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  1. #1
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    RE: Read/Write to 5210 with at+cpbw and at+cpbr

    Hello,
    Have you solve the problem now ? I meet the same question .If you solve the problem please tell me .
    thank you !

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    RE: Read/Write to 5210 with at+cpbw and at+cpbr

    Hello,
    Have you solved the problem now ? I meet the same question .If you solve the problem please tell me .
    thank you !

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    Read/Write to 5210 with at+cpbw and at+cpbr

    Hello,

    after sending at+cpbw=1,"+1234",145,"Name" via MSComm control from a Visual Basic application to a Nokia 5210 the phone is responding with ok. But after selecting this entry in the phone only rectangles are displayed where "Name" is expected. The number "+1234" of the transferred entry is displayed correct. Reading this entry with at+cpbr=1 returns "Name" and "+1234" as the number. I tried all character sets offered by the Nokia 5210 with the at+cscs command, but that did not help.

    Thanks for any help!

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    RE: Read/Write to 5210 with at+cpbw and at+cpbr

    Hi there,

    I have about a similar problem, see question: "Writing calendar entries to a 5210" on this board.

    The fact, that reading an entry's message (which appears as rectangles on the phone) using VB returns a valid String makes me think it could have to do with codepage issues.

    Maybe you have found out more about it?

    Regards,

    Alex

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    RE: Read/Write to 5210 with at+cpbw and at+cpbr

    Can you help,

    I am trying to interface with a Nokia 7110 using the MSComm control in VB6.

    Firstly, I have installed a fax/modem driver for my phone and can successfully communicate with the phone via HyperTerminal.

    Next, I need to communicate with the phone via VB6/MsComm.

    I get no response when I work through the examples.

    NOTE. When I installed the Fax/Modem driver via the COM1 port it told me it had used a Virtual COM Port "Nokia 7110 Cable" even though physically going through COM1 port.

    So in my VB6 I specify the Port as COM1 but this is no good.

    Any ideas ??

    Regards Colm.

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