On Nov 30, 2007 3:59 PM, AlgoMantra <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Gutsy, I can now successfully transfer files from
> my Ubuntu to my Nokia N70 phone, which says the
> devices are paired. This worked like a dream!
> but when I do
> ~$obexftp -b
> it says
> Using 00:1B:EE:04:AD:61 DJ Fadereu
> Failed to connect to SDP server: File descriptor in bad state
> What does that mean? Because I'd also like to get files from my
> phone to my "machine".
> Thank god Windows is history.
> I'm reborn!! Long live, Ubuntu!
If you want to go tried and tested way then install package
gnome-bluetooth, start the obex server from Accessories menu and then
send files from phone to PC.
If you want to try more modern but a bit unstable method then install
package gnome-vfs-obexftp, logout and login and then enter obex:// in
nautilus bar. Then you can browse your phone and copy files to-fro.
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Don't ask why - the reason is the same.
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