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jtadeo

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#11473 25-Jan-2007 17:27
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Ok so i have a toshiba tecra m5 laptop and it has bluetooh

i can succesfully pair my laptop to my phone.. i have even acheived using dun over bt.

problem is that when i pair my phone to my laptop there are no services.

when i pair my laptop to phone i see dun and ssp.


if i right click on the bt icon in my screen and hit send file i can send a file to my phone, but not vice versa

I'm pretty sure my phone should be seeing a bunch of profiles that my laptop should offer..


please help me i need to set this up correctly

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#58861 25-Jan-2007 21:17
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It all depends on what software is running on your laptop. Are you using any software that came with the Bluetooth adapter, or just the standard Windows Bluetooth software? Also, what kind of uses you have for Bluetooth from you phone to your computer? Synchronisatio, transfer files?





 

 

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jtadeo

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  #59181 29-Jan-2007 20:41
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I'm sorry for the late reply and i really appreciate you trying to help me.

To answer some of your questions:

I have standard bluetooth drivers and software for it. It's a intergrated bluetooth device, its installed inside the laptop. When i view devices and pair my phone with my computer under my phone bluetooth services for laptop it's blank. Under bluetooth services for my phone on my computer i see dun over bt.

So pretty much i dont see any services that my laptop could offer on my phone, but i know there should be some.

 
 
 
 


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  #60439 11-Feb-2007 17:45
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bump, please help me.

again my phone doesnt see any bluetooth services being offered by my laptop.

i have a toshiba tecra m5
windows xp sp2



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  #60441 11-Feb-2007 17:57
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and just to clarify i do have intergrated bluetooth.

i know that it works because my phone pairs with my laptop and i can send files to my phone through my laptop.

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