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Connecting to Windows 7 By Bluetooth

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by chops, Jan 2, 2010.

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    hey has anyone connected there droid to there pc with windows 7 via bluetooth. I tried to day and they do not recognize each other, anyone have a answer for this?
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    windows 7 has bluetooth?
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    My media card reader has bluetooth and I used it in the past with another phone using microsofts sync program and I installed win7 today and I cannt seem to get it to work it reads cards and the bluetooth light is on but the two can not discover each other
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    odd if you've used it before... i'm pretty new to win7 myself and don't really know my way around yet.. AND i just figured out that we are friends on facebook. ;)
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    correction: i'm a fan of your droid page. (thanks for plugging the forums!)
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    I get Windows 7 to register my DROID as a Bluetooth device. But no Bluetooth services are shown. On the DROID side it says "Paired but not connected". I can't do anything with the Bluetooth connection in either direction between Win7 and the DROID. The DROID never connects to Win7. I have Win7 64-bit on a Lenovo T61p.
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    Yes, in fact I'm connected to my droid right now with bluetooth via my dell XPS laptop with win 7 64 bit.

    I use this program for file transfers
    Bluetooth File Transfer

    You can also use your pc as a speaker phone which is pretty cool. lol
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    I see my DROID listed under the Win7 Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > Devices and Printers > Bluetooth Devices > as "EdDROID". The device is shown as Category: Phone , but when I right click > Properties - it shows the details as attached here. It seems to be missing all the services.
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