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GTK+ application used to browse a mobile phone filesystem
Associated Programs
Python interactive high-level object-oriented language (default version)
Wammu GTK application to control your mobile phone
Available deb Repositories (how-to add a respository)
Debian 32-bit 64-bit
stable 0.4+dfsg-13 0.4+dfsg-13
testing 0.4+dfsg-14 0.4+dfsg-14
sid 0.4+dfsg-14 0.4+dfsg-14

Ubuntu 32-bit 64-bit
lucid 0.4+dfsg-9 0.4+dfsg-9
precise 0.4+dfsg-13build1 0.4+dfsg-13build1

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Sounds like a great app. I Installed it on Ubuntu Ultimate 2.2 64 and it showed up in my applications > accessories > gmobilemedia
I double clicked on it....... and Nothing it will not open. I have a Motorola Razor v3c and would love to have a app. like this to move files in and out of my phone. Where am i going wrong?

gmobile will not start

Hi there,
I had the same problem. removed the installed version. downloaded the version 0.4 from sourceforge. Despite the message, that there is a newer version available, I installed the older one and now it works.