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Re: 6210/gnokii problems

From: address@hidden
Subject: Re: 6210/gnokii problems
Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2006 04:35:20 -0400

Hi Daniele, 
Thanks for your reply. My 6210/gnokii application is for 24-hour unattended
so this matter of preventing hangs, or automatically resetting the phone if
one occurs, 
is a big issue. I am thinking of trying the ff: if my software detects that
the modem is 
not responding, it can activate a switch that can turn power to the phone
off, then on 
Roberto Verzola 
Original Message: 
From: Daniele Forsi address@hidden 
Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2006 15:35:06 +0200 
To: address@hidden 
Subject: Re: 6210/gnokii problems 
rverzola wrote: 
> Is there a doc or file somewhere that summarizes what the result codes 
> for gnokii --getsms and --sendsms mean? 
all result codes are defined in 
 > Is there a way to prevent these hangs, or to reset the cellphone 
 > via software? 
a way to prevent hangs is a really interesting topic 
you cannot reset the phone via software since, by definition, the phone  
is not accepting commands (there is not a thing like reset when dropping  
DTR, there is not even the DTR), the command would be: 
gnokii --reset [soft|hard] 
but would be useful only if you experienced hangs after some hours or  
days regardless of what you were doing, not after a certain pattern of  
> Can the --monitor command tell whether the cellphone is hung, and then
> gnokii reset it?  
any command failing with GN_ERR_NOLINK GN_ERR_TIMEOUT or GN_ERR_NOTREADY  
means that you can't send commands to the phone, but then you can't even  
use --reset 
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