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SMSClient

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File Name :: SMSClient

Author :: Dean123

Category :: Other - Uncategorized

Description ::

Send Free SMS messages via GPRS

SMSClient 0.2

What is it?

This software enables the user to send free sms messages via gprs or passthrough connection via activesync. There are 3 parts to the program, the server(GenieServer.jar), the client(SMSClient.jad/jar) and the great http://www.genietexter.co.uk/

How to Use

* First make sure you have Java on your computer, you can get the latest version from:  http://public.planetmirror.com/pub/java-su...i586-p-iftw.exe

* Be sure you can send/receiver a text message with GenieTexter

* Put "GenieServer.jar" in the same folder as "GenieTexter.exe"

* Start up the "GenieServer.jar"

* Install SMSClient on your phone (SMSClient.jad/SMSClient.jar)

* Pick a connection:

* Sync is for when you are connected to your computer via activesync (USB/bluetooth)

* Local is for when you are running in a javaphone emulator (Testing Purposes)

* IP is to connect to your computer over GPRS, just input your ip address in the box provided

* Press 'OK' and accept the security message about connecting

* You can import your contacts from GenieTexter by clicking 'Menu' and 'Get Contacts'

* To add a new contact, click 'Menu' and select 'New Contact'

* Input a the Name and Number and click 'Add'

* To select a contact to text, click 'Menu' and select 'Contacts'

* Highlight a contact and click 'Select'

* Type your message in the Message box

* To send your message, click 'Menu' and then 'Send'

Problems?

* Status says "Connected to computer, please wait...." forever

- Make sure you are running the server program on your desktop

* It says the connection has timed out

-Make sure your ip address is correct, enable/forward port 2004 on your router if you have one.

Changes

* 0.2

- Added ability to import contacts from GenieTexer address book. (Thanks steeev for the idea)

Updated Sat, Jan 29 2005 6:55 pm

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So I went off to the site, and got Genie texter, which is great, but where on earth do I get the other two downloads from? I don't see them on the Genie Texter site, and can't find a link here? Am I being stupid?

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So I went off to the site, and got Genie texter, which is great, but where on earth do I get the other two downloads from? I don't see them on the Genie Texter site, and can't find a link here? Am I being stupid?

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http://www.modaco.com/index.php?act=dscrip...etails&f_id=235

It uses the new modaco download system. go to the page above and click the agree button.

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