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Read Messages From 6210 Nokia Mobile

Hi,

I want to read messages from my mobile and do some calculation on this messages, then save it on my PC.

Note: I used for this connection (Nokia PC Suite 4).
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Mugahied
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_Katka_Commented:
Hi,

1) download this component: http://17slon.com/gp/gp/twircommsocket.htm
2) install it to Delphi as package
3) add the TWIrCommSocket component to your project
4) modify your code like this:

uses WSocket,WIrCOMMSocket;

var
  DeviceList: TIrdaDevicesInfo; // global list of IR enabled devices (e.g. your cell phone)
  RecievedText: AnsiString; // string holder for all recieved data

procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender:TObject); // where connection to IR enabled device is done
var
  I:Integer;
begin
   IRConnect1.Close; // as a prevention close possible connection to device
   FreeAndNil(DeviceList); // clears list of devices
   DeviceList := IRConnect1.GetConnectedDevices; // list of all IR enabled devices (in your case Nokia 6210)
   IRConnect1.DeviceID := DeviceList[0].irdaDeviceID; // in case you'll have just one cell phone in range
   IRConnect1.Connect;
end;
   
procedure TForm1.Button2Click(Sender:TObject); // where SMS messages are listed
begin
   IRConnect1.SendStr('AT+CMGL'#13#10); // list of SMSs
// alternatively you can use
   IRConnect1.SendStr('AT+CMGR=?'#13#10); // determine count of SMSs
   IRConnect1.SendStr('AT+CMGR=0'#13#10); // reads first SMS
end;

procedure TForm1.IRConnect1DataAvailable(Sender: TObject;  Error: Word); // (this is IRConnect1 event) where results of previously sended commands are caught
begin
  RecievedText := RecievedText + IRConnect1.RecieveStr;
// alternatively you can use TMemo to view the messages
  Memo1.Text := RecievedText;
end;

Legend:

Form1 = your form name
Memo1 = your memo name for cell phone output
Button1 = your button name for connection attempt
Button2 = your button name for retrieving SMS
IRConnect1 = your TWIrCommSocket name

because all recieved data are in textual format, you'll have to recognize them from RecievedText variable,
but that's not that hard. Just look in Memo1 and you'll know what's going on.

regards,
Kate
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