I'm trying to establish a BT link between my Android phone (Android 2.3) and my PC (Ubuntu 10.04 with KDE). Paring between the two seems to have worked (both list the other one as paired). On the Ubuntu side, I have also marled the phone as "trusted". In the Android file manager (Astro) I can select a file, send it by BT and specify the PC as the receiving device. But I eventually get a connection failure and the file isn't transferred. Sending a file from the PC doesn't work either (no error, just a file transfer that doesn't end). On the Ubuntu side, I tried with and without "connecting" the phone before sending the file from Android. Strange thing: once I connect the phone form Ubuntu, it says "connected" and remains so, but disconnects as soon as I try to send the file from my phone. BT connection with my previous phone (Nokia) was also a rain dance, but at least I got some rain. Any ideas? Should I try first to "connect" the PC on the Android side? But if so, how?