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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 5388 26-Oct-2005 00:46
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I brought a Nokia 3230 and along with it i also brought a Bluetooth Doggle ( IVT corporation ) and i am using a driver/application supplied along with the card which is the IVT Bluesoleil stack.

When i turned on bluetooth on my phone and on my desktop ( windows 2000) i see only 3 services available under the Bluetooth application window, Bluetooth dial up, Objet Push and File transfer. The serial port service is not available.

my friend has a 6600 phone and tried with his phone for which the serial port service was available.

I worked with HP before and used Hp IPAQ's. in those instance i used to cnfigure ports on Bluetooth confguration manager. But with this i am not sure....

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 22277 29-Oct-2005 03:13
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Common 53 reviews and still there is no one to answer this question?Atleast tell me if this is a defect or is there any setting to do.


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