How many simultaneous Bluetooth connections can I have?
I have purchased the Ipaq H6340 in order to reduce the number of devices I need whilst on the road. I have the Parrot CK3500 Bluetooth car kit and the Tom Tom Bluetooth Navigator.
I can connect one or the other but not both.
As I understood it, the bluetooth standard allows for multiple simultaneous connections.
Does anyone have a solution or have I just wasted a heap of cash on this gadget?
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Select the "Bluetooth" icon from the Today screen of your iPAQ h1940. Click on "Bluetooth Settings." Touch the "Turn on" button.
Select the "Accessibility" tab from the Bluetooth menu and select "Allow other devices to connect" and "All devices." Click "OK."
Click on the Bluetooth icon in the upper right-hand corner of your Mac. Click "Turn Bluetooth On."
Select "Set up Bluetooth Device" from the Bluetooth menu and click "Continue." Select "Any Device" and click "Continue."
Select your iPAQ h1940 from the list of devices and click "Continue." Input the passkey number from your Mac into your iPAQ.
Select the type of syncs you want with your iPAQ and Mac and click "Continue."
Select "Browse Device" from the Bluetooth menu on your Mac and select the iPAQ from the list. Click "Browse."
Add or remove files from your iPAQ h1940 by clicking on them and dragging them into a file on your iPAQ or on your Mac. Close the window when you are finished and select "Turn Bluetooth off" from the Bluetooth menu.
Click "Turn off" on the Bluetooth icon on your iPAQ h1940.
seem like all we get here are dead Ipaq.
why are you messing with this old device?
try a new battery, oops that costs money.
as does repairs on a device that has zero value.
why not mess with and old android phone, that has value.
ask here, be like only one playing Ipaq now.
i hope the ipaq is a windows based mobile, or what is also known as pocket PC. If am right, then it will not support .exe applications. Google your requirements specifying that your's is a Windows based mobile..
If after a hard reset the PDA doesn't give you back the sms folder, it is most likely to asume that a ROM reinstall must be done. If you have a USB sync cable, check the HP site and download the ROM version for your Ipaq. Carefull with the rom upgrade, it's a simple process but must be done with care and by the instructions given there.
From what I understand as an rx3715 owner, it can only connect with Bluetooth devices. The manual says it can connect directly to other devices that are Bluetooth enabled, and that implies that if it's not Bluetooth, it can't connect. My brother's laptop doesn't have Bluetooth and we couldn't get them to connect either.