Set command

The set command sets the functional mode to Minimum functionality, Normal, or Offline mode (Flight mode). There is a specific mode for Flight mode with Universal Integrated Circuit Card (UICC) on. It is also possible to activate or deactivate LTE or Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) separately.

%XSYSTEMMODE should be used for enabling system modes. It is possible to activate enabled modes. The response to activating a +CFUN mode is ERROR if %XSYSTEMMODE is not properly set.

The response to changing to Normal mode can be ERROR if UICC activation has failed.

Setting the device to Minimum functionality or Offline mode might take some time if signaling with the network is needed.

60 – System error. Hardware variant does not support the requested mode.
532 – Not allowed. Empty International Mobile (Station) Equipment Identity (IMEI) slot locking failed.
533 – Not allowed. Modem Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART) locking failed.

The set command parameter and its defined values are the following:

0 – Sets the device to minimum functionality. Disables both transmit and receive RF circuits and deactivates LTE and GNSS services.
Note: A configuration made with an AT command can be stored to Non-volatile Memory (NVM) using +CFUN=0 if the option is mentioned in the description of the command. This is useful if the command relates to a permanent hardware configuration because it avoids the need to give the command every time in the beginning of the application.

Active %XPOFWARN warning blocks the storing to NVM.v1.3.x≥2

+CFUN=0 resets unsolicited notification requests.

When setting the device to Minimum functionality mode, wait for OK to make sure that NVM has been updated.

+CFUN=0 causes writing to NVM. When using +CFUN=0, take NVM wear into account.
1 – Sets the device to full functionality. Active modes depend on the %XSYSTEMMODE setting.
2 – Sets the device to receive only functionality. Can be used, for example, to pre-evaluate connections with %CONEVAL.v1.3.x
4 – Sets the device to flight mode. Disables both transmit and receive RF circuits and deactivates LTE and GNSS services.
20 – Deactivates LTE without shutting down GNSS services.
21 – Activates LTE without changing GNSS.
30 – Deactivates GNSS without shutting down LTE services.
31 – Activates GNSS without changing LTE.
40 – Deactivates UICC.v1.1.x≥3v1.2.xv1.3.x
41 – Activates UICC.v1.1.x≥3v1.2.xv1.3.x
44 – Sets the device to flight mode without shutting down UICC.

If LTE is enabled with %XSYSTEMMODE, registration is performed to LTE network with +CFUN=1 and +CFUN=21. If GNSS is enabled with %XSYSTEMMODE, GNSS is activated and GNSS services are available with +CFUN=1, +CFUN=2, and +CFUN=31.

  • +CFUN=41 is allowed only when LTE-M or Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) is enabled by %XSYSTEMMODE.
  • UICC initialization is started in modes +CFUN=1, +CFUN=21, and +CFUN=41. %XSIM indications shall be followed for the UICC state.
  • Transition from modes +CFUN=1 and +CFUN=21 to mode +CFUN=2 is not supported.
  • The response for +CFUN=40 is ERROR if the modem has been activated with +CFUN=1 or +CFUN=21.

The following command example activates the modem Normal mode: