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after 5-10 bios resets to re-enable bluetooth during the last two years I decided to investigate this issue again. looks like there is a bluetooth switch emulation in the thinkpad_acpi module. turn this on via module options et voila -> working bluetooth! echo options thinkpad_acpi dbg_bluetoothemul=1 bluetooth_state=1 | sudo tee -a ...
It isn't meant to show anything if there is nothing to show. This command doesn't give a message like no wireless devices, which would be an improvement. From the man page: list [type] List the current state of all available rfkill-using devices, or just all of the given type. So if there is nothing to list, then it won't show ...
There is this script sec.Bluetooth.SendFile.NautilusScript.sh You have to copy it to ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts/ And may need to install its latest dependencies too.
For sending files from a (mobile) device to ubuntu try 'gnome-user-share'. https://help.gnome.org/users/gnome-user-share/stable/gnome-user-share-getting-started.html.en The settings can also be accessed via terminal: gnome-file-share-properties
Try with installing the related packages with bluez: sudo apt-get install bluez bluez-alsa bluez-audio bluez-btsco bluez-compat bluez-cups bluez-dbg bluez-gstreamer bluez-hcidump bluez-pcmcia-support bluez-tools bluez-utils python-bluez bluewho indicator-bluetooth libbluetooth-dev libgnome-bluetooth11 libbluetooth3 python-gobject python-dbus
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