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  1. #1
    Psymaster
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    My brother recently bought a Nokia phone, and he asked me to program
    something for it. How could I get some info on programming Nokia cell
    phones?



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  2. #2
    tuned by RZO
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    Re: Programming a Nokia phone

    "Psymaster" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    | My brother recently bought a Nokia phone, and he asked me to program
    | something for it. How could I get some info on programming Nokia cell
    | phones?

    well, in order to assist you, we need more info..

    1. what model has he got?
    2. what does he mean by "program" the phone?
    3. is it a TDMA or GSM phone?





  3. #3
    Anton Spaans
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    Re: Programming a Nokia phone

    Go here:

    http://www.forum.nokia.com/main.html

    Register yourself and you can find all the information here.

    -- Anton.

    "Psymaster" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > My brother recently bought a Nokia phone, and he asked me to program
    > something for it. How could I get some info on programming Nokia cell
    > phones?






  4. #4
    a_dude
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    Re: Programming a Nokia phone

    www.nokiafree.org

    cheers

    "Psymaster" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > My brother recently bought a Nokia phone, and he asked me to program
    > something for it. How could I get some info on programming Nokia cell
    > phones?






  5. #5
    Psymaster
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    Re: Programming a Nokia phone

    "tuned by RZO" <[email protected]> wrote on Thu, 20 Nov
    2003 19:33:08 GMT in alt.cellular.nokia:

    > well, in order to assist you, we need more info..
    >
    > 1. what model has he got?


    3100

    > 2. what does he mean by "program" the phone?


    Writung some sort of a little game I guess.

    > 3. is it a TDMA or GSM phone?
    >


    I have no idea what those are.



  6. #6
    Psymaster
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    Re: Programming a Nokia phone

    "Anton Spaans" <aspaans at(noSPAM) smarttime dot(noSPAM) com> wrote on
    Thu, 20 Nov 2003 20:22:28 GMT in alt.cellular.nokia:

    > Go here:
    >
    > http://www.forum.nokia.com/main.html
    >
    > Register yourself and you can find all the information here.
    >


    Thanks, I'll check them out.



  7. #7
    Mark.
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    Re: Programming a Nokia phone

    > > 3. is it a TDMA or GSM phone?
    > >

    >
    > I have no idea what those are.


    Well, it doesn't look like you're going too far with the whole programming
    of the phone thing.





  8. #8
    tuned by RZO
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    Re: Programming a Nokia phone

    "G.T" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    | Hello,
    |
    | > 3. is it a TDMA or GSM phone?
    | Possibly a bit OT here, but TDMA is an analog system, isn't it ?
    Im not sure...in Malaysia its all GSM...
    Is TDMA analog?


    |
    | Regards,
    | G.T
    | [email protected]
    | 205 Diesel & turbo-Diesel : http://205d.fr.st
    |
    |





  9. #9
    G.T
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    Re: Programming a Nokia phone

    Hello,

    > Im not sure...in Malaysia its all GSM...

    In France, too, and possibly in whole EU.

    > Is TDMA analog?

    I wonder. We, in France (like in whole Europe) had an analog network, a
    while ago, but I only knew its "business" name, not the standard name.

    Regards,
    G.T
    [email protected]
    205 Diesel & turbo-Diesel : http://205d.fr.st





  10. #10
    L David Matheny
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    Re: Programming a Nokia phone

    "G.T" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    > Hello,
    >
    > > 3. is it a TDMA or GSM phone?

    > Possibly a bit OT here, but TDMA is an analog system, isn't it ?
    >

    No, TDMA is digital.





  11. #11
    juha
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    Re: Programming a Nokia phone

    On Fri, 21 Nov 2003 20:49:57 +1100, "Mark." <m.nikia#optusnet.com.au>
    wrote:

    >> > 3. is it a TDMA or GSM phone?
    >> >

    >>
    >> I have no idea what those are.

    >
    >Well, it doesn't look like you're going too far with the whole programming
    >of the phone thing.


    If he was going to write some "little game" for the phone, why should
    he know whether it is a TDMA or GSM phone? Do you think they run the
    same Java code (or whatever) differently based on which standard they
    use?




  12. #12
    tuned by RZO
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    Re: Programming a Nokia phone

    "juha" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    | On Fri, 21 Nov 2003 20:49:57 +1100, "Mark." <m.nikia#optusnet.com.au>
    | wrote:
    |
    | >> > 3. is it a TDMA or GSM phone?
    | >> >
    | >>
    | >> I have no idea what those are.
    | >
    | >Well, it doesn't look like you're going too far with the whole
    programming
    | >of the phone thing.
    |
    | If he was going to write some "little game" for the phone, why should
    | he know whether it is a TDMA or GSM phone? Do you think they run the
    | same Java code (or whatever) differently based on which standard they
    | use?
    |

    I was the first to reply to the O/Post, okay? I have NO friggin idea WTF he
    wanna do with his phone. Some people think programming a phone is changing
    the alpha tag on a TDMA phone. Others will think more to mobile BASIC
    programming etc.

    Now, we know that the OP wants to write a game for his phone. Java commands
    may differ according to standard because the features/specs are different.
    TDMA can recv SMS from the internet AFAIK (not sure)....whereas with GSM its
    all OverTheAir technology only.

    Before trying to snipe me, pls read the whole thread.





  13. #13
    G.T
    Guest

    Re: Programming a Nokia phone

    Hello,

    > Well, we also had an analog network, called Celcom ART 900... replaced by
    > Celcom GSM (in use today)

    Its name was, say, as nice as our analog network's name, then. Mind you it
    was called Radiocom2000, now replaced by Orange (France), SFR & Bouygues
    Telecom.

    Regards,
    G.T
    [email protected]
    205 Diesel & turbo-Diesel : http://205d.fr.st





  14. #14
    G.T
    Guest

    Re: Programming a Nokia phone

    Hello,

    > TDMA can recv SMS from the internet AFAIK (not sure)....whereas with GSM

    its
    > all OverTheAir technology only.

    Er, a GSM can receive a SMS from the internet, too. Depends on the site
    (yahoo.com used to have such a feature, IIRC).

    I'm afraid that what you call "All over the Air technology" are just special
    SMS or network commands received by the GSM terminal and executed as well.
    This technology was used successively by GEMPLUS's SIM "Phase 2", GEMPLUS's
    "Phase2+", which was also called "Proactive SIM".
    If the "Phase2" technology wasn't that used (mainly 'cause it wasn't
    standardized), the "Phase2+" technology is described be GSM standards 11.14
    and is widely used.

    > wanna do with his phone. Some people think programming a phone is changing
    > the alpha tag on a TDMA phone. Others will think more to mobile BASIC

    Why not considering a logo download & change as programming, then ? (But I
    have to agree, I guess some people really are like that).

    > programming etc.

    Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, mobile programming *is* made of something like C, C++,
    assembler or whatsoever. Real programming. Damn', that's so good !

    Regards,
    G.T (Don't ask me what I've studied).
    [email protected]
    205 Diesel & turbo-Diesel : http://205d.fr.st





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