Implementing Bluetooth SIM Access Profile (SAP) on OpenMoko

Onur Cinar ocinar at
Wed Sep 10 00:25:58 CEST 2008

Hi Stefan,
I definitely appreciate for all your help. I will now start communicating
with TI for licensing, and also to find out how much customization they will
allow us to do, and how much of them I can contribute back to the OpenMoko

I will keep you and the kernel list informed when we make some achievement
on the device.

Best regards,


On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 2:58 PM, Stefan Schmidt <stefan at> wrote:

> Hello.
> On Tue, 2008-09-09 at 14:30, Onur Cinar wrote:
> >
> > Thank you for your quick and detailed response. It seems like the task
> will
> > be much harder than I was envisioning.
> Indeed. Nice that you still see it as a challenge and not as impossible. :)
> > Based on OpenMoko wiki pages, I'm assuming that customizing the TI
> Calypso
> > won't be possible through open source?
> Correct, not possible.
> > Does OpenMoko has any customizations on it already?
> Yes, but only small extensions of the AT command set. We don't even have
> the
> full source code for the GSM stack. We have some parts of the AT command
> parser
> as source, but a  lot other parts are only binary blobs we can compile
> against.
> Sadly we are not allowed to give you access to the code.
> regards
> Stefan Schmidt
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