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Version 0.9.0 of SCMxx

Release Notes: This version adds three more applications that can decode several file formats from the flexible memory of Siemens mobile phones (including models from the 45, 55, 65, and 75 series). This also adds native support for systems' bluetooth stacks (for Linux bluez, FreeBSD netgraph, and Windows winsock2).

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  •  01 Mar 2006 07:29

Release Notes: This version adds three more applications that can decode several file formats from the flexible memory of Siemens mobile phones (including models from the 45, 55, 65, and 75 series). This also adds native support for systems' bluetooth stacks (for Linux bluez, FreeBSD netgraph, and Windows winsock2).

  •  18 Nov 2005 18:18

Release Notes: This release fixes all known bugs in the previous version. Phonebook's progress is now displayed in a progress bar. The help output has been rewritten.

  •  25 Sep 2005 02:21

    Release Notes: The mingw compilation environment is now supported. Some compilation fixes for *BSD are included. The proper SMS character set is now automatically selected. The help output now covers all available options.

    •  14 Jul 2005 03:10

      Release Notes: The SMS code now supports multipart message encoding on sending, and Docbook XML is used for man pages (with HTML output). pin file (~/.scmxx/pin) support was added. A few new options were added and support for options deprecated in earlier versions was removed. This version now supports file uploads for S55 (not obex).

      •  13 Feb 2005 08:42

      Release Notes: This release fixes the broken transparent pin processing and the broken direct SMS receive mode. It is now possible to let scmxx find an empty phonebook slot for easier entry adding. This version also adds support for OS/2, a new option --system-charset, and features a new special string "last" for phonebooks. Direct receiving of short message status reports is now enabled. There is now an Italian translation included.

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