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Motorola Bluetooth CE Bus PhoneDongle User Manual

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Motorola
Bluetooth
CE Bus Phone
Dongle
(Arachnid)
User's Guide

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  • Page 1 Motorola Bluetooth CE Bus Phone Dongle (Arachnid) User’s Guide...
  • Page 2: Fcc Statement

    FCC 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, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents CHAPTER1 INTRODUCTION ....................4 1.1 Introduction To The Bluetooth CE Bus Phone Dongle..........4 1.2 Package Content......................4 1.3 Arachnid Specification....................5 1.4 Application Scenario ....................6 CHAPTER2 ARACHNID HARDWARE DESCRIPTION ............7 2.1 Arachnid Hardware Diagram..................7 2.2 LED Indicators Status ....................
  • Page 4: Chapter1 Introduction

    Chapter1 Introduction Introduction To The Bluetooth CE Bus Phone Dongle Your newly purchase product is a Bluetooth-enabled phone dongle that attaches to compatible non-Bluetooth CE Bus connector mobile phones to enable Bluetooth wireless connection, referred to “Arachnid” in this document. Snap the Arachnid to compatible non-Bluetooth mobile phones can create a wireless connection to a Bluetooth hands free headset as long as they adhere to the Bluetooth 1.1 specifications and support either the headset or hands free Bluetooth profiles.
  • Page 5: Arachnid Specification

    Estimation 2.5 cm x 1.3 cm x 1 cm (W x L x H) Motorola V60, Motorola V60i, Motorola V60c, Motorola Compatible Phones T720, Motorola T722 and Motorola V120 (The compatible phones will be updated without notice. Please contact with our tech support for the up-to-date compatible phone list.)
  • Page 6: Application Scenario

    Application Scenario...
  • Page 7: Chapter2 Arachnid Hardware Description

    Chapter2 Arachnid Hardware Description 2.1 Arachnid Hardware Diagram Arachnid contains a Bluetooth module, a CE Bus male connector, and a wired headset jack cable to route the phone audio via the Bluetooth link to a Bluetooth headset. 1. Audio Jack Plug 2.
  • Page 8: Led Indicators Status

    Arachnid. See below table for a detailed indicator description. Charging Port Plug your mobile phone charging plug to this charging port to charge your mobile phone battery. 2.2 LED Indicators Status LED Indicators 1. Arachnid Initialization: No Bluetooth connection. Both LED indicators show steady blue when plugs the Arachnid to your mobile phone to indicate initial status.
  • Page 9: Chapter3 Applications

    Arachnid flash blue light alternatively. 2. From PC side, double-click My Bluetooth Places on Windows desktop. From Bluetooth menu, click Search For Devices and the found Bluetooth devices will be shown on the right pane. You can see Motorola Arachnid is in the list.
  • Page 10 4. The system starts to pair these two devices and the process will take a few seconds. If the pairing process is complete, there will be a red check on the Motorola Arachnid icon and both LEDs on the Arachnid will flash blue rapidly 10 times.
  • Page 11 Double-click on the Motorola Arachnid from the found list to find all Bluetooth services it provides. The service Arachnid provides is in the below window. Double-click on the Serial Port On Motorola Arachnid icon.
  • Page 12: Voice Gateway Service

    6. You can find there are two green arrows added on the Serial Port On Motorola Arachnid icon indicating the connection is active. After the serial port connection is successfully built, you can do information synchronization or data link between these two connected Bluetooth devices.
  • Page 13: Dun (Dial-Up Networking) Service

    From the Bluetooth Explorer, click Bluetooth menu and select Search for devices. The Bluetooth devices in range should be shown on the right pane. In this example, the Bluetooth-enabled cellular phone – Motorola Arachnid is displayed on the right pane.
  • Page 14 Right-click mouse button on the Motorola Arachnid phone icon and select Pair Device from the shortcut menu.
  • Page 15 The system starts to pair these two devices and the process will take a few seconds. If the pairing process is complete, there will be a red check on the Motorola Arachnid icon and both LEDs on the Arachnid will flash blue rapidly 10 times.
  • Page 16 Dial-up Networking on Motorola Arachnid. Select “Connect Dial-up Networking” from the shortcut menu. The following screen shows that the system starts to connect to the cellular phone. This setting may vary with different GSM/CDMA carrier. Please check with your service provider for setting GPRS service.
  • Page 17 If the connection is established successfully, a connection complete dialog box will be displayed and there will be two green arrows added on the Dial-up Networking on Motorola Arachnid icon indicating the service is active. Now, you can open an...