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# 38227 26-Jul-2009 18:59
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Can any once there help me on How to configure ActiveSync via Bluetooth on my Pocket PC HTC HD Touch WM6.1 Pro


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  # 239169 26-Jul-2009 21:04
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Make sure Bluetooth on your PC is set to "Visible". From your Windows Mobile device go to ActiveSync and tap Connect -> Bluetooth. It will tell you there's no ActiveSync partnership and ask if you want to create one. Follow the steps and you will be connected.

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  # 239200 26-Jul-2009 22:34
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Dear sir can you show steps by steps in detail or with some photo guide.

Because I go to my htc wm6.1 device I can only see on the menu bottom I Option/schedule/status/add server source/connections and connect via Bluetooth

When I tap on connect via Bluetooth it come out small widow massage say that [Cannot find an existing Bluetooth partnership with a PC that supports Active sync. Would you like to set up a partnership now?]
When tap yes it come out a page Display Name PANG that is my name on the Q35 Samsung laptop HTC device say select services to use from this device after that I do not know what to do can you show steps by steps in detail or with some photo guide.

And at my Q35 Samsung laptop buetooth configuration is set to [let other buetooth devices discover this computer.]Embarassed

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