It depends on what profiles (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bluetooth_profile) you have supported on your bluetooth
device, so the answer very much depends on what specific keitai you have.
Generally speaking you need "FTP" profile supported (this is not related
to TCP/IP's FTP), though others may work.
However, I never know any program that allows you to really "mount"
(like you would do via NFS/SMB etc)
keitai storage via bluetooth, though there are programs that allows you
to see the storage of Sony Ericsson keitai from a PC, such as
Pada Thu, 5 Oct 2006 01:12:42 +0900
si Nick May <nick_at_kyushu.com> bilang:
> I was in "stamp tiny foot/thqueem & thqueem until I is sick" mode
> recently, during which it occurred to me that one of the drop dead
> obvious no-brainer yet strangely not available on any keitai I know
> of functions is the ability to mount a keitai storage partition over
> Would someone with greater technical nouse than myself (which is most
> of you) care to explain why this is not possible? Is it a technical
> issue? Gross stupidity? Indifference? Bluetooth 2 has, after all,
> decent transfer speeds.....
> And while were asking silly questions - what is the energy overhead
> of a mini usb port - as available in the Trolltech Qtopia?
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Arnold P. Siboro (asiboro_at_maltech.jp)
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Received on Thu Oct 5 00:47:39 2006