Users can disable the modems, which will bring them to a state where they are in low power mode (e.g. RF switched off) and not registered in any network.

As with the initialization or enabling sequences, the global disabling sequence is itself splitted into N per-interface disabling steps (being N the number of interfaces exported by the modem). Those interfaces implemented by the object but not supported by the modem will not be disabled.

The global disabling sequence will go on disabling the interfaces one by one, but starting with the interface which was last enabled during the enabling sequence, and backwards. This ensures that the Modem interface gets disabled last.