qcplink is a small set of command line utilities which
interact with the Qualcomm Phones. We're starting with the
model. The utilities will read the configuration/phonebook
from the phone and write it to a file and vice versa. Longer term
we expect to write light-weight adapters to personal information managers, etc.
qcplink Copyright(c)2000-2004 Stephen M. Moraco <email@example.com>
Thanks to Seiya Fujii (who identified the CRC algorithm being used) this project is underway once more... (only 23 months after initial start... ;-)
Hey, we're underway! Checkout the latest version of the
PROTOCOL document in our CVS repository.
qcplink 0.1 (readonly) is released!
- Thank you Seiya Fujii for contributing the final missing
enable my moving on with creating a full read/write qcplink. It
turns out that the CRC used is the FCS16 algorithm described in
Appendix C of the PPP RFC (RFC-1662).
- 0.1 Release - read only version to enable others to help find CRC algorithm! I'm unable to determine algorithm so far... Help! we need Help! ;-)
- first communication 2-way with phone established. Working now
on creating 0.1 release which supports reading phone book from
phone. Have yet to figure out the checkword calculation. Real
close to a CRC but havn't found the polynomial, yet, which works
for all known cases (proven that it's not any variant of crc16.
Hmmm... could use ideas here... Anyway, until I figure out the
CRC we won't be able to write to the phone. I'm anxious and still
- First protocol docment versioned - significant data here!
- First real look-n-feel for this web. Web under version
Download the most recent tarfile or .deb package from our ftp-site: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=4330
Browsing our CVS repository
All of the qcplink files are kept in a CVS repository served by
sourceforge.net. [BROWSE CVS].
The file NEWS, is included with the distribution which
contains updated release information. (for now you can see
the latest version of this file in our CVS repository).
- A Qualcomm QCP-2760 PCS/CDMA phone, with the cable
that lets you connect it to the serial port on your
- Some Linux kernel. It may work with other UNIXes, but
I haven't tried it.
- A reasonable compiler and C++ library.
- Tested on:
- Debian GNU/Linux Distribution
- Linux 2.2.xx and 2.4.xx Kernels
If you're excited about qcplink and want to help, It's easy.
Register as a developer at sourceforge and then send me email
telling me that you wish to join the project and what your
sourceforge username is. Also let me know how you would like
to help. -Stephen
You may also visit our
SourceForge Project Page.
qcplink is copyrighted by Stephen M. Moraco and is licensed through the GNU General Public License. Read the COPYING file for the complete license.
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