Another question, how do I know whether I've got JSR-82 support? My phone is really, really cheap, (although bought recently), so it'd be nice to know how I find out.
About the connection, I can ping the phone, and it's recognised in the device list using gAnyRemote, but I'm a little stuck on Ubuntu with what to do next. Help says 'cannot find documentation'.
I got to 'configuration check', under anyremote-J2ME-client it says 'downloaded v4.21', anyRemote is installed.
Under preferences->server mode I've got upload java client from /home/biff/.anyRemote, I clicked 'Download java client from web', and it puts lots of files in /home/biff/.anyRemote but when I come to click 'upload java' under 'device parameters' it says 'Can not find anyremote-J2ME-client installation.
Which phone/model do You have ?
How did You start anyRemote server on PC ?
What does 'hciconfig' says on Your PC ?
Sorry for the long delay replying, my phone is LG C300 Town. I started (or thought I started) the server on my Ubuntu box using gAnyRemote. I tried various applications, always the same thing.
I don't think hciconfig is going to be the problem, as I can transfer files to my mobile. The communication link seems to be OK, so I think the problem is the phone software.
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