Mobile message type specification - OMA OTA settings SMS
(SMS message type, SMS message format)
OMA OTA settings refer to the setting up of new services,
such as GPRS, MMS and Instant Messaging for an existing subscriber of a mobile
and any gateways for standard Internet chat or mail services. Network operators
send these settings to the subscriber's handset using SMS or WAP as
mobile operating systems accept.
Why it is convenient
If you do not want to set the browser of every phone manually
to enable it to connect to the network or to specify the e-mail settings,
this message type can be used to send the required settings. This way,
the necessary parameters can be set by just pressing one or two buttons.
SMS:WAPPUSH:OMAOTASETTINGS:GPRS for GPRS connection
SMS:WAPPUSH:OMAOTASETTINGS:GSMCSD for GSM/CSD connection
The format of the message data is:
You can modify this structure according to the OMA WAP Provisioning description.
The dark green section can be left out.
The <ozSecurityInfo> element is not included in the OMA WAP Provisioning
It is used to inform the SMS encoding program that you want to use security
Look at an example:
The following example will show you how to send a SyncML DS Settings to a phone
with security settings. The connection is GPRS.
If you use the Database user to send
and receive SMS messages
with Ozeki NG - SMS Gateway,
you can use the following SQL statement to send an OMA OTA Settings message: