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Will gnokii break a 6610i?

From: Torsten Techmann
Subject: Will gnokii break a 6610i?
Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2006 16:26:56 +0200
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I just downloaded gnokii 0.6.13, compiled and installed it on a
SuSE 10.0 system. The I tried to use gnokii --identify on my NOKIA 6610i
phone. I received the following output:

- ------------------------------------------------------------------------
GNOKII Version 0.6.13
LOG: debug mask is 0x1
phone instance config:
model: 6610i
port_device: /dev/ttyS1
connection_type: 4
init_length: 0
serial_baudrate: 19200
serial_write_usleep: -1
hardware_handshake: 0
require_dcd: 0
smsc_timeout: 100
rfcomm_cn: 1
sm_retry: off
Serial device: opening device /dev/ttyS1
Default: Nokia 6610i    25bd
Getting model...
Message sent: 0x1b / 0x0006
00 01 00 07 01 00                               |
Message received: 0x1b / 0x002e
01 33 00 08 00 01 58 28 00 23 56 20 33 2e 31 30 |  3    X( #V 3.10
0a 32 36 2d 30 33 2d 30 34 0a 52 4d 2d 33 37 0a |  26-03-04 RM-37
28 63 29 20 4e 6f 6b 69 61 2e 0a 43 00 00       | (c) Nokia. C
Received message type 1b
model length: 5
Received model RM-37
Sorry, this function is known to break your phone (Nokia phones series 40 v1).
Refusing to do it. You may try to use AT driver. If you are brave enough to
test the driver anyway, please contact developers at address@hidden
See also
Telephone interface init failed: Command called isn't implemented in model.
Serial device: closing device
Exitcode 2
- ------------------------------------------------------------------------

I get similar messages from other commands (e.g. monitor or getdatetime).
The settings on .gnokiirc that I changed are:
port = /dev/ttyS1
model = 6610i
connection = irda
use_locking = no
bindir = /home/techmann/sbin/

Changing the model entry to 6310 or 6510 does not help.

According to gnokii-0.6.13.txt and README-6510, the 6610i should be
supported by gnokii.

I also own a NOKIA 6310 that works perfectly with gnokii.

Regarding the mail from Stefan Sassenberg posted on 08 June 2006 I am
afraid, that trying anything could break my phone. Is it maybe a problem
of the phone's firmware (it seems to be revision 3.10)?

What can I do to make it work by minimizing the risk of breaking the phone?

~  Thanks in advance,
~    Torsten

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Torsten Techmann

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