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NAME

       Gammu - Does some neat things with your cellular phone or modem.

SYNOPSIS

       Usage: gammu [parameters] <command> [options]

DESCRIPTION

       This  program  is a tool for mobile phones. Many vendors and phones are
       supported, for actual listing see <http://cihar.com/gammu/phonedb/>.

OPTIONS

       Parameters before command configure gammu behaviour:
       -c / --config <filename> ... name of configuration file
       -s / --section <confign> ... section of config file to use, eg. 42
       -d / --debug <level> ...  debug  level  (see  gammurc(5)  for  possible
       values)
       -f / --debug-file <filename> ... file for logging debug messages

   Commands
       Commands can be specified with or without leading --.

   Calls
       answercall [ID]
              Answer incoming call.

       cancelcall [ID]
              Cancel incoming call

       canceldiverts

       conferencecall ID

       dialvoice number [show|hide]
              Make voice call from SIM card line set in phone.

       divert  get|set  all|busy|noans|outofreach  all|voice|fax|data  [number
       timeout]

       getspeeddial start [stop]

       getussd code

       holdcall ID

       maketerminatedcall number length [show|hide]
              Make  voice  call  from SIM card line set in phone which will be
              terminated after length seconds.

       monitor [times]
              Get phone status and writes  continuously  to  standard  output.
              Press Ctrl+C to break this state.

       senddtmf sequence
              Plays DTMF sequence. In some phones available only during calls

       splitcall ID

       switchcall [ID]

       transfercall [ID]

       unholdcall ID

   SMS and EMS
       Sending  messages might look a bit complicated on first attempt to use.
       But be patient, the command line has been written  in  order  to  allow
       almost every usage. See EXAMPLE section for some hints on usage.

       addsms folder file [-yes]
              Adds  SMSes  from  file (format like backupsms uses) to selected
              folder in phone.

       addsmsfolder name

       backupsms file [-yes|-all]
              Stores all SMSes from phone to file.

              Use -yes for answering yes to all questions (backup all messages
              and  delete them from phone), or -all to just backup all folders
              while keeping messages in phone.

       deleteallsms folder
              Delete all SMS from specified SMS folder.

       deletesms folder start [stop]
              Delete SMS from phone. See description for getsms for info about
              sms folders naming convention.

              Locations are numerated from 1.

       displaysms ... (options like in sendsms)

              Displays  PDU  data  of  encoded  SMS  messages. It accepts same
              parameters and behaves same like sendsms.

       getallsms -pbk
              Get all SMS from phone. In some phones you will  have  also  SMS
              templates  and info about locations used to save Picture Images.
              With each sms you will see location. If you want to get such sms
              from phone alone, use gammu getsms 0 location

       geteachsms -pbk
              Similiary   to   getallsms.   Difference   is,  that  links  all
              contacenated sms

       getsms folder start [stop]
              Get SMS.

              Locations are numerated from 1.

              When give folder 0, sms is given from  "flat"  memory  (all  sms
              from  all  folders have unique numbers). It’s sometimes emulated
              by Gammu.  You can use it with all phones.

              When give folder 1, 2, etc. sms are taken  from  Inbox,  Outbox,
              etc.   and  each  sms  has  unique number in his folder. Name of
              folders can depend on your  phone  (the  most  often  1="Inbox",
              2="Outbox",  etc.).   This method is not supported by all phones
              (for example, not supported by Nokia 3310, 5110, 6110). If  work
              with your phone, use getsmsfolders to get folders list.

       getsmsc [start [stop]]
              Get SMSC settings from SIM card.

              Locations are numerated from 1.

       getsmsfolders
              Get names for SMS folders in phone

       nokiagett9

       restoresms file [-yes]
              Restores  SMSes  from  file  (format  like  backupsms  uses)  to
              selected folder in  phone.  Please  note  that  this  overwrites
              existing messages in phone (if it supports it).

       savesms  VCARD10|VCARD21  file  SM|ME  location  [-nokia]  [-folder id]
       [-unread] [-read] [-unsent] [-sent] [-sender  number]  [-smsname  name]
       [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]
              Read  phonebook  entry  from  file  created by backup option and
              saves in VCARD 1.0 (only name and default number) or  VCARD  2.1
              (all  entry  details  with all numbers, text and name) format as
              SMS

       savesms ANIMATION frames file1 file2... [-folder id] [-unread]  [-read]
       [-unsent]  [-sent]  [-sender  number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number]
       [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       savesms BOOKMARK file location [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent]
       [-sent] [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber
       number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]
              Read WAP bookmark from file created by backup option  and  saves
              in Nokia format as SMS

       savesms CALENDAR file location [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent]
       [-sent] [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber
       number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]
              Read  calendar note from file created by backup option and saves
              in VCALENDAR 1.0 format as SMS

       savesms CALLER file [-folder id] [-unread]  [-read]  [-unsent]  [-sent]
       [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number]
       [-reply] [-maxsms num]
              Save caller logo as sms (Nokia format - size 72x14).

       savesms EMS [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent]  [-sent]  [-sender
       number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply]
       [-maxsms num] [-unicode]  [-16bit]  [-format  lcrasbiut]  [-text  text]
       [-unicodefiletext  file]  [-defsound  ID]  [-defanimation  ID] [-tone10
       file] [-tone10long file] [-tone12  file]  [-tone12long  file]  [-toneSE
       file]  [-toneSElong  file]  [-fixedbitmap  file] [-variablebitmap file]
       [-variablebitmaplong file] [-animation frames  file1  ...]  [-protected
       number]

              Saves  EMS  sequence.  All  parameters   after   -unread   (like
              -defsound) can be used few times.

              -text - adds text

              -unicodefiletext - adds text from Unicode file

              -defanimation  -  adds  default  animation  with ID specified by
              user.ID for different phones are different.

              -animation - adds "frames" frames read from file1, file2, etc.

              -defsound - adds default sound with ID specified by user. ID for
              different phones are different.

              -tone10  -  adds  IMelody  version  1.0  read from RTTL or other
              compatible file

              -tone10long - IMelody version 1.0 saved in one of few  SMS  with
              UPI.  Phones compatible with UPI (like SonyEricsson phones) will
              read such ringtone as one

              -tone12 - adds IMelody version  1.2  read  from  RTTL  or  other
              compatible file

              -tone12long  -  IMelody version 1.0 saved in one of few SMS with
              UPI. Phones compatible with UPI (like SonyEricsson phones)  will
              read such ringtone as one

              -toneSE - adds IMelody in "short" form supported by SonyEricsson
              phones

              -tone10long - SonyEricsson IMelody saved in one or few SMS  with
              UPI

              -variablebitmap - bitmap in any size saved in one SMS

              -variablebitmaplong  -  bitmap with maximal size 96x128 saved in
              one or few sms

              -fixedbitmap  - bitmap 16x16 or 32x32

              -protected - all ringtones  and  bitmaps  after  this  parameter
              (excluding  default ringtones and logos) will be "protected" (in
              phones compatible with ODI like SonyEricsson products  it  won’t
              be possible to forward them from phone menu)

              Example:  gammu  savesms EMS -text "Greetings" -defsound 1 -text
              "from Gammu" -tone10 axelf.txt -animation 2 file1.bmp file2.bmp

              will create EMS sequence with text "Greetings" and default sound
              1  and  text  "from  Gammu"  and  ringtone axelf.txt and 2 frame
              animation read from (1’st  frame)  file1.bmp  and  (2’nd  frame)
              file2.bmp

              Example:  gammu  savesms  EMS  -protected  2 -variablebitmaplong
              ala.bmp -toneSElong axelf.txt -toneSE ring.txt

              ala.bmp and axelf.txt will be "protected"

       savesms MMSINDICATOR URL Title Sender [-folder  id]  [-unread]  [-read]
       [-unsent]  [-sent]  [-sender  number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number]
       [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       savesms MMSSETTINGS  file  location   [-folder  id]  [-unread]  [-read]
       [-unsent]  [-sent]  [-sender  number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number]
       [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       savesms OPERATOR file [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent]  [-sent]
       [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number]
       [-reply] [-maxsms num] [-netcode netcode] [-biglogo]
              Save operator logo as sms (Nokia format - size  72x14  or  78x21
              after using -biglogo).

       savesms  PICTURE  file [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent] [-sent]
       [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number]
       [-reply] [-maxsms num] [-text text] [-unicode] [-alcatelbmmi]
              Save Picture Image as sms (Nokia format - size 72x28).

       savesms  PROFILE  [-folder  id]  [-unread]  [-read]  [-unsent]  [-sent]
       [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number]
       [-reply]   [-maxsms  num]  [-name  name]  [-bitmap  bitmap]  [-ringtone
       ringtone]
              Read  ringtone (RTTL) format and bitmap (Picture Image size) and
              name and save as Nokia profile.

       savesms RINGTONE file [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent]  [-sent]
       [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number]
       [-reply] [-maxsms num] [-long] [-scale]
              Read RTTL ringtone from file and  save  as  SMS  into  SIM/phone
              memory.  Ringtone is saved in Nokia format.

              -folder number - save to specified folder.

              Folders are numerated from 1.

              The most often folder 1 = "Inbox", 2 = "Outbox", etc.

              -unread  -  makes message unread. In some phones (like 6210) you
              won’t see unread sms envelope after saving  such  sms.  In  some
              phones  with internal SMS memory (like 6210) after using it with
              folder 1 SIM SMS memory will be used

              -read - makes message read. In some  phones  with  internal  SMS
              memory  (like  6210) after using it with folder 1 SIM SMS memory
              will be used -unsent - makes message unsent

              -reply - reply SMSC is set

              -sender number - set sender number

              -flash - Class 0 SMS

              -smscset number - SMSC will be taken from  set  number.  Default
              set: 1

              -smscnumber number - SMSC number

              -long  - ringtone is saved using Profile style. It can be longer
              (and saved in 2 SMS), but decoded only  by  newer  phones  (like
              33xx)

              -scale  -  ringtone  will have Scale info for each note. It will
              allow to edit it correctly later in phone composer (for example,
              in 33xx)

       savesms  SMSTEMPLATE  [-folder  id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent] [-sent]
       [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number]
       [-reply]  [-maxsms num] [-unicode] [-text text] [-unicodefiletext file]
       [-defsound ID] [-defanimation ID]  [-tone10  file]  [-tone10long  file]
       [-tone12  file]  [-tone12long  file]  [-toneSE file] [-toneSElong file]
       [-variablebitmap file] [-variablebitmaplong  file]  [-animation  frames
       file1 ...]

       savesms  TEXT [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent] [-sent] [-sender
       number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply]
       [-maxsms  num]  [-inputunicode]  [-16bit] [-flash] [-len len] [-autolen
       len]    [-unicode]    [-enablevoice]    [-disablevoice]    [-enablefax]
       [-disablefax]       [-enableemail]      [-disableemail]      [-voidsms]
       [-replacemessages ID] [-replacefile file]  [-text  msgtext]  [-textutf8
       msgtext]
              Take  text  from  stdin  (or commandline if -text specified) and
              save as text SMS into SIM/phone memory.

              -folder number - save to specified folder.

              Folders are numerated from 1.

              The most often  folder  1  =  "Inbox",  2  =  "Outbox",etc.  Use
              getsmsfolders to get folder list.

              -unread  -  makes message unread. In some phones (like 6210) you
              won’t see unread sms envelope after saving  such  sms.  In  some
              phones  with internal SMS memory (like 6210) after using it with
              folder 1 SIM SMS memory will be used

              -read - makes message read. In some  phones  with  internal  SMS
              memory  (like  6210) after using it with folder 1 SIM SMS memory
              will be used

              -unsent - makes message unsent

              -reply - reply SMSC is set

              -sender number - set sender number (default: "Gammu")

              -flash - Class 0 SMS

              -smscset number - SMSC will be taken from  set  number.  Default
              set: 1

              -smscnumber number - SMSC number

              -len  len  - specify, how many chars will be read. When use this
              option and text will be longer than 1 SMS, will be splitted into
              more linked SMS

              -autolen  len  -  specify, how many chars will be read. When use
              this option and text will be longer than 1 SMS, will be splitted
              into  more linked SMS.Coding type (SMS default alphabet/Unicode)
              is set according to input text

              -enablevoice | -disablevoice  |  -enablefax   |  -disablefax   |
              -enableemail   |  -disableemail  - sms will set such indicators.
              Text will be cut to 1 sms.

              -voidsms  -  many  phones  after  receiving  it  won’t   display
              anything,  only beep, vibrate or turn on light. Text will be cut
              to 1 sms.

              -unicode - SMS will be saved in Unicode format

              -inputunicode - input text is in Unicode.

              -text - get text from command line instead of stdin.

              -textutf8 - get text in  UTF-8  from  command  line  instead  of
              stdin.

              TIP:  You can create Unicode file using WordPad in Win32 (during
              saving select "Unicode Text Document" format). In Unix  can  use
              for example YUdit.

              -replacemessages  ID  - ID can be 1..7. When you will use option
              and send more single SMS to one recipient with the same ID, each
              another SMS will replace each previous with the same ID

              -replacefile  file   -  when you want, you can make file in such
              format:          src_unicode_char1,          dest_unicode_char1,
              src_unicode_char2,  dest_unicode_char2 (everything in one line).
              After reading text  for  SMS  from  stdin  there  will  be  made
              translation and each src char will be converted to dest char. In
              docs there is example file (replace.txt), which will change  all
              "a" chars to "1"

              TIP:  when  use  ~ char in sms text and -unicode option (Unicode
              coding required), text of sms after ~ char will  blink  in  some
              phones (like N33xx)

              Example: echo some_text | gammu savesms TEXT

       savesms  TODO  file  location  [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent]
       [-sent] [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber
       number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       savesms WAPINDICATOR URL Title [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent]
       [-sent] [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber
       number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       savesms  WAPSETTINGS  file  location  DATA|GPRS  [-folder id] [-unread]
       [-read] [-unsent] [-sent] [-sender number]  [-smsname  name]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]
              Read  WAP  settings from file created by backup option and saves
              in Nokia format as SMS

       sendsms  VCARD10|VCARD21  destination  file  SM|ME  location   [-nokia]
       [-report]  [-validity  HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]  [-save [-folder
       number]] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms  ANIMATION  destination   frames   file1   file2...   [-report]
       [-validity  HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]  [-save  [-folder  number]]
       [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms  BOOKMARK  destination  file  location   [-report]   [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms  CALENDAR  destination  file  location   [-report]   [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms    CALLER     destination     file     [-report]     [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms       EMS        destination        [-report]        [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num] [-unicode] [-16bit]
       [-format lcrasbiut] [-text text] [-unicodefiletext file] [-defsound ID]
       [-defanimation ID] [-tone10 file]  [-tone10long  file]  [-tone12  file]
       [-tone12long  file]  [-toneSE  file]  [-toneSElong  file] [-fixedbitmap
       file] [-variablebitmap  file]  [-variablebitmaplong  file]  [-animation
       frames file1 ...] [-protected number]

       sendsms MMSINDICATOR destination URL Title Sender [-report]  [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms MMSSETTINGS  destination  file  location  [-report]  [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms    OPERATOR    destination    file     [-report]     [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num] [-netcode  netcode]
       [-biglogo]

       sendsms    PICTURE    destination     file     [-report]     [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number]  [-smscnumber  number]  [-reply]  [-maxsms  num]  [-text  text]
       [-unicode] [-alcatelbmmi]

       sendsms      PROFILE       destination       [-report]       [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number]  [-smscnumber  number]  [-reply]  [-maxsms  num]  [-name  name]
       [-bitmap bitmap] [-ringtone ringtone]

       sendsms    RINGTONE    destination    file     [-report]     [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num] [-long] [-scale]

       sendsms     SMSTEMPLATE      destination      [-report]      [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]  [-unicode]  [-text
       text]   [-unicodefiletext   file]  [-defsound  ID]  [-defanimation  ID]
       [-tone10 file] [-tone10long file]  [-tone12  file]  [-tone12long  file]
       [-toneSE    file]    [-toneSElong    file]    [-variablebitmap    file]
       [-variablebitmaplong file] [-animation frames file1 ...]

       sendsms       TEXT       destination        [-report]        [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number]  [-reply]  [-maxsms  num]  [-inputunicode]
       [-16bit]  [-flash]  [-len len] [-autolen len] [-unicode] [-enablevoice]
       [-disablevoice]     [-enablefax]      [-disablefax]      [-enableemail]
       [-disableemail]  [-voidsms]  [-replacemessages  ID] [-replacefile file]
       [-text msgtext] [-textutf8 msgtext]

       sendsms   TODO   destination   file   location   [-report]   [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms  WAPINDICATOR  destination  URL  Title   [-report]   [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms  WAPSETTINGS  destination  file  location  DATA|GPRS  [-report]
       [-validity  HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]  [-save  [-folder  number]]
       [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

   Memory (phonebooks and calls)
       addcategory TODO|PHONEBOOK text

       addnew file [-yes]
              Adds data written in  file  created  using  backup  option.  All
              things  backup’ed by backup can be restored (when made backup to
              Gammu text file).

              Please note that this adds all content of backup file  to  phone
              and does not care about current data in the phone (no duplicates
              are detected).

       backup file [-yes]
              Backup your phone to file. It’s possible to backup  (depends  on
              phone and backup format):

              * phonebook from SIM and phone memory
              * calendar notes
              * SMSC settings
              * operator logo
              * startup (static) logo or startup text
              * WAP bookmarks
              * WAP settings
              * caller logos and groups
              * user ringtones

              There are various backup formats supported and the backup format
              is guessed based on file extension:

              * .lmb - Nokia  backup,  supports  contacts,  caller  logos  and
              startup logo.
              * .vcs - vCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              * .vcf - vCard, supports contacts.
              * .ldif - LDAP import, supports contacts.
              * .ics - iCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              *  Any  other extension is Gammu backup file and it supports all
              data mentioned above.

              TIP: if you will backup settings to Gammu text file, it will  be
              possible to edit it. It’s easy: many things in this file will be
              written double - once in Unicode, once in ASCII. When  you  will
              remove  Unicode version Gammu will use ASCII on restore (and you
              can easy edit ASCII text) and will convert it according to  your
              OS  locale.  When  will be available Unicode version of text, it
              will be used instead of ASCII (usefull with Unicode phones -  it
              isn’t   important,  what  locale  is  set  in  computer  and  no
              conversion Unicode -> ASCII and ASCII -> Unicode is done).

              TIP: you can use any editor with regular expressions function to
              edit   backup   text   file.   Example:   TextPad   4.2.2   from
              http://www.textpad.com/ with regular expressions based on  POSIX
              standard P1003.2 is OK for it.  Few examples for it:

              * to remove info about voice tags:
              FROM: ^Entry\([0-9][0-9]\)VoiceTag = \(.*\)\n
              TO:

              * to change all numbers starting from +3620, +3630, +3660, +3670
              to +3620
              Find:   Type    =    NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text    =
              "\+36\(20\|30\|60\|70\)
              Repl: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+3620

              *  to  change  phone numbers type to mobile for numbers starting
              from +3620, +3630,... and removing the corresponding TextUnicode
              line
              F:     Type     =    NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text    =
              "\+36\([2367]0\)\([^\"]*\)"\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)TextUnicode    =
              \([^\n]*\)\n
              R: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+36\2\3"\n

       clearall

       deleteallmemory DC|MC|RC|ON|VM|SM|ME|MT|FD|SL
              Deletes all entries from specified memory type.

       deletememory DC|MC|RC|ON|VM|SM|ME|MT|FD|SL start [stop]
              Deletes entries in specified range from specified memory type.

       getallcategory TODO|PHONEBOOK

       getallmemory DC|MC|RC|ON|VM|SM|ME|MT|FD|SL

       getcategory TODO|PHONEBOOK start [stop]

       getmemory DC|MC|RC|ON|VM|SM|ME|MT|FD|SL start [stop [-nonempty]]
              Get memory location from phone.

              Locations are numerated from 1.

              DC = Dialled calls
              MC = Missed calls
              RC = Received calls
              ON = Own numbers
              VM = voice mailbox
              SM = SIM phonebook
              ME = phone internal phonebook
              FD = fixed dialling
              SL = sent SMS log

       getspeeddial start [stop]

       listmemorycategory text|number

       nokiagetpbkfeatures memorytype

       restore file [-yes]
              Restore settings written in file created using backup option.

              Please note that restoring deletes all current content in phone.
              If you want only to add entries to phone, use addnew.

              In some phones restoring calendar notes will not show error, but
              won’t be done, when phone doesn’t have set clock inside.

       savefile VCARD10|VCARD21 target.vcf file SM|ME location

       savesms  VCARD10|VCARD21  file  SM|ME  location  [-nokia]  [-folder id]
       [-unread] [-read] [-unsent] [-sent] [-sender  number]  [-smsname  name]
       [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]
              Read  phonebook  entry  from  file  created by backup option and
              saves in VCARD 1.0 (only name and default number) or  VCARD  2.1
              (all  entry  details  with all numbers, text and name) format as
              SMS

       searchmemory text

       sendsms  VCARD10|VCARD21  destination  file  SM|ME  location   [-nokia]
       [-report]  [-validity  HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]  [-save [-folder
       number]] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

   Filesystem
       addfile folderID name [-type JAR|BMP|PNG|GIF|JPG|MIDI|WBMP|AMR|3GP|NRT]
       [-readonly] [-protected] [-system] [-hidden] [-newtime]
              Add file with specified name to folder with specified folder ID.

              -type  - file type was required for filesystem 1 in Nokia phones
              (current filesystem 2 doesn’t need this)

              -readonly, -protected, -system, -hidden - you can set  readonly,
              protected (file can’t be for example forwarded from phone menu),
              system  and  hidden  (file  is  hidden  from  phone  menu)  file
              attributes

              -newtime - after using it date/time of file modification will be
              set to moment of uploading

       addfolder parentfolderID name

       deletefiles fileID

       deletefolder name

       getfilefolder ID1, ID2, ...

       getfiles ID1, ID2, ...

       getfilesystem [-flatall|-flat]
              Display info about all folders and files in phone  memory/memory
              card. By default there is tree displayed, you can change it:

              -flatall  there  are  displayed full file/folder details like ID
              (first parameter in line)

              -flat

              Please note, that in some phones (like N6230)  content  of  some
              folders (with more files) can be cut (only part of files will be
              displayed) for example on infrared connection. This is not Gammu
              issue, but phone firmware problem.

       getfilesystemstatus

       getfolderlisting folderID

              Display  files and folders available in folder with given folder
              ID. You can get ID’s using getfilesystem -flatall.

              Please note, that in some phones (like N6230)  content  of  some
              folders (with more files) can be cut (only part of files will be
              displayed) for example on infrared connection. This is not Gammu
              issue, but phone firmware problem.

       getrootfolders

              Display info about drives available in phone/memory card.

       nokiaaddfile
       Gallery|Gallery2|Camera|Tones|Tones2|Records|Video|Playlist|MemoryCard
       file   [-name   name]   [-protected]  [-readonly]  [-system]  [-hidden]
       [-newtime]
              Install the *.jar/*.jad file pair of a midlet in the application
              or game menu of the phone. You have to give the name without the
              jar/jad  suffix,  otherwise  you will get the slightly confusing
              error message Can’t open specified file. Read only ?

              The option -overwrite deletes the application’s  .jad  and  .jar
              files bevor installing, but doesn’t delete the application data.
              Option -overwriteall will  also  delete  all  data.  Both  these
              options work only for Application or Game upload.

              Example:   gammu   nokiaaddfile   Application  Alien  will  read
              Alien.JAD and Alien.JAR and add to Applications

              Example: gammu nokiaaddfile Tones file.mid  will  read  file.mid
              and add to Tones folder

              You  can  use  jadmaker(1)  to  generate a .jad file from a .jar
              file.

       nokiaaddplaylists

       sendfile name

       setfileattrib folderID [-system] [-readonly] [-hidden] [-protected]

   Logo and pictures
       copybitmap inputfile [outputfile [OPERATOR|PICTURE|STARTUP|CALLER]]
              Allow  to  convert  logos  files  to  another.  When  give  ONLY
              inputfile,  output  will  be  written to stdout using ASCII art.
              When give output file and format, in  some  file  formats  (like
              NLM) will be set indicator informing about logo type to given.

       getbitmap DEALER
              In  some models it’s possible to save dealer welcome note - text
              displayed during enabling phone,  which  can’t  be  edited  from
              phone menu.  Here you can get it.

       getbitmap CALLER location [file]
              Get caller group logo from phone. Locations 1-5.

       getbitmap OPERATOR [file]
              Get  operator  logo (picture displayed instead of operator name)
              from phone.

       getbitmap PICTURE location [file]
              Get Picture Image from phone.

       getbitmap STARTUP [file]
              Get static startup logo from phone. Allow to save it in file.

       savesms ANIMATION frames file1 file2... [-folder id] [-unread]  [-read]
       [-unsent]  [-sent]  [-sender  number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number]
       [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       savesms CALLER file [-folder id] [-unread]  [-read]  [-unsent]  [-sent]
       [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number]
       [-reply] [-maxsms num]
              Save caller logo as sms (Nokia format - size 72x14).

       savesms OPERATOR file [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent]  [-sent]
       [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number]
       [-reply] [-maxsms num] [-netcode netcode] [-biglogo]
              Save operator logo as sms (Nokia format - size  72x14  or  78x21
              after using -biglogo).

       savesms  PICTURE  file [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent] [-sent]
       [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number]
       [-reply] [-maxsms num] [-text text] [-unicode] [-alcatelbmmi]
              Save Picture Image as sms (Nokia format - size 72x28).

       sendsms   ANIMATION   destination   frames   file1  file2...  [-report]
       [-validity  HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]  [-save  [-folder  number]]
       [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms     CALLER     destination     file     [-report]    [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]  [-save  [-folder  number]]   [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms     OPERATOR     destination    file    [-report]    [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]  [-save  [-folder  number]]   [-smscset
       number]  [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num] [-netcode netcode]
       [-biglogo]

       sendsms     PICTURE     destination     file    [-report]    [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]  [-save  [-folder  number]]   [-smscset
       number]  [-smscnumber  number]  [-reply]  [-maxsms  num]  [-text  text]
       [-unicode] [-alcatelbmmi]

       setbitmap CALLER location [file]
              Set caller logo.

       setbitmap COLOUROPERATOR [fileID [netcode]]

       setbitmap COLOURSTARTUP [fileID]

       setbitmap DEALER text

       setbitmap OPERATOR [file [netcode]]
              Set  operator  logo  in phone. When won’t give file and netcode,
              operator logo will be removed from phone. When  will  give  only
              filename,  operator  logo will be displayed for your current GSM
              operator.  When  give  additionaly  network  code,  it  will  be
              displayed  for this operator: gammu setbitmap OPERATOR file "260
              02"

       setbitmap PICTURE file location [text]

       setbitmap STARTUP file|1|2|3
              Set startup logo in phone. It can be static (then you will  have
              to  give  file  name)  or  one of predefined animated (only some
              phones like Nokia 3310 or 3330 supports it)

       setbitmap TEXT text

       setbitmap WALLPAPER fileID

   Ringtones
       addnew file [-yes]
              Adds data written in  file  created  using  backup  option.  All
              things  backup’ed by backup can be restored (when made backup to
              Gammu text file).

              Please note that this adds all content of backup file  to  phone
              and does not care about current data in the phone (no duplicates
              are detected).

       backup file [-yes]
              Backup your phone to file. It’s possible to backup  (depends  on
              phone and backup format):

              * phonebook from SIM and phone memory
              * calendar notes
              * SMSC settings
              * operator logo
              * startup (static) logo or startup text
              * WAP bookmarks
              * WAP settings
              * caller logos and groups
              * user ringtones

              There are various backup formats supported and the backup format
              is guessed based on file extension:

              * .lmb - Nokia  backup,  supports  contacts,  caller  logos  and
              startup logo.
              * .vcs - vCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              * .vcf - vCard, supports contacts.
              * .ldif - LDAP import, supports contacts.
              * .ics - iCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              *  Any  other extension is Gammu backup file and it supports all
              data mentioned above.

              TIP: if you will backup settings to Gammu text file, it will  be
              possible to edit it. It’s easy: many things in this file will be
              written double - once in Unicode, once in ASCII. When  you  will
              remove  Unicode version Gammu will use ASCII on restore (and you
              can easy edit ASCII text) and will convert it according to  your
              OS  locale.  When  will be available Unicode version of text, it
              will be used instead of ASCII (usefull with Unicode phones -  it
              isn’t   important,  what  locale  is  set  in  computer  and  no
              conversion Unicode -> ASCII and ASCII -> Unicode is done).

              TIP: you can use any editor with regular expressions function to
              edit   backup   text   file.   Example:   TextPad   4.2.2   from
              http://www.textpad.com/ with regular expressions based on  POSIX
              standard P1003.2 is OK for it.  Few examples for it:

              * to remove info about voice tags:
              FROM: ^Entry\([0-9][0-9]\)VoiceTag = \(.*\)\n
              TO:

              * to change all numbers starting from +3620, +3630, +3660, +3670
              to +3620
              Find:   Type    =    NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text    =
              "\+36\(20\|30\|60\|70\)
              Repl: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+3620

              *  to  change  phone numbers type to mobile for numbers starting
              from +3620, +3630,... and removing the corresponding TextUnicode
              line
              F:     Type     =    NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text    =
              "\+36\([2367]0\)\([^\"]*\)"\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)TextUnicode    =
              \([^\n]*\)\n
              R: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+36\2\3"\n

       clearall

       copyringtone source destination [RTTL|BINARY]
              Copy source ringtone to destination.

       getphoneringtone location [file]

              Get one of "default" ringtones and saves into file

       getringtone location [file]
              Get ringtone from phone in RTTL or BINARY format.

              Locations are numerated from 1.

       getringtoneslist

       nokiacomposer file
              Show,  how  to  enter RTTL ringtone in composer existing in many
              Nokia phones (and how should it look like).

       playringtone file
              Play aproximation of ringtone over phone buzzer. File can be  in
              RTTL or BINARY (Nokia DCT3) format.

       playsavedringtone number

              Play one of "built" ringtones. This option is available for DCT4
              phones. For getting ringtones list use getringtoneslist.

       restore file [-yes]
              Restore settings written in file created using backup option.

              Please note that restoring deletes all current content in phone.
              If you want only to add entries to phone, use addnew.

              In some phones restoring calendar notes will not show error, but
              won’t be done, when phone doesn’t have set clock inside.

       savesms RINGTONE file [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent]  [-sent]
       [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number]
       [-reply] [-maxsms num] [-long] [-scale]
              Read RTTL ringtone from file and  save  as  SMS  into  SIM/phone
              memory.  Ringtone is saved in Nokia format.

              -folder number - save to specified folder.

              Folders are numerated from 1.

              The most often folder 1 = "Inbox", 2 = "Outbox", etc.

              -unread  -  makes message unread. In some phones (like 6210) you
              won’t see unread sms envelope after saving  such  sms.  In  some
              phones  with internal SMS memory (like 6210) after using it with
              folder 1 SIM SMS memory will be used

              -read - makes message read. In some  phones  with  internal  SMS
              memory  (like  6210) after using it with folder 1 SIM SMS memory
              will be used -unsent - makes message unsent

              -reply - reply SMSC is set

              -sender number - set sender number

              -flash - Class 0 SMS

              -smscset number - SMSC will be taken from  set  number.  Default
              set: 1

              -smscnumber number - SMSC number

              -long  - ringtone is saved using Profile style. It can be longer
              (and saved in 2 SMS), but decoded only  by  newer  phones  (like
              33xx)

              -scale  -  ringtone  will have Scale info for each note. It will
              allow to edit it correctly later in phone composer (for example,
              in 33xx)

       sendsms     RINGTONE     destination    file    [-report]    [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]  [-save  [-folder  number]]   [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num] [-long] [-scale]

       setringtone file [-location location] [-scale] [-name name]
              Set  ringtone  in  phone.  When  don’t give location, it will be
              written "with preview" (in phones supporting this  feature  like
              61xx  or  6210).  When use RTTL ringtones, give location and use
              -scale, there will be written scale info with each note. It will
              avoid  scale  problems  available  during  editing  ringtone  in
              composer from phone menu (for example, in N33xx).

              TIP: when use ~ char in ringtone  name,  in  some  phones  (like
              33xx) name will blink later in phone menus

   Calendar notes
       addnew file [-yes]
              Adds  data  written  in  file  created  using backup option. All
              things backup’ed by backup can be restored (when made backup  to
              Gammu text file).

              Please  note  that this adds all content of backup file to phone
              and does not care about current data in the phone (no duplicates
              are detected).

       backup file [-yes]
              Backup  your  phone to file. It’s possible to backup (depends on
              phone and backup format):

              * phonebook from SIM and phone memory
              * calendar notes
              * SMSC settings
              * operator logo
              * startup (static) logo or startup text
              * WAP bookmarks
              * WAP settings
              * caller logos and groups
              * user ringtones

              There are various backup formats supported and the backup format
              is guessed based on file extension:

              *  .lmb  -  Nokia  backup,  supports  contacts, caller logos and
              startup logo.
              * .vcs - vCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              * .vcf - vCard, supports contacts.
              * .ldif - LDAP import, supports contacts.
              * .ics - iCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              * Any other extension is Gammu backup file and it  supports  all
              data mentioned above.

              TIP:  if you will backup settings to Gammu text file, it will be
              possible to edit it. It’s easy: many things in this file will be
              written  double  - once in Unicode, once in ASCII. When you will
              remove Unicode version Gammu will use ASCII on restore (and  you
              can  easy edit ASCII text) and will convert it according to your
              OS locale. When will be available Unicode version  of  text,  it
              will  be used instead of ASCII (usefull with Unicode phones - it
              isn’t  important,  what  locale  is  set  in  computer  and   no
              conversion Unicode -> ASCII and ASCII -> Unicode is done).

              TIP: you can use any editor with regular expressions function to
              edit   backup   text   file.   Example:   TextPad   4.2.2   from
              http://www.textpad.com/  with regular expressions based on POSIX
              standard P1003.2 is OK for it.  Few examples for it:

              * to remove info about voice tags:
              FROM: ^Entry\([0-9][0-9]\)VoiceTag = \(.*\)\n
              TO:

              * to change all numbers starting from +3620, +3630, +3660, +3670
              to +3620
              Find:    Type    =    NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text   =
              "\+36\(20\|30\|60\|70\)
              Repl: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+3620

              * to change phone numbers type to mobile  for  numbers  starting
              from +3620, +3630,... and removing the corresponding TextUnicode
              line
              F:    Type    =     NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text     =
              "\+36\([2367]0\)\([^\"]*\)"\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)TextUnicode    =
              \([^\n]*\)\n
              R: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+36\2\3"\n

       clearall

       deletecalendar start [stop]

       getallcalendar

       getcalendar start [stop]

       getcalendarsettings

       restore file [-yes]
              Restore settings written in file created using backup option.

              Please note that restoring deletes all current content in phone.
              If you want only to add entries to phone, use addnew.

              In some phones restoring calendar notes will not show error, but
              won’t be done, when phone doesn’t have set clock inside.

       savefile CALENDAR target.vcs file location

       savesms CALENDAR file location [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent]
       [-sent] [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber
       number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]
              Read calendar note from file created by backup option and  saves
              in VCALENDAR 1.0 format as SMS

       sendsms   CALENDAR   destination  file  location  [-report]  [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]  [-save  [-folder  number]]   [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

   To do lists
       addcategory TODO|PHONEBOOK text

       addnew file [-yes]
              Adds  data  written  in  file  created  using backup option. All
              things backup’ed by backup can be restored (when made backup  to
              Gammu text file).

              Please  note  that this adds all content of backup file to phone
              and does not care about current data in the phone (no duplicates
              are detected).

       backup file [-yes]
              Backup  your  phone to file. It’s possible to backup (depends on
              phone and backup format):

              * phonebook from SIM and phone memory
              * calendar notes
              * SMSC settings
              * operator logo
              * startup (static) logo or startup text
              * WAP bookmarks
              * WAP settings
              * caller logos and groups
              * user ringtones

              There are various backup formats supported and the backup format
              is guessed based on file extension:

              *  .lmb  -  Nokia  backup,  supports  contacts, caller logos and
              startup logo.
              * .vcs - vCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              * .vcf - vCard, supports contacts.
              * .ldif - LDAP import, supports contacts.
              * .ics - iCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              * Any other extension is Gammu backup file and it  supports  all
              data mentioned above.

              TIP:  if you will backup settings to Gammu text file, it will be
              possible to edit it. It’s easy: many things in this file will be
              written  double  - once in Unicode, once in ASCII. When you will
              remove Unicode version Gammu will use ASCII on restore (and  you
              can  easy edit ASCII text) and will convert it according to your
              OS locale. When will be available Unicode version  of  text,  it
              will  be used instead of ASCII (usefull with Unicode phones - it
              isn’t  important,  what  locale  is  set  in  computer  and   no
              conversion Unicode -> ASCII and ASCII -> Unicode is done).

              TIP: you can use any editor with regular expressions function to
              edit   backup   text   file.   Example:   TextPad   4.2.2   from
              http://www.textpad.com/  with regular expressions based on POSIX
              standard P1003.2 is OK for it.  Few examples for it:

              * to remove info about voice tags:
              FROM: ^Entry\([0-9][0-9]\)VoiceTag = \(.*\)\n
              TO:

              * to change all numbers starting from +3620, +3630, +3660, +3670
              to +3620
              Find:    Type    =    NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text   =
              "\+36\(20\|30\|60\|70\)
              Repl: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+3620

              * to change phone numbers type to mobile  for  numbers  starting
              from +3620, +3630,... and removing the corresponding TextUnicode
              line
              F:    Type    =     NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text     =
              "\+36\([2367]0\)\([^\"]*\)"\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)TextUnicode    =
              \([^\n]*\)\n
              R: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+36\2\3"\n

       clearall

       deletetodo start [stop]

       getallcategory TODO|PHONEBOOK

       getalltodo

       getcategory TODO|PHONEBOOK start [stop]

       gettodo start [stop]

       listtodocategory text|number

       restore file [-yes]
              Restore settings written in file created using backup option.

              Please note that restoring deletes all current content in phone.
              If you want only to add entries to phone, use addnew.

              In some phones restoring calendar notes will not show error, but
              won’t be done, when phone doesn’t have set clock inside.

       savefile TODO target.vcs file location

       savesms TODO file location [-folder  id]  [-unread]  [-read]  [-unsent]
       [-sent] [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber
       number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms   TODO   destination   file   location   [-report]   [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

   Notes
       getallnotes

   Date, time and alarms
       getalarm [start]
              Get alarm from phone, if no location is specified, 1 is used.

       getdatetime
              Get date and time from phone

       setalarm hour minute
              Sets repeating alarm in phone on selected time.

       setdatetime [HH:MM[:SS]] [YYYY/MM/DD]
              Set date and time in phone to date and  time  set  in  computer.
              Please  note,  that  this  option  doesn’t  show  clock on phone
              screen. It only set date and time.

              TIP: you can make such  synchronization  each  time,  when  will
              connect your phone and use Gammu. See gammurc(5) for details.

   Categories
       addcategory TODO|PHONEBOOK text

       addnew file [-yes]
              Adds  data  written  in  file  created  using backup option. All
              things backup’ed by backup can be restored (when made backup  to
              Gammu text file).

              Please  note  that this adds all content of backup file to phone
              and does not care about current data in the phone (no duplicates
              are detected).

       backup file [-yes]
              Backup  your  phone to file. It’s possible to backup (depends on
              phone and backup format):

              * phonebook from SIM and phone memory
              * calendar notes
              * SMSC settings
              * operator logo
              * startup (static) logo or startup text
              * WAP bookmarks
              * WAP settings
              * caller logos and groups
              * user ringtones

              There are various backup formats supported and the backup format
              is guessed based on file extension:

              *  .lmb  -  Nokia  backup,  supports  contacts, caller logos and
              startup logo.
              * .vcs - vCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              * .vcf - vCard, supports contacts.
              * .ldif - LDAP import, supports contacts.
              * .ics - iCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              * Any other extension is Gammu backup file and it  supports  all
              data mentioned above.

              TIP:  if you will backup settings to Gammu text file, it will be
              possible to edit it. It’s easy: many things in this file will be
              written  double  - once in Unicode, once in ASCII. When you will
              remove Unicode version Gammu will use ASCII on restore (and  you
              can  easy edit ASCII text) and will convert it according to your
              OS locale. When will be available Unicode version  of  text,  it
              will  be used instead of ASCII (usefull with Unicode phones - it
              isn’t  important,  what  locale  is  set  in  computer  and   no
              conversion Unicode -> ASCII and ASCII -> Unicode is done).

              TIP: you can use any editor with regular expressions function to
              edit   backup   text   file.   Example:   TextPad   4.2.2   from
              http://www.textpad.com/  with regular expressions based on POSIX
              standard P1003.2 is OK for it.  Few examples for it:

              * to remove info about voice tags:
              FROM: ^Entry\([0-9][0-9]\)VoiceTag = \(.*\)\n
              TO:

              * to change all numbers starting from +3620, +3630, +3660, +3670
              to +3620
              Find:    Type    =    NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text   =
              "\+36\(20\|30\|60\|70\)
              Repl: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+3620

              * to change phone numbers type to mobile  for  numbers  starting
              from +3620, +3630,... and removing the corresponding TextUnicode
              line
              F:    Type    =     NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text     =
              "\+36\([2367]0\)\([^\"]*\)"\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)TextUnicode    =
              \([^\n]*\)\n
              R: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+36\2\3"\n

       clearall

       getallcategory TODO|PHONEBOOK

       getcategory TODO|PHONEBOOK start [stop]

       listmemorycategory text|number

       listtodocategory text|number

       restore file [-yes]
              Restore settings written in file created using backup option.

              Please note that restoring deletes all current content in phone.
              If you want only to add entries to phone, use addnew.

              In some phones restoring calendar notes will not show error, but
              won’t be done, when phone doesn’t have set clock inside.

   Backing up and restoring
       addnew file [-yes]
              Adds data written in  file  created  using  backup  option.  All
              things  backup’ed by backup can be restored (when made backup to
              Gammu text file).

              Please note that this adds all content of backup file  to  phone
              and does not care about current data in the phone (no duplicates
              are detected).

       addsms folder file [-yes]
              Adds SMSes from file (format like backupsms  uses)  to  selected
              folder in phone.

       backup file [-yes]
              Backup  your  phone to file. It’s possible to backup (depends on
              phone and backup format):

              * phonebook from SIM and phone memory
              * calendar notes
              * SMSC settings
              * operator logo
              * startup (static) logo or startup text
              * WAP bookmarks
              * WAP settings
              * caller logos and groups
              * user ringtones

              There are various backup formats supported and the backup format
              is guessed based on file extension:

              *  .lmb  -  Nokia  backup,  supports  contacts, caller logos and
              startup logo.
              * .vcs - vCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              * .vcf - vCard, supports contacts.
              * .ldif - LDAP import, supports contacts.
              * .ics - iCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              * Any other extension is Gammu backup file and it  supports  all
              data mentioned above.

              TIP:  if you will backup settings to Gammu text file, it will be
              possible to edit it. It’s easy: many things in this file will be
              written  double  - once in Unicode, once in ASCII. When you will
              remove Unicode version Gammu will use ASCII on restore (and  you
              can  easy edit ASCII text) and will convert it according to your
              OS locale. When will be available Unicode version  of  text,  it
              will  be used instead of ASCII (usefull with Unicode phones - it
              isn’t  important,  what  locale  is  set  in  computer  and   no
              conversion Unicode -> ASCII and ASCII -> Unicode is done).

              TIP: you can use any editor with regular expressions function to
              edit   backup   text   file.   Example:   TextPad   4.2.2   from
              http://www.textpad.com/  with regular expressions based on POSIX
              standard P1003.2 is OK for it.  Few examples for it:

              * to remove info about voice tags:
              FROM: ^Entry\([0-9][0-9]\)VoiceTag = \(.*\)\n
              TO:

              * to change all numbers starting from +3620, +3630, +3660, +3670
              to +3620
              Find:    Type    =    NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text   =
              "\+36\(20\|30\|60\|70\)
              Repl: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+3620

              * to change phone numbers type to mobile  for  numbers  starting
              from +3620, +3630,... and removing the corresponding TextUnicode
              line
              F:    Type    =     NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text     =
              "\+36\([2367]0\)\([^\"]*\)"\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)TextUnicode    =
              \([^\n]*\)\n
              R: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+36\2\3"\n

       backupsms file [-yes|-all]
              Stores all SMSes from phone to file.

              Use -yes for answering yes to all questions (backup all messages
              and  delete them from phone), or -all to just backup all folders
              while keeping messages in phone.

       restore file [-yes]
              Restore settings written in file created using backup option.

              Please note that restoring deletes all current content in phone.
              If you want only to add entries to phone, use addnew.

              In some phones restoring calendar notes will not show error, but
              won’t be done, when phone doesn’t have set clock inside.

       restoresms file [-yes]
              Restores  SMSes  from  file  (format  like  backupsms  uses)  to
              selected  folder  in  phone.  Please  note  that this overwrites
              existing messages in phone (if it supports it).

       savefile VCARD10|VCARD21 target.vcf file SM|ME location

       savefile BOOKMARK target.url file location

       savefile CALENDAR target.vcs file location

       savefile TODO target.vcs file location

   Nokia specific
       nokiaaddfile
       Gallery|Gallery2|Camera|Tones|Tones2|Records|Video|Playlist|MemoryCard
       file  [-name  name]  [-protected]   [-readonly]   [-system]   [-hidden]
       [-newtime]
              Install the *.jar/*.jad file pair of a midlet in the application
              or game menu of the phone. You have to give the name without the
              jar/jad suffix, otherwise you will get  the  slightly  confusing
              error message Can’t open specified file. Read only ?

              The  option  -overwrite  deletes the application’s .jad and .jar
              files bevor installing, but doesn’t delete the application data.
              Option  -overwriteall  will  also  delete  all  data. Both these
              options work only for Application or Game upload.

              Example:  gammu  nokiaaddfile  Application   Alien   will   read
              Alien.JAD and Alien.JAR and add to Applications

              Example:  gammu  nokiaaddfile  Tones file.mid will read file.mid
              and add to Tones folder

              You can use jadmaker(1) to generate a  .jad  file  from  a  .jar
              file.

       nokiaaddplaylists

       nokiacomposer file
              Show,  how  to  enter RTTL ringtone in composer existing in many
              Nokia phones (and how should it look like).

       nokiadebug filename [[v11-22] [,v33-44]...]

       nokiadisplayoutput

       nokiadisplaytest number

       nokiagetadc

       nokiagetoperatorname
              6110.c phones have place  for  name  for  one  GSM  network  (of
              course,  with  flashing  it’s  possible to change all names, but
              Gammu is not flasher ;-)). You can  get  this  name  using  this
              option.

       nokiagetpbkfeatures memorytype

       nokiagetscreendump

       nokiagett9

       nokiagetvoicerecord location

              Get  voice  record  from  location and save to WAV file. File is
              coded using GSM 6.10 codec (available  for  example  in  win32).
              Name of file is like name of voice record in phone.

       nokiamakecamerashoot

       nokianetmonitor test
              Takes output or set netmonitor for Nokia DCT3 phones.

              TIP:   For   more   info   about   this   option,  please  visit
              http://www.mwiacek.com and read netmonitor manual.

              TIP: test 243 enables  all  tests  (after  using  command  gammu
              nokianetmonitor  243  in  some  phones like 6210 or 9210 have to
              reboot them to see netmonitor menu)

       nokianetmonitor36
              Reset counters from netmonitor test 36 in Nokia DCT3 phones.

              TIP:  For  more   info   about   this   option,   please   visit
              www.mwiacek.com and read netmonitor manual.

       nokiasecuritycode
              Get/reset to "12345" security code

       nokiaselftests

       nokiasetlights keypad|display|torch on|off

       nokiasetoperatorname [networkcode name]

       nokiasetphonemenus
              Enable all (?) possible menus for DCT3 Nokia phones:

              1. ALS (Alternative Line Service) option menu
              2. vibra menu for 3210
              3. 3315 features in 3310 5.45 and higher
              4.  two  additional  games  (React  and Logic) for 3210 5.31 and
              higher
              5. WellMate menu for 6150
              6. NetMonitor

              and for DCT4:

              1. ALS (Alternative Line Service) option menu
              2. Bluetooth, WAP bookmarks and settings menu, ... (6310i)
              3. GPRS Always Online
               ...

       nokiasetvibralevel level
              Set vibra power to "level" (given in percent)

       nokiatuneradio

       nokiavibratest

   Siemens specific
       siemensnetmonact netmon_type (1-full, 2-simple)

       siemensnetmonitor test

       siemenssatnetmon

   Network
       getgprspoint start [stop]

       listnetworks [country]
              Show names/codes of GSM networks known for Gammu

       monitor [times]
              Get phone status and writes  continuously  to  standard  output.
              Press Ctrl+C to break this state.

       networkinfo

       nokiadebug filename [[v11-22] [,v33-44]...]

       nokiagetoperatorname
              6110.c  phones  have  place  for  name  for  one GSM network (of
              course, with flashing it’s possible to  change  all  names,  but
              Gammu  is  not  flasher  ;-)).  You can get this name using this
              option.

       nokianetmonitor test
              Takes output or set netmonitor for Nokia DCT3 phones.

              TIP:  For  more   info   about   this   option,   please   visit
              http://www.mwiacek.com and read netmonitor manual.

              TIP:  test  243  enables  all  tests  (after using command gammu
              nokianetmonitor 243 in some phones like 6210  or  9210  have  to
              reboot them to see netmonitor menu)

       nokiasetoperatorname [networkcode name]

       setautonetworklogin

       siemensnetmonact netmon_type (1-full, 2-simple)

       siemensnetmonitor test

       siemenssatnetmon

   WAP settings and bookmarks
       addnew file [-yes]
              Adds  data  written  in  file  created  using backup option. All
              things backup’ed by backup can be restored (when made backup  to
              Gammu text file).

              Please  note  that this adds all content of backup file to phone
              and does not care about current data in the phone (no duplicates
              are detected).

       backup file [-yes]
              Backup  your  phone to file. It’s possible to backup (depends on
              phone and backup format):

              * phonebook from SIM and phone memory
              * calendar notes
              * SMSC settings
              * operator logo
              * startup (static) logo or startup text
              * WAP bookmarks
              * WAP settings
              * caller logos and groups
              * user ringtones

              There are various backup formats supported and the backup format
              is guessed based on file extension:

              *  .lmb  -  Nokia  backup,  supports  contacts, caller logos and
              startup logo.
              * .vcs - vCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              * .vcf - vCard, supports contacts.
              * .ldif - LDAP import, supports contacts.
              * .ics - iCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              * Any other extension is Gammu backup file and it  supports  all
              data mentioned above.

              TIP:  if you will backup settings to Gammu text file, it will be
              possible to edit it. It’s easy: many things in this file will be
              written  double  - once in Unicode, once in ASCII. When you will
              remove Unicode version Gammu will use ASCII on restore (and  you
              can  easy edit ASCII text) and will convert it according to your
              OS locale. When will be available Unicode version  of  text,  it
              will  be used instead of ASCII (usefull with Unicode phones - it
              isn’t  important,  what  locale  is  set  in  computer  and   no
              conversion Unicode -> ASCII and ASCII -> Unicode is done).

              TIP: you can use any editor with regular expressions function to
              edit   backup   text   file.   Example:   TextPad   4.2.2   from
              http://www.textpad.com/  with regular expressions based on POSIX
              standard P1003.2 is OK for it.  Few examples for it:

              * to remove info about voice tags:
              FROM: ^Entry\([0-9][0-9]\)VoiceTag = \(.*\)\n
              TO:

              * to change all numbers starting from +3620, +3630, +3660, +3670
              to +3620
              Find:    Type    =    NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text   =
              "\+36\(20\|30\|60\|70\)
              Repl: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+3620

              * to change phone numbers type to mobile  for  numbers  starting
              from +3620, +3630,... and removing the corresponding TextUnicode
              line
              F:    Type    =     NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text     =
              "\+36\([2367]0\)\([^\"]*\)"\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)TextUnicode    =
              \([^\n]*\)\n
              R: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+36\2\3"\n

       clearall

       deletewapbookmark start [stop]
              Delete WAP bookmarks from phone.

              Locations are numerated from 1.

       getchatsettings start [stop]

       getsyncmlsettings start [stop]

       getwapbookmark start [stop]
              Get WAP bookmarks from phone.

              Locations are numerated from 1.

       getwapsettings start [stop]
              Get WAP settings from phone.

              Locations are numerated from 1.

       restore file [-yes]
              Restore settings written in file created using backup option.

              Please note that restoring deletes all current content in phone.
              If you want only to add entries to phone, use addnew.

              In some phones restoring calendar notes will not show error, but
              won’t be done, when phone doesn’t have set clock inside.

       savefile BOOKMARK target.url file location

       savesms BOOKMARK file location [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent]
       [-sent] [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber
       number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]
              Read WAP bookmark from file created by backup option  and  saves
              in Nokia format as SMS

       savesms WAPINDICATOR URL Title [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent]
       [-sent] [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber
       number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       savesms  WAPSETTINGS  file  location  DATA|GPRS  [-folder id] [-unread]
       [-read] [-unsent] [-sent] [-sender number]  [-smsname  name]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]
              Read  WAP  settings from file created by backup option and saves
              in Nokia format as SMS

       sendsms  BOOKMARK  destination  file  location   [-report]   [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms  WAPINDICATOR  destination  URL  Title   [-report]   [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms  WAPSETTINGS  destination  file  location  DATA|GPRS  [-report]
       [-validity  HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]  [-save  [-folder  number]]
       [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

   MMS and MMS settings
       getallmms [-save]

       geteachmms [-save]

       getmmsfolders

       getmmssettings start [stop]

       readmmsfile file [-save]

       savesms MMSINDICATOR URL Title Sender [-folder  id]  [-unread]  [-read]
       [-unsent]  [-sent]  [-sender  number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number]
       [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       savesms MMSSETTINGS  file  location   [-folder  id]  [-unread]  [-read]
       [-unsent]  [-sent]  [-sender  number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number]
       [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms MMSINDICATOR destination URL Title Sender [-report]  [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

       sendsms MMSSETTINGS  destination  file  location  [-report]  [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num]

   Phone tests
       nokiadisplaytest number

       nokiagetadc

       nokiaselftests

       nokiasetlights keypad|display|torch on|off

       nokiavibratest

   FM radio
       addnew file [-yes]
              Adds data written in  file  created  using  backup  option.  All
              things  backup’ed by backup can be restored (when made backup to
              Gammu text file).

              Please note that this adds all content of backup file  to  phone
              and does not care about current data in the phone (no duplicates
              are detected).

       backup file [-yes]
              Backup your phone to file. It’s possible to backup  (depends  on
              phone and backup format):

              * phonebook from SIM and phone memory
              * calendar notes
              * SMSC settings
              * operator logo
              * startup (static) logo or startup text
              * WAP bookmarks
              * WAP settings
              * caller logos and groups
              * user ringtones

              There are various backup formats supported and the backup format
              is guessed based on file extension:

              * .lmb - Nokia  backup,  supports  contacts,  caller  logos  and
              startup logo.
              * .vcs - vCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              * .vcf - vCard, supports contacts.
              * .ldif - LDAP import, supports contacts.
              * .ics - iCalendar, supports calendar and todo.
              *  Any  other extension is Gammu backup file and it supports all
              data mentioned above.

              TIP: if you will backup settings to Gammu text file, it will  be
              possible to edit it. It’s easy: many things in this file will be
              written double - once in Unicode, once in ASCII. When  you  will
              remove  Unicode version Gammu will use ASCII on restore (and you
              can easy edit ASCII text) and will convert it according to  your
              OS  locale.  When  will be available Unicode version of text, it
              will be used instead of ASCII (usefull with Unicode phones -  it
              isn’t   important,  what  locale  is  set  in  computer  and  no
              conversion Unicode -> ASCII and ASCII -> Unicode is done).

              TIP: you can use any editor with regular expressions function to
              edit   backup   text   file.   Example:   TextPad   4.2.2   from
              http://www.textpad.com/ with regular expressions based on  POSIX
              standard P1003.2 is OK for it.  Few examples for it:

              * to remove info about voice tags:
              FROM: ^Entry\([0-9][0-9]\)VoiceTag = \(.*\)\n
              TO:

              * to change all numbers starting from +3620, +3630, +3660, +3670
              to +3620
              Find:   Type    =    NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text    =
              "\+36\(20\|30\|60\|70\)
              Repl: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+3620

              *  to  change  phone numbers type to mobile for numbers starting
              from +3620, +3630,... and removing the corresponding TextUnicode
              line
              F:     Type     =    NumberGeneral\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)Text    =
              "\+36\([2367]0\)\([^\"]*\)"\nEntry\([0-9][0-9]\)TextUnicode    =
              \([^\n]*\)\n
              R: Type = NumberMobile\nEntry\1Text = "\+36\2\3"\n

       clearall

       getfmstation start [stop]
              Show info about FM stations in phone

       nokiatuneradio

       restore file [-yes]
              Restore settings written in file created using backup option.

              Please note that restoring deletes all current content in phone.
              If you want only to add entries to phone, use addnew.

              In some phones restoring calendar notes will not show error, but
              won’t be done, when phone doesn’t have set clock inside.

   Phone information
       checkfirmware

              Gammu  connects  to www.gammu.org and checks for latest firmware
              versions    available    for    the     device.     The     file
              <http://www.gammu.org/support/phones/phonedbxml.php?model=x>
              will be downloaded, all phone details will be read from  it  and
              (if  any  higher  firmware exist) displayed info to user on each
              application  startup.  No  private  data  are  sent  to  server.
              Internet connection to www.gammu.org on port 80 required.

       getdisplaystatus

       getsecuritystatus
              Show,  if  phone wait for security code (like PIN, PUK, etc.) or
              not

       identify
              Show the most important phone data.

       monitor [times]
              Get phone status and writes  continuously  to  standard  output.
              Press Ctrl+C to break this state.

       nokiasecuritycode
              Get/reset to "12345" security code

   Phone settings
       getcalendarsettings

       getprofile start [stop]

       resetphonesettings PHONE|DEV|UIF|ALL|FACTORY
              Reset phone settings. BE CAREFULL !!!!

              PHONE:

              DEV:

              ALL:

              Clear user settings
              * removes or set logos to default
              * set default phonebook and other menu settings
              * clear T9 words,
              * clear call register info
              * set default profiles settings
              * clear user ringtones

              UIF:
              * changes like after ALL
              * disables netmon and PPS (all "hidden" menus)

              FACTORY:
              * changes like after UIF
              * clear date/time

       savesms  PROFILE  [-folder  id]  [-unread]  [-read]  [-unsent]  [-sent]
       [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number]
       [-reply]   [-maxsms  num]  [-name  name]  [-bitmap  bitmap]  [-ringtone
       ringtone]
              Read  ringtone (RTTL) format and bitmap (Picture Image size) and
              name and save as Nokia profile.

       sendsms      PROFILE       destination       [-report]       [-validity
       HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX]   [-save  [-folder  number]]  [-smscset
       number]  [-smscnumber  number]  [-reply]  [-maxsms  num]  [-name  name]
       [-bitmap bitmap] [-ringtone ringtone]

   Dumps decoding
       decodebinarydump file [phonemodel]
              After using option logfile with name binary (see /readme.txt for
              info  about  this  method of reporting bugs) created file can be
              decoded using this option. It’s available  only,  if  Gammu  was
              compiled with debug.

       decodesniff MBUS2|IRDA file [phonemodel]
              Option  available only, if Gammu was compiled with debug. Allows
              to  decode  sniffs.  See  /docs/develop/develop.txt   for   more
              details.

       makeconverttable file

   Functions that dont fit elsewhere
       batch [file]

       entersecuritycode PIN|PUK|PIN2|PUK2|PHONE|NETWORK code|-
              Allow to enter security code from PC. When code is -, it is read
              from stdin.

       nokiagetscreendump

       nokiagetvoicerecord location

              Get voice record from location and save to  WAV  file.  File  is
              coded  using  GSM  6.10  codec (available for example in win32).
              Name of file is like name of voice record in phone.

       nokiamakecamerashoot

       nokiasetphonemenus
              Enable all (?) possible menus for DCT3 Nokia phones:

              1. ALS (Alternative Line Service) option menu
              2. vibra menu for 3210
              3. 3315 features in 3310 5.45 and higher
              4. two additional games (React and  Logic)  for  3210  5.31  and
              higher
              5. WellMate menu for 6150
              6. NetMonitor

              and for DCT4:

              1. ALS (Alternative Line Service) option menu
              2. Bluetooth, WAP bookmarks and settings menu, ... (6310i)
              3. GPRS Always Online
               ...

       nokiasetvibralevel level
              Set vibra power to "level" (given in percent)

       presskeysequence mMnNpPuUdD+-123456789*0#gGrR<>[]hHcCjJfFoOmMdD@
              Press specified key sequence on phone keyboard

              mM - Menu
              nN - Names key
              pP - Power
              uU - Up
              dD - Down
              +- - +-
              gG - Green
              rR - Red
              123456789*0# is numeric keyboard

       reset SOFT|HARD
              Make  phone  reset:  soft (without asking for PIN) or hard (with
              PIN).

              Note: some phones will make hard reset even with SOFT option.

       searchphone [-debug]

   Gammu information
       checkversion [stable]
              Checks whether there is newer Gammu version available online (if
              Gammu  has  been  compiled  with  CURL).  If you pass additional
              parameter stable, only stable versions will be checked.

       features

       help   Output help information and exit.

       version
              Output version information and exit.

FILES

       ~/.gammurc
       /usr/share/doc/gammu/*
       /dev/ircomm?
       /dev/ttyS?
       /dev/ttyACM?

EXAMPLE

       To check it out, you need to have configuration  file  for  gammu,  see
       gammurc(5) for more details about it.

       Save text message up to standard 160 chars:

              echo "All your base are belong to us" | gammu savesms TEXT

              or

              gammu savesms TEXT -text "All your base are belong to us"

       Save long text message:

              echo  "All your base are belong to us" | gammu savesms TEXT -len
              400

              or

              gammu savesms TEXT -len 400 -text "All your base are  belong  to
              us"

              or

              gammu savesms EMS -text "All your base are belong to us"

       Save  some  funky  message  with  predefined sound and animation from 2
       bitmaps:

              gammu  savesms  EMS  -text  "Greetings"  -defsound 1 -text "from
              Gammu" -tone10 axelf.txt -animation 2 file1.bmp file2.bmp

       Save protected message with ringtone:

              gammu  savesms  EMS  -protected  2  -variablebitmaplong  ala.bmp
              -toneSElong axelf.txt -toneSE ring.txt

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright  ©  2003-2009  Marcin Wiacek, Michal Cihar and other authors.
       License        GPLv2:         GNU         GPL         version         2
       <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html>
       This  is  free  software:  you  are free to change and redistribute it.
       There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.

REPORTING BUGS

       There are definitely many bugs, reporting to author is welcome.  Please
       include  some  useful  information when sending bug reports (especially
       debug logs, operating system, it’s version and  phone  information  are
       needed).

       To  generate  debug log, enable it in gammurc (alternatively you can do
       it on command line using -d textall -f /tmp/gammu.log):

           [gammu]
           ...your connection settings...
           logfile = /tmp/gammu.log
           logformat = textall

       With this settings, Gammu generates /tmp/gammu.log on  each  connection
       to phone and stores dump of communication there. You can also find some
       hints for improving support for your phone in this log.

       Please report bugs to <http://bugs.cihar.com>.

AUTHOR

       You can contact authors on <gammu-users@lists.sourceforge.net>.

       Michal Cihar  <michal@cihar.com>  is  current  project  maintainer  and
       contributor of most of AT and OBEX code.

       Marcin Wiacek <marcin@mwiacek.com> is project iniciator and contributor
       of most Nokia code.

       As this project grew from Gnokii, we would like to  thanks  all  Gnokii
       developers,  especially Pavel Janik, Pawel Kot and Manfred Jonsson (see
       CREDITS from Gnokii for all their contributor).

       Many other people have helped with various  features,  check  ChangeLog
       for more details.

SEE ALSO

       gammu-smsd(1), gammu-smsd-inject(1), gammurc(5), jadmaker(1)

       Some   more   hints   can   be   found   in  README  file  or  on  wiki
       <http://www.gammu.org/>.

       Related programs which can be used with GSM modem:

       cu(1), gnokii(1), minicom(1)

       Graphical interfaces for Gammu:

       wammu(1), gmobilemedia(1)