Managing your mobile phone with Gammu and Wammu


Article from Issue 58/2005

The command line tool Gammu reads and modifies phone books, calendars or mobile phone settings . The GUI-based Wammu tool gives users a convenient front-end for some of the most critical functions.

In today’s upwardly mobile age, the mobile phone has become an important information source. Cell phones store information on addresses and appointments, and regular exchanges with home computers keep the data in sync. The command line tool Gammu [1] lets you manage data on a wide selection of mobile phones – no matter whether you use a data cable, an infrared connection, or a Bluetooth connection. Wammu [2] provides an intuitive front-end to take the hard work out of using Gammu.

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