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# 17981 20-Dec-2007 17:59

I use to have a Telecom Nokia phone that, using a data cable and the Nokia suite, would allow me to send TXT's from my computer. But I can't remember what model Nokia it was.

Does anyone have a Telecom Nokia, or know of one that supports sending TXT's from a PC.

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  # 101147 20-Dec-2007 23:11
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I don't beleive CDMA Nokia phones support this feature, unlike their GSM / WCDMA counter parts, at least out of the box that is.

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  # 101223 21-Dec-2007 10:14

Hmmm, does anyone know of any Telecom phone (not a datacard) that supports this?

 
 
 
 


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  # 101225 21-Dec-2007 10:25
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I don't beleive there is such a phone, except may be a PDA?







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  # 103291 7-Jan-2008 11:09
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I believe gnokii should allow you to do this. My cheap Nokia 2125 accepts transmission of SMS via gnokii.

At the moment I can't get it to deliver because I don't know the Telecom SMSC number [0,1]

Gnokii is originally coded for Linux, but I believe there's a version for Windows now. I'm using it with a Prolific CA-42 knockoff cable.

[0] See http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=22&topicid=18332
[1] ... and because in my current location (Waiatarua), I need to wrap the handset in a tinfoil parabola to get service!

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# 103316 7-Jan-2008 13:03
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xurizaemon: I believe gnokii should allow you to do this. My cheap Nokia 2125 accepts transmission of SMS via gnokii.

At the moment I can't get it to deliver because I don't know the Telecom SMSC number [0,1]

Gnokii is originally coded for Linux, but I believe there's a version for Windows now. I'm using it with a Prolific CA-42 knockoff cable.

[0] See http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=22&topicid=18332
[1] ... and because in my current location (Waiatarua), I need to wrap the handset in a tinfoil parabola to get service!


As I said CDMA phones do not support this. Telecom does not use SMSC's on their CDMA network.

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