Re: [NTLK] Cellular modem and phone-to-modem questions

From: Andy Hill <>
Date: Sun May 31 2009 - 16:58:35 EDT

Hi Scott

This is probably not relevant:

I have a Nokio 2110 (old, bulky and featureless), coupled with a nokia
GSM card and cable (card and cable available from JK Sales). This does
work and allowed me to access or send email whilst out and about. I
don't actually use it very often but can attest to it functioning.

I have also tried the Nokia CardPhone 2 with newton drivers downloaded
from Unna but unfortunately I never got this to work but one would
assume it should given that the drivers are available?.

I tried and get the Newt to dial up a connection via a PICO
card and bluetooth to a mobile phone. The farthest I got was that the
phone started to dial up but the Newt then kept on turning itself off at
this point. I did exchange some email correspondence with Eckhart about
it but never got to resolve it.

What are you thinking of doing??



Matt Howe wrote:
> Can the Pico cards used to give a Newton bluetooth act as a
> serial source for NIE?

> Scott Hoffman
> Sent: Saturday, May 30, 2009 7:50 PM
> To: Newtontalk Mailing List
> Subject: [NTLK] Cellular modem and phone-to-modem questions
> Greetings,
> I searched through the archives and found a little bit about
> cell modems - enough to get me interested in trying it out for myself.

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