RIL_SendAKey

Windows Mobile 6.5
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4/8/2010

Sends the user string to the device for authentication key (AKey) verification.


HRESULT RIL_SendAKey(
  HRIL hRil,
  LPCSTR lpszChars
);

hRil

Handle to the RIL instance returned by RIL_Initialize.

lpszChars

A string representing the AKey characters. Valid characters are 0-9, * and #.

Positive HRESULT values indicate success and are used as command identifications for matching the asynchronous call result. Negative HRESULT values indicate an error. Errors are defined in the Ril.h file.

An asychronous result of RIL_RESULT_OK indicates success. The lpData notification parameteris set to NULL.

An AKey (or A-Key) is an authentication key used on CDMA devices. It is a 64 bit key, with 0-20 digits of data and a 6 digit checksum. Part of the key is usually specific to the device manufacturer or operator.

This function has not been implemented in the sample RIL driver.

Headerril.h
LibraryRil.lib
Windows Embedded CEWindows CE .NET 4.2 and later

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