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Re: Unicode and gnokii

From: Gautam Morey
Subject: Re: Unicode and gnokii
Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2009 09:13:13 +0530

I am using 0.6.27

Yes I think it'll be worthwhile to try the newer version. However since there are other posts on this forum that refer to sending or receiving chinese characters, I think the support is already there.

A further observation is a terminal can clearly detect and display the characters.

On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 2:39 PM, Daniele Forsi <address@hidden> wrote:
2009/9/10 Gautam Morey:

> 2. But when the same is displayed from data received from gnokii through sms
> read , it shows up as ????? in the display window.

you didn't say which gnokii version you are using!

we fixed some encoding/decoding issues in gnokii 0.6.28, try with that
or better use the git version so you can easily get a fix if you found
a bug:

> Another question is, does every phone save sms on the sim card in its own
> encoding format?

all things on the SIM are defined by ETSI standards (for details see
comments in libgnokii code, common/gsm-sms.c)

Daniele Forsi

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