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Old 07-24-2009, 07:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm trying to synch with Outlook using Desktop Mgr 4.6 to my 8310 Curve running 4.5 OS. I can pair devices (so I'm running the correct Microsoft BT stack on XP) but I can't connect to Desktop Mgr or do the synch.

From reading other forum entries it woud seem this is because Bluetooth Services display on my BB does not even list 'Desktop Connectivity' or 'Wireless Bypass' services. How do I get these services installed on my BB ???

I was on BES, but am now disconnected and on BIS only - and Yes, I have removed the IT Policy imposed when I was on BES .... there is now no mention of Policy on the Security/General Settings screen, and I've had no problems doing other stuff (like installing new apps) that I was prohibited from doing when I was on BES. I also did a phone Wipe when I switched from BES to BIS.

Any ideas as to how I add those missing services to my BB ??
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I've never to this day seen a BT sync actually work. As for the adding profiles, I don't believe you can add them. From how I understand it, you can't add profiles as they are set by the manufacturer
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