On Fri, 2004-12-03 at 13:13, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> On Friday 03 December 2004 02:20, Martin List-Petersen 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.
>> In fact it is much easier in my experience to connect with gnokii
> than it is to use minicom or cu or whatever.
> Also the range of commands you can give with gnokii
> is far wider than the possible AT commands.
>> How for example do you get messages 3 to 7 in your inbox with AT commands?
> With gnokii you just say "gnokii --getsms IN 3 7".
> Is there an AT command to dump your address-book?
> Etc, etc.
Not sure about if you can get specific sms with the AT commands, i would
have to read the AT command specs again for that.
Regarding the addressbook, then my post said "unless you want to
accessbook and things like that", so i allready stated that you need
gnokii for that.
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