"obexft -h" offer the following:
-b, --bluetooth <device> connect to this bluetooth device
-B, --channel <number> use this bluetooth channel when connecting
what does <device> mean? Maybe something like "/dev/rfcomm0", just "0" or the MAC address of the real world device?
I tried everything from 1. and it always wants to connect via IrDA. Obviously something is not right, yet.
Is the Option -B mandatory or optional?
IrDA conntection to S55 works fine, using -i or not.
In -b, <device> is the "MAC" address of the device.
-B is mandatory, for all I know, you need to specify channel for obex file push.
I can't get it to work anyway, after my phone (S55) asks for a pin, obexftp just hangs on "Connecting..." and times out after a while, no matter what pin I enter. I've read somewhere that it should be pin from /etc/bluetooth/pin, but that doesn't work.
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