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    I was really excited about this phone until i realized it won't work with phonecontrol. Sportive, please keep us posted on your progress.

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    is it a symbian 7.0 phone?
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    It's a Windows Mobile 2003-phone

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    the tries have stopped, iv'e sold the phone, and bought a se s700i, have phoned the servicepoint, the were willing to test and bug the phone, so maybe its possible to run audio gateway and serial port connection at the same time, as my old t630 and t68i were able to... exiting.... so no further tries with the s700i... now im playing a bit with the new one


    and to zorro... how are the options to pay for a licence for phoco.... is it only paypal and visa master?...
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    It's ShareIt! They have a lot of options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chevy II
    I was really excited about this phone until i realized it won't work with phonecontrol. Sportive, please keep us posted on your progress.

    Thanks
    Roger that! I was so pumped to get this phone as it's one of the sweetest phones I've ever had. It's friggin loaded and the fact I get it free via my work is icing on the cake..

    Then I tried it with PhonCo only to be MAJORLY disappointed that it doesn't work with it.

    And now that the OP got a new phone it sucks that it looks like noone will get this phone working...

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    Hmm... I currently use an mpx200 (although I'm thinking of upgrading) running Windows Mobile 5.0, and wanted to play with this.

    I guess i'll get phoco running, and see what sort of communications are automatic through the usb modem.

    Wouldn't it just be possible to write an application on for the phone that could control all of the required phone functions, and have it setup to communicate through the modem to the pc? Basically then the modem would just be used as a communication layer to allow computer functions to drive the core phone functions.

    Is there something i'm missing, or would this work?

    In the worst case I could grab a new phone, but i'd still want to grab an MS smartphone, so that it would integrate well with exchange mail servers (already have mail, calendars, tasks, photo contacts, etc, automatically from the exchange servers).

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    That's the same reason I have the 220 (to integrate with my exchange server here at work). I asked Zorro before about the 220 and I believe he said no Smartphones will work yet.
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    Right, I don't believe they work yet either.

    But I want to know is if it's possible to write an application for the phone, and one for the PC that would allow communication to work, and thus the PC end of it could be modified to work with phoco (possibly the PC software could mimic the behaviour of a serial modem, etc, so that phoco doesn't even know it's not talking to a phone directly).

    I don't mind writing software (it's what i do for a living), but am just curious if there are any issues that would block an approach like this.

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