Question about Motorola Mobility DC800 Wireless Adapter
I worked on this problem for 3 days and finally the Netstubler software did it for me. Thanks a bunch!!
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
The DC800 is a Bluetooth A2DP device. It works on the 2.4 GHz range like WiFi, but it's not a WiFi device.
@marto: Most likely you do not have a stable Bluetooth connection. Move your DC800 away from other 2.4 GHz devices like WiFi access points and microwave ovens. Also don't put it on a metal shelf if you can avoid it, and reduce the number of objects between it and your laptop.
@chong06: You need a Bluetooth stack that supports A2DP (Bluetooth stereo audio) IVT BlueSoleil does, as does the Widcom Bluetooth stack. The DC800 will connect and pair like Bluetooth Stereo Headphones (note: not headset or hands-free - those are different profiles).
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
If this is an RF transmitter working within the WiFi range that might be your problem. First find out what channel you adapter is broadcasting on. Do this by logging into it. Then on your PC get a program called Netstumbler, and load it on your pc then turn on the program it will go out and find all of the access points around your area. It will also list the channels they are on. There are 14 channels but only three can be used channel 1 channel 6 and channel 11 find the channel that is least used and set you adapter to it. This should work. Let me know if this helps. Thank you, Shuttle83
Posted on Sep 12, 2007
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