Table of Contents Federal Communications Commission Interference Statement....3.1.2 Active Connections Tab............PACKAGE CONTENTS................3.2 Menus.................... INTRODUCTION..................3.2.1 New..................HARDWARE INSTALLATION..............3.2.2 Tools..................SOFTWARE INSTALLATION..............184.108.40.206 Paired Devices............1.Introduction to Bluetooth Software 220.127.116.11 Business Card Exchange........... 1.1 Bluetooth Icon................3.2.3 View..................1.2 Apply power to the Bluetooth Hardware........
REGULATORY INFORMATION This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. Federal Communications Commission Interference Statement EUROPEAN COMMUNITY CE NOTICE The 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.
Upgrade your legacy PDA to Bluetooth connectivity with the DCF- 650BT, and connect quickly and simply to all of your personal mobile devices at home or at the office! The DCF-650BT comes complete with Bluetooth software for your Pocket PC, enabling you to manage, config- ure, and connect to your Bluetooth enabled devices.
ActiveSync will sync your computer and PDA and enable you to install drivers on your PDA. You can download Insert the DCF-650BT into your ActiveSync for free from Microsoft’s website handheld device.
Note: Screens will vary slightly from the screens shown depending on your Windows Operating System. Click Next Click Finish Completing the Driver Installation The Bluetooth software will automatically be downloaded to your PDA. This screen will appear to indicate Click successful installation.
BTW-CE NINSTALL A PRIOR VERSION OF BTW-CE is the Bluetooth software included with your DCF-650BT and is the If you have a version of BTW-CE prior to vesion 1.2.0 , it must be uninstalled solution for the seamless integration of Bluetooth technology into devices that before installing version 1.2.0 or later.
2 Using the Bluetooth Control Panel Each of these tabs is explained in detail in the remainder of this section. BTW-CE provides a Control Panel to adjust Bluetooth settings. To access the Control Figure 3: Configuration Overview Panel, in the lower-right corner of the Today screen, tap the Bluetooth icon . BTWCE can have multiple saved configurations.
2.1.1 Profiles ENERAL There are three options on this screen: Profiles are accessed and managed from the Control Panel, General Tab. They allow: · Current Profile: · Different users to quickly re-configure a Pocket PC according to their To change the active profile, tap the down-arrow in the “Current personal preferences.
CCESSIBILITY 18.104.22.168 Rename or Delete a Profile Figure 5: Control Panel, Accessibility tab From the Today screen, tap the Bluetooth icon . From the Bluetooth Control Panel, General tab, tap From the Add/Delete Profiles screen: a) Tap a profile name, then the Rename button and enter the new name.
• Authentication (Passkey) required: check this option to require a • All devices—select this option to allow all devices to connect. passkey or a Link Key from the remote device before allowing the • connection. When this option is enabled and a remote device attempts Paired devices only—select this option to allow only devices to establish a connection, the Bluetooth Passkey screen (Figure 6) that have a paired relationship (see Section 3.2.2) with this...
2.3.2 File Transfer Tab 2.3.3 Information Exchange Tab Figure 7: Control Panel, File Transfer tab Figure 8: Control Panel, Information Exchange tab The Common Options (see Section 2.3.1) on this tab only affect Incoming Information Exchange connections. There is one additional configurable item: “My business card (vCard)”. The “My business card”...
2.3.4 Serial Port Tab 2.3.5 Dial-up Networking Tab Figure 10: Control Panel, Dial-up Networking tab Figure 9: Control Panel, Serial Port tab The options on this tab only affect incoming Dial-up Networking connections. All of the Common Options (see Section 2.3.1) are available. There are three additional items: •...
3 Using the Bluetooth Manager BOUT This tab provides: The Bluetooth Manager allows you to set up connections and communicate with remote devices using Bluetooth. The Bluetooth Manager is accessed as · Release Version information follows: · Copyright notice From the Today screen, tap Start> Programs > Bluetooth Manager. ·...
Figure 12: Bluetooth Manager Menu/Toolbar The two tabs at the bottom of the Bluetooth Manager screen are: · My Shortcuts · Active Connections 3.1.1 My Shortcuts Tab The default tab on the Bluetooth Manager is My Shortcuts. This screen displays the shortcuts that have been created for connections to other devices.
22.214.171.124 Connection Status Screen 126.96.36.199 Connection Inactive—Context Sensitive Menu Options This screen displays: From the My Shortcuts screen, tap-and-hold a connection shortcut that is associated with an INACTIVE connection to access the context sensitive • The connection’s name menu. • The remote device’s name The menu options are: •...
188.8.131.52 Connection Properties Screen 3.1.2 Active Connections Tab This screen displays: This tab displays the currently active Outgoing and Incoming Connections on the Pocket PC. • The connection’s name To the right of each active connection icon is a signal strength indicator •...
3.2.2 Tools ENUS The Tools menu has two options. They are: There are three menus on the bottom of the Bluetooth Manager. They are: · Paired devices · · Business Card Exchange · Tools · View. 184.108.40.206 Paired devices When two devices are paired , they share, and exchange prior to each 3.2.1 New connection, an internally generated security key.
Bluetooth Browser 220.127.116.11 Business Card Exchange Business Card Exchange is accessible from: Various BTW-CE applications require you to select the device you want to · An icon on the Bluetooth Manager’s menu bar connect to. For instance, from the Bluetooth Manager, when creating a ·...
is doing: The wizard is searching for devices. When the desired device Figure 19: The Bluetooth Browser window allows you to select a Bluetooth appears on the screen, tap the device to select it and stop the device search. To stop an in-process search, tap The wizard has completed its search for devices.
5 Using Remote Device Services Figure 21: Dial-up Networking This section provides overview instructions for using services provided by Bluetooth Dial-up Networking Overview other devices. Bluetooth "over-the-air" connection Cellular or Physical connection ERIAL The use of a Bluetooth wireless serial port connection is identical to the use Device that provides of a physical cable serial port connection between two devices.
Figure 22: Dial-up Networking, overview Figure 23: Bluetooth File Explorer overview (composite screenshot) s h o e e n s c r LUETOOTH XPLORER Bluetooth File Explorer appears automatically when a File Transfer connection is established. It allows you to: ·...
5.3.1 Change the Remote Device Folder 18.104.22.168 Delete a File on the Remote Device To delete a file on the remote device: tap the file to be deleted to highlight it, To move down in the directory structure of the remote device, tap the new then, from the File menu, tap delete.
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