Dial In/Out + SMS In/Out now works
kevin at foreverdean.info
Thu Jan 24 20:56:32 CET 2008
Those steps exactly up until #8, which I've never seen.
On Jan 24, 2008 2:55 PM, Peter Rasmussen <plr at udgaard.com> wrote:
> The way I sent a message was:
> 0.Boot up the Neo, enter SIM code and wait for registration.
> 1.Select the message icon from the home page.
> 2.On the bottom select the pencil looking icon, which apparently puts
> you into message writing mode.
> 3.Enter a phone number at the top input bar, labelled 'Unknown'. I
> didn't use country code, eg. +45 for Denmark, and I don't suppose it is
> 4.Push on the field below and type some text, which will become your SMS
> 5.The 0/160 field to above-right will show how many characters you have
> typed and how many your are able to type in all.
> 6.Regarding how many characters you are able to type in all, 160 is
> actually not correct, but should be 156. I don't remember what the last
> 4 chars are used for, because GSM says 160 chars, but effectively it has
> always been 156chars.
> 7.When you are done, hit the top-left icon that looks like an envelope
> in a hurry.
> 8.You should now get pop-up windows showing that connection attempts are
> made to your service provider.
> 9.If you get as far as #8. the message should be on its way, but if no
> message shows up after hitting the 'send' button, then the message is
> not sent.
> Let us know how you do (everyone of you, with a Neo! :-)
> Lucas Bonnet wrote:
> > Peter Rasmussen <plr at udgaard.com> writes:
> >> With the recent image:
> >> http://buildhost.openmoko.org/daily/neo1973/deploy/glibc/images/neo1973/OpenMoko-openmoko-devel-image-glibc-ipk-P1-Snapshot-20080123-fic-gta01.rootfs.tar.gz
> >> I was able to make voice calls and messaging work on my GTA01, and
> >> this is great progress seen from a user's perspective!
> >> The Message UI is rather puzzling, though, I was able to use it.
> > Indeed, now it seems to be a bit more reliable, it asks for my PIN and
> > autoregisters at every reboot. Just in time for my OpenMoko demo next
> > week :)
> > I haven't managed to send a SMS though, the UI is quite puzzling, and
> > the Random Button Pressing Technique didn't get me very far.
> > Regards,
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