On Fri, 3 Dec 2004, Martin List-Petersen wrote:
> 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.
It's the other 'things like that' i'm interested in rather than the
modem (I have DSL for internet access ;) ). Must give gnokii another
try sometime. Can one get bluetooth transceivers for desktop
computers, USB ones? (i presume so..).
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