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Re: BUG REPORT: xgnokii stops responding when SMS button is clicked (UNH

From: Kostas Peletidis
Subject: Re: BUG REPORT: xgnokii stops responding when SMS button is clicked (UNHANDLED FRAME RECEIVED)
Date: Sun, 27 Aug 2006 14:03:02 +0100
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Oops, the attachment didn't make it. My bad. Hopefully this time it will go through.


Kostas Peletidis wrote:
Hello list,

I tried accessing my Nokia 6280 from my Linux machine via a bluetooth link (using the bluez stack). When I was starting xgnokii with the "model = 6510" in my configuration I could connect to the phone, read the contacts list and send SMS messages. However, the calendar button didn't seem to work.

I followed the instructions on the gnokii website and did the following modifications to the code:

gnokii-0.6.13$ grep 6280 common/*.c

gnokii-0.6.13$ grep 6280 common/phones/*.c
common/phones/nk6510.c: "6510|6310|8310|6310i|6360|6610|6100|5100|3510|3510i|3595|6800|6810|6820|6820b|6610i|6230|6280|6650|7210|7250|7250i|7600|6170|6020|6230i|5140|5140i|6021|6500|6220|3120b|3100|3120|6015i|6101|6680|series60|series40", /* Supported models */

When I recompiled and reinstalled, and after changing the configuration to "model = 6280", the calendar functionality was working fine bus when I was clicking on the SMS button I was getting the following messages:

Found model "RM-78"
Getting SMS Folders...
Message sent: 0x14 / 0x0006
00 01 00 12 00 00 | Message received: 0x14 / 0x000a 01 64 00 f0 01 00 00 00 00 00 | d π Received message type 14
Message: Unknown message of type 14 : f0  length: 10
request: 0x14 / 0x0006
00 01 00 12 00 00 | reply: 0x14 / 0x000a 01 64 00 f0 01 00 00 00 00 00 | d π Please read Docs/Bugs and send a bug report!

After this point xgnokii keeps reporting the same thing without any user interaction and the GUI stops responding. This problem is 100% reproducible. I am using gnokii version 0.6.13. I have attached the output of stderr.

I have noticed that 'gnokii --getcalendarnote' works ok, which indicates a problem with xgnokii only. This is a bit confusing since the bluetooth frames received should be the same in both cases.

Are you aware of any fixes/workarounds? Thank you.

Kostas Peletidis

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