Thanks @EvetsMostel, yes it’s the “User” field, in this case, which is supposed to mean that you (or a SW application as user) actually requested LPM. As I assume this is not the case :), I suspect this is related to a resolved issue in Release 9, listed in release notes as QTI9X07-1009, with the following description: “In rare cases it has been reported that after entering LPM with AT+CFUN=0 that the module was unable to return online with AT+CFUN=1 despite having no other reason to prevent it. This state is now removed.”
Since we haven’t released a carrier certified Verizon image as part of Release 9, this makes things less convenient. But you can resolve this issue with a short but awkward workaround:
AT!ENTERCND=“A710” // enable level 2 access
AT!CUSTOM=“CFUNPERSISTEN”,01 // Enable Persistent LPM
AT!CUSTOM=“CFUNPERSISTEN”,00 // Assuming you want the customization disabled
Or you can leave the customization enabled, if it’s something you’d rather keep enabled. Let me know if that doesn’t get you out of your LPM state.