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BlueamaroK

   0.53  

Amarok Script

Score 82%
BlueamaroK
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  4832
Submitted:  Jan 3 2006
Updated:  Dec 10 2006

Description:

BlueamaroK controls basic functions of the amaroK player with a SonyEriccson mobile telephone through a bluetooth connection.

Dependencies:
Bluez - http://www.bluez.org/
Tcl - http://tcl.sourceforge.net/

Using:
Pair your PC and phone, run rfcomm to bind the connection to a serial device, for example /dev/rfcomm0, run BlueamaroK and go to the accessories menu (Connectivity > Accessories).

Binding example:
# hcitool scan
Scanning ...
00:0E:07:3E:58:0D Khertz
# rfcomm bind rfcomm0 00:0E:07:3E:58:0D 1

Permanent binding:
Edit /etc/bluetooth/rfcomm.conf adding:
rfcomm0 {
bind yes;
device 00:0E:07:3E:58:0D;
channel 1;
comment "Khertz T610";
}

I recommend to use the KDE Bluetooth Framework (http://kde-bluetooth.sourceforge.net/). In the KDE Bluetooth Framework homepage you'll find good documentation for configuring bluetooth.

Models supported:
- T68
- T86i
- T300
- T310
- T610
- Z600
- T230/T238/T226
- T630
- T290

Author:
Pablo Chinea
N.Cat




Changelog:

* Version 0.1 (03/01/2006)
- Initial Release.

* Version 0.5 (12/01/2006)
- Feature: Playlist listed in phone display.
- Feature: Select track to play from the phone.
- Feature: Added bitrate and sample rate in Track Info.
- Bugfix: Phone return an error when back button is pressed. FIXED
- Some texts changed
- Added more using information in the README

* Version 0.51 (13/01/2006)
- Bugfix: Script fail writing debug output. FIXED

* Version 0.52 (05/10/2006) by N.Cat
- Feature: Reconnect automatically.
- Feature: Improved menu, now just one Play/Pause entry.
- Feature: Show message and set status info on song change.
- Feature: Mark active song in playlist.
- Bugfix: Parsing fails when KDE applications output on stderr. FIXED
- Bugfix: Configuration can be corrupted. FIXED
- Bugfix: Infinite read loop if connection is lost. FIXED
- Bugfix: Menu is no longer displayed after certain errors. FIXED
- Bugfix: Error on long playlist items. FIXED
- Bugfix: Playlist item displayed strangely. FIXED

* Version 0.53 (10/12/2006)
- Bugfix: Incorrect title showed on song change. FIXED




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 weeeeee

 
 by hernan82arg on: Jan 3 2006
 
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very nice!


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 BlueamaroK

 
 by rossoft on: Jan 4 2006
 
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does this work on motorola V3 phone? If not, why not? Does this use standard bluetooth commands for building the menu?


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 Re: BlueamaroK

 
 by khertz on: Jan 4 2006
 
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No, I think don't work (but I didn't tested it). I used expecific AT commands for Ericsson accessories, like for example: AT*EASM (Ericsson Accessory Sub Menu). I have a SonyEricsson T610 phone, and I did the script for this model. I have been searching documentation about AT commands for other models, but I have not been able to find it.


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 Works great

 
 by steiny on: Jan 4 2006
 
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This one works great.
I've used Bluemote with some amarok customizations, but this one works right out of the box.
big THX


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 Problems

 
 by Saturday on: Jan 8 2006
 
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This script seems to be great, but how does it work? My devices are paired and binded, and when I execute the script within amaroK, my computer connects successfully to my cellphone (T610 / K750i), but that's it. Do I need extra software for my cellphone?


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 Re: Problems

 
 by khertz on: Jan 9 2006
 
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No, you don't need anymore. Just go to Connectivity > Accessories.


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 Re: Re: Problems

 
 by Saturday on: Jan 9 2006
 
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Thanks for your reply. The problem is: This menu entry, accesories, or "Zubehör" in my german phones, stays greyed out.


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 Re: Problems

 
 by khertz on: Jan 9 2006
 
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It seems your computer don't connects successfully to your cellphone. A message saying "Connected to BlueamaroK" would have to appear when the script connects to the cellphone and the word "BlueamaroK" displayed over the wallpaper while the script is running. can you see those messages?


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 Re: Re: Problems

 
 by Saturday on: Jan 10 2006
 
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No, there isn't such a message. But my phone is connected, I can see that in the kbluetoothd-icon in the tray and in my phone, the bluetooth-sign there shows connectivity.

Do you have any documentation on that, where I can read about that stuff, or maybe test things? It's pretty obvious that I'm doing sth. wrong...


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 Re: Problems

 
 by khertz on: Jan 10 2006
 
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I'm really disconcerted, if the script connects successfully to the cellphone it would have to work. Which model is your cellphone? I'll send you a test script to your email.


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 blueamarok && k700i

 
 by rens on: Jan 25 2006
 
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I have some trouble to get it running. I tried the following steps:
1. I established a connection between my k700i and kde. so far, so good.
2. I installed the blueamarok-script using amarok. When I tried to execute the script, I got an error as follows:
¡Error! Can't open /dev/rfcomm0 device

Where did I go wrong?!? Can somebody give my an detailed howto or an example to get it running.

thx

rens


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 Re: blueamarok && k700i

 
 by Saturday on: Jan 25 2006
 
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According to khertz, this script works fine with T68, T86i, T300, T310, T610, Z600, T230/T238/T226, T630 and T290, but not with K700 (yet), because it uses different AT commands.

I got my T610 working now, but can't use the K750i with the script for now. So for the newer phones, we'll have to be patient. ;)


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 Re: Re: blueamarok &

 
 by rens on: Jan 25 2006
 
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It's good to know, that I'm innocent;-)
So I'm still waiting for this feature...

bye

rens


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 Re: Re: blueamarok && k700i

 
 by progdan on: Jul 27 2008
 
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Works fine with K700i here!


Really, I'm not out to destroy Microsoft. That will just be a completely unintentional side effect.
Linus Torvalds

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 Re: blueamarok && k7

 
 by khertz on: Jan 25 2006
 
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Try to bind it in another channel, (changing the last number in the command line) for example:

# rfcomm bind rfcomm0 00:0E:07:3E:58:0D 2

or

# rfcomm bind rfcomm0 00:0E:07:3E:58:0D 4

try with few channels.

This script was made for T610 model, K700i use a different AT commands set, but I don't know whether this difference make it unusable the script or not.


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 Re: blueamarok && k700i

 
 by mabs on: Feb 6 2006
 
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I got the same, it's a permission problem.
chmod your /dev/rfcomm0 and it should work.
I just did:
chmod o+rw /dev/rfcomm0
Since I'm the only user and /dev/rfcomm0 is owned by user: root and group: root.

It works for my k700i, great another reason to keep my big butt on the sofa ;)


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 Re: blueamarok &

 
 by khertz on: Feb 7 2006
 
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I assumed that the user has the bluez configured (bad idea). The solution given for mabs is perfect for single-user systems, I recommend it too. But there is a securer solution for multi-users systems. In my system (Debian Sid) this device (/dev/rfcomm0) is owned by user: root and group: dialout.

crw-rw---- 1 root dialout 216, 0 2006-02-07 09:29 /dev/rfcomm0

so I only had to add the user in the dialout group:

adduser khertz dialout.

If your system don't have this configuration by default you will have to type also:

chown root.dialout /dev/rfcomm0
chmod 660 /dev/rfcomm0


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 I've a small wish

 
 by mabs on: Feb 7 2006
 
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I've a small feature wish...

After a while my phone disconnects and the only way for the connection to be reestablished, is to manually restart the script.

So it'd be cool, if the script could do that it self, maybe just disconnect and reconnect once in a while, every 10-15 mins. or so.

PS.: Thanks, it's a nice script.


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 Re: I've a small wis

 
 by khertz on: Feb 7 2006
 
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I'll be very busy until next month, but I added this feature(bugfix) in the TODO list :-), it will be present in the next version.


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