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    Question GSM for Linux?


    I need a GSM compatible with Linux. I want to connect it to my computer via USB cable and backup my phonebook, sms, upload java applications, music and so on. I want to use my GSM to connect to the Internet. The model must have following features:
    - mini USB port
    - mobile Java
    - WAP
    - embedded modem
    - at least 10 mb of memory or slot for micro SD card
    - NO camera

    With "compatible with Linux" I mean there must be direvers and software for Linux.
    I expect your offers

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    I don't know if there are any mobile phones that have full compatibility with linux.

    Uptil now every phone I used I could get connected and synchronized with linux in one way or another.

    at this moment I'm using a Nokia N95, and to my needs it has a good support in Linux. only for upgrading the firmware I use a Virtual Machine ( or connect it to my laptop with Windows whichever is close )

    Hope this information is usefull

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    What do you think about Nokia 3109? Did anybody use it with Linux?

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    Quote Originally Posted by No_root_No_cry View Post
    What do you think about Nokia 3109? Did anybody use it with Linux?
    check : DeviceCompatibilityList - OpenSync - Trac

    or search for Nokia 3109 sync evolution

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