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Re: Handling large numbers of SMS and other problems with Nokia 3500c

From: Krylov Ivan
Subject: Re: Handling large numbers of SMS and other problems with Nokia 3500c
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2013 22:43:36 +0400
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Thanks for your reply and sorry for not responding for a long time
(forgot to look at web archive for replies).

Daniele Forsi (Sun, 13 Jan 2013 15:25:08 +0100):
keep NK6510_GETFILELIST_TIMEOUT at 500 and increase
NK6510_FILE_CACHE_TIMEOUT from 10 seconds to how long it takes to
list them (for OU it's at least 300 / 1000  * 2528 ~= 759, so maybe
15 minutes * 60 = 900 could work)

include/phones/nk6510.h:208:#define NK6510_FILE_CACHE_TIMEOUT   10 /* seconds */
> include/phones/nk6510.h:209:#define NK6510_GETFILELIST_TIMEOUT 500 /* miliseconds */

for more messages change include/gnokii/sms.h:42:#define
Changing GN_SMS_MESSAGE_MAX_NUMBER helped me save all my messages.

After that I tried to delete them using gnokii; the program worked
without any error messages, but after that any on-phone operation with
SMS (like trying to open inbox) returned "Failed, please try again" (not
an actual error message, but a translation from Russian). I tried to
"delete all messages" from SMS menu, then phone deleted ~3000 messages
(not ~5000 like gnokii said), but the failure persisted, and selecting
"delete all messages" caused another removing of ~3000 messages.

Thankfully, everything was fine after the phone was rebooted.

I also received "an error in the device handling code" and "phone
returned short message" a few times, and did not save these logs
too, unfortunately.

if they were caused by unhandled frames you should find them in
I think I found the cause: when gnokii is interrupted (^C) while
working, the phone stops responding to USB in a sane way until reboot.

Many thanks and best wishes,
Ivan Krylov.

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