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Topic # 12563 24-Mar-2007 17:35
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I've a PCMCIA Bluetooth. The P/N of this device is PCBTC1-N.

I believe that this device manufactured by Billionton (I can't find the manufacture of this device) after I found the PN: PCBTC1-N (searching through Google): and from the Billionton (even the P/N not match):

This device came with an installation CD. After sucessfully installing my device with this CD installation, I got the version of this software is: Bluetooth Software 1.4.2 Build 12 and the manufacture of my device is Cambridge Silicon Radio.

My question is, can I use another software for my device? I would like to use the IVT Bluesoleil software. The latest version of IVT Bluesoleil software is BlueSoleil_2.3_standard_Release_060728. How to install it?

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Reply # 64905 24-Mar-2007 19:24
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You can use the other software if there is a driver available. IVT's Bluesoleil has a demo version, limited to 5MB transfer per session. You can install that and test before buying the full version.

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Reply # 64913 24-Mar-2007 22:53
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It's working with my dev but when I choose my device: Tools + My Bluetooth Device..., IVT software always choose my PCMCIA as BCSP no mather how and how many times I tried to change it to PCMCIA.

Is that correct?


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  Reply # 64920 25-Mar-2007 08:43
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I had remove it and back to the original CD.

Even my smartphone (Nokia N70) can't pair with this software.

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