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schnippy
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Posted: 2002-04-30 14:51
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What software can I use to sync outlook with my T68? I have the 3com card and the software really sucks
jh67
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Posted: 2002-05-01 18:14
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Well you have to use a synchronization-software,...the XTND-Connect.

You can read more about it here : (also direct links to download)
http://esato.com/board/viewtopic.php?topic=3497&forum=17&7

Heres a set-up to 3com bluetooth devices and synchronization :
http://www.yiapap.com/
Go to > "Bluetooth Blues"

Jan
dw
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Posted: 2002-05-02 20:45
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Heres a set-up to 3com bluetooth devices and synchronization :
http://www.yiapap.com/
Go to > "Bluetooth Blues"
Jan



I had the exact same prob. as this dude and following his
'tutorial' on how to make it work did the trick for me
now I can do everything except sending pictures and sound
from the phone to the PC. BT software do not seem to
listen on incoming objects and tmk there is no way of making it.

jh67
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Posted: 2002-05-02 20:55
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DW > My Anycom card doesnt support that part either of transferring pictures and melodies to the phone.

At least not at the current moment. Might be possible later on, according to Anycom.

Anycom's got a pretty good forum, where You can find out about a lot of stuff,..I use it quite a bit. Also found a complete set-up on XTND-connect and T68.
http://discuss.pocketnow.com/forumdisplay.php?s=&forumid=84

Jan
dw
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Posted: 2002-05-02 21:09
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On 2002-05-02 20:55, jh67 wrote:
DW > My Anycom card doesnt support that part either of transferring pictures and melodies to the phone.



I can send pictures&melodies TO the phone using 3com usb
everything works except sending them FROM the phone to the PC.
A possible solution would be if the phonebackup program was updated to backup your picture album and melodies. Another to make a filerecive program? If the coder of the cristersson programs read this forum perhaps he has some insight.
jh67
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Posted: 2002-05-03 18:07
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DW > Mikael Christersson is on the forum

I'm waiting for Anycom to come up with a solution/software on this too.

Jan
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Posted: 2002-05-06 15:15
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Nice to learn a little
jh67
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Posted: 2002-05-08 21:09
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GULLAK > Ja, man skulle jo gerne blive ldre med alderen,..hh klogere *G*

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Wings_Talons
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Posted: 2002-05-15 12:30
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Jan,

The bluetooth to avoid interference fluctuates 1600 times per second. Now when it switches frequencies, is there a set pattern in which it does this.. or does it do randomly? If it does randomly then how does it synchronize with the other bluetooth gadget which it is trying to connect and send the data to? What is the time lag, if any, in the communication between two BT items?

Is there a BT discussion forum that you know... like this SE Esato forum? Cheers buddy!
iriequicksigns
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Posted: 2002-05-29 08:09
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Is there anything that can be done to increase the range of the bluetooth devices that is similar to the homebrew Pringles can antenna that works on 802.11 ?
Jimak
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Posted: 2002-05-29 09:14
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Get external antenna for Bluetooth - I guess Toshiba has one for up to 50 metres ...
I have personally seen two notebooks sending data at distance of almost 30 metres with standard Nokia BT cards (DTL-4 prototypes). This depends much on the interference.

[ This Message was edited by: laffen on 2002-05-29 08:49 ]
StoneRoses
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Posted: 2002-06-19 08:24
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I used Socket Bluetooth CF Card (mainly for my iPAQ) with my Win-XP laptop (you need CF->PCMCIA Adaptor to do that). The card comes with Windows Driver and Software from DigiAnswer.

Socket BT Card and DigiAnswer BT Software Suite support OBEX Object Push so I can use it for sending background image and ringtone to T68, simply by drag and drop the files (.gif or .emy .imy) to the t68 icon in BT neighberhood.
Cr33pingD34th
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Posted: 2002-06-24 12:59
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I have my 3Com pcmcia bluetooth card in stalled on my Dell Laptop, running WinXP, I followed the Tut on yiapp. If have it working fine for outlook sync and file transfer. But i cannot set up a Dial up connection. I have installed the Modem, using the 3com install program. But the laptop cannot find the modem... Any tutorials out there for setting up dial up connections as i have tried following the 3com help, and it doesnt work....
please help
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GOwin
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Posted: 2002-07-21 02:28
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I was just reading about Bluetooth Profiles when two particular profiles piqued my interest.

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K3: Cordless Telephony Profile

Defines how Bluetooth can be used as wireless phone. Also describes how a Bluetooth-adapted cellular phone should switch to Bluetooth wireless phone-function when it comes within reach of a Bluetooth base station.

K4: Intercom Profile

This profile connects with K3. It defines how two Bluetooth- equipped cellular phones in the same network should be able to communicate directly with each other, without using the public telephone network. This function enables for instance interconnecting phones within an office.



what do you think of those two? very interesting e?

when do you think would mobile phone manufacturers put them in their phones?
arnoldc
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Posted: 2002-07-21 03:33
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Jan, your wait is over. version 2.0 of anycom software is available on their website. just download and installed it last night. problem solved.
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On 2002-05-03 18:07, jh67 wrote:
DW > Mikael Christersson is on the forum

I'm waiting for Anycom to come up with a solution/software on this too.

Jan

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