On Sun, 2010-06-06 at 17:14 +0200, Patrick Ohly wrote:
On Sat, 2010-06-05 at 12:15 +0100, Dinesh wrote:
> Just today, i stumbled found a feature of obexftp,
> obexftp -X -b $MyN70, which gives us a lot of details on the features
> of the phone offers:
> and from the syncevolution's website, this is what i have gotten,
> "The sync-ui then lists paired devices with SyncML support and offers
> to configure them using one of the available device configuration
> templates. It tries to find a suitable template based on the name
> given to the device, which only works well if that name includes the
> model (for example, "John Doe's N85")."
> so shouldn't the obexftp tool be useful for us in easily configuring
> our phone?
That depends on how much information we can extract. General support for
SyncML can also be obtained via sdp. More interesting might be the
PCSuite-Settings service and what the
... C:\System\SuiteConf.xml file contains.
> I have tested it only on a few nokia phones.. so i couldn't
> conclude more information about this..
> right now, here is the status:
> Nokia 6600 (S60 OS 7) : the tool doesnt work
> Nokia N70 (S60 OS 8.1): it works
> Nokia E63 (S60 v3) : it works the same way it does for N70
> (the settings however would stay same for all S60 models of the same
> version though. so i also can't conclude how useful this service can
"the tool" = obexftp?
The interesting question is: does it work with non-Nokia phones? Nokia
phones are covered pretty well by the existing templates. At best we'll
learn whether a specific kind of data is supported.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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