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Step 1: A Bluetooth dongle is an external Bluetooth device used to enable your PC's Bluetooth connection. Many Bluetooth dongles come without installation disks since the software is pre-programmed into the actual USB stick. These Bluetooth dongles are very useful on netbooks that don't have Bluetooth connection, since netbooks have no CD-Rom drives. Turn on your PC. Insert the USB Bluetooth dongle into the USB port on your desktop tower, or the USB ports located on the perimeter of your laptop. Wait for the program to auto run. Once you connect your dongle, the driver program should launch. Follow the onscreen prompts to install the dongle. A dialogue box should open that says "Installing Drivers" from the taskbar. Allow the driver to install completely before closing the box. Unplug the dongle and restart your PC. Once the PC has been switched on, insert the dongle. Double-click "My Bluetooth Places." This is the Bluetooth icon located in your taskbar, and it should launch the "Initial Bluetooth Configuration Wizard." Click "Next" on the first screen. Next, type in the name of your computer and select your computer type from the drop-down menu, then click "Next." Click "Skip" on the onscreen prompts, then finish. Pairing the Devices Turn on your external Bluetooth device. Double-click "My Bluetooth Places." Select "Find Bluetooth Devices." The name your Bluetooth device should display in the next window. Right click the icon for your Bluetooth device, and scroll down to "Pair Device." Enter the Bluetooth pin code for your external device in the "Bluetooth Pin Code Request" pop-up window. Then click "OK." The default pin code is normally "0000" or "12345." You can find your pin code in your user manual. If you are pairing a cell phone to your PC, you will have to enter the same pin code on your cell phone to establish the Bluetooth connection.
The headset you have is a bluetooth model. In order for you to connect this headset to your computer, you'll have to have a bluetooth connection on your computer. If you don't have it, you'll have to purchase an adapter. If you do, sync up the device to your computer and tell Windows to use the headset as the default speaker/microphone. Usually, the headset won't have the capability to do this, but it just might.
you connect via a usb cable or bluetooth which is a wireless connection. if you have tried connecting with a usb cable, what happens? If the device cannot be seen or recognized by your pc the most common reason is that you dont see a device you plugged in is that you dont have the proper drivers installed on your pc. See what error meesages you get, and troubleshoot! Are you saying your internet connection on your PC is via vodafone usb dongle? This should not affect your ability to connect a mobile phone via a usb cable which should work without being connected to the internet. Its all a question of hsving the correct drivers, but some software wont work with the dongle software, which has to be uninstalled. Troubleshoot for the correct drivers them get technical help from micromax
Yes, laptops can be connected to either a cellphone or another laptop using bluetooth device. Your laptop has an optional bluetooth adapter. If you didn't get that feature, you can buy a USB bluetooth adapter dongle. Click here to see a sample.
I believe this is a Bluetooth headset, have you tried replacing the batteries? If yes, try to delete the existing Bluetooth connection and try to create/add a new connection. 70% chance it will work, if not, the headsets need to be replaced.
This device, according to the Jabra website, is intended only for phones, not PC's. The PC is searching for a driver in order to know how to communicate with the device. Since the VBT2050 does not have the necessary software contained within itself, the PC starts searching for device drivers. There are none that I could find on the Jabra website, so I don't think it is intended to be used with a PC.
Stereo earphone report the number of incoming calls remote control self-photographing song switching/pause redial of the last number connect with mobile phone hold down the power button until the red and blue lights flash alternatively.open bluetooth of the mobile phone to search bluetooth model.Click connection. http://www.thewishbuy.com/charmsonic
Normally you setup a passkey or use 0000 or 9999 as a passkey.
The question is, does that pop up when you try to connect a USB device? Do you get that when you try to install the dongle? (That shouldn't happen). If you are trying to connect a PDA or cell phone, you setup the passkey for the connecting device on the computer then type it in to the PDA or mobile phone. If you are trying to connect a bluetooth headset, then you use whatever code is from the manufactorer. Normally this is 0000 or 9999.