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The following steps describe how to
install the software on a computer
running the Microsoft Windows® XP
operating system. Minor differences
exist when installing this software on
other Windows operating systems.
And Making VoIP Calls
Stop all running programs and
insert the installation CD into the
CD-ROM drive. The installation
starts automatically and guides
you through the installation. If the
installation does not start
automatically, find the
SETUP.exe file on the CD and
double click it to start the
installation.
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Welcome to Bluetooth® software.
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Bluetooth device not found message
displays. Do NOT respond until you
install the adapter.
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Accept license agreement.
Insert adapter into USB port. Click OK
in Bluetooth device message (see
step 7) if installation does not
continue.
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Confirm or change software
destination location.
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9
Complete the installation and
restart your computer.
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Start installation.
Verify Bluetooth adapter is ready to
receive and transmit data (LED is solid
blue).
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Installation begins.
Right click
Bluetooth.
and select Start Using
Start Using Bluetooth
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Complete the initial Bluetooth
configuration wizard.
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Enter computer information and
click Next. On the Initial Bluetooth
Configuration wizard window, click
Next.
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Select and configure services.
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To configure another device, click
Next. Otherwise, click Skip.
Click Finish.
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Windows Media, and MSN are registered
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16 Bonding with your
Bluetooth Device
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Search for Bluetooth devices.
Make sure the device you want to
communicate with is on and can
be found.
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Right click the device and select
Pair Device.
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Enter the 4-digit PIN code (usually
0000 or 1234) and click OK.
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Follow the prompts for the Bluetooth
device. The device prompts for a
PIN code. This code must be the
same on both bonded devices.
Open Bluetooth Explorer by double
clicking My Bluetooth Places on your
computer desktop.
Check mark
indicates a
successful bond.
Bluetooth services
are now ready to
use.
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Making VoIP Calls
Using a Bluetooth Headset or audio
device and computer, you can make Voice
over IP (VoIP) calls. The following steps
describe how to make VoIP calls.
On your computer desktop, open
Bluetooth Explorer (see step 16).
Turn on your Bluetooth Headset or
audio device and verify it can be
located by your computer (information
available in the headset or audio device
user's guide).
When your computer finds the device,
an icon is displayed (see step 20).
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Right click the icon and select Pair
Device.
Double click on the icon and another audio
device icon will appear.
Right click the audio device icon and click
Connect Headset. The icon turns green.
Enter the 4-digit PIN code for your device
(usually 0000 or 1234) and click OK.
Note: If you hear a beeping sound, press and
release the call button on the Bluetooth
headset.
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Refer to your VoIP software documentation
for details about routing audio through the
established Bluetooth connection.
See the headset or other audio device
user's guide for details about ending the
call.
A check mark displays next to the icon
indicating a successful bond.
Bluetooth Explorer
Quick Tips
Find Bluetooth Devices
Looks for other Bluetooth devices.
To open Bluetooth Explorer, click My
Bluetooth Places on your desktop, or
double click in the system tray.
Bluetooth Setup Wizard
Configures devices, connections, and local
services.
Entire Bluetooth Neighborhood
Displays Bluetooth adapter devices.
My Device
Displays services on this computer.
Bluetooth Exchange Folder
Contains files and folders available to remote
Bluetooth adapter devices.
For more information on how to use this
software, see the product Help files for each
screen of the software.
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MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent &
Trademark Office.
The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by
Motorola, Inc. under license. Microsoft, Windows, ActiveSync, Windows Media,
and MSN are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation; and
Windows XP, Windows Mobile and Microsoft.net are trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation. All other product or service names are the property of their
respective owners.
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© 2005 Motorola Inc.
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