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Re: CDMA AT driver status?

From: Deen
Subject: Re: CDMA AT driver status?
Date: Wed, 20 Apr 2005 05:29:33 +0700

Hello Cameron,

can you send sms with CA-42 and Nokia 3105 ?

Wednesday, April 20, 2005, 12:05:32 PM, you wrote:

> Is there currently an AT driver for CDMA phones? From checking the nokia
> forums, it seems that that is the only way nokia wants the rest of the
> world to talk to their cdma phones.

> I've downloaded the CDMA command set from nokia's developer area, and
> I'd be happy to create this driver if it doesn't already exist. Can
> anyone point me in the right direction? I've looked at some of the code,
> and there ain't many comments explaining what does what, and I can find
> any guidelines.

> I have a nokia 3105 (cdma) phone, and am trying to talk to it using the
> new CA-42 data cable from nokia. I'm running debian sarge, with a
> 2.6.8-2-686 kernel, and udev 0.056-2. udev and hotplug somehow decided
> it was an ACM device and inserted the cdc-acm kernel module, and create
> a /dev/ttyACM0 device, which is was I've configured gnokii to talk to.

> I was having no luck with gnokii, but then I ran xgnokii, and it
> connected to my phone (at that time set up as model=5100. I tried to
> dump the phone book, but it only got halfway through (and the debug
> output looked like entries from my phone) before crashing. This happened
> twice more, then I quit to try again from scratch, and couldn't get it
> to work again. I just unplugged everything, and got the same thing
> again. I don't think the 5100 driver is entirely compatible, but it's
> talking the phone a bit at least, and no other driver (including AT) will.

> Executive summary: I think it's possible to sync my nokia 3105 to this
> linux box using this ca-42 cable, but not with the current drivers. So:
> "How do I write the new driver?"

> Cameron.

Best regards,
 Deen                            mailto:address@hidden

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