R1F Bluetooth Stack

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  1. docta b

    docta b Pen Pal - Newbie

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    just wanted to let everyone know that the treiber site is back up and you can dl the r1f stuff from there...i havent installed it yet, but just a heads up for those interested.
     
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    Why the Treiber site? Do they make the bluetooth module? I'm not real versed at reading German.
     
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    You can use Google translate to snoop around the site if you like:
    ASUStreiber via Google Translate
    I think the point is that the site allows you to burn a cd with reasonably up-to-date drivers. You don't need to go hunting all over for them.
     
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    Finally got it workin! To anyone who was having this problem, try the toshiba bluetooth stack installation. its on the thread about the r1f bluetooth not working.
     
  5. Jurisprudence

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    Glad to hear the Toshiba stack works for ya docta_b. Not a particular fan of the Toshiba stack personally so went out to find an alternative and found this. http://www.dev-hack.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1297. Its a fairly complex method of installing the Widcomm stack. Worked for me. Maybe not for the uninitiated but if ya take your time (and have the time) its a good solution. All profiles available, syncing with ipaq, connected to headset etc.
     
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