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  1. pil0t

    pil0t Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Anyone else has problems syncing to his computer win7 via bluetooth?

    I somehow manage to pair the phone and PC but HTC Sync doesn't do anything. Should I set any ports or something?
     

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  2. gie62001

    gie62001 Well-Known Member

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    nope no problems at all just depends what you want to do
    pair the desire with your windows 7 PC:
    then:
    go to your bluetooth devices:
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    then chose desire from your paired devices:
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    then chose to whatever you want to do with your desire (options 1 and 2):
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    hope it helps
     
  3. gie62001

    gie62001 Well-Known Member

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    ohh sorry misread it you want to sync it and not just connect it via bluetooth :)
    but i think you should be able to sync it via bluetooth as well
     
  4. playing_hooky

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    Hi pil0t, I'm having a similar issue. I can full connect my droid to my samsung netbook running Windows 7 starter edition with no problems. I have however just tried to connect to another laptop in the house running windows 7 ultimate and i get the message that the phone is paired but when i try to connect I get a message stating "bluetooth headset disconnected" is this what you are getting? if anybody out there has any ideas on solving this problem please let us know. Thanks
     
  5. pil0t

    pil0t Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    @playing_hooky: No, i see that it is paired but not connected.

    I don't know what is the problem. My Nokia was able to connect easily on the Win7 and the same drivers but HTC cannot.


    Is it possible that i should set ports to sync with HTC Sync? Which ports is HTC Sync listening?

    @gie62001, no i get stucked at the second step you wrote. The device does not show as connected although it is paired.
     
  6. staz1000

    staz1000 Well-Known Member

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    I don't think the HTC Sync software is too good. It's worth considering using Google to sync contacts and calendar.
     
  7. pil0t

    pil0t Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    No, Google is not an option to me. I don't trust putting these sensitive details online.
     
  8. staz1000

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    They're more safe online than on a phone you could lose!
     

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