Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 492701
Unable to receive SMS messages via bluetooth
Last modified: 2009-12-18 04:07:48 EST
Description of problem:
When my phone receives an SMS message, I don't receive any notification with gnome-phone-manager. I can however send SMS messages via this application. Connectivity is via a bluetooth dongle. Phone is a Sony Ericsson W810i. I have also tried using xgnokii (xgnokii-0.6.27-2.fc10.x86_64) which also fails to indicate receipt of an SMS, despite being able to send them.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Compose SMS
2. Set to deliver to my phone
3. Press send.
Text is received by phone, but no notification is received by the phone manager applet.
Notification popup should appear - I have configured it to notify me :-)
I'm sure this used to work with Fedora 9 before I updated last year. I've also tried turning on debugging with gnome-phone-manager and amongst the sea of AT+CPAS and AT+CBC messages sent between my pc and phone, I find:
Received message type 09
read : [+CMTI: "004D0045",15<cr><lf>]
Message received: 0x67 / 0x0015
2b 43 4d 54 49 3a 20 22 30 30 34 44 30 30 34 35 | +CMTI: "004D0045
22 2c 31 35 0d | ",15
Received message type 67
Unsolicited frame, skipping...
I believe +CMTI is a new SMS message indicator message - naively I'd have thought these were always unsolicited.
Same thing here, Nokia e90, Fedora 11
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