Ubuntu :: Download Music Onto Samsung Nexsus S Mobile Phone Through Laptop Using 11.04
Jun 18, 2011
I have just purchased a Samsung Nexsus S mobile phone. I am trying to download music onto it through my laptop using Ubuntu 11.04. I cannot seem to get anywhere. I have tried the Nexsus S forums but they tell me to ask here as they are not converse with the Ubuntu software.
Windows and Samsung PC studio Software I used to surf internet in my Laptop(Windows Xp) using Samsung PC studio software with the help of my Mobile Phone.When i am in Linux without Samsung PC studio Software.I am using Ubuntu 9.1 and trying to connect internet through Samsung Mobile Phone C6112.When i connect this mobile Phone to the Ubuntu through Cable wire, The Ubuntu recognized its a Samsung Usb Modem.I tried using Mobile BroadBand Connection Settings in Ubuntu.its not helping.Solutions which are useless
1.People says that Wine cannot be used to execute the Windows Version Samsung PC studio Software Because the Wine Cannot recognize the USB activities.
How might I go about syncing my Windows Phone 7 phone with Ubuntu? All I really need is just the Music and Contacts would by no means hurt. This is my only MP3 Player at the moment and I had just had to switch to Ubuntu due to a long series of very frustrating issues with Windows 7 x64 and Windows XP x64
Most cellphones can play music. How does one sync Ubuntu One w. the music player in the cellphone. Alternatively how to download music from Ubuntu One to a cellphone? Access to the web/internet is assumed in this case.
i am using samsung S3310 with aircel when i am connecting new mobile broadband connection my device is not identifying ,so that i cant connect Internet.but everything okay i mean settings in mobile and pc. for same connection i used Nokia mobile its identified and Internet was connected but samsung mobile is not identifying in terminal i typed LSUSB my device is shown in that.
I just want to tell everyone how good the Garmin/Asus A10 mobile phone is as an internet modem.I am in Australia and Mobile internet is an expensive thing to have. cheapest is dodo but i had a few problems trying out a friends usb modem.Anyway i was in the market for a Gps phone and discover this one. it is Android phone and pretty cheap so far it is very good gps, camera, mp3, and phone is excellent.BUT here is the clincher. when you plug it into the computer, the phone screen lights up and gives you 3 options.
I have a Samsung phone (S3310) and I'm trying use it as a modem to access the net on 10.04. I set up a Mobile broadband connection (under network connections) and I'm pretty sure the settings are correct because it works on a Nokia phone with the same service provider.
When I plug in my Data Cable and set it to Samsung PC Studio mode, my phone isn't detected as a modem. I just tried wvdialconf and it says "No modem detected". I'm guessing that maybe I'm missing some drivers here. what I can do get the phone detected as a modem.
I have a not very recent mobile phone. It's a Samsung SGH-X480. I like it thought. I have a software called "PIMS & File Manager" (Samsung EasyStudio II) which I use to kick with to x-fer .MID files and JPEG's to my phone. Now, I'm much hoping for a way to make it work with Ubuntu. I have Wine, settings are Ubuntu-default though. I ran the installer (20061016131758640_Pims_File_Manager.exe) which installed fine. However, when I try to run the program I get an instant crash (the usual '..may or may not be in regards of wine' message) before the application is even loaded. Not very fun. I also tried downloading packages 'wammu' and 'kmobiletools'. I picked 'ttyS0' for device (COM1) and tried with AT settings, different bauds, etc. Nothing. Which seems most likely, to get the Win32 software bundle working (by setting some Wine params for the better?) or finding the correct parameters for wammu/kmobiletools to successfully recognize my phone.
I need to enable my new E2120 samsung phone as a mass storage device. but I think I need a USB driver. Had a good look round the forums but can't seem to find any posts. Its quite a new phone but hopefully the solution is already about. When I plug it into the USB the phones screen has a hashed out 'mass storage' option.
So I can send pictures from my phone to my PC, I've bought a Bluetooth USB adapter, just a cheap one.
System>Preferences>Bluetooth without the adapter says 'no adapters are plugged in'. With the adapter in I get a preferences screen to find new devices, so my PC is seeing the Bluetooth adapter. I've then got it to successfully find both my phone and my wife's and entered the provided pin into each phone. My desktop is duly listed as a device on each phone.
However, if I try and send a picture from either of the phones to the PC the phone says it can't see any devices and the sending fails.
Also, how do I send files the other way, from PC to phone? I installed Obex but it simply hung then closed itself.
What is a good app to convert videos in Ubuntu? I usually watch documentaries, movies etc in my mobile phone and need an app to convert AVIs etc with a low file size and about 320x240 resolution. Used WinFF but it doesn't seem good enough
I would like to download a few (591)images from the Galaxy S phone. Samsung have advised me that to do that I need to place the Galaxy S phone on Mass storage, whivch I can do and plug the phone USB cable to the PC and manually mount the USB. The Galaxy S firmware 2.1-update1 doesn't support automatic mounting! The Galaxy S has an Android platform Kernel version 2.6.29 with root @SE-S604 #2. I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 on a AMD Athlon(tm) XP 1700+ with 1G of ram. It's the manual mounting of the USB connection
There is a feature in MS Windows OS that allows users to play the songs on their mobile on the computer via bluetooth, i.e., the users can use the computer speakers as a bluetooth headset. Are there any ways or any software to do the same in GNU/Linux?
I find myself using SSH from my mobile phone to manage administrative tasks when I'm away--completing updates and the like, things that can be done during normal usage but sap my RAM and CPU to the point of frustration, given the hardware I've got to work with. It's convenient, I can do what I wish (without the benefit of an X session) while I'm at work. The issue I run into is the fact that my auth.log is littered with items like this:
Code: May 16 12:53:17 BETA sshd: pam_unix(sshd:auth): authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=188.8.131.52 May 16 12:53:19 BETA sshd: Failed password for invalid user lala from 184.108.40.206 port 41787 ssh2 May 16 12:53:25 BETA sshd: Invalid user master from 220.127.116.11
Which tells me that some inconspicuous person and/or botnet keeps trying to get into my system. This is generally annoying; at this point, my system isn't used for anything particularly critical; however, the fact that only failures or questionable successes--such as those from my mobile, the IP and Host of which can vary a fair bit (and the host resolution almost always fails, based on the way the IP/Host advertisement is presented to an external host is established--it's essentially manufactured)--doesn't tell me who/what has figured it out. I've done what I can to tamp down SSH access to the system, root is blocked via SSH (a moot item, since root isn't allowed locally), I've limited only my own username as allowed to connect via SSH...all it would take, though, is an alphanumeric dictionary that hits the right combination to get a password prompt, and to be able to brute-force it from there.
Overall, I know there's few, if any ways, to prevent someone attempting to get into my system via SSH; what additional steps can I take to minimize the possibility that I might end up compromised?
I can pair my phone and laptop using bluetooth, from Network manager I can select my phone and make a connection. But then I can't access anything.I looked at the connection info from nm and tried to ping the given dns addresses. That failed. And I pinged those addresses when I reconnected with wireless and it failed. So, where are these setup? I didn't do it
I have HP mininote 2133 with Suse SLED 10. I am trying to connect internet via bluetooth and a mobile phone. The machine itself does not have bluetooth, but it recognizes the Belkin bluetooth gadget, which I inserted into the USB port. I started the bluetooth with Yast and "Information about the equipment (I don't know what the correct term is in English, because my OS is in Finnish language)" tells that there is Belkin Bluetooth adapter connected.But my mobile phone cannot find my computer (there is nothing wrong with the phone, because it can find other computers!) when I try to pair up the phone and the computer. What should I do to connect?
Ist column shows different customers( like N customers are there) , they require different bandwidht links based on some resolution time will be generated and we have to fix this line with in this resolution time , if not before 1 hr for each customer , this has to genetate some alarm and send the SMS to the particular mobile numbers.everythig is there in the GUI like customer , how much BW they want and what is the time duration , only thing we have to do is ,, linking with the GUi and writing some code to send the generated alarms to the mobile numbers specified.
I ran ffmpeg -i /sumeet/clip/friends introduction song.mp4 -s 160x120 -acodec amr_nb -vcodec mpeg4 -r 30 -ar 8000 -ac 1 ~/Desktop/friends.mp4 now I compared sample video created by mobile file I created above.code...