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Topic # 5860 3-Dec-2005 10:16
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I know this is kind of wiered question but i realy don`t know what to write down in the script section:
In my computer there is a BT in USB of BlueSoleil 1.6.1.4 Release 050606.
in my T5 i added my computer. I didn`t put any user but put a password.
Now, when I want to connect it recognize it and show me The signing on with handshack, but after 2 minutes it shows me Error: PPP timeout (0x1231)

in my details the connection type is PPP. Idle time is 3 minutes and both Query and IP Address automatic are marked.

The script in the T5 is empty what should I do there?

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  Reply # 24182 3-Dec-2005 10:35
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Welcome to Geekzone... All the answers are in our Bluetooth Guides.

You might want to read this one how to configure the Internet Sharing for Palm. The PC side instructions are for Widcomm, no good for you, but the Palm side has screenshots including the script.









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  Reply # 24183 3-Dec-2005 11:04
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hi, thanks for the fast replay but i have problems with pairing...
all the subjects that you linked me give me guides that strats with:
"We also assume you have already paired the Palm and your computer. Do so before you continue following this guide!"
but this is my problem, no pairing beetwen the PC and T5

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 24184 3-Dec-2005 11:10
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??? You say
george777: Now, when I want to connect it recognize it and show me The signing on with handshack, but after 2 minutes it shows me Error: PPP timeout (0x1231)

in my details the connection type is PPP. Idle time is 3 minutes and both Query and IP Address automatic are marked.

The script in the T5 is empty what should I do there?


So it sounds like you already this paired...

Anyway, open Prefs, change to Bluetooth and then look around for the button to add devices. I can't remember the exact name but it's the only option there. You should then enter a PIN of your choice and look on your PC because a request for the same PIN will popup there.










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  Reply # 24206 4-Dec-2005 02:39
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well. i did that and still the same error...

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Reply # 24208 4-Dec-2005 09:39
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The Bluetooth Guides page has a link to a troubleshooting section. There are lots of things to do with personal firewalls and other configurations. Please read that.







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  Reply # 24249 5-Dec-2005 14:35
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Have you tried setting up Trusted Device partnership initiated from the Notebook end. I need to do this using my laptop.



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  Reply # 24276 6-Dec-2005 10:42
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sorry but i have a desktop and not a laptop.
anyway i gave up...

just for my own couriosity, can a BT connection between T5 and my desktop can allow my also to control the mouse, or is it only for the Hotsync?

many thanks. and happy santa day!!

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Reply # 24283 6-Dec-2005 11:15
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george777: sorry but i have a desktop and not a laptop.


It doesn't matter, the system is the same.

george777: just for my own couriosity, can a BT connection between T5 and my desktop can allow my also to control the mouse, or is it only for the Hotsync?
It is for Hotsync and Internet sharing only.





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  Reply # 24293 6-Dec-2005 16:41
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I would check out on the Palm website in their Knowledge Library to see if that BT adapter and the T5 are Compatible - not all Bluetooth devices will communicate with other Bluetooth devices - the Bluetooth Signatures do come into play with certain combinations.

In regards to your Mouse control option - check out two Palm Apllications, LibertyControl and Salling Clicker (www.salling.com).

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