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Old 05-16-2009, 11:57 AM   #1
Paul Langdon
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Sync Evolution with Nokia N95 8GB on Jaunty


Hello,
Following advice from this thread: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=705103 I have attempted to get my Nokia N95 8GB and Evolution to talk but have not succeeded.I am on Ubuntu Jaunty.
I have had a go at this using the GUI and terminal routes. I am connecting through a USB cable and I think my problem lies with my syncml-obex-client. Properties below;
================================================== =============
xml version="1.0"?>
<config>
<!-- (Only for bluetooth) The bluetooth address if the bluetooth mode is selected -->
<bluetooth_address></bluetooth_address>

<!-- (Only for bluetooth) The bluetooth channel to use. `sdptool browse $MAC` to search for the correct channel -->
<bluetooth_channel></bluetooth_channel>

<!-- (Only for USB) The usb interface number of the SYNCML-SYNC target. use syncml-obex-client -u (you will need access to the USB raw device) to find it. -->
<interface>0</interface>

<!-- The string that the plugin will use to identify itself. Some devices need a special string here. -->
<identifier></identifier>

<!-- The syncml version to use: 0 for 1.0, 1 for 1.1 and 2 for 1.2 -->
<version>1</version>

<!-- if the plugin should use wbxml -->
<wbxml>1</wbxml>

<!-- The username to use. Leave empty to not require a username -->
<username></username>

<!-- the password for the username -->
<password></password>

<!-- sets the connection type to use. 5 means obex over usb, 2 means obex over bluetooth -->
<type>2</type>

<!-- If wbxml is enabled, defines wether the wbxml should use string tables -->
<usestringtable>0</usestringtable>

<!-- Never send ADD command, but send REPLACE (not needed normally) -->
<onlyreplace>0</onlyreplace>

<!-- Workaround around for mobile phones which only use local timestamps and _no_ UTC timestamps! -->
<onlyLocaltime>0</onlyLocaltime>

<!-- Sets the maximum allowed size in bytes of incoming messages (some device need this option set). Example: 10000 -->
<recvLimit>0</recvLimit>

<maxObjSize>0</maxObjSize>

<!-- The name of the contacts db. Must be the same as the phones sends -->
<contact_db>Contacts</contact_db>

<!-- The name of the calendar db. Must be the same as the phones sends -->
<calendar_db>Calendar</calendar_db>

<!-- The name of the note db. Must be the same as the phones sends -->
<note_db>Notes</note_db>
</config>
================================================== ===================
This is what results if I edit from GUI. I am happy to work in terminal.

When refreshing I get 'Error while initalising syncengine:Bluetooth selected but no bluetooth address given'.

I am using USB cable connection and have selected Data Transfer as mode of connection on the N95. Can anyone help me as to what to do next or start me off again heading in the right direction!

Kind Regards
Paul
 
  


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