Philips 9@9q USB connection
2010/2/22 David Timms <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On 21/02/10 19:53, Hiisi wrote:
>> Hi list!
>> Recently I've bought a new cell phone. It's Philips 9@9q Xenium. It
>> I'm unable to use it with wammu - can't find appropriate device. As I
>> understand system recognise it as removable disk, not a cell phone. Is
>> it possible to change that behaviour?
> If it is windows mobile, their is a setting for fast transfer (usb disk
> emulation), or windows sync mode, of which only one can be selected at once.
No, it's not so 'cool' .
> If you mean to say "use the phone's cell data capability to share it's
> internet connection", then there is another setting to enable that.
> On older f10, this works initially, everything seems good - private dhcp
> assigned on the usb connection, pc can ping itself, phone and external
> dns server. but when i try to get a page, anything but the simplest
> craps out before even the basics of the page are drawn.
> Other people suggest bluetooth as the tether method, but i haven't the
> bt to try it.
I only wanted to transfer some data like mp3's, pictures and java
applications to the phone. I have no intention of using it as a modem.
But yes, you're right. There's a setting in menu called connectivity
where one can choose between USB drive or PC Sync options. Changing it
to PC Sync gave some result. Now when I connect the phone /dev/ttyACM0
entry creates and wammu is able to recognise it but still I'm unable
to transfer data to the device or synchronize messages with the
Anyway, thank you for your help.
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