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USB faster than bluetooth?

Is a sync via USB a lot faster than via bluetooth?

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Re: USB faster than bluetooth?

Yes, most definetly, USB sync way faster then Bluetooth.

Posted on Sep 15, 2005

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Yes, most definetly, USB sync way faster then Bluetooth.

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first you need microsoft active sync on your computer, this is for the drivers, then select wireless modem from program menu, option will be usb or bluetooth, select usb now connect phone to computer, it will show htc generic modem found , if driver is not installed it will be in c/program files/active sync.
now next create a dial up connection dialup no is *99# usually and connect.
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Unable to sync


Usually rebooting the phone will cure this, I presume you have switched the phone off, removed the battery and restarted?

make sure in
File--> connection settings
that usb and the port you have assigned to bluetooth is enabled
(all tick boxes checked)

try deleting the device from active sync
File--> Mobile device --> (select your device)
then go to
File --> Delete mobile device
make sure you have copies of any un-synced data as it may be lost but shouldn't.

If I remember rightly (dont have a touch to hand) also delete the link to the pc in the active sync window on the touch
Menu--> options (select the server name) Menu-->Delete

and re create the profile by plugging in the device.

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Assuming you are running Palm OS and not one of the rare beta Windows Mobile versions, here is my take on this.

Are you using a USB or Serial Sync cable? With either solution, make sure that the setting on the Palm Desktop Hotsync Manager is set to the correct setting (either USB, Serial, IR, etc). Conflicts between the cable type and the settings on your PC are common.

I prefer using USB cables since they are faster and you can tell if you are connected quicker than with a serial cable. Initiate the sync via your phone or the Palm Desktop Manager software. I have had faulty cable sync buttons and this was a good solution for me. If you haven't tried a new sync cable, you might want to.

Actually if you have time and a laptop, you can take your Treo to a Palm store and borrow one of their cables to try and sync. They were really helpful whenever I went in there.

Good luck.

Apr 26, 2008 | Palm Treo 650 Handheld

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Sync viewty to mac computer


Make sure u have Bluetooth Sharing ticked in ur Sharing preferences (in the 'Internet & Network' part of ur System preferences) when using Bluetooth file transfer method (the USB/Mass storage wasnt working)...this fixed my Blueetooth issues Woohoo!

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Pocket pc 3850


Set it up with what? Do you mean sync with your computer? Are you using USB or Bluetooth?

Best thing to do.

1. Unplug your USB connection from PPC -> Computer
2. Uninstall Activesync if you have it installed
3. Restart your computer
4. Re-install activesync
5. Restart your PPC
6. When asked to connect the PPC connect it via USB

Jan 06, 2008 | Compaq iPAQ H3850 Pocket PC

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Activesync via bluetooth


Click on Ipaq wireless
turn on the blutooth
Click on Manager
at the bottom click on new
and then click active sync via bluetooth and go from there

Jan 02, 2008 | HP iPAQ HX2490 Pocket PC

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USB faster than bluetooth?


Yes, most definetly, USB sync way faster then Bluetooth.

Sep 15, 2005 | Palm LifeDrive Mobile Manager Handheld

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Error message using IrComm port


Hi, Right click on hotsync manager at the bottom right corner of the pc , make sure only local serial and ir is having a check mark , if anything else has check mark , just go to that and do a left click , it will get unchecked . On the handheld tap on home , on the main page u will see hotsync icon , tap on that , on the hotsync page make sure via ir , and not cradle or cable , then at the top u will see hotsync in words , tap on that , in the drop down u will see lan sync pref, tap on that and make sure lan sync is highlighted , and not local hot sync , since local hotsync is usefull only when u perform cradle or cable hot sync using usb , then click on ok , try a hotsync . If this doesnt help and again u get the same error , do a soft reset on the handheld and on the pc , go into hotsync manager , click on setup , choose local , change the com port to a different port and reduce the speed to 9600 , click on ok restart the pc and again perform a hotsync . The error u got was coz of this , on ur pc a ir port is not been assigned .. Try this it should work .. Regards

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Sync via bluetooth


Does your USB adapter provide serial port connections ? I had the same issue with an USB adapter with a dedicated-to-phone software. I changed to MSI bluetooth adapter and then made a serial port available to COM5, then connect activesync to COM5. (make sure on the ipaq you create a shortcut "activesync connection" and pair with the bluetooth adapter.

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