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  1. #1
    Richard
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    Just recently bought a "MICROSOFT WIRELESS OPTICAL DESKTOP BLUETOOTH
    USB" to be able to communicate with my Z600 over bluetooth.

    (Which has turned out to be a really bad idead, since MS-bluetooth
    adapter really $uck$)

    Anyway, after I have installed Service Pack 2 Beta for XP, it works
    better and I have been able to sync my Outlook with my phone etc.

    And now, finnally, to my question:

    I have "Bluetooth Network Connections" in "Network connections"
    folder, however, it is disconnected. And my I am trying to add,
    something, ie my phone, it doesn't show.
    This because, as stated, "No Bluetooth network devices or computers
    supporting Personal Area Network (PAN) services was found".

    Is this because of my phone? Or my Bluetooth adapter? Can I upgrade my
    firmware in my phone to solve this? Is my Z600 able to provide this
    service at all?
    Or do have to wait for MS to realease another 'fix' for their dongle?

    Please, enlighten me!



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  2. #2
    V
    Guest

    Re: Bluetooth on Z600 with MS-dongle

    I once read that the MS Bluetooth Desktop does NOT support OBEX push,
    COM port over Bluetooth, Bluetooth Sync, etc... (which is what you
    need) those sort of protocol. Not too sure if they made a newer
    release with their products.



    On 22 Mar 2004 01:04:12 -0800, [email protected] (Richard) wrote:

    >Just recently bought a "MICROSOFT WIRELESS OPTICAL DESKTOP BLUETOOTH
    >USB" to be able to communicate with my Z600 over bluetooth.





  3. #3
    Mauricio Freitas
    Guest

    Re: Bluetooth on Z600 with MS-dongle

    "Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Just recently bought a "MICROSOFT WIRELESS OPTICAL DESKTOP BLUETOOTH
    > USB" to be able to communicate with my Z600 over bluetooth.
    >
    > (Which has turned out to be a really bad idead, since MS-bluetooth
    > adapter really $uck$)
    >
    > Anyway, after I have installed Service Pack 2 Beta for XP, it works
    > better and I have been able to sync my Outlook with my phone etc.
    >
    > And now, finnally, to my question:
    >
    > I have "Bluetooth Network Connections" in "Network connections"
    > folder, however, it is disconnected. And my I am trying to add,
    > something, ie my phone, it doesn't show.
    > This because, as stated, "No Bluetooth network devices or computers
    > supporting Personal Area Network (PAN) services was found".
    >
    > Is this because of my phone? Or my Bluetooth adapter? Can I upgrade my
    > firmware in my phone to solve this? Is my Z600 able to provide this
    > service at all?
    > Or do have to wait for MS to realease another 'fix' for their dongle?
    >
    > Please, enlighten me!


    The Network Connection is one of the various services supported by your
    Bluetooth adapter. The mobile phone itself does not know and does not offer
    this service.

    The Network Access is used when you want to connect other computer or a
    Pocket PC to a LAN through your computer. It's like an ethernet adapter,
    simply put.

    Your phone supports headset, OBEX File Transfer, Serial, PIM Synchronisation
    and dial-up. These are the services you can use from your computer when
    connected to the phone.

    --
    Mauricio Freitas
    Handhelds, mobile: http://www.geekzone.co.nz
    Bluetooth guides: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=449
    Performance Centre (Pocket PC reviews):
    http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?ContentId=2028





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