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Article/Guide: Setting Up and pairing the Bluetooth USB Dongle (Windows XP & Vista)
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Article/Guide: Setting Up and pairing the Bluetooth USB Dongle (Windows XP & Vista)

 Posted - 5/27/2009 3:44:30 PM  -  Show Profile  Edit Message

Itoro
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Article Title: Setting Up and pairing the Bluetooth USB Dongle (Windows XP & Vista)
Item Resource Page: Generic-MiniBluetooth2.0Dongle

Article:
Windows XP & Vista
1. Plug the Dongle in a 2.0 USB port (Should work in 1.1. However, depending on the power requirements, there may be issues)

- The Dongle Glows to indicate an established Hardware connection.

2. Now that your hardward is connected , Windows XP & Vista automatically detect your new Hardware. The bluetooth icon appears among the tray Icons.

--- Your Dongle is ready to be paired with a USB device of your choice. ie a headset.  


 Posted - 5/29/2009 12:52:43 PM  -  Show Profile  Edit Message

Itoro
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Pairing
This is how I paired my device
- Load the Bluetooth Setup wizard. FOollow the instructions you are given.
- You will be asked to check if you bluetooth device is setup or in pairing mode. You may need to refer to your
   bluetooth device user manual for how to properly do this. I
paired my bluetooth device to a headset (RocketFish: RF-SH430).
   I had to hold down the ON/OFF button for Five seconds. One my device was in pairing mode there was a very significant and
   recognizable DING.
- Once you are sure your device is in pairing mode, check box that confirms this and click next. Initiate the scan for bluetooth
   Devices.
- Once the search is complete you'll see a list of all the bluetooth devices within range of the dongle. Select your device and press ok or next.
- You'll be asked for a pin/pass code. Your device will come with one. Usually 0 0 0 0 but may be something else. Refer to your manual.
- Press enter once the code has been entered.

---------- Your bluetooth device is now paired. And ready to be used

 

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