I always manage to pair my sharp gx17 mobile with the PC via bluetooth. When I open Handset Manager (to manage my mobile) in my PC, it keeps saying 'trying to connect to the handset' and eventually it never connects. So I have a situation where the PC and mobile phone are recognizing each other but the Handset Manager (PC) does not connect to the mobile. Can you kindly help please?
If it's like the problem that I've had with a GX29, where I had "trying to connect with handset", The answer is "on your MOBILE PHONE" go to settings, connectivity, then PC software and select either "BLUETOOTH or DATA CABLE". I have just spent 2 days trying to solve this as I was trying to connect via a data cable and eventually discovered that my phone connectivity had been set to "BLUETOOTH". I would have thought that the handset manager softtware could have been written to inform the user of this error instead of waiting forever with the "TRYING TO CONNECT TO HANDSET" message. Hope that this helps.
Brian in Bonnie Scotland.
I had the same problem, and the solution is:
Open the Handset Manager, select Options->Interface Configuration, and in select the COM 4. Click Ok and see it connecting to the phone. It worked for me!!!
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hi i think u might have directly copied the games to ur phone's memory card via data cable doing so may result in the phone saying unsupported files but since ur phone is java supported and the games will work for sure u can install the games via bluetooth enabled laptop or even u can use a bluetooth dongle to install the games in ur mobile.To install the games in ur mobile via the dongle follow these steps:-
1.first plug in the bluetooth dongle in ur system and ur PC will detect it,as soon as it detects the device go to the START menu PROGRAMS ->ACCESSORIES->COMMUNICATIONS->BLUETOOTH TRANSFER WIZARD and click on the ur system bluetooth wizard 2.switch on ur mobile bluetooth and search for any paired device u will receive a prompt message as soon as ur system detects the mobile and will ask u to enter the password type the same password which the system will generate and ur mobile will be paired u can then select a game file and send it in ur mobile from the PC via the dongle as soon as the file is copied u will receive a message in the mobile to install it type yes and there u go the game will be installed. u can also try using another phone switch on the bluetooth device of the other phone and copy the file in the targeted phone via the bluetooth .was this useful to u if yes pls do rate my solution and u can also send ur views via the testimonials thanx fr visiting fixya with warm regards - bonefirediv.
if you have mobile internet, in the windows manager for the bluetooth- you would have to enable tethering on the phone (varies by provider!), then setup the device as a network connection in your bluetooth manager.
hi,first pair ur mobile with ur pc.then check whether the modem for bluetooth is being installed.after that go to network sharing centre. 1.click 'set up new network' 2.select 'dial up connection' then press 'next' 3.ur modem ll be shown,click 'standard modem over bluetooth' then 'next' 4.give the dial up number as *99# then leave other options you ve to configure ur modem first before doin this. 1.pair ur mobile with pc. 2.goto 'device manager' in 'system properties' 3.click on 'modem' u'l see ur mobile modem der 4.right click on it and select 'properties' 5.goto 'diagnostic' option and click 'query modem' 6.it ll check ur modem functionality and it ll show some msg like AT SUCCESS 7.then goto 'ADVANCED' menu 8.type AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","access point" in extra settings. 9.the access point change dependin upon the network 10. clilk ok NOW UR PC IS READY TO CONNECT INTERNET WITH MOBILE
by pair I assume you are referring to bluetooth. desktop manager does not allow you to pair via bluetooth for media transfer, it only allows for data like call logs and contacts. try using the usb cord and then if you have a memory card select mass sotrage if you do not use the media manager tab.
you can download the latest version of desktop manager right off blackberry's website for free
1. open bluttooth in settings,check the blutetooth box put visible to all. 2. pair wth the device select dropdawn box and press always recive. go to file manager select the file it will give options sevd via sms,bluetooth,email,mms etc. some software will term blutooth as beam, select and send . hope this helps you regareds : email@example.com