Hi everyone, During the last years, I launched the javacint google group which now has grown out to be a good community of professionnals working around the Cinterion (java enabled) chips. I also created a TC65 development document. And all the questions and feedbacks you gave me on the development around these chips helped me a lot to improve (what was) my document and (what was) my FAQ. You helped me so much indeed that I believe this content should know be open to everyone to modify.
This is now on the wiki.
Changes are: Removed references to the FAQ and the M2MP protocol. Added explanations on how to handle the deployment of multiple versions. Added a quick note on how to use the jazzlib library for gzip compression. The TC65Dev now is on the wiki.
This has moved to the javacint wiki
Hi everyone, I updated the TC65Dev document. Mostly because there’s a good chance I will only have less free time. I modified few parts and added some new content. It is now 50 pages long, this is a lot more than I originally intended to do. Click here to get it
WARNING: All the Cinterion related content from this blog will be removed to go to the javacint wiki soon. Hi the Cinterion community, Cinterion France asked me to remove all the Cinterion TC65 / TC65i development materials I published on my blog. The good news is you can contact the Cinterion office of your country and sign a NDA to get the latest version of their manuals and SDK.
Hi the TC65 community, There’s a new software in town, after JOBexFTP from Ricardo Schmidt, Christoph Vilsmeier decided to create the TC65SH tool which apparently does the same thing but faster. Best regards, * *Here is the mail that brouht the good news: Hello Florent, I've done some TC65 development recently and found your site very helpful, especially your articles about TC65 development. Thank you for that!
WARNING: All the Cinterion related content from this blog will be removed to go to the javacint wiki soon. Please get used to going there. I did this program because I had to reprogram some chips without a working MES deployment environment. I could deploy the TC65 program on a server but not upload it on the chip. And then I thought it could do a nice application for all the people deploying TC65 programs in a production environment.
WARNING: All the Cinterion related content from this blog will be removed to go to the javacint wiki soon. Please get used to going there. During the last months I spent some time writing a document on the TC65 development. It is primary aimed at TC65 project managers and developers. This document can be considered as a draft and I’m waiting for any of your comments to fix / improve / complete it.
WARNING: All the Cinterion related content from this blog will be removed to go to the javacint wiki soon. Please get used to going there. Ricardo Schmidt made a great multi-platform TC65 control and file management tool called JOBextFTP. This can be used for anyone whose Module Exchange Suite (MES) doesn’t work or doesn’t work correctly. The biggest effort is put on managing the OBEX file transmission protocol, but it also does offer some simple methods that can be integrated in your development process, like “turnOn”, “turnOff”, “getTime”, “runApp”.