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#8268 16-Jun-2006 07:39
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Hi

I have using my smartphone to synch with two separate pc's (work and home) via bluetooth. However, when I switch from one pc to the other, the smartphone does not detect the connection. I have to delete the existing bluetooth partnership and redo it for it to work. Every time. Does anyone know if it is at all possible to keep connection to two PC's via bluetooth?
If yes, what could be the problem in my case?

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#38753 16-Jun-2006 10:00
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Welcome to Geekzone... If this is a Windows Mobile 2003 device, then you can only have one Bluetooth computer configured for synchronisation.





 

 

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  #38798 16-Jun-2006 22:00
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Thanks for your reply. And if it is a windows mobile 5.0 device?

 
 
 
 


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#38799 16-Jun-2006 22:04
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Windows Mobile 5.0 stores the ActiveSync information on a device basis... You can have multiple ActiveSync partners over Bluetooth.





 

 

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