User`s Manual

User`s Manual
Bluetooth® 2.0 USB Adapter
Model # ABT-U200
User’s Manual
v 1.0
Table of Contents
1. Introduction ......................................................................................................................1
1.1 Features ..................................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Package Contents ...................................................................................................................... 1
1.3 System Requirements................................................................................................................ 2
2. For Windows XP/2000......................................................................................................3
2.1 Installation................................................................................................................................. 3
2.2 Complete Initial Bluetooth Configurations ............................................................................... 3
2.3 Quick Start Guide...................................................................................................................... 8
2.4 Basic Operations ..................................................................................................................... 10
2.5 Configuring Your Bluetooth.................................................................................................... 18
2.6 Security and Pairing ................................................................................................................ 21
2.7 Using Bluetooth Applications on Remote Side....................................................................... 22
2.8 Providing Local Service .......................................................................................................... 40
3. For Windows Vista 32/64-bit .........................................................................................47
3.1 Installation............................................................................................................................... 47
3.2 Configuring Your Bluetooth Device Settings.......................................................................... 51
3.3 Connecting to a Remote Bluetooth Device ............................................................................. 54
3.4 Checking Services on a Remote Bluetooth Device................................................................. 56
3.5 Exchanging Files Between Bluetooth Devices ....................................................................... 57
3.6 Sending File by File Transfer Service ..................................................................................... 59
3.7 Receiving File from another Bluetooth Device....................................................................... 60
3.8 Joining a Personal Area Networking (PAN)............................................................................ 61
3.9 Dial-up Networking................................................................................................................. 63
3.10 Connecting to a Bluetooth Audio Device.............................................................................. 65
3.11 Connecting to a Bluetooth Audio Gateway ........................................................................... 67
3.12 Sending/Receiving Images to Remote Imaging Devices ...................................................... 68
3.13 Sending/Receiving PIM Items .............................................................................................. 68
4. Troubleshooting.............................................................................................................69
5. Specifications.................................................................................................................71
6. Regulatory Compliance.................................................................................................72
FCC Compliance and Advisory Statement.................................................................................... 72
CE.................................................................................................................................................. 73
WEEE Information........................................................................................................................ 73
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1. Introduction
Airlink101 Bluetooth® USB 2.0 Adapter, ABT-U200 adds Bluetooth technology to your
existing computer or notebook. Simply plug it into the USB port of your machine for
seamless connectivity with other Bluetooth devices, such as phones, computers,
peripherals and other devices. ABT-U200 features the industry's most extensive range
of profiles available, ensuring a common application between two Bluetooth-enabled
devices.
ABT-U200 is fully compliant with the Bluetooth v2.0 specification and
backward-compatible with Bluetooth version 1.1 or 1.2 standards. Moreover, it supports
the new Bluetooth Enhanced Data Rate (EDR), providing raw bandwidth of up to 3
Mbps* for wireless applications. It also adopts dedicated interference avoidance
technology to reduce possible disruption from nearby Wi-Fi® products, which operate in
the same 2.4 GHz radio frequency as Bluetooth.
1.1 Features
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Supports Bluetooth v2.0 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate), offering a data rate of up to
3 Mbps*
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Maximizes ranges and simplifies system integration by providing exceptional
output power and receiver sensitivity
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Backward compatible with Bluetooth version 1.1 and 1.2 standards
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Compliant with USB full speed
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Uses 2.4Ghz ISM Frequency Band
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Automatic calibration of frequency
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Supports up to 7 Bluetooth client devices
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Supports industry's most extensive range of applications
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Transmission range of up to 10 meters in an open environment
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Features data encryption and user authentication to ensure secure communication
1.2 Package Contents
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Bluetooth® USB 2.0 Adapter
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Driver and Utility CD
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Quick Installation Guide
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1.3 System Requirements
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Computer with an available USB port
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Windows® Vista 32/64-bit, XP, 2000, ME
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2. Installing Software in Windows XP/2000/ME
2.1 Installation
Note: Do not connect the USB Bluetooth Adapter to your computer before you install the
provided software. You will be prompted to plug the device during the installation.
Insert the Bluetooth software installation CD into your CD-ROM drive. When the auto-run
screen appears, select Install Utility and Driver for XP/2K/ME
Note: If the auto-run window does not appear automatically, go to Start -> Run and type
D:\Utility\XP_2K_ME\Setup.exe (where D is the letter of your CD-ROM drive) then click
OK.
When the welcome screen appears, click Next. Then click Next on the two screens that
follow, then click Install.
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Windows XP/2000 Users: When the Driver Signature Notice window appears, click OK.
When prompted, plug your Bluetooth USB adapter into an available USB port on your
computer and click OK.
Please wait while the software installs all the supported services. This may take several
minutes.
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Windows 2000/ME Users: You may be prompted to restart your computer a few times
during the installation. Ignore the prompts until the installation is complete.
At the end, click Finish to complete the installation.
Windows 2000/ME Users: At the end of the installation, you will be prompted to restart
your computer. Click OK to restart.
2.2 Complete Initial Bluetooth Configurations
The Initial Bluetooth Configuration Wizard will automatically launch to guide you
through the initial configuration.
Click Next at the Initial Bluetooth Configuration Wizard screen.
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Enter a unique name to identify your computer and select a computer type, then click Next.
Click Next at the following screen
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This screen allows you select the services you want to provide to other Bluetooth devices.
If you wish to have all services available, make sure that they are all checked and click
Next.
Click Skip at the following screen.
Click Finish. Your device is now installed and ready to use.
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2.3 Quick Start Guide
This section provides you with the basic guidelines to get your Bluetooth adapter
connected to a service provided by another Bluetooth-enabled device.
1. Double-click the Bluetooth icon in the notification area.
If the Bluetooth icon is blue in color with a red insert ( ), make sure the
adapter is properly connected, right-click the icon and select Start the
Bluetooth Device.
2. The utility will search for and display available Bluetooth devices in range.
Double-click the target device that you want to connect to.
If you want to connect to a Bluetooth peripheral such as headset or imaging
device, refer to the manual that came with the peripheral for instructions about
how to make the device discoverable.
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3. The utility will search for and display available services on the target device.
Double-click the service that you want to use. (Ignore this step if you are
connecting to a peripheral that offers single service.)
4. If pairing is required, type a PIN code in the Bluetooth Security Code
Request window on both devices and then click OK. You need to enter the
same PIN code on both devices.
If the peripheral has a fixed PIN code, you should refer to the manual that
came with the peripheral to obtain the PIN code for that device.
5. If prompted, respond to the Bluetooth Service Authorization message to
allow access the service. After that, you can start to use the Bluetooth service.
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2.4 Basic Operations
2.4.1 Bluetooth Tray Icon
The Bluetooth icon in the notification Icon
Status
area, at the far right of the taskbar
provides feedback about Bluetooth
Bluetooth adapter found and enabled.
status as described in the table
opposite.
Bluetooth adapter not found or disabled.
Connected to a service.
The Bluetooth tray also provides fast access to most Bluetooth operations. You can
double-click it to access My Bluetooth Places or right-click it to pop up the
shortcut menu and access the provided functions.
2.4.2 Starting or Stopping Bluetooth
To start Bluetooth - Right-click the Bluetooth icon and select Start the Bluetooth
Device. The Bluetooth icon is blue in color with a white insert when Bluetooth is
running.
To stop Bluetooth - Right-click the Bluetooth icon and select Stop the Bluetooth
Device.
2.4.3 Creating a Connection
Option 1. Use Quick Connect via the Bluetooth Icon
Right-click the Bluetooth icon in the system tray and select Quick Connect, then
select the desired Bluetooth service.
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a. If selected service has never been connected:
1. Select Find Devices on the shortcut menu.
2. The utility will search for devices that potentially provide the desired service.
Highlight the desired one and click Next.
3. The succeeding steps vary according to the service you selected. Just follow
the on-screen prompts to proceed.
b. If selected service has been connected in the past:
The options on the shortcut menu are:
„ The name(s) of any device(s) with which prior connections to this type of
service have been established. Select a name from the list to re-establish the
connection.
„ Other Devices - select this option to search for additional devices that
potentially provide the desired service, select a device from the list, and then
click Next to proceed.
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Option 2. Use the Bluetooth Setup Wizard
You can open the setup wizard by either of these methods:
„ Right-click the Bluetooth icon and select Add a Bluetooth Device
„ Double-click the Bluetooth icon to open My Bluetooth Places and select Add
a Bluetooth Device.
When the wizard window pops up, follow the on-screen instructions to proceed:
Option 3. From the Entire Bluetooth Neighborhood
1. Double-click the Bluetooth icon to open My Bluetooth Places and select View
Devices in Range.
2. Available Bluetooth devices should appear in the right pane. If not, click
Search for devices in range to start searching. Devices icons have three
states. Refer to “2.4.5 Device and Service Icons” section on page 15 for details.
3. Double-click a desired Bluetooth device to display its available services.
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If the selected device has added or reconfigured a service, or if the desired
service is not an option in the shortcut menu, select the Discover Available
Services option to update the list of services offered by the device.
4. Double-click the desired service to make the connection.
2.4.4 Security and Pairing
If Secure Connection is enabled for any of the Bluetooth services on either of the
two devices that attempting to make a connection, they must exchange an identical
PIN code upon the initial connection. The code request window on your computer
is like the figure below. After the exchange, the two Bluetooth devices are allowed
to exchange data in a secure way.
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2.4.5 Device and Service Icons
Device Icons
Devices are physical things, such as computers, cameras, headsets, etc. Device
icons vary according to device types and have three states:
„ Normal - this unadorned icon indicates the presence of a device in the vicinity.
Each type of device is represented by a different icon.
„ Connected - devices that are have been connected to this computer before
are represented by an icon with a green tint and/or a small butting arrows box
added to them, regardless of whether they are turned on, in range, or in
Discoverable mode.
„ Paired - devices that have been paired with this computer before are
represented by a normal icon with a small check box added to it, regardless of
whether they are turned on, in range, or in Discoverable mode.
The icons used to indicate device type, paired status, and connection status are
illustrated in the table below. (There are some differences between the device and
service icons used by Windows 2000 and Windows XP. The table is based on
Windows XP.)
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Service Icons
Services are what a Bluetooth device can do with other Bluetooth devices, such as
access to a local area network, or the ability to send a fax. Some devices, such as
headsets or network access points, may provide only a single service. Others,
such as desktop and laptop computers, can potentially provide all of the Bluetooth
services. Service icons vary according to services types and have three states:
„ Normal - this type of unadorned icon indicates that a specific service is
potentially available from the selected device.
„ Not Available - this type of icon indicates that the service that it represents is
not available. Services that are not available are represented by a normal icon
with a small X box added to it.
Note: This type of icon only applies to the services on your Bluetooth device
(which can be viewed via My Bluetooth Places > View My Bluetooth
service. When you try discovering the services on a remote Bluetooth device,
not available services will not be displayed.
„ Connected - this type of icon indicates that this computer is connected to this
service. The icon has a green tint and/or a small butting arrows box added to
it.
The icons used to indicate service type, availability, and connection status are
illustrated in the table below. (There are some differences between the device and
service icons used by Windows 2000 and Windows XP. The table is based on
Windows XP.)
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2.5 Configuring Your Bluetooth
The Bluetooth Configuration panel provides access to settings for Bluetooth
services, client applications, hardware, security, discovery, accessibility, default
paths, event notification, and other Bluetooth related items.
You can open the Bluetooth Configuration panel by either of the following ways:
„ Right-click the Bluetooth tray icon and select Bluetooth Configuration.
„ Double-click the Bluetooth tray icon to open My Bluetooth Places and select
View or modify configuration.
2.5.1 General Settings
The settings on the General tab determine information that is displayed to remote
devices.
„ Computer name - enter a unique name to identify this computer to other
Bluetooth devices in the vicinity; this field cannot be left blank.
„ Computer type - select either Desktop or Laptop from the shortcut menu to
set the type of icon remote devices will use to represent this computer.
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2.5.2 Accessibility Settings
The Accessibility tab lets you specify whether remote devices may access this
computer, which remote devices have access, and whether an audio warning is
played when a Personal Identification Number (PIN code) is required.
Allow Other Devices to Discover This Computer
Select Let other Bluetooth devices discover this computer to permit remote
Bluetooth devices to find this computer.
Control Skype calls using a hands-free device
If your computer is connected to a Bluetooth hands-free device, you can check this
checkbox so that you can remotely answer or end a Skype call by your hands-free
device. Normally hands-free control is enabled after you connect to a hands-free
device, regardless of the settings here.
Choose an Audio Notification File
When Secure Connection is enabled for any of the Bluetooth services on this
computer, a PIN code is required before that service can be accessed. To chose a
notification sound that will play when a remote device attempts to access a service
that requires a secure connection, click Select audio file and select the sound
(*.wav) file to be played.
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2.5.3 Local Services Settings
This tab allows you to select the services that your computer will provide to other
Bluetooth devices. You can also double-click a service name to set its properties or
click Add Serial Service to add serial service. For more information on providing
local services, refer to the “2.8 Providing Local Service” section on page 40.
2.5.4 Client Applications
This tab specifies how your computer will access services on other Bluetooth
devices. For more information on accessing client applications, refer to the “2.7
Using Bluetooth Applications” section on page 22.
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2.5.5 Diagnostics
This tab allows you to view the Bluetooth adapter information and verify if your
adapter is working properly.
If more than one Bluetooth adapters (excluding adapters from other manufacturers)
are plugged to one computer, a prompt will appear indicating only one of them can
be active and you will be guided to this tab. Here you can disable the unwanted
adapter and specify a preferred Bluetooth adapter on your computer.
2.6 Security and Pairing
By default, the properties of all Bluetooth services on this computer and the
Bluetooth applications (except Human Interface Device) that this computer uses
are set to require a secure connection. When Secure Connection is enabled for
any of the Bluetooth services on this computer, the two devices attempting to make
a connection must exchange a Personal Identification Number (PIN) code upon the
initial connection. After the exchange, the two Bluetooth devices are allowed to
exchange data in a secure way.
As this Bluetooth adapter supports 8 to 128-bit encryption, the length of the PIN
code can vary between 1 and 16 alphanumeric characters. Hence, the length is
restricted by the device you want to connect to. For example, some Bluetooth
devices only support a PIN code of 1 to 4 characters.
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2.7 Using Bluetooth Applications on Remote Side
This chapter describes how to use the Bluetooth services on other Bluetooth
devices with your Bluetooth-enabled computer.
The services on remote Bluetooth devices are referred to as Client Applications
in the Bluetooth Configuration panel. Some client applications do not require
configuration unless you want to change the application name or the security
settings, while some are provided with detailed settings. To configure a client
application, go to Bluetooth Configuration Panel > Client Applications, Select
the application then click properties. Refer to the following sections for the
descriptions of each client application.
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2.7.1 Printer
The Bluetooth Printer application allows this computer to use a Bluetooth printer.
The Bluetooth Configuration Panel > Client Applications > Printer >
Properties > General tab provides options to configure the application name and
enable or disable secure connection.
Note: The secure connection depends on the Bluetooth printer you want to
connect to. If the Bluetooth printer’s security function is de-activated, or if the
printer does not have a secure connection feature, you should always disable the
secure connection service.
Install a Bluetooth Printer
Option One:
1. Go to My Bluetooth Places > View devices in range and right-click a
Bluetooth printer, select Add Printer from the shortcut menu and follow the
on-screen instructions.
2. Select the printer manufacturer and model at the prompt. If your printer is not in
the list of options, click Have Disk…, insert the driver disk for the printer, and
then navigate to the drive and directory that contains the driver initiation file
(*.inf) for the printer.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
Option Two:
1. From the Windows Control Panel, select Printers and Faxes > Add a Printer
> Next > Local printer > Next.
2. On the Select a Printer Port window of the wizard:
• Select Create a new port.
• In the Type of port menu, select Bluetooth Printer Port, and then click
Next.
3. On the next screen, select the printer by name, and then click Connect.
4. Install the driver: Select the printer manufacturer and model at the prompt. If
your printer is not in the list of options, click Have Disk…, insert the driver disk
for the printer, and then navigate to the drive and directory that contain the
driver initiation file (*.inf) for the printer.
5. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
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2.7.2 Imaging
The Bluetooth Imaging application allows this computer to send images to remote
devices that provide the Bluetooth imaging service. Possible uses include the
transfer of images to a Bluetooth camera, camera/phone, or any other device that
offers the Bluetooth Imaging service. The supported image formats are:
„ BMP
„ GIF
„ PNG
„ JPG
Image Format Conversion
Some devices, particularly battery-powered devices such as phones and cameras,
may only be able to accept images in one format and at a single fixed resolution. In
that case, the image is converted to the required format and resolution before it is
transferred to the remote device.
Sending Images to Remote Imaging Devices
Imaging application connections are created automatically on an as-needed basis.
You can send an image to the remote imaging device by either of the methods:
„ If a shortcut to the remote device’s imaging service exists in My Bluetooth
Places, drag and drop, or, copy and paste, to that shortcut.
„ Go to My Bluetooth Places > View devices in range and drag and drop the
image file onto the destination’s device icon.
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„ After copying an image file in Windows Explorer, go to My Bluetooth Places >
View devices in range, right-click the destination device and select Paste.
Note: Battery-powered remote devices, such as a cell phones or cameras, may
require that Bluetooth be specifically enabled before they can accept an image;
see the battery-powered device’s documentation for more information.
2.7.3 Audio Gateway
The Audio Gateway application allows a remote Bluetooth device to use this
computer’s microphone and speakers as the remote device’s audio input and
output devices. For example, if your Bluetooth cellular phone supports audio
gateway service, you can redirect the phone’s conversation to your computer’s
speakerphone.
To connect to an Audio Gateway service enabled device:
1. Open My Bluetooth Places and discover the Audio Gateway service provided
by the remote Bluetooth device. Then double-click the service to make the
connection.
2. If required on the remote Bluetooth device, respond to the Bluetooth Service
Authorization message to allow the access.
Once the connection is established, remote device’s audio will be redirected to your
computer.
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2.7.4 Headset
The Bluetooth Headset application allows this computer to use a Bluetooth headset
as the audio input and output device for this computer. When a Bluetooth headset
is connected to this computer, it functions as a wireless microphone and speaker
for an audio application, such as an internet soft-phone or Instant Messaging
software.
Connect to a Bluetooth Headset
1. Make a Bluetooth headset discoverable. Refer to the manual that came with the
headset for instructions about how to make the device discoverable.
2. Open My Bluetooth Places and discover the Headset device, then
double-click the device to make the connection.
3. If the headset has a fixed PIN code and sends out a paring request, type that
PIN code in the Bluetooth Security Code Request window, and then click OK.
Refer to the manual that came with the headset device for the PIN code.
4. Once the connection is established, you will be notified that the connection has
been made.
Verifying Bluetooth Headset Installation
Once the Bluetooth headset is installed, it will automatically take over the function
of microphone and speakers of your PC. To verify the installation, go to Control
Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices (or Sounds and Multimedia) > Audio. Your
Bluetooth audio device will be identified as Bluetooth Hands-free Audio,
Bluetooth Stereo Audio or other name according to the device.
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2.7.5 PIM Synchronization
The PIM Synchronization application is used to synchronize the Personal
Information Manager (PIM) database of this computer with the PIM database of a
remote Bluetooth device. The supported PIMs are:
„ Microsoft Outlook
„ Microsoft Outlook Express
„ Lotus Notes
The supported data types are:
„ Business cards
„ Calendar items
„ Email (with or without attachments)
„ Notes
Configure PIM Synchronization
The Bluetooth Configuration > Client Applications > PIM Synchronization >
General tab provides options to configure. Click the PIM you want to synchronize
(if any) in each of the data type lists.
The data item types that can be synchronized are:
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„ Business cards
Note that if the system is configured to share contacts between Outlook
Express and Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express will not be shown as one of
the options for PIM Item Transfer for business cards.
„ Calendar items
„ Email (with or without attachments-see below)
„ Notes
To Synchronize the PIM Database
To synchronize the PIM database on this computer with the PIM database of
another Bluetooth device:
1. Open My Bluetooth Places and discover the PIM Synchronization service
provided by the remote Bluetooth computer. Then double-click the service to
make the connection.
2. If pairing is required, type a PIN code exactly the same in the Bluetooth
Security Code Request window on both computers, and then click OK.
3. On the remote computer, respond to the Bluetooth Service Authorization
message to allow access the PIM Synchronization service.
4. You will get a message when synchronization is done.
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2.7.6 Fax
The Bluetooth Fax service allows this computer to send a fax using a Fax/Modem
that is physically connected to a remote Bluetooth device. To send a Fax:
1. Open My Bluetooth Places and discover the Fax service provided by the
remote Bluetooth computer. Then double-click the service to make the
connection.
2. Open or create the document to be faxed, and then select the Print, Send to
Fax Recipient or a similar command that is available in most applications.
Note: The fax application needs to use the Bluetooth Fax Modem.
2.7.7 File Transfer
The Bluetooth File Transfer application allows this computer to access, send files to
or copy files from another Bluetooth device.
Send Files on This Computer to Remote Bluetooth Device
To send files on this computer to another Bluetooth device:
Option 1
1. In Windows Explorer, open the folder where the file or folder you want to send
is located.
2. Right-click the file or folder name, point to Send To, point to Bluetooth, and
then click the name of the destination Bluetooth device.
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Option 2
1. Open My Bluetooth Places and discover the File Transfer service on the
destination Bluetooth device.
2. Double-click the File Transfer shortcut. The utility will open the Bluetooth
Exchange Folder on the other Bluetooth device and get its file list.
3. You can now explore the Bluetooth Exchange Folder of the other Bluetooth
device. Just copy, or drag-and-drop the file/folder to the desired location on the
destination Bluetooth device.
Note: When you send folders to another Bluetooth device, if the Secure
Connection property of the File Transfer service of the other Bluetooth device has
been set, the operator of the other Bluetooth device must be available to allow
access unless the Always allow this device access to my computer's File
Transfer service check box in Bluetooth File Transfer Authorization is selected.
Otherwise, the file transfer fails.
2.7.8 PIM Item Transfer
The Bluetooth PIM Item Transfer application allows this computer to send and
receive Personal Information Manager items between this computer and another
Bluetooth device.
The supported items are:
„ Business cards (*.vcf or *.vcd)
„ Notes (*.vnt)
„ Email (*.vmg) (with or without attachment)
„ Calendar (*.vcs)
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Electronic Business Cards Operations
To send a business card to remote Bluetooth device
1. Double-click the PIM Item Transfer service on a remote device. This service is
also referred to as Object Push Service on other Bluetooth device.
2. Select a business card that will be sent to other device.
3. On the remote computer, respond to the Bluetooth Service Authorization
message to allow the transfer.
To configure business card settings
To configure which business card to send and where to store the received business
card:
Go to Bluetooth Configuration > Client Applications > PIM Item Transfer to
configure required settings.
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„ Secure Connection: If the Secure Connection property is set on either
device, the receiving party must be available to allow access when an access
request is received. Otherwise, the PIM transfer fails.
„ Send My Business Card: Specifies how your business card is handled when
it is requested by a remote device.
„ Received Business Cards: Specifies where to store received business cards.
Note: The selected Received Business Cards option is influenced by the
local PIM Item Transfere settings. For example, if the local setting is
configured to Do Not Accept business cards, the sending request from remote
Bluetooth device fails.
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Local PIM Item Transfer Settings
Client Application PIM
Item Transfer Settings
Local setting takes over the
client application settings.
„ Email attachments: The only option is to include or not to include
attachments with email that is sent or received on the computer using this
service.
To Send Notes, Emails and Calender Entries
To send notes, email or calendar entries, just select one or more target items and
then, from the File menu of the PIM (e.g., Outlook), select Send to Bluetooth. You
can also drag-and-drop a supported item directly from your PIM to the PIM Item
Transfer service icon of a remote device. Note that :
„ If synchronization is enabled for a specific item type, but is not enabled for that
item type on the remote device, synchronization will not take place for that
item.
„ Not all choices are available for all items. For example, Notes items can only
be synchronized in Microsoft Outlook. Therefore Lotus Notes and Outlook
Express are not displayed as options in the Notes item shortcut menu.
Personal Information Managers that are not installed on this computer are not
displayed as options in the shortcut menus.
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2.7.9 Dial-up Networking
The Bluetooth Dial-up Networking application allows this computer to use a modem
that is physically connected to a remote device to access the Internet or log on to a
remote network.
Open a connection to the Dial-up Networking service that is provided by another
Bluetooth device, following the instructions in “2.4.3 Creating a Connection” on
page 10.
After the Bluetooth dial-up networking connection is established, a virtual Bluetooth
modem will be installed on your computer and a Bluetooth Connection icon will
be added to Dial-up Connection group. You can double-click the icon to make the
connection.
The connection can be used the same way as any other networking connection.
For example, you can open a browser and explore the World Wide Web, if the
remote computer has Internet access.
To close a dial-up networking connection, just go to My Bluetooth Places,
right-click the service name and select Disconnect.
2.7.10 Network Access
The Bluetooth Network Access application allows this computer to join a Personal
Area Networking (PAN) or Local Area Network (LAN). The type of network
connection that is available is determined by the configuration of the remote
Bluetooth device.
Joining a Personal Area Networking (PAN)
PAN provides ad hoc network between Bluetooth devices. If a remote Bluetooth
device provides ad hoc network service, then you can connect to it by these steps:
1. Open My Bluetooth Places and discover the Network Access service
provided by the remote Bluetooth device. Then double-click the service to
make the connection.
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2. On the remote Bluetooth device respond to the Bluetooth Service
Authorization message to allow network access.
3. To establish the connection, Windows uses Automatic Private IP Addressing
(APIPA) to assign addresses to the computers in an ad hoc network. You don’t
need to configure the TCP/IP networking.
To view the APIPA address, type ipconfig at a command prompt, and then
press ENTER. You should get an output that is similar to the following on both
of the Bluetooth devices:
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix .:
Autoconfiguration IP Address . : 169.254.125.34
Subnet Mask . . . . .
Default Gateway . . . .
. . : 255.255.0.0
. . :
Once the connection is made, the computers on the same ad hoc network should
be able to locate each other and use the network service such as file sharing.
Accessing LAN or Internet via Remote Computer
When a remote Bluetooth computer is connected to the Internet/LAN and
configured to sharing that connection, your Bluetooth-enabled device can connect
to the Internet/LAN using the remoter Bluetooth computer as the intermediary.
We will use the following example to describe the setup procedures:
Example: BT Client A is physically connected to the Internet/LAN via an Ethernet
network adapter. It’s also Bluetooth-enabled and can connect to BT Client B over
Bluetooth connection. BT Client B will use BT Client A as the intermediary to
connect to the Internet/LAN.
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BT Client A (The computer connected to the Internet/LAN)
1. Go to Bluetooth Configuration panel > Local Services > Network Access >
Properties..
2. Enable the Startup Automatically checkbox and select Allow other devices
to access the Internet/LAN via this computer and click OK.
3. Go to Network Connections, right-click the network adapter that is connected
to the Internet/LAN and select Properties.
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4. On the Advanced tab, enable the Internet Connection Sharing option as
shown below and click OK.
5. When IP address prompt appears, just click Yes. This will automatically assign
your Bluetooth adapter a virtual IP address.
6. You will return to the Network Connections window and find a hand appended
to the network connection icon.
To view the IP address of your Bluetooth network adapter (e.g., Local Area
Connection 2), type ipconfig at a command prompt, and then press ENTER. You
should get an output that is similar to the following:
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Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix .: test
Autoconfiguration IP Address . : 10.0.128.24
Subnet Mask . . . . .
Default Gateway . . . .
. . : 255.255.0.0
The network adapter
that connects to the
Internet/LAN.
. . : 10.0.0.21
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection 2:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix .:
Autoconfiguration IP Address . : 192.168.0.1
Subnet Mask . . . . .
Default Gateway . . . .
. . : 255.255.255.0
The Bluetooth network
adapter.
. . :
BT Client B (The computer connected to Client A via Bluetooth)
Providing that Bluetooth Client B is using Windows 2000:
1. Open My Bluetooth Places and discover the Network Access service
provided by the remote Bluetooth device. Then double-click the service to
make the connection.
2. On the remote Bluetooth device (i.e. Client A in our example) respond to the
Bluetooth Service Authorization message to allow network access.
3. Wait a moment for the connection to be made.
The Bluetooth network adapter will be automatically assigned an IP address. To
view the assignment, type ipconfig at a command prompt, and then press
ENTER. You should get an output that is similar to the following on both of the
Bluetooth devices:
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix .:
Autoconfiguration IP Address . : 192.168.0.190
Subnet Mask . . . . .
Default Gateway . . . .
. . : 255.255.255.0
. . : 192.168.0.1
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The IP address of Bluetooth
adapter on Client A
If you want to enable Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) on Windows 98SE, ME,
you should run the Network Setup Wizard from the CD or floppy disk. As this
manual only describes a very typical connection method, actual connection method
varies according to your network environment and a computer’s operation system.
For more information please refer to Windows online help or your network
administrator.
Note: If a client is going to use the Network Access service provided by another
remote Bluetooth device, the client should either reboot or manually renew the ip
address.
2.7.11 Bluetooth Serial Port
The Bluetooth Serial Port application allows this computer to establish a wireless
serial connection with a remote Bluetooth device.
The applications on both this computer and the remote device must be configured
to send and receive data to and from the respective communications port (COM
port) assigned to the Bluetooth serial port. The wireless serial connection may then
be used by the applications as though a physical serial cable connected the
devices.
To establish a virtual serial port connection between this computer and another
Bluetooth device:
1. Open My Bluetooth Places and discover the Serial Port service on the
destination Bluetooth device.
2. Double-click the Serial Port shortcut to make the connection.
3. If secure option is enabled, the operator of the other Bluetooth device must be
available to respond to any authorization requests.
4. You will be prompted of the COM port name that is associated with the
connection. Now you can configure programs to use that port.
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2.7.12 Bluetooth Human Interface Device
The Bluetooth Human Interface Device application allows this computer to use a
Bluetooth keyboard, mouse, or other human interface device
1. Verify that the keyboard, mouse or other human interface device (HID) contains
batteries, that the batteries are inserted properly and are fully charged, and that
you know where the Connect button is to make the device discoverable.
2. Open My Bluetooth Places and discover the HID.
3. Double-click the HID shortcut to make the connection.
4. If the HID is a keyboard, using the keyboard, type the Bluetooth security code
that is in the Bluetooth security code box, and then press ENTER.
-orIf the HID is a Bluetooth mouse or other Bluetooth pointing device, use the
Bluetooth mouse or other Bluetooth pointing device to click Click here if
confirmation is required.
You can now use the Bluetooth HID.
2.8 Providing Local Service
Local services are the services that your Bluetooth-enabled computer provides to
other Bluetooth devices. Your computer can offer one or more services, which can
be configured via the Local Services tab in the Bluetooth Configuration panel.
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2.8.1 Common Configuration Settings
These properties can be set individually for each Bluetooth service:
„ Service Name - the default name of each service can be changed.
„ Secure Connection - requires that remote devices provide proof of identity
and that all data be encrypted.
„ Startup Automatically - starts the service automatically when Bluetooth is
started.
„ Notifications - provides visual and/or audio notification that a remote device is
attempting to connect (or has connected) to a service on this computer.
2.8.2 Printer
The Printer service allows other Bluetooth devices to use a printer that is physically
connected to your computer.
To provide this service, the local printer should be physically connected to this
computer by a USB or parallel cable, is set as the default printer and is turned on.
Note if the secure connection property for the printer has been set on either
computer, the operators of both computers must be available to allow access and
to supply the Bluetooth security code when requested. Thereafter, access is
granted automatically and it is not necessary to supply the security code.
2.8.3 Bluetooth Image Transfer
The Bluetooth image transfer service allows this computer to accept images from
remote devices that support Bluetooth image transfer.
The supported image formats are:
„ BMP
„ GIF
„ PNG
„ JPG
Received images are stored in My Documents > Bluetooth Exchange Folder.
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2.8.4 Audio Gateway/Headset
The Audio Gateway/Headset service redirects this computer’s audio to another
Bluetooth device. For example, if this computer is connected to a Bluetooth audio
device and other computer is connected to this computer’s audio gateway service,
the audio is directed to the Bluetooth audio device.
2.8.5 PIM Synchronization
The PIM Synchronization service can be used by a remote device to synchronize
its Personal Information Manager (PIM) database with the PIM database of this
computer.
Four data types are supported:
„ Business cards
„ Calendar items
„ Email messages
„ Notes
Whether an individual item is accepted and where it is stored after it is accepted is
configured in the PIM Item Transfer service. If that service is not configured to
store a particular data type in Outlook, then that data type cannot be synchronized.
Microsoft Outlook permits duplicate entries, so all duplicates may not be
exchanged in the synchronization process.
Note: Only Outlook’s default contacts folder is synchronized. Items in sub-folders
are not synchronized. Items that are moved from the default folder to a sub-folder
will not be displayed the next time synchronization takes place.
2.8.6 Fax
The Fax service allows other Bluetooth devices to use this computer’s Fax modem
to send a fax. To provide this service, your computer must be physically connected
to a modem offering fax function.
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2.8.7 File Transfer
The File Transfer service allows other Bluetooth devices to explore this computer’s
Bluetooth exchange folder and send files to or copy from that folder.
To configure your local file transfer service, go to Bluetooth Configuration >
Local Services > File Transfer. Here you can specify your default exchange folder
location and remote user access permissions.
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Note: If you set the Secure Connection property of the File Transfer service of
this computer, you must be available to respond to the Bluetooth Security Code
Request sent by the other device when the other device initially attempts to
connect to this computer. Otherwise, the pairing process fails. After the two device
are paired, the other device can access the files on this computer without having to
obtain access permissions.
2.8.8 PIM Item Transfer
The PIM Item Transfer service allows to exchanges Personal Information Manager
items between this computer and other Bluetooth devices.
In addition to the configuration options common to all Bluetooth services, this
service also has settings that determine:
„ How business card requests are handled.
„ Where to store inbound data items, on an individual basis.
„ Whether to send/receive attachments with email.
2.8.9 Dial-Up Networking
The Dial-Up Networking service allows other Bluetooth devices to use this
computer’s modem to access the Internet or a remote network. To provide this
service, your computer must be physically connected to a modem offering fax
function.
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2.8.10 Network Access
The Network Access service allows other Bluetooth devices to:
„ Create a personal area network (PAN) with this computer. To provide a PAN
service, select Allow other devices to create a private network with this
computer from the drop down list. Windows will use Automatic Private IP
Addressing (APIPA) to assign addresses to the computers in an ad hoc
network. You don’t need to configure the TCP/IP networking.
-or„ Access the Internet/LAN through this computer. To provide this function, select
Allow other devices to access the Internet/LAN via this computer from the
drop down list. In addition, this computer must be configured to share the
Internet connection. For more information, refer to the “Accessing LAN or
Internet via Remote Computer” section on page 35.
2.8.11 Bluetooth Serial Port
The Bluetooth Serial Port service allows other Bluetooth devices to establish a
wireless serial connection with this computer.
In addition to the configuration options common to all Bluetooth services, this
service also has setting for specifying a COM port.
Note: Unless you have a specific reason to do so, DO NOT CHANGE the default
COM port setting.
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3. Installing Software in Windows Vista 32/64-bit
3.1 Installation
Note: Do not connect the USB Bluetooth Adapter to your computer before you install the
provided software. You will be prompted to plug the device during the installation.
Insert the Bluetooth software installation CD into your CD-ROM drive. When the auto-run
screen appears, select Install Utility and Driver for Vista
Note: If the auto-run window does not appear automatically, go to Start -> All Programs ->
Accessories -> Run and type D:\Utility\Vista\Setup.exe (where D is the letter of your
CD-ROM drive) and click OK.
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If the following warning window appears, click Allow to continue with the installation.
When the following screen appears, connect the Bluetooth USB adapter to an available
USB port on your computer.
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At the welcome screen, click Next. Then click Next on the two screens that follow until you
get to the Install Screen.
Click Install to install the Bluetooth software.
Please wait while the software installs all the supported services. This may take several
minutes.
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The following Windows Security alert may appear a few times during the installation.
Click Install this driver software anyway to continue installing the software.
At the end, click Finish.
Your device is now installed and ready to use.
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3.2 Configuring Your Bluetooth Device Settings
To make your Bluetooth device discoverable or configure the connection
properties:
1. Double-click the Bluetooth icon in the system tray.
2. On the Options tab, make sure the Allow Bluetooth devices to find this
computer is checked if you want your Bluetooth adapter to be discoverable.
If required, you can configure the connection properties and icon settings.
If you want to change the name that identifies your Bluetooth-enabled computer:
1. Double-click the Bluetooth icon in the system tray.
2. Click the Hardware tab, select Bluetooth Ultimate… and click Properties.
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3. Click the Change settings button.
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4. Click the Advanced tab, edit your name and click OK.
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3.3 Connecting to a Remote Bluetooth Device
1. Right-click the Bluetooth system tray icon and click Add a Bluetooth Device.
2. Make sure to enable the option that makes your Bluetooth adapter
discoverable and click Next.
3. Available Bluetooth devices in the vicinity will be displayed. Highlight the device
you want to add and click Next.
If your target Bluetooth device is not listed, make sure it is configured to be
discoverable and click Search Again.
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4. Enter a passkey as required by your target Bluetooth device.
• Choose a passkey for me/Let me choose my own passkey: If your
target Bluetooth device can be entered with a customized passkey, select
to use a system-chosen passkey or enter a key that you want to use.
• Use the passkey found in the documentation: Some Bluetooth devices
(e.g., Bluetooth camera or cellular phone) are pre-configured with a
passkey, which can be found on the documentation that came with the
device. In this case, select this option and enter that key.
• Don’t use a passkey: If your targe Bluetooth doesn’t require a passkey,
select this option.
5. If a passkey is entered in previous step, your Bluetooth adapter will exchange
the key with your target Bluetooth device. At this point, move on to your target
Bluetooth device and enter the same passkey you entered in step 4.
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6. Click Finish when this screen appears.
3.4 Checking Services on a Remote Bluetooth Device
Once you have connected to a remote Bluetooth device, you can view the services
available on the remote Bluetooth device by these steps:
1. Double-click the Bluetooth system tray icon and click the Devices tab.
2. Select the desired Bluetooth device and click properties.
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3. Click the Services tab and you can view the available services. To use a
service on remote Bluetooth device, it must be listed and checked.
3.5 Exchanging Files Between Bluetooth Devices
There are two methods that you can send files to or receive files from a remote
Bluetooth device, one is File Transfer Service and the other is Object Push
Service.
3.5.1 Sending File by Object Push Service
To send a file to a remote Bluetooth device utilizing the Object Push service, follow
the steps below:
1. Right-click the Bluetooth system tray icon and click Send a File.
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2. If the Send to field doesn’t show your target Bluetooth device, click Browse to
select the Bluetooth device you want to send file to and click OK. Then click
Next to proceed.
3. Click Browse to select the file you want to send and click Next.
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4. While sending the file, the operator of the target Bluetooth device must be
available to accept the file; otherwise the file transfer fails.
5. Once the file is successfully sent, click Finish. The target Bluetooth device
should have received the file, which is usually saved in the default Bluetooth
folder for Object Push service object.
3.6 Sending File by File Transfer Service
To send a file to remote Bluetooth device by File Transfer service:
1. Double-click the Computer icon on the desktop.
2. Remote Bluetooth devices supporting File Transfer service will be listed under
the Other category. Just drag and drop your file onto the target icon or
double-click the icon and do copy and paste operations.
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Notes:
If the target Bluetooth device is not listed, make sure you have added it by
following the steps described in “3.3 Connecting to a Remote Bluetooth
Device” section on page 54.
If error message appears when you attemp to send a file, check if File Transfer
service is still availabe on the target device by following the steps descriebed
in “3.4 Checking Services on a Remote Bluetooth Device” section on page 56.
3. On the remote Bluetooth device, respond to the File Transfer Service (or FTP
access) message to accept the file.
3.7 Receiving File from another Bluetooth Device
When a remote Bluetooth device is attempting to send you a file, in the system tray
area you will get either a request for PIM Item Transfer access (if remote device is
using Object Push service) or FTP file access (if remote device is using File
Transfer service) permission.
Just follow the prompts to receive the file. (There is no need to use the Receive a
File item on the Bluetooth icon’s shortcut menu.) The file will be saved in the
default Bluetooth exchange folder, which can be specified by double-clicking the
Bluetooth icon, selecting the Share tab and clicking Browse.
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You must enable this option to
allow remote Bluetooth device
to access your File Transfer
service.
3.8 Joining a Personal Area Networking (PAN)
PAN provides ad hoc network between Bluetooth devices. If a remote Bluetooth
device provides ad hoc network service, then you can connect to it by these steps:
1. Right-click the Bluetooth system tray icon and click Join a Personal Area
Network.
2. Select the remote Bluetooth device that you want to connect to and click
Connect. (If the remote Bluetooth device is not listed, click Add and follow the
instructions to add the device. Note that passkey exchange is needed
otherwise the remote Bluetooth device will not be listed as a PAN candidate.)
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3. On the remote Bluetooth device, respond to the Personal Area Network
message to allow the access.
4. Once the PAN is established, you can go to Control Panel > Network and
Sharing Center > Manage network connections to verify the status.
Once the PAN connection is made, the computers on the same ad hoc network
should be able to locate each other and use the network service such as
file/printer/drive sharing or Internet access sharing.
3.8.1 File/Printer/Drive Sharing
1. On the file-sharing computer:
• Share the resoucres such as a folder, printer or drive.
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• On Windows Vista, it’s necessary that there is a Windows account which
the client can use to log on locally. If such an account does not yet exist,
create one (via Control Panel > User Accounts.)
2. Each computer that joins the PAN should now be able to locate each other.
When a computer is attempting to access the shared resources on Windows
Vista, a log on dialog box will appear and user should enter the username and
password of an existing user account.
3.9 Dial-up Networking
3.9.1 Connecting to a Remote Bluetooth Device with DUN
Service
If there is one remote Bluetooth device providing Dial-up Networking service and
is physically connected to a modem, then your computer can connect to it to
access the Internet or log on to a remote network.
To do this:
1. Double-click the Bluetooth system tray icon and click the Dial-up tab.
2. Select the remote device that provides Dial-up Networking service and click
Connect.
Only the Bluetooth device providing Dial-up Networking service will be listed.
If you make sure the target remote device provides that service but is not listed,
click the Devices tab and click Add to add it.
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3. When the dial-up dialog box appears, fill in the related fields to make a dial-up
connection.
To close a dial-up networking connection, just double-click the Bluetooth system
tray icon, click the Dial-up tab, select the connected device and select
Disconnect.
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3.9.2 Offering Dial-up Networking Service
1. Make sure the modem is connected and properly installed. (Refer to the
manual comes with the modem for installation steps. Then restart your
computer after the installation.)
2. Double-click the Bluetooth system tray icon and click the Share tab. Check the
option that shares your modem and click Apply.
3. When remote Bluetooth device is attempting to wirelessly connect to your
modem, you must respond to the notification message to allow the connection.
3.10 Connecting to a Bluetooth Audio Device
Your Bluetooth-enabled computer can connect to a Bluetooth audio device (e.g.,
handsfree headset, stereo headphone and so on) as the audio input/output device
for this computer. When a Bluetooth audio device is connected to this computer, it
can function as a wireless microphone/speaker for an audio application, such as
an Internet soft phone or Instant Messaging software.
1. Make sure your Bluetooth audio device is discoverable and add the device as
described in “3.3 Connecting to a Remote Bluetooth Device ”section.
2. Once the Bluetooth device is added, if needed you can select it and click
Properties to make sure the required services are checked.
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3. Click the Audio tab, locate your target audio device, select the service you
want to use and click Connect.
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4. Once connected, Bluetooth audio device will be automatically configured as
Windows default playback and recording device. You can now use the
Bluetooth headset to wirelessly listen to music played on the host computer or
record sound (if Bluetooth microphone function is provided).
3.10.1 Using Bluetooth hands-free device with IM software
Once connected to a Bluetooth hands-free device, by default it will be
automatically configured as the audio in/out devices for Skype. To use it in other
telephony software, such as MSN Messenger or Yahoo Messenger, you can open
that software and make sure Bluetooth audio device is set as the audio in/out
devices.
3.11 Connecting to a Bluetooth Audio Gateway
If you connect to a remote Bluetooth audio device’s Audio Gateway service, then
you can use this computer’s microphone and speakers as the remote device’s
audio input and output devices. For example, if your Bluetooth cellular phone
supports audio gateway service, you can redirect the phone’s conversation to your
computer’s microphone and speaker.
To use Audio Gateway service on remote Bluetooth device, follow the steps
described on previous section and connect to Telephony Audio Gateway service.
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3.12 Sending/Receiving Images to Remote Imaging Devices
After you connect to a Bluetooth imaging device, such as digital camera, a shortcut
will add to your computer. To send an image to the remote imaging device, drag
and drop your image file onto the destination’s device icon and respond to the
request on the imaging device. To receive an image, just follow the notification
messages to proceed.
3.13 Sending/Receiving PIM Items
To send PIM items, just follow the steps in “3.5.1 Sending File by Object Push
Service” section and select the PIM items you want to transfer.
When a remote Bluetooth device is sending you PIM items, just follow the
notification message to proceed. Related settings, including the PIM storage
location, can be configured via the PIM Interface tab on the Bluetooth Devices
dialog box.
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4. Troubleshooting
Problem or Symptom
I cannot connect to a paired
device that is listed in Entire
Possible Solution
•
Check to see if the device is turned on, in range,
and in Discoverable mode (refer to the manual
that came with the device for instructions for
making the device discoverable). Devices that you
have paired with are listed in Entire Bluetooth
Neighborhood regardless of whether they are
turned on, in range, or in Discoverable mode.
•
Check to see if the device Bluetooth radio is
turned on (refer to the manual that came with the
device for instructions). If the other device is a
Bluetooth computer, check the appearance of the
Bluetooth icon in the notification area.
•
If you have connected a Bluetooth device with
another Bluetooth device besides this computer
(for example, connecting a headset with a cellular
phone), you must delete the existing connection to
this computer, and then re-create the connection.
•
Check to see if the device is turned on, in range,
and in Discoverable mode.
•
If you have printed to the printer before, verify that
the printer is in range, is turned on, is not
malfunctioning, and is still paired with this
computer.
•
If you have not printed to the printer before, did
you install the printer? If not, install the printer
according to the instructions provided in this
manual. If you did install the printer, verify that the
procedure you followed matches the instructions.
•
If you have printed to the printer before, verify that
you are in range of and paired with this computer,
that both the printer and this computer are
powered on, that the printer is not malfunctioning,
and that the printer is the default printer for this
computer.
Bluetooth Neighborhood.
The device I want to connect to
is not listed in Entire Bluetooth
Neighborhood.
I cannot print to the Bluetooth
printer from this computer.
I cannot print from another
Bluetooth computer to a
standard printer that is
physically connected to this
computer.
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•
I cannot send a fax using the fax
•
capabilities of a Bluetooth
telephone, modem, or other
device that offers fax service.
If you have not printed to the printer before, did
you install the printer on your computer? If not,
install the printer and try again.
The device offering the fax service may be set to
use another device instead of the fax modem.
•
Check to see if the volume on the headphones is
set to minimum.
•
Adjust the volume using the volume control on the
media player rather than the master volume
control on the computer.
I cannot communicate with a cell •
phone or reconnect to a cell
Verify that the cell phone is in Discoverable mode,
is in range, and that the Bluetooth radio is turned
on.
I cannot adjust the headphone
volume.
phone.
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5. Specifications
Item
Description
Interface
USB 1.1 compliant A type female connector
Supported OS
Windows XP, 2000, Vista 32/64-bit
Frequency Band
2.400–2.4835 GHz
Spread Spectrum
Frequency hopping spread spectrum (FHSS)
Data Rate
3 Mbit/s, 2 Mbit/s (EDR) and 1 Mbit/s
3 dBm typical, Power Class 2 with dynamic power control
Transmission Power
12 dBm typical, Power Class 1 with dynamic power control
Receive Sensitivity
–80 dBm maximum
Antenna
PCB antenna
Operating Range
100m (Class 1) / 10m (Class 2)
Operating Temperature
0°C to 55°C
Operating Humidity
95% maximum (no condensing allowed)
Storage Temperature
–20°C to 85°C
Security
8~128-bit encryption
Standard
Bluetooth v2.0 + EDR
Dimension
51 x 18.7 x 11mm (L x W x H) (with lid)
Weight
9 g (with lid)
Compliance
FCC, CE
*Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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6. Regulatory Compliance
FCC Compliance and Advisory Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, according 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 correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
1. Reorient the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into and outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Any special accessories needed for compliance must be specified in the instruction
manual.
CAUTION: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment.
CE
This equipment is in compliance with the requirements of the following regulations:
EN 55 022: CLASS B
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WEEE Information
For EU (European Union) member users:
According to the WEEE (Waste electrical and electronic equipment) Directive, do not
dispose of this product as household waste or commercial waste. Waste electrical and
electronic equipment should be appropriately collected and recycled as required by
practices established for your country. For information on recycling of this product,
please contact your local authorities, your household waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
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*Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building materials
and construction, and network overhead, lower actual data throughput rate. Environmental factors will adversely affect wireless signal
range. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All products and trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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