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Re: 2 of the Most commonly answered questions where?

From: Roger
Subject: Re: 2 of the Most commonly answered questions where?
Date: 05 Aug 2002 20:52:30 -0400

On Mon, 2002-08-05 at 19:13, BORBELY Zoltan wrote:
> Hi,
> On Mon, Aug 05, 2002 at 06:49:23PM -0400, Roger wrote:
> > Can one use gnokii to dial into a dialup isp provider to connect a
> > laptop to the internet?  (i've heard of Voice Stream even providing ISDN
> > service).
> This is the main purpose of the gnokiid. But the nokia site states your
> phone has a builtin modem, so just try to use the IrCOMM interface of
> your phone. It's much better than gnokiid.
> > Also, i tried to change the logo by adding a pee-pee to the "cingular
> > logo"...but the logo didn't export/save to the phone. however, i can do
> > the stuff i need to modify which is the "phonebook data" with this Nokia
> > 8290.  (nor does the Calendar function work on gnokii-0.4.2a)
> I think there are quite huge differencies in the logo upload functionality
> between the TDMA and GSM phones. There are two possible solution:
> * you can add the following to the P6100_capabilities array in nk6100.c:
>     { "NSB-7",      NULL,           P6100_CAP_NBS_UPLOAD },

ok. i'm lost on this one. it doesn't seem that i can find the
capabilities array. although, looking in misc/, i do find a file
containing the "NB-" specifications. and changing the 6110 to be NB-7
still results in the commandline gnokii --setstartuplogo responding in:
Error setting startup logo - SIM card and PIN is required

checking for a password results in a blank line being printed-out.

i'm grabbing cvs right now..(was working with 0.4.2a).

> * if the previous solution won't work, you have to get a software which can
>   set the logo and you have to capture the logo setting frames. If you send
>   it to us we can implement the neccessary functionality in gnokii too.

yea. i just wiped windowsxp off my laptop (Roger got frustrated ;-)

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