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# 913 15-Jan-2004 10:10
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I have an IPAQ 2210 and have been trying to Beam Fles to another Bluetooth unit (Nokia Mobile Phone). I do not want to "PAIR" with the Nokia, am haveing no joy in transferring files.

Would appreciate some guidance.

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Steve

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# 2764 15-Jan-2004 10:19
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I think you're out of luck here. I suppose you're trying to transfer a file to a Nokia 3650 or similar? There's no setting on these phones to Always Accept. You'll have to partner the phone and the Pocket PC.

On your iPAQ open the Bluetooth Manager, tap New and Explore a Bluetooth Device. When you see your mobile phone there you can tap it and the OBEX File Transfer service will show in the list. You can create a shortcut, but the first time you try to transfer a file the mobile phone will ask for the PIN.






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  # 2795 15-Jan-2004 19:59
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Thanks for the info. Strange thing is that I can do a File transfer from my P800 to another Bluetooth enabled phone without haveing to "PAIR"

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  # 2798 15-Jan-2004 20:46
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I am sending from P800 to Nokia - Also I have received files Bluetoothed from the Nokia to the P800 and the IPAQ without haveing PAIRED.

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