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SupportedPhonesSonyEricsson - OpenOBEX - Trac Check and update formatting, then remove this message It would be nice if people would provide information about which OpenOBEX/ObexFTP version they used, which type of connection (cable, IrDA, Bluetooth, USB etc.), which phone firmware software version and on which operating system/distro they ran OpenOBEX. Maybe even which GCC version they used. Serial Cable usage ¶ Some Sony Ericsson phones are rather picky when it comes to the usage of serial cables. No-name cables typically lack the RTS/CTS voltage-level adaptation and don't connect the RTS and CTS pins. Also, some serial cables do suck the phone's battery dry in no time. Finally, there are cables out there which are not at all inteded to be used for synchronizing data with the phone. More about serial interfaces in general can be found in this Wikibook . Ericsson ¶ Ericsson R320 ¶ The initial cable support started here Ericsson T68i ¶ Reported working Sony Ericsson ¶ Sony Ericsson J300/K500i/k700i ¶ Sony Ericsson T300 ¶ Working? Working?
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Last.fm scripts » User tag clouds Last.fm tool: Create your personal Last.fm user tag cloud A musical user tag cloud is a textual depiction of one's listening habits, here based on musical social networking service Last.fm. The weight of a tag in the cloud is determined by the play counts of top artists in the user's profile, and the top tags for those artists, labeled as such by the Last.fm community. Inclusion of these tag clouds in a user's profile increases the readability, since now it is often unclear what musical genres a user is listening to. Want to learn more? I have created other scripts, so you can compare your profile with that of other users, generate a cloud of recommended artists or compute your eclectic score. With the form below, you can generate your personal tag cloud. Please be patient, the script may require up to a full minute to process your request.