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  1. #1
    Tym
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    I'm having a spot of bother!!

    I have a little application which connects via BT virtual com port to
    a phone (tested with t610 and t39m) which reads the phonebook and then
    looks for an incoming call... ok - no rocket science there but....

    Trying to connect it to my p910i is impossible.

    Thre only appears to be 1 BT serial port, whereas on the other phones
    there were 2 - does this make a difference??

    I could use other phones as a modem by connecting via the virtual BT
    com port and it would accept all the standard AT commands - the p910i
    WILL NOT!!!!! With IR and Cable, there;s the coice of determining if
    the connection is PC Connect or Modem, but BT doesn't offer this. How
    on earth do you connect via BT to a p910i to access the serial
    ports???

    Tym



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  2. #2
    Oxygen Software
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    Re: P910i bluetooth serial ports

    Hello!

    > I have a little application which connects via BT virtual com port

    <...>
    > I could use other phones as a modem by connecting via the virtual BT
    > com port and it would accept all the standard AT commands - the p910i
    > WILL NOT!!!!! With IR and Cable, there;s the coice of determining if
    > the connection is PC Connect or Modem, but BT doesn't offer this. How
    > on earth do you connect via BT to a p910i to access the serial
    > ports???



    We can offer Oxygen Phone Manager II for Symbian OS phones (
    http://www.opm-2.com/symbian/ ). Using our application you can read your
    SonyEricsson P910i phonebook by bluetooth connection also. Our software uses
    special utility- OPMAgent which established bluetooth connection in other
    direction than usual: with our software you can establish incoming
    phonet-to-PC bluetooth connection, so you are using local COM port on your
    PC, but not the phone's resources. Correct OPMAgent for your phone is
    OPMAgent_UIQ.sis. You can always find it in 'Agent' subfolder after Oxygen
    Phone Manager II for Symbian OS phones installation. You can download the
    latest free trial version of Oxygen Phone Manager II for Symbian OS phones
    here: http://www.oxygensoftware.com/en/dow...p?ProductID=59

    Using this software you can manage your phonebook, agenda and gallery, save
    and delete all or selected phone messages or send new SMS messages from PC
    via phone.

    We support infrared and bluetooth connection for UIQ smartphones, including
    SonyEricsson P800, P900 and P910i models.

    If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
    Best regards, Maxim Vyalkov
    Oxygen Software - tools for your mobile phone.
    Oxygen Phone Manager II - all you want from your mobile phone.


    "Tym" <[email protected]> :
    news:[email protected]
    > I'm having a spot of bother!!
    >
    > I have a little application which connects via BT virtual com port to
    > a phone (tested with t610 and t39m) which reads the phonebook and then
    > looks for an incoming call... ok - no rocket science there but....
    >
    > Trying to connect it to my p910i is impossible.
    >
    > Thre only appears to be 1 BT serial port, whereas on the other phones
    > there were 2 - does this make a difference??
    >
    > I could use other phones as a modem by connecting via the virtual BT
    > com port and it would accept all the standard AT commands - the p910i
    > WILL NOT!!!!! With IR and Cable, there;s the coice of determining if
    > the connection is PC Connect or Modem, but BT doesn't offer this. How
    > on earth do you connect via BT to a p910i to access the serial
    > ports???
    >
    > Tym






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