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Topic # 6885 2-Mar-2006 11:36
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When configuring bluetooth, I seem to have deleted the ability to create a new outgoing port. I am only given one choice - New Incoming Port. I don't know how I did it. Has anyone else experienced this & if so how did they got around it.. (I'm at the point of considering a firmware reload - which will reset everything)

There's a few other things that have started to happen also & I'm not sure if they are related including a failure to connect to www.vodafone.net.nz "for an unknown reason"

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Reply # 29642 2-Mar-2006 11:40
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This probably happens if you have already created more ports than the number of ports available in the system. As for how to delete the other ports... That's a good question. Will try to find out more.







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  Reply # 29643 2-Mar-2006 11:49
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I've only ever been given the chance to select com6 & com7. I originally set up com6 for active sync & everything was working fine until it started reporting that com6 was being used by another program (news to me can't think what!) I went about re-setting up my bluetooth settings & low and behold no 'New Outgoing Port' option to tap on just 'new Incoming Port' Strange !!

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