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Windows 7: How to Change Bluetooth Service Settings

28 May 2010   #1
Harrismith

Windows 7 Proffesional
 
 
How to Change Bluetooth Service Settings

Can the services settings for the Bluetooth be adjusted so that I can receive standard Microsoft Office documents and PDF files?
At the moment I can only receive photos.


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28 May 2010   #2
NoN

Windows 7 Professional SP1 - x64 [Non-UEFI Boot]
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Harrismith View Post
Can the services settings for the Bluetooth be adjusted so that I can receive standard Microsoft Office documents and PDF files?
At the moment I can only receive photos.
Depend of the bluetooth software installed in your machine...Tell us a little more.

You should have a kind of "Exchange Service" for vCard, vNote, vMsg...Calendar
and a tab mentionning "Syncronize Informations".....
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28 May 2010   #3
Harrismith

Windows 7 Proffesional
 
 

Help!!
Not sure what you mean.
Where can I find what Bluetooth software is installed?
We have two laptops, a Dell and an Asus
The Dell is fine, it can send and receive.
The Asus can only send.
When I try and send from the Dell to the Asus, the message 'no services found' comes up.
When I right click the Asus device in the Dell 'Bluetooth Devices' and select properties, the Services tab has the following listed:
  • Audio Sink
  • Audio Source
  • Headset
  • Headset Audio Gateway
  • PCCS
  • Remote Control
  • Remotely Controllable Device
All of which are checked.

The Hardware tab has the following 'Device Functions' listed:
  • Bluetooth AV (Device working properly)
  • Bluetooth AV Remote Control Target (No drivers Installed for this device)
  • Bluetooth AV Source (Device working properly)
  • Bluetooth Headset (Device working properly)
  • Bluetooth Headset AG (Device working properly)
  • Bluetooth Remote Control (Device working properly)
  • Bluetooth SyncML (No drivers Installed for this device)
Hope this is of use!
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28 May 2010   #4
NoN

Windows 7 Professional SP1 - x64 [Non-UEFI Boot]
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Harrismith View Post
Help!!
Not sure what you mean.
Where can I find what Bluetooth software is installed?
We have two laptops, a Dell and an Asus
The Dell is fine, it can send and receive.
The Asus can only send.
When I try and send from the Dell to the Asus, the message 'no services found' comes up.



When I right click the Asus device in the Dell 'Bluetooth Devices' and select properties, the Services tab has the following listed:
  • Audio Sink
  • Audio Source
  • Headset
  • Headset Audio Gateway
  • PCCS
  • Remote Control
  • Remotely Controllable Device
All of which are checked.




The Hardware tab has the following 'Device Functions' listed:
  • Bluetooth AV (Device working properly)
  • Bluetooth AV Remote Control Target (No drivers Installed for this device)
  • Bluetooth AV Source (Device working properly)
  • Bluetooth Headset (Device working properly)
  • Bluetooth Headset AG (Device working properly)
  • Bluetooth Remote Control (Device working properly)
  • Bluetooth SyncML (No drivers Installed for this device)
Hope this is of use!
So bluetooth is already pre-install (built-in) on your machines?

Does those Red mentionned when you're in device manager allowing you to update the drivers or simply do they tell it doesn't need loading drivers for those?

Have a look in your "Services" in "Administration Tools", control panel to see if all related to bluetooth are set manual or automatic and are start/stop....
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01 Jun 2010   #5
Harrismith

Windows 7 Proffesional
 
 

Had the weekend to do some investigation.......
Right click the Bluetooth icon in the Asus Notification area and there are two additional options;
  • Send
  • Receive
When Receive is selected the Dell is able to locate the Asus Bluetooth Services and transfer files........ simple really, only wish this was described somewhere in the ops manual!
Problem solved - many thanks for you efforts.
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