[gnome-bluetooth] Connect with gnome-phone-manager
jacob.emcken at gmail.com
Sun Sep 30 15:07:32 BST 2007
I have tried connecting my Nokia N73 with gonme-phone-manager through
bluetooth. I have paired the two devices successfully. But I cant see
a reason why gnome-phone-manager tries to connect to the phone
forever. This is how it looks when I start it from a terminal:
je at rohan:~$ gnome-phone-manager
** Message: bdaddr 00:19:79:D2:6A:0F
** Message: New connection device is 00:19:79:D2:6A:0F (changed)
** Message: New connection device is 00:19:79:D2:6A:0F (not changed)
** Message: Connecting...
** Message: Status 1
** Message: Making serial port connection
conn_complete: status 0x00
Then it just hangs there (haven't waited for more than 15min)
The tooltip of the icon in the taskbar just says:
Connecting to phone
This is my phone:
je at rohan:~$ hcitool scan
Anyone know how I can debug this further or if my phone just isn't supported.
I have no problems transfering files via bluetooth both ways.
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