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Re: gnokii and Nokie N95 8GB

From: Pawel Kot
Subject: Re: gnokii and Nokie N95 8GB
Date: Tue, 6 May 2008 21:17:56 +0200


On Tue, May 6, 2008 at 4:54 PM, Arnold Troeger <address@hidden> wrote:
>  Gnokii was written to use the FBUS and AT protocols.  The current
> generation of Nokia phones, the N series phones all(?) use Symbion OS which
> has no support for FBUS and limited AT command support.  Gnapplet was
> written to address this change.

To be precise: symbians (at least some of them) do support successor
of FBUS but it has the same functionality as AT. To make the picture
complete: they support also SyncML and Obex. First one can be used to
synchonize phonebook, calendar, notes/todo and perhaps SMS with a
remote side (so implicitely you can read/write them). Latter can be
used for the file transfer.

>  The N95 8GB runs Symbion OS 9.2, S60 rel 3.1.  Gnapplet was written for

I think this is called edition not release.

> Symbion S60, and the current version (0.6.2[45]) was written for S60 rel
> 2.x.

It was written for the 1st Edition and worked on 2nd as well.

> Current attempts to port gnapplet to S60 rel 3.x have not been
> successful.  Among other things S60 rel 3 requires applications to be
> digitally signed, but this is not the only issue.
>  The current versions of gnokii and gnapplet work somewhat with S60 version
> 3.

No, they don't. They don't work at all.

Pawel Kot

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