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Motorola phones are supported since version 0.6.22 of libgnokii. See configuration instructions at Atgen driver page.

With most phones you can send and receive SMS, backup or upload a phone book, and view basic firmware information.

Details on Gnokii support for Specific Motorola Mobile Phone Models
Tested Configuration Working Features Issues or Workarounds Sample Config
Motorola V195s
Gnokii 0.6.18
USB Cable
--identify, --getphonebook If a phonebook contact from internal memory has multiple numbers, you get only the first. If it has no number, but an email, you get the email address as the phone number. [global]
Motorola V3 Razr
Gnokii 0.6.22
TBD --getsms works only from the "MT" memory type. TBD
Motorola C350, Motorola E398, Motorola L7 Reported as working at Developers Home You may need to enable on the phone menu "Menu-> Settings-> Connectivity-> Data and Fax". TBD
Motorola L6 --showsmsfolderstatus, --identify, --sendsms, --getnetworkinfo other commands not tested yet
Timeport P7389i Reported as working on man page TBD TBD
Motorola W755 --identify, --sendsms See usbserial configuration below [global]

port = /dev/ttyUSB0
model = AT
connection = serial

Motorola Rokr E6
GNOKII Version 0.6.27
--identify, --showsmsfolderstatus, --monitor, --getphonebook /dev/rfcomm0 device created with: rfcomm connect 0 00:aa:bb:cc:dd:ee 5
raw phonebook entries come in the form: Î;012345656;ME;296;5 (name field is not correctly placed)

To know if your phone supports additional SMS memories see the output of

gnokii --showsmsfolderstatus

To configure usbserial support:

/sbin/lsusb | fgrep Motorola
004 Device 003: ID 22b8:4902 Motorola PCS Triplet GSM Phone (AT)

Create a modprobe file so the usbserial driver is loaded

cat > /etc/modprobe.d/motorola_w385.options <<HEREDOC
alias usb:v22B8p4902* usbserial
options usbserial vendor=0x22b8 product=0x4902

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Keywords: gnokii, ldap, ldif, vcard, mobile phone, address book, phone book, SIM card, backup, sync, synchronize, SyncML