Re: [kde-linux] KDE, Bluetooth, Samsung Galaxy Note
- Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2012 07:13:41 +0100
- From: Anne Wilson <annew@xxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [kde-linux] KDE, Bluetooth, Samsung Galaxy Note
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On 27/07/12 04:30, Jerome Yuzyk wrote:
> Fedora 17, KDE 4.8.4, on a Lenovo ThinkPad T61 Samsung Galaxy Note
> with ICS 4.0.4
> I _think_ I have my phone/laptop Bluetooth set up properly - both
> can see each other, but trying to pair the phone with the laptop
> presents a screen (on the phone) for a PIN number I haven't set
> anywhere, and aren't given enough time to enter before the phone
> gives up on the pairing.
> I set the KDE interface to trust the phone and not ask for a PIN,
> but that doesn't seem to matter.
> I've Googled a bunch and can't see how to enter a pin on the laptop
> or the phone and Bluetooth is new to me. I just want an easy way to
> send files from my phone to the laptop.
I don't have a Note, but with my Galaxy SII I use USB, and transfer
files in Dolphin. The USB utility on the phone gives me an IP that I
must enter in a browser. When I do that it signals a request to
connect to the phone, and I have to accept that on the phone. After
that, it's just another storage medium. HTH
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