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GNOME BluePhone

BluePhone is a bluetooth mobile phone manager for the GNOME desktop. It sits in the notification area and allows you to send SMS messages, manage your address book, create a custom remote-control accessory on supported phones (eg Sony Ericsson T68), and read incoming messages on your desktop.

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  •  05 Apr 2004 10:55

Release Notes: Compilation issues have been fixed, and BluePhone now allows you to specify the device address and RFCOMM channel from the commandline.

  •  05 Apr 2004 02:31

Release Notes: The SMS messaging and accessory menu features are working.

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