gammu  1.42.0
About: Gammu (GNU All Mobile Management Utilities) is a cellular manager (ringtones, phonebook, SMS, logos, WAP, date/time, alarm, calls, backups etc) for Nokia and other mobile phones and modems.
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Gammu All Mobile Management Utilities

Gammu is library and command line utility for mobile phones. It is released under GNU GPL version 2.

It has been initiated by Marcin Wiacek and other people. Originally the code was based on Gnokii <> and later MyGnokii <> projects. Gammu was former (up to version 0.58) called MyGnokii2.

Currently the project is lead by Michal Cihar <> with help of many contributors.

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More information

You can find more information on <>.

There is also Gammu manual available in docs/manual. You can build HTML version of it using make manual-html which is viewable online at <>.

Feedback and bug reports

Any feedback is welcome, see <> for information how to contact developers.

Support developers

You can appreciate developers work at <>.