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  1. #1
    claire brookes
    Guest
    ok , forgive me if its been asked before (i have looked on both the net and
    this newsgroup) , and yes i am blonde if it turns out to be a simple answer
    lol

    i have a v525 with a trust bt120 bluetooth dongle , i istalled the dongle
    software and set my phone to be ready for any bluetooth connections , my p.c
    finds the phone (called claire) no problems , when i put a small picture
    (10k) into the bluetooth transfer folder or try to obex file transfer it i
    get a message saying "ftp cannot be established) , but if i go ito the
    windows xp network settings window i can get my phone to ring my home number
    using bluetooth so i know its there somewhere ?

    don't know if its important but i'll tell you anyway , my cable modem has
    a local area connection that is fine , my bluetooth connection also has a
    local area connection (3) but a red cross through it , i've turned off all
    my firewalls and virus checkers ect ?? don't suppose any of you guys can
    help please ??

    many thanks





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  2. #2
    Paul
    Guest

    Re: V525 Bluetooth settings

    Check the forum at www.moto.me.uk
    I had a similar problem that I resolved.


    "claire brookes" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > ok , forgive me if its been asked before (i have looked on both the net

    and
    > this newsgroup) , and yes i am blonde if it turns out to be a simple

    answer
    > lol
    >
    > i have a v525 with a trust bt120 bluetooth dongle , i istalled the dongle
    > software and set my phone to be ready for any bluetooth connections , my

    p.c
    > finds the phone (called claire) no problems , when i put a small picture
    > (10k) into the bluetooth transfer folder or try to obex file transfer it i
    > get a message saying "ftp cannot be established) , but if i go ito the
    > windows xp network settings window i can get my phone to ring my home

    number
    > using bluetooth so i know its there somewhere ?
    >
    > don't know if its important but i'll tell you anyway , my cable modem

    has
    > a local area connection that is fine , my bluetooth connection also has a
    > local area connection (3) but a red cross through it , i've turned off all
    > my firewalls and virus checkers ect ?? don't suppose any of you guys can
    > help please ??
    >
    > many thanks
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Paul
    Guest

    Re: V525 Bluetooth settings

    Check the forum at www.moto.me.uk
    I had a similar problem that I resolved.


    "claire brookes" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > ok , forgive me if its been asked before (i have looked on both the net

    and
    > this newsgroup) , and yes i am blonde if it turns out to be a simple

    answer
    > lol
    >
    > i have a v525 with a trust bt120 bluetooth dongle , i istalled the dongle
    > software and set my phone to be ready for any bluetooth connections , my

    p.c
    > finds the phone (called claire) no problems , when i put a small picture
    > (10k) into the bluetooth transfer folder or try to obex file transfer it i
    > get a message saying "ftp cannot be established) , but if i go ito the
    > windows xp network settings window i can get my phone to ring my home

    number
    > using bluetooth so i know its there somewhere ?
    >
    > don't know if its important but i'll tell you anyway , my cable modem

    has
    > a local area connection that is fine , my bluetooth connection also has a
    > local area connection (3) but a red cross through it , i've turned off all
    > my firewalls and virus checkers ect ?? don't suppose any of you guys can
    > help please ??
    >
    > many thanks
    >
    >






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