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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 ...


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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 ...


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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.


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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


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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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