Edit: After learning a bit of
sed magic, this is now a single
This Works For Me™, and I hope it works with other phones and on other
distributions as well, but no guarantees.
chmod u+x synchronize-bluetooth.sh
sudo apt-get install gnokii
(replace the phone name):
echo -e "[global]\nmodel = 6510\nport = $(hcitool scan | grep 'phone name' | cut --fields=2)\nconnection = bluetooth" > ~/.gnokiirc
- Turn Bluetooth on on the computer and the phone.
Pair the computer and phone. On Ubuntu, simply click the Bluetooth icon and
follow the "Set up new device..." wizard.
If you want to copy your existing contacts to disk, you can run
./synchronize-bluetooth.sh -r > phone.vcf
To copy vCards to the phone,
overwriting the existing contacts, run
cat *.vcf | ./synchronize-bluetooth.sh -f
synchronize-bluetooth.sh works only with the
internal phone memory. Address book entries stored in the
SIM card, phone log or
elsewhere will not be read or written.
Some features of the script:
Works with plain
/bin/sh, so it should work on any Linux / BSD
- Has separate parameters to read, write and flush contacts.
If you have problems sending the vCards to your phone, you may want to