The Mozilla Mobile Connection API is useful for building tools that determine the connectivity statuses of mobile devices and provide access to the functionalities within the Integrated Circuit Card (ICC). It is a certified API due to the sensitive nature of information contained in the ICC. The API is used to prescribe appropriate methods for handling ICC functionalities including card lock, MMI messages, and call forwarding options. This API does not conform to the W3C standards, but it is supported by Firefox OS, and is not part of any specification.
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