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    Nokia N70 mobile


    I know it can work with obexfs drivers, but is there an easy way to browse this mobile phone for image, and movie transfer via USB cable? I need it on Mandriva.
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    Install obexftp and openobexapps.

    Use
    obexftp -u
    command to list devices.

    You can use obexftp command to browse and edit files from memory card.
    Or you can use gui of obextool -->
    sudo obextool --obexcmd "obexftp -u 1"
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    As I have told, I need it on Mandriva. Unfortunatelly, there is no obextool package for Mandriva. I made package from the Debian one, still I cannot satisfy the tablelist dependency, although I did transformed it with alien too. I've installed all, but not working, it cannot find it, although there is!
    Men, we need one-big-good program, instead of having a dozen of small libraries, with unsatisfiable dependency hell!
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    Have you tried this

    Well, if libraries are there, the all packages should be available.
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    I've been trying off and on to get this to work with my Nokia 3120.
    Besides Obex (and supporting packages) do I need anything? When I installed it on Windows I needed to install a driver, because the USB cable is actually a serial port/USB crossover.
    Meaning, it connects the phone to the computer via a USB plug, but for some stupid reason the computer thinks it's a serial port connection (so in Windows I had to reboot every time I plugged in).
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    I don't have idea about Nokia that much, but its sure that they sucks.
    Never tried Nokia 3120, but some of the N series.
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    When I type obexftp -u I get nothing. But when I try lsusb it's there.
    Maybe there's a way to manually mount it?
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    Well, It works for me SE phone, but i can't try it now on Nokia because I don't own one.
    But you can use wammu or something like that figure out what connection protocol your phone uses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by b2bwild View Post
    But you can use wammu or something like that figure out what connection protocol your phone uses.
    That's great, but how do I know which USB port I'm using?
    It's a CA-42 cable, and the output from lsusb is:
    Code:
    Bus 001 Device 004: ID 6547:0232 Arkmicro Technologies Inc. ARK3116 Serial
    In order to configure the phone, I need to tell it which USB port. But which USB port is it??
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