There is an efficient and easy to use tool named ' GPRS Easy Connect ' to
get GPRS connection on GNU/Linux. You can download it from the following
- Tinku Sampath
On 6/27/06, sandeep Kumar < blackray(a)indiainfo.com> wrote:
Unfortunately I invested in Nokia 3120 for accessing internet via PC(I
was/am looking for a non-camera and non-song phone for the purpose).
Is there any way I can get it working as modem on Linux atleast?
I have tried gnokii 0.6.12 on Linux kernel 220.127.116.11 and though slow,
gnokii identifies 3120 successfully, though xgnokii seems to take ages to
get contact details and often I have to kill the app.
I am trying with (non-nokia) CA-42 cable to connect to phone, and have
been successful in using Nokia PC-Suite to view contacts etc. on windows,
but again no success in using it as modem.
I don't know about the possibility of it, but is it possible that a
software modem simulation module (if open source community or nokia
themselves provides) can be developed that once downloaded and integrated
with existing phone software allows nokia 3120 to be used as gprs modem?
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