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#442 22-Aug-2003 06:48
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Hi!
I dont know why the Bluetooth Manager of my iPAQ h2215 doesn´t discover any services of the Tungsten T.
This is the error message that appears when I want to conect both:
"The requested service is not running on this device. Please make sure the service is enabled on the device or select another to continue"
And Im sure that the bluetooth is on on the Tungsten...
Please I´m desesperated if anyone hepls me maybe I should give you a reward or something...I dont know like $$ apps for the PPC
I would thank any help. Thank you!!

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#1120 22-Aug-2003 08:18
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Hello Gsus... What are you trying to do between the H2215 and the T|T?





 

 

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#1122 22-Aug-2003 08:37
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Im trying to exchange files
But if you know how I can, for example, host a personal network or another service with the TT I´ll be glad to know how to.

 
 
 
 


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#1123 22-Aug-2003 08:39
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I think you're out of lucky them. Neither the T|T or H2215 will have the router mechanisms to host a network.

As for transferring files, the T|T will only have the Serial and LAN Access clients and Object Exchange profiles.





 

 

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#1124 22-Aug-2003 09:04
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Ok thnk you, I know that. The real problem is How I conect both to exchange files? Because the BT Manager does not find "any usable services" on the TT

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#1126 22-Aug-2003 09:44
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Well, File Exchange is not one of the services - so you can't...




 

 

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#1129 22-Aug-2003 14:46
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Hi
Well one last question...I want to know if there is any way to do something with the BT iPAQ/ TT (besides exchange PIM) I dont mind, I just want to do something with my 2 BT devices.
Thanks a bunch!! ;)

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#1139 23-Aug-2003 22:27
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Hi,

I am new here but upon seeing this I thought I would give a heads-up that my Ipaq 2210 (same as 2215) has PAN-Server Profile and I am able to connect to it via my PC. So in theory it should be possibly to do this via the TT. You can enable the BT PAN-Server on the IPAQ by going to "Bluetooth Settings", scroll way to the right to "PAN-Server" and activate that service. You will probably have to assign IP adresses on both devices manually and of course those should be in the same subnet.

I don't know wether this will help though, as you would need some kind of software that could transfer files over IP and work on both the Palm and the Ipaq.

Apologies for any typos, etc. but I am not a native speaker.

Greetings, Matthes

 
 
 
 


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#1168 27-Aug-2003 08:35
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HI,
Matthes do you have msn?
please I want you to explaint it better to me (only if you can of course)
Thanks!

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#1330 7-Sep-2003 05:00
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Hi,

I only have ICQ and I believe I can dig up yahoo-messenger somewhere. BTW I can only help you on the PPC side, since I have never used a TT before.

Greetings, Matthes

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