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Battery levels on Nokia 3310

From: martin . dibble
Subject: Battery levels on Nokia 3310
Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2005 16:11:58 -0000

I have been setting up a nokia 3310 under Fedora Core 2 using Gnokki 
version 0.6.4. Most things seem to be working fine. I can talk to the 
phone, send and receive sms messages, check the phone book etc 
etc. There are two things now that I need to achieve. the first is 
checking the phone status, a lot of which can be done using gnokii --
monitor, however for the 3310 that isn't telling me the battery status. 
reading previous messages it suggested this was the way to achieve it 
for other phone models. Is it something which doesn't work on the 
3310 or am I missing something obvious here?

The other thing I'ld like is to set up a daemon style process to accept 
sms messages (along the lines of gnokii --smsreader) but without 
locking up the port so that I can still send sms messages. One thought 
on this is that I can cron a shell script including gnokii --getsms. If 
anyone has done stuff like this already I would appreciate any 
examples or ideas.



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