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#2106 26-Aug-2004 01:49
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Hi there

I set up my Billionton Bluetooth device on my PC successfully. I then installed PC Suite for Nokia 6600. When I open the serial port using my Bluetooth application the mRouter icon changes to show it is connected.

However, when I open PC Suite I get a message saying that it is the first time I have used PC Suite and I must please attach my phone and click OK or Cancel to close PC Suite. And that is where it stays.

I also tried this using XP drivers, same story. At home with exactly the same hardware, OS etc. everything is working fine.

I run XP SP2 with SMC wireless network connection. With or without the Windows firewall.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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#7967 26-Aug-2004 07:09
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I would recheck the Windows firewall, and any other firewall really. mRouter will use TCP ports to communicate with other software, including the PC Suite.




 

 

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#8174 30-Aug-2004 18:31
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Completely uninstalled all my network devices and tried it again. No luck. Does anyone know of any other software that can sync my Outlook calendar and contact data? That is all I want to do.

 
 
 
 


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#8180 30-Aug-2004 19:13
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Could you use the Bluetooth OBEX IrMC Sync?




 

 

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#8186 30-Aug-2004 20:28
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Will try that first thing tomorrow morning! Thanx!!

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