Wammu – Mobile Phone Data Manager for Linux Based on Gammu

Written By Sam on 27 November 2009
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If you are looking for an application on Linux to manage your Mobile data then you can try out Wammu. Wammu is based on Gammu which is a command line tool to control your mobile. You can use Wammu with mobiles that are capable of AT commands or IrMC. Mobiles from different manufacturers like Nokia, Motorola, HTC and many more. Some of the major features supported by Gammu are Call listing, initiating and handling; SMS retrieval, backup and sending; Phonebook listing, export and import and many more.

Wammu - Mobile Phone Manager for Linux Based on Gammu

Wammu is basically a GUI program which uses Gammu for actual communication with the Mobile. Wammu is available for Windows, Debian, Ubuntu, openSUSE, Fedora and Madriva.

Features Supported by Wammu

  • You can easily Read, Edit, Delete and Copy Contacts, Todo and Calendar.
  • You can also read, create, save, send and backup SMS’s.
  • Supports sending files to phone (OBEX and Sony Ericsson phones only)
  • SMS composer for multi-part SMS’s.
  • Display message including pictures and ringtones playback
  • Support for backup and import in various formats including vCard, vCalendar, vTodo and iCalendar.
  • Export messages to mail (IMAP4, maildir and mailbox storages are supported).

Supported Mobile Brands: Alcatel, Apple, BenQ-Siemens, Elson, Emgeton, Falcom, Fly, Gionee, HTC, Huawei, Hughes, Jinpeng, Lenovo, LG, Mitsubishi, Motorola, Nokia, Onda, Openmoko, Option, PalmOne, Philips, Sagem, Samsung, Sanyo, SciPhone, Sharp, Siemens, Sierra Wireless, Simcom, Sony Ericsson, Teltonika, Toshiba, Vodafone, Wavecom and ZTE.

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One Response to “Wammu – Mobile Phone Data Manager for Linux Based on Gammu”

  1. ravi says:

    i am a windows user but like Wammu Phone Manager best app. for linux user

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