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gammu: Does some neat things with your cellular phone or modem.

NAME

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

SYNOPSIS

gammu [parameters] <command> [options] Commands actually indicate which operation should Gammu perform. They can be specified with or without leading --.

DESCRIPTION

This program is a tool for mobile phones. Many vendors and phones are supported, for actual listing see Gammu Phones Database. 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 LogFormat in gammurc for possible values) -f, --debug-file <filename> file for logging debug messages Call commands answercall [id] Answer incoming call. cancelcall [id] Cancel incoming call canceldiverts Cancel all existing call diverts. conferencecall id Initiates a conference call. dialvoice number [show|hide] Make voice call from SIM card line set in phone. show|hide - optional parameter whether to disable call number indication. divert get|set all|busy|noans|outofreach all|voice|fax|data [number timeout] Manage or display call diverts. get or set whether to get divert information or to set it. all or busy or noans or outofreach condition when apply divert all or voice or fax or data call type when apply divert number number where to divert timeout timeout when the diversion will happen getussd code Retrieves USSD information - dials a service number and reads response. holdcall id Holds call. maketerminatedcall number length [show|hide] Make voice call from SIM card line set in phone which will be terminated after length seconds. senddtmf sequence Plays DTMF sequence. In some phones available only during calls splitcall id Splits call. switchcall [id] Switches call. transfercall [id] Transfers call. unholdcall id Unholds call. SMS and EMS commands 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. There is also an option to use gammu-smsd when you want to send or receive more messages and process them automatically. Introduction to SMS formats Gammu has support for many SMS formats like: Nokia Smart Messaging used for monochromatic picture images, downloadable profiles, monochromatic operator logos, monochromatic caller logos and monophonic ringtones Linked SMS both with 8 and 16-bit identification numbers in headers EMS this is SMS format used for saving monochromatic images, monophonic ringtones, animations, text formatting and others MMS notifications contains links where phone should download MMS Alcatel logo messages proprietary format for logos You need to ensure that the target phone supports message type you want to send. Otherwise the phone will not be able to display it or will even crash, because firmware of phone did not expect this possibility. Encoding chars in SMS text Text in SMS can be coded using two ways: GSM Default Alphabet With GSM Default Alphabet you can fit at most 160 chars into single SMS (Gammu doesn't support compressing such texts according to GSM standards, but it isn't big limit, because there are no phones supporting them), but they're from limited set: o all Latin small and large o all digits o some Greek o some other national o some symbols like @ ! " # & / ( ) % * + = - , . : ; < > ? o few others Unicode With Unicode single SMS can contain at most 70 chars, but these can be any chars including all national and special ones. Warning Please note, that some older phones might have problems displaying such message. Conversion Gammu tries to do the best to handle non ASCII characters in your message. Everything is internally handled in Unicode (the input is converted depending on your locales configuration) and in case message uses Unicode the text will be given as such to the message. Should the message be sent in GSM Default Alphabet, Gammu will try to convert all characters to keep message readable. Gammu does support multi byte encoding for some characters in GSM Default Alphabet (it is needed for ^ { } \ [ ] ~ |). The characters which are not present in GSM Default Alphabet are transliterated to closest ASCII equivalent (accents are removed). Remaining not known characters are replaced by question mark. SMS commands addsmsfolder name deleteallsms folder Delete all SMS from specified SMS folder. deletesms folder start [stop] Delete SMS from phone. See description for gammu 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. geteachsms -pbk Similiary to gammu getallsms. Difference is, that links all concatenated sms getsms folder start [stop] Get SMS. Locations are numerated from 1. Folder 0 means that sms is being read from "flat" memory (all sms from all folders have unique numbers). It's sometimes emulated by Gammu. You can use it with all phones. Other folders like 1, 2, etc. match folders in phone such as 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 gammu 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 savesms TYPE [type parameters] [type options] [-folder id] [-unread] [-read] [-unsent] [-sent] [-sender number] [-smsname name] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-maxsms num] Saves SMS to phone, see bellow for TYPE options. -smscset number SMSC number will be taken from phone stored SMSC configuration number. Default: 1 -smscnumber number SMSC number -reply reply SMSC is set -maxnum number Limit maximal number of messages which will be created. If there are more messages, Gammu will terminate with failure. -folder number save to specified folder. Folders are numerated from 1. The most often folder 1 = "Inbox", 2 = "Outbox",etc. Use gammu 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 -sent makes message sent -smsname name set message name -sender number set sender number (default: Gammu) -maxsms num maximal number of SMS messages to create Types of messages: ANIMATION frames file1 file2... Save an animation as a SMS. You need to give number of frames and picture for each frame. Each picture can be in any picture format which Gammu supports (B/W bmp, gif, wbmp, nol, nlm...). BOOKMARK file location Read WAP bookmark from file created by gammu backup command and saves in Nokia format as SMS CALENDAR file location Read calendar note from file created by gammu backup command and saves in VCALENDAR 1.0 format as SMS. The location identifies position of calendar item to be read in backup file (usually 1, but can be useful in case the backup contains more items). CALLER file Save caller logo as sms in Nokia (Smart Messaging) format - size 72x14, two colors. Warning Please note, that it isn't designed for colour logos available for example in DCT4/TIKU - you need to put bitmap file there inside phone using filesystem commands. EMS [-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 format specific parameters (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 Sony-Ericsson phones) will read such ringtone as one -tone12 adds IMelody version 1.2 read from RTTL or other compatible file -tone12long IMelody version 1.2 saved in one of few SMS with UPI. Phones compatible with UPI (like Sony-Ericsson phones) will read such ringtone as one -toneSE adds IMelody in "short" form supported by Sony-Ericsson phones -toneSElong add Sony-Ericsson 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) -16bit Gammu uses SMS headers with 16-bit numbers for saving linking info in SMS (it means less chars available for user in each SMS) -format lcrasbiut last text will be formatted. You can use combinations of chars: +----------+--------------------+ |Character | Formating | +----------+--------------------+ |l | left aligned | +----------+--------------------+ |c | centered | +----------+--------------------+ |r | right aligned | +----------+--------------------+ |a | large font | +----------+--------------------+ |s | small font | +----------+--------------------+ |b | bold font | +----------+--------------------+ |i | italic font | +----------+--------------------+ |u | underlined font | +----------+--------------------+ |t | strikethrough font | +----------+--------------------+ MMSINDICATOR URL Title Sender Creates a MMS indication SMS. It contains URL where the actual MMS payload is stored which needs to be SMIL encoded. The phone usually downloads the MMS data using special APN, which does not count to transmitted data, however there might be limitations which URLs can be accessed. MMSSETTINGS file location Saves a message with MMS configuration. The configuration will be read from Gammu backup file from given location. OPERATOR file [-netcode netcode] [-biglogo] Save operator logo as sms in Nokia (Smart Messaging) format - size 72x14 in two colors. -biglogo Use 78x21 formatted logo instead of standard 72x14. Note This isn't designed for colour logos available for example in newer phones - you need to put bitmap file there inside phone using filesystem commands. PICTURE file [-text text] [-unicode] [-alcatelbmmi] Read bitmap from 2 colors file (bmp, nlm, nsl, ngg, nol, wbmp, etc.), format into bitmap in Smart Messaging (72x28, 2 colors, called often Picture Image and saved with text) or Alcatel format and send/save over SMS. PROFILE [-name name] [-bitmap bitmap] [-ringtone ringtone] Read ringtone (RTTL) format, bitmap (Picture Image size) and name, format into Smart Messaging profile and send/save as SMS. Warning Please note, that this format is abandoned by Nokia and supported by some (older) devices only like Nokia 3310. RINGTONE file [-long] [-scale] Read RTTL ringtone from file and save as SMS into SIM/phone memory. Ringtone is saved in Nokia (Smart Messaging) format. -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) SMSTEMPLATE [-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 ...] Saves a SMS template (for Alcatel phones). TEXT [-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. -flash Class 0 SMS (should be displayed after receiving on recipients' phone display after receiving without entering Inbox) -len len specify, how many chars will be read. When use this option and text will be longer than 1 SMS, will be split 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 split into more linked SMS.Coding type (SMS default alphabet/Unicode) is set according to input text -enablevoice sms will set voice mail indicator. Text will be cut to 1 sms. -disablevoice sms will not set voice mail indicator. Text will be cut to 1 sms. -enablefax sms will set fax indicator. Text will be cut to 1 sms. -disablefax sms will not set fax indicator. Text will be cut to 1 sms. -enableemail sms will set email indicator. Text will be cut to 1 sms. -disableemail sms will not set email indicator. 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 Note The ~ char in SMS text and -unicode option (Unicode coding required) can cause text of SMS after ~ char blink in some phones (like Nokia 33xx). -inputunicode input text is in Unicode. Note You can create Unicode file using WordPad in Windows (during saving select "Unicode Text Document" format). In Unix can use for example YUdit or vim. -text get text from command line instead of stdin. -textutf8 get text in UTF-8 from command line instead of stdin. Note Gammu detects your locales and uses by default encoding based on this. Use this option only when you know the input will be in UTF-8 in all cases. -16bit Gammu uses SMS headers with 16-bit numbers for saving linking info in SMS (it means less chars available for user in each SMS) -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 File with replacement table in unicode (UCS-2), preferably with byte order mark (BOM). It contains pairs of chars, first one is to replace, second is replacement one. The replacement is done after reading text for the message. For example replacement 1 (0x0061) with a (0x0031) would be done by file with following content (hex dump, first two bytes is BOM): ff fe 61 00 31 00 TODO file location Saves a message with a todo entry. The content will be read from any backup format which Gammu supports and from given location. VCARD10|VCARD21 file SM|ME location [-nokia] Read phonebook entry from file created by gammu backup command 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. The location identifies position of contact item to be read in backup file (usually 1, but can be useful in case the backup contains more items). WAPINDICATOR URL Title Saves a SMS with a WAP indication for given URL and title. WAPSETTINGS file location DATA|GPRS Read WAP settings from file created by gammu backup command and saves in Nokia format as SMS sendsms TYPE destination [type parameters] [type options] [-smscset number] [-smscnumber number] [-reply] [-report] [-validity HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX] [-save [-folder number]] Sends a message to a destination number, most parameters are same as for gammu savesms. -save will also save message which is being sent -report request delivery report for message -validity HOUR|6HOURS|DAY|3DAYS|WEEK|MAX sets how long will be the message valid (SMSC will the discard the message after this time if it could not deliver it). setsmsc location number Set SMSC settings on SIM card. This keeps all SMSC configuration intact, it just changes the SMSC number. Locations are numerated from 1. Memory (phonebooks and calls) commands Memory types Gammu recognizes following memory types: 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 Memory commands deleteallmemory DC|MC|RC|ON|VM|SM|ME|MT|FD|SL Deletes all entries from specified memory type. For memory types description see Memory types. deletememory DC|MC|RC|ON|VM|SM|ME|MT|FD|SL start [stop] Deletes entries in specified range from specified memory type. For memory types description see Memory types. getallmemory DC|MC|RC|ON|VM|SM|ME|MT|FD|SL Get all memory locations from phone. For memory types description see Memory types. getmemory DC|MC|RC|ON|VM|SM|ME|MT|FD|SL start [stop [-nonempty]] Get memory location from phone. For memory types description see Memory types. Locations are numerated from 1. getspeeddial start [stop] Gets speed dial choices. searchmemory text Scans all memory entries for given text. It performs case insensitive substring lookup. You can interrupt searching by pressing Ctrl+C. Filesystem commands Gammu allows to access phones using native protocol (Nokias) or OBEX. Your phone can also support usb storage, which is handled on the operating system level and Gammu does not use that. 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 Sets the read only attribute. -protected Sets the protected attribute (file can't be for example forwarded from phone menu). -system Sets the system attribute. -hidden Sets the hidden attribute (file is hidden from phone menu). -newtime After using it date/time of file modification will be set to moment of uploading. addfolder parentfolderID name Create a folder in phone with specified name in a folder with specified folder ID. deletefiles fileID Delete files with given IDs. deletefolder name Delete folder with given ID. getfilefolder fileID, fileID, ... Retrieve files or all files from folder with given IDs from a phone filesytem. getfiles fileID, fileID, ... Retrieve files with given IDs from a phone filesytem. 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 Note 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 Display info filesystem status - number of bytes available, used or used by some specific content. getfolderlisting folderID Display files and folders available in folder with given folder ID. You can get ID's using getfilesystem -flatall. Warning 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. sendfile name Sends file to a phone. It's up to phone to decide where to store this file and how to handle it (for example when you send vCard or vCalendar, most of phones will offer you to import it. setfileattrib folderID [-system] [-readonly] [-hidden] [-protected] Logo and pictures commands These options are mainly (there are few exceptions) for monochromatic logos and images available in older phones. Recognized file formats: xpm (only saving), 2-colors bmp, nlm, nsl, ngg, nol, wbmp, gif (for Samsung). In new models all bitmaps are saved in filesystem and should go into filesystem section 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 TYPE [type options] Reads bitmap from phone, following types are supported: CALLER location [file] Get caller group logo from phone. Locations 1-5. 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. OPERATOR [file] Get operator logo (picture displayed instead of operator name) from phone. PICTURE location [file] Get Picture Image from phone. STARTUP [file] Get static startup logo from phone. Allow to save it in file. TEXT Get startup text from phone. setbitmap TYPE [type options] Sets bitmap in phone, following types are supported: CALLER location [file] Set caller logo. COLOUROPERATOR [fileID [netcode]] Sets color operator logo in phone. COLOURSTARTUP [fileID] DEALER text Sets welcome message configured by dealer, which usually can not be changed in phone menus. 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 you give additionally network code, it will be displayed for this operator. PICTURE file location [text] Sets picture image in phone. 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, use location 1, 2 or 3 for these). TEXT text Sets startup text in phone. WALLPAPER fileID Sets wallpaper in phone. Ringtones commands Ringtones are mostly supported only for older phones. For recent phones you usually just upload them to some folder in phone filesystem. There are recognized various file formats by options described below: rttl, binary format created for Gammu, mid (saving), re (reading), ott, communicator, ringtones format found in fkn.pl, wav (saving), ime/imy (saving), rng, mmf (for Samsung). 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 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-in ringtones. This option is available for DCT4 phones. For getting ringtones list use gammu getringtoneslist. 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). -scale Scale information will be added to each note of RTTL ringtone. It will avoid scale problems available during editing ringtone in composer from phone menu (for example, in Nokia 33xx). Note When use ~ char in ringtone name, in some phones (like 33xx) name will blink later in phone menus. Calendar notes commands In Nokia 3310, 3315 and 3330 these are named "Reminders" and have some limitations (depending on phone firmware version). deletecalendar start [stop] Deletes selected calendar entries in phone. getallcalendar Retrieves all calendar entries from phone. getcalendar start [stop] Retrieves selected calendar entries from phone. To do list commands deletetodo start [stop] Deletes selected todo entries in phone. getalltodo Retrieves all todo entries from phone. gettodo start [stop] Retrieves selected todo entries from phone. Notes commands getallnotes Reads all notes from the phone. Note Not all phones supports this function, especially most Sony Ericsson phones even if they have notes inside phone. Date, time and alarm commands 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. Note You can make such synchronization each time, when will connect your phone and use Gammu. See SynchronizeTime in gammurc for details. Categories commands Note Categories are supported only on few phones (Alcatel). addcategory TODO|PHONEBOOK text getallcategory TODO|PHONEBOOK getcategory TODO|PHONEBOOK start [stop] listmemorycategory text|number listtodocategory text|number Backing up and restoring commands addnew file [-yes] [-memory ME|SM|..] Adds data written in file created using gammu backup command. All things backed up gammu 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). Use -yes parameter to answer yes to all questions (you want to automatically restore all data). Use -memory parameter to force usage of defined memory type for storing entries regardless what backu format says. addsms folder file [-yes] Adds SMSes from file (format like gammu 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): o phonebook from SIM and phone memory o calendar notes o SMSC settings o operator logo o startup (static) logo or startup text o WAP bookmarks o WAP settings o caller logos and groups o user ringtones There are various backup formats supported and the backup format is guessed based on file extension: o .lmb - Nokia backup, supports contacts, caller logos and startup logo. o .vcs - vCalendar, supports calendar and todo. o .vcf - vCard, supports contacts. o .ldif - LDAP import, supports contacts. o .ics - iCalendar, supports calendar and todo. o Any other extension is Gammu backup file and it supports all data mentioned above, see gammu-backup for more details. backupsms file [-yes|-all] Stores all SMSes from phone to file into gammu-smsbackup. 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] Warning Please note that restoring deletes all current content in phone. If you want only to add entries to phone, use gammu addnew. Restore settings written in file created using gammu backup command. 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] Warning Please note that this overwrites existing messages in phone (if it supports it). Restores SMSes from file (format like gammu backupsms uses) to selected folder in phone. savefile TYPE [type options] Converts between various file formats supported by Gammu, following types are supported: BOOKMARK target.url file location Converts backup format supported by Gammu to vBookmark file. CALENDAR target.vcs file location Allows to convert between various backup formats which gammu supports for calendar events. The file type is guessed (for input file guess is based on extension and file content, for output solely on extension). TODO target.vcs file location Allows to convert between various backup formats which gammu supports for todo events. The file type is guessed (for input file guess is based on extension and file content, for output solely on extension). VCARD10|VCARD21 target.vcf file SM|ME location Allows to convert between various backup formats which gammu supports for phonebook events. The file type is guessed (for input file guess is based on extension and file content, for output solely on extension). See also gammu convertbackup convertbackup source.file output.file New in version 1.28.94. Converts backup between formats supported by Gammu. Unlike gammu savefile, this does not give you any options what to convert, it simply takes converts all what can be saved into output file. See also gammu savefile Nokia specific commands nokiaaddfile TYPE [type options] Uploads file to phone to specific location for the type: APPLICATION|GAME file [-readonly] [-overwrite] [-overwriteall] Install the *.jar/*.jad file pair of a midlet in the application or game menu of the phone. You need to specify filename without the jar/jad suffix, both will be added automatically. -overwrite Delete the application's .jad and .jar files before installing, but doesn't delete the application data. -overwriteall Delete the application (same as -overwrite) and all it's data. You can use jadmaker to generate a .jad file from a .jar file. GALLERY|GALLERY2|CAMERA|TONES|TONES2|RECORDS|VIDEO|PLAYLIST|MEMORYCARD file [-name name] [-protected] [-readonly] [-system] [-hidden] [-newtime] nokiaaddplaylists Goes through phone memory and generated playlist for all music files found. To manually manage playlists: gammu addfile a:\\predefplaylist filename.m3u Will add playlist filename.m3u gammu getfilesystem Will get list of all files (including names of files with playlists) gammu deletefiles a:\\predefplaylist\\filename.m3u Will delete playlist filename.m3u Format of m3u playlist is easy (standard mp3 playlist): First line is #EXTM3U, next lines contain names of files (b:\file1.mp3, b:\folder1\file2.mp3, etc.). File needs t have \r\n terminated lines. So just run unix2dos on the resulting file before uploading it your your phone. 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 This option should display T9 dictionary content from DCT4 phones. 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. Created WAV files require GSM 6.10 codec to be played. In Win XP it's included by Microsoft. If you deleted it by accident in this operating system, make such steps: 1. Control Panel 2. Add hardware 3. click Next 4. select "Yes. I have already connected the hardware 5. select "Add a new hardware device 6. select "Install the hardware that I manually select from a list 7. select "Sound, video and game controllers 8. select "Audio codecs 9. select "windows\system32" directory and file "mmdriver.inf 10. if You will be asked for file msgsm32.acm, it should unpacked from Windows CD 11. now You can be asked if want to install unsigned driver (YES), about select codec configuration (select what you want) and rebotting PC (make it) nokiamakecamerashoot nokianetmonitor test Takes output or set netmonitor for Nokia DCT3 phones. See also For more info about this option, please visit Marcin's page and read netmonitor manual there. Note 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. See also For more info about this option, please visit Marcin's page and read netmonitor manual there. nokiasecuritycode Get/reset to "12345" security code nokiaselftests Perform tests for Nokia DCT3 phones. Note EEPROM test can show an error when your phone has an EEPROM in flash (like 82xx/7110/62xx/33xx). The clock test will show an error when the phone doesn?t have an internal battery for the clock (like 3xxx). 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 4. and others... nokiasetvibralevel level Set vibra power to "level" (given in percent) nokiatuneradio nokiavibratest Siemens specific commands siemensnetmonact netmon_type Enables network monitor in Siemens phone. Currently known values for type are 1 for full and 2 for simple mode. siemensnetmonitor test siemenssatnetmon Network commands getgprspoint start [stop] listnetworks [country] Show names/codes of GSM networks known for Gammu networkinfo Show information about network status from the phone. setautonetworklogin WAP settings and bookmarks commands 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. MMS and MMS settings commands getallmms [-save] geteachmms [-save] getmmsfolders getmmssettings start [stop] readmmsfile file [-save] FM radio commands getfmstation start [stop] Show info about FM stations in phone Phone information commands battery Displays information about battery and power source. getdisplaystatus getlocation Gets network information from phone (same as networkinfo) and prints location (latitude and longitude) based on information from OpenCellID. 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. Phone settings commands getcalendarsettings Displays calendar settings like first day of week or automatic deleting of old entries. getprofile start [stop] resetphonesettings PHONE|DEV|UIF|ALL|FACTORY Warning This will delete user data, be careful. Reset phone settings. PHONE Clear phone settings. DEV Clear device settings. ALL Clear user settings. o removes or set logos to default o set default phonebook and other menu settings o clear T9 words, o clear call register info o set default profiles settings o clear user ringtones UIF Clear user settings and disables hidden menus. o changes like after ALL o disables netmon and PPS (all "hidden" menus) FACTORY Reset to factory defaults. o changes like after UIF o clear date/time Dumps decoding commands Note These commands are available only if Gammu was compiled with debugging options. decodebinarydump file [phonemodel] Decodes a dump made by Gammu with LogFormat set to binary. decodesniff MBUS2|IRDA file [phonemodel] Allows to decode sniffs. See Discovering protocol for more details. Other commands entersecuritycode PIN|PUK|PIN2|PUK2|PHONE|NETWORK code|- [newpin|-] Allow to enter security code from PC. When code is -, it is read from stdin. In case entering PUK, some phones require you to set new PIN as well. 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# numeric keyboard reset SOFT|HARD Make phone reset: SOFT without asking for PIN HARD with asking for PIN Note Some phones will ask for PIN even with SOFT option. Warning Some phones will reset user data on HARD reset. Batch mode commands batch [file] Starts Gammu in a batch mode. In this mode you can issue several commands each on one line. Lines starting with # are treated as a comments. By default, commands are read from standard input, but you can optionally specify a file from where they would be read (special case - means standard input). Configuration commands searchphone [-debug] Attempts to search for a connected phone. Warning Please note that this can take a very long time, but in case you have no clue how to configure phone connection, this is a convenient way to find working setup for Gammu. Gammu information commands 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 Print information about compiled in features. help [topic] Print help. By default general help is printed, but you can also specify a help category to get more detailed help on some topic. version Print version information and license.

RETURN VALUES

gammu returns 0 on success. In case of failure non zero code is returned. 1 Out of memory or other critical error. 2 Invalid command line parameters. 3 Failed to open file specified on command line. 4 Program was interrupted. 98 Gammu library version mismatch. 99 Functionality has been moved. For example to gammu-smsd. Errors codes greater than 100 map to the GSM_Error values increased by 100: 101 No error. 102 Error opening device. Unknown, busy or no permissions. 103 Error opening device, it is locked. 104 Error opening device, it doesn't exist. 105 Error opening device, it is already opened by other application. 106 Error opening device, you don't have permissions. 107 Error opening device. No required driver in operating system. 108 Error opening device. Some hardware not connected/wrongly configured. 109 Error setting device DTR or RTS. 110 Error setting device speed. Maybe speed not supported. 111 Error writing to the device. 112 Error during reading from the device. 113 Can't set parity on the device. 114 No response in specified timeout. Probably phone not connected. 115 Frame not requested right now. See <- //wammu.eu/support/bugs/> for information how to report it. 116 Unknown response from phone. See <//wammu.eu/support/bugs/> for information how to report it. 117 Unknown frame. See <//wammu.eu/support/bugs/> for information how to report it. 118 Unknown connection type string. Check config file. 119 Unknown model type string. Check config file. 120 Some functions not available for your system (disabled in config or not implemented). 121 Function not supported by phone. 122 Entry is empty. 123 Security error. Maybe no PIN? 124 Invalid location. Maybe too high? 125 Functionality not implemented. You are welcome to help authors with it. 126 Memory full. 127 Unknown error. 128 Can not open specified file. 129 More memory required... 130 Operation not allowed by phone. 131 No SMSC number given. Provide it manually or use the one configured in phone. 132 You're inside phone menu (maybe editing?). Leave it and try again. 133 Phone is not connected. 134 Function is currently being implemented. If you want to help, please contact authors. 135 Phone is disabled and connected to charger. 136 File format not supported by Gammu. 137 Nobody is perfect, some bug appeared in protocol implementation. Please contact authors. 138 Transfer was canceled by phone, maybe you pressed cancel on phone. 139 Phone module need to send another answer frame. 140 Current connection type doesn't support called function. 141 CRC error. 142 Invalid date or time specified. 143 Phone memory error, maybe it is read only. 144 Invalid data given to phone. 145 File with specified name already exists. 146 File with specified name doesn't exist. 147 You have to give folder name and not file name. 148 You have to give file name and not folder name. 149 Can not access SIM card. 150 Wrong GNAPPLET version in phone. Use version from currently used Gammu. 151 Only part of folder has been listed. 152 Folder must be empty. 153 Data were converted. 154 Gammu is not configured. 155 Wrong folder used. 156 Internal phone error. 157 Error writing file to disk. 158 No such section exists. 159 Using default values. 160 Corrupted data returned by phone. 161 Bad feature string in configuration. 162 Desired functionality has been disabled on compile time. 163 Bluetooth configuration requires channel option. 164 Service is not running. 165 Service configuration is missing. 166 Command rejected because device was busy. Wait and restart. 167 Could not connect to the server. 168 Could not resolve the host name. 169 Failed to get SMSC number from phone.
EXAMPLES
Configuration To check it out, you need to have configuration file for gammu, see gammurc for more details about it. Sending messages 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 Uploading files to Nokia Add Alien to applications in your phone (you need to have files Alien.JAD and Alien.JAR in current directory): gammu nokiaaddfile APPLICATION Alien Add file.mid to ringtones folder: gammu nokiaaddfile TONES file.mid Setting operator logo Set logo for network 230 03 (Vodafone CZ): gammu setbitmap OPERATOR ala.bmp "230 03" Converting file formats The formats conversion can done using gammu savefile or gammu convertbackup commands. Convert single entry (at position 260) from gammu-backup to vCalendar: gammu savefile CALENDAR output.vcs myCalendar.backup 260 Convert first phonebook entry from gammu-backup to vCard: gammu savefile VCARD21 output.vcf phone.backup ME 1 Convert all contacts from backup to vCard: gammu convertbackup phone.backup output.vcf 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: [gammu] YOUR CONNECTION SETTINGS logfile = /tmp/gammu.log logformat = textall Alternatively you can specify logging on command line: gammu -d textall -f /tmp/gammu.log ... 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. See <//wammu.eu/support/bugs/> for more information on reporting bugs. Please report bugs to Gammu bug tracker.
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