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[gammu] port = DEVICE NAME connection = at115200
$ cat .gammurc [gammu] port = /dev/rfcomm2 connection = at115200
Followed Nick Burch's advice on connecting to series 60 phones through bluetooth at http://www.gagravarr.org/series-60/#bt-apps. Scroll down a little to the section on Bluetooth and Gammu.
Before connecting, as by Nick's advice I issued the command "rfcomm bind /dev/rfcomm2 id:id:id:id:id:id 1". Please replace the 'id's with the bluetooth address of the phone. It can be found by keying in "*#2820#" into the phone.
I only know of "gammu --identify" to work so far. However, I can manipulate the filesystem in Ubuntu 7.10 with bluez bluetooth appplet 0.14 with "browse devices". Maybe filesystem manipulation can work in Gammu too?
Created by Harish on Feb. 4, 2008, 6:30 p.m..
Tested with Gammu 1.13.0.