nautilus-ideviceinfo is a nautilus extension showing extended device information in the nautilus properties dialog.
It shows details like device name, model, serial number, software version, baseband version, imei/imsi/iccid, network and storage usage (with nice eye candy) as seen in the screenshot below.
This is a basic update which just adds the necessary GTK+ 3 UI changes but more is planned.
Things like the dependency on libgpod which will probably be dropped first to allow quicker/more granular storage information as well as improvements to the mobile carrier lookup which currently is not accurate enough cross my mind.
Other ideas were:
- Support for EAN/MEID USA/China based telephony information
- Show current battery charge information
- Detect tethering (personal hotspot) status
Once you checked out the development version from git master and installed it, you can reach the dialog by browsing to the “computer://” scheme from the Nautilus location bar then right-clicking properties on your device.
Unfortunately due to the GNOME 3 UI changes, the easy direct access of the device properties from the sidebar is gone. There’s a lonely bug about it.
Once the last fixes are done I’ll release nautilus-ideviceinfo 1.0.0 and create packages for GNOME distributions. Enjoy.