[gnome-bluetooth] Phone Manager disconnects when receiving a message

Myles Grant myles at mylesgrant.com
Fri Jul 16 16:41:56 BST 2004

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Does anyone know if the Nokia 3650 has this same problem?  With
apparently no solution?

- -Myles

Bastien Nocera wrote:
| On Fri, 2004-07-16 at 11:25 +0100, Matthew Booth wrote:
|>I've just downloaded and installed:
|>Gnome Bluetooth seems to be working fine. I can scan for devices, send
|>and receive files without problems. Phone manager also appears to be
|>working. It connects to my phone and I can send a text message. However,
|>whenever the connected phone receives a text message, the bluetooth
|>connection is dropped immediately. The output is:
|>** Message: New connection device is /dev/rfcomm0
|>** Message: Connecting...
|>** Message: Status 1
|>** Message: Making serial port connection
|>** Message: Status 2
|>** Message: Serial port connected
|>** Message: Connected to device on /dev/rfcomm0
|>** Message: Exiting connect thread
|>[ERROR]: writing to TA (errno: 5/Input/output error)
|>** Message: Status 4
|>** Message: Connected error occurred.
|>The [ERROR] line appears instantly the phone receives a message. I have
|>tried this with both a Nokia 6600 and a Nokia 6310i, and the results are
|>the same.
|>Does anybody have any ideas? I don't know if it's related, but in
|>setting up gnome phone manager I had to mess with /dev/rfcomm?, which
|>didn't exist. I created them, set their group to bluetooth and gave
|>group write on them. My user is in the bluetooth group. I'm not
|>convinced this should be necessary, but it was the only way I could get
|>a connection. Have I messed something else up?
| Known bug.
| See: http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.gnome.apps.bluetooth/10
| ---
| Bastien Nocera <hadess at hadess.net>
| Her eyes were like two brown circles with big black dots in the centre.
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