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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 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
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
I had the same problem. Here's the fix:
Control panel- Hardware & Sounds- Manage Audio Devices (under Sound)- Select Bluetooth Stereo Audio as default (right click- default) and Enjoy!
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
We just solved a similar issue. Most likely your PC or laptop is currently set to a display resolution that is too high for the projector or is one that it cannot handle. Try setting your computer display to 640 x 480 or 800 x 600 and see if you can get the projector to work. If it does, then you can figure out the maximum display resolution you can use. Also consult your projector documentation for supported resolution modes.
For the PICO in particular, it looks like those are in general for small mobile devices (320 x 240 or less displays), and the PK102 model has native VGA (640 x 480) support with extended support for 800 x 600. You will not be able to use this on most modern computers except at the lowest resolution setting for the PC.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
You have to buy a 17€ converter.... here on my website, is a diagramm on the B chapter that explain a lot.
Here is the link to buy one converter
Posted on May 13, 2010
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1. Go to Settings - General
2. Tap on Bluetooth, if its Off, tap on it to turn it On.
3. Now put your bluetooth keyboard in pairing mode; usually a dedicated button or by holding the power button down for 5 secs.
4. Once you do this, your keyboard will show up under Devices and say Not Paired.
5. Tap on it, You will be prompted with a message to type a series of numbers on the bluetooth keyboard and then press Enter on the keyboard.
6. The keyboard should up under Devices and say Connected.
-If your keyboard has a volume controls and media player controls (ie play, next, pause, prev, volume, mute), they will all map in the system and work in iPod and Videos and control the system volume. These will also work when your in an app with the music in the background (ie Safari, Pages, Mail, Calendar, any of the native apps)
-The Internet Home button on some keyboards will act like the Home button. My Dell BT Keyboard w/media/internet controls works like this.
Go to Settings - General -Bluetooth, Tap on the arrow on your keyboard in the list. Tap on Forget this Device
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