Has anyone here managed to send files from a mobile phone to a CentOS
system via Bluetooth? I'm trying with a Samsung E1310, using the GNOME
tools, but can't get it to work. I can send files from the Linux box to
this phone using the Nautilus bluetooth plugin
(nautilus-sendto-bluetooth), and have also managed to "pull" some data
I've been trying to send, via "obexftp". If I try to initiate a transfer
from the phone, however, it will just display a generic "connection
failed" message. If I run gnome-obex-server from the command line while
doing this, I get
conn_request: bdaddr <addres of phone>
conn_complete: status 0x00
But that's pretty much it. Any ideas? I'll also include some hcidump
output below... Note that based on a simple web search, it does look
like others have experienced the same thing, but I didn't really get
much out of the information I found in terms of figuring out how to
resolve the problem.
I'm using the latest packages from the CentOS 5 repositories. I also
tried slightly older versions of bluez-utils and blues-libs as report at
Red Hat Bugzilla suggested this might help, but it didn't really.
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