Setup anyRemote to work in Server mode
- Be sure what bluetooth subsystem is working.
- Page and inquiry scan must be enabled on bluetooth interface. This can be done by command:
hciconfig hci0 piscan
- It is suggested to pair Your bluetooth phone with PC before.
- If You plan to connect to the phone over bluetooth, verify from phone specifications is Your phone JSR-82-capabled or not.
You need to install anyRemote client on Your phone.
If You have Android phone, it needs to upload *.apk file to it.
If You have J2ME phone, it is possible to use
- GUI frontend or KDEbluetooth or gnome-obex-send (be sure that anyremote-J2ME-client package is already installed) or
- through WAP from download area.
Cell phones known to work:
- BenqSiemens EL71, S68
- Motorola phones (details)
- Nokia Series40 and Series60 phones (details)
- Samsung SGH-D900,SGH-E590,SGH-L870,SGH-G600,SGH-U600
- Siemens S65
- SonyEricsson phones (details)
- some of WinMobile devices with installed Esmertec Jeodek midlet manager
Cell phones known not to work:
- Nokia 6310i
- Philips Xenium 9@9W (at least in Server mode)
- Samsung S300
- Samsung SGH-E780
- Samsung SGH-X820, SGH-E840
Some phone-specific details described here.
- Run anyRemote with
-s bluetooth:XXcommand line option, where XX is a channel number. Default channel is 19. You could choose other bluetooth channel instead of 19. (Alternatively it is possible to add command
(Init)= ...command sequence.)
- So, run
anyremote -f .../some_cfg_file.cfg -s bluetooth:XX
- Run the client in the phone.
- Start search in the client. Then connect to anyRemote server when it found.
- See examples in cfg-data/Server-mode and cfg-data/Bemused-emulation directories to understand how to write custom-made configuration files.
anyRemote can accept incoming connection from network, so if You start it with
-s socket:5197 command line option it will be
possible to connect to anyRemote from phone through GPRS or Wi-Fi connection.
anyremote -f .../some_cfg_file.cfg -s socket:5197
You can choose another port then 5197.
If You plan to connect to anyRemote through network, then it needs to manually specify address to connect in
the client. It should be in form
socket://_your_ip_address_:_port_. Be sure You have run anyRemote with
-s socket:_port_ in this case.
anyRemote can work through IR connection if java realization in cell phone support access to IR port. In this case start
-s local:/dev/ircommX command line option, where
/dev/ircommX is device corresponding to
IR adapter of PC.
anyremote -f .../some_cfg_file.cfg -s local:/dev/ircomm0
If java realization in cell phone supports access to IR port, then after search process there will be found
peer with name like