[qtmoko] pim import
urodelomutante at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 14 17:58:56 CEST 2010
I've just checked my sim card on another telephone, and it shows the
contacts which shouldn't be there because I've previously deleted them.
This means that qtmoko has copied them from sqlite to the sim, which after
a reboot has imported them back to sqlite, but with the family names
truncated at the 4th character (because the sim card doesn't support so
many characters for a contact, therefore it's not recognized as a
duplicate). This is a behavior which i absolutely want to avoid, how can I
avoid qtmoko to copy to/from sim card?
On Thu, 14 Oct 2010 12:30:29 +0200, giacomo 'giotti' mariani
<giacomomariani at yahoo.it> wrote:
>> During these days I'm trying to import/export pim data to/from qtmoko,
>> I've some problems.
>> I've deleted all the contacts from the sim card, deleted them all from
>> addressbook on sqlite db, and then imported a vcard file. The import
>> successful, but after rebooting/unmounting the battery or the sim card,
>> addressbook looks full of duplicated entries, and those duplicates are
>> an exact copy of another record: the family name is cut after the 4th
>> character, and among the different fields, only the telephone numbers
>> appear, no email, address, category, etc. Weird to say, not all the
>> original contacts have been duplicated (anyway they are the greatest
>> part). How can I avoid getting all these duplicated records?
>> Second issue: is there a way to import ical data into the calender
>> the todo of qtmoko? If yes, how?
>> Thank you,
> I've noticed a similar behavior looking at the contacts (not) shared
> between QtEI (NAND) and QtMoko (uSD) and the one imported/exported via
> I think that Qt* automatically export contacts to SIM, but only if they
> are of some given kind (may be, for example, TEL;WORK;VOICE, but not
> This means that sqt2vcf should be improved...
> Moreover, I'd like to have (like in ASU2008 and FDTM) the "export to
> SIM" voice in the contact's menu :-).
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