Re: Bluetooth PBAP support for FSO

2010-01-12 Thread Thomas Franck
On 11.01.2010 13:09, Thomas Zimmermann wrote:
 You can download the package at:
 http://downloads.vdm-design.de/obexd_0.20-r1.4_armv4t.ipk
 
 Please try and report the result. I hope it's working but i'm not sure.

I've downloaded and installed that.. unfortunately I've also installed
new SHR-U updates, which is causing a bit of a problem now.. (keeps
telling me about md5 mismatch and refuses to install two vital fso
components)

Will come back as soon as my FR is up and working again and I've had a
chance to test the module..

Cheers  Thanks for your efforts..
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Re: Bluetooth PBAP support for FSO

2010-01-12 Thread Martin Jansa
On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 09:43:55AM +0100, Thomas Franck wrote:
 new SHR-U updates, which is causing a bit of a problem now.. (keeps
 telling me about md5 mismatch and refuses to install two vital fso
 components)

still md5 mismatch? should be fixed about 1,5 hour ago

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Re: Bluetooth PBAP support for FSO

2010-01-12 Thread Thomas Franck
On 12.01.2010 09:55, Martin Jansa wrote:
 On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 09:43:55AM +0100, Thomas Franck wrote:
 new SHR-U updates, which is causing a bit of a problem now.. (keeps
 telling me about md5 mismatch and refuses to install two vital fso
 components)
 
 still md5 mismatch? should be fixed about 1,5 hour ago

That's fixed.. thanks.. :)
will try connecting to my car in a minute..

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Re: Bluetooth PBAP support for FSO

2010-01-12 Thread Thomas Franck
Hi..

On 11.01.2010 13:09, Thomas Zimmermann wrote:
 You can download the package at:
 http://downloads.vdm-design.de/obexd_0.20-r1.4_armv4t.ipk
 
 Please try and report the result. I hope it's working but i'm not sure.

I've just tried connecting.. with the usual outcome:
FR says: new device (and is happy with that)
car says: connecting...  (and eventually aborts)

I will try again and again.. but first.. how do log usable data for
debugging for you?
I tried to install hcidump again, but I can't seem to find it in the
SHR-U feed..

what I did:
-88--
r...@om-gta02 ~ $ hcitool scan
Scanning ...
00:0E:9F:4E:FC:17   BMW 18208
r...@om-gta02 ~ $ simple-agent hci0 00:0E:9F:4E:FC:17
RequestPinCode (/org/bluez/1538/hci0/dev_00_0E_9F_4E_FC_17)
Enter PIN Code: 1122
Release
New device (/org/bluez/1538/hci0/dev_00_0E_9F_4E_FC_17)
r...@om-gta02 ~ $
-88--

That doesn't seem to show up in any logs, though..

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Re: Bluetooth PBAP support for FSO

2010-01-11 Thread Thomas Zimmermann
Am Dienstag 05 Januar 2010 21:55:33 schrieb Thomas Franck:
 On 01/04/2010 11:46 AM, Thomas Zimmermann wrote:
  http://downloads.vdm-design.de/obexd_0.20-r0.4_armv4t.ipk
 
 downloaded and installed that..
 
  But i think sth more is needed. We need an bluetooth agent that knows
  about obexd. Perhaps simple-agent does.
 
 I used simple-agent before (see the thread here:
 http://n2.nabble.com/SHR-unstable-Bluetooth-pairing-with-BMW-Pro-Radio-car-
 handsfree-fails-tp3060247p3060247.html )
 will try when I manage to set everything up.. :)
 
  then obexd needs to be started with -p option, the /etc/dbus-1/services
  config file doesn't do that in my current version, so you have to add
  that option there.
 
 I don't even have a obexd.conf in the system.d folder.. :S
 
 Cheers,
 

Now i've implented all mehtods avaible in obexd.
And changed the dbus service file.

You can download the package at:
http://downloads.vdm-design.de/obexd_0.20-r1.4_armv4t.ipk

Please try and report the result. I hope it's working but i'm not sure.

Thomas

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Re: Bluetooth PBAP support for FSO

2010-01-05 Thread Thomas Franck
On 01/04/2010 11:46 AM, Thomas Zimmermann wrote:
 http://downloads.vdm-design.de/obexd_0.20-r0.4_armv4t.ipk

downloaded and installed that..

 But i think sth more is needed. We need an bluetooth agent that knows about 
 obexd. Perhaps simple-agent does.

I used simple-agent before (see the thread here:
http://n2.nabble.com/SHR-unstable-Bluetooth-pairing-with-BMW-Pro-Radio-car-handsfree-fails-tp3060247p3060247.html
)
will try when I manage to set everything up.. :)


 then obexd needs to be started with -p option, the /etc/dbus-1/services 
 config 
 file doesn't do that in my current version, so you have to add that option 
 there.

I don't even have a obexd.conf in the system.d folder.. :S

Cheers,

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Re: Bluetooth PBAP support for FSO

2010-01-04 Thread Thomas Franck
Happy New Year!

Thomas Zimmermann wrote:
 That's great. The first test resulted in a crash of the PBAP plugin, so i've 
 to 
 look at this.
 Will tell you if i have an new version, but i will wait till the new year 
 before i do some more on this.

I'm back home.. well.. at work now..
What do I have to prepare in order to test your plugin?

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Re: Bluetooth PBAP support for FSO

2010-01-04 Thread Thomas Zimmermann
   
Am Montag 04 Januar 2010 11:12:11 schrieb Thomas Franck:
 Happy New Year!

Happy New Year :)

 I'm back home.. well.. at work now..
 What do I have to prepare in order to test your plugin?

I think it's not working, because i implemented just 1 of the 3 calls. And it 
seems the other 2 are more often used :)
I will do the other too this week. But if you want you can try the current 
version.

http://downloads.vdm-design.de/obexd_0.20-r0.4_armv4t.ipk

But i think sth more is needed. We need an bluetooth agent that knows about 
obexd. Perhaps simple-agent does.

then obexd needs to be started with -p option, the /etc/dbus-1/services config 
file doesn't do that in my current version, so you have to add that option 
there.

 Cheers,
 

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Re: Bluetooth PBAP support for FSO

2009-12-26 Thread Thomas Zimmermann
Am Freitag 25 Dezember 2009 17:53:43 schrieb Thomas Franck:
 I am very interested in this, too.. I've wanted to get my FR to connect to
  my bmw car system ever since I got it.. and it always played up, didn't
  want to talk to the car at all.. FR was happy with the BT connect but my
  radio was still asking for data (IIRC, the error codes that the FR BT
  stack gave was that it got a PBAP request which it just simply dropped due
  to lack of support).. So a connection never ever got properly
  established.. :(
 
 I'll be back home and able to test things on the 3rd of January..
 
 Cheers,

That's great. The first test resulted in a crash of the PBAP plugin, so i've to 
look at this.
Will tell you if i have an new version, but i will wait till the new year 
before i do some more on this.

Greets
Thomas

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Re: Bluetooth PBAP support for FSO

2009-12-25 Thread Thomas Franck
Hi.. (and merry christmas)

  On Thu, Dec 24, 2009 at 3:31 AM, Thomas Zimmermann m...@vdm-design.de
 wrote:
   So is someone out there who owns a handsfree, car or sth else that
   supports showing contacts and/or missed calls over bluetooth?
[...]
 I think so too, PBAP is a special protocol developed form the automotion 
 industrie, primarly for buildin handsfree (as far as i understood).
 
 So i think the same as you, but i found someone that has such an device.
 So he 
 can try it for me :)

I am very interested in this, too.. I've wanted to get my FR to connect to my 
bmw car system ever since I got it.. and it always played up, didn't want to 
talk to the car at all.. FR was happy with the BT connect but my radio was 
still asking for data (IIRC, the error codes that the FR BT stack gave was that 
it got a PBAP request which it just simply dropped due to lack of support).. So 
a connection never ever got properly established.. :(

I'll be back home and able to test things on the 3rd of January..

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Re: Bluetooth PBAP support for FSO

2009-12-24 Thread Thomas Zimmermann
Am Donnerstag 24 Dezember 2009 00:23:50 schrieb Denis Johnson:
 On Thu, Dec 24, 2009 at 3:31 AM, Thomas Zimmermann m...@vdm-design.de wrote:
  So is someone out there who owns a handsfree, car or sth else that
  supports showing contacts and/or missed calls over bluetooth?
 
 I have a Ipaq 4150 running Windows CE and CoPilot Navigator which uses
 bluetooth gps and software supports various live communications for
 things like traffic, live location feed and receiving trips from base
 info but I think that's all using GPRS so probably not much help to
 you
 

I think so too, PBAP is a special protocol developed form the automotion 
industrie, primarly for buildin handsfree (as far as i understood).

So i think the same as you, but i found someone that has such an device. So he 
can try it for me :)

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Re: Bluetooth PBAP support for FSO

2009-12-23 Thread Sander van Grieken
 So is someone out there who owns a handsfree, car or sth else that supports
 showing contacts and/or missed calls over bluetooth?

Anyone with a TomTom.

grtz,
Sander

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Re: Bluetooth PBAP support for FSO

2009-12-23 Thread Denis Johnson
On Thu, Dec 24, 2009 at 3:31 AM, Thomas Zimmermann m...@vdm-design.de wrote:
 So is someone out there who owns a handsfree, car or sth else that supports
 showing contacts and/or missed calls over bluetooth?

I have a Ipaq 4150 running Windows CE and CoPilot Navigator which uses
bluetooth gps and software supports various live communications for
things like traffic, live location feed and receiving trips from base
info but I think that's all using GPRS so probably not much help to
you

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