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BlueamaroK

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Amarok Script

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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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 wow!

 
 by ljubomir on: Feb 25 2006
 
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This is very good script! Congratulations to the author. It works like a charm on my K608i under Ubuntu Dapper.


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 "Accessoires" greyed

 
 by supermihi on: Apr 2 2006
 
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Hi,
I downloaded the plugin and did everything as mentioned. I create the rfcomm device and set the right permissions, then start the script, which works without errors - but with my phone (a K750i), the "accessoires" menu option stays greyed out. Do you have any ideas what the problem could be?


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 Re: "Accessoires" gr

 
 by khertz on: Apr 2 2006
 
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The K750i isn't compatible with this script, sorry :-(


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 Re: Re: "Accessoires" gr

 
 by supermihi on: Apr 2 2006
 
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too bad :(
Is a support planned, or should I go get another phone? ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: "Accesso

 
 by khertz on: Apr 2 2006
 
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No, I haven't this phone model to make a conversion of the script, very very sorry.
I made the script for my T610 and the K750i use a different AT instructions set. If someday I have this model I'll make the conversion.


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 Characters on phone

 
 by a1th0 on: Apr 12 2006
 
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This script is great, and all the functions work as they should, but some of the characters displayed on my k700i appear to be wrong. On the main menu, for example, there's a square after 'Play', 'Previous', 'Backward' and 'Track Info'. Also when 'Track Info' is displayed, newline characters are displayed as an [O with an umlaut]OA. As I said it's more an aesthetic than a functional thing though.


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 Re: Characters on ph

 
 by khertz on: Apr 15 2006
 
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Hello, this script was programmed for the T610 but the K700 uses a slightly different AT command set (It works but with some issues). A friend of mine have this model, I'll try to looking for the correct escape code for the line feed.


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 k750i support

 
 by karlheinz on: Apr 19 2006
 
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Would it be possible that k750i ownwers can provide you with the info you need to add support for it? (without disassembling the phone ;))

Bye, Val.


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 Re: k750i support

 
 by khertz on: Apr 19 2006
 
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I think it would be imposible. I had to do hunders of test while I was programming the script because I didn't know how the phone will response to the AT commands. I have been reading the K750i AT commands set documentation and it's totally different. The script must be fully recoded again.


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 Error 225

 
 by iamseawolf on: Apr 26 2006
 
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Hello -
I dloaded your script, just what I want!
However, I get an error no.225 when starting the script in amaroK.
rfcomm and such report no errors in the terminal, the phone binds on startup ok. The script installed correctly.
I’m using a SE K700i and amaroK 1.4-1 beta3 or something like that.

Any idea what the error is?

Many thanks :)


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 w800i

 
 by nebbus on: May 6 2006
 
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Does this work with SE w800i?

I keep getting an error when I try to run the script. The error is:

"¡Error! Can't open device"

I would really like to see this script working!


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 Re: w800i

 
 by Janek on: Jun 10 2006
 
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I have the same problem with my d750i ;-(


Please visit http://www.php4you.de/
Its my german homepage.

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