I am a programmer, and would like to exploit the capabilities that
some manufacturers have provided to enable a connection to a PC,
usually via a data cable, to upload and download name and phone
numbers, and possibly in some cases other information - calls made
and received, NAM, ESN, who knows what else... I know software
packages can be purchased to do some of this, but I'd like to see
what I can do to/with my Motorola and my Nokia phones. How would
I obtain protocol specifications, or better yet, a person who
could create an API for me, so I could use a higher level
language - COBOL or Clarion, maybe, or VB, ??? Thanks in advance
for any help. Paul Hoberg Remove nospam to email me if you want.
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As far I can understand the cell phones do not have IR capability. You can check the features of your phone on the Samsung website.
If you want to find out whether the phone can be used as a remote controller for your TV and other equipment then a) your phone should have Wifi and android / iOS capability and b) your TV should also have wifi connectivity and the TV supplier should have created an android/ iOS app for remote control through cell phone.
You can check the website of your TV / DVD/ etc manufacturer for any smart apps for remote control.
Alternatively you can use devices from other suppliers that can be used as universal remotes with cell phones. 5 Apps to Turn Your Phone into Universal Remote
As your phone is an Android smart phone you should be able to find the correct device or application provided your TV or other AV are compatible.
All of the settings and information which you require can only be obtained from your network operator.
For data services you need to have a local cell mast which is capable of providing the service and you MUST have a BlackBerry data subscription which you can only get from a network service provider. If your current provider does not offer this service then you'll have to migrate to another provider if you wish to use the push email services on your phone.
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