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Old 07-01-2012, 11:22 PM
Jonathan Nieder
 
Default Bug#679173: blueman-manager: File Send and all later operations time out ( No transfert file from or to the smartphones and my PC: SONY xperia x10 and HTC One X)

reassign 679173 blueman
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Hi Jean Pierre and blueman maintainers,

Jean Pierre Hoareau wrote

> You wil find her under some detail about what hapen when I try to
> send a file to my "HTC ONE X" smartphone . I think you are able to
> reproduce this fail if you use the same hardware.

Thanks much for this.

[...]
> root@soleil:~# lsusb
> Usb Bluetooth Dongle : Bus 006 Device 002: ID 0a5c:2121 Broadcom Corp. BCM2210 Bluetooth
[...]
> SMARTHONE
> HTC-ONE-X, Androide 4.0.3, ICE.
> Bluetooth software 4.0.
> API HTC SDK: 4.12
>
> *WHAT I DO :*
>
> 1- Start my computer under DEBIAN WHEEZE kernel 3.2.0-2-686-pae
> 2- Plug ma bluetooth dongle USB
> 3- Launch "blueman-manager" in console to get messages;
> 4- Search "new adapter or device" from the screen. (HTC-ONE-X Found)
> 5- Pair the Computer and the Smartphone. (Pairing OK)
> 6- Send a file size *17ko* from the PC to Smartphone (result OK)
> 7- Send a file size *48 ko* .........
> .................... (Result Fail "Request Time Out") no File send.
> 8- Retry (6) OK
> 9- Retry (7) OK ......Why ?
> 10- Send a file size *220 ko* Result Fail "Request Time Out" no
> File send
>
> After this step any thing you do fail due to a Request Time Out.
>
> *MESSAGES SUMARY *:
[logs snipped, available from [1]]

Jean Pierre: please attach output from the "reportbug --template blueman"
command. You can use your mailer's reply-to-all feature to ensure that
the output is included in the bug log and the blueman maintainers
receive it.

Blueman maintainers: Known problem? Any ideas for tracking it down?

Thanks again and hope that helps,
Jonathan

[1] http://bugs.debian.org/679173



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