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Topic # 6393 22-Jan-2006 19:51
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I AM HAVING Nokia 6021 and trying to connect with my HP nc6120. it detects laptop but give problem in Paring. any idea to solve.

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Reply # 26892 22-Jan-2006 20:42
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Have you checked out the blue tooth guides on GZ

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Reply # 26895 22-Jan-2006 20:47
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Are you using the same PIN in both the laptop and mobile phone? Some older Nokia phones had a different security level requirement and caused problems...





 
 
 
 




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Reply # 26901 22-Jan-2006 21:58
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freitasm: Are you using the same PIN in both the laptop and mobile phone? Some older Nokia phones had a different security level requirement and caused problems...

not sure, how to chk both ends

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Reply # 26902 22-Jan-2006 22:04
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When you pair the phone and the computer it will ask a PIN - enter a 4 digit number of your choice. The other device will then ask for the PIN and you enter the same number.







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Reply # 26905 22-Jan-2006 22:47
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freitasm: When you pair the phone and the computer it will ask a PIN - enter a 4 digit number of your choice. The other device will then ask for the PIN and you enter the same number.

even i am paring throug phone or labtop other device never asked for PIN key, still same result

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Reply # 26917 23-Jan-2006 09:34
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It also depends on what software you are using on the laptop. If using the Microsoft Bluetooth stack or Widcomm then you have to enter the PIN.

If you are using a BlueSoleil software then you have a option to define the default PIN and this will be always used (only the new device will ask for the PIN, which will remain the same).





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