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Amarok remote control [VIA BT on SonyEri

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KDE Telephony

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Amarok remote control [VIA BT on SonyEri
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Amarok remote control [VIA BT on SonyEri
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  1082
Submitted:  Jun 9 2007
Updated:  Jun 9 2007

Description:

This is a Bluetooth HID remote control profile for sonyericsson mobiles, that supports it. I know that the K and W series supports this, and also possilbe other series.

You can try out that easily:
- Upload the file to your root directory of your phone
- If it says the new incoming item saved to "other" folder, or it isn't receives it, it isn't supports that:)

SETUP:
First, you need to setup your amarok shortcuts.
Find your amarokrc file (for me it's in ~/.kde/share/config/amarokrc) and replace the [Shortcuts] section with this:

Quote:
[Shortcuts]
mute=Win+Minus
next=Win+W
play_pause=Win+C;Alt+Ctrl+P
playlist_add=none
prev=Win+S;XF86AudioPrev
seekbackward=Win+A
seekforward=Win+D
voldn=Win+Down
volup=Win+Up


(If you haven't got already, upload the amacontrol.hid to your phone)

Then, find your mobile:
hcitool scan
Scanning ...
00:11:22:33:44:55 YourMobile'sName

And try to connect to it:
sudo hidd --connect 00:11:22:33:44:55

If all good, your phone asks you for starting up the remote controller, press ok and select amacontrol!

Thats all.

Enyoj! :)

P.s.: The icons isn't my creations. It's the pieces of the kde and the amarok default iconsets.





Changelog:

-- 1.0 --
The first revision, tested on my K510i.




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 Brilliant

 
 by flicksdad101 on: Jun 10 2007
 
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Works flawlessly on my w810i.

Thank you for that, it's just what I've been looking for. :)


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 Seems to be similar:

 
 by tnt on: Jun 10 2007
 
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http://kde-apps.de/content/show.php/K750i+%2B+W800+%2B+D750+Amarok+Control+Profile?content=45012


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 not working

 
 by mkili on: Jun 11 2007
 
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Not working for me :(

My k610i tries to connect but fails. Do I need to enable a service on linux?


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 working

 
 by mkili on: Jun 11 2007
 
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I had to add line:
HIDD_ENABLED=1
to
/etc/default/bluez-utils

then restart bluetooth and connect again. Unfortunately this .hid does not generates the right keystrokes on my k610i


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 Re: working

 
 by mobiusNZ on: Jun 11 2007
 
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An easy way to get the keys to be right is to connect up the remote, then go into amarok's global shortcuts, and edit each control, using your remote - then it doesn't matter what actual key it is actually.

Alternatively the .hid file is just an xml file that you can edit yourself with a little help from an hid reference sheet (google).


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 Re: Re: working

 
 by MetaMorfoziS on: Jun 17 2007
 
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Yes! Do as he said.
Or, this can helps you to make something like this: http://the.taoofmac.com/space/SonyEricsson/HID%20Profiles

You need to know, the .hid is just a simple tar file, that contains an xml and an image file. Not too hard.


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