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#194 4-May-2003 05:01
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Hello

I have
- T68i through Cingular (US, NY Market)
- HawKing USB adapter (bought from Amazon)
- Laptop running XP

I have downloaded/installed
- XTND Connect
- SendFile
- Software that came with Bluetooth Adapter

I am able to send file from T68i to computer using 'Send via Bluetooth' and the file is saved in a certain folder in C drive of my laptop,
BUT I have been working on this thing for the last 3 weeks, but cannot figure out how to send files/pictures FROM my laptop TO my T68i. I have tried using SendFile, but it stays greyed out and refuses to detect my phone. Can you point me to any threads, or offer suggestions as I am totally beaten up and frustrated. Not sure how to use the XTNDConnect to achieve this.

Any help would be appreciated
Thanks
Ben

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#270 4-May-2003 09:03
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Have you manually connected the computer to this mobile?

The first time you do this, the Bluetooth software will flag the mobile as the default connection to use when a Serial Bluetooth connection is requested by a program.

Go to the list of paired devices in your computer, find the icon corresponding to your T68, right-click and select "Connect to Serial Port". Make sure the "B" symbol in your T68 shows the connection. Then right-click again and disconnect.

Try SendFile after this again.




 

 

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