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#1384 16-Apr-2004 02:06
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Hi

I sent a message to you guys earlier, i have a problem i have loaded software all good; dongle works finds the phone but when i try to pair with it doenst says unable to pair reason unknown

i read an forum from december where somebody had the same problem but he change adminstrator names ,i tried that but it says unable to pair, i do have bluetooth headset connected to my phone

if somebody could help me would appreciate it

thanks
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#4834 16-Apr-2004 07:31
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The trick on changing administrator names is to actually create a new admin, remove the Bluetooth software, reboot, reinstall and try the pairing. This is useful when your Bluetooth software is not showing any services on your computer.

I've seen other threads here on Geekzone where the V600 was actually faulty. Something to do with the Bluetooth MAC address being all FF, which is an address used during development or testing. Can you confirm your V600 is not showing this address?




 

 

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#4874 18-Apr-2004 10:15
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It seems that there's a few issues with the using the V600 for dial-up, have a look at page 2 on this this thread.




 

 

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