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Old 09-19-2006, 01:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have tried to look around, but have not found step by step instructions for both the sync and the DUN for the 8100/Pearl.

My Toshiba Bluetooth Manager (Bluetooth Stack for Windows by Toshiba, ver 4.00.20.D) can find the Blackberry and has the following profiles showing up:

Dial Up Networking
BlackBerry desktop service
BlackBerry bypass service

When I connect from the Pearl, the desktop does not show any connection icons.

Can I connect to a non-Microsoft Bluetooth Manager?

Can someone post this please, or provide a link?

Thanks!
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I'm having the same issue. Anyone have any luck using the Toshiba bluetooth stack. Any idea how to use the Microsoft stack on a Toshiba laptop? thanks.
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I'm in the same situation. Have attempted to change to the Microsoft stack several times using online reference document info, but no luck, so reinstalled the Toshiba bluetooth stack. Sure would welcome a program to change from the Toshiba stack to the Microsoft stack on my VAIO!
I want to: (1) sync with Outlook using bluetooth, and (2) use my Pearl as a modem. (Question: Can I do this using the USB cable and avoid the bluetooth for the time being?) Thanks for any help you can give!
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I have a VAIO SZ that came with the Toshiba stack, I removed it and installed a Widcomm 5 stack. I can't sync over BT (only works with MS stack) BUT dial-up networking works perfectly, so does transferring files - even allows the PC to be used as an audio gateway (headset) for the BB.

Not being able to sync over BT is a fair price to pay for the excellent functions available with the Widcomm BT stack.

Check the Sony forum at Notebook and Laptop Reviews on the detailed instructions how to uinstall Toshiba and install Widcomm.
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