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Old 01-21-2011, 06:58 PM   #5
LoneTech
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I've just sent files via Bluetooth. It's a little clumsy to go into settings to enable it, but trivial to send files over once it's on.

Edit: Pardon the clueless reply, just went by the subject.. as far as remote wlan access goes, review's script is the best option I know at the moment. A little extra shell knowledge can allow more complicated transfers (for instance, combine tar and nc to transfer whole directories).

There's a telnetd in pocketbook-free which could be compiled for the new models.

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