Hackweek 6 is over and my project is done - Gammu can now talk to Symbian phones. All the work is based on Series60 - remote applet. The changes on Gammu side were not just to implement new protocol, but also some more general improvements it enforced. I think the diffstat summary tells how much was changed:
166 files changed, 23126 insertions(+), 15738 deletions(-)
All code is is available in our Git repository and check documentation for information how to set it up. There will be testing release incorporating these changes next week to give broader audience chance to test it.
So now Gammu has long requested support for Symbian and we need other challenge. That seems to be Android right now and there are already two approaches which might help there. One of them is porting Series60 applet to Android, what is planned by Series60-remote author. There is also other promising way, where I can not share much details right now, but I can give you a little teaser:
$ gammu identify Device : 192.168.1.4 5210 Manufacturer : HTC Model : unknown (HTC Nexus One) Firmware : FRG** IMEI : **************8 SIM IMSI : **************7
Yes, getting basic information already works for the developer working on it :-).