I tried several ways to connect my Nokia N70 phone in my Debian box. I did it using bluetooth, but I wanted to connect it via USB. So I did some googeling, but I did not find any solution. Therefore I raised that question in LKLUG (Lanka Linux User Group) and get few responses. This is what I did.
I used this link as suggested in LKLUG mailing list.
First of all I installed obexftp tool,
1.) sudo apt-get install obexftp
Using obexftp you can check whether the your phone is correctly connected to the machine.
2.) sudo obexftp -u
Above command indicates that.
All the above commands and related outputs are clearly mentioned in above link
Then I installed obextool (ObexTool is a graphical frontend for ObexFTP)
Debian repositories does not contain obextool packages.
Then I visited following link,
It contains all the repository details where obextool packages exists.
Copy following repository paths in your sources.list
deb http://www.hendrik-sattler.de/debian extra main
deb-src http://www.hendrik-sattler.de/debian extra main
execute following commands,
1.) sudo apt-get update
2.) sudo apt-get install obextool
After installing obextool, run the following command.
sudo obextool --obexcmd "obexftp -u 1"
So, thats it. now it list the contents in your mobile phone (My one is Nokia N70). It lists two letters. i.e. The phone's internal memory is accessed as C: whereas E: refers to the memory card.
Now you can exchage files etc etc...... Enjoy it :-D
Refer this link for more details