I wanted to be able to send sms messages using my pc but i couldnt find anything useful....
So, after doing some research i managed to create and modify some scripts and got the results i wanted...
The scripts run on linux and have been tested on Arch Linux and Ubuntu...
There are 2 main scripts:
One for reading the phone's messages..
And one for sending messages...
The second script also reads a file called "contacts" and displays its content...
The "contacts" file does not use the phones contacts...the user can open it using a text editor and write his own contacts...
There is also another file called "adb_location" which the user must open with a text editor and paste location of adb...
* Rooted android phone with sqlite3 installed(I believe most custom roms have sqlite3 installed)(My phone is rooted nexus S with CM9)
* Linux pc (tested: Arch Linux and Android)
* ADB installed and working properly
* Extract sms.zip wherever you want
* Connect your rooted phone to pc in debugging mode (so it can interact with ADB)
* Open the extracted folder
* Open the file: "adb_location" using a text editor and replace the line: "/opt/android-sdk/platform-tools/adb" with your own adb location
* Open the file: "contacts" and replace the examples with the contacts that you will be using
* Open in terminal the file: "reader-refresh.sh" to read the messages from your phone
* Open in terminal the file: "launch-contacts.sh" to view your contacts and send messages
Here is a demonstration video...not vary instructive but i thing it will help:
XDA wont let me post an outside link...so if you want to see the video search on youtube : "Send sms using pc via adb (linux - android)"
note: If you don't know how to root your phone, flash custom roms or install adb on your linux system, there are plenty of tutorials available on the web