I have the same problem and the same device than jorek! The last Updates fixed this. None, the status of the bug is updated manually. Alex Samorukov samm-os2 wrote on Can I provide any additional information such as lspci etc?

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Nope, it doesn’t work, the window closes itself crashes? Any update on this issue?

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You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. I had this error too, fixed following the steps: I solved adding this repo: The last Updates fixed this. Zanco marco-cimato wrote on Mario, I just wanted to make sure all necessary packages are there, I’m certainly wrong, but I would feel better if I’m sure the bluez packages are the one I expect: If your phone supports 0x, then version 1. Mario Limonciello superm1 wrote on I had to try several times before I linnkre could make them a pair.

After the new bluetooth updates nautilus-sendto first removed the “Bluetooth OBEX push ” item and after the last updates it has the item again and lists my bluetooth devices but if I klick on “Send” it just displays the message ” Obex Push file transfer unsupported”, this message dissappears after a few seconds. This bug has been cloned on that project and is available here: All devices are shown in the drop-down list, regardless of whether they can receive OBEX transfers.


Can people who are running into it try running version 1. Chavez timrchavez on Bug Watch Updater bug-watch-updater on I hope this helps.

But differently from the bug reported in gnome’s bugzilla I can send file enerby bluetooth icon in the notification area. XX and just replace: Another issue is that nautilus-sendto will scan for and list Bluetooth devices you’re not paired with, but the check in its current form can only work on paired devices.

Luca Carrogu motoplux wrote on I have Bus Device Hello, My not working since Intrepid dongle is, according to lsusb: Eneryg information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug. None, the eergy of the bug is updated manually. Can I provide any additional information such as lspci etc? How could be possible? After re-pairing the device for one user I still couldn’t send files but surprisingly I could browse the phone and exchange files from there!


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It worked fine on Ubuntu 8. Duplicates of this bug Bug All updates, still this same issue.

Connectio nAttemptFailed”which I the same thing that happens if I do that from the Bluetooth applets “send files to device” option. Or maybe it’s just that the Bluetooth manager sets it’s own sisttem assuming that all other settings which override the bluetooth ones be done by someone else?

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See full activity log. I’ve submitted a few patches upstream that got accepted to 1. Dmitry Korzhevin korg wrote on