[NTLK] Fwd: eMate bluetooth?

From: Newton <mynewtonlives_at_mac.com>
Date: Wed Oct 24 2007 - 07:12:35 EDT

Adrian Marsh
Newton 2100 and Mail V

> From: Adrian Marsh <adrianrmarsh@mac.com>
> Date: 24 October 2007 14:10:17 GMT+03:00
> To: newtontalk@newtontalk.net
> Cc: adriano.angelillis@gmail.com
> Subject: Re: [NTLK] eMate bluetooth?
> I have never been able to successfully get Bluetooth working on my
> eMate, despite the undoubted aesthetic qualities mentioned by
> Adriano Angelillis. I have installed Bluetooth 0.7.6 (as suggested
> in the Wiki pages) with the other packages (including the correct
> Blunt eMate package), and do not have SysPatch on the machine, but
> each time I try to initiate or accept pairing, the small light on
> the PICO card turns an angry red and the eMate freezes, forcing me
> to restart the machine. Looking through the NewtonTalk archives
> after this mailing, I couldn't find a solution to the problem, but
> the strange thing is that this combination (Blunt 0.7.7 for the
> 2100US, Nitro, Neo for the same and Bluetooth 0.7.6) works very
> well on the 2100, with my PowerBook G4 running Mac OSX 10.4.10. I
> have Avi's -10061 fix installed on the eMate, but when freezing
> this, the initiation process just 'hangs' and can't be reset even
> using the suggestion on the Wiki of running the 'Test' programme in
> the Setup. Trying to accept the PowerBook's initiating a
> connection, by launching the BT Obex from the In/Out Box again
> results in freezing the eMate within moments, and there are
> occasional 'Binding Errors' that crop up.
> Is there a solution to this problem that others have found?
> On 23 Oct 2007, at 20:57, newtontalk@newtontalk.net wrote:
>> Re: [NTLK] eMate bluetooth?

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