Michal Čihař - Sending SMS on Symbian phone using Gammu

Sending SMS on Symbian phone using Gammu

Third Hackweek 6 day went a bit differently than I planned, but there is still lot of progress.

I've added some more calls to the Series60 remote protocol, so that some things now work much faster (eg. getting number of contacts, calendar entries). The applet now also has a function to toggle Bluetooth so it does not have to be done elsewhere in phone menus.

On Gammu side I focused on messaging support, so now Gammu can list messages in the phone or send new message.

Modification of calendar entries is left for tomorrow, hopefully I will get to it and the support will be more or less complete and I will have Friday for final cleanup.

And as usual - all code is is available in our Git repository and check documentation for information how to set it up.

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nottherealpete wrote on Jan. 26, 2011, 6:14 p.m.

Would you be interested in adding support for a phone if the phone is sent to you (major brand like Samsung or SE), free of charge, and you can keep it? I love the Samsung C3050 so much I'd like to sponsor one in return of improved support.

Cheers

wrote on Jan. 26, 2011, 10:58 p.m.

@nottherealpete: Have you tried it with recent Gammu versions? 1.29.0 has added support for m-obex protocol used by many Samsung phones, so it might work with this one as well.

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