What do I need for Bluetooth?

  s99Raj 21:11 04 Nov 2006
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I have XP Prof and a Sony Ericsson V600i phone. What do I need for a bluetooth connection between the two?

I know nothing about bluetooth, and would like to download music and ringtones, say, from the web, and transfer them to the phone.

  Vangeliska 21:14 04 Nov 2006

If the phone has Bluetooth all you need is a Bluetooth Dongle to fit into a USB socket

  moorie 21:15 04 Nov 2006

a blue tooth dongle,they have ranges starting at 10m and up,they come with a driver cd and then follow instructions from there.once paired up you will then be able to achieve the things you want to do.

  moorie 21:18 04 Nov 2006
  s99Raj 21:18 04 Nov 2006

So ALL I need is something called a "Bluetooth Dongle"? Is that correct? Assuming the phone is capable of receiving Bluetooth signals, of course, I don't need to buy anything else?

  Vangeliska 21:21 04 Nov 2006

Nope, if the phone has Bluetooth built in all you need is the USB Bluetooth "dongle" that's it!

  s99Raj 21:24 04 Nov 2006

Thank you for that Vangeliska. Sounds so simple - and it probably is!

  Vangeliska 21:25 04 Nov 2006

From the Specs. it has Bluetooth

The V600i has some great features - video calling, a music player with FM radio, a 1.3 megapixel camera and video camera, a very high quality screen, Bluetooth and a multitasking capability. It performs well in these areas, but is sadly let down by poor ringtone volume (leading to missed calls) and poor voice quality as a result of the speaker being placed in an unusual position. These are significant downsides.

  s99Raj 21:25 04 Nov 2006

Is there a difference between a Bluetooth USB Dongle and a Bluetooth USB Adaptor?

  Vangeliska 21:27 04 Nov 2006

Can you post a link to the USB Adaptor? not sure what it is.

  giosblue 21:28 04 Nov 2006

A toothbrush?

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