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Topic # 4948 13-Sep-2005 10:40
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I recently purchased the Samsung I 730 and it seem to be pretty good except for a few things one very big I recently had the Audiovox vx6600 and had no problems with setting up my bluetooh software and Reciver but know that I have the I730 I can't connect to any bluetooth applcation like Pocketmap, Astronavigator, I have tried everything that I can think of I am using the same software and Receiver just a different PDA all I had to do was do an auto detect and it was fine but on the I730 I can't it to link up to any of my GPS software except Blooth Wizard, maybe I need to take that off, I don't but I am getting very Frestrated if anyone who has this phone could tell me how to get the programs to detect it I would really apprecated it. there is a program running that I don't know if it would interfere with the bluetooth it is called SRS wow not sure what it is for.
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Reply # 20001 13-Sep-2005 10:43
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Not sure about the Bluetooth problems, but SRS Wow is a surround sound program - if you play music on your Pocket PC it will give you a better sound.







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Reply # 20002 13-Sep-2005 10:50
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Ok thanks for letting me know what that product is for hopefully someone well know how to setup bluethooth with I 700 I have run out of Ideas I also tried the CE Monitor to tried to reset it back to the manifactors orginal setting but It wouldn't let me reset it even
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