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KDE Networking Tool

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  10179
Submitted:  Jul 7 2008
Updated:  Jan 18 2009


Kdebluetooth4 is the bluetooth framework for KDE4. It adds a lot of bluetooth abilities to the KDE4 desktop.

Current features:

* Trayicon to manage all functions
* Passkey and Authorization Agent to handle requests from remote devices
* Bluetooth Adapter configuration
* Bluetooth Device-Manager
* Bluetooth Device Wizard, to add new Devices (ATM, only input devices)
* KBlueLock, to lock your screen, when your mobile phone is out of scope and to unlock when it's back again (currently disabled, due to bluez4 DeviceDisappeared Signal issues)
* Send Files to remote devices (obex-data-server)
* Receive Files from remote devices (obex-data-server)


- the latest bluez4 and obex-data-server packages are needed
- the latest kdebase4-workspace package is needed (solid-bluetooth with bluez4 support)


- add/remove your BT adapter, while kbluetooth4 is running might crash in some situations


- kio obex module (browse remote filesystem)
- support to pair audio devices (for Device Manager and Wizard)
- KBlueLock support for hidden devices
- switch solid to new bluez-4.x api
- ...


Version 0.1:

-initial version of kdebluetooth4

Version 0.2:

-receive files (big thanks to arjantop)
-kbluelock unlock screen feature
-kbluelock log away times
-query SDP database of remote device for input capabilities

Version 0.3:

- major Bluez4 port
- a lot of Bluez4/solid-bluetooth API changes compatibility fixes
- online/offline Mode improvements
- KBlueLock disabled (Bluez DeviceDisappeared Signal is not working)

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 transfer problem

 by linuxix on: Jun 19 2009
Score 50%

i can't second file, after an file transfer. i found this line at syslog:
Jun 19 14:16:31 cemocan-pardus obex-data-server: sdp_extract_seqtype: Unexpected end of packet

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 Re: transfer problem

 by lemmy04 on: Sep 2 2009
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same here, have to restart kbluetooth4 after each sent file.

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 Work-around for obex browsing

 by Thailandian on: Oct 27 2009
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While we wait for the obex kio, I just found a very easy work-around. The details are at: http://dag.wieers.com/blog/obex-for-dummies

but, essentially, you just need to install obexfs, then mount your bluetooth device with ...

obexfs -b <bluetooth address> <directory>

After doing this, you can browse and manage your device's files with Dolphin, Konqueror, mc, or any other tool you prefer.

According to Mr. Wieers' blog, it's also possible to use obexautofs to automatically scan for the device, but I haven't tried that yet.

I hope this helps others out there - if so, please spread the word.

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 Multiple files

 by Roonaldo7 on: Oct 29 2009
Score 50%

Problems receiving multiple files:

1. Can't receive multiple files at one go, have to accept individually.

2. First transfer goes well, second onwards will complete but their notification status will remain and when u close them, the app crashes.

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 Re: Multiple files

 by rodgerSan on: Nov 4 2009
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I would recommend you ask on the kbluetooth page as kdebluetooth4 has been taken over. You may take a look here as well: http://techbase.kde.org/Kbluetooth

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 by soravis on: Nov 27 2009
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Thanks Thailandian for your advice on obexfs! Works like charm. :)

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 kbluelock and battery power

 by Murz on: Dec 16 2009
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Does kbluelock function eats some power from mobile phone battery when computer checks phone availability via bluetooth?

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 Re: kbluelock and battery power

 by cyberwizzard on: Feb 17 2010
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The current implementation requires you to 'pair' your phone. As such, the phone and computer will always be connected.

Even with power savings and such, you can imagine this will drain your battery pretty fast.

I can't even pair my phone to my computer so instead I wrote a script which detects the phone without actually establishing a connection.

This means you do not need to pair your phone and the battery won't drain nearly as fast. Note that any bluetooth traffic will cost a bit of power but not nearly as much as the pared setup.

So.... when will Bluelock support this mode? :)

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 support to pair audio devices

 by morfeusz on: Mar 26 2010
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When there will be support to pair audio devices??
It's a little frustrating that on kde4 I must use bluez-gnome to do it.

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