On Tuesday 28 March 2006 01:21, you claimed:
> I just bought a new phone (upgrade from a nokia 3210), I bought a samsung
> SGH-Z500V and it has all the bells and whistles. It does syncing of the
> address book and calendar, which is very important to me.
> Which leads to the problem. I have 2 methods to use for the syncing,
> bluetooth or a usb cable. On windows, the software sync's the address book
> via the cable and has an option to sync via a virtual bluetooth serial
> port, but I cant get either method to work on linux.
> Bluez will find the phone, i can run kbluetoothd and it see's the phone, I
> can then browse its fileSys no problems, but I cannot get irmcSync to see
> the phone at all, a bluetooth scan (in the irmc) will not even see the
> phone at all.
> I've tried kmobileTools, and multiSync to no avail.
> It p^&%'s me off to have to go into windows and run outlook, just to sync
> the calendar/address book.
> Has anyone managed to set up one of these phones, or do they know how to
> get irmcSync to see it?
>Update, multisync bluetooth scan found the phone, but says there is no
irmcsync available, which kinda makes sense, since I have been syncing via
the usb cable in windows.
Right then does anybody know what /dev usb device i need to use?
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