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Samsung Power OFF by AT Command

On May 27, 2019, Posted by , With 13 Comments


Does any one know an AT (or Hayes) command to turn the phone off? (Not the modem, the whole phone)
+CPWD doesnt work.
Thanks

13 Comments so far:

  1. newComer says:

    I don’t know if you can through an AT command. The phone as a whole is not a true modem. The AT command set Samsung chose to include is very limited and basic.
    nThinking about it, I don’t know if a power off command exists in the Odin protocol or any of the other serial commands. Everything I’ve ever seen has been to reset the phone only.

  2. Metaton-alfred says:
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    rn RevoComputers >
    I don’t know if you can through an AT command. The phone as a whole is not a true modem. The AT command set Samsung chose to include is very limited and basic.
    nThinking about it, I don’t know if a power off command exists in the Odin protocol or any of the other serial commands. Everything I’ve ever seen has been to reset the phone only.

    samsung has a ton of AT commands if you know where to look. You want to mslsecur cmd first then it unlocks more to use.. there is a poweroff at cmd but i domt know it off top of my head.

    na good tool to look into is ATcmd, look for it on github. itll extract all AT commands Along within the samsung firmware. literally 100s.

    nSent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk

  3. wagny says:

    Any chance You could find that command somewhere? I’ve gone through dozens of pdfs and websites Along with AT commands, Along without any results. Tia

  4. TechWorld says:
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    rn elliwigy >
    samsung has a ton of AT commands if you know where to look. You want to mslsecur cmd first then it unlocks more to use.. there is a poweroff at cmd but i domt know it off top of my head.

    na good tool to look into is ATcmd, look for it on github. itll extract all AT commands Along within the samsung firmware. literally 100s.

    nSent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk

    nI checked out that tool which led me to FICS’ website. I found these two commands related to Samsung’s:

    Quote:

    AT*POWERIND

    Description: No description
    Found In Vendors:

    Known Arguments:

    • =0
    • =1
    Quote:

    AT+POWERSET

    Description: No description
    Found In Vendors:

    Known Arguments: None

    n There are other specific commands like AT%POWEROFF, but it says it’s specific to LG. I haven’t tried any of these so have at er!

  5. sulmanz says:

    There’s another site that differs between reset and power off tested on a Galaxy S8.

    nATˆRESET – Power Off
    nAT+CFUN=1,1 – Power Reset

  6. ExpertBuddy says:

    POWERSET and CFUN are responsible for setting a power drawn. Will give a try to the other two. Thanks

    nEDIT: None of the command worked.

  7. arminasg says:

    Hello
    nYou can use AT+POWRESET to turn off device

  8. Ann Elmore says:

    Do i want to put some value at the end of the command? Because the AT+POWRESET doesn’t work Along with my S8.

  9. Bo-Rens says:

    If you run AT+CLAC it will give you a list of the available AT commands. I don’t see any of the POWRESET commands in there on the A530W I tested on. Like elliwigi said though, these may want to be opened up in some way.

  10. wagny says:

    I just ran the command, and it doesn’t show many commands which i know they work Along with samsung, but are not on a list. Will keep looking

  11. baybee says:

    I am trying a different approach. There is an ADB command to power off the phone, but You can’t use it before settin up a phone, so it araises a question, is there an AT command that allows ADB Along without turning on the usb debugging in developer options?

  12. tavenger5 says:
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    rn BooBam >
    I am trying a different approach. There is an ADB command to power off the phone, but You can’t use it before settin up a phone, so it araises a question, is there an AT command that allows ADB Along without turning on the usb debugging in developer options?

    nAT, not that I’ve heard of.

    nYou can flash an Eng Boot image though which will have ADB enabled regardless of Developer Options or where you’re at in the setup. Same way FRP is bypassed via ADB.

  13. igglo7pays says:

    I want this command to speed up a procces of flashing multiple phones, and powering them off would be the last step of the procces, so I can’t really send them out Along with ENG boot. Thanks for your to be helped anyway, I will keep trying.