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Thread: Simultaneous Bluetooth Connections - a reality?

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    Simultaneous Bluetooth Connections - a reality?

    Just found this. looks very interesting, i havnt tried it yet though, the only down side is that it might not accept automatic connections..

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    give it a shot tell us how it is. would this allow motorolas to have multiple connections? I would think thats the phone's limitation.
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    I have got a brand new K750i from sony ericsson and it has BT 1.2 on it. I can really make 2 connections at the same time with it. On to the pc and the other to my bluetooth headset. The problem is that the calls don't go to the headset whenever I use phonecontrol to make these calls.

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    Motoko, did you get a chance to download that program? It's no longer listed.

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    I think I have it. It was an 11KB file with a .sis extension. I don't know what to do with it, but if anyone wants it and couldn't download it, try clicking here to download.
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    .sis is a Symbian install file, just transfer it to a symbian phone to install it....
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    Does it have to be transfered to a particular folder in the phone.

    DO I need to "flash" or "flex" the phone with the file. Ya, I know it's not an shx file, but, what do I do with it.

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    sonofa.......

    The mention of the GPS unit threw me off. I haven't used any Symbian based phones and neglected to consider that it may be for a Smart device.

    So much for that.

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    When I used to transfer stuff to my 7650, I just connected via IR then right clicked and send to nearby computer. The phone would know what to do with it when it arrived and asked if I wanted to install it...

    Simple....
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    Oh, the download is still working btw... http://www.megaupload.com/?d=145X06G8

    You have to wait a while for it to let you download it... No goot to me now I have a SE T610 though.
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