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Installation Guide
Bluetooth® Wireless USB Adapter
GBU241W6/341W6
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PKG NO. M0418
Welcome
Thank you for purchasing one of the most feature-rich Bluetooth® to USB adapters available. IOGEAR’s
Bluetooth® to USB adapters are first-rate wireless connectivity accessories designed to help reduce
the frustration of dealing with cable glut in your home or office. These adapters allow computers with
USB connections to become Bluetooth enabled computers. They comply to Bluetooth® 2.0 and USB
1.1 specifications, and provide users with a 2.1Mbps data rate. They also enable wireless Personal
Area Network (PAN) connectivity to Bluetooth enabled devices such as PDA’s, printers, cellular phones,
computers, etc.
We hope you enjoy using your IOGEAR Bluetooth® to USB adapter, another connectivity solution from
IOGEAR.
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Table of Contents
Package Contents
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Installing a Bluetooth Stereo Headphone
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Features
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Using a Bluetooth Stereo Headphone as
Headset on your PC
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System Requirements
Introduction
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Software Installation
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Hardware Installation
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Installing the Bluetooth Mouse
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Disabling Bluetooth Mouse
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Installing a Bluetooth Enabled PDA
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Installing a Bluetooth GPS
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Installing a Bluetooth Headset
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Installing a Bluetooth Printer Adapter
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Technical Support
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Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) Statement
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CE Steatement
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Limited Warranty
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Contact
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Package Contents
• 1 USB Bluetooth® Adapter
• 1 Installation CD
• 1 Quick Start Guide
• 1 Warranty/Registration Card
If any items are damaged or missing, please contact your dealer.
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Features
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Eliminates cables between your computers
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Controls and communicates with Bluetooth enabled devices
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Enables wireless Personal Area Network (PAN) connectivity
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Bluetooth® specification 2.0 compliant
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USB specification 1.1 compliant
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Up to 20 meter (66 feet) wireless working distance for GBU241W6, up to 100 meter (330 feet) for GBU341W6
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Up to 2.1 Mbps, 3x faster than 1.2
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Small form factor makes it easy to carry and place
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Crisp, easy, and fast installation and setup
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Built-in security to assure the privacy of your communication – Pairing, Encryption, and Authentication
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Transfer data between your cell phone and PC.
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PC and Mac compatible
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System Requirements
Hardware Requirement:
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Available USB port
Operating System:
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For PCs: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
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For Macs: OS X v10.3.9 or later
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Introduction
IOGEAR®’s GBU241W6 Wireless Bluetooth® to USB Adapter is a class 2 device with a wireless working distance
of 60 feet (20 meters), GBU341W6 is a class 1 device with a wireless working distance of 330 feet (100 meters).
This device allows any computer with USB connections to become a Bluetooth enabled computer. It complies with
Bluetooth® 2.0 and USB 1.1 specifications, and provides users with a 2.1 Mbps data transfer rate at ranges up to
66 feet for GBU241W6, and 330 feet for GBU341W6. It also enables wireless Personal Area Network (PAN)
connectivity to Bluetooth enabled devices such as PDA’s, printers, cellular phones, computers, etc.
The Wireless Bluetooth® to USB adapter is compatible with both PC and Mac. It is easy to install and use, and
very portable. Another great solution from IOGEAR® for home and mobile networking needs.
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Software Installation
2. The InstallShield Wizard for the BlueSoleil
software will appear. Click Next to continue.
Windows XP
1. Insert the driver CD into an available CD drive
on your computer. Select the language you
would like to use for the installation and click
OK.
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4. Please choose if you want to have shortcut on
Startup folder and Desktop, and then click Next
to continue. (We suggest you leave it as default
to avoid mistaken setting.)
3. If you agree to the terms of the license
agreement, click on the “I accept the terms
in the license agreement” and click Next to
continue.
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5. Click Change if you would like to change
the directory that the Bluetooth software is
installed to. Click Next when you are ready
to continue.
6. If you have set everything correctly, simply
click Install to begin the installation process.
Otherwise, please click Back to review the
setup.
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7. After the BlueSoleil software has completely
installed, you will need to restart your
computer to begin using the software.
Windows Vista
1. Insert the driver CD into an available CD drive
on your computer. Select the language you
would like to use for the installation and click
OK.
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2. The InstallShield Wizard for the BlueSoleil
software will appear. Click Next to continue.
3. If you agree to the terms of the license
agreement, click on the “I accept the
terms in the license agreement” and
click Next to continue.
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5. If you have set everything correctly, simply
click Install to begin the installation process.
Otherwise, please click Back to review the
setup.
4. Click Change if you would like to change
the directory that the Bluetooth software is
installed to. Otherwise, click Next when you
are ready to continue.
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6. After the BlueSoleil software has completely
installed, you will need to restart your
computer to begin using the software.
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Hardware Installation
1. After restarting you will be presented with
the main BlueSoleil window. At the bottom
of the window will be a message asking
you to insert a Bluetooth device. Insert the
Bluetooth® adapter into an available USB
port on your computer now.
2. On Windows XP, you will see a message
bubble appear in the lower right corner of
your screen as drivers are loaded for the
Bluetooth® adapter.
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4. As the Bluetooth network is established,
you may see a warning from any firewall
software you have installed. Make sure you
unblock the BlueSoleil software or you may
experience problems with networking.
3. When the drivers have completely loaded,
the BlueSoleil software will ask you for the
name and type of your computer so that
other Bluetooth devices can correctly identify
it. Press OK when you are done entering this
information.
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2. On Windows Vista, you will see a
message bubble appear in the lower
right corner of your screen as drivers
are loaded for the Bluetooth® adapter.
Windows Vista
1. After your computer is restarted, double
click the BlueSoliel icon on your desktop to
start the BlueSoleil software. Then you will
be presented with the main BlueSoleil
window. At the bottom of the window
will be a message asking you to insert a
Bluetooth device. Insert the Bluetooth®
adapter into an available USB port on your
computer now.
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3. When the drivers are completely loaded,
the BlueSoleil software will ask you for the
name and the device type of your computer
so that other Bluetooth devices can
correctly identify it. Press OK when you are
done entering this information.
4. As the Bluetooth network is established,
you may see a warning from any firewall
software you have installed. Make sure you
unblock the BlueSoleil software or you may
experience problems with networking.
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Installing the Bluetooth Mouse
Windows XP
2. If the device requires authentication, rightclick on the Bluetooth mouse icon and
choose Pair Device.
1. To connect to a Bluetooth mouse, make
sure the device is in discoverable mode and
click the orange orb to search for nearby
Bluetooth devices. If the device cannot
be found, refer to your Bluetooth mouse’s
documentation for instructions on making it
discoverable.
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3. Then enter the passkey found in the device’s
documentation and click Ok.
green and a link should appear between your
mouse and the orb. If this is the first time you
have used a Bluetooth mouse there will be a
brief pause while drivers are loaded, but your
mouse should now be ready to use. You can
close the BlueSoleil window and your mouse
will continue to work.
4. Double-click on the mouse to discover what
Bluetooth features it supports. You will see
the Bluetooth Human Interface Device (HID)
icon light up at the top of the BlueSoleil
window. Click once on the HID icon to
connect to your mouse. The icon should turn
green and a link should appear between your
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2. If the device requires authentication, rightclick on the Bluetooth mouse icon and
choose Pair Device.
Windows Vista
1. To connect to a Bluetooth mouse, make
sure the device is in discoverable mode and
click the orange orb to search for nearby
Bluetooth devices. If the device cannot
be found, refer to your Bluetooth mouse’s
documentation for instructions on making it
discoverable.
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3. Then enter the passkey found in the
device’s documentation and click Ok.
should turn green and a link should appear
between your mouse and the orb. If this
is the first time you have used a Bluetooth
mouse there will be a brief pause while
drivers are loaded, but your mouse should
now be ready to use. You can close the
BlueSoleil window and your mouse will
continue to work.
4. Double-click on the mouse to discover
what Bluetooth features it supports. You
will see the Bluetooth Human Interface
Device (HID) icon light up at the top of the
BlueSoleil window. Click once on the HID
icon to connect to your mouse. The icon
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Disabling Bluetooth Mouse
2. You will see a list of any HID devices you
have connected to. Select the mouse and
click Unplug.
Windows XP
1. If you would like to stop the mouse from
automatically connecting when it is turned
on, you will need to “unplug” it. You can
do this by pulling down the Tools menu,
selecting Configurations and then Unplug
HID.
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3. Then you will see the Bluetooth mouse is
cleared from the list, then simply click Ok to
finished the unplug process.
Windows Vista
1. If you would like to stop the mouse from
automatically connecting when it is turned
on, you will need to “unplug” it. You can do
this by pulling down the Tools menu, selecting
Configurations and then Unplug HID.
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2. You will see a list of any HID devices you
have connected to. Select the mouse and
click Unplug.
3. Then you will see the Bluetooth mouse is
cleared from the list, then simply click Ok
to finished the unplug process. .
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Installing a Bluetooth Enabled PDA
Windows XP
2. If the device requires authentication, rightclick on the PDA icon and choose Pair
Device.
1. To connect to a PDA device, make sure
the device is in discoverable mode and
click the orange orb to search for nearby
Bluetooth devices. If the device cannot be
found, refer to your PDA’s documentation
for instructions on making it discoverable.
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3. Then enter the passkey found in the
device’s documentation and click Ok.
COM port number has been assigned to
the PDA. If your PDA software does not
have an auto-detect feature, you may need
to manually select the COM port number
shown here in the software preferences.
Click Yes to allow your PDA software to
start the connection on its own.
4. Double-click on the PDA icon to discover
what services are offered by the device.
The icon for Bluetooth Serial Port should
light up. Click this icon to connect to the
PDA. A window will appear, showing which
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5. The icon should turn green and a link
should appear between your PDA and
the orb.
6. After the Bluetooth Serial Port Service is
activated, you can now use your own PDA
software (For example: Nokia PC Suite) to
synchronized your PDA. Please select the
same serial port number as shown on Step
4 (COM5 in this example) if your software
asks you which COM port to use for
synchronization.
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Windows Vista
2. If the device requires authentication, rightclick on the PDA icon and choose Pair
Device.
1. To connect to a PDA device, make sure the
device is in discoverable mode and click the
orange orb to search for nearby Bluetooth
devices. If the device cannot be found, refer
to your PDA’s documentation for instructions
on making it discoverable.
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3. Then enter the passkey found in the device’s
documentation and click Ok.
port number has been assigned to the PDA.
If your PDA software does not have an autodetect feature, you may need to manually
select the COM port number shown here in
the software preferences. Click Yes to allow
your PDA software to start the connection
on its own.
4. Double-click on the PDA icon to discover
what services are offered by the device. The
icon for Bluetooth Serial Port should light
up. Click this icon to connect to the PDA.
A window will appear, showing which COM
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5. The icon should turn green and a link should
appear between your PDA and the orb.
6. After the Bluetooth Serial Port Service is
activated, you can now use your own PDA
software (For example: Nokia PC Suite) to
synchronized your PDA. Please select the
same serial port number as shown on Step
4 (COM8 in this example) if your software
asks you which COM port to use for
synchronization.
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Installing a Bluetooth GPS
Windows XP
2. If the device requires authentication, rightclick on the GPS icon and choose Pair
Device.
1. To connect to a GPS device, make sure the
device is in discoverable mode and click the
orange orb to search for nearby Bluetooth
devices. If the device cannot be found, refer
to your GPS’ documentation for instructions
on making it discoverable.
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A window will appear, showing which COM
port number has been assigned to the GPS.
If your GPS software does not have an autodetect feature, you may need to manually
select the COM port number shown here in
the software preferences. Click Yes to allow
your GPS software to start the connection
on its own.
3. Then enter the passkey found in the device’s
documentation and click Ok.
4. Double-click on the GPS icon to discover
what services are offered by the device. The
icon for Bluetooth Serial Port should light
up. Click this icon to connect to the GPS.
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Windows Vista
5. The icon should turn green and a link should
appear between your GPS and the orb.
1. To connect to a GPS device, make sure the
device is in discoverable mode and click the
orange orb to search for nearby Bluetooth
devices. If the device cannot be found, refer
to your GPS’ documentation for instructions
on making it discoverable.
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2. If the device requires authentication, rightclick on the GPS icon and choose Pair
Device.
3. Then enter the passkey found in the device’s
documentation and click Ok.
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4. Double-click on the GPS icon to discover
what services are offered by the device. The
icon for Bluetooth Serial Port should light
up. Click this icon to connect to the GPS.
A window will appear, showing which COM
port number has been assigned to the GPS.
If your GPS software does not have an autodetect feature, you may need to manually
select the COM port number shown here in
the software preferences. Click Yes to allow
your GPS software to start the connection
on its own.
5. The icon should turn green and a link should
appear between your GPS and the orb.
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Installing a Bluetooth Headset
2. If the headset requires authentication,
right-click the headset icon and choose Pair
Device.
Windows XP
1. To connect to a Bluetooth headset, first
make sure the headset has been set to
discoverable mode. Refer to your headset’s
documentation for instructions on how to do
this. Then click the orange orb at the center
of the Bluetooth window to search for the
headset.
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3. Then enter the passkey from the headset’s
documentation and click OK.
you were receiving an incoming call. A press
of the button on your headset should accept
the call and begin transmitting sound from
your computer to the headset. The
microphone on the headset should also
transmit to the computer, allowing you to
make voice over IP (VOIP) phone calls.
4. Double-click the headset icon to discover
the services it offers. The Headset service
should light up at the top of the window.
Click the Headset service icon to connect to
the headset. The headset should ring as if
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Windows Vista
1. To connect to a Bluetooth headset, first
make sure the headset has been set to
discoverable mode. Refer to your headset’s
documentation for instructions on how to do
this. Then click the orange orb at the center
of the Bluetooth window to search for the
headset.
2. If the headset requires authentication,
right-click the headset icon and choose Pair
Device.
you were receiving an incoming call. A press
of the button on your headset should accept
the call and begin transmitting sound from
your computer to the headset. The
microphone on the headset should also
transmit to the computer, allowing you to
make voice over IP (VOIP) phone calls.
3. Then enter the passkey from the headset’s
documentation and click OK.
4. Double-click the headset icon to discover
the services it offers. The Headset service
should light up at the top of the window.
Click the Headset service icon to connect to
the headset. The headset should ring as if
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Installing a Bluetooth Stereo Headphone
2. If the headphone requires authentication,
right-click on the headphone icon and
choose Pair Device.
Windows XP
1. To connect to a Bluetooth Stereo
Headphone, first make sure the headphone
has been set to discoverable mode. Refer to
your headphone’s documentation for
instructions on how to do this. Then click
the orange orb at the center of the Bluetooth
window to search for the headphone.
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4. Both Headset and Advanced Audio Service
icons should light up at the top right corner
of the window. Right-click on the headphone
icon to discover the services it offers. Click
on Bluetooth Advanced Audio Service from
the selection list to connect to the
headphone. Advanced Audio Service icon
at the top right corner of the window should
turn GREEN when the service is activated.
3. Then enter the passkey from the
headphone’s documentation and click OK.
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5. A message dialog box will also show up
at the bottom right corner of your desktop
indicating SBC Codec is selected.
6. To disconnect the Advanced Audio Service,
simply right-click on the headphone icon,
and select Disconnect Bluetooth Advanced
Audio Service.
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Windows Vista
2. If the headphone requires authentication,
right-click on the headphone icon and
choose Pair Device.
1. To connect to a Bluetooth Stereo
Headphone, first make sure the headphone
has been set to discoverable mode. Refer to
your headphone’s documentation for
instructions on how to do this. Then click
the orange orb at the center of the Bluetooth
window to search for the headphone.
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3. Then enter the passkey from the
headphone’s documentation and click OK.
on Bluetooth Advanced Audio Service from
the selection list to connect to the
headphone. Advanced Audio Service icon
at the top right corner of the window should
turn GREEN when the service is activated.
4. Both Headset and Advanced Audio Service
icons should light up at the top right corner
of the window. Right-click on the headphone
icon to discover the services it offers. Click
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6. To disconnect the Advanced Audio Service,
simply right-click on the headphone icon,
and select Disconnect Bluetooth Advanced
Audio Service.
5. A message dialog box will also show up
at the bottom right corner of your desktop
indicating SBC Codec is selected.
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Using a Bluetooth Stereo Headphone as Headset on Your PC
Windows XP
1. Click on Bluetooth Headset Service from the
selection list to connect to the headphone.
The headphone should ring as if you were
receiving an incoming call. Press on the
phone button on your headphone to accept
the call and begin transmitting sound from
your computer to the headphone. The
microphone on the headphone should also
transmit to the computer, allowing you to
make voice over IP (VOIP) phone calls.
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Windows Vista
2. To disconnect the Headset Service, simply
right-click on the headphone icon, and select
Disconnect Bluetooth Headset Service.
1. Click on Bluetooth Headset Service from the
selection list to connect to the headphone.
The headphone should ring as if you were
receiving an incoming call. Press on the
phone button on your headphone to accept
the call and begin transmitting sound from
your computer to the headphone. The
microphone on the headphone should also
transmit to the computer, allowing you to
make voice over IP (VOIP) phone calls.
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2. To disconnect the Headset Service, simply
right-click on the headphone icon, and select
Disconnect Bluetooth Headset Service.
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Installing a Bluetooth Printer Adapter
Windows XP
2. If the adapter requires authentication, rightclick on the adapter icon, then click on Pair
Device.
1. To connect to a Bluetooth Printer Adapter,
first make sure the adapter has been set to
discoverable mode. Refer to your adapter’s
documentation for instructions on how to do
this. Then click the orange orb at the center
of the Bluetooth window to search for the
adapter.
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4. If you have completed the pairing process
or the adapter does not require
authentication, double click on the adapter
icon. The Bluetooth Serial Port Service
and Bluetooth Printer Service should light
up on the top of the window. Click on the
Bluetooth Printer Service.
3. Then enter the passkey from the adapter
documentation, then click OK.
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6. Please follow the instruction of the dialog
box showing at the bottom right corner of
the desktop. Install the connected printer
driver and set the print port to the
designated port number.
5. When you are connected to the Bluetooth
Printer Service, the Bluetooth Printer
Service icon will turn GREEN on the top of
the window. A Quick connect window will
appear telling you which port to use for the
Bluetooth Printer Service. Simply click YES
in the Quick Connect window.
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8. Select Ports tab to make sure your printer is
set on the correct port.
7. After the printer driver is installed, please go
to Start -> Control Panel -> double click on
Printers and Faxes. Right-click on the printer
icon and select Properties.
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2. If the adapter requires authentication, rightclick on the adapter icon, then click on Pair
Device.
Windows Vista
1. To connect to a Bluetooth Printer Adapter,
first make sure the adapter has been set to
discoverable mode. Refer to your adapter’s
documentation for instructions on how to do
this. Then click the orange orb at the center
of the Bluetooth window to search for the
adapter.
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3. Then enter the passkey from the adapter
documentation, then click OK.
4. If you have completed the pairing process
or the adapter does not require
authentication, double click on the adapter
icon. The Bluetooth Serial Port Service
and Bluetooth Printer Service should light
up on the top of the window. Click on the
Bluetooth Printer Service.
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5. When you are connected to the Bluetooth
Printer Service, the Bluetooth Printer
Service icon will turn GREEN on the top of
the window. A Quick connect window will
appear telling you which port to use for the
Bluetooth Printer Service. Simply click YES
in the Quick Connect window.
6. Please follow the instruction of the dialog
box showing at the bottom right corner of
the desktop. Install the connected printer
driver and set the print port to the
designated port number.
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8. Select Ports tab to make sure your printer is
set on the correct port.
7. After the printer driver is installed, please go
to Start -> Control Panel -> Hardware and
Sound -> Printers. Right-click on the printer
icon and select Properties.
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Technical Support
If you need technical support, please check out our IOGEAR Tech Info Library (TIL) at http://www.iogear.
com/support for the latest tips, tricks, and troubleshooting. The TIL is designed to provide you with the
latest technical information about our products. Most of the answers to your questions can be found
here, so please try it out before contacting technical support.
Technical support is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm PST by calling our tollfree number 866-9-IOGEAR (866-946-4327). International callers may need to use the number
949-453-8782. Help is also available by e-mailing us at support@iogear.com.
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
15.21
You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the part responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
15.105(b)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE
FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
1. this device may not cause interference and
2. this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of
the device.
FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.
End users must follow the specific operating instructions for satisfying RF exposure compliance. This
transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
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CE Statement
This device has been tested and found to comply with the requirements set up in the council directive on
the approximation of the law of member states relating to EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, Low Voltage
Directive 73/23/EEC and R&TTE Directive 99/5/EC.
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Limited Warranty
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE DIRECT VENDOR’S LIABILITY FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THE PRODUCT,
DISK, OR ITS DOCUMENTATION EXCEED THE PRICE PAID FOR THE PRODUCT.
The direct vendor makes no warranty or representation, expressed, implied, or statutory with respect
to the contents or use of this documentation, and especially disclaims its quality, performance,
merchantability, or fitness for any particular purpose.
The direct vendor also reserves the right to revise or update the device or documentation without
obligation to notify any individual or entity of such revisions, or updates. For further inquiries please
contact your direct vendor.
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Contact
IOGEAR, INC.
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Irvine, CA 92618
P 949.453.8782
F 949.453.8785
Visit us at: www.iogear.com
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are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. IOGEAR makes no warranty of any kind with regards to the information presented in this
document. All information furnished here is for informational purposes only and is subject to change without notice. IOGEAR, Inc. assumes
no responsibility for any inaccuracies or errors that may appear in this document.
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