I use Bluetooth to synch to my Sanyo cell phone, so I would think you could do the same. I maintain my Contacts in Outlook and synch with my Palm. I then synch my Palm to my phone.
1. Make certain that your Contacts (in Outlook, Palm Desktop, or whatever you use as your source to feed data to your Palm) contains ALL the phone numbers you want in your phone.
2. If, like me, you have a lot of contacts and a limited number (500 in my case) of contacts that can be stored on your phone, you will want to erase all contacts on your phone first.
3. On your Palm, go to Preferences
4. Select Bluetooth -- Bluetooth should be ON, Discoverable (Yes) and Connectable (Yes)
5. Turn on your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone -- I believe the range is 20-30 feet but I have not tested that. When I synch, I have them both on my desk because I want to see that it is working.
6. Select Trusted Devices. Hopefully, your Palm will detect the cell phone. When it does, add your cell phone as a trusted device.
7. Select Contacts on your Palm and use the pull-down menu to select Send Category.
8. Select Bluetooth
9. Select your phone
10. Your phone will probably indicate that it is receiving data. You should soon have all phone numbers stored on your phone without using a direct-connect cable.
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The car kit has to be with the latest bluetooth applications, therefore it is difficult to make an answer, then precise the technical specification of the kit to ensure that this one can read MP3 with bluetooth.
(in the phone itself, you can select MP3, but the kit and the phone should have A2DP profil to be able to work).
By pairing your KU990 and another device, you can set up a passcode protected connection. This means your pairing is more secure. 1 Check your Bluetooth is On and Visible. You can change your visibility in the Settings menu. 2 Touch Paired Devices then New. 3 Your KU990 will search for devices. When the search is completed Refresh and Add will appear on screen. 4 Choose the device you want to pair with and enter the passcode then touch OK. 5 Your phone will then connect to the other device, on which you should enter the same passcode. 6 You passcode protected Bluetooth connection is now ready.
Using a Bluetooth headset 1 Check your Bluetooth is On and Visible. 2 Follow the instructions that came with your headset to place your headset in pairing mode and pair your devices. 3 Touch Yes to Connect now. Your KU990 will automatically switch to Headset profile.
If you have any questions you can try reading the manual here http://www.in.lge.com/Product/Manual/KU990.pdf
1.from off - press and hold the accept button - green button 2.while holding the accept button switch on - press and release microphone 3.when bluetooth indicator turns blinking red/blue, release the accept button. The kit is now in pairing mode. 4.while in pairing mode access phone and search for devices. 5.when the phone displays list of bluetooth devises select visorlite 6.when the phone asks for the password enter 0000 and OK.
the u600 has bluetooth, but has your PC, you will have a bluetooth logo in the toolbar (next to the clock in the bottom right) as long as its installed correctly (check your pc manual to see if it has bluetooth built in).
If not you need a bluetooth dongle to plug into the usb port (they are cheap)
you then check the phones manual about pairing put the phone in pairing mode, select your pc and enter a pin number. a window will pop up on your PC asking for the same pin number (it dose'nt matter what the number is as long as its the same on the phone and pc) the you can use the send by bluetooth option in the camera or photo screen of your phone to send it to your pc and it will appear in the received files folder...
best of luck
Curiously, my setup is also set to "do nothing" for some apps... but changes on the Palm for those apps are saved to the PC, as they show up in Palm Desktop.
First thing to do is BACK UP YOUR "GOOD" BACKUP DATA ON THE PC. It is easy to accidentally lose everything there, and they you're screwed. Default location is C:\Program Files\PalmOne\XXXXXX, where XXXXXX is the first six letters of your Palm's User ID.
Next thing: Check in PD; are your contacts there? If so, they should reappear on your Palm after a hard reset.
If that does not work, set the conduits to "synchronize" and try again.
Sadly, too many people find out about backups the hard way.