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Version Control:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  17671
Submitted:  Aug 15 2004
Updated:  Jun 25 2011



KMobileTools is a nice KDE-based application that allows to synchronize and manage mobile phones with your PC. It handles full SMS control, dialing calls, phonebook, and phone status monitoring.

As KDE moved from version 3 to version 4, KMobileTools had started to be ported to Qt4 along with major API changes. A new engine has been written and the GUI redesigned. However, the former developers had to drop the project due to a lack of time and I recently decided to take it over. So, this developer release is also a CALL FOR DEVELOPERS: I won't be able to ensure the complete work, I need support and want to form a new team for development. Coding on KMobileTools is real fun, but I am very busy with my master degree and my coding experience is still not that rich, making KMobileTools evolve (too) slowly.

The project has migrated from the KDE Playground SVN to Gitorious: http://gitorious.org/kmobiletools
I currently have no time anymore to continue hacking on KMobileTools. Feel free to clone the git repo and to submit merge requests for every contribution of yours. Git is now the best mean to share the code and to make contributions easier through the clone/merge system it provides. I remain available for project administration and any insight I could give about the project. From now on, the project is in the hands of the contributors!

Feel free to contact me if you are interested in hacking on KMobileTools. As you can see, most of the work is done, let's finally finish it! The following list is how I would set the priorities: https://gitorious.org/kmobiletools/pages/Home


2011-06-25 Project cession
* The project has migrated from the KDE Playground SVN to Gitorious:
I currently have no time anymore to continue hacking on KMobileTools. Feel free to clone the git repo and to submit merge requests for every contribution of yours. I remain available for project administration and any insight I could give about the project. From now on, the project is in the hands of the contributors!

2010-10-12 KMobileTools 1.5.0-SVN20101222
* Gammu engine is back again, partially working
* Info and status pages (phone detail homepage) is redesigned and working
* welcome and overview pages are working again and now use the new KDE4 design
* lots of bugfixes
* big code clean up (more to come!)

2010-10-12 KMobileTools 1.5.0-SVN20101012
* first developer release of the new KMobileTools for KDE4
* New engine API
* openSUSE packages provided for testing purpose

2007-06-05 KMobileTools 0.5.0_beta3
* Including 19200 baudrate.
* Fix that allows to try fetching SMS even from phones that don't have SMS slots.
* Adding support for the incoming kdebluetooth-1.0-beta3.
* Fixing user interface issues for SMS CVS exporting.
* Fixing SMS exporting to maildir (thanks to cerebro84 at gmail dot com).
* Some autotools fixes.
* Adding a working gammu engine, thanks to Matthias Lechner.
* Adding KNotify support, and making it configurable in the user interface.

2007-04-06 KMobileTools 0.5.0_beta2
* Simulate ATE0 in phones that don't accept it.
* Remove warnings about Locked Phone where we want to use a timeout.
* Bugfix: Sometimes device is loaded twice.
* Bugfix: Phonebook stops when encountering an error.
* Bugfix: Better modem errors handling. Parsing SMS/Phonebook
continues even after errors, now.
* Fixing compilation on kde < 3.5
* Fixing infinite loop on kbluetoothpairingwizard.
* Adding CrashHandler "stolen" from Amarok.
* Making wizards use also gksu for non-kde users.
* Allowing more than one channel for each device with the bluetooth
* New wizard page for bluetooth: now kmobiletools can use bluetooth
devices without needing to bind them. Needs kdebluetooth 1.0-beta2.
* Bugfix: removed crashing when trying to configure devices.
* Bugfix: sometimes kmobiletools was hanging when fetching phonebook.
* Threading fixes: less crashes, less cpu/memory usage, more overall
* Fixing phonenumbers fetching.
* Increasing and fixing timeouts for racing issues.
* Added an obex kioslave, based on openobex, configurable from
kmobiletools GUI.
* Improved wizard for phone detection.
* Added a dialing handler dialog.
* Added a tab for the phonebook page to display contacts from other
devices or from KDE AddressBook.

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 Great package!!!

 by toadhall on: Jan 18 2008
Score 50%

Wow, what a great package. Just what the doctor ordered!!!

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 Still active

 by Hwoarang on: May 26 2008
Score 50%


Is this project still active?

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 dcop access?

 by DaHoC on: Sep 1 2009
Score 50%

I'm using kmobiletools for a while now and I it is great (and has come a long way)!

I was wondering how I can access the signal strength and battery status bar from dcop, I can access most other things?
Also, are you also planning on switching to dbus? (I'm thinking of creating a plasmoid for kde4)

Keep up the good work!

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 The project IS dead.

 by denisq on: Jul 16 2010
Score 50%

According to one of the code contributors (Matthias), the project is dead:

"Hi Quentin,

to keep it short: KMobileTools is dead and I have no more time to
contribute to KDE at the moment.
Even if you manage to compile KMobileTools for KDE 4.x, do not expect it
to work. The best you could achieve is reading information from a
simulated mobile phone.

I agree that an app like KMobileTools is missing in the KDE sector. If
you take the time to find your way in the source code and resume work, I
am sure many people would be very grateful :-) I can promise that
working on KMobileTools is a lot of fun.

Best regards,

PS: you can grab the latest version at svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/playground/pim/kmobiletools .
I can compile it successfully

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 How Do I Contribute?

 by irshad on: Sep 21 2010
Score 50%

I have used KMobiletools. Nice App.
What should I do to contribute.
How to contact?

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 Great to see kmbt back to life

 by olahaye74 on: Sep 21 2010
Score 50%

Will this be an akonadi resource?

Will you use libimobiledevice for iPhone/iPhod syncing?

Olivier LAHAYE

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 Re: Great to see kmbt back to life

 by denisq on: Sep 22 2010
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There is no akonadi resource implemented for now, but there have been plans in the past which just have to be picked up.

KMobileTools works with different backends, it is now very easy to add libimobiledevice to support Apple products. However, there is a lack of manpower to archive this goal in the near future, feel free to have a look at the proof of concept "fake_engine" to add a libimobiledevice engine! Users and developers will highly appreciate! ;)

Thanks for your feedback, kind regards.

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