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Hi. I am still back with my problem with Gnokii but likewise has little progress. Once I tried connecting Nokia 3110 classic via USB on my laptop it automatically shows 3 options:
1. Nokia Mode
2. Printing and Media
3. Data Transfer
So, I tried choosing Printing and Media and executed "dmesg | tail" the results was:
SELinux:initiated (dev fuse, type fuse), uses genfs_context
usb 6-1: new full speed usb device using uch1_hcd and address 2
usb 6-2: new usb device found, id Vendor = 0421, Idproduct = 005f
usb 6-2: new usb device strings: MFr=1, Product=2, Serial number = 0
usb 6-2: Product: Nokia 3110c
usb 6-2: Manufacturer: Nokia
usb 6-2: Configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
So I guess with this results it recognized my Nokia 3110c but still when I run "gnokii --identify" still it gives me an error. Can anyone help me fill in the following:
Port = ?
Connection = ?
Model = ?
I tried using port = /dev/ttyUSB0 and model 3110c and connection = dku2libusb
Port is not valid for connection dku2libusb using port 1 instead
couldn't open Phonet device: operation not permitted.
Can someone please help me make the right configuration? Thank you in advance
Can someone please help me with my problem connecting Nokia 3110 classic and my PC. I still have problems with gnokii --identify. So to figure out if my settings are not correct I executed "dmesg|tail". By the way once I connect my nokia to my PC using USB, the nokia 3110 classic shows 3 options:
1. nokia mode, 2: printing and media 3: data transfer.
When I choose option 1: nokia mode or option 2: printing and media and execute "dmesg|tail" the results are the following:
usb6-2: USB disconnect, address 3
usb6-2: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 4
usb6-2: new USB device found, idVendor=0421, idProduct=005e
usb6-2: new USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, Serial Number=0
usb6-2: Product: Nokia 3110c
usb6-2: Manufacturer: Nokia
usb6-2: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
cdc_acm 6.2.1: ttyACM0: USB ACM device
usb6-2: bad CDC descriptors
So with this, it means my PC can detect my nokia 3110 classic.
Next, I tried using gnokii --identify. Since I am using mini USB, I just followed the cables indicated in Gnokii wikii. Port = 1. Model = series40 and Connection = dku2libusb and the result was:
Gnokii version 0.6.28
Log:debug mas is 0x1
config read from file /home/monette/.gnokiirc
phone instance config
model = series40
port = 1
connection = dku2libusb
initlength = default
serial_baudrate = 19200
Serial device: opening device USB
ignoring extra header, type 171, length 5
found FBUS interface
can't set configuration: -1
cant claim control interface: -1
couldn't open PHONET device: operation not permitted
error in link intialization:1
telephone interface init failed: command failed
Can someone please help me give the right port, connection for this? Please??? Thank you in advance.
hi John, the Gnokii is likewise helpful and the configuration which i tried several times. I don't know what is meant by "Can't set configuratio: -1" and "Can't claim control interface: -1"
I can't really figure it out on other mobile phones because I don't have the cable for them so I need to bear with Nokia 3110 classic. I haven't got much sleep figuring this out several times. Can someone please help me. I am still not giving up but I ran out of alternative solutions for this.
Hi John. It's meeh again. I am here working on lower version of gnokii instead of installing Gnokii 0.6.28, I saw in the net that Gnokii 0.6.14 would likewise much more compatible with nokia 3110. So Using Fedora 12 and Gnokii 0.6.14...
Using the dmesg | tail..it can actually identify my mobile phone because it says the following:
usb 6-2:USB diconnect, address 3
usb 6-2: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 7
usb 6-2: product: nokia 3110c
usb 6-2: manufacturer: Nokia
usb 6-2: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
cdc_acm 6-2:1: ttyACM0: USB ACM device
so I think dmesg identified my mobile phone but when I executed Gnokii --identify it says the following:
gnokii version 0.6.28
log:debug mask is 0x1
config read from file /home/monetteski/.gnokiirc
please check permission on lock directory.
Lock file error. Exiting
device is locked and cannot be unlocked
Sorry, gnokii internal structures were not correctly intialized (op==1)
my question is: Why is it Gnokii version 0.6.28 where in fact I installed from scratch fedora 12 and gnokii 0.6.14? is gnokii 0.6.28 built-in with Fedora 12? I don't understand this....please help