCause cause_code;
char * vendor_cause;
} RIL_LastCallFailCauseInfo;
/* See RIL_REQUEST_LAST_DATA_CALL_FAIL_CAUSE */
typedef enum {
PDP_FAIL_NONE = 0, /* No error, connection ok */
/* an integer cause code defined in TS 24.008
section 6.1.3.1.3 or TS 24.301 Release 8+ Annex B.
If the implementation does not have access to the exact cause codes,
then it should return one of the following values,
as the UI layer needs to distinguish these
cases for error notification and potential retries. */
PDP_FAIL_OPERATOR_BARRED = 0x08, /* no retry */
PDP_FAIL_NAS_SIGNALLING = 0x0E,
PDP_FAIL_LLC_SNDCP = 0x19,
PDP_FAIL_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCES = 0x1A,
PDP_FAIL_MISSING_UKNOWN_APN = 0x1B, /* no retry */
PDP_FAIL_UNKNOWN_PDP_ADDRESS_TYPE = 0x1C, /* no retry */
PDP_FAIL_USER_AUTHENTICATION = 0x1D, /* no retry */
PDP_FAIL_ACTIVATION_REJECT_GGSN = 0x1E, /* no retry */
PDP_FAIL_ACTIVATION_REJECT_UNSPECIFIED = 0x1F,
PDP_FAIL_SERVICE_OPTION_NOT_SUPPORTED = 0x20, /* no retry */
PDP_FAIL_SERVICE_OPTION_NOT_SUBSCRIBED = 0x21, /* no retry */
PDP_FAIL_SERVICE_OPTION_OUT_OF_ORDER = 0x22,
PDP_FAIL_NSAPI_IN_USE = 0x23, /* no retry */
PDP_FAIL_REGULAR_DEACTIVATION = 0x24, /* possibly restart radio,
based on framework config */
PDP_FAIL_QOS_NOT_ACCEPTED = 0x25,
PDP_FAIL_NETWORK_FAILURE = 0x26,
PDP_FAIL_UMTS_REACTIVATION_REQ = 0x27,
PDP_FAIL_FEATURE_NOT_SUPP = 0x28,
PDP_FAIL_TFT_SEMANTIC_ERROR = 0x29,
PDP_FAIL_TFT_SYTAX_ERROR = 0x2A,
PDP_FAIL_UNKNOWN_PDP_CONTEXT = 0x2B,
PDP_FAIL_FILTER_SEMANTIC_ERROR = 0x2C,
PDP_FAIL_FILTER_SYTAX_ERROR = 0x2D,
PDP_FAIL_PDP_WITHOUT_ACTIVE_TFT = 0x2E,
PDP_FAIL_ONLY_IPV4_ALLOWED = 0x32, /* no retry */
PDP_FAIL_ONLY_IPV6_ALLOWED = 0x33, /* no retry */
PDP_FAIL_ONLY_SINGLE_BEARER_ALLOWED = 0x34,
PDP_FAIL_ESM_INFO_NOT_RECEIVED = 0x35,
PDP_FAIL_PDN_CONN_DOES_NOT_EXIST = 0x36,
PDP_FAIL_MULTI_CONN_TO_SAME_PDN_NOT_ALLOWED = 0x37,
PDP_FAIL_MAX_ACTIVE_PDP_CONTEXT_REACHED = 0x41,
PDP_FAIL_UNSUPPORTED_APN_IN_CURRENT_PLMN = 0x42,
PDP_FAIL_INVALID_TRANSACTION_ID = 0x51,
PDP_FAIL_MESSAGE_INCORRECT_SEMANTIC = 0x5F,
PDP_FAIL_INVALID_MANDATORY_INFO = 0x60,
PDP_FAIL_MESSAGE_TYPE_UNSUPPORTED = 0x61,
PDP_FAIL_MSG_TYPE_NONCOMPATIBLE_STATE = 0x62,
PDP_FAIL_UNKNOWN_INFO_ELEMENT = 0x63,
PDP_FAIL_CONDITIONAL_IE_ERROR = 0x64,
PDP_FAIL_MSG_AND_PROTOCOL_STATE_UNCOMPATIBLE = 0x65,
PDP_FAIL_PROTOCOL_ERRORS = 0x6F, /* no retry */
PDP_FAIL_APN_TYPE_CONFLICT = 0x70,
PDP_FAIL_INVALID_PCSCF_ADDR = 0x71,
PDP_FAIL_INTERNAL_CALL_PREEMPT_BY_HIGH_PRIO_APN = 0x72,
PDP_FAIL_EMM_ACCESS_BARRED = 0x73,
PDP_FAIL_EMERGENCY_IFACE_ONLY = 0x74,
PDP_FAIL_IFACE_MISMATCH = 0x75,
PDP_FAIL_COMPANION_IFACE_IN_USE = 0x76,
PDP_FAIL_IP_ADDRESS_MISMATCH = 0x77,
PDP_FAIL_IFACE_AND_POL_FAMILY_MISMATCH = 0x78,
PDP_FAIL_EMM_ACCESS_BARRED_INFINITE_RETRY = 0x79,
PDP_FAIL_AUTH_FAILURE_ON_EMERGENCY_CALL = 0x7A,
// OEM specific error codes. To be used by OEMs when they don't want to
// reveal error code which would be replaced by PDP_FAIL_ERROR_UNSPECIFIED
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_1 = 0x1001,
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_2 = 0x1002,
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_3 = 0x1003,
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_4 = 0x1004,
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_5 = 0x1005,
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_6 = 0x1006,
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_7 = 0x1007,
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_8 = 0x1008,
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_9 = 0x1009,
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_10 = 0x100A,
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_11 = 0x100B,
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_12 = 0x100C,
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_13 = 0x100D,
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_14 = 0x100E,
PDP_FAIL_OEM_DCFAILCAUSE_15 = 0x100F,
/* Not mentioned in the specification */
PDP_FAIL_VOICE_REGISTRATION_FAIL = -1,
PDP_FAIL_DATA_REGISTRATION_FAIL = -2,
/* reasons for data call drop - network/modem disconnect */
PDP_FAIL_SIGNAL_LOST = -3,
PDP_FAIL_PREF_RADIO_TECH_CHANGED = -4,/* preferred technology has changed, should retry
with parameters appropriate for new technology */
PDP_FAIL_RADIO_POWER_OFF = -5, /* data call was disconnected because radio was resetting,
powered off - no retry */
PDP_FAIL_TETHERED_CALL_ACTIVE = -6, /* data call was disconnected by modem because tethered
mode was up on same APN/data profile - no retry until
tethered call is off */
PDP_FAIL_ERROR_UNSPECIFIED = 0xffff, /* retry silently. Will be deprecated soon as
new error codes are added making this unnecessary */
} RIL_DataCallFailCause;
/* See RIL_REQUEST_SETUP_DATA_CALL */
typedef enum {
RIL_DATA_PROFILE_DEFAULT = 0,
RIL_DATA_PROFILE_TETHERED = 1,
RIL_DATA_PROFILE_IMS = 2,
RIL_DATA_PROFILE_FOTA = 3,
RIL_DATA_PROFILE_CBS = 4,
RIL_DATA_PROFILE_OEM_BASE = 1000, /* Start of OEM-specific profiles */
RIL_DATA_PROFILE_INVALID = 0xFFFFFFFF
} RIL_DataProfile;
/* Used by RIL_UNSOL_SUPP_SVC_NOTIFICATION */
typedef struct {
int notificationType; /*
* 0 = MO intermediate result code
* 1 = MT unsolicited result code
*/
int code; /* See 27.007 7.17
"code1" for MO
"code2" for MT. */
int index; /* CUG index. See 27.007 7.17. */
int type; /* "type" from 27.007 7.17 (MT only). */
char * number; /* "number" from 27.007 7.17
(MT only, may be NULL). */
} RIL_SuppSvcNotification;
#define RIL_CARD_MAX_APPS 8
typedef enum {
RIL_CARDSTATE_ABSENT = 0,
RIL_CARDSTATE_PRESENT = 1,
RIL_CARDSTATE_ERROR = 2,
RIL_CARDSTATE_RESTRICTED = 3 /* card is present but not usable due to carrier restrictions.*/
} RIL_CardState;
typedef enum {
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_UNKNOWN = 0, /* initial state */
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_IN_PROGRESS = 1, /* in between each lock transition */
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_READY = 2, /* when either SIM or RUIM Perso is finished
since each app can only have 1 active perso
involved */
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_SIM_NETWORK = 3,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_SIM_NETWORK_SUBSET = 4,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_SIM_CORPORATE = 5,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_SIM_SERVICE_PROVIDER = 6,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_SIM_SIM = 7,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_SIM_NETWORK_PUK = 8, /* The corresponding perso lock is blocked */
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_SIM_NETWORK_SUBSET_PUK = 9,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_SIM_CORPORATE_PUK = 10,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_SIM_SERVICE_PROVIDER_PUK = 11,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_SIM_SIM_PUK = 12,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_RUIM_NETWORK1 = 13,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_RUIM_NETWORK2 = 14,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_RUIM_HRPD = 15,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_RUIM_CORPORATE = 16,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_RUIM_SERVICE_PROVIDER = 17,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_RUIM_RUIM = 18,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_RUIM_NETWORK1_PUK = 19, /* The corresponding perso lock is blocked */
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_RUIM_NETWORK2_PUK = 20,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_RUIM_HRPD_PUK = 21,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_RUIM_CORPORATE_PUK = 22,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_RUIM_SERVICE_PROVIDER_PUK = 23,
RIL_PERSOSUBSTATE_RUIM_RUIM_PUK = 24
} RIL_PersoSubstate;
typedef enum {
RIL_APPSTATE_UNKNOWN = 0,
RIL_APPSTATE_DETECTED = 1,
RIL_APPSTATE_PIN = 2, /* If PIN1 or UPin is required */
RIL_APPSTATE_PUK = 3, /* If PUK1 or Puk for UPin is required */
RIL_APPSTATE_SUBSCRIPTION_PERSO = 4, /* perso_substate should be look at
when app_state is assigned to this value */
RIL_APPSTATE_READY = 5
} RIL_AppState;
typedef enum {
RIL_PINSTATE_UNKNOWN = 0,
RIL_PINSTATE_ENABLED_NOT_VERIFIED = 1,
RIL_PINSTATE_ENABLED_VERIFIED = 2,
RIL_PINSTATE_DISABLED = 3,
RIL_PINSTATE_ENABLED_BLOCKED = 4,
RIL_PINSTATE_ENABLED_PERM_BLOCKED = 5
} RIL_PinState;
typedef enum {
RIL_APPTYPE_UNKNOWN = 0,
RIL_APPTYPE_SIM = 1,
RIL_APPTYPE_USIM = 2,
RIL_APPTYPE_RUIM = 3,
RIL_APPTYPE_CSIM = 4,
RIL_APPTYPE_ISIM = 5
} RIL_AppType;
/*
* Please note that registration state UNKNOWN is
* treated as "out of service" in the Android telephony.
* Registration state REG_DENIED must be returned if Location Update
* Reject (with cause 17 - Network Failure) is received
* repeatedly from the network, to facilitate
* "managed roaming"
*/
typedef enum {
RIL_NOT_REG_AND_NOT_SEARCHING = 0, // Not registered, MT is not currently searching
// a new operator to register
RIL_REG_HOME = 1, // Registered, home network
RIL_NOT_REG_AND_SEARCHING = 2, // Not registered, but MT is currently searching
// a new operator to register
RIL_REG_DENIED = 3, // Registration denied
RIL_UNKNOWN = 4, // Unknown
RIL_REG_ROAMING = 5, // Registered, roaming
RIL_NOT_REG_AND_EMERGENCY_AVAILABLE_AND_NOT_SEARCHING = 10, // Same as
// RIL_NOT_REG_AND_NOT_SEARCHING but indicates that
// emergency calls are enabled.
RIL_NOT_REG_AND_EMERGENCY_AVAILABLE_AND_SEARCHING = 12, // Same as RIL_NOT_REG_AND_SEARCHING
// but indicates that
// emergency calls are enabled.
RIL_REG_DENIED_AND_EMERGENCY_AVAILABLE = 13, // Same as REG_DENIED but indicates that
// emergency calls are enabled.
RIL_UNKNOWN_AND_EMERGENCY_AVAILABLE = 14, // Same as UNKNOWN but indicates that
// emergency calls are enabled.
} RIL_RegState;
typedef struct
{
RIL_AppType app_type;
RIL_AppState app_state;
RIL_PersoSubstate perso_substate; /* applicable only if app_state ==
RIL_APPSTATE_SUBSCRIPTION_PERSO */
char *aid_ptr; /* null terminated string, e.g., from 0xA0, 0x00 -> 0x41,
0x30, 0x30, 0x30 */
char *app_label_ptr; /* null terminated string */
int pin1_replaced; /* applicable to USIM, CSIM & ISIM */
RIL_PinState pin1;
RIL_PinState pin2;
} RIL_AppStatus;
/* Deprecated, use RIL_CardStatus_v6 */
typedef struct
{
RIL_CardState card_state;
RIL_PinState universal_pin_state; /* applicable to USIM and CSIM: RIL_PINSTATE_xxx */
int gsm_umts_subscription_app_index; /* value < RIL_CARD_MAX_APPS, -1 if none */
int cdma_subscription_app_index; /* value < RIL_CARD_MAX_APPS, -1 if none */
int num_applications; /* value <= RIL_CARD_MAX_APPS */
RIL_AppStatus applications[RIL_CARD_MAX_APPS];
} RIL_CardStatus_v5;
typedef struct
{
RIL_CardState card_state;
RIL_PinState universal_pin_state; /* applicable to USIM and CSIM: RIL_PINSTATE_xxx */
int gsm_umts_subscription_app_index; /* value < RIL_CARD_MAX_APPS, -1 if none */
int cdma_subscription_app_index; /* value < RIL_CARD_MAX_APPS, -1 if none */
int ims_subscription_app_index; /* value < RIL_CARD_MAX_APPS, -1 if none */
int num_applications; /* value <= RIL_CARD_MAX_APPS */
RIL_AppStatus applications[RIL_CARD_MAX_APPS];
} RIL_CardStatus_v6;
/** The result of a SIM refresh, returned in data[0] of RIL_UNSOL_SIM_REFRESH
* or as part of RIL_SimRefreshResponse_v7
*/
typedef enum {
/* A file on SIM has been updated. data[1] contains the EFID. */
SIM_FILE_UPDATE = 0,
/* SIM initialized. All files should be re-read. */
SIM_INIT = 1,
/* SIM reset. SIM power required, SIM may be locked and all files should be re-read. */
SIM_RESET = 2
} RIL_SimRefreshResult;
typedef struct {
RIL_SimRefreshResult result;
int ef_id; /* is the EFID of the updated file if the result is */
/* SIM_FILE_UPDATE or 0 for any other result. */
char * aid; /* is AID(application ID) of the card application */
/* See ETSI 102.221 8.1 and 101.220 4 */
/* For SIM_FILE_UPDATE result it can be set to AID of */
/* application in which updated EF resides or it can be */
/* NULL if EF is outside of an application. */
/* For SIM_INIT result this field is set to AID of */
/* application that caused REFRESH */
/* For SIM_RESET result it is NULL. */
} RIL_SimRefreshResponse_v7;
/* Deprecated, use RIL_CDMA_CallWaiting_v6 */
typedef struct {
char * number; /* Remote party number */
int numberPresentation; /* 0=Allowed, 1=Restricted, 2=Not Specified/Unknown */
char * name; /* Remote party name */
RIL_CDMA_SignalInfoRecord signalInfoRecord;
} RIL_CDMA_CallWaiting_v5;
typedef struct {
char * number; /* Remote party number */
int numberPresentation; /* 0=Allowed, 1=Restricted, 2=Not Specified/Unknown */
char * name; /* Remote party name */
RIL_CDMA_SignalInfoRecord signalInfoRecord;
/* Number type/Number plan required to support International Call Waiting */
int number_type; /* 0=Unknown, 1=International, 2=National,
3=Network specific, 4=subscriber */
int number_plan; /* 0=Unknown, 1=ISDN, 3=Data, 4=Telex, 8=Nat'l, 9=Private */
} RIL_CDMA_CallWaiting_v6;
/**
* Which types of Cell Broadcast Message (CBM) are to be received by the ME
*
* uFromServiceID - uToServiceID defines a range of CBM message identifiers
* whose value is 0x0000 - 0xFFFF as defined in TS 23.041 9.4.1.2.2 for GMS
* and 9.4.4.2.2 for UMTS. All other values can be treated as empty
* CBM message ID.
*
* uFromCodeScheme - uToCodeScheme defines a range of CBM data coding schemes
* whose value is 0x00 - 0xFF as defined in TS 23.041 9.4.1.2.3 for GMS
* and 9.4.4.2.3 for UMTS.
* All other values can be treated as empty CBM data coding scheme.
*
* selected 0 means message types specified in <fromServiceId, toServiceId>
* and <fromCodeScheme, toCodeScheme>are not accepted, while 1 means accepted.
*
* Used by RIL_REQUEST_GSM_GET_BROADCAST_CONFIG and
* RIL_REQUEST_GSM_SET_BROADCAST_CONFIG.
*/
typedef struct {
int fromServiceId;
int toServiceId;
int fromCodeScheme;
int toCodeScheme;
unsigned char selected;
} RIL_GSM_BroadcastSmsConfigInfo;
/* No restriction at all including voice/SMS/USSD/SS/AV64 and packet data. */
#define RIL_RESTRICTED_STATE_NONE 0x00
/* Block emergency call due to restriction. But allow all normal voice/SMS/USSD/SS/AV64. */
#define RIL_RESTRICTED_STATE_CS_EMERGENCY 0x01
/* Block all normal voice/SMS/USSD/SS/AV64 due to restriction. Only Emergency call allowed. */
#define RIL_RESTRICTED_STATE_CS_NORMAL 0x02
/* Block all voice/SMS/USSD/SS/AV64 including emergency call due to restriction.*/
#define RIL_RESTRICTED_STATE_CS_ALL 0x04
/* Block packet data access due to restriction. */
#define RIL_RESTRICTED_STATE_PS_ALL 0x10
/* The status for an OTASP/OTAPA session */
typedef enum {
CDMA_OTA_PROVISION_STATUS_SPL_UNLOCKED,
CDMA_OTA_PROVISION_STATUS_SPC_RETRIES_EXCEEDED,
CDMA_OTA_PROVISION_STATUS_A_KEY_EXCHANGED,
CDMA_OTA_PROVISION_STATUS_SSD_UPDATED,
CDMA_OTA_PROVISION_STATUS_NAM_DOWNLOADED,
CDMA_OTA_PROVISION_STATUS_MDN_DOWNLOADED,
CDMA_OTA_PROVISION_STATUS_IMSI_DOWNLOADED,
CDMA_OTA_PROVISION_STATUS_PRL_DOWNLOADED,
CDMA_OTA_PROVISION_STATUS_COMMITTED,
CDMA_OTA_PROVISION_STATUS_OTAPA_STARTED,
CDMA_OTA_PROVISION_STATUS_OTAPA_STOPPED,
CDMA_OTA_PROVISION_STATUS_OTAPA_ABORTED
} RIL_CDMA_OTA_ProvisionStatus;
typedef struct {
int signalStrength; /* Valid values are (0-31, 99) as defined in TS 27.007 8.5 */
int bitErrorRate; /* bit error rate (0-7, 99) as defined in TS 27.007 8.5 */
} RIL_GW_SignalStrength;
typedef struct {
int signalStrength; /* Valid values are (0-31, 99) as defined in TS 27.007 8.5 */
int bitErrorRate; /* bit error rate (0-7, 99) as defined in TS 27.007 8.5 */
int timingAdvance; /* Timing Advance in bit periods. 1 bit period = 48/13 us.
* INT_MAX denotes invalid value */
} RIL_GSM_SignalStrength_v12;
typedef struct {
int signalStrength; /* Valid values are (0-31, 99) as defined in TS 27.007 8.5 */
int bitErrorRate; /* bit error rate (0-7, 99) as defined in TS 27.007 8.5 */
} RIL_SignalStrengthWcdma;
typedef struct {
int dbm; /* Valid values are positive integers. This value is the actual RSSI value
* multiplied by -1. Example: If the actual RSSI is -75, then this response
* value will be 75.
*/
int ecio; /* Valid values are positive integers. This value is the actual Ec/Io multiplied
* by -10. Example: If the actual Ec/Io is -12.5 dB, then this response value
* will be 125.
*/
} RIL_CDMA_SignalStrength;
typedef struct {
int dbm; /* Valid values are positive integers. This value is the actual RSSI value
* multiplied by -1. Example: If the actual RSSI is -75, then this response
* value will be 75.
*/
int ecio; /* Valid values are positive integers. This value is the actual Ec/Io multiplied
* by -10. Example: If the actual Ec/Io is -12.5 dB, then this response value
* will be 125.
*/
int signalNoiseRatio; /* Valid values are 0-8. 8 is the highest signal to noise ratio. */
} RIL_EVDO_SignalStrength;
typedef struct {
int signalStrength; /* Valid values are (0-31, 99) as defined in TS 27.007 8.5 */
int rsrp; /* The current Reference Signal Receive Power in dBm multipled by -1.
* Range: 44 to 140 dBm
* INT_MAX: 0x7FFFFFFF denotes invalid value.
* Reference: 3GPP TS 36.133 9.1.4 */
int rsrq; /* The current Reference Signal Receive Quality in dB multiplied by -1.
* Range: 20 to 3 dB.
* INT_MAX: 0x7FFFFFFF denotes invalid value.
* Reference: 3GPP TS 36.133 9.1.7 */
int rssnr; /* The current reference signal signal-to-noise ratio in 0.1 dB units.
* Range: -200 to +300 (-200 = -20.0 dB, +300 = 30dB).
* INT_MAX : 0x7FFFFFFF denotes invalid value.
* Reference: 3GPP TS 36.101 8.1.1 */
int cqi; /* The current Channel Quality Indicator.
* Range: 0 to 15.
* INT_MAX : 0x7FFFFFFF denotes invalid value.
* Reference: 3GPP TS 36.101 9.2, 9.3, A.4 */
} RIL_LTE_SignalStrength;
typedef struct {
int signalStrength; /* Valid values are (0-31, 99) as defined in TS 27.007 8.5 */
int rsrp; /* The current Reference Signal Receive Power in dBm multipled by -1.
* Range: 44 to 140 dBm
* INT_MAX: 0x7FFFFFFF denotes invalid value.
* Reference: 3GPP TS 36.133 9.1.4 */
int rsrq; /* The current Reference Signal Receive Quality in dB multiplied by -1.
* Range: 20 to 3 dB.
* INT_MAX: 0x7FFFFFFF denotes invalid value.
* Reference: 3GPP TS 36.133 9.1.7 */
int rssnr; /* The current reference signal signal-to-noise ratio in 0.1 dB units.
* Range: -200 to +300 (-200 = -20.0 dB, +300 = 30dB).
* INT_MAX : 0x7FFFFFFF denotes invalid value.
* Reference: 3GPP TS 36.101 8.1.1 */
int cqi; /* The current Channel Quality Indicator.
* Range: 0 to 15.
* INT_MAX : 0x7FFFFFFF denotes invalid value.
* Reference: 3GPP TS 36.101 9.2, 9.3, A.4 */
int timingAdvance; /* timing advance in micro seconds for a one way trip from cell to device.
* Approximate distance can be calculated using 300m/us * timingAdvance.
* Range: 0 to 0x7FFFFFFE
* INT_MAX : 0x7FFFFFFF denotes invalid value.
* Reference: 3GPP 36.321 section 6.1.3.5
* also: http://www.cellular-planningoptimization.com/2010/02/timing-advance-with-calculation.html */
} RIL_LTE_SignalStrength_v8;
typedef struct {
int rscp; /* The Received Signal Code Power in dBm multipled by -1.
* Range : 25 to 120
* INT_MAX: 0x7FFFFFFF denotes invalid value.
* Reference: 3GPP TS 25.123, section 9.1.1.1 */
} RIL_TD_SCDMA_SignalStrength;
/* Deprecated, use RIL_SignalStrength_v6 */
typedef struct {
RIL_GW_SignalStrength GW_SignalStrength;
RIL_CDMA_SignalStrength CDMA_SignalStrength;
RIL_EVDO_SignalStrength EVDO_SignalStrength;
} RIL_SignalStrength_v5;
typedef struct {
RIL_GW_SignalStrength GW_SignalStrength;
RIL_CDMA_SignalStrength CDMA_SignalStrength;
RIL_EVDO_SignalStrength EVDO_SignalStrength;
RIL_LTE_SignalStrength LTE_SignalStrength;
} RIL_SignalStrength_v6;
typedef struct {
RIL_GW_SignalStrength GW_SignalStrength;
RIL_CDMA_SignalStrength CDMA_SignalStrength;
RIL_EVDO_SignalStrength EVDO_SignalStrength;
RIL_LTE_SignalStrength_v8 LTE_SignalStrength;
} RIL_SignalStrength_v8;
typedef struct {
RIL_GW_SignalStrength GW_SignalStrength;
RIL_CDMA_SignalStrength CDMA_SignalStrength;
RIL_EVDO_SignalStrength EVDO_SignalStrength;
RIL_LTE_SignalStrength_v8 LTE_SignalStrength;
RIL_TD_SCDMA_SignalStrength TD_SCDMA_SignalStrength;
} RIL_SignalStrength_v10;
typedef struct {
int mcc; /* 3-digit Mobile Country Code, 0..999, INT_MAX if unknown */
int mnc; /* 2 or 3-digit Mobile Network Code, 0..999, INT_MAX if unknown */
int lac; /* 16-bit Location Area Code, 0..65535, INT_MAX if unknown */
int cid; /* 16-bit GSM Cell Identity described in TS 27.007, 0..65535, INT_MAX if unknown */
} RIL_CellIdentityGsm;
typedef struct {
int mcc; /* 3-digit Mobile Country Code, 0..999, INT_MAX if unknown */
int mnc; /* 2 or 3-digit Mobile Network Code, 0..999, INT_MAX if unknown */
int lac; /* 16-bit Location Area Code, 0..65535, INT_MAX if unknown */
int cid; /* 16-bit GSM Cell Identity described in TS 27.007, 0..65535, INT_MAX if unknown */
int arfcn; /* 16-bit GSM Absolute RF channel number; this value must be reported */
uint8_t bsic; /* 6-bit Base Station Identity Code; 0xFF if unknown */
} RIL_CellIdentityGsm_v12;
typedef struct {
int mcc; /* 3-digit Mobile Country Code, 0..999, INT_MAX if unknown */
int mnc; /* 2 or 3-digit Mobile Network Code, 0..999, INT_MAX if unknown */
int lac; /* 16-bit Location Area Code, 0..65535, INT_MAX if unknown */
int cid; /* 28-bit UMTS Cell Identity described in TS 25.331, 0..268435455, INT_MAX if unknown */
int psc; /* 9-bit UMTS Primary Scrambling Code described in TS 25.331, 0..511, INT_MAX if unknown */
} RIL_CellIdentityWcdma;
typedef struct {
int mcc; /* 3-digit Mobile Country Code, 0..999, INT_MAX if unknown */
int mnc; /* 2 or 3-digit Mobile Network Code, 0..999, INT_MAX if unknown */
int lac; /* 16-bit Location Area Code, 0..65535, INT_MAX if unknown */
int cid; /* 28-bit UMTS Cell Identity described in TS 25.331, 0..268435455, INT_MAX if unknown */
int psc; /* 9-bit UMTS Primary Scrambling Code described in TS 25.331, 0..511; this value must be reported */
int uarfcn; /* 16-bit UMTS Absolute RF Channel Number; this value must be reported */
} RIL_CellIdentityWcdma_v12;
typedef struct {
int networkId; /* Network Id 0..65535, INT_MAX if unknown */
int systemId; /* CDMA System Id 0..32767, INT_MAX if unknown */
int basestationId; /* Base Station Id 0..65535, INT_MAX if unknown */
int longitude; /* Longitude is a decimal number as specified in 3GPP2 C.S0005-A v6.0.
* It is represented in units of 0.25 seconds and ranges from -2592000
* to 2592000, both values inclusive (corresponding to a range of -180
* to +180 degrees). INT_MAX if unknown */
int latitude; /* Latitude is a decimal number as specified in 3GPP2 C.S0005-A v6.0.
* It is represented in units of 0.25 seconds and ranges from -1296000
* to 1296000, both values inclusive (corresponding to a range of -90
* to +90 degrees). INT_MAX if unknown */
} RIL_CellIdentityCdma;
typedef struct {
int mcc; /* 3-digit Mobile Country Code, 0..999, INT_MAX if unknown */
int mnc; /* 2 or 3-digit Mobile Network Code, 0..999, INT_MAX if unknown */
int ci; /* 28-bit Cell Identity described in TS ???, INT_MAX if unknown */
int pci; /* physical cell id 0..503, INT_MAX if unknown */
int tac; /* 16-bit tracking area code, INT_MAX if unknown */
} RIL_CellIdentityLte;
typedef struct {
int mcc; /* 3-digit Mobile Country Code, 0..999, INT_MAX if unknown */
int mnc; /* 2 or 3-digit Mobile Network Code, 0..999, INT_MAX if unknown */
int ci; /* 28-bit Cell Identity described in TS ???, INT_MAX if unknown */
int pci; /* physical cell id 0..503; this value must be reported */
int tac; /* 16-bit tracking area code, INT_MAX if unknown */
int earfcn; /* 18-bit LTE Absolute RF Channel Number; this value must be reported */
} RIL_CellIdentityLte_v12;
typedef struct {
int mcc; /* 3-digit Mobile Country Code, 0..999, INT_MAX if unknown */
int mnc; /* 2 or 3-digit Mobile Network Code, 0..999, INT_MAX if unknown */
int lac; /* 16-bit Location Area Code, 0..65535, INT_MAX if unknown */
int cid; /* 28-bit UMTS Cell Identity described in TS 25.331, 0..268435455, INT_MAX if unknown */
int cpid; /* 8-bit Cell Parameters ID described in TS 25.331, 0..127, INT_MAX if unknown */
} RIL_CellIdentityTdscdma;
typedef struct {
RIL_CellIdentityGsm cellIdentityGsm;
RIL_GW_SignalStrength signalStrengthGsm;
} RIL_CellInfoGsm;
typedef struct {
RIL_CellIdentityGsm_v12 cellIdentityGsm;
RIL_GSM_SignalStrength_v12 signalStrengthGsm;
} RIL_CellInfoGsm_v12;
typedef struct {
RIL_CellIdentityWcdma cellIdentityWcdma;
RIL_SignalStrengthWcdma signalStrengthWcdma;
} RIL_CellInfoWcdma;
typedef struct {
RIL_CellIdentityWcdma_v12 cellIdentityWcdma;
RIL_SignalStrengthWcdma signalStrengthWcdma;
} RIL_CellInfoWcdma_v12;
typedef struct {
RIL_CellIdentityCdma cellIdentityCdma;
RIL_CDMA_SignalStrength signalStrengthCdma;
RIL_EVDO_SignalStrength signalStrengthEvdo;
} RIL_CellInfoCdma;
typedef struct {
RIL_CellIdentityLte cellIdentityLte;
RIL_LTE_SignalStrength_v8 signalStrengthLte;
} RIL_CellInfoLte;
typedef struct {
RIL_CellIdentityLte_v12 cellIdentityLte;
RIL_LTE_SignalStrength_v8 signalStrengthLte;
} RIL_CellInfoLte_v12;
typedef struct {
RIL_CellIdentityTdscdma cellIdentityTdscdma;
RIL_TD_SCDMA_SignalStrength signalStrengthTdscdma;
} RIL_CellInfoTdscdma;
// Must be the same as CellInfo.TYPE_XXX
typedef enum {
RIL_CELL_INFO_TYPE_NONE = 0, /* indicates no cell information */
RIL_CELL_INFO_TYPE_GSM = 1,
RIL_CELL_INFO_TYPE_CDMA = 2,
RIL_CELL_INFO_TYPE_LTE = 3,
RIL_CELL_INFO_TYPE_WCDMA = 4,
RIL_CELL_INFO_TYPE_TD_SCDMA = 5
} RIL_CellInfoType;
// Must be the same as CellInfo.TIMESTAMP_TYPE_XXX
typedef enum {
RIL_TIMESTAMP_TYPE_UNKNOWN = 0,
RIL_TIMESTAMP_TYPE_ANTENNA = 1,
RIL_TIMESTAMP_TYPE_MODEM = 2,
RIL_TIMESTAMP_TYPE_OEM_RIL = 3,
RIL_TIMESTAMP_TYPE_JAVA_RIL = 4,
} RIL_TimeStampType;
typedef struct {
RIL_CellInfoType cellInfoType; /* cell type for selecting from union CellInfo */
int registered; /* !0 if this cell is registered 0 if not registered */
RIL_TimeStampType timeStampType; /* type of time stamp represented by timeStamp */
uint64_t timeStamp; /* Time in nanos as returned by ril_nano_time */
union {
RIL_CellInfoGsm gsm;
RIL_CellInfoCdma cdma;
RIL_CellInfoLte lte;
RIL_CellInfoWcdma wcdma;
RIL_CellInfoTdscdma tdscdma;
} CellInfo;
} RIL_CellInfo;
typedef struct {
RIL_CellInfoType cellInfoType; /* cell type for selecting from union CellInfo */
int registered; /* !0 if this cell is registered 0 if not registered */
RIL_TimeStampType timeStampType; /* type of time stamp represented by timeStamp */
uint64_t timeStamp; /* Time in nanos as returned by ril_nano_time */
union {
RIL_CellInfoGsm_v12 gsm;
RIL_CellInfoCdma cdma;
RIL_CellInfoLte_v12 lte;
RIL_CellInfoWcdma_v12 wcdma;
RIL_CellInfoTdscdma tdscdma;
} CellInfo;
} RIL_CellInfo_v12;
typedef struct {
RIL_CellInfoType cellInfoType; /* cell type for selecting from union CellInfo */
union {
RIL_CellIdentityGsm_v12 cellIdentityGsm;
RIL_CellIdentityWcdma_v12 cellIdentityWcdma;
RIL_CellIdentityLte_v12 cellIdentityLte;
RIL_CellIdentityTdscdma cellIdentityTdscdma;
RIL_CellIdentityCdma cellIdentityCdma;
};
}RIL_CellIdentity_v16;
typedef struct {
RIL_RegState regState; // Valid reg states are RIL_NOT_REG_AND_NOT_SEARCHING,
// REG_HOME, RIL_NOT_REG_AND_SEARCHING, REG_DENIED,
// UNKNOWN, REG_ROAMING defined in RegState
RIL_RadioTechnology rat; // indicates the available voice radio technology,
// valid values as defined by RadioTechnology.
int32_t cssSupported; // concurrent services support indicator. if
// registered on a CDMA system.
// 0 - Concurrent services not supported,
// 1 - Concurrent services supported
int32_t roamingIndicator; // TSB-58 Roaming Indicator if registered
// on a CDMA or EVDO system or -1 if not.
// Valid values are 0-255.
int32_t systemIsInPrl; // indicates whether the current system is in the
// PRL if registered on a CDMA or EVDO system or -1 if
// not. 0=not in the PRL, 1=in the PRL
int32_t defaultRoamingIndicator; // default Roaming Indicator from the PRL,
// if registered on a CDMA or EVDO system or -1 if not.
// Valid values are 0-255.
int32_t reasonForDenial; // reasonForDenial if registration state is 3
// (Registration denied) this is an enumerated reason why
// registration was denied. See 3GPP TS 24.008,
// 10.5.3.6 and Annex G.
// 0 - General
// 1 - Authentication Failure
// 2 - IMSI unknown in HLR
// 3 - Illegal MS
// 4 - Illegal ME
// 5 - PLMN not allowed
// 6 - Location area not allowed
// 7 - Roaming not allowed
// 8 - No Suitable Cells in this Location Area
// 9 - Network failure
// 10 - Persistent location update reject
// 11 - PLMN not allowed
// 12 - Location area not allowed
// 13 - Roaming not allowed in this Location Area
// 15 - No Suitable Cells in this Location Area
// 17 - Network Failure
// 20 - MAC Failure
// 21 - Sync Failure
// 22 - Congestion
// 23 - GSM Authentication unacceptable
// 25 - Not Authorized for this CSG
// 32 - Service option not supported
// 33 - Requested service option not subscribed
// 34 - Service option temporarily out of order
// 38 - Call cannot be identified
// 48-63 - Retry upon entry into a new cell
// 95 - Semantically incorrect message
// 96 - Invalid mandatory information
// 97 - Message type non-existent or not implemented
// 98 - Message type not compatible with protocol state
// 99 - Information element non-existent or
// not implemented
// 100 - Conditional IE error
// 101 - Message not compatible with protocol state;
RIL_CellIdentity_v16 cellIdentity; // current cell information
}RIL_VoiceRegistrationStateResponse;
typedef struct {
RIL_RegState regState; // Valid reg states are RIL_NOT_REG_AND_NOT_SEARCHING,
// REG_HOME, RIL_NOT_REG_AND_SEARCHING, REG_DENIED,
// UNKNOWN, REG_ROAMING defined in RegState
RIL_RadioTechnology rat; // indicates the available data radio technology,
// valid values as defined by RadioTechnology.
int32_t reasonDataDenied; // if registration state is 3 (Registration
// denied) this is an enumerated reason why
// registration was denied. See 3GPP TS 24.008,
// Annex G.6 "Additional cause codes for GMM".
// 7 == GPRS services not allowed
// 8 == GPRS services and non-GPRS services not allowed
// 9 == MS identity cannot be derived by the network
// 10 == Implicitly detached
// 14 == GPRS services not allowed in this PLMN
// 16 == MSC temporarily not reachable
// 40 == No PDP context activated
int32_t maxDataCalls; // The maximum number of simultaneous Data Calls that
// must be established using setupDataCall().
RIL_CellIdentity_v16 cellIdentity; // Current cell information
}RIL_DataRegistrationStateResponse;
/* Names of the CDMA info records (C.S0005 section 3.7.5) */
typedef enum {
RIL_CDMA_DISPLAY_INFO_REC,
RIL_CDMA_CALLED_PARTY_NUMBER_INFO_REC,
RIL_CDMA_CALLING_PARTY_NUMBER_INFO_REC,
RIL_CDMA_CONNECTED_NUMBER_INFO_REC,
RIL_CDMA_SIGNAL_INFO_REC,
RIL_CDMA_REDIRECTING_NUMBER_INFO_REC,
RIL_CDMA_LINE_CONTROL_INFO_REC,
RIL_CDMA_EXTENDED_DISPLAY_INFO_REC,
RIL_CDMA_T53_CLIR_INFO_REC,
RIL_CDMA_T53_RELEASE_INFO_REC,
RIL_CDMA_T53_AUDIO_CONTROL_INFO_REC
} RIL_CDMA_InfoRecName;
/* Display Info Rec as defined in C.S0005 section 3.7.5.1
Extended Display Info Rec as defined in C.S0005 section 3.7.5.16
Note: the Extended Display info rec contains multiple records of the
form: display_tag, display_len, and display_len occurrences of the
chari field if the display_tag is not 10000000 or 10000001.
To save space, the records are stored consecutively in a byte buffer.
The display_tag, display_len and chari fields are all 1 byte.
*/
typedef struct {
char alpha_len;
char alpha_buf[CDMA_ALPHA_INFO_BUFFER_LENGTH];
} RIL_CDMA_DisplayInfoRecord;
/* Called Party Number Info Rec as defined in C.S0005 section 3.7.5.2
Calling Party Number Info Rec as defined in C.S0005 section 3.7.5.3
Connected Number Info Rec as defined in C.S0005 section 3.7.5.4
*/
typedef struct {
char len;
char buf[CDMA_NUMBER_INFO_BUFFER_LENGTH];
char number_type;
char number_plan;
char pi;
char si;
} RIL_CDMA_NumberInfoRecord;
/* Redirecting Number Information Record as defined in C.S0005 section 3.7.5.11 */
typedef enum {
RIL_REDIRECTING_REASON_UNKNOWN = 0,
RIL_REDIRECTING_REASON_CALL_FORWARDING_BUSY = 1,
RIL_REDIRECTING_REASON_CALL_FORWARDING_NO_REPLY = 2,
RIL_REDIRECTING_REASON_CALLED_DTE_OUT_OF_ORDER = 9,
RIL_REDIRECTING_REASON_CALL_FORWARDING_BY_THE_CALLED_DTE = 10,
RIL_REDIRECTING_REASON_CALL_FORWARDING_UNCONDITIONAL = 15,
RIL_REDIRECTING_REASON_RESERVED
} RIL_CDMA_RedirectingReason;
typedef struct {
RIL_CDMA_NumberInfoRecord redirectingNumber;
/* redirectingReason is set to RIL_REDIRECTING_REASON_UNKNOWN if not included */
RIL_CDMA_RedirectingReason redirectingReason;
} RIL_CDMA_RedirectingNumberInfoRecord;
/* Line Control Information Record as defined in C.S0005 section 3.7.5.15 */
typedef struct {
char lineCtrlPolarityIncluded;
char lineCtrlToggle;
char lineCtrlReverse;
char lineCtrlPowerDenial;
} RIL_CDMA_LineControlInfoRecord;
/* T53 CLIR Information Record */
typedef struct {
char cause;
} RIL_CDMA_T53_CLIRInfoRecord;
/* T53 Audio Control Information Record */
typedef struct {
char upLink;
char downLink;
} RIL_CDMA_T53_AudioControlInfoRecord;
typedef struct {
RIL_CDMA_InfoRecName name;
union {
/* Display and Extended Display Info Rec */
RIL_CDMA_DisplayInfoRecord display;
/* Called Party Number, Calling Party Number, Connected Number Info Rec */
RIL_CDMA_NumberInfoRecord number;
/* Signal Info Rec */
RIL_CDMA_SignalInfoRecord signal;
/* Redirecting Number Info Rec */
RIL_CDMA_RedirectingNumberInfoRecord redir;
/* Line Control Info Rec */
RIL_CDMA_LineControlInfoRecord lineCtrl;
/* T53 CLIR Info Rec */
RIL_CDMA_T53_CLIRInfoRecord clir;
/* T53 Audio Control Info Rec */
RIL_CDMA_T53_AudioControlInfoRecord audioCtrl;
} rec;
} RIL_CDMA_InformationRecord;
#define RIL_CDMA_MAX_NUMBER_OF_INFO_RECS 10
typedef struct {
char numberOfInfoRecs;
RIL_CDMA_InformationRecord infoRec[RIL_CDMA_MAX_NUMBER_OF_INFO_RECS];
} RIL_CDMA_InformationRecords;
/* See RIL_REQUEST_NV_READ_ITEM */
typedef struct {
RIL_NV_Item itemID;
} RIL_NV_ReadItem;
/* See RIL_REQUEST_NV_WRITE_ITEM */
typedef struct {
RIL_NV_Item itemID;
char * value;
} RIL_NV_WriteItem;
typedef enum {
HANDOVER_STARTED = 0,
HANDOVER_COMPLETED = 1,
HANDOVER_FAILED = 2,
HANDOVER_CANCELED = 3
} RIL_SrvccState;
/* hardware configuration reported to RILJ. */
typedef enum {
RIL_HARDWARE_CONFIG_MODEM = 0,
RIL_HARDWARE_CONFIG_SIM = 1,
} RIL_HardwareConfig_Type;
typedef enum {
RIL_HARDWARE_CONFIG_STATE_ENABLED = 0,
RIL_HARDWARE_CONFIG_STATE_STANDBY = 1,
RIL_HARDWARE_CONFIG_STATE_DISABLED = 2,
} RIL_HardwareConfig_State;
typedef struct {
int rilModel;
uint32_t rat; /* bitset - ref. RIL_RadioTechnology. */
int maxVoice;
int maxData;
int maxStandby;
} RIL_HardwareConfig_Modem;
typedef struct {
char modemUuid[MAX_UUID_LENGTH];
} RIL_HardwareConfig_Sim;
typedef struct {
RIL_HardwareConfig_Type type;
char uuid[MAX_UUID_LENGTH];
RIL_HardwareConfig_State state;
union {
RIL_HardwareConfig_Modem modem;
RIL_HardwareConfig_Sim sim;
} cfg;
} RIL_HardwareConfig;
typedef enum {
SS_CFU,
SS_CF_BUSY,
SS_CF_NO_REPLY,
SS_CF_NOT_REACHABLE,
SS_CF_ALL,
SS_CF_ALL_CONDITIONAL,
SS_CLIP,
SS_CLIR,
SS_COLP,
SS_COLR,
SS_WAIT,
SS_BAOC,
SS_BAOIC,
SS_BAOIC_EXC_HOME,
SS_BAIC,
SS_BAIC_ROAMING,
SS_ALL_BARRING,
SS_OUTGOING_BARRING,
SS_INCOMING_BARRING
} RIL_SsServiceType;
typedef enum {
SS_ACTIVATION,
SS_DEACTIVATION,
SS_INTERROGATION,
SS_REGISTRATION,
SS_ERASURE
} RIL_SsRequestType;
typedef enum {
SS_ALL_TELE_AND_BEARER_SERVICES,
SS_ALL_TELESEVICES,
SS_TELEPHONY,
SS_ALL_DATA_TELESERVICES,
SS_SMS_SERVICES,
SS_ALL_TELESERVICES_EXCEPT_SMS
} RIL_SsTeleserviceType;
#define SS_INFO_MAX 4
#define NUM_SERVICE_CLASSES 7
typedef struct {
int numValidIndexes; /* This gives the number of valid values in cfInfo.
For example if voice is forwarded to one number and data
is forwarded to a different one then numValidIndexes will be
2 indicating total number of valid values in cfInfo.
Similarly if all the services are forwarded to the same
number then the value of numValidIndexes will be 1. */
RIL_CallForwardInfo cfInfo[NUM_SERVICE_CLASSES]; /* This is the response data
for SS request to query call
forward status. see
RIL_REQUEST_QUERY_CALL_FORWARD_STATUS */
} RIL_CfData;
typedef struct {
RIL_SsServiceType serviceType;
RIL_SsRequestType requestType;
RIL_SsTeleserviceType teleserviceType;
int serviceClass;
RIL_Errno result;
union {
int ssInfo[SS_INFO_MAX]; /* This is the response data for most of the SS GET/SET
RIL requests. E.g. RIL_REQUSET_GET_CLIR returns
two ints, so first two values of ssInfo[] will be
used for response if serviceType is SS_CLIR and
requestType is SS_INTERROGATION */
RIL_CfData cfData;
};
} RIL_StkCcUnsolSsResponse;
/**
* Data connection power state
*/
typedef enum {
RIL_DC_POWER_STATE_LOW = 1, // Low power state
RIL_DC_POWER_STATE_MEDIUM = 2, // Medium power state
RIL_DC_POWER_STATE_HIGH = 3, // High power state
RIL_DC_POWER_STATE_UNKNOWN = INT32_MAX // Unknown state
} RIL_DcPowerStates;
/**
* Data connection real time info
*/
typedef struct {
uint64_t time; // Time in nanos as returned by ril_nano_time
RIL_DcPowerStates powerState; // Current power state
} RIL_DcRtInfo;
/**
* Data profile to modem
*/
typedef struct {
/* id of the data profile */
int profileId;
/* the APN to connect to */
char* apn;
/** one of the PDP_type values in TS 27.007 section 10.1.1.
* For example, "IP", "IPV6", "IPV4V6", or "PPP".
*/
char* protocol;
/** authentication protocol used for this PDP context
* (None: 0, PAP: 1, CHAP: 2, PAP&CHAP: 3)
*/
int authType;
/* the username for APN, or NULL */
char* user;
/* the password for APN, or NULL */
char* password;
/* the profile type, TYPE_COMMON-0, TYPE_3GPP-1, TYPE_3GPP2-2 */
int type;
/* the period in seconds to limit the maximum connections */
int maxConnsTime;
/* the maximum connections during maxConnsTime */
int maxConns;
/** the required wait time in seconds after a successful UE initiated
* disconnect of a given PDN connection before the device can send
* a new PDN connection request for that given PDN
*/
int waitTime;
/* true to enable the profile, 0 to disable, 1 to enable */
int enabled;
} RIL_DataProfileInfo;
typedef struct {
/* id of the data profile */
int profileId;
/* the APN to connect to */
char* apn;
/** one of the PDP_type values in TS 27.007 section 10.1.1.
* For example, "IP", "IPV6", "IPV4V6", or "PPP".
*/
char* protocol;
/** one of the PDP_type values in TS 27.007 section 10.1.1 used on roaming network.
* For example, "IP", "IPV6", "IPV4V6", or "PPP".
*/
char *roamingProtocol;
/** authentication protocol used for this PDP context
* (None: 0, PAP: 1, CHAP: 2, PAP&CHAP: 3)
*/
int authType;
/* the username for APN, or NULL */
char* user;
/* the password for APN, or NULL */
char* password;
/* the profile type, TYPE_COMMON-0, TYPE_3GPP-1, TYPE_3GPP2-2 */
int type;
/* the period in seconds to limit the maximum connections */
int maxConnsTime;
/* the maximum connections during maxConnsTime */
int maxConns;
/** the required wait time in seconds after a successful UE initiated
* disconnect of a given PDN connection before the device can send
* a new PDN connection request for that given PDN
*/
int waitTime;
/* true to enable the profile, 0 to disable, 1 to enable */
int enabled;
/* supported APN types bitmask. See RIL_ApnTypes for the value of each bit. */
int supportedTypesBitmask;
/** the bearer bitmask. See RIL_RadioAccessFamily for the value of each bit. */
int bearerBitmask;
/** maximum transmission unit (MTU) size in bytes */
int mtu;
/** the MVNO type: possible values are "imsi", "gid", "spn" */
char *mvnoType;
/** MVNO match data. Can be anything defined by the carrier. For example,
* SPN like: "A MOBILE", "BEN NL", etc...
* IMSI like: "302720x94", "2060188", etc...
* GID like: "4E", "33", etc...
*/
char *mvnoMatchData;
} RIL_DataProfileInfo_v15;
/* Tx Power Levels */
#define RIL_NUM_TX_POWER_LEVELS 5
/**
* Aggregate modem activity information
*/
typedef struct {
/* total time (in ms) when modem is in a low power or
* sleep state
*/
uint32_t sleep_mode_time_ms;
/* total time (in ms) when modem is awake but neither
* the transmitter nor receiver are active/awake */
uint32_t idle_mode_time_ms;
/* total time (in ms) during which the transmitter is active/awake,
* subdivided by manufacturer-defined device-specific
* contiguous increasing ranges of transmit power between
* 0 and the transmitter's maximum transmit power.
*/
uint32_t tx_mode_time_ms[RIL_NUM_TX_POWER_LEVELS];
/* total time (in ms) for which receiver is active/awake and
* the transmitter is inactive */
uint32_t rx_mode_time_ms;
} RIL_ActivityStatsInfo;
typedef enum {
RIL_APN_TYPE_UNKNOWN = 0x0, // Unknown
RIL_APN_TYPE_DEFAULT = 0x1, // APN type for default data traffic
RIL_APN_TYPE_MMS = 0x2, // APN type for MMS traffic
RIL_APN_TYPE_SUPL = 0x4, // APN type for SUPL assisted GPS
RIL_APN_TYPE_DUN = 0x8, // APN type for DUN traffic
RIL_APN_TYPE_HIPRI = 0x10, // APN type for HiPri traffic
RIL_APN_TYPE_FOTA = 0x20, // APN type for FOTA
RIL_APN_TYPE_IMS = 0x40, // APN type for IMS
RIL_APN_TYPE_CBS = 0x80, // APN type for CBS
RIL_APN_TYPE_IA = 0x100, // APN type for IA Initial Attach APN
RIL_APN_TYPE_EMERGENCY = 0x200, // APN type for Emergency PDN. This is not an IA apn,
// but is used for access to carrier services in an
// emergency call situation.
RIL_APN_TYPE_ALL = 0xFFFFFFFF // All APN types
} RIL_ApnTypes;
typedef enum {
RIL_DST_POWER_SAVE_MODE, // Device power save mode (provided by PowerManager)
// True indicates the device is in power save mode.
RIL_DST_CHARGING_STATE, // Device charging state (provided by BatteryManager)
// True indicates the device is charging.
RIL_DST_LOW_DATA_EXPECTED // Low data expected mode. True indicates low data traffic
// is expected, for example, when the device is idle
// (e.g. not doing tethering in the background). Note
// this doesn't mean no data is expected.
} RIL_DeviceStateType;
typedef enum {
RIL_UR_SIGNAL_STRENGTH = 0x01, // When this bit is set, modem should always send the
// signal strength update through
// RIL_UNSOL_SIGNAL_STRENGTH, otherwise suppress it.
RIL_UR_FULL_NETWORK_STATE = 0x02, // When this bit is set, modem should always send
// RIL_UNSOL_RESPONSE_VOICE_NETWORK_STATE_CHANGED
// when any field in
// RIL_REQUEST_VOICE_REGISTRATION_STATE or
// RIL_REQUEST_DATA_REGISTRATION_STATE changes. When
// this bit is not set, modem should suppress
// RIL_UNSOL_RESPONSE_VOICE_NETWORK_STATE_CHANGED
// only when insignificant fields change
// (e.g. cell info).
// Modem should continue sending
// RIL_UNSOL_RESPONSE_VOICE_NETWORK_STATE_CHANGED
// when significant fields are updated even when this
// bit is not set. The following fields are
// considered significant, registration state and
// radio technology.
RIL_UR_DATA_CALL_DORMANCY_CHANGED = 0x04 // When this bit is set, modem should send the data
// call list changed unsolicited response
// RIL_UNSOL_DATA_CALL_LIST_CHANGED whenever any
// field in RIL_Data_Call_Response changes.
// Otherwise modem should suppress the unsolicited
// response when the only changed field is 'active'
// (for data dormancy). For all other fields change,
// modem should continue sending
// RIL_UNSOL_DATA_CALL_LIST_CHANGED regardless this
// bit is set or not.
} RIL_UnsolicitedResponseFilter;
typedef struct {
char * aidPtr; /* AID value, See ETSI 102.221 and 101.220*/
int p2; /* P2 parameter (described in ISO 7816-4)
P2Constants:NO_P2 if to be ignored */
} RIL_OpenChannelParams;
typedef enum {
RIL_ONE_SHOT = 0x01, // Performs the scan only once
RIL_PERIODIC = 0x02 // Performs the scan periodically until cancelled
} RIL_ScanType;
typedef enum {
GERAN = 0x01, // GSM EDGE Radio Access Network
UTRAN = 0x02, // Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network
EUTRAN = 0x03, // Evolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network
} RIL_RadioAccessNetworks;
typedef enum {
GERAN_BAND_T380 = 1,
GERAN_BAND_T410 = 2,
GERAN_BAND_450 = 3,
GERAN_BAND_480 = 4,
GERAN_BAND_710 = 5,
GERAN_BAND_750 = 6,
GERAN_BAND_T810 = 7,
GERAN_BAND_850 = 8,
GERAN_BAND_P900 = 9,
GERAN_BAND_E900 = 10,
GERAN_BAND_R900 = 11,
GERAN_BAND_DCS1800 = 12,
GERAN_BAND_PCS1900 = 13,
GERAN_BAND_ER900 = 14,
} RIL_GeranBands;
typedef enum {
UTRAN_BAND_1 = 1,
UTRAN_BAND_2 = 2,
UTRAN_BAND_3 = 3,
UTRAN_BAND_4 = 4,
UTRAN_BAND_5 = 5,
UTRAN_BAND_6 = 6,
UTRAN_BAND_7 = 7,
UTRAN_BAND_8 = 8,
UTRAN_BAND_9 = 9,
UTRAN_BAND_10 = 10,
UTRAN_BAND_11 = 11,
UTRAN_BAND_12 = 12,
UTRAN_BAND_13 = 13,
UTRAN_BAND_14 = 14,
UTRAN_BAND_19 = 19,
UTRAN_BAND_20 = 20,
UTRAN_BAND_21 = 21,
UTRAN_BAND_22 = 22,
UTRAN_BAND_25 = 25,
UTRAN_BAND_26 = 26,
} RIL_UtranBands;
typedef enum {
EUTRAN_BAND_1 = 1,
EUTRAN_BAND_2 = 2,
EUTRAN_BAND_3 = 3,
EUTRAN_BAND_4 = 4,
EUTRAN_BAND_5 = 5,
EUTRAN_BAND_6 = 6,
EUTRAN_BAND_7 = 7,
EUTRAN_BAND_8 = 8,
EUTRAN_BAND_9 = 9,
EUTRAN_BAND_10 = 10,
EUTRAN_BAND_11 = 11,
EUTRAN_BAND_12 = 12,
EUTRAN_BAND_13 = 13,
EUTRAN_BAND_14 = 14,
EUTRAN_BAND_17 = 17,
EUTRAN_BAND_18 = 18,
EUTRAN_BAND_19 = 19,
EUTRAN_BAND_20 = 20,
EUTRAN_BAND_21 = 21,
EUTRAN_BAND_22 = 22,
EUTRAN_BAND_23 = 23,
EUTRAN_BAND_24 = 24,
EUTRAN_BAND_25 = 25,
EUTRAN_BAND_26 = 26,
EUTRAN_BAND_27 = 27,
EUTRAN_BAND_28 = 28,
EUTRAN_BAND_30 = 30,
EUTRAN_BAND_31 = 31,
EUTRAN_BAND_33 = 33,
EUTRAN_BAND_34 = 34,
EUTRAN_BAND_35 = 35,
EUTRAN_BAND_36 = 36,
EUTRAN_BAND_37 = 37,
EUTRAN_BAND_38 = 38,
EUTRAN_BAND_39 = 39,
EUTRAN_BAND_40 = 40,
EUTRAN_BAND_41 = 41,
EUTRAN_BAND_42 = 42,
EUTRAN_BAND_43 = 43,
EUTRAN_BAND_44 = 44,
EUTRAN_BAND_45 = 45,
EUTRAN_BAND_46 = 46,
EUTRAN_BAND_47 = 47,
EUTRAN_BAND_48 = 48,
EUTRAN_BAND_65 = 65,
EUTRAN_BAND_66 = 66,
EUTRAN_BAND_68 = 68,
EUTRAN_BAND_70 = 70,
} RIL_EutranBands;
typedef struct {
RIL_RadioAccessNetworks radio_access_network; // The type of network to scan.
uint32_t bands_length; // Length of bands
union {
RIL_GeranBands geran_bands[MAX_BANDS];
RIL_UtranBands utran_bands[MAX_BANDS];
RIL_EutranBands eutran_bands[MAX_BANDS];
} bands;
uint32_t channels_length; // Length of channels
uint32_t channels[MAX_CHANNELS]; // Frequency channels to scan
} RIL_RadioAccessSpecifier;
typedef struct {
RIL_ScanType type; // Type of the scan
int32_t interval; // Time interval in seconds
// between periodic scans, only
// valid when type=RIL_PERIODIC
uint32_t specifiers_length; // Length of specifiers
RIL_RadioAccessSpecifier specifiers[MAX_RADIO_ACCESS_NETWORKS]; // Radio access networks
// with bands/channels.
} RIL_NetworkScanRequest;
typedef enum {
PARTIAL = 0x01, // The result contains a part of the scan results
COMPLETE = 0x02, // The result contains the last part of the scan results
} RIL_ScanStatus;
typedef struct {
RIL_ScanStatus status; // The status of the scan
uint32_t network_infos_length; // Total length of RIL_CellInfo
RIL_CellInfo_v12* network_infos; // List of network information
} RIL_NetworkScanResult;
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_GET_SIM_STATUS
*
* Requests status of the SIM interface and the SIM card
*
* "data" is NULL
*
* "response" is const RIL_CardStatus_v6 *
*
* Valid errors:
*
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_MEMORY
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_GET_SIM_STATUS 1
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_ENTER_SIM_PIN
*
* Supplies SIM PIN. Only called if RIL_CardStatus has RIL_APPSTATE_PIN state
*
* "data" is const char **
* ((const char **)data)[0] is PIN value
* ((const char **)data)[1] is AID value, See ETSI 102.221 8.1 and 101.220 4, NULL if no value.
*
* "response" is int *
* ((int *)response)[0] is the number of retries remaining, or -1 if unknown
*
* Valid errors:
*
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* PASSWORD_INCORRECT
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_MEMORY
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* INVALID_SIM_STATE
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_ENTER_SIM_PIN 2
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_ENTER_SIM_PUK
*
* Supplies SIM PUK and new PIN.
*
* "data" is const char **
* ((const char **)data)[0] is PUK value
* ((const char **)data)[1] is new PIN value
* ((const char **)data)[2] is AID value, See ETSI 102.221 8.1 and 101.220 4, NULL if no value.
*
* "response" is int *
* ((int *)response)[0] is the number of retries remaining, or -1 if unknown
*
* Valid errors:
*
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* PASSWORD_INCORRECT
* (PUK is invalid)
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_MEMORY
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* INVALID_SIM_STATE
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_ENTER_SIM_PUK 3
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_ENTER_SIM_PIN2
*
* Supplies SIM PIN2. Only called following operation where SIM_PIN2 was
* returned as a a failure from a previous operation.
*
* "data" is const char **
* ((const char **)data)[0] is PIN2 value
* ((const char **)data)[1] is AID value, See ETSI 102.221 8.1 and 101.220 4, NULL if no value.
*
* "response" is int *
* ((int *)response)[0] is the number of retries remaining, or -1 if unknown
*
* Valid errors:
*
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* PASSWORD_INCORRECT
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_MEMORY
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* INVALID_SIM_STATE
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_ENTER_SIM_PIN2 4
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_ENTER_SIM_PUK2
*
* Supplies SIM PUK2 and new PIN2.
*
* "data" is const char **
* ((const char **)data)[0] is PUK2 value
* ((const char **)data)[1] is new PIN2 value
* ((const char **)data)[2] is AID value, See ETSI 102.221 8.1 and 101.220 4, NULL if no value.
*
* "response" is int *
* ((int *)response)[0] is the number of retries remaining, or -1 if unknown
*
* Valid errors:
*
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* PASSWORD_INCORRECT
* (PUK2 is invalid)
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_MEMORY
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* INVALID_SIM_STATE
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_ENTER_SIM_PUK2 5
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_CHANGE_SIM_PIN
*
* Supplies old SIM PIN and new PIN.
*
* "data" is const char **
* ((const char **)data)[0] is old PIN value
* ((const char **)data)[1] is new PIN value
* ((const char **)data)[2] is AID value, See ETSI 102.221 8.1 and 101.220 4, NULL if no value.
*
* "response" is int *
* ((int *)response)[0] is the number of retries remaining, or -1 if unknown
*
* Valid errors:
*
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* PASSWORD_INCORRECT
* (old PIN is invalid)
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_MEMORY
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* INVALID_SIM_STATE
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_CHANGE_SIM_PIN 6
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_CHANGE_SIM_PIN2
*
* Supplies old SIM PIN2 and new PIN2.
*
* "data" is const char **
* ((const char **)data)[0] is old PIN2 value
* ((const char **)data)[1] is new PIN2 value
* ((const char **)data)[2] is AID value, See ETSI 102.221 8.1 and 101.220 4, NULL if no value.
*
* "response" is int *
* ((int *)response)[0] is the number of retries remaining, or -1 if unknown
*
* Valid errors:
*
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* PASSWORD_INCORRECT
* (old PIN2 is invalid)
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_MEMORY
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* INVALID_SIM_STATE
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_CHANGE_SIM_PIN2 7
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_ENTER_NETWORK_DEPERSONALIZATION
*
* Requests that network personlization be deactivated
*
* "data" is const char **
* ((const char **)(data))[0]] is network depersonlization code
*
* "response" is int *
* ((int *)response)[0] is the number of retries remaining, or -1 if unknown
*
* Valid errors:
*
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* PASSWORD_INCORRECT
* SIM_ABSENT
* (code is invalid)
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_MEMORY
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_ENTER_NETWORK_DEPERSONALIZATION 8
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_GET_CURRENT_CALLS
*
* Requests current call list
*
* "data" is NULL
*
* "response" must be a "const RIL_Call **"
*
* Valid errors:
*
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* NO_MEMORY
* (request will be made again in a few hundred msec)
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_GET_CURRENT_CALLS 9
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_DIAL
*
* Initiate voice call
*
* "data" is const RIL_Dial *
* "response" is NULL
*
* This method is never used for supplementary service codes
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* DIAL_MODIFIED_TO_USSD
* DIAL_MODIFIED_TO_SS
* DIAL_MODIFIED_TO_DIAL
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* NO_MEMORY
* INVALID_STATE
* NO_RESOURCES
* INTERNAL_ERR
* FDN_CHECK_FAILURE
* MODEM_ERR
* NO_SUBSCRIPTION
* NO_NETWORK_FOUND
* INVALID_CALL_ID
* DEVICE_IN_USE
* OPERATION_NOT_ALLOWED
* ABORTED
* CANCELLED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_DIAL 10
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_GET_IMSI
*
* Get the SIM IMSI
*
* Only valid when radio state is "RADIO_STATE_ON"
*
* "data" is const char **
* ((const char **)data)[0] is AID value, See ETSI 102.221 8.1 and 101.220 4, NULL if no value.
* "response" is a const char * containing the IMSI
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_MEMORY
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* INVALID_SIM_STATE
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_GET_IMSI 11
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_HANGUP
*
* Hang up a specific line (like AT+CHLD=1x)
*
* After this HANGUP request returns, RIL should show the connection is NOT
* active anymore in next RIL_REQUEST_GET_CURRENT_CALLS query.
*
* "data" is an int *
* (int *)data)[0] contains Connection index (value of 'x' in CHLD above)
*
* "response" is NULL
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* NO_MEMORY
* INVALID_STATE
* MODEM_ERR
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_MEMORY
* INVALID_CALL_ID
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_HANGUP 12
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_HANGUP_WAITING_OR_BACKGROUND
*
* Hang up waiting or held (like AT+CHLD=0)
*
* After this HANGUP request returns, RIL should show the connection is NOT
* active anymore in next RIL_REQUEST_GET_CURRENT_CALLS query.
*
* "data" is NULL
* "response" is NULL
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* INVALID_STATE
* NO_MEMORY
* MODEM_ERR
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_MEMORY
* INVALID_CALL_ID
* NO_RESOURCES
* OPERATION_NOT_ALLOWED
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_HANGUP_WAITING_OR_BACKGROUND 13
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_HANGUP_FOREGROUND_RESUME_BACKGROUND
*
* Hang up waiting or held (like AT+CHLD=1)
*
* After this HANGUP request returns, RIL should show the connection is NOT
* active anymore in next RIL_REQUEST_GET_CURRENT_CALLS query.
*
* "data" is NULL
* "response" is NULL
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* INVALID_STATE
* NO_MEMORY
* MODEM_ERR
* INTERNAL_ERR
* INVALID_CALL_ID
* OPERATION_NOT_ALLOWED
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_HANGUP_FOREGROUND_RESUME_BACKGROUND 14
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_SWITCH_WAITING_OR_HOLDING_AND_ACTIVE
*
* Switch waiting or holding call and active call (like AT+CHLD=2)
*
* State transitions should be is follows:
*
* If call 1 is waiting and call 2 is active, then if this re
*
* BEFORE AFTER
* Call 1 Call 2 Call 1 Call 2
* ACTIVE HOLDING HOLDING ACTIVE
* ACTIVE WAITING HOLDING ACTIVE
* HOLDING WAITING HOLDING ACTIVE
* ACTIVE IDLE HOLDING IDLE
* IDLE IDLE IDLE IDLE
*
* "data" is NULL
* "response" is NULL
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* INVALID_STATE
* NO_MEMORY
* MODEM_ERR
* INTERNAL_ERR
* INVALID_STATE
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* INVALID_CALL_ID
* OPERATION_NOT_ALLOWED
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_SWITCH_WAITING_OR_HOLDING_AND_ACTIVE 15
#define RIL_REQUEST_SWITCH_HOLDING_AND_ACTIVE 15
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_CONFERENCE
*
* Conference holding and active (like AT+CHLD=3)
* "data" is NULL
* "response" is NULL
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* NO_MEMORY
* MODEM_ERR
* INTERNAL_ERR
* INVALID_STATE
* INVALID_CALL_ID
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* OPERATION_NOT_ALLOWED
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_CONFERENCE 16
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_UDUB
*
* Send UDUB (user determined used busy) to ringing or
* waiting call answer)(RIL_BasicRequest r);
*
* "data" is NULL
* "response" is NULL
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE (radio resetting)
* INVALID_STATE
* NO_RESOURCES
* NO_MEMORY
* MODEM_ERR
* INTERNAL_ERR
* INVALID_CALL_ID
* OPERATION_NOT_ALLOWED
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* CANCELLED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_UDUB 17
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_LAST_CALL_FAIL_CAUSE
*
* Requests the failure cause code for the most recently terminated call
*
* "data" is NULL
* "response" is a const RIL_LastCallFailCauseInfo *
* RIL_LastCallFailCauseInfo contains LastCallFailCause and vendor cause.
* The vendor cause code must be used for debugging purpose only.
* The implementation must return one of the values of LastCallFailCause
* as mentioned below.
*
* GSM failure reasons codes for the cause codes defined in TS 24.008 Annex H
* where possible.
* CDMA failure reasons codes for the possible call failure scenarios
* described in the "CDMA IS-2000 Release A (C.S0005-A v6.0)" standard.
* Any of the following reason codes if the call is failed or dropped due to reason
* mentioned with in the braces.
*
* CALL_FAIL_RADIO_OFF (Radio is OFF)
* CALL_FAIL_OUT_OF_SERVICE (No cell coverage)
* CALL_FAIL_NO_VALID_SIM (No valid SIM)
* CALL_FAIL_RADIO_INTERNAL_ERROR (Modem hit unexpected error scenario)
* CALL_FAIL_NETWORK_RESP_TIMEOUT (No response from network)
* CALL_FAIL_NETWORK_REJECT (Explicit network reject)
* CALL_FAIL_RADIO_ACCESS_FAILURE (RRC connection failure. Eg.RACH)
* CALL_FAIL_RADIO_LINK_FAILURE (Radio Link Failure)
* CALL_FAIL_RADIO_LINK_LOST (Radio link lost due to poor coverage)
* CALL_FAIL_RADIO_UPLINK_FAILURE (Radio uplink failure)
* CALL_FAIL_RADIO_SETUP_FAILURE (RRC connection setup failure)
* CALL_FAIL_RADIO_RELEASE_NORMAL (RRC connection release, normal)
* CALL_FAIL_RADIO_RELEASE_ABNORMAL (RRC connection release, abnormal)
* CALL_FAIL_ACCESS_CLASS_BLOCKED (Access class barring)
* CALL_FAIL_NETWORK_DETACH (Explicit network detach)
*
* OEM causes (CALL_FAIL_OEM_CAUSE_XX) must be used for debug purpose only
*
* If the implementation does not have access to the exact cause codes,
* then it should return one of the values listed in RIL_LastCallFailCause,
* as the UI layer needs to distinguish these cases for tone generation or
* error notification.
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE
* NO_MEMORY
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*
* See also: RIL_REQUEST_LAST_DATA_CALL_FAIL_CAUSE
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_LAST_CALL_FAIL_CAUSE 18
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_SIGNAL_STRENGTH
*
* Requests current signal strength and associated information
*
* Must succeed if radio is on.
*
* "data" is NULL
*
* "response" is a const RIL_SignalStrength *
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE
* NO_MEMORY
* INTERNAL_ERR
* SYSTEM_ERR
* MODEM_ERR
* NOT_PROVISIONED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_SIGNAL_STRENGTH 19
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_VOICE_REGISTRATION_STATE
*
* Request current registration state
*
* "data" is NULL
* "response" is a const RIL_VoiceRegistrationStateResponse *
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_MEMORY
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_VOICE_REGISTRATION_STATE 20
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_DATA_REGISTRATION_STATE
*
* Request current DATA registration state
*
* "data" is NULL
* "response" is a const RIL_DataRegistrationStateResponse *
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE
* NO_MEMORY
* INTERNAL_ERR
* SYSTEM_ERR
* MODEM_ERR
* NOT_PROVISIONED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_DATA_REGISTRATION_STATE 21
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_OPERATOR
*
* Request current operator ONS or EONS
*
* "data" is NULL
* "response" is a "const char **"
* ((const char **)response)[0] is long alpha ONS or EONS
* or NULL if unregistered
*
* ((const char **)response)[1] is short alpha ONS or EONS
* or NULL if unregistered
* ((const char **)response)[2] is 5 or 6 digit numeric code (MCC + MNC)
* or NULL if unregistered
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE
* NO_MEMORY
* INTERNAL_ERR
* SYSTEM_ERR
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_OPERATOR 22
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_RADIO_POWER
*
* Toggle radio on and off (for "airplane" mode)
* If the radio is is turned off/on the radio modem subsystem
* is expected return to an initialized state. For instance,
* any voice and data calls will be terminated and all associated
* lists emptied.
*
* "data" is int *
* ((int *)data)[0] is > 0 for "Radio On"
* ((int *)data)[0] is == 0 for "Radio Off"
*
* "response" is NULL
*
* Turn radio on if "on" > 0
* Turn radio off if "on" == 0
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE
* OPERATION_NOT_ALLOWED
* INVALID_STATE
* NO_MEMORY
* INTERNAL_ERR
* SYSTEM_ERR
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* MODEM_ERR
* DEVICE_IN_USE
* OPERATION_NOT_ALLOWED
* INVALID_MODEM_STATE
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_RADIO_POWER 23
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_DTMF
*
* Send a DTMF tone
*
* If the implementation is currently playing a tone requested via
* RIL_REQUEST_DTMF_START, that tone should be cancelled and the new tone
* should be played instead
*
* "data" is a char * containing a single character with one of 12 values: 0-9,*,#
* "response" is NULL
*
* FIXME should this block/mute microphone?
* How does this interact with local DTMF feedback?
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* NO_RESOURCES
* NO_MEMORY
* MODEM_ERR
* INTERNAL_ERR
* INVALID_CALL_ID
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* INVALID_MODEM_STATE
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*
* See also: RIL_REQUEST_DTMF_STOP, RIL_REQUEST_DTMF_START
*
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_DTMF 24
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_SEND_SMS
*
* Send an SMS message
*
* "data" is const char **
* ((const char **)data)[0] is SMSC address in GSM BCD format prefixed
* by a length byte (as expected by TS 27.005) or NULL for default SMSC
* ((const char **)data)[1] is SMS in PDU format as an ASCII hex string
* less the SMSC address
* TP-Layer-Length is be "strlen(((const char **)data)[1])/2"
*
* "response" is a const RIL_SMS_Response *
*
* Based on the return error, caller decides to resend if sending sms
* fails. SMS_SEND_FAIL_RETRY means retry (i.e. error cause is 332)
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE
* SMS_SEND_FAIL_RETRY
* FDN_CHECK_FAILURE
* NETWORK_REJECT
* INVALID_STATE
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* NO_MEMORY
* REQUEST_RATE_LIMITED
* INVALID_SMS_FORMAT
* SYSTEM_ERR
* ENCODING_ERR
* INVALID_SMSC_ADDRESS
* MODEM_ERR
* NETWORK_ERR
* OPERATION_NOT_ALLOWED
* NO_MEMORY
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
* MODE_NOT_SUPPORTED
* SIM_ABSENT
*
* FIXME how do we specify TP-Message-Reference if we need to resend?
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_SEND_SMS 25
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_SEND_SMS_EXPECT_MORE
*
* Send an SMS message. Identical to RIL_REQUEST_SEND_SMS,
* except that more messages are expected to be sent soon. If possible,
* keep SMS relay protocol link open (eg TS 27.005 AT+CMMS command)
*
* "data" is const char **
* ((const char **)data)[0] is SMSC address in GSM BCD format prefixed
* by a length byte (as expected by TS 27.005) or NULL for default SMSC
* ((const char **)data)[1] is SMS in PDU format as an ASCII hex string
* less the SMSC address
* TP-Layer-Length is be "strlen(((const char **)data)[1])/2"
*
* "response" is a const RIL_SMS_Response *
*
* Based on the return error, caller decides to resend if sending sms
* fails. SMS_SEND_FAIL_RETRY means retry (i.e. error cause is 332)
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE
* SMS_SEND_FAIL_RETRY
* NETWORK_REJECT
* INVALID_STATE
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS
* NO_MEMORY
* INVALID_SMS_FORMAT
* SYSTEM_ERR
* REQUEST_RATE_LIMITED
* FDN_CHECK_FAILURE
* MODEM_ERR
* NETWORK_ERR
* ENCODING_ERR
* INVALID_SMSC_ADDRESS
* OPERATION_NOT_ALLOWED
* INTERNAL_ERR
* NO_RESOURCES
* CANCELLED
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
* MODE_NOT_SUPPORTED
* SIM_ABSENT
*
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_SEND_SMS_EXPECT_MORE 26
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_SETUP_DATA_CALL
*
* Setup a packet data connection. If RIL_Data_Call_Response_v6.status
* return success it is added to the list of data calls and a
* RIL_UNSOL_DATA_CALL_LIST_CHANGED is sent. The call remains in the
* list until RIL_REQUEST_DEACTIVATE_DATA_CALL is issued or the
* radio is powered off/on. This list is returned by RIL_REQUEST_DATA_CALL_LIST
* and RIL_UNSOL_DATA_CALL_LIST_CHANGED.
*
* The RIL is expected to:
* - Create one data call context.
* - Create and configure a dedicated interface for the context
* - The interface must be point to point.
* - The interface is configured with one or more addresses and
* is capable of sending and receiving packets. The prefix length
* of the addresses must be /32 for IPv4 and /128 for IPv6.
* - Must NOT change the linux routing table.
* - Support up to RIL_REQUEST_DATA_REGISTRATION_STATE response[5]
* number of simultaneous data call contexts.
*
* "data" is a const char **
* ((const char **)data)[0] Radio technology to use: 0-CDMA, 1-GSM/UMTS, 2...
* for values above 2 this is RIL_RadioTechnology + 2.
* ((const char **)data)[1] is a RIL_DataProfile (support is optional)
* ((const char **)data)[2] is the APN to connect to if radio technology is GSM/UMTS. This APN will
* override the one in the profile. NULL indicates no APN overrride.
* ((const char **)data)[3] is the username for APN, or NULL
* ((const char **)data)[4] is the password for APN, or NULL
* ((const char **)data)[5] is the PAP / CHAP auth type. Values:
* 0 => PAP and CHAP is never performed.
* 1 => PAP may be performed; CHAP is never performed.
* 2 => CHAP may be performed; PAP is never performed.
* 3 => PAP / CHAP may be performed - baseband dependent.
* ((const char **)data)[6] is the non-roaming/home connection type to request. Must be one of the
* PDP_type values in TS 27.007 section 10.1.1.
* For example, "IP", "IPV6", "IPV4V6", or "PPP".
* ((const char **)data)[7] is the roaming connection type to request. Must be one of the
* PDP_type values in TS 27.007 section 10.1.1.
* For example, "IP", "IPV6", "IPV4V6", or "PPP".
* ((const char **)data)[8] is the bitmask of APN type in decimal string format. The
* bitmask will encapsulate the following values:
* ia,mms,agps,supl,hipri,fota,dun,ims,default.
* ((const char **)data)[9] is the bearer bitmask in decimal string format. Each bit is a
* RIL_RadioAccessFamily. "0" or NULL indicates all RATs.
* ((const char **)data)[10] is the boolean in string format indicating the APN setting was
* sent to the modem through RIL_REQUEST_SET_DATA_PROFILE earlier.
* ((const char **)data)[11] is the mtu size in bytes of the mobile interface to which
* the apn is connected.
* ((const char **)data)[12] is the MVNO type:
* possible values are "imsi", "gid", "spn".
* ((const char **)data)[13] is MVNO match data in string. Can be anything defined by the carrier.
* For example,
* SPN like: "A MOBILE", "BEN NL", etc...
* IMSI like: "302720x94", "2060188", etc...
* GID like: "4E", "33", etc...
* ((const char **)data)[14] is the boolean string indicating data roaming is allowed or not. "1"
* indicates data roaming is enabled by the user, "0" indicates disabled.
*
* "response" is a RIL_Data_Call_Response_v11
*
* FIXME may need way to configure QoS settings
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS should be returned on both success and failure of setup with
* the RIL_Data_Call_Response_v6.status containing the actual status.
* For all other errors the RIL_Data_Call_Resonse_v6 is ignored.
*
* Other errors could include:
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE, OP_NOT_ALLOWED_BEFORE_REG_TO_NW,
* OP_NOT_ALLOWED_DURING_VOICE_CALL, REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED,
* INVALID_ARGUMENTS, INTERNAL_ERR, NO_MEMORY, NO_RESOURCES,
* CANCELLED and SIM_ABSENT
*
* See also: RIL_REQUEST_DEACTIVATE_DATA_CALL
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_SETUP_DATA_CALL 27
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_SIM_IO
*
* Request SIM I/O operation.
* This is similar to the TS 27.007 "restricted SIM" operation
* where it assumes all of the EF selection will be done by the
* callee.
*
* "data" is a const RIL_SIM_IO_v6 *
* Please note that RIL_SIM_IO has a "PIN2" field which may be NULL,
* or may specify a PIN2 for operations that require a PIN2 (eg
* updating FDN records)
*
* "response" is a const RIL_SIM_IO_Response *
*
* Arguments and responses that are unused for certain
* values of "command" should be ignored or set to NULL
*
* Valid errors:
* SUCCESS
* RADIO_NOT_AVAILABLE
* SIM_PIN2
* SIM_PUK2
* INVALID_SIM_STATE
* SIM_ERR
* REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED
*/
#define RIL_REQUEST_SIM_IO 28
/**
* RIL_REQUEST_SEND_USSD
*
* Send a USSD message
*
* If a USSD session already exists, the message should be sent in the
* context of that session. Otherwise, a new session should be created.
*
* The network reply should be reported via RIL_UNSOL_ON_USSD
*
* Only one USSD session may exist at a time, and the session is assumed
* to exist until:
* a) The android system invokes RIL_REQUEST_CANCEL_USSD
* b) The implementation sends a RIL_UNSOL_ON_USSD with a type code
* of "0" (USSD-Notify/no further action) or "2" (session terminated)