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Old 10th March, 2005, 04:21 PM
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Angry Nokia 7650

I know it's old but I just happen to have one. When using Xmicro bluetooth I can send files to my phone with no problems. However I cannot send files from the phone to my computer. On the phone I get the message "can not connect" I have downloaded the PC Suite for my Nokia model and I can't set it up. It will not find the phone. What am I doing wrong. I have also SP2 installed. Can this be the problem? I checked the serial com for my bluetoth conection and I have there com4 as incoming but there is no outgoing installed. So I installed an outgoing serial and it's com5 now. But I still have this problem. Pls help.

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Old 10th March, 2005, 04:42 PM
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This may be of help to you:
http://www.epox.org/cms/index.php?op...etails&gid=196
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Is that really for generic BT devices as I have one that I cant find any drivers for and will be trying this out asap!

Thanks for the link Dan!
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What drivers are you using? When you install SP2, SP2 installs it's own Bluetooth stack, and replaces whatever was there before. The SP2 Bluetooth stack is rather more limited, which makes it really annoying!
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mines a zeevo bt device which comes up under sp2 as a supported device yet its not?
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Generally, most Bluetooth dongles fall into one of two camps, either a Broadcom based device, or a CSR based device. That may well be why Windows thinks it is supported.

What problems are you having?
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Sorry if you've already tried this but with SP2's BT stack, you have to tell it "receive file" prior to starting to send the file to the computer or it'll simply reject the connection.

I've had some interesting issues when sending/receiving files using the BlueZ (Linux) stack. Some phones (my K700i) won't accept sending the file to the computer, but will allow me to browse the phone and transfer files through a file manager. A colleague's Nokia wouldn't allow this (despite offering OBEX Browse as a service), requiring files to be PUSHed to and from it instead. Bluetooth is not a very standard standard, it seems...
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