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    Linux Enthusiast carlosponti's Avatar
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    I have a Siemens MC 60 and i am searching for it's software for linux.
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    A Nokia 7270 is my current phone, though previous, most of my phones have been based on the Nokia 3310. the ONE thing it lacks though is bluetoothe!! I'd have thought a phone like that would have Bluetooth!! Specially how much it's worth!
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    i have a samsung A650. It is a good cell phone for what i use it for, but i want to upgrade soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by S. M. Ibrahim
    I have a Siemens MC 60 and i am searching for it's software for linux.
    Hey - try this. If you have problems post them on the forum for that site. It's designed for KDE though.
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    Siemens C65. Since I'm not going to use mobile phone as a computer I'm satisfied with it.
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    I've got a Nokia 6600 and have become a total junkie. I love T-Mobile's flat rate for unlimited internet access. I can use Opera on the phone itself or connect from my laptop to get online from anywhere I want. I recently had a couple of huge road trips and was able to listen to internet radio while driving. May I reccommend This American Life for tedious streches of the Nevada desert? (Sorry off topic - I was using my SuSE box to do this).
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    Oh yeah, I also wanted to ask, has anyone had any success getting the Bluetooth Handsfree Profile working on a linux system? I've read that kernel support for it is pretty much broken at this point but I figured I'd ask.
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    Wow! Does T-Mobile offer a flat rate for unlimited Internet access? I had no idea, but that is great! It's just a pity that T-Mobile doesn't exist here in Sweden.
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    Oh yeah, I also wanted to ask, has anyone had any success getting the Bluetooth Handsfree Profile working on a linux system?
    At which end, do you mean? Do you mean making the computer act as a headset, or connect a headset to the computer? If you mean connecting a headset to the computer, it just so happens that I use (and contribute to) the Bluetooth ALSA project, which does just that. The headset is presented as another ALSA soundcard. I find it quite useful, especially with gnome-meeting.

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    Actuall I'm trying to get my laptop to behave as a headset.

    I got some highly unstable source code from the kbluetoothd project (handsfree) that as of yet I can't compile and probably won't work anyway. I don't think it's going to happen, at least in the near future. Maybe with your connection with the ALSA proj. you've got some other insights.
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