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tsemgr is a GTK+ application to manage the SonyEricsson T68 mobile phone. It allows you to read and send short messages (sms), view and edit the phonebook, upload files via IrDA and Bluetooth, and turn your phone into a remote control for your Linux box.

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Recent releases

  •  27 Nov 2003 15:56

    Release Notes: This is the last (planned) release of tsemgr based on the current code. A complete rewrite that uses GTK+ 2.2 is in development. GNU Autotools support was added for ease of installation. UTF-8 support was added for phonebook features. Some major bugfixes were made.

    •  18 Jul 2003 21:09

      Release Notes: This release offers all the new functionality that only was available in CVS for a long time. SMS parsing has been enhanced. All kinds of EMSs should be parsed correctly now. Support for Obex over serial cable has been added. The phonebook list can now be sorted by Name, Phone number, or Index#. The whole phonebook can be backed up to hard disk and restored to phone. Many bugs were fixed.

      •  09 Apr 2003 17:10

        Release Notes: Configuration is now done within the tsemgr GUI. Thus there's no more need to edit config.h and recompile every time you change the device. There is the ability to save the remote control list to a file which will be loaded on tsemgr startup automatically. Some minor bugfixes were made.

        •  24 Mar 2003 00:39

          Release Notes: Fixes for the remote control feature to run more smoothly, and a fix for a bug that made tsemgr crash when, for example, adding a phonebook entry or deleting an SMS via bluetooth.

          •  21 Mar 2003 06:10

            Release Notes: Uploading files via bluetooth is now supported. A new feature to turn the phone into a remote control for a Linux box was added, and many bugs were fixed.


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