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#4198 11-Jun-2005 10:53
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I've got a Hp tablet PC TC100, with Tablet Edition 2005 & SP2 loaded, I've followed the various advice on here. I can get everything in PC suite to work Via Bluetooth apart from active synch - which what I really need the most.


Any ideas ?


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#15479 11-Jun-2005 10:59
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You mean some other program to synchronise the Nokia 6680 to your tablet, surely?

ActiveSync is only for Windows Mobile devices, and the Nokia 6680 is a Symbian based device.




 

 

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#15480 11-Jun-2005 11:01
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yeah sorry my post got cut into two - I use Nokia PC Suite 3.5

 
 
 
 


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#15482 11-Jun-2005 11:06
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Make sure the configuration on your software is pointing to the Bluetooth COM port defined as incoming (or server depending on version).

Also, be sure to configure any software firewall (including the Windows XP SP2 built-in firewall) to allow the Bluetooth software to talk - it uses TCP ports and sometimes these firewall software block it.





 

 

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