"Type DUMP when ready to download" message

Hi everybody,

I have a problem which I can’t understand…
I have a module connected via UART1 for debug purpose.
Sometimes (not sistematic, it happened 3 or 4 times in a year), I receive this message

Close TMT. Open HyperTerm. Type "DUMP" when ready to download

What is TMT? If I type DUMP I start receiving a long text (maybe the internal memory status?) and it never stop. I have to give at+cfun=1 command and restart…

Is it a process for save the status of the backtrace?
How to save this data and how to be usefull (for debug)?

This is my configuration:

"DWL","V08b13","","Sierra Wireless",55344,"111611 18:03","dda36757","00010000"
"FW","FW_SRC_747_8_F4_3.Q2687G","R7.47.4.201208311102.Q26CL702","Sierra Wireless",2221264,"083112 11:02","6aa633a2","00020000"
"OAT","05.01.20141209131420","xxxx","Contrive srl",332368,"120914 13:14","e04902f0","00260000"
 -"Developer Studio",""
 -"Open AT Application Framework package",""
 -"Open AT OS Package",""
 -"Firmware Package",""
 -"ExtendedATApplication Library Package",""
 -"Internet Library Package",""

Thanks for suggestions

TMT = Predecessor of Developer Studio.

Yes, it is a RAM dump triggered when the module resets due to exception. It can be decoded & analyzed only by SWIR. There is nothing you can do with it.

Uncheck HAP trace levels 30, 31 in Dev Studio and you shouldn’t get this.

ok sushil,

thank you for reply and explanation