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Topic # 52691 6-Dec-2009 00:24
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Hi All
Umm just a quick question
Is there away to Automatically accept incoming beams to computer without having to go right click on the bluetooth device and select Receive a file?


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  Reply # 279669 6-Dec-2009 01:20
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I think it depends on what BlueTooth stack you're using.

You don't even tell us what Operating System you have (XP/Vista/7) so it's a bit hard to provide a proper answer :)

I can't see to find an option in my Widcomm Stack for XP, but I'm not sure for Vista/Win7

A quick google search turned up this, that might help you.

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  Reply # 279711 6-Dec-2009 12:04
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Oops sorry
OS -XP Sp3. Umm I'm using the default Windows bluetooth stack....Where do you find the details on it (Stack Name etc). 
Also can you get Active Sync 4.5 to automatically connect via Bluetooth when in transmission range and update?


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