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How to Synch Your JAM or MicroSoft Bluetooth Stack via Bluetooth

Now, download and install MicroSoft ActiveSync 3.8 on your computer. Be sure that you have setup a partnership with your JAM via USB prior to trying to connect via Bluetooth.

To create a Bluetooth connection and synch your JAM with your computer on your JAM, go to Programs/ActiveSync.

 

After you open ActiveSync on your JAM you will then tap on "Tools". You will now see your computer that you paired and configured in "Step Two" above has now got a setting in that menu, so tap "Connect via BT with (your computer's name)".

You will see the following screens on your JAM. As it establishes a Bluetooth connection with your computer.

Now look quickly to your Computer's Monitor or screen. A popup balloon will ask you to allow connection with the JAM. Quickly click on it with your mouse. The following screen will appear.

Be sure to "check" the box labeled "Always allow this device to access this service".

Now the magic begins! You have successfully paired and configured your JAM and computer to synchronize via ActiveSync wirelessly.

Screenshots of the JAM synching with my laptop via Bluetooth.

Finally a fully synched JAM without having to pull out the USB, plug it all up, etc. Just open ActiveSync on your JAM while in range of your Bluetooth enabled computer to fully synch your contacts, calendar, etc.

Bluetooth and JAM go together just like Peas and Carrots.

 

Credits 
This article has been edited and published with permission from the original author - Mark Morrow (BengalBoy)

 

 

 

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