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    Well... thanks for the advice... i was reading... i think i
    am goingo to buy this the msi star key 2.0

    Code:
    http://www.msicomputer.com/product/p_spec.asp?model=Star_Key_2.0&class=com
    that is widcoom drivers , no ?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by pixelboy
    Well... thanks for the advice... i was reading... i think i
    am goingo to buy this the msi star key 2.0

    Code:
    http://www.msicomputer.com/product/p_spec.asp?model=Star_Key_2.0&class=com
    that is widcoom drivers , no ?

    thanks
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    Well i bought the msi star key dongle...

    But it is slow... only 9 kbps and in his specs says Up to 3Mbps i am very disappointed... is tooo slow...




    What i am doing bad ? can i do something to go more faster...

    thanks a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by pixelboy
    Well i bought the msi star key dongle...

    But it is slow... only 9 kbps and in his specs says Up to 3Mbps i am very disappointed... is tooo slow...

    What i am doing bad ? can i do something to go more faster...

    thanks a lot
    what PC do you have? are its ports USB 1.1 or USB 2.0?

    Do you have any Wi-Fi (802.11B/G) devices or 2.4ghz phones near by that might be causing interference? How close are your PC and Phone?

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    usb 2.0 (my pc Athlon x2 4800+) and my phone is a sony ericsson k750.

    The phone is closest

    I noticed that when i transfer many pictures that in the total is 10 mb the transfer is 9 kbps... when i transfer only one file is 24kbps

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    Quote Originally Posted by pixelboy
    usb 2.0 (my pc Athlon x2 4800+) and my phone is a sony ericsson k750.

    The phone is closest

    I noticed that when i transfer many pictures that in the total is 10 mb the transfer is 9 kbps... when i transfer only one file is 24kbps
    First off, usb can be "bursty"... and they start slow, and speed up... so larger files usually reach higher transfer rates.. (When transfering MP3's to my Creative Labs Nomad Zen usb 2.0 player via CABLE... 2 and 3 meg songs transfer around 5-7meg per sec... 10meg and bigger reach 35-45meg per sec...

    Next, while the dongle is USB 2.0, and BT HCI 2.0, your phone is most likely BT HCI 1.0 or 1.1 which tops out at 768kbps or 1mbps (depending on what you read), and some HCI 1.1 dongles have been rated as low as 256kbps... so its possible that the limiting factor is your phone, and NOT the dongle...

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    Sorry for boring.....
    but my highsest speed is only 25MBps....that is sad?
    So i am wondering how to make more speedy.... to reach the 768KBps... at least

    thanks man...

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    DBT-120 dongle problems

    I recently installed the DBT-120 to my laptop using the workaround for SP2 (remaning the inf files) and was succesful with only one BT icon blue and white. I followed the instructions to us my phone through BT with MPT but it keeps giving me the com port error. ARe the drivers my problem? I installed the latest revision of the driver software that appears in the D-link website. How do you find out if they are widcomm? b/c I don't see any mention of widcomm in any of the files.

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    update

    I managed to connect my phone with MPT using the alternate method of connecting to the PC and then connecting to MPT. How do I use DUN through MPT b/c right now im using the PC but it seems that I cannot connect to MPT to do file transfers and the like while still connected to the PC over BT.

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    D-Link DBT-120 Rev C uses Toshiba stack

    D-Link changed the drivers for Rev C of their dongle and now use the Toshiba stack. They have a page to show you how to find the revision of your dongle. Scroll down for Rev C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_Venture
    Not sure who is having problems with Dlink dongles.. they usually come with Widcomm drivers which are the easisest to work with...

    Most BT problems I see are when people try to install MPT, and have it setup the phone over bluetooth they get a "comm port installation failed" message... but this is because their phone is already paired with the PC so MPT's pairing and install doesn't like that...

    Most of the "problems" I see are with people who have dongls that use Bluesoliel drivers or the WinXP SP2 drivers and are trying to use MPT... or trying to find the "my bluetooth places" icon to do file transfers... But that is because MPT's phone setup wizard only supports Widcomm drivers, and "my bluetooth places" is a function of the Widcomm drivers.

    Visit my pages... when you're there, use the FAQ in the top right... I have some info on bluetooth, bluetooth dongles, and links to disccussion threads with suggestions of dongles.
    I have a Cellink BTA 6030,
    I have been able to connect with MPT but when it goes to connect I get an error with the com port is this for the same reason. Do you know a fix for this. The very first time I used the Bluetooth dongle it worked. Has not worked since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radionecrotic
    D-Link changed the drivers for Rev C of their dongle and now use the Toshiba stack. They have a page to show you how to find the revision of your dongle. Scroll down for Rev C.
    Thanks for that heads up!!

    That sux... Most everyone using the Toshiba stack with MPT has problems.

    Time to take the D-Link DBT-120 dongle off my list of suggestions...

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    Quote Originally Posted by njkode
    I have a Cellink BTA 6030,
    I have been able to connect with MPT but when it goes to connect I get an error with the com port is this for the same reason. Do you know a fix for this. The very first time I used the Bluetooth dongle it worked. Has not worked since.
    If you've read this thread... you'd see there are different drivers that can be used... Heck 3 different ones are in that text you quoted.

    So can you tell me WHAT DRIVERS this dongle uses?

    If I look at -> http://www.cellink.com.tw/ind-dmanual.htm I'm guessing TOSHIBA.. which I know NOTHING about, other than many people have problems with Toshiba.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_Venture
    If you've read this thread... you'd see there are different drivers that can be used... Heck 3 different ones are in that text you quoted.

    So can you tell me WHAT DRIVERS this dongle uses?

    If I look at -> http://www.cellink.com.tw/ind-dmanual.htm I'm guessing TOSHIBA.. which I know NOTHING about, other than many people have problems with Toshiba.
    Yea it is Toshiba, this is what I downloaded from there site
    tosibaV3.03.13(C)_2KXP_US.rar

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    Quote Originally Posted by njkode
    Yea it is Toshiba, this is what I downloaded from there site
    tosibaV3.03.13(C)_2KXP_US.rar
    Ahh... Toshiba.. know nothing about them.. just of people posting problems...

    If you legally purchased MPT, you can try and get some help in their support forums -> http://www.bvrpforums.com/motorola/index.php

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