Droid with XLink or Dock-n-Talk gateway?


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  1. morestuff

    morestuff Member This Topic's Starter

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    Has anyone tried using the Droid, or any Android based phone, with the Bluetooth enabled XLink or Dock-n-Talk devices that provide a gateway between your cell phone and your old copper wiring based home phones?
     

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  2. matherra

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    I use the Droid with X-Link. Works fine, automatically connects when in Bluetooth range.
     
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    morestuff Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks for your confirmation that this Bluetooth function works properly in the Droid!!
     
  4. LarryK1152

    LarryK1152 New Member

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    I can't get the Nexus One Android OS to work with my Xlink Gateway.
     
  5. eqwalker

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    I have a dock-n-talk with the blue tooth module and my Droid sync'd up just fine with it. Working great so far.
     
  6. isethruu62

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    I just bought the HTC Incredible phone and I cannot get mine to link with my Xlink. When I set it to pair with it, the phone just sits there pairing. I might get a message that there is a problem connecting to it or I may not get message.
    Did you ever get yours to connect to it? Did you find out any other solutions to getting it to connect?
     
  7. pictone

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    I have the exact same issue as isethruu62. The Incredible just sits there and says its pairing. My HTC Touch Pro 2 (Windows) worked with the XLink perfectly until I replaced it with the Incredible this week. I also just updated the XLink firmware, but I'm getting the same result.

    When I first turn on bluetooth and tell the Incredible to seach for devices, it finds the XLink and brings up the screen to enter the pairing code. As soon as I enter the first zero "0", that screen disappears, and I get the error "paired but not connected".

    Any ideas? Thanks.
     

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