If you are into PyS60 development, this is a must… Instructions:-
- Make sure that your bluetooth device is plugged in.
- Reset all bluetooth devices:-
- Optionally, you can also check if the device exists:-
- Register a serial port:-
$sdptool add –channel=2 SP
- Now, listening to the channel:-
$rfcomm listen rfcomm2 2
Now, switch on the bluetooth on the device and open the PyS60 Interpreter on the mobile and do Options->Bluetooth Console.. You will get the output like-
shadyabhi@shadyabhi-desktop:~$ rfcomm listen rfcomm2 2 Waiting for connection on channel 2 Connection from 00:21:FC:FA:B8:3A to /dev/rfcomm2 Press CTRL-C for hangup
That means you are not connected. As told in the official documentation, when i did-
$ cu -l /dev/rfcomm2 cu: /dev/rfcomm2: Line in use
I was getting the following error.. So, by a bit of googling i succeded by using another program screen by typing:-
Now, you will be connected & a new blank screen will come up.
Suppose, you want to make a call to your buddy whose phone number is 9510216275.. Simply type in your terminal…
import telephone >>> telephone.dial(u'9510216275') >>>
This way, you can dial your buddy phone number in mobile by typing from your computer terminal….