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How to read GSMphone data (Siemens x35 etc.) with Data Cable using Delphi? Code exambles? links? Is there any component (willingly freeware) for the purpose?
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Maybe you can find something usefull here:

http://www.torry.net/cellular.htm
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Epsylon > You are faster again!
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Sorry, I forgetted this, thanks :)
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