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Re: (OT) Looking for a linux-compatible smartphone.

From: Pavel Machek
Subject: Re: (OT) Looking for a linux-compatible smartphone.
Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2004 21:29:56 +0100
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> > > In the mean time I bought a nokia 3650, which is a symbian 60 based
> > > phone too. Currently I'm learning how to write programs for symbian
> > > series 60 os. I think we can add series 60 support to gnokii in the
> > > future.
> > That would be great news ! XGnokii's interface is awsome. Originally, I
> > planned staying with Nokia, just for the sake of keeping gnokii working.
> > But I didn't find a phone that matched the feature list I was looking
> > for, so I went SE instead. Time will tell whether I made a good choice ;-)
> Yes, I already discussed it with Bozo on irc. I have Nokia 9210 for
> development that it also Symbian based. The best idea to us, as suggested
> by Bozo, is some kind of the hybrid solution.
> Currently all code and our focus is on the PC side. It has the
> disadvantage of the must of reverse engineering of the whole protocol. If
> we can upload our code to the phone it is much better:
>  - symbian provides api and libraries to handle communication/file
> types/etc from the phone side
>  - we can use some well known protocol (obex?) to communicate
>  - therefore we avoid the hardest part: decoding the communication
> protocol and gnokii side should be fairly easy do be done
> This method allows us to be Nokia independent. The solution should work on
> all Symbian phones.

Well, you should simply emulate well-known AT commands. If you want
calendar/etc, syncML should be the way to go.
When do you have a heart between your knees?
[Johanka's followup: and *two* hearts?]

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