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  1. #1
    Richard Davies
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    Hi all

    I have a 6310i on Orange PAYG. It's got an older version of firmware (V
    5.22), which I intend to have flashed to the later, more competent versions.

    I use MS Outlook XP a lot and want to be able to synchronise my Contacts AND
    Calendar (Tasks, Appointments etc) via a Bluetooth dongle. I have 2
    questions:

    1. Can someone recommend a good value and competent Bluetooth USB adapter
    for me to buy online (a respectable store if possible but I don't mind
    buying from eBay if I have to)
    2. Would I need to use a 3rd party piece of software for the above
    requirements? I don't want to do anything like send texts from my computer
    or change the display, and would rather not have to purchase software if I
    don't have to

    Thanks in advance

    Richard





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  2. #2
    Simon Plumb
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    Re: 6310i Bluetooth question

    I can recommend the Belkin dongle. Superb! Under 50 but a little more
    expensive than some of them.


    "Richard Davies" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:0EyVb.1310$Y%[email protected]
    > Hi all
    >
    > I have a 6310i on Orange PAYG. It's got an older version of firmware (V
    > 5.22), which I intend to have flashed to the later, more competent

    versions.
    >
    > I use MS Outlook XP a lot and want to be able to synchronise my Contacts

    AND
    > Calendar (Tasks, Appointments etc) via a Bluetooth dongle. I have 2
    > questions:
    >
    > 1. Can someone recommend a good value and competent Bluetooth USB adapter
    > for me to buy online (a respectable store if possible but I don't mind
    > buying from eBay if I have to)
    > 2. Would I need to use a 3rd party piece of software for the above
    > requirements? I don't want to do anything like send texts from my computer
    > or change the display, and would rather not have to purchase software if I
    > don't have to
    >
    > Thanks in advance
    >
    > Richard
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Richard Davies
    Guest

    Re: 6310i Bluetooth question


    > I can recommend the Belkin dongle. Superb! Under 50 but a little more
    > expensive than some of them.
    >


    Thanks for this. What makes it stand out against all the others?

    I'll be using it with Windows XP so I need one which has drivers that cause
    as little headaches as possible. Is this the case with the Belkin dongle?

    Cheers

    Richard





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