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rob_figlabs
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29 Aug 2006
Anyone else seen something like this?

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$ sdptool search DUN
Inquiring ...
Searching for DUN on XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX ...
Service Name: Dial-up networking
Service RecHandle: 0x10002
Service Class ID List:
 "Dialup Networking" (0x00001103)
Protocol Descriptor List:
 "L2CAP" (0x00000100)
 "RFCOMM" (0x00000003)
   Channel: 4
Segmentation fault
$


This works on just about every other machine / rom combination. This is an SL-C3200 using a Socket Rev K BT card talking to a Samsung phone. Using OZ all the kit works fine.

Any ideas? I'm stumped!
27 Feb 2006
Hi,

Has anyone managed to sync an SL-Cxxx model to Qtopia Desktop on Windows? If so, which version did you use and where did you get it? As far as I can tell the Japanese CDs that come with the Zaurus don't have a version of Qtopia Desktop. Trying to use other versions of QD with the Zaurus results in the 'incompatible versions' dialog box.

Using Ethereal I saw that the Zaurus is sending it's model string and perhaps a version number too to QtopiaDesktop.exe on the PC. So far all my attempts at hacking the two to talk together have failed.

Anyone do any better?

Cheers
22 Feb 2006
Hi,

We're launching a new product today - a 40 GB pocket USB Hard Drive you can use with your Zaurus (or PC, or Mac). It has a battery so you can use it directly in your Zaurus. It can be powered via USB or the supplied main adapter as well.

It supports USB OnTheGo so you can also plug in any USB Mass Storage device like a Digital Camera, PSP or MP3 Player directly to the drive and press a single button to back them up.

It also comes with a USB Host cable which you can use with your Zaurus.

Check it out at: Fig Labs Accessories Page - USB OTG HD

Cheers
27 Jan 2006
Fig Labs has today made available 'BlueFig' - an easy to use software application to get your Zaurus online anywhere - via your Bluetooth enabled GPRS or 3G phone. Just tell it your home country, network operator and phone model and it will configure everything for you.

For details and screenshots, see:

Bluefig on www,figlabs.com

We've tested it on C1000/3000/3100 on Sharp ROM (Full English) and Cacko 1.23. It is also known to work on SL-C860.
We recommend the Socket Cordless Card rev. K, but it should work with just about any Bluetooth CF card or USB dongle that is already working in your Zaurus.
Bluefig contains settings for a wide range of phones by different manufacturers - we've tested it with Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Microsoft and other phones.

Enjoy!
19 Dec 2005
UPDATED!

Hi,

We've made a Sudoku game for the Zaurus - Zudoku. You can download it for free from our site - just go to www.figlabs.com. You'll need to register on our forum to download it.

There's a single IPK for all Zaurus and the Archos PMA400 media player. For 6000 models, install the font IPK that is linked in the forum post. For all 640x480 Zaurii, tap and hold the Zudoku icon and uncheck 'display with mangnified screen' otherwise you'll see it in 320x420 mode only. There's also a version for Windows, Mac and Linux desktops.

We've now added a 'pencilling in' feature to help you solve harder puzzles, and fixed a few other things.

Enjoy!
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