Release Notes: Some portability problems were fixed for Win32, Mac OS X, FreeBSD, and Linux. Support for Inbox SMS reading was improved for Series40 3rd+ edition. New memory types are supported: Status Reports, Drafts, and Outbox with items not yet sent. Conversion functions for vCards were improved. Bluetooth channel autodetection was implemented. Call divert support was improved. Hardcoded limits have started to be replaced with dynamic allocation. Support for Sagems, Samsungs, and Sony-Ericssons was improved. Various potential and real overflows and other bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Series40 phones are now able to read SMS. DKU-5 initialization has been fixed. The build system has changed to automake.
Release Notes: Fixes for incoming call and SMS notifications support. A fix for long SMS splitting. The extended phonebook has been updated for series40 phones handling. Multi-part SMS support has been added for the SMSD MySQL backend.
Release Notes: The libgnokii API was made more convenient to third party applications. A few memory leaks and incorrect sprintf() uses were fixed. Phonebook entries with no name (e.g. missed calls) are not empty. Win32 compatibility fixes were made. Support for DKU2 cable was added using libusb.
Release Notes: Major changes include filesystem support, DKU2 cable support (including the Linux kernel driver), and better phonebook and calendar output. There are many minor fixes and updates.
Release Notes: This release supports Symbian phones. The phones currently tested are Nokia 3650, Nokia 6600, and Siemens SX1. Support is still very limited but already basic operations with the phonebook are possible. There are a few bugfixes and updates over the rest of the code.
Release Notes: The highlight of this prerelease is the Bluetooth support. AT driver and nk7110 drivers can take advantage of the Bluetooth. nk6510 support is not yet functional. nk3110 cleanups, Win32 port fixes, and cleanups to allow gnokii to be build with C++ compiler were also made.
Release Notes: A more flexible internal structure introduced in this release will permit multiple phone support in future versions. More phones are now supported, including the 6310. smsd is now part of main distribution, a tool useful for folk doing database-based and automated messaging work.