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Topic # 7359 8-Apr-2006 21:18
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hi i was wondering if a manhattan sync box could be used with a bluetake flash drive dongle  [BT009M ] to trasfer camera files to a laptop with out being tethered. the bluetake dongle is a flash drive blue tooth combi the sync box will write to the dongle but can i retrieve the files by connecting to the dongle with another bluetooth device . thanks in advance for any answers

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Reply # 32600 8-Apr-2006 21:51
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Welcome to Geekzone... The functions on the BT009M are separate one from the other. There's no Bluetooth functionality that will allow another device to read the contents of the flash memory - unless you plug it into a PC and use a File Transfer function to the drive when mounted.







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  Reply # 32601 8-Apr-2006 21:58
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hi thanks for the fast reply is there any other way i can do what i want to do , the only other device i can find is a wi-pics but the cost is £1800

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