Which Bluetooth phone for back|track?
Hi...I'm ready to start messing around with bluetooth. I'm in need of a new cellphone since my last one broke. Which phone would be best to purchase so I can practice playing around with Bluetooth in BT. Thanks.
the nokia n95
hi, I would suggest you get the nokia n95, it is something great. it can be great slave to linux.
I have fun bashing away at my palm trio with winblows 5.0 mobile
Originally Posted by Back|Track_user
Thanks Guys! Any others to look into? I'm headed to T-Mobile today to pick up a phone. Not really sure which brands they carry. The more to choose from ...the better.
hey , i've been wondering about the bluetooth possibilities with BT2 myself for a while but haven't had time to play with things like that until now because of final exams in school etc..
what can i do with my nokia n73 for instance ?
So I ended up with a Nokia 6133. Hey it's all I could afford at the time being....lol. Anyhow, after looking at the video hosted at Irongeek. I tried to match the phone in the video as much as possible. I notice the phones you guys mentioned above is using the Symbian OS ...googled it and saw that Nokia phones use it a lot. The phone in the Irongeek video is listed as having the "Nokia OS" googled that too. The Nokia 6133 I have runs Nokia OS...I guess that is not an official product , just proprietary software made by Nokia. So I figure It's a close match for the phone in the video. However I have no luck. I get the rfcomm error everyone else seems to get. Only thing that really stands out is that he's using Auditor in the video and most likely an earlier version of Bluesnarfer. I have to digg out my Auditor disc and give it a shot. Now I've looked all over the "internets" and everyone seems to be getting the same rfcomm error. I've tried the usual remedy for the error...no luck. If ANYONE has this working please help a brotha out or point me into the right direction. Then again...the phone may not be vulnerable. Thanks and sorry for the long post...I'm bored.
Oh yeah...does it necessarily have to be that Linksys dongle? I used the built in bluetooth on the lappy.