When using certain versions of the Widcomm driver stack with some Nokia phones, the phone will disconnect at the start of the connection.
Note: since this article was written, most LogoManager products now contain native support for the Widcomm driver stack. Upgrading your software may enable you to reconfigure in order to avoid the below problems.
Before doing anything else, check that your phone supports connection via a virtual serial port. With the Nokia 6310i, for example, you need at least firmware version 5.50. To find out your firmware version, press *#0000#
Most users have reported no problems at all with the Widcomm drivers, however if you observe the above problem, then some users ahve reported that initialising the connection prior to starting up LogoManager can work around the problem.
1. To connect to the phone, right-click the Bluetooth tray icon, and select to connect to the Bluetooth Serial Port from there.
2. Start LogoManager and go to Tools->Options and configure the connection type as Serial Cable->Bluetooth Serial Port. Set the COM port to be the same as the port used for this profile in the Widcomm drivers (for example COM3)
For guidance on setting up Bluetooth, please refer to the help page in your connection manager and also to the following article: How to connect a Nokia phone with Bluetooth