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8th March 2008, 06:39 AM   |  #1  
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You know how you have rtask in your bootloader? yeah? well now you can have exactly the same crap in windows CE.

very simple: slap a standard AT command in the text box and hit send, job done.

obviously what you can use it to do is limited by what the radio will let you do.

in any case, enjoy.
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nicely done Olipro, saves me the trip to the bootloader
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this proves that it's possible to access the internal modem from Windows CE!

What about a device driver or program that creates a virtual COM port so that all other programs could access the internal modem?
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Originally Posted by the-equinoxe

nicely done Olipro, saves me the trip to the bootloader

Yeah, does anyone have an *old* device to test it on (Himalaya/Wallaby)
17th March 2008, 05:24 AM   |  #6  
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Good Job!
That one looks promising!
Do you mind to share how it is done?
Any chance to have some kind of command line support?
I'm asking because I'd like to be able to send SMS in PDU format and the sms api from M$ is crap if it comes to binary sms support.
I can write a wrapper to encode sms to PDU but for the whole thing to work I obviously need to be able to send AT commands to the radio.

25th March 2008, 08:16 AM   |  #7  
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Very usefull Application!!!
I am writing an application that can send and parse neighbouring cell information. Can you please help me on it? I used the code in this forum to send the commands and got proper response for standard commands. But for engineering mode commands i was not able to succeed with the code snippet provided. Whereas in your application i was able to get the proper response. Is there any sequence involved that has to be performed before sending an engineering mode command? The command that i send is AT%EM

Thanks in advance!!!
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You DA MAN!!!!
Just had to say...YOU DA MAN!!!! Great job.
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Cheers Olipro, quality application you've written there!! Answered many a question for me tonight!! ie ... the Cell ID doesn't update when the phones in call via AT commands or by RIL.

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This works on win 6.1 ?

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