Originally Posted by Bing0
This is completely false. I am a Lenovo Authorized Reseller and I just set mine up in less than 10 minutes (T60p).
Bluetooth is a standardized protocol and in no way specific to Lenovo devices. First make sure you have the latest access connections software and drivers then pair your phone with your laptop. "Add a Bluetooth Device" Then setup your connection options properly in BB Desktop Manager software.
The problem isn't with the Lenovo deployment per se - it's the BT stack that Lenovo was using (at least at that time). We've got 200+ users with BB's and T60/T60p's, and in order to allow them to sync to DM, we had to do two things:
1. Create a custom policy that allows the BT Desktop Bypass.
2. Create a custom BT stack/driver.
I can probably dig up some additional details on this when I get into the office, but it's pretty well documented. There is a RIM KB article about needing the default Windows XP SP2 (SP3 is also OK) BT stack for compatibility (and the drivers that shipped on the T60/T60p are not the stock XP BT drivers). I attached a picture of my device manager showing the custom BT stack. IIRC, it was a pretty quick & simple fix once I found all of the information I needed. This problem goes back a long ways - to my 8703e days.
A few links that may be helpful (URL's for RIMs KB articles have all changed): http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...onization.html http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...bluetooth.html