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When you want a bluetooth device to connect to your computer's bluetooth receiver, you have to set up the 'password' (which you decide) on both your PC/laptop AND your external device (e.g. BT enabled mobile phone). Generally on the PC/laptop this will be via the drop down menus got by right clicking the BT symbol on your desktop and selecting 'properties' (or via the start menu listing for BT device etc). Then for example your mobile phone's BT menu, via its settings. Do this for each external device. Sometimes devices come with a preset passkey/pairing code which can be a default of 0000. Consult device documents. If the device has no preset then set it up to be the same as the one you set for your PC BT receiver. Test the link by sending (TX) a file to the external device & vice versa (receiving device must be set to receive FIRST)
I bought this great little laptop in part because of the bluetooth support. I wanted to use a BT mouse first, but I also wanted to use a bluetooth headset for voip applications.
I was not happy when I found that the machine didn't do the 'headset profile' because it only had the standard XP bluetooth stack. I called Sony on this several times and was told that "you might be able to find a 3rd party bluetooth stack" but they could give no further information.
I had poked around the web and found a Widcomm stack. But I couldn't get it to recognize the BT radio in my machine. I gave up for a year or 2.
I got inspired recently to take another shot. I had a version of Widcomm 5 from one of the several BT dongle's I'd bought. I copied that onto my machine.
I had to figure out what hardware this machine used. Somehow I figured out (or guessed) that it was Alps hardware. So the Widcomm stack I have should work, since it was also for an Alps based dongle.
I tweaked the btwusb.inf file in the widcomm installation software. If you look at this file, you'll see a lot of entries that include something like this:
I think that '3001' thing is a hardware identifier for another ALPS bluetooth radio.
I went into Device Manager and looked at the properties for my existing bluetooth radio. My hardware was
So.. 3007 instead of 3001.
I went through the btwusb.inf file, and for any line which contained
I copied the "3001" lines (there were several) and changed it to 3007 . At this point, I was able to use device manager to change the driver to the Widcomm stack.
Next I ran the Setup program in the widcomm software.
It loaded up just fine and I can now use my headset.
Same as where you pair the phones BT by making it available and then you used to make your headset or car stereo search as well by pressing a button on them ans do them both at the same time until they pair (sync) up..Never done a TV before-Mine is Wi-Fi, maybe it is BT. One thing about iphoes and pairing with blue tooth-I have had all the iphones and sometimes they take forever to find the other component-sometimes they sync in a second for the first time-never give up the intial time...I have spent an hour before and it was fine after that. Good luck!
Ensure that both devices are in discoverable mode.
Now on the computer go into the control panel and click on add a bluetooth device.
A wizard would start and it would guide you through the process. It will also recognize the device and give you the option to enable listening to audio through the bluetooth device. Once confirmed the headset would be configured with the computer
HI. You will need to privately request this driver. click the link below to be directed to the request page. Most of the information will be filled out for you. Just fill out the rest and click the send button on the bottom. Your drivers will be sent to your e-mail box. Open the email and click on the link or attachment to download and install your driver package. CLICK HERE
NOTE_ The driver e mail may be sent to your spam folder, so watch for that.
Do you have the Jabra bluetooth part that goes into your computer? You have to go to your phone settings under bluetooth and make it sync up. Your phone will sync, not your headset. You are trying to sync the wrong thing.