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Re: 6310(i) && Bluetooth

From: Herbert Demmel
Subject: Re: 6310(i) && Bluetooth
Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2003 16:31:09 +0100

At 14:43 21.01.2003 +0000, you wrote:
On Tuesday 21 January 2003 06:46, Herbert Demmel wrote
(on the gnokii mailing list):

> can anybody please tell me if the connection via Bluetooth to a 6310(i)
> already works ?

I'd be very interested in the answer to that.
I find it easy enough to "connect" to my Nokia 6310
using bluez (rfcomm + minicom  or cu)
but my phone only seems to understand completely useless AT commands,
and doesn't eg allow me to read my phonebook (with AT+CPBR)
or even to dial out with ATD...
(My phone says it is dialling the correct number,
but it doesn't recognise it from the phone book,
and it always gets a "bad number" tone.
It's as though the characters in the number
had the top bit set, or something like that.)

I should emphasize that the above was _without_ gnokii.
I didn't understand how bluetooth was meant to be used
_within_ gnokii -- it doesn't seem to be mentioned in the documentation.
Gnokii works perfectly for me with my 6310 via a cable connection.

There is already a driver called "unixbluetooth.c" but I do not know if this one can be used already (this was my original question). When working with gnokii you do not use AT commands you have to use the FBUS commands so this is a *very* different thing than making some connection to the e.g. the internet via dial up.


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