GPRS commands are generally specific to the TCP protocol. GPRS is a mobile data service that operates over the GSM network, and it uses the TCP/IP protocol stack for communication. UDP is a connectionless protocol that does not guarantee reliable delivery or ordering of packets. It is often used for applications that prioritize speed and low latency over reliability, such as real-time streaming or gaming. Since GPRS commands rely on reliable delivery and ordered transmission, they are typically implemented using the TCP protocol. Sending GPRS commands via UDP may not work as expected because UDP does not provide the necessary mechanisms for ensuring reliable and ordered delivery of data.