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Author Topic: Pairing with Windows Mobile 6.1 or 6.5  (Read 7512 times)


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Pairing with Windows Mobile 6.1 or 6.5
« on: April 25, 2011, 12:37:10 pm »

Please follow the instructions below:
  • Turn on the Bluetooth feature on your cellphone (on both 6.1 or 6.5 series).
  • Power on the GPS Receiver by holding it's power button for at least 1 second.
  • To search the device on the 6.5 and 6.5.3  versions, go to Start Menu > Settings > Bluetooth. On Devices Tab, click on "Add new device..." option and search for bluetooth.
    For 6.1 Pro version, go to Start Menu > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth. On Devices Tab, click on "Add new device" option and search for bluetooth.
  • Once device is found, click on the device and enter this passcode: 0000.
  • Next, click on Advanced option and check the "Serial Port" box.
  • Go to Com Ports tab and incorporate a new Com Port to show the device. Uncheck the "Secure Connection" box and proceed to add the outgoing com port.
  • Now, go to Security tab and uncheck "Authentication (Passkey) required" box.
  • Navigate back to Setting Menu and go to "System" option in both 6.1 and 6.5 versions.
  • Locate controls for "External GPS".
  • In External GPS Menu, go to Program tab and select the incoming com port.
  • Under the Hardware tab, choose the outgoing com port and leave the Baud Rate to 4800 (default value).
  • The receiver has been configured. To start GPS, open up the "GPSInfo.exe" file and execute it.
  • Before testing it, confirm if the device is turned on. Also make sure the bluetooth feature is enabled.
  • From the drop-down list selection, choose the outgoing com port, set the Baud Rate as 4800, and tap on "Start GPS" button.
  • You should be able to see continuous scrolling data.


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Re: Pairing with Windows Mobile 6.1 or 6.5
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2013, 01:48:45 am »

Different from other electronics, cell phones have become the necessity of every one's daily life. If someone still has no idea of mobile phones, you must say that "Out!" of course except the senior citizens. To be honest, cell phones really bring us lots of benefits. We use it for talking, sending and playing. With it, our life can be modern one, without it, we will be live in the Mars, you know, know nothing about each other. But do cell phones have no disadvantages? Of course not, more and more people are using cell phones at the cost of other interests. Noises are everywhere, especially the one of mobile phones. What should we do, throw them away? It is a stupid behavior. Have you ever heard cell phone signal booster? It is a new kind of device to solve this problem, effective in blocking the signals of your cell phone and its nearby base station. one side, the mobile phone really benefits us a lot, but another side we also benefit from its noises for a long time, so the fight between the cell phone and cell phone jammer has been a hot topic in society now. Which side you stand by, jamming or not, it depends on you.
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