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  1. #1
    BigDeal
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    try Ericsson Desktop
    t





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  2. #2
    Rudi Hofer
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    Re: AT commands with T610

    BigDeal wrote:
    > try Ericsson Desktop
    > t
    >


    I have no idea what that is. Can you tell me more?

    Rudi




  3. #3
    Rudi Hofer
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    Re: AT commands with T610

    BigDeal wrote:
    > try Ericsson Desktop
    > t
    >
    >

    I found it, but it doesn's work.

    Rudi




  4. #4
    Lester Wareham
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    Re: AT commands with T610

    I have sent some AT command to my T610 using the TDK USB Bluetooth Dongle.
    However, I don't know what the command range of the AT handler is. I can
    dial out a voice call. Annoyingly if I try to dial a FAX call I just get a
    voice call.

    I have no idea what the AT commands for sync are.

    The TDK dongle uncludes some of this functionality (I can sync to Outlook
    and FTP midi and picture files) but I don't know if it is Linux compatible.

    Have a look at http://www.tdksystems.com/products/tech.asp?id=4

    "Rudi Hofer" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I would like to exchange data between my T610 and my Linux computer.
    > I tried a lot of things found in the web but nothing really works.
    > Now I came to the conclusion that I have to develop something myself,
    > which is based on a communication via AT commands.
    >
    > I tried different IR dongles but the phone never reacted to
    > any AT command. So I got myself a data cable and it's the same
    > thing. Neither with a terminal program nor with a perl script
    > I got an answer from the phone.
    >
    > I tried lots of parameters (xon/xoff, hardware handshake etc.) but
    > no chance.
    >
    > Somewhere in a newsgroup I found a discussion where people complained
    > that a different Ericsson phone would use an IrDA protocol even
    > with the data cable. But all the paperwork I collected about the
    > T610 seems to say that a direct serial connection should be possible.
    >
    > Any hints?
    >
    > Thank you
    > Rudi
    >






  5. #5
    ewasx
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    Re: AT commands with T610


    Hello guys,

    That's wonderful to see people who want to do some tools using at
    commands! That's exactly what I want to do and so i'm happy to find
    someone else with same geek need.

    So I used a laptop under windows98 with a USB bluetooth adapter (MSI
    6970 I think) and a T68i .

    I used hyper terminal and sent a couple of AT commands with success.

    I sent ATD0141441111
    Something happens, on the handset screen is displayed: connecting...
    and after 3 seconds: NO CARRIER

    I also tried to get my SMS message list, with errors.

    I don't have yet the T610 AT comamnd list, do you have it?

    Here you'll find a nice webpage: http://renegade.w3xs.com/dev.htm
    with a link to the official AT command list for a few phone models.


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  6. #6
    Rudi Hofer
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    Re: AT commands with T610

    ewasx wrote:
    > Hello guys,
    >
    > That's wonderful to see people who want to do some tools using at
    > commands! That's exactly what I want to do and so i'm happy to find
    > someone else with same geek need.
    >
    > So I used a laptop under windows98 with a USB bluetooth adapter (MSI
    > 6970 I think) and a T68i .
    >
    > I used hyper terminal and sent a couple of AT commands with success.


    Bluetooth is about the only thing I haven't tried yet. Maybe I give
    it a chance.

    > I sent ATD0141441111
    > Something happens, on the handset screen is displayed: connecting...
    > and after 3 seconds: NO CARRIER
    >
    > I also tried to get my SMS message list, with errors.
    >
    > I don't have yet the T610 AT comamnd list, do you have it?


    As far as I found out the commands are identical to the T68i.
    There is a PDF file on the Ericsson web site.

    Regards
    Rudi




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