[Bug 284994] Re: bluetooth-wizard unable to pair to fixed pin devices
thomas at mich.com
Thu Nov 13 15:39:32 GMT 2008
I assume you meant "With the kernel in Intrepid", not (hardy) Heron.
This might be a separate bug (from the fixed pin problem). If so it
might be better to start a new bug report (and post the number here),
but for now...
Could you try from a intrepid live CD (I'm worried that the
mix-and-match might be a cause)? And I assume your phone allows for
any number to be used as the PIN (i.e. if linux picks 2468, you can
type 2468 on the phone), or initiate pairing from the phone?
On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 11:52 PM, Ravi <ra.ravi.rav at gmail.com> wrote:
> i have a nokia 7610 phone. With the kernel in Heron if I tried to pair
> it up it simply gives error as connection error at both sides. Means if
> phone initiates pairing it gets connection error and if pc initiates
> pairing it gets the connection error too. The file transfer which Nokia
> 7610 supports without pairing failed too.
> Now when I used the older kernel supplied with Hardy I could do the
> pairing and transfer the files too.
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