Bluetooth to Cellphone GPRS
From: AndreBSD (andrebsd_at_gmail.com)
Date: 23 Oct 2005 22:08:14 -0700
Hello, (again) [mouse works now when coming of standby :)]
Anyway, I'm trying to use my SE T610 cellphone as a bluetooth modem but
I'm having issues understanding how to pair and make it dial *99#
I've read the page(s) in the handbook for FreeBSD and have done the
Then pluged in the usb dongle; The terminal gave information that it
'/etc/rc.bluetooth start ubt0'
Terminal gave some packet information.
After that, it does find the cellphone. It gives me "00:0a:d9:7f:d9:f2"
for the phones MAC Address. From what I understand, I should now
(somehow) be able to pair the device and then dial trough /dev/cuad0
but I don't get how thats done. The most I've gotten is the phone
asking for a passkey, but I never set one in FreeBSD and the phone
doesn't take the "obvious" 1234 or 0000 passkeys.
Thanks for your time.