Bluetooth

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Application Setup Guide

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1. FILE TRANSFER: PC TO PC...........................................................................................3 CHAPTER 2. FILE TRANSFER : PC TO POCKET PC (PDA) ...............................................................9 CHAPTER 3. OBJECT PUSH PROFILE ................................................................................................17 CHAPTER 4. DIAL-UP NETWORK PROFILE ACCESS INTERNET THROUGH PC ...............................22 CHAPTER 5. DIAL-UP NETWORK PROFILE ACCESS INTERNET THROUGH T39/T68 ......................28 CHAPTER 6. FAX PROFILE APPLICATION SETUP GUIDE .................................................................38 CHAPTER 7. NETWORK ACCESS PROFILE FOR WINDOWS 2000/XP ...............................................47 CHAPTER 8. NETWORK ACCESS SERVER SETTING FOR WINDOWS 98SE/ME ...............................59 CHAPTER 9. NETWORK ACCESS WITH BLUETOOTH ACCESS POINT ..............................................64 CHAPTER 10. SERIAL PORT PROFILE APPLICATION SETUP GUIDE .................................................71 CHAPTER 11. HCRP PROFILE: PRINTING OVER BLUETOOTH PRINTER ADAPTER ........................81 CHAPTER 12. PRINTER SHARING OVER BLUETOOTH LAP CONNECTION.......................................84 CHAPTER 13. ACTIVE SYNCHRONIZATION USING BLUETOOTH DEVICE .........................................95 CHAPTER 14. INFORMATION EXCHANGE PROFILE SETUP GUIDE .................................................107 CHAPTER 15. INFORMATION SYNCHRONIZATION PROFILE SETUP GUIDE .................................... 112 CHAPTER 16. AUDIO GATEWAY PROFILE APPLICATION SETUP GUIDE ......................................... 116 CHAPTER 17. HEADSET PROFILE APPLICATION SETUP GUIDE ..................................................... 119 CHAPTER 18. ADVANCED AUDIO DISTRIBUTION PROFILE APPLICATION SETUP GUIDE ..............123 CHAPTER 19. HUMAN INTERFACE DEVICE PROFILE APPLICATION SETUP GUIDE .......................127 METHOD 1 (BY BTW) ..................................................................................................................127 METHOD 2 (PUSH BUTTON ON THE DONGLE) ................................................................................129

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Chapter 1. File Transfer: PC To PC
The File Transfer service allows one Bluetooth device to perform file operations on the File Transfer directory. The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows 2000/XP/98SE/ME operating system. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port. All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

On Server (Remote device):
1. Right click on Bluetooth Configuration icon in the toolbars and select ‘Advanced Configuration’.

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Check the Computer name in the Identity content.(Users can rename the computer.) Then press OK.

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Select the Local Services tab and double click File Transfer item.

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Enter the desired path to set up the shared directory. Uncheck the Secure Connection to avoid the passkey requirement. Then Click on “OK”

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On Client (Local device):
1. Select the Client Applications tab and double click File Transfer content.

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Uncheck the Secure Connection to avoid the passkey requirement. Then Click on “OK”

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Double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range for searching.

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When searching is completed, you will see an icon, showing your computer name, in My Bluetooth Places window. Then double click that icon.

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Double click the File Transfer on MISSORI (computer name) icon and you will see the shared file list of the Remote device.

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Right click on file and select Copy option from the pop-up menu.

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Right click on the folder of the local device and select Paste.

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If the file transfer is finished, it means the receipt from the remote device to the local device works well. Conversely, if the file transfer the local device to the remote device also works well, it means the transmission is successful.

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Chapter 2. File Transfer : PC To Pocket PC (PDA)
To transfer files to another device, use the Bluetooth File Transfer application installed on your device. The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows 2000/XP/98SE/ME OS. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port. Tested equipment: HP Jornada PDA 568. Tested equipment: ANYCOM Bluetooth Compact Flash Card CF-2000. All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

Send/Receive File from Pocket PC to PC Receive File from PC to Pocket PC
1. Plug-in Compact Flash Card to Jornada PDA. (Note: Please ensure to install Bluetooth software properly.) 2. On the Pocket PC, click on Start -> Programs and tap Bluetooth File Transfer icon.

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3. Tap Search button in Bluetooth File Transfer window for search.

4. When searching is completed, you will see a HP-SAMBA icon in Bluetooth File Transfer Window. Then tap HP-SAMBA icon and tap Connect button.

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5. Choose a file in file list and tap Get button.

6. If the file transfer is finished, it means the receipt from the PC to Pocket PC works well.

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Send File from Pocket PC to PC
1. Repeat step 1~5 and tap Put button, instead of choosing Get button.

2. Select File Type item of ‘Type’. (Using All files) Then click any file.

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3. If the file transfer is finished, it means the sent from the Pocket PC to PC works well.

PC sent/receive files to/from Pocket PC
1. Double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range for search.

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2. When searching is completed, you will see an Anycom Bluetooth Card icon in My Bluetooth Places Window. Then double click Anycom Bluetooth Card icon.

3. Double click the OBEX File Transfer icon and you will see the Anycom Bluetooth Card shared file list.

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4. Right click on file and select Copy.

5. Right click on the folder of the local PC and select Paste.

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6. If the file transfer is finished, it means the receipt from Pocket PC to PC works well. Conversely, if the file transfer from the PC to Pocket PC also works well, it means the transmission is successful.

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Chapter 3. Object Push Profile
The Object Push Profile allows one Bluetooth device to perform file operations on the File Transfer directory. The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows 2000/XP/98SE/ME operating system. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port. Tested equipment: 3COM Bluetooth Wireless PC card version 2.0 3CRWB6096. All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

Send File using 3COM Bluetooth Device
1. Double click Bluetooth Connection Manager in desktop and click Refresh to search Bluetooth Device.

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Refresh

2. When searching is completed, you will see the remote device icons in Bluetooth Connection Manager Window. Select a remote device and double click it.

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3. Double click the Send File icon and the Send File window pops up. Then select a file and click Open button.

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4. If the file transfer is finished, it means the transmission from the Local PC using 3COM Bluetooth Device to the remote device using Dongle works well. When BTW received the file, it will save the file in the Bluetooth exchange folder location, which define in Local Services PIM Item Transfer General tab Received items.

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Chapter 4. Dial-Up Network Profile Access Internet Through PC
The procedure is described to access Internet and emails through PC. The configuration is as A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows 2000/XP/98SE/ME operating system. A built-in or external Modem was installed.
Ensure the modem is installed first before operating Dial-Up Network function.

Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

On Server (Remote device):
1. Verify that the modem of the PC works well. On server, open My Bluetooth Places, click on My Device, and verify that the status of the My Dial-Up Networking service shows “Started”.

2. Right click on My Dial-Up Networking, and select Properties to ensure the modem is installed and can be used to dial out.

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3. Right click on Bluetooth Configuration icon in the toolbars and select ‘Advance Configuration’.

4. Check the Computer name in the Identity content. (Users can rename the computer.) Then, press OK.

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On Client (Local device)
1. Double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range for searching.

2. When searching is completed, you will see an icon, showing your computer name, in My Bluetooth Places window. Then double click that icon.
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3. Double click the Dial-up Networking icon and then dialog window pops up.

4. Fill in your ISP user name, password and phone number to be dialed up, and then press Dial.

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5. Connection completed.

Dial-up Network Completed

6. Double click the connection icon and the Bluetooth Connection Status Window pops up. You can verify the connection status.

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You can now open a web browser and connect to the Internet.

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Chapter 5. Dial-Up Network Profile Access Internet Through T39/T68
The procedure is described to access Internet and emails through PC and the Ericsson Bluetooth enabled phone. The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows 2000/XP/98SE/ME operating system. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port. Tested equipment: the Ericsson T39m/T68 Bluetooth-enabled cell phone.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

To search PC from T39/T68, users should initiate Pairing and then start connection. I.) Initiate Pairing: 1. PC side: Right click on Bluetooth Configuration icon in the toolbars and select ‘Advance Configuration’. Check the Computer name in the Identity content. (Users can rename the computer.) Then, press OK.

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Computer name: Replace from MISSOURI to the name of your own PC

2. T39/T68 side: In T39/T68 menu select ‘Extras’->’Bluetooth’->’Discover’, the screen will display Searching for a few seconds. 3. In this period, you will see the device name in the screen of T39/T68. Then select that device and you will see Passkey Request in screen. Enter the Passkey (you could input your own passkey) and press YES 4. Then on the PC, Bluetooth Authorization Requested message will prompt. Click it and you will see a Bluetooth Passkey Request Window. Then enter the Passkey same as just set in T39/T68.

5. A paring succeeded massage will display in phone screen and save the device name in T39/T68.
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II.) Start connection: 1. In T39/T68 menu select ‘Extras’->’Bluetooth’->’Discoverable’ and enter the phone name (Default: T39m/T68). Then press YES. 2. On the PC, double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range.

3. When searching is completed, you will see a ‘T39m’ icon in My Bluetooth Places window. Then double click T39m icon.

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4. Double click the Dial-up Networking icon and then a dialog window pops up.

5. Enter the user name, password and phone number ISP provided, then press Dial.

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6. Connection completed.

Dial-up Network Completed

7. Double click the connection icon and then Bluetooth Connection Status Window will pop up. You can verify the connection status.

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To search T39/T68 from PC, users should also initiate Pairing and then start connection. I.) Initiate Pairing: 1. In T39/T68 menu select ‘Extras’->’Bluetooth’->’Paired devices’->’Add device’->’Phone accepts’, the screen will display Ready to pair for a few seconds. 2. On PC, double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range.

3. When searching is completed, you will see a ‘T39m’ icon in My Bluetooth Places window. Then double click T39m icon.

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4. You will see ‘Add to paired device?’ in T39m/T68 and press YES. Then enter the passkey in T39m/T68. 5. Then on the PC, Bluetooth Authorization Requested message will prompt. Click it and you will see a Bluetooth Passkey Request Window. Then enter the Passkey same as just set in T39/T68. A pairing succeeded message will display in T39m/T68, and save the device name in T39m/T68.

II.) Start Connection: 1. In T39/T68 menu select ‘Extras’->’Bluetooth’->’Discoverable’ and enter the phone name (Default: T39m/T68). Then press YES. 2. On the PC, double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range.

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3. When searching is completed, you will see a ‘T39m’ icon in My Bluetooth Places window. Then double click T39m icon.

4. Double click the Dial-up Networking icon and then a dialog window pops up.

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5. Enter the user name, password and phone number ISP provided, then press Dial.

6. Connection completed.

Dial-up Network Completed

7. Double click the connection icon and then Bluetooth Connection Status window will pop up. You can verify the connection status.

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Chapter 6. FAX Profile Application Setup Guide
The procedure is described for using BTW to wirelessly send faxes using a BTW fax server that has an attached fax modem. The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows 2000/XP/98SE/ME operating system. A built-in or external Fax Modem was installed. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port.
Ensure the Fax modem is installed first before operating Fax function.

Some versions of the Windows OS require dedicated Fax software in order to send and receive faxes. This document exploits the MS Fax software that is built into Windows 2000/XP to obviate the need for 3rd party fax software.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

I.) On the Server (Remote device)
1. Verify that the modem of the PC works well. On server, open My Bluetooth Places, click on My Device, and verify that the status of the My Fax service shows “Started”.

2. Right click on My Fax, and select Properties to ensure the modem is installed and can be used to dial out.

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3. Right click on Bluetooth Configuration icon in the toolbars and select ‘Advance Configuration’. Check the Computer name in the Identity content. (Users can rename the computer.) Then, press OK.

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II.) Verify Correct Setup of the Fax Server:
Setup for both Client (local device) and Server (remote device): Procedures for client and server are the same except item 3 described below. Note: In order to verify correct setup on your server, open My Bluetooth Places, click on My Device, and verify that the status of the Fax service shows “Started.” 1. To Open Fax Service Manager, Click START, point to All Programs -> Accessories -> Communications->Fax, then click Fax Console and Fax Configuration Wizard Window pops up. Then Click Next.

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2. Enter sender information that will appear on fax cover pages and Click Next.

3. (a) For Fax Server with real modem: Select the real Modem device and Mark "Enable send". Then click Next.

(b) For Client device:
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Select the Bluetooth Fax Modem and Mark "Enable send". Then click Next.

4. Key in the TSID of fax server and then click Next.

5. Click Finish, then the Fax Console Window will display the information.
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III.) Start Connection for Fax on Client: Note: Sending a fax from Server device doesn’t need to start the connection, only directly start the faxing procedure described in the last paragraph.
1. Double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range. When searching is completed, you will see an icon, showing your computer name, in My Bluetooth Places window. Then, double click that icon.

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2. Double click the Fax icon and you will see the connection message.

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3. Click OK.

4. Connection completed.

IV.) Send a fax:
You are now ready to open a file to send a fax. You can use the Fax device that is provided by Microsoft.
This device acts just like a printer. Simply use the Print… item from any application and choose the predefined Fax device instead of your normal printer. Then, click Print.

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Chapter 7. Network Access Profile For Windows 2000/XP
The Network Access service permits a Bluetooth client to use a Local Area Network connection that is physically attached to another Bluetooth device (the server). The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows 2000/XP operating system. (Client devices can also work under Windows 98SE/ME operating system.) Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port. Bluetooth-enabled computers that have a hardwired Ethernet connection. Stand-alone Bluetooth Network Access Points. For 3COM Bluetooth Wireless PC card version 2.0 3CRWB6096, the procedures are described in the second part of this guide.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

To access network via Remote device from Local device, users should setup Internet Sharing on server side (remote device) first, and then start Connection on local device: I.) Setup Internet Sharing on server side (remote device): 1. Verify the Internet connection via the wired Ethernet LAN card of the PC works well. 2. Right click on Bluetooth Configuration icon and then select ‘Advanced Configuration’. Check the Computer name in the Identity content. (Users can rename the computer.) Then, press OK.

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3. Click START, point to Control Panel and then select Network and Internet Connections.

4. Click Network Connections.
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5. Right click on Local Area Connection icon and select Properties.

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6. Select Advanced tab and enable ‘Allow other network users to connect through this computer’s Internet connection’ in the Internet Connection Sharing content. Then press OK. So, the setup for Remote device is done.

II.) Start Connection on local device: 1. Double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range.

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2. When searching is completed, you will see an icon showing the computer name you set for Remote device in My Bluetooth Places Window. Then, double click that icon. (For re-search: right click, and select Refresh.)

3. Double click the Network Access icon and the dialog window will pop up.

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4. Enter Bluetooth PIN Code and then click ‘OK’

5. After keying in the same PIN Code again at Remote device, the access network connection is complete. At this moment, Bluetooth Configuration icon in the toolbars will turn to green color.

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Network Access Profile for 3COM
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Setup Internet Sharing on server side (remote device):
Refer to step 1-6 of setup Internet sharing on server side for Windows XP in the first part of this guide.

II.) Setup on client side (local device): 1. Double click Bluetooth Connection Manager in desktop and click Refresh to search Bluetooth Device.

2. When searching is completed, you will see the remote device icons in Bluetooth Connection
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Manager Window. Select a remote device and double click it.

III.) Setup Lan Access Profile Setting: 1. Click COM Ports and Bluetooth COM Ports Window pops up. Then select “3COM Bluetooth LAN Client (COM7)” port and click Edit button.

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2. Click “Select now” radio button and select a remote device. (e.g. HP-SAMBA) Then click OK button.

3. Click Close button.
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4. Click START, point to Control Panel and then select Network and Internet Connections.

5. Click Network Connections.
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6. Double click the 3Com Bluetooth LAN Access Client icon.

7. Click Dial button.
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8. Connection completed.

Connection Completed

9. Double click the connection icon and the 3Com Bluetooth LAN Access Client Status window pops up. You can verify the connection status.

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Chapter 8. Network Access Server Setting For Windows 98SE/ME
If users want to use LAN Access function in Windows 98SE and Windows Me, users need to install the Internet Protocol routing software and follow the Network Access Server settings. Users should get Internet Protocol routing software from provider, e.g. WinRoute Lite 4.1.25 1. 2. Right click on My Network Places icon in desktop and select Properties. Click the Configuration tab in the Network window and select TCP/IP->Bluetooth LAN Access Server Driver entry and then click the Properties button.

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Choose specify an IP address tab. Enter IP Address “192.168.1.1” (or an IP address supplied by network administrator). Enter Subnet Mask “255.255.255.0” (or an IP address supplied by network administrator). Then click OK.

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Confirm the setting in the dialog box of system. The setting will be saved after restarting the PC. Double click WinRoute Lite icon and select Settings tab.

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Click 2nd network adapter (T1, cable modem, DSL, LAN,DirecPC, etc.) radio button.

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Select correct Network adapter for Internet connection. Then click Settings button.

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Choose DHCP tab and select the correct Adapter that will act as a DHCP server (Using Bluetooth PAN Driver adapter)

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Check “Enable DHCP server” box and assign IP addresses to clients in range. Then click OK.

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Chapter 9. Network Access With Bluetooth Access Point
The Network Access service permits a Bluetooth client to use a Local Area Network connection that is physically attached to another Bluetooth device (the server). The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows 2000/XP operating system. (Client devices can also work under Windows 98SE/ME operating system.) Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port. Stand-alone Bluetooth Network Access Point.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

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Setup Internet Sharing on server side (remote device):
Using a PC plugged in Ethernet network to configured Bluetooth Network Access Point (EX: BT3021) with wired Ethernet network. First, opening Locator.exe and then click Scan button to find out AP in Ethernet network. Second, click Web button to configure AP. (Note: PC LAN card must have the same IP domain with AP at this moment. If not, please configure your PC LAN card.)

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Third, please enter User name and Password setup in AP ‘s configuration pages.
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After opening AP’s website, click Bluetooth page.

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Then, you can setup Passkey that clients need to enter for accessing AP network.
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II.) Setup on client side (local device): 1. Double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range.

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2. When searching is completed, you will see the remote device icons. Select BT Access point and double click it.

3. Double click the LAN access using PPP icon.

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Then BT Access Point will ask you to enter PIN code.

5. Key in Bluetooth PIN Code, that is the same with your BT Access point setup. And then click OK to continue.

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When Connect BluetoothNullConnection dialog pops up, click Connect to continue.
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Wait for Verifying.

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Then the client is connected to AP successfully.

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9. Double click the connection icon and the BluetoothNullConnection Status window pops up. You can verify the connection status.

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Chapter 10. Serial Port Profile Application Setup Guide
The Bluetooth Serial Port service allows two Bluetooth devices to establish a wireless connection through virtual communications ports and then use that connection as if it were a hardwired serial cable between the devices. The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows 2000/XP/98SE/ME OS. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port. The application on the server must be configured to use the correct communications port.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

On the Server (Remote device)
1. Right click on Bluetooth Configuration icon in the toolbars and select ‘Advance Configuration’.

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2. Check the Computer name in the Identity content. (Users can rename the computer.) Then, press OK.

3. Select Local Services tab and double-click the Bluetooth Serial Port Service to check its Service Properties dialog window with COM Port item. The Service Properties dialog window shows the communications port that the connection is using. (e.g.COM5)

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On the Client (Local device)
Right click on Bluetooth Configuration icon in the toolbars and select ‘Advance Configuration’. Then select Client Applications tab and check COM Port item of Bluetooth Serial Port. (e.g.COM7)

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Start Connection on Client:
1. Double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range.

2. When searching is completed, you will see an icon, showing your computer name, in My Bluetooth Places Window. Then double click that icon. (ex: MISSOURI)

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3. Double click the Bluetooth Serial Port icon and you will see the connection message.

4. Click OK.

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5. Connection completed.

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Hyper Terminal connection using Bluetooth Serial Port Profile I.) On Server (Remote Device)
To establish a Bluetooth serial port connection:
1. Click START, point to All Programs -> Accessories -> Communications. Click Hyper Terminal. Enter a name and choose an icon for the connection and click OK.

2. Select COM Port item of ‘Connect using’. (Using COM5 for Server)

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3. Select Baud Rate item of ‘Bits per second’. (e.g.115200 or any)

4. Server with Hyper Terminal setting completed.

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II.) On Client (Local Device)
1. Click START, point to All Programs -> Accessories -> Communications, and than click Hyper Terminal. Enter a name and choose an icon for the connection and click OK.

2. Select COM Port item of ‘Connect using’. (Using COM7 for Client)

3. Select Baud Rate item of ‘Bits per second’. (e.g.115200 same as the Server Side)

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4. Client with Hyper Terminal setting completed.

When connection completed, you can ask remote device to chat using Hyper Terminal and send file or receive file.

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Chapter 11. HCRP Profile: Printing over Bluetooth Printer Adapter
The procedure is described how to use EPSON Stylus COLOR860 (Printer with USB port) with BRIGHTCOM BIC2102 (HCRP printer adapter over Bluetooth). The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows XP/2000/98SE/ME operating system. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port. Tested equipment: EPSON Stylus COLOR860 (Printer with USB port) / BRIGHTCOM BIC2102 HCRP printer adapter. The printer must be set up correctly, powered up, and loaded with paper.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

Make Connection to your HCRP printer adapter
1. Double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range for searching.

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2. When searching is completed, you will see your printer (BIC2102-BRIGHTCOM) icon in My Bluetooth Places Window. Then double click icon to open the printer properties windows.

3. If this is the first time you’re using this printer, system will notice you to install driver first. Click OK to install the printer driver.

4. You can use the properties window to set the printing style you want. Click Print Test Page to test the printer is install well.

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5. Click OK when you finish printing test page.

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Chapter 12. Printer Sharing Over Bluetooth LAP connection
The procedure is described how to use general printers without Bluetooth-enabled devices for printer sharing over Bluetooth. The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows XP/2000/98SE/ME operating system. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port. Printer sharing is especially for general printers without Bluetooth-enabled devices, and is also for HP deskjet 995C(Bluetooth-enabled inkjet printer) / MPI BT printer adapter. The printer must be set up correctly, powered up, and loaded with paper.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

Install Print Driver on Server Side
Install the HP 995C print drivers from the CD that was supplied with the printer. Consult the printer manuals if you require assistance. Verify that the printer using USB port. 1. Click START, point to Control Panel and select Printers and Other Hardware icon.

2. Click Printers and Faxes icon in the Printers and Other Hardware Window.
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3. Right click on hp deskjet 995c series icon and select Properties.

4. Click on the Sharing tab in the Properties dialog and select the “Share this printer” radio button. Then enter the Share name. In this example, Share name is hp4.

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5. Click on the General tab in the Properties dialog and enter Location information “\\user\hp4” (Full Computer Name:user, Share Name:hp4), Please refer to following steps to get “Full Computer Name”

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How to get Full Computer Name
1. Click START, highlight Control Panel and then select Performance and Maintenance icon.

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Click System icon in the Performance and Maintenance Window. Then System Properties dialog will pop up.

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Select Computer Name tab and Full computer name will be shown on the screen.

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In Client (Local) Side
Create a LAN Access Profile connection with server that has printer sharing. Please refer to LAN Access application setup guide for details.

How to add a Network printer
1. Click START, select Control Panel and then choose Printers and Other Hardware icon.

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Click Printers and Faxes icon in the Printers and Other Hardware Window.

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Click on Add a Printer button. This will activate the Add Printer Wizard as shown below.

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In “Add Printer Wizard”, click on Next> to continue.

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Check the box entitled “ A Network printer, or a printer attached to another computer” radio button. Then click on “Next>” to continue.

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Check the box entitled “Connect to this printer…” radio button and enter the Name \\t-user\hp4 (printer sharing name).

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Install printer driver if sharing name of printer has been found. Select the “Yes” button to continue.

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Click on “Finish” to complete.

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10. Review settings on the “Completing the Add Printer Wizard” page. 11. You are now ready to open a file and print to the remote Bluetooth device.

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Chapter 13. Active Synchronization Using Bluetooth Device
Active Synchronization allows users to create a partnership between Bluetooth device and PDA. After you create a partnership, the user can use ActiveSync to keep information up-to-date on both devices. The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows 2000/XP/98SE/ME OS. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port. Tested equipment: HP Jornada PDA 568. Tested equipment: ANYCOM Bluetooth Compact Flash Card CF-2000.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

On PC Side
1. To verify active synchronization between Pocket PC and PC using USB port. 2. Right click the Bluetooth Configuration icon and select ‘Advance Configuration’. Select Local Services tab and check COM Port item of Bluetooth Serial Port.(e.g.COM5)

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3. Double click Microsoft ActiveSync in desktop. Choose File and select Delete Partnership.

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4. Click YES.

5. Then click File and choose Connection Setting

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6. Enable Allow serial cable or infrared connection to this COM port and choose COM Port item (e.g. COM5). Disable Allow USB connection with this desktop computer. Then click OK.

On Pocket PC (Jornada) Side
1. Plug-in Compact Flash Card to Jornada Pocket PC. (Note: Please ensure to install Bluetooth software properly.) 2. On the Pocket PC, click on Start -> Programs and tap Bluetooth Wizard icon.

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3. Select Serial Port Connection icon and tap Next.

4. Select COM6 and tap Next.

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5. Select “Show all devices” radio button and click Search Again button.

6. When searching is completed, you will see the Bluetooth device in Bluetooth Wizard Window. Then select HP-SAMBA/Bluetooth Serial Port item and click Next.
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7. Click Finish.

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8. Click on Start -> ActiveSync and click Tools -> Options.

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9. Select BTActiveSync (COM6) item of ‘Enable synchronization when cradled using:’ then click OK.

10. Click on Start -> BT ActiveSync. It is trying to connect with PC.

11. When Pocket PC is connecting to PC, the PC will display the Set Up a Partnership window. Then click “Yes” radio button and click Next.
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12. Click “Yes, I want to synchronize with only this computer” radio button and click Next.

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13. Select the type of information you want to synchronize. Then click Next.

14. Click Finish.

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15. When complete the setting between Pocket PC and PC, the function of ActiveSync starts to process.

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Chapter 14. Information Exchange Profile Setup Guide
The Information Exchange service provides a way to send, receive or exchange an object (Microsoft Outlook items) to and from another Bluetooth device. The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows XP/2000/98SE/ME OS. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port. Supported Outlook items are Business cards (*.vcf & *.vcd), Calendar (*.vcs), Notes (*.vnt) and Messages (*.vmg). Microsoft Outlook 2000 or above is the only PIM supported in this release.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

I.) Setup for both Client (local device) and Server (remote device):
1. From the Windows System Tray, Right click the Bluetooth Configuration icon, Point to Advance Configuration, then Select Local Services tab. Double click the PIM Item transfer.

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2. In the Business card requests content, select the "Choose a business card as needed" option
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to allow remote devices to obtain your business card.

3. In the Received items content, you can set the ‘Bluetooth exchange folder location’ as you wish. Just browse a folder location you want and then click ‘OK’ to change it. 4. For Business Cards, E-mail, Calendar Items, Notes and All Other Types, if it is selected as ‘Save to Folder’, the related information for above item will be saved at the ‘Bluetooth exchange folder location’. Otherwise, if it is selected as ‘Do Not Accept’, the related information will not be saved. 5. Business Cards and E-mail has another solution to save the related information to ‘Outlook Express’, if it is selected as ‘Outlook Express ‘.

II.) Start Information Exchange:
1. Double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range to search. 2. When searching is completed, you will see several remote devices and then double click the desired remote device in My Bluetooth Places window. (e.g. HP-555)

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3. Right click on PIM Item Transfer icon and you will see the option list. Then choose the
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operation that you need. For example, choose ‘Exchange Business Cards’ to operate.

4. Thus, based on above concepts, users can operate 3 types of information exchange: Send (sending an object to another device) Receive (requesting an object from another device) Exchange (sending a client object and receiving a server object) (Note: Some other Bluetooth products may do not support "Receive" and "Exchange" functions.)

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Chapter 15. Information Synchronization Profile Setup Guide
The Information Synchronization service is used to synchronize a Personal Information Manager (PIM) database between a Bluetooth client and server. The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows XP/2000/98SE/ME operating system. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port. Bluetooth supports synchronization with devices that support IrMC v1.1 and exchange the v2.1 vCard format in Windows system. Four data types are supported: Business cards (default, enabled), Calendar items (default, disabled), Email messages (default, disabled) and Notes (default, disabled) PIM just only supports Microsoft Outlook 2000 or above via Bluetooth in Windows system.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

I.) Setup for both Client (local device) and Server (remote device):
1. Right click on Bluetooth Configuration icon in toolbars, point to Advance Configuration, and then select Local Services tab, double click PIM Synchronization.

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2. In Synchronization content, select ‘Synchronize Outlook Express’ or ‘Do Not Synchronize’
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item as you need for each item separately.

II.) Start Information Synchronization:
1. Double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range. 2. When searching is completed, you will see several remote devices and double click the desired remote device in My Bluetooth Places Window. (e.g. COMPAQ)

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3. Double click the PIM Synchronization icon. After PIN code authenticated, a dialog box displays synchronization progress. 4. The connection will close automatically when synchronization is finished.
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Chapter 16. Audio Gateway Profile Application Setup Guide
The Bluetooth audio Gateway service allows this computer to use a remote Bluetooth device’s microphone and speakers as this computer’s input/output. For example, if this computer has voice recognition capabilities, a Bluetooth headset might be used as the audio input device. The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows 2000/XP/98SE/ME OS. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

On the Server (Remote device)
Power on the Bluetooth audio supported device, verify this device is in paring mode. Consult the headset manuals if you require assistance.

On the Client (Local device) Start Connection for Audio Gateway on Client:
1. Double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range.

2. When searching is completed, you will see an icon, showing your computer name in My Bluetooth Places Window. Then, double click that icon. (ex: BT)
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3. Double click the Audio Gateway icon and you will see the connection message.

4. If any security check windows show, key in the PIN code for your headset device. Then Connection completed.
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Check Audio Gateway I.) On Server (Remote Device)
Make sound from your audio device

II.) On Client (Local Device)
Open the Volume control windows. Control the Volume to higher level

When connection completed, you can hear sound from your computer speaker.

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Chapter 17. Headset Profile Application Setup Guide
The Bluetooth HSP Profile allows the computer uses a remote Bluetooth Headset (supports HSP profile) as its voices output. For example, if this computer has voice recognition capabilities, a Bluetooth headset might be used as the audio output device. The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows 2000/XP/98SE/ME OS. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

On the Server (Remote device)
Power on the headset (Ex: BT3061), verify this device is in paring mode. Consult the headset manuals if you require assistance. (Server side could be a Dongle, too)

On the Client (Local device) Start Connection for Headset on Client:
1. Double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range.

2. When searching is completed, you will see an icon, showing your computer name, in My Bluetooth Places window. Then, double click that icon. (Ex: BT 3061)
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3. Double click the Bluetooth Headset icon and you will see the connection message.

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4. If any security check windows show, key in the PIN code. For BT3061, default PIN code is 1111. (Consult the headset manuals if you require assistance.) Then Connection is completed.

Check Headset profile using Media Player program I.) On Server (Remote Device)
Make sound from your headset device and listening.

II.) On Client (Local Device)
1. Click START, point to All Programs -> Accessories -> Entertainment. Click Windows Media Player and then choose one WAV file to Play .

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When connection is completed, you can hear sound from your headset. (or Server Dongle side)

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Chapter 18. Advanced Audio Distribution Profile Application Setup Guide
The Bluetooth A2DP Profile allows the computer uses a remote Bluetooth Headset (supports A2DP profile) as its voices output. For example, if this computer has voice recognition capabilities, a Bluetooth headset might be used as the audio output device. The configuration is as follows: A desktop or laptop PC with an USB interface and the Windows 2000/XP OS. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

On the Server (Remote device)
Power on the BT Headset (supports A2DP profile), verify this device is in paring mode. Consult the headset manuals if you require assistance.

On the Client (Local device) Start Connection for Headset on Client:
1. Double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click View devices in range.

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2. When searching is completed, you will see an icon, showing your computer name, in My Bluetooth Places window. Then, double click that icon.

3. Double click the Bluetooth Headset icon and you will see the connection message.

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4. If any security check windows show, key in the PIN code. (Consult the headset manuals if you require assistance.) Then Connection is completed.

Check A2DP profile using Media Player program I.) On Server (Remote Device)
Make sound from your headset device and listening.

II.) On Client (Local Device)
4. Click START, point to All Programs -> Accessories -> Entertainment. Click Windows Media Player and then choose one WAV file to Play .

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When connection is completed, you can hear sound from your headset.

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Chapter 19. Human Interface Device Profile Application Setup Guide
The procedure is described how to use Bluetooth keyboard via HID profile. The configuration is as follows: (Bluetooth mouse have the same procedures) A desktop or laptop PC with Windows XP/2000/98SE/ME operating system. Attached USB Dongle on PC USB port. Tested equipment: Bluetooth keyboard. The keyboard must be powered up correctly.
All pictures were captured under Windows XP (English version only). For other OS, the picture may be slightly different.

Make connection to Bluetooth Keyboard and Mouse Method 1 (By BTW)
Take Bluetooth keyboard for example 1. Make sure Bluetooth keyboard is on discover mode.

2. Double click My Bluetooth Places in desktop and click Entire Bluetooth Neighborhood for searching. 3. When searching is completed, you will see Bluetooth keyboard (BCM2040 Keyboard) icon.

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4. Double click icon on ‘BCM2040 Keyboard’ icon. It will pop-up a window for asking to allow to connect to HID or not. 5. Click “Yes” to connect to the Human Interface Device. If it is Bluetooth keyboard, it will ask you enter a serial numbers by Bluetooth keyboard, then press enter. If it is Bluetooth mouse, it will ask you click “OK” button by Bluetooth mouse. If it is paired successfully, you could start to use Bluetooth keyboard.

6. It also could work on the DOS mode. After PC restarted, it will still work.

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* Only for Button Dongle User

Method 2 (Push button on the Dongle)
Note: If you are a Windows XP Service Pack 2 user, please install BTW first as above. Otherwise the button function can’t work. 1. Make sure Bluetooth keyboard/mouse is on discover mode 2. Push button on the Dongle about 3 seconds until LED start to flash slowly 3. Dongle tries to connect to Bluetooth keyboard/mouse 4. After connecting to Bluetooth keyboard/mouse successfully (LED is static ON), it also could work on the DOS mode and even PC was restarted 5. If keyboard/mouse still doesn’t work, please repeat step 1~4.

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