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06-19-2011 04:50 PM - edited 06-19-2011 04:51 PM
how to push? =)
Nokia becomes the history, even normal software they can't release.. and I say it not only because of the problems with bluetooth connection...
07-03-2011 01:58 AM - edited 07-03-2011 03:48 AM
Same problem with HP Pavilion dm1
Ralink/Motorola BC8 Bluetooth 3.0 + HS Adapter
PC Suite 22.214.171.124
Win 7 Home Premium x86 SP1
However, I have found a solution using the built-in Windows 7 connectivity to tether my phone via Bluetooth. Im not sure if it needs the nokia drivers installed already but those are present on my system following the install of PC Suite. I had already managed to tether my phone with the PC Suite Connect to Internet option but using the USB Cable connection - so maybe this needs to be done first too. Nonetheless, this is my subsequent solution for using Bluetooth:
In My Bluetooth, pair the phone and then select the paired device. The available services for that phone should now appear. In Networking - Access the internet using a dial-up connection choose Install. One that service has installed, choose Dial and enter the number *99# (no username or password required). Click Dial and hey presto my laptop was connected via Bluetooth and 3G! This connection is saved in Connect to a Network - just choose it to connect with this method in future.
I dont know if this number/method works for all networks/countries/phones/OS/computers. I still need to use the USB cable connection for text messaging and synching etc.
Hope this helps until the underlying comaptibility problem is solved.
07-13-2011 11:18 AM - edited 07-13-2011 11:58 AM
@Udesh - posters have said HTC and Samsung phones can't sync either. Sounds to me like it's not Nokia's fault.
If HP would offer the Intel Centrino 6230 wireless card with integrated bluetooth for the dv6t like the service manual says, we would solve TWO problems:
1) getting 5ghz / dual-band wireless
2) HP's separate Bluetooth chip not supporting Nokia phones
Too bad HP wants to make things complicated.
I'll probably return my dv6t-6100 in a week or two if HP is unwilling to fix
1) OpenGL with AMD
2) Whitelist the Centrino 6230 card in the dv6t BIOS (your support manual says it's supported so why is your BIOS rejecting the card!)
3) Bluetooth solution for Nokia phones, I didn't know this was a 3rd problem I'd be dealing with by going with HP again
The dv6t is practically unusable with these 3 problems!
07-14-2011 06:22 AM
Okay, on my new dv6t-6100, I was able to get Nokia PC Suite's sync to work with my E63. I set it to "automatically sync when I connect my phone" (via Bluetooth) and it worked.
(I was not able to detect my phone on the initial connection however.)
Hoping that it continues to work after I clean install Windows 7. I currently have the problem of "my games are crashing no matter what GPU I'm running on" that I now need to try fixing in 2.5 weeks.
09-22-2011 02:29 AM
I had the same problem...It was fixed when I installed Bluesoliel (version 8). Erlier versions of Blusoliel didn't work.
This software/driver is expensive to buy. Trial version offers 2MB data transfer only :-( ,,,,,,But it is solution for managing sms :-)
Download Bluesoliel here BlueSoleil 8.0.370.0 Download
My PC specs:
HP G62 - Core i3 @2.26 GHz - 2 GB RAM
Windows 7 Ultimate