On Saturday 04 December 2004 00:34, Martin List-Petersen wrote:
> I however said that i would have to look at the AT command specs, if I
> wanted to find out, if it was possible to pull specific sms'es out of
> the phone, but i don't want to do that, so why bother.
As I understood it, you said that one didn't need to use gnokii
with a Nokia 6310, because that phone accepts AT commands.
I'm simply asking if you can in fact emulate gnokii with AT commands.
If you can't then what was the point of your remark?
You also said, if I understood you correctly,
that you could communicate with the phone with Bluetooth
through /dev/rfcomm0 .
I know that is supposed to be possible,
but I've never been able to do it with minicom.
What program do you use for this purpose?
If minicom, what initial string do you use?
My main point is that even if in theory one can use minicom or cu
or something like that to communicate with the phone,
it is so much more complicated than gnokii that it is not worth the trouble.
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