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Old 11-10-2006, 02:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have never used Bluetooth before. Can anybody show me the major steps of using BlueTooth of synchronizing my desktop computer with my BlackBerry?

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Here's a good place to start >> How to use the Native Bluetooth Drivers with Most Bluetooth Adapters
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I have just read that posting. It sounds complicate and risky to do. I think I will just give up the idea of using Bluetooth to synchronize with my computer.
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It's not hard at all. If it's a bluetooth headset, set your blackberry's bluetooth to enable and hold down your on button on your headset until it starts blinking. The blackberry should recognize it from there. Also the blackberry will ask you to search for the headset, go ahead and do so. For a gps, it's the same way, just cut it on and search for it.

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And I apologize for not reading all into your post. That part for the desktop.......I haven't tried.
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