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I cannot connect to my pogo using the bluetooth facilities on my Advent 4211c. When I run diagnostics it says the printer is there, and even identifies the model number, but when I enter the Polaroid code - 6000 it fails to connect to the printer. What's wrong?

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  • adrianr04 Oct 05, 2009

    My computer is an Advent 4211C Sub-notebook, equipped with the Toshiba Bluetooth interface, and using the Toshiba Bluetooth Stack version 6.00.03. I was attempting to establish a connection to the device using the new connection wizard, and it would always fail, even when I entered the Polaroid supplied key.

    However, if I selected a JPEG image file, and then right-clicked on the file, one of the options was Bluetooth. By using this 'send file' capability, the first time it requested the PIN, 6000, and after entering it, the file transferred normally, and the printer then printed the file. Subsequent image file transfers operated in a similar fashion, with no need to re-enter the PIN.

    Note that even if the image file has the correct 3:2 apsect ratio, the printer will clip a few pixels top and bottom, as well as left and right. Equally, attempting to send a high-resolution file from either my 10Mp much less my 14Mp camera to the printer always results in a "File Transfer Failed" message - the answer is to down-size the image to something more manageable. Since the print is so small, a suitable image size is 900 x 600 pixels.


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Try Polaroide Passcode 6-0-0-0 when you connect.

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Try 6000 or 0000

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We took the batteries out of the phone and pogo when we put them back we got a connection and no further problems

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