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There was a website called www.wirelessmodemapi.com that used to exist. It had documentation on the ISI protocols used by the Nokia cellular modems. Does anyone have any of the documentation that used to be on that site?
 

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Looks like the waybackmachine saved our ***** once more?

I hope you find what you are looking for.
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Ummm nope, the actual document files are NOT in the wayback machine archive (I already looked)
 

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Seems like also other archives do not have it.
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Damn, looks like these documents have disappeared from the internet completly
 

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Damn, looks like these documents have disappeared from the internet completly
disappeared, on the internet nah

Try google with:
Code:
doctype:pdf Wireless Modem API Release 10w13
Or whatever the filenames/filetypes where
 
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Nope, that doesn't show up any useful results.
Surprisingly these documents really HAVE disappeared from the internet or so it would seem
 

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Best suggestion: ask Joerg
 

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Already asked all the gurus in #maemo in IRC with no luck there either.
I dont think anyone out there has these documents (at least not anyone who is willing/able to share them)
 
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An interesting problem.
.but not impossible

It was a Nokia site,
.no doubt the documents still exist,
.we simply do not recognize where to get them from.

Nokia probably has an archive copy,
.short of summoning Ethan Hunt and his gang:

The website would have been poached by someone.
And my guess is that there is a copy of what you need
.on one of several document mining operations.

If someone around here
.has a clue as to what kind of file names to search for,
.we might still have a chance.
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