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bluemote-k750 (for sonyericssons)

   0.1.4  

KDE Improvement

Score 74%
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  6175
Submitted:  Dec 21 2005
Updated:  Feb 8 2007

Description:

Bluetooth remote controller for running scripts on your linux with your SonyEricsson k750 and similar phones (listed below). You can use your mobile as a remote control. Events (incoming/outgoing call) can automatically fire scripts on your linux (like muting sound).

Read README-bluemote in tar.gz for detailed information about this program's original purpose.

Thanks for bluemote's original author for his great application!

This is a modified version for k750's new AT protocol. Tested only on my k750,
maybe good with similar mobiles like:

K750 series
W800 series
Z520 series
W600 series
W550 series
W900 series

Feel free to report me about your experience here or my email. (Remember, you need a working RFCOMM link to your mobile before you can use this program)

I've included an example script for TV-time. It's mostly initial version, so may not work
absolutely.

It will put a "PC Remote" menu element under Bluetooth section of your mobile. Enter and test it.

http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=22649
- here you will find my scripts for KDE apps.




Changelog:

Java version 0.2.0_alpha is released.
Contains untested support for t630 and k700 like mobiles. Testers needed!

Check out at http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=656073


2007-01-17 --

Java version 0.1.6 released
http://remotej.sf.net

Log cleanup (info level is much cleaner).

- Some bugs removed (global event triggering and event heaping).

- Some gnome-flavor addition/cleanup in menu.xml

- build.xml added for developers.

2006-12-29 --

Java version 0.1.5 released

New application coverage in scripts and config files:

mplayer, totem, rhythmbox, cursor keys. README document reviewed, modified. 64 bit compiled xsendkey tool added.

2006-12-18 --
Java version 0.1.4 released

- New kde-flavoured scripts added
- some enhancment in BarInput

2006-04-29 --
Java version 0.1.3 released
(new global events added(
Project page at:


https://sourceforge.net/projects/remotej
http://remotej.sf.net/
(Secondary source file updated here too)

2006-01-08 --
Java version 0.1.2 released
Project page at:


2006-01-02 --
Java version 0.1 released.

0.1.4
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2005-12-31

New functionality and Bugfix release:
Based on Bob Leysen's patch (Thanks! :) )
- correction of code (ui.h/ui.c was not compiling)
- Text input functionality added

If anyone cares, feel free to develop/take over this C version project of bluemote-k750. I will only maintain it based on patches, because I created a substitutional project in JAVA (will be published rather soon).

Happy new year!

0.1.3.2
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Correction release:
- mouse() function crashed with example config because of too long config
file, parse.h parameters increased to support cfg file

0.1.3.1
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Small upgrade version:
- initial action flow corrected to be able to show message on connection
- tested with Call events, works fine, fires script when incoming/outgoing call begins/ends
- added some more to example config ;)

0.1.3
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New funcionality release:
- volume function graph added (:volume())
- mouse function added (:mouse())
- keyboard function added (:keyboard())

- more commands allowed in config file (set in parse.h MAXMCMD)

0.1.2
=====
New funcionality release:
- some output/input configuration made available! (for read Yes/No from mobile, and sending messages to mobile.) Read README for details.

0.1.1
=====

If over 9 commands, giving new command always used 1st element in list. Bug fixed.




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 patch for v1.3.2

 
 by bleysen on: Dec 31 2005
 
Score 50%

Hello everyone,

I've created a patch for version 1.3.2 to remove the small bug at compile time (function definition in ui.h not the same as the one in ui.c for functionn get_yesno)
and a little extra, I've updated the get_text function to work again with K750.

When you use the < Text in your bluemote.cfg file, you don't have to put the maxlen parameter anymore. The new call will be something like this:
< Text title text default-text
The result will be available in $Text as usual.
You can download the patched version here:
http://www.leysen.be/bluemote/bluemote.patch.tar.gz


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 patch for v1.3.2

 
 by bleysen on: Dec 31 2005
 
Score 50%

Hello everyone,

I've created a patch for version 1.3.2 to remove the small bug at compile time (function definition in ui.h not the same as the one in ui.c for functionn get_yesno)
and a little extra, I've updated the get_text function to work again with K750.

When you use the < Text in your bluemote.cfg file, you don't have to put the maxlen parameter anymore. The new call will be something like this:
< Text title text default-text
The result will be available in $Text as usual.
You can download the patched version here:
http://www.leysen.be/bluemote/bluemote.patch.tar.gz


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 patch for v1.3.2

 
 by bleysen on: Dec 31 2005
 
Score 50%

Hello everyone,

I've created a patch for version 1.3.2 to remove the small bug at compile time (function definition in ui.h not the same as the one in ui.c for functionn get_yesno)
and a little extra, I've updated the get_text function to work again with K750.

When you use the < Text in your bluemote.cfg file, you don't have to put the maxlen parameter anymore. The new call will be something like this:
< Text title text default-text
The result will be available in $Text as usual.
You can download the patched version here:
http://www.leysen.be/bluemote/bluemote.patch.tar.gz


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 Re: patch for v1.3.2

 
 by krionius on: Dec 31 2005
 
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Thanks for the patch! Now it is fully incorporated in version 1.4!

Cheers, have a happy new year!


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 Re: Re: patch

 
 by bleysen on: Dec 31 2005
 
Score 50%

Sorry for the tripple post. I thought it didn't get accepted and tried again ...
It was my first post anyway. Won't happen again :-)

I'm looking forward to your java version and I'll definitely try it.
I'll keep using the C version for the moment and when I can get something to work I'll post another patch.

happy new year to everyone!


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 USB Cable

 
 by qupada on: Jan 15 2006
 
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Has anyone tried this with the usb cable that comes with the K750i and the kernel driver CONFIG_USB_ACM (Device Drivers -> USB support -> USB Modem (CDC ACM) support) ?

The resultant /dev/ttyACM0 device when the phone is plugged in seems to work like /dev/rfcomm0 as far as minicom is concerned (my bluetooth is a little broken at present so i can't guarantee this).


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 Re: USB Cable

 
 by krionius on: Jan 16 2006
 
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thanx for the info! I will try this, when I get home. I hope my kernel version will support it well, and that serial connection might work. If so, on ewont even need a bluetooth dongle to make it work! :)


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 Re: USB Cable

 
 by krionius on: Jan 21 2006
 
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Yes, it is working perfectly! :) Thanks for the info. /dev/ttyACM0 is a perfectly usable serial device. bluemote-k750 works with it.


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 T630

 
 by tux86 on: Jan 24 2006
 
Score 50%

ouh damn...I only have the T630 :|


http://www.open-sources.de/
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 Re: T630

 
 by krionius on: Jan 24 2006
 
Score 50%

Otherwise you can checkout original bluemote project at http://www.geocities.com/saravkrish/progs/bluemote/index.html which is intended for your mobile!

Or checkout my java project, http://remotej.sf.net. If you are interested contact me, and I will try to provide you with a new java extension. In theory it's not a big thing to use it with, but I have no opportunity to test it (i have only k750i).


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 Re: Re: T630

 
 by koolkid on: Nov 29 2006
 
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hello i've got a k750i bt which floder do you put the bluemote and games?


confused
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