"Recently, I upgraded my cell phone to a Motorola RAZR v3 from
T-Mobile, a Bluetooth-enabled device. I wanted to copy files to
this device using my Laptop running Debian testing (Etch) using
command line tools. I found what I needed in a package of Bluetooth
tools and daemons called BlueZ.
"After I installed bluez-utils with apt-get, I found a utility
installed with the package named sdptool that speaks the Bluetooth
Service Discovery Protocol. SDP provides for the discovery of
services available on Bluetooth devices. Some common services
available on cell phones are Dial-Up Networking for PPP
connections, LAN for network connections, and OPUSH (Object PUSH)
for sending files to a phone. The OPUSH service seemed to best fit
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