Decoding(?) OTA Settings from Service Provider Message
For a certain project, involving Push to Talk over Cellular, I need to "decode" the service provider message containing PoC settings sent OTA.
I am using a Nokia 6670 (series 60). After receiving the Service provider's configuration message, I am able to push the message from my cell to my laptop (using FExplorer from the c:\system\mail\00001001_S folder of the phone).
I tried using [B]wbxml2xml[/B] (from [URL=http://libwbxml.aymerick.com]libwbxml.aymerick.com[/URL] ) on the laptop (running Sarge aka Debian 3.1), unsuccessfully: :(
[I]$ wbxml2xml -m 1 -l OTA Config.SMS
<!DOCTYPE CHARACTERISTIC-LIST PUBLIC "" "characteristic-list.dtd">
Does anyone have any ideas/clues as to how can I get the settings in plain vanilla XML format???