Nope, I want to send the commands to the gsm device of my HTC Prophet. Do I have to use serial communication however it is not an external device?
Btw, any idea which COM-port, baud rate etc I have to use?
First of all, thanks a lot for your help!
I´m trying to get the current CellID of my mobile. With this information (and maybe some more) I´ll try to calculate the current position. This is of course not exact, but at least in cities the tolerance is only ~50m.
So I could 'emulate' a GPS device or build a simple location based service... there are many possibilities ; )
I already used the program you mentioned, but it only displays that COM1 is my Communication port (well, ASync I guess) and COM4 is my Infrared Port. 0,2,3 and 9 are displayed but without a description.
I´m currently playing around with serial commands, but the port does not seem to open or send any information...
I´ll try different ports and baud-rates now, maybe I get it working.
EDIT: Hey, sometimes the port opens. And immediately after that, the program crashes (including b4ppc)...
So...when I connect from a windows machine to my mobile I should be able to send the commands (should - didn´t work for me either). At least I read so. But I can´t do this from the device itself? I don´t hope so...
I found a dll on an older website that makes it possible to get the cell information I need.
I manage creating an object from the file MDAGetCellDll.dll, but it doesn´t return the information I need.
Now I´m quite new to basic programming languages - in case that anyone has tried (or is going to try) this with success, please tell me.
I found that many ppl are looking for a solution to get cell ids, so this would be very helpful.
I'm a beginner in phone application, I work with c# and I would like to get some GSM informationd (cellid...) I tried with dlls mdagetcell.dll and mdaat.dll.
but I had only empty strings in result. I have an ipaq 6915
Please help me.:sign0085: