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Need help in configuring? 2 Bluetooth Hardware...
Link | by on 2008-11-24 21:35:45
I'm not pretty sure if this section of the forums is the place where can i ask for this kind of things... anyways here is my problem...

My dad bought me a Sony's DR-BT140QP Bluetooth Headset and my mother bought logitec LBT-AT100C2 (Its a wireless audio transmitter) now the problem is dont know where to start? (Im using a Vaio S54b and 1st gen ITouch for testing)

can someone enlighten me on this?


Re: Need help in configuring? 2 Bluetooth Hardware...
Link | by on 2008-11-27 01:28:36
You must try first to detect the devices to each other by its default signals. If you're trying to use a laptop to a testing phase, try to go to the Wireless Configuration of your laptop. But be sure you just install the bluetooth driver of your laptop.

Try to use the default connection. After setting it up, be sure you just enable the option to accept any hands-free devices like mic, headset, cellphones, etc.

After that, try to go to your My Bluetooth Devices that is located inside the My Computer. If you didn't find it in there, you didn't install or run the Bluetooth devices in your laptop.

The next thing you will do after entering the My Bluetooth Devices, let your computer to scan nearby devices using bluetooth connection by clicking the "View Devices In Range" label. But after doing it, turn-on first your bluetooth devices. Now you will see the devices in those list. Just click one of the to start.


Re: Need help in configuring? 2 Bluetooth Hardware...
Link | by on 2008-11-27 06:15:36 (edited 2008-11-27 06:28:58)
Ive done it... paired both BT devices... now the problem is
i cant pair it to my nokia 5310xpressmusic it ask me for some passcode... damn im new to this bluetooth thingy...

im a fan of the deadly infared type cellphones XD

EDIT:
nevermind... did some research... the passcode is 0000


Re: Need help in configuring? 2 Bluetooth Hardware...
Link | by on 2008-11-28 03:56:22
Hehehehe! I will give an explanation about that passcode that you just done as a token of your hard research. ^_^

Although that passcode is just only a confirmation key that when your cellphone receives a access signal from a certain bluetooth device (example: laptop and other cellphones with bluetooth devices). When your laptop ask your cellphone to have a connection with each other (possibly for file transfer, accessing files, editing files, or copying an MP3s), your cellphone automatically sence that signal and ask a confirmation number. For example, the confirmation number that you type in your cellphone is 555, you must type 555 as your confirmation number to your laptop. After accepting the same passcodes to each other, the device now have some sort of connection with each other. ^_^

Infrared doesn't have that because it is only a short range connection unlike bluetooth. But some infrared devices uses some sort of identification pattern in order to bride up a supported devices.

I hope I just give you a simple hint. But if there are some mistakes that I had type or written in here, just correct me if I'm wrong. ^_^


Re: Need help in configuring? 2 Bluetooth Hardware...
Link | by on 2008-11-28 06:17:00
Hahaha... thx...
My cell + itouch + BT headset are now connected w/ each other...

well can you recommend me some bluetooth audio transmitter for the ipod??? i think my itouch's audio transmitter is busted (turns off every 3 minutes... damn)...


Re: Need help in configuring? 2 Bluetooth Hardware...
Link | by on 2008-11-29 04:34:34
I don't know what Audio Transfer you need. Although if your problem is your ipod's transmitter, better to check if your IPOD is causing the problem or the audio transfer itself. But if you like to transfer your file, try your computer instead using your usb port.


Re: Need help in configuring? 2 Bluetooth Hardware...
Link | by on 2008-11-29 05:46:58
Im sure that it is the BT audio transmitter... The light that tells the device that it is on (its a bluelight) is disappearing (cant think of any term right now hahaha)

BT Audio transmitter is like a err... a wireless connector for bluetooth head phones (i think you got the meaning of BT audio transmitter wrong)


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