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Topic # 4329 1-Jul-2005 13:53
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I got two issues. First, in order to connect my Nokia 3650 by
BT, I have to kill the WCESCOMM.EXE process (ActiveSync), open the
mRouter, check the COM500 box (Bluetooth), and then the COM4 box
(unknown), for the previous to connect. So, there is no way I can sync
my iPaq 1945 before my phone. After that, ActiveSync can be activated by
Bluetooth without problem. Can I change this for good?
Another thing. I was wondering if there is any application that can let
me watch real time video from my phone in my PDA via Bluetooth. Any info would
be really appreciated. Thanks.

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Reply # 16229 1-Jul-2005 14:01
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It looks like you ned to add more Bluetooth ports in your configuration. You will then have to configure mRouter to use the new port and use the old one for ActiveSync.

By looking at the number you posted (COM500) it also looks like there's something wrong on this configuration - the ActiveSync will work just fine on the COM4 though and mRouter should work with any port you create on Bluetooth. Just make sure it's created as an Incoming (or Server) port.

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