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    Motorola A1000

    Hi all, in these days i've tried to figure out phoco how to work with my smartphone.
    I've read some user asking for the a1000, but no answer yet. so here is.

    Our phone can connect only by dial-up, no serial port service for the A1000. Use the PhoneTest program provided with phoco to find the right port (Run the bluetooth wizard in Phone Test)

    Phoco see the battery level and the signal quality
    Is not possible to send sms.
    The phonebook is to be static. You've to sincronize it by the Desktop suite provided by motorola, save as .wab (default windows) on your pc, open it and save as .csv. Then open with PBConverter2 provided by phoco, assign the right number to fields (button down left) and save it to the main phoco directory.

    Then modify the main xml with the modifications for the motorola V7xx. Remember to set the "UseClip" to false.

    Replace the PhoneBookLocation tag with this:
    <PhoneBookLocation id="2" name="Symbian OS" static="True">SYMBIAN</PhoneBookLocation>

    At this point the phoco will connect to motorola. You'll have your phonebook, you can call.

    Problems:
    - No activity for incoming calls. Phoco will remain silence.
    - Sometimes Phoco will not hang up the phone, even if you push the right button. In the interface it will stop, but the phone you called continue ringing.
    - On your phone you don't see nothing. Nada. You make a call? Invisible on the phone.
    - You cannot send sms.
    - You cannot read sms.

    In this way Phoco with the A1000 is almost useless.
    I know motorola has a proprietary set of AT command. I've played a little with hyperterminal, here the log:
    Code:
    atz
    OK
    at+mode=2
    OK
    
    +MBAN: Motorola CE, Copyright 2004
    at+cpbs=?
    +CPBS: ("ME","SM","MT","ON","DC","LD","MC","RC","EN","AD","QD","SD","FD")
    
    OK
    at+cpbs=ad
    OK
    at+mpbr=?
    +MPBR: 1-2079,4216,4216,8,0-1,50,(0255),(0),(0-1),(1),(255),0,(0-1,255),0,(0),0,0,0,0,0,0,0
    
    OK
    at+mode=0
    OK
    In simple words, i can see the supported phonebook, and the properties for the fileds in the phonebook.
    I can choose a phonebook. I'm not still able to list phonebook entries.

    In the next days i'll give it a try.
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    Maximum Bitrate Frankino's Avatar
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    any progress? I'm going to get an A1000i for my work
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    256mb DDR-2 533
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    100% installed and working :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cancer
    Hi all, in these days i've tried to figure out phoco how to work with my smartphone.
    I've read some user asking for the a1000, but no answer yet. so here is.

    Our phone can connect only by dial-up, no serial port service for the A1000. Use the PhoneTest program provided with phoco to find the right port (Run the bluetooth wizard in Phone Test)

    Phoco see the battery level and the signal quality
    Is not possible to send sms.
    The phonebook is to be static. You've to sincronize it by the Desktop suite provided by motorola, save as .wab (default windows) on your pc, open it and save as .csv. Then open with PBConverter2 provided by phoco, assign the right number to fields (button down left) and save it to the main phoco directory.

    Then modify the main xml with the modifications for the motorola V7xx. Remember to set the "UseClip" to false.

    Replace the PhoneBookLocation tag with this:
    <PhoneBookLocation id="2" name="Symbian OS" static="True">SYMBIAN</PhoneBookLocation>

    At this point the phoco will connect to motorola. You'll have your phonebook, you can call.

    Problems:
    - No activity for incoming calls. Phoco will remain silence.
    - Sometimes Phoco will not hang up the phone, even if you push the right button. In the interface it will stop, but the phone you called continue ringing.
    - On your phone you don't see nothing. Nada. You make a call? Invisible on the phone.
    - You cannot send sms.
    - You cannot read sms.

    In this way Phoco with the A1000 is almost useless.
    I know motorola has a proprietary set of AT command. I've played a little with hyperterminal, here the log:
    Code:
    atz
    OK
    at+mode=2
    OK
    
    +MBAN: Motorola CE, Copyright 2004
    at+cpbs=?
    +CPBS: ("ME","SM","MT","ON","DC","LD","MC","RC","EN","AD","QD","SD","FD")
    
    OK
    at+cpbs=ad
    OK
    at+mpbr=?
    +MPBR: 1-2079,4216,4216,8,0-1,50,(0255),(0),(0-1),(1),(255),0,(0-1,255),0,(0),0,0,0,0,0,0,0
    
    OK
    at+mode=0
    OK
    In simple words, i can see the supported phonebook, and the properties for the fileds in the phonebook.
    I can choose a phonebook. I'm not still able to list phonebook entries.

    In the next days i'll give it a try.

    How did you get dial-up to work? I'm unlocked on Generic software and I cant connect

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    Maximum Bitrate Frankino's Avatar
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    guys, I found a great tool that could help us a lot
    it's called Remote A92x, whit this you can control your phone using PC, like a real remote client
    take a look at it
    http://www.handango.com/PlatformProd...19181&siteId=1
    Peugeot 206 1.4 HDi

    Intel Mini-ITX Mainboard
    Celeron 1.2ghz
    256mb DDR-2 533
    80gig 3.5" SATA HDD
    Sb Live 5.1 w/ KXProject Drivers
    M2-ATX
    8" Lilliput TS LCD

    100% installed and working :D

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