It’s bluetooth related, nothing to do with openobex.
If you initiate the connection from the phone (adding the device on phone) edit /etc/bluetooth/pin. If you want to pair from the PC, you need a PIN helper. You can use ones provided for KDE/Gnome and if that is not possible check:
Blue PIN Helper
This isn’t obex related (e.g. try rfcomm).
There seems to be no easy way to fix it (restarting bluez, reloading the modules, replugin the bt dongle). Two ways work though: using another bt dongle or wiping the linkkey cache (/var/lib/bluetooth for hcid). Kill the link entry on the phone too and power-cycle it, just to be sure.
Sometimes the phone gets confused. Just power-cycle it and
everything should be there again.
Roman Kraszewski programmed his phones micro controller to do so.
Your provider might do so likewise. Generally the controller can access
the phone like your desktop software can. There are memory limits though.
None that I know of.
I’m always keen on completing my picture on BFB.
Please send me all your “strange” logs.
Yes. It’s done with unsolicited messages.
You first need to prepare your communications to expect unsolicited
messages and then enable unsolicited messages (AT+CNMI). You can then
subscribe to some cell broadcast channels (AT+CSCB). When you recieve such
a broadcast via an unsolicited message you can easily decode the payload.
The GPRS_AT_CommandSet.pdf lists the messages to be expected in section
2.4.3 on page 96. The commands involved are described in section 2.3.9.
“GSM 07.05 for SMS” page 60pp.
To do daily SMS backups I recommend gsmlib.
gsmsmsstore --source /dev/mobilephone --baudrate 57600 --store SM --backup --destination $HOME/my.sms
and for your phonebook
gsmpb --source /dev/mobilephone --baudrate 57600 --phonebook SM --destination $HOME/sm.pb
To backup your pictures and alike you need ObexFTP.
There is a converter available. It’s called VMOconv
The voice memo files are plain gsm coded audio with just some
strange padding added.
This is due to syntax change with GCC 3.4.x.
You need to update to OpenOBEX 1.1 or newer, where the applications are already included. Use
to build them.
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