Getting your soundcard to work, using Debian on non-i386 hardware, etc


Postby Madbrain » 2018-01-12 08:59

Good morning everyone, this is my first post and I didn't find a general greeting topic for new users, so I decided to do it here, asking my first question.

Both on my laptop and my home workstation (respectively with Debian stable and testing, both with Xfce, they don't have any Bluetooth hardware), I can browse my phone (LG Leon) with Thunar connecting it with a simple usb cable, but if I try to detect it under Gammu/Wammu using the same cable they fail, both if the device is mounted or not.

Is there a way to make them detect by usb cable?
In case of using a usb Bluetooth dongle, how can I make it keep the connection indefinitely?

Thank you very much :)
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Re: Gammu/Wammu

Postby dotlj » 2018-01-20 01:12

Currently supported phones include:

* Many Nokia models.
* Alcatel BE5 (501/701), BF5 (715), BH4 (535/735).
* AT capable phones (Siemens, Nokia, Alcatel, IPAQ).
* OBEX and IrMC capable phones (Sony-Ericsson, Motorola).
* Symbian phones through gnapplet.

If you installed from the Debian repository, your LG phone may not be supported.
has several lists of which types of phones are supported. I couldn't find LG there.
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Re: Gammu/Wammu

Postby debiman » 2018-01-21 09:36

^ i concur.
wasn't sure the first time i saw this question, but now i remember that the last time i used gammu/wammu was the last time i had a nokia phone.
many years ago.
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