Gammu+ is a tool for developers and users to help explore cellular phones functionality over Bluetooth, infrared, or cable. It currently supports, for example, various Nokia devices. Depending on the phone model, it can manage the phone book, calendar, todo, notes, SMS, MMS, and phone filesystem (with such tasks as backup/restore for data using files/PostgreSQL, sending SMS, viewing MMS, and more).
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Windows|
Release Notes: This release SyncML backup for phonebook, calendar, todo, notes, and SMS (tested with Symbian N82), adds uploading files to the OBEX default inbox, improves OBEX filesystem browsing, and has many small fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds support for OBEX in Nokia Symbian, non-Symbian, Siemens, and other compatible devices, It improves GUI compatibility with various DPI settings in Windows, has improved filesystem, SMS, and MMS support, and has many small fixes and improvements.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Visual C++ 2008 in Windows, Bluetooth and PostgreSQL in Linux, and partial support for caller groups. Some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds backup for WAP bookmarks and FM radio stations. Optimizations have been made in many places. Receiving MMS for Series 40 3.0 phones has been added to the SMS/MMS daemon.
Release Notes: This release adds a daemon for receiving SMS/MMS to a PostgreSQL database. It adds the ability to save MMS and read SMS/MMS from a backup file. Adding SMS to a backup file while sending an SMS (from the GUI) has been added. There are improvements for EMS decoding. This release adds ID for a few new models.