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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 6196 4-Jan-2006 12:33

I have all my bluetooth working perfectly except one little thing.

Error in sychronization
Bad OBEX response to a request

It updates contacts but not the calendar...

Any ideas pls :)

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Reply # 25700 4-Jan-2006 13:38
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Welcome to Geekzone... What devices are involved and what are you trying to synchronise/exchange?

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  Reply # 25748 5-Jan-2006 08:50

Its a k750i and I'm trying to synchronise Outlook with my phone using bluetooth and a belkin adapter.

It used to work perfectly on my old desktop machine, XP etc

Could it be service pack 2 ?

I've followed microsoft guidelines to get the contacts to synchronise but its the calender where the problem is.


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  Reply # 26640 17-Jan-2006 22:35
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i seem to have a similar problem with my t637 and my desktop with a d-link dbt-120 bluetooth dongle. i used to have no problem synchronizing my tablet pc (w. built-in bluetooth) to my phone, but now i have a problem synchronizing both my tablet pc and my desktop with my t637 using the built-in bluetooth software. i only want to syncrhonize the calendar - that seems to be where most of the problems are - and it's always after it requests access to microsoft outlook.

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  Reply # 26833 21-Jan-2006 06:39
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I'm a genius. mwahahaha. that aside, i figured it out - at least for me. my calendar appointments in my phone was filled - outlook had too many appointments it wanted to sync, hence all the errors. try to archive all your old calendar entries that are over a week old - by going to calendar and right clicking on properties. delete or move them so that the old entries don't show up - you'll need to fiddle with outlook a little bit to make sure outlook actually does it. reset the settings in your phone, restart your computer, and try it out. if that doesn's work, sorry, dunno what to say.

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  Reply # 26870 22-Jan-2006 01:06


You know I had had a couple of phone messages asking for me to clear out my calendar on the phone a couple of times and had thought nothing of it.

Archived my outlook calendar and HEY PRESTO!!

Feel good about yourself today, you made someone happy.....

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