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Re: AT-model cell phones

From: Pawel Kot
Subject: Re: AT-model cell phones
Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2005 17:18:15 +0100 (CET)

On Sun, 9 Jan 2005, docydoc wrote:

> Am I right? If I use a old fashioned DAU-9P cable and connect a simple
> terminal -
> shouldn't the phone act as a normal modem e.g. responding to
> AT-commands?

You won't be able to talk to the phone with AT commands using DAU-9P
cable. You need DLR3P cable.

> I tried ATZ as basic and simple command but never got a response?
> Can someone help me to make things clear?

Does the above answer your questions?

> I want to access the cell phone (have different type available: 6150,
> 6210, 6100)

These are different phones. For 6210 you need DLR-3P cable (or
infraded/bluetooth connectivity). I'm not sure which cable uses 6100 but
I'm under the impression this is DKU-5 cable (and also
infrared/bluetooth). As for 6150, this phone doesn't support AT commands.
You need a software emulator like gnokiid, that created a virtual device
(/dev/gnokii) that you can use to talk to the phone. Note that gnokiid
doesn't support many AT commands, but it should be good enough to make an
Internet connection. gnokiid is no longer developed, as modern phones
do not need it.

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