Based on my successful setup of ObexFS + FUSE to access my K610i through the USB cable, which allows me to retrieve and modify the contents of my phone's memory under Gnome, I have attempted to do the same for the T610 Sony Ericsson phone of my girlfriend.
It works very well too, but this time, as I have no USB cable for that phone, I used a bluetooth connection.
The setup is similar :
- creating a directory inside /media, for instance
chgrp fuse /media/T610
chmod g+w /media/T610
- Modify the contents of
/etc/fstabto have the correct entry for mounting it
The /etc/fstab entry is of the form :
obexfs#-bxx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx\040-Byy /media/T610 fuse defaults,user 0 0
the xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx address is the bluetooth MAC address of the phone, which you can retrieve with
hcitool scan (as root ?)
The yy channel number is found by looking for the channel used for ObexFTP transfers in the output of
sdptool browse (as root ?)
Note the specific syntax using
\040 for the space required in the /etc/fstab line.
More details here, maybe.
Update 2007/04/10 :
gnome-vfs-obexftp has just entered testing (now that etch is released, I won't stay stable, and continues on testing ;), which allows use of
obex:/// like URIs to access the phone's files via ObexFTP over bluetooth/rfcomm. Great, no need to touch fstab.