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					V2.0 USB BLUETOOTH DONGLE

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SPECIFICATIONS: o o o o o o Compliant with Bluetooth V1.1 & V1.2 Supporting Profiles: Networking, Dial-up, Fax, LAN Access, and Headset Supported OS: WIN 98/98 SE/ME/2000/XP Interface: Compliant with USB 2.0 & 1.1 Data Transmission Rate: 3Mbps Working Distance: 20 - 100m

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FEATURES: o o o o o Convert non Bluetooth PC into Bluetooth enabled. Wireless connection to Bluetooth devices such as mobile phones, PDA or PC, for data transfer, Networking, Dial-up, Fax. Enabled wireless connection to Bluetooth headset. Supports Bluetooth Voice Data Supports multi-language.

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GETTING STARTED

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Installation of Bluetooth Driver.
1. Insert the CD, which is included in the item package, into the CD-ROM. 2. Follow the installation process as shown below:

During the installation process, a window will pop up to remind you that there is no Bluetooth device detected. Connect the V2.0 USB Bluetooth Dongle, and then click OK to continue the installation.

When the installation process is done, click Finish. A window will pop up to remind you that you must restart your computer for configuration of the new installed program. Click YES to restart Your computer. 3. After you restart the computer, the Bluetooth Setup Wizard will pop up. This will start the pairing process of your PC and Remote device. Follow the instruction as shown below:

When the Remote device was found, highlight the device then click NEXT to proceed.

The next window will require you to enter the Passkey, and then click Pair Now to create the connection between your PC and the Remote device.

The illustration shown above is actually in just one window. The above listed are the services available through the selected Remote device. Select the service to create a shortcut in My Bluetooth Places.

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Working in My Bluetooth Places
a. The icons shown above in My Bluetooth Places are the shortcut service icons that you chose after the pairing process.      SEND BUSINESS CARD – request a business card from the remote device BLUETOOTH SERIAL PORT – establish a wireless serial connection with the remote device. DIAL-UP NETWORKING – connects the remote device to access the Internet or a remote network. FILE TRANSFER – files that you transferred to the remote device. HANDSFREE AUDIO GATEWAY – redirect the remote device’s audio to your computer.

b. At the left side of your Bluetooth Window is the ―Bluetooth Tasks‖. All other functions are linked in the menu indicated here. c. “Other Places‖ division includes the ―Bluetooth Exchange Folder‖ where you can access the file sent to the computer from the remote device. d. COMMON FUNCTIONS USING YOUR BLUETOOTH:  FILE TRANSFERRING Double-click the OBEX File Transfer. Drag here the files you want to send to the remote device window.  ADD A BLUETOOTH DEVICE

Click the Add a Bluetooth Device link at the Bluetooth Tasks then follow the Bluetooth Setup Wizard procedure.  REMOVE THE PAIRING Click the View devices in range link at the Bluetooth Tasks. All the connectable remote devices will be displayed. Click to the device then click Remove Pairing option.

Bluetooth services include:
  AUDIO GATEWAY — allows another Bluetooth device to become the audio input/output device for the computer. BLUETOOTH IMAGING — allows the exchange of images with other Bluetooth devices, including Bluetooth cameras.

NOTE: Images can also be transferred between devices using the File Transfer service and other services.  BLUETOOTH SERIAL PORT — allows another Bluetooth device to open a wireless serial connection with the computer. The wireless serial connection may be used by applications as though a physical serial cable connected the devices. Dial-up Networking — allows another Bluetooth device to use a modem that is physically attached to this computer. Fax — allows another Bluetooth device to send a fax using a fax modem that is physically attached to the computer. File Transfer — allows other Bluetooth devices to perform file system operations to and from a configurable restricted area of the computer — browse, drag/drop, open, print, cut/copy, paste, delete, rename, etc. Headset — allows another Bluetooth device to use the computer's microphone and speakers for its audio input/output. PIM Item Transfer — allows other Bluetooth devices to exchange Personal Information Manager items with the computer. PIM Synchronization — allows other Bluetooth devices to synchronize a Personal Information Manager database with the PIM database on the computer. Printer — allows other Bluetooth devices to use a printer that is hardwired directly to the computer via a USB or parallel (LPT) cable. Network Access — allows another Bluetooth device to access the Internet/Local Area Network via a physical connection on this computer or allows another device to become part of an ad hoc network provided by the computer.

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NOTE: All Bluetooth servers do not necessarily provide all of these services. For example, a network

access point may provide only the Network Access service.

Bluetooth icon can be shown in 3 different modes:
1. Blue and White – Enabled 2. Blue and Red – Disabled 3. Blue and Green – Connected Go to HELP Menu for further information about Bluetooth places and other topics. Go to SEARCH tab to an easy topic searching.


				
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