I've searched on the forum and on the FAQs for this information but I haven't found anything. So I am asking here. Sorry if this information is already available somewhere. I would be glad if someone give any pointers.
I am looking for a cable for Nokia 1100, and I've found the NK-1100 cable at ucables.com. The page says: " It includes FBUS and MBUS interface, that means it can be used in MBUS mode for: [...]". Does it means that nokia 1100 supports only Mbus? I am confused because I am going the seller of another cable said that, being Nokia 1100 a DCT4, so it uses Fbus. Which information is right? Does Nokia 1100 supports fbus, mbus or both? Do I have do do anything special, depending if the cable uses fbus or mbus?
Another question I don't know someone may help me is about the support for the cable on gammu. The Nokia page on gammu.net says that using serial Mbus cables, "the cable and connection is not very stable", but I couldn't tell if the software is unstable for mbus serial cables, or if the hardware isn't too reliable.
Another thing I would like to know is: which functions on Nokia 1100 I will be able to access using the cable? The main purpose I would like to own the cable is to synchronize the reminders/notes/addressbook on the phone.
So, in short my questions are:
- What f/m bus type is supported on Nokia 1100, and will some of them require special procedures to be usable?
- Would the cable work with gammu (on Linux), even being serial and using Mbus?
- Which functions on Nokia 1100 are acessible using the cable?
Thanks for any help.