[access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop

Hi Steve and all -

Yes, each time I boot up my laptop, and my phone has Bluetooth turned on, it 
connects to PCSuite, this is all very fine, but how do I make use of 'mass 
storage' now that the options to select from don't come up on the phone, the 
way they did when I connected via USB? -

Andy
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Steve Nutt" <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, May 19, 2008 10:42 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop


| Hi Andy,
|
| Not necessarily.  Once you have paired the phone with the laptop, they
| should automatically talk together.  It matters not which order.  In fact,
| once you pair, PC Suite should even connect to your phone automatically.
|
| All the best
|
| Steve
|
| -----Original Message-----
| From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf 
Of
| Andy Collins
| Sent: Monday 19 May 2008 20:05
| To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
| Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop
|
| Hi Steve -
|
| Am I right in thinking that it matters which device does the search 
process;
|
| by that I mean, if I do what you said, this will pair the phone with the
| laptop, which is fine for using PCSuite, but when it comes to wanting to 
use
|
| the phone as a modem, then don't I need to search for the phone from the
| laptop, and not the other way around? -
|
| Andy
| ----- Original Message ----- 
| From: "Steve Nutt" <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
| To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
| Sent: Monday, May 19, 2008 7:26 PM
| Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop
|
|
|| Hi Andy,
||
|| Go into Bluetooth on your phone. Go right to Paired Devices.  Options. 
New
|| Paired Device. Select More Devices, and let your phone search for 
devices.
|| When it finds your oaptop, pair them together with the same code.  This
| can
|| be any code you like, but the two must agree. Finally, back in the phone,
|| find your Laptop in the list of paired devices, then Options, Authorise
|| connection.  Once done, the phone will not ask any more for your
| permission
|| to connect.
||
|| All the best
||
|| Steve
||
|| -----Original Message-----
|| From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
| Of
|| Andy Collins
|| Sent: Monday 19 May 2008 16:49
|| To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
|| Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop
||
|| Hi all -
||
|| I'm still needing help, although Thanks To Chris I have moved on just a
|| touch!
||
|| Having uninstalled everything to do with PCSuite and reinstalled it, I
| have
|| now been able to make a Bluetooth connection between my N91 and PCSuite.
| So
|| now, when I have Bluetooth turned on, and I boot up the laptop, I no
| longer
|| get the wizard popping up asking for a driver, hurray! What happens now,
| is
|| that I get a message on the phone asking  me if I want to allow the 
laptop
|| to connect, I press soft key one to accept, and then a few seconds later,
| I
|| get the same message again, and when I press soft key one again, it seems
| to
||
|| then be ok.
||
|| From here, I then tried to use the N91 as a modem, by going to 
'Networking
|| and Sharing' in 'Control Panel.' When I clicked on make new connection,
| and
|| then 'dial up' I was shown 2 items, the first said "standard modem over
|| Bluetooth button 6" and the second was the Motorola modem, this I
| understand
||
|| to be the built in modem; my N91 wasn't listed. I clicked on the 
"standard
|| over Bluetooth" and entered *99# for the phone number, the T-Mobile user
|| name and connection name, and pressed the connect button; again, I got a
|| message from my phone asking me if I wanted to allow a connection from 
the
|| laptop, and I said yes. I could see with JFW that the laptop said
| "dialling
|| T-Mobile" and below that on the screen was the message "registering your
|| computer on the network" and eventually a message came up saying that the
|| attempt had failed. When I clicked on the diagnose button, it told me
|| "Windows did not find any problems with this computer's network
| connection."
||
|| One of the things that confuses me, is that when the phone flashes up 
that
|| message asking if I want to allow the connection from the laptop, and I
|| press key one to say yes, the phone then says connecting to laptop, 0
|| percent, and that screen doesn't change!
||
|| I guess I also need to understand why I couldn't see my N91 as a modem in
|| that list that had the Motorola and that standard over Bluetooth[I'm
|| uncertain as to what this latter actually means]
||
|| I also need to know if the above looks as if I've done everything right?
||
|| I'm bearing in mind that T-Mobile told me that because I'm on PAYG, I can
|| not use my N91 as a modem, but as John Gallagher who is also on this 
basic
|| contract is able too, and my experience when talking to network providers
| is
||
|| that they don't always know what they are talking about, I'm still 
hopeful
|| that I can get this to work!
||
|| Thanks for any further help -
||
|| Andy
||
|| ----- Original Message ----- 
|| From: "Chris Hallsworth" <christopherhallsworth71@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
|| To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
|| Sent: Sunday, May 18, 2008 10:35 PM
|| Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop
||
||
||| Ok Andy. In Programmes and Features, remove everything that is to do 
with
||| PCSuite, such as Nokia Connectivity Cable Drivers, Nokia PCSuite, and PC
||| Connectivity Solutions. Once they've all been removed, restart your PC
| and
||| reinstall PCSuite. This should take care of the problem I hope! Good
| luck.
|||
||| --
||| Why not join my Blind Hobbyist group? To join, send a blank message to
||| blind-hobbyist-subscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Thanks, Chris
||| ----- Original Message ----- 
||| From: "Andy Collins" <andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
||| To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
||| Sent: Friday, May 16, 2008 6:37 PM
||| Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop
|||
|||
||| > Hi Chris -
||| >
||| > Then I'm at the end of the line with this, I've tried everything, but
| it
||| > looks like that driver[whatever it is[ that the hardware wizard keeps
||| > asking
||| > for is the important missing ingredient; it send me to the Nokia sight
||| > telling me to download the Nokia phone driver, but like I've said
|| before,
||| > when I look for N91 drivers on the Nokia website, it tells me they are
|| all
||| > in the latest version of PCSuite, which I already have installed, so I
||| > just
||| > go round in circles! -
||| >
||| > Andy
||| > ----- Original Message ----- 
||| > From: "Chris Hallsworth" <christopherhallsworth71@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
||| > To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
||| > Sent: Friday, May 16, 2008 5:22 PM
||| > Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop
||| >
||| >
||| > | Hi Andy, you do not select anything fron this list; it just shows 
you
||| > what
||| > | bluetooth devices are installed. This is a similar thing with the
||| > generic
||| > | Microsoft drivers, except that it's a list view. Hope that helps.
||| > |
||| > | --
||| > | Why not join my Blind Hobbyist group? To join, send a blank message
| to
||| > | blind-hobbyist-subscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Thanks, Chris
||| > | ----- Original Message ----- 
||| > | From: "Andy Collins" <andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
||| > | To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
||| > | Sent: Friday, May 16, 2008 4:08 PM
||| > | Subject: [access-uk] Bluetooth on my laptop
||| > |
||| > |
||| > | > Hi all -
||| > | >
||| > | > under the hardware tab for Bluetooth on my laptop, I have the
||| > following:
||| > | >
||| > | > list box:
||| > | >
||| > | > Microsoft Bluetooth enumerator Bluetooth radios
||| > | >
||| > | > HP integrated module with Bluetooth 2.0 wireless technology
|| Bluetooth
||| > | > radios.
||| > | >
||| > | > I think the Microsoft one was selected by default, but should I
|| select
||| > the
||| > | > HP one instead as this is an HP laptop? -
||| > | >
||| > | > Andy
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