Configuring a Bluetooth Connection

LogoManager includes two modes of operation for phones that support Bluetooth:

If you have Windows XP, it is strongly recommended that you use the official Microsoft Windows XP driver stack instead of a manufacturer-supplied driver stack. The XP drivers provide integrated support for Bluetooth without the need for configuration of an array of virtual serial ports on the system.

If you can not use the WinXP driver stack, then the third party stack provided with your hardware should allow you to set up virtual serial port drivers for the various profiles in your phone. Unfortunately Nokia did not originally support this type of connection for phone management. Firmware updates may be available at your local Nokia Service Centre to rectify this (on the Nokia 6310i, at least version 5.50 is required).

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Configuring the communications
Connection troubleshooter
Bluetooth XP
Legacy Bluetooth Drivers