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« on: November 20, 2010, 04:39:17 PM »

Hello,

i do have a onboard Dell 365 BT Module installed in my machine.
According to the screenshots it identifies itself as WIDCOMM Stack.

I need to enter a passcode to pair the deviceses as there is no skip button.
Also the Smootconnect Software is not starting up (most likeyls because it is no windows stack).

I still can sync my bt paired cellphone, so the device is working.

Is there a possibility to get it run with my wiimote?

I would still, also after an change to the ms stack if that would be necessary be able to use my bluetooth to sync my phone then.

Would be great to receive feedback how to get it work.

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Mark
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« Reply #1 on: November 20, 2010, 04:54:35 PM »

Hello,

i do have a onboard Dell 365 BT Module installed in my machine.
According to the screenshots it identifies itself as WIDCOMM Stack.

I need to enter a passcode to pair the deviceses as there is no skip button.
Also the Smootconnect Software is not starting up (most likeyls because it is no windows stack).

I still can sync my bt paired cellphone, so the device is working.

Is there a possibility to get it run with my wiimote?

I would still, also after an change to the ms stack if that would be necessary be able to use my bluetooth to sync my phone then.

Would be great to receive feedback how to get it work.

Regards,
Mark

Hi Mark,

To skip to passkey entry, you may press Alt+S.

We have replied you in detail via email.

Regards,
Boon Jin
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« Reply #2 on: March 11, 2011, 11:20:53 AM »

Hello Boon Jin,
I am having the same issue as Mark and I tried the Alt+S it did nothing. Do you have any suggestions for how I may connect the wiiremote.
My version of BT is;
Widcomm 5.6.0.3101

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David
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« Reply #3 on: March 11, 2011, 02:21:44 PM »

Hello Boon Jin,
I am having the same issue as Mark and I tried the Alt+S it did nothing. Do you have any suggestions for how I may connect the wiiremote.
My version of BT is;
Widcomm 5.6.0.3101

regards

David

Hi David,

You may want to use the MS Bluetooth Stack instead. With this you can automatically connect your Wiimotes with Smoothboard's SmoothConnect.

You may try to disable the Widcomm stack and see if the MS Bluetooth Stack loads. Also, you may use the tool from http://www.bluetoothinstaller.com

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Boon Jin
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