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Topic # 4876 5-Sep-2005 10:35
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i have just got a new samsung d 500 and i want 2 upload games 2 it for that i need serial port i was using xtnd but theres no serial port optinal there 2 connect
so did i get widcomm drivers and softwares installed but i get 2 errors
1.. licience not {6}
2..when double clicked it says dongle not availabe check wheather if its conneected or not
i am using sp2
can any one help me plz or give me some bluetooth software names which would work grt with my dongle and having serial port connetion too
thx

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Reply # 19637 5-Sep-2005 10:37
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Welcome to Geekzone... If you are using Windows XP Service Pack you should try using the native Windows Bluetooth instead of installing Widcomm drivers not released for your specific device.






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  Reply # 19638 5-Sep-2005 10:40
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i am sorry but wht is native Windows Bluetooth ??

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 19639 5-Sep-2005 10:44
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When you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 the OS already provides Bluetooth drivers for most USB adapters. You can use these - not all profiles are supported, but serial port is present.

By the way, AFAIK the XtndConnect drivers do offer Serial Ports. you have to manually configure them.







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  Reply # 19642 5-Sep-2005 11:06
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ok now i have uninstalled the widcomm and got the bt mobile bluetooth software xtnd
the thing is i want 2 have a serial port connection throug the network connetion and then i wanna useuploader xxxx samsung uploader 2 upload games it sound a little difficult could u help me connect a serial port connection

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  Reply # 19737 6-Sep-2005 08:13
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You should be able to use the Serial Port created by the XTNDConnect Bluetooth during installation. When I tested it a year or so ago it create the following:



You access this dialog with Tools | Options. You can create new ones if you need too.







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  Reply # 19741 6-Sep-2005 08:37
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grt oh yeah.. i c that serial port but thats now excatelly my prob is
i wanna serial connect my mobile creating a host local area network i know how 2 creat a network but i dont c any mssg poping up allow device 2 serial connect wht should be done in xtnd case

well in other bluetooths u have a option directly 2 serial connect i dont c in xtnd except lan,dial.....
so wht now

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  Reply # 19742 6-Sep-2005 08:40
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Your phone will not join a LAN because it is not compatible. It can use a serial connection, but that's pretty much it.







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  Reply # 19743 6-Sep-2005 08:43
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thx
well thats wht i wanna know how do i serial connect whts the procedure wht r the steps how do i serial connect

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