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# 432 19-Aug-2003 22:38
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help me before i go blood crazy!

I have a nokia 3650. I brought a belkin usb adaptor, and Ihave windows xp with pc nokia suite installed on it.

Right this is what I did, I installed the bluetooth adaptor, I got my nokia to pic up the device I then open pc suite, ...........then it wouldnt do anything cos it said that my phone wasnt connected to my I took off the pc suite , reinstalled it said the I took off the belkin software and put it back on, now it cant find my phone and my phone can pair and I am having a bloody mare.

Where am I going wrong? and how do I get it to work



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BDFL - Memuneh
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# 1101 20-Aug-2003 07:23
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Is this the error message you see?

This is the normal behavior (strange ). Have you had a look in our Bluetooth Guides? One of the steps you have to check is the selection of the proper com port on mRouter.

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# 1104 20-Aug-2003 08:10
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yep I get that , but its connected, thing is now they wont even find each other at all and i have rebooted and god knows what else, they just wont pair .....also when it comes to opening up pc suite it says they arent connected and wont let me go any further ....

btw thanks for the reply



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# 1117 22-Aug-2003 03:40
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Yes I have the same experence that sometimes I get connection, sometimes not, without no clue why . The guide that fretasm have made for the 3650 is excellent that i at least can know how it is supposed to work

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# 1889 17-Oct-2003 11:09
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Below is a link from Belkin's website that guides you through step by step in how to setup PC Suite with the Belkin Bluetooth adapters. Hopefully this helps.

If you have the belkin Bluetooth F8T001,002.003V.1 below is the link for the setup guide.

If you have the Belkin Bluetooth F8T001,003, V.2 below is the link for the setup guide.

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