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Content for  TS 22.030  Word version:  17.0.0

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6.6  SIM/USIM interfacesp. 18

6.6.1  Entry of PIN and PIN2p. 18

After insertion of the IC card while the UE is switched on, or when the UE is switched on while the IC card is inserted, or when the UE is switched on in the case of a plug-in SIM/USIM, an indication shall be given to the user that the PIN needs to be entered, unless the PIN is not applicable.
If the user wishes to perform a function protected by PIN2, an indication shall be given to the user that PIN2 needs to be entered.
When the user enters the PIN or PIN2, each entered digit should not be displayed to the user for longer than one second.
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6.6.2  Change of PIN or PIN2p. 19

The following procedure permits the user to change the PIN or PIN2 in the SIM/USIM:
PIN:
**04*OLD_PIN*NEW_PIN*NEW_PIN#
PIN2:
**042*OLD-PIN2*NEW_PIN2*NEW_PIN2#
Note that the SEND function is not used in these procedures.
An indication is given to the user showing whether this procedure was successful.

6.6.3  Unblocking of PIN or PIN2p. 19

The following procedure permits the user to unblock the PIN or PIN2:
PIN:
**05*PIN_UNBLOCKING_KEY*NEW_PIN*NEW_PIN#
PIN2:
**052*PIN2_UNBLOCKING_KEY*NEW_PIN2*NEW_PIN2#
Note that the SEND function is not used in these procedures.
The new PIN or PIN2 must be entered whether or not it is intended to change the PIN or PIN2. An indication is given to the user showing whether this procedure was successful.

6.6.4  Reading the abbreviated dialling codep. 19

An abbreviated dialling code shall be able to be read using the following procedure:
N(N)(N)#
Alternative additional procedures are also permitted.

6.6.5  Status information - return codesp. 19

The SIM/USIM gives status information, as responses to instructions. Some of the possible return codes are deeply related to the user's actions and should therefore be indicated to her.
It is mandatory to give the user the appropriate indication (respectively) when the following codes appear:
description;
Memory Problem (eg. Update impossible);
Access conditions not fulfilled (eg. secret code verify rejected);
Unsuccessful CHV verification, no attempt left (eg. Secret code locked);
Technical problem with no diagnostic given. However, if this code is returned by the SIM/USIM in response to an ENVELOPE (SMS-PP DOWNLOAD) or ENVELOPE (CELL BROADCAST DOWNLOAD) or similar message, then no indication shall be given to the user, since in this case the code is not related to a user action.
The status information indication can be a dedicated lamp, text-string or others, as long as it is unambiguously made available to the user via the MMI.
As regards all other codes, it is left to the manufacturers' discretion whether and how the user shall be informed.
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6.7  Presentation of IMEIp. 20

The following procedure shall instruct the ME to display its IMEI:
*#06#
The procedure shall be accepted and performed with and without an inserted SIM/USIM. The ME shall then display the 14 digits of the IMEI (not including the spare digit), the Check Digit and optionally the Software Version Number as defined in TS 22.016 (as a single string, in that order).

6.8  In Case of Emergency access procedurep. 20

The In Case of Emergency (ICE) information is specified in TS 22.101. This clause defines the MMI of the In Case of Emergency access procedures.
The default setting is that the In Case of Emergency access procedure shall operate whether or not the SIM PIN is locked and whether or not the handset is locked. It shall be possible for the subscriber to change the default setting to prevent accessibility to the ICE information. The unlocking of In Case of Emergency shall occur when a star key is pressed three times (***) in the WAIT state, provided that a star key is on the keypad.
The mealy-graph for the In Case of Emergency access procedure is shown in Figure A.2.
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6.9  Presentation of e-markingp. 20

The ME may display the electronic marking (e-marking). If the ME supports the e-marking and if the ME supports Physical user input features (see section 5), the following procedure shall instruct the ME to display its e-marking:
*#07#
The procedure shall be accepted and performed with and without an inserted SIM/USIM. The e-marking may include, at the option of the manufacturer, regulatory-mandated marking information, regulatory restrictions of use if required and other relevant marking information. The regulatory marking should follow the format given by the regulation(s).
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