|Date:||Sat, 24 Nov 2012 19:29:14 +0000|
> Date: Sat, 24 Nov 2012 21:14:01 +0800
> From: address@hidden
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: two phones that work with gnokii -- somewhat
> Hello gnokii users,
> I've managed to make two phones work with gnokii for sending and
> receiving messages. The phones are Nokia 2330c (VGA camera; no external
> memory) and Nokia c2-01 (the one with a 3.2 Mp camera and external memory).
> The relevant portions of the config file are: (works for both models)
> port = xx.xx.xx.xx.xx.xx ; to get the phone's port, press *#2820# on
> the phone's keypad
> model = series40 ; I've tried all the different phone
> models, including AT -- they didn't work
> connection = bluetooth ; this is what works for me; haven't managed
> to do it with a usb connection
> I've used both phones heavily in an application for delivering simple
> learning modules, using SMS, to farmers (it's a free service).
> However, some things have to be done manually; in particular, deleting
> messages. After downloading all messages to the computer with -getsms, I
> have to manually (on the phone) use Mark All, then Move to another
> folder (I can delete them later; I postpone deleting as a precaution).
> I wish I could use gnokii's delete facilities, but I haven't managed to
> make them work on these two phones. The phone's message database gets
> mangled, if I use gnokii for this.
> If anyone has managed to do so, I would appreciate hearing from you.
> I would also like to hear if you know some Nokia models with bluetooth
> that work very well with gnokii for receiving/sending SMS AND deleting
> them automatically from the phone after a --getsms.
> Finally, I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Pawel Kot, Daniele
> Forsi, and the rest of the gnokii team for a very useful software.
> Greetings to all,
> Roberto Verzola
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