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Name Sakis3G
Short description Shell script to establish 3G connections.
Full description Sakis3G is a shell script for establishing a 3G connection with any combination of modem or operator. It automatically setups the USB or Bluetooth™ modem, and may also detect operator settings.
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VCS checkout command
Computer languages /bin/sh
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Keywords 3G, GSM, USB, Bluetooth
Version identifier 0.2.0e (binary free version)
Version date 9 july 2010
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Finished review No

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