On Thu, 2004-12-02 at 11:03, Paul Jakma wrote:
> On Wed, 1 Dec 2004, Timothy Murphy wrote:
>> > I use Bluetooth (bluez) + gnokii with a Nokia 6310, and this works
> > very well.
>> Care to go into more detail? (i have a 6310 too, and never managed to
> get very far with bluez and gnokii (but a long time ago)).
You don't need gnokii for the 6310 with a bluetooth connect, unless you
want to access addressbook and things like that.
The 6310 has a full featured AT command-set and works like a regular
modem. There are even special AT commands for sms send/receive.
Anyhow, just make sure, that you have the serial connection (typically
/dev/rfcomm0) setup and working + that you can see the phone and
everything should look like a regular modem.
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