I'm hoping to get either of these cheap NZ Nokias working with Gnokii. Suggestions welcome!
The Vodafone-branded Nokia 1110i is an entry-level GSM phone. It has what looks like a micro-USB connector on the bottom, but I think it's actually smaller than micro-USB and looks like a different shape. (I need to go check this at a local tech shop - don't have the cable here - do you recognise it?)
*#0000# prints "N1110i v6.40 / 12-01-07 / RH-93 / (c)NMP / Language: MA"
The Telecom-branded Nokia 2125 is an entry-level CDMA phone. It connects and IDs using my (non-Nokia) CA-42 USB cable, but I haven't found the correct Gnokii config for it yet (or it's not yet supported). It has a model ID of RH-71. *#0000# prints only "Nokia 2125" on screen - no other info is displayed. The only languages available on this particular handset are English and Indonesian.
Also on the workbench are a Nokia 3100 (which appears to handle Gnokii flawlessly ... but never gets a network connection because the aerial has been damaged) and a few others which show less potential (no handy-dandy connectors).
i'm gonna play to my kids to get them to sleep one day. maybe i'll hit stop before the "goodnight from channel two" voiceover at the end though :)
i'm building this at the moment, so don't expect it to work just yet :)
If a human pulled this, s/he'd SO get locked up in a moment. Picture this:
Guy visits 25 patients, spends a couple of hours with them. 100% fatality rate.
Think he's going to be winning internet fame for his contribution to society? Perhaps a wall plaque for his "compassionate hospice care" to hang over his extra saucer of milk?
Well, George the (Killer) Cat does exactly the same thing, and is applauded for being cute while doing it. At least it doesn't look like he beat up on the teddy for too long before sending him to the other side.
Foolish humans. Don't you know what they're planning?
Cat grows plump on human souls, and we write interest stories.
hey, this is our about page, it will tell you about us. we are justin, becky, nova, chris, tui and druid. tui and druid are dogs and the rest of us are humans.
we live in piha.
no wait it's all different now!
- becky, justin, eli, nova and druid live in piha (somewhere)
- chris, saira, tui and baby $foo live in waiatarua - phone 8141914
- $foo is a metasyntactic variable, there's no way we'd actually call a baby $foo