Question about Nokia 3310 Cellular Phone
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. no signal
Get the flash firmware that's available on the net then try to reverse engineer. some 3310 flash files included a imei calculator, i guess they've found out a way to decipher the code.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
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