How to ActiveSync using bluetooth

This is the guide on how to sync your phone via blue tooh without using the USB Cable/Data cable (Microsoft Active Sync) We will start with the configuration from the Computer,

STEP 1: First go to your Bluetooth configuration, for my case it is located in the System Tray (right clicking on the Bluetooth icon, and choose Bluetooth Configuration)

or

you can Go to Control Panel -> Bluetooth Configuration For this example, it is Port 7 (Bluetooth Serial Port) You could have a bluetooth Serial port, if you have installed Microsoft ActiveSync, if not you could manually add a Bluetooth Serial Port.

Bluetooth Configuration

STEP 2: Next, we wll need to setup your Microsoft ActiveSync. Make sure that you have previously sync using a cable, and has already setup the partnership between your mobile and computer.

Go to your Microsoft ActiveSync File -> Connection Settings

Microsoft Activesync menu connection settings

In the Connections Settings allow the connection to the bluetooth com port. (For this case, we’ll select com port 7)

Microsoft Activesync Connection Settings

On your Windows Mobile

STEP 1: Make sure the Mobile Phone, and PC Bluetooth are turned one. Go to your Windows Mobile Bluetooth settings (as per screenshot below)

Select the Computer (my case WINXP-4811BB284), if your Computer is not here, click on Add new device to search for your PC.

Windows Mobile Bluetooth Setting

STEP 2: After that, you should see the following screen. Tick the related services that you need, (we will select ActiveSync and OBEX File Transter)

For some case, you will not see ActiveSync. Select Serial Port as alternative.

Windows Mobile Bluetooth Setting - ActiveSync

STEP 3: We’re almost done, now open the Microsoft Active Sync program. (it will be in your program files) Click on Menu -> Connect via Bluetooth and wait for it to establish the connection.

Mobile Active Sync - Connect via Bluetooth

Mobile Active Sync - Connect via Bluetooth

Finally, after it is connected, just click (touch) the Sync to sync with your computer and DONE. Anyway, after you have finished the synchorization, make sure that you disconnect the activesync or turn off your bluetooth. As you don’t want it to drain your battery.

Microsoft Active Sync Program - Sync

Microsoft Active Sync Program - Sync

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How to remove unwanted input method in WM 6.1

How to remove unwanted SIP

HKCR\CLSID
search below for each type:

Samsung Panel (at 63th)
{209DFEC6-8F27-428b-9BD3-671FD9F71C04}
IsSIPInputMethod > change 1 to 0

Keyboard (121th)
{42429667-ae04-11d0-a4f8-00aa00a749b9}
IsSIPInputMethod > change 1 to 0

Letter Recognizer (122th)
{42429690-ae04-11d0-a4f8-00aa00a749b9}
IsSIPInputMethod > change 1 to 0

Block Recognizer (123th)
{42429691-ae04-11d0-a4f8-00aa00a749b9}
IsSIPInputMethod > change 1 to 0

Chinese writing (211th)
{7C20A390-0F0D-49f2-89AE-D10821F36776}
IsSIPInputMethod > change 1 to 0

Samsung Phonepad (323th)
{CE176388-8E63-4549-0646-BE242E3FE78C}
IsSIPInputMethod > change 1 to 0

Samsung Keyboard (324th)
{CE176388-8E63-4549-0946-BE242E3FE78C}
IsSIPInputMethod > change 1 to 0

Samsung Keypad (325th)
{CE176388-8E63-4549-0A46-BE242E3FE78C}
IsSIPInputMethod > change 1 to 0

Transcriber (390th)
{F0034DD0-2AD4-11d1-9CB0-E84BE8000000}
IsSIPInputMethod > change 1 to 0

Source: Wizard tweak @ http://www.samsung-omnia.org/how-to/howwhatwherewhichwhywhen/msg4727/#msg4727

How to increase the volume in Samsung Omnia

Here is the tweak to change the volume for the Samsung Omnia, using the WM9731 Control Util (SGH-i900 Grandprix Version 0.1)

dial *#0002*28346# on your Omnia,
increase db slowly (+3dB) in order not to damage your speaker

Here is the default setting, (in case you would like to revert back)

Audio Control - Normal - Handset Default Setting

Audio Control - Normal - Handset Default Setting

and this is my setting, for the AudioControl

click Menu > Normal > Handset
Default settings
DAC(0C) (digital to analogue) = -4.5 db (my setting -1.5db)
SPK(02) (speaker) = -3 db (my setting 0db)
MPBST(22) = +12 db (same)
RBST(14) = 0 db (same)
RVOL(12) ( radio volume) = 21 db (same)

Menu > Apply & back (to continue, once complete all, click ok)

Following is the screenshot of my setting,

Audio Control - Normal - Handset My Omnia Setting

Audio Control - Normal - Handset My Omnia Setting

I am leaving the rest as default, by if you would like to change the other volume as well. Here is the references.

click Menu > Normal > Headset
Reference Setting
DAC(0C) =  1.5db
HP(04) (handphone volume) = -9db
MPBST(22) = +24 db (no change)
RBST(14) = +20 db(no change)

Menu > Apply & back (to continue, once complete all, click ok)

In case, you want to revert back to revert back to the default settings,

Menu > Normal > Handset
DAC(0C) -4.5
SPK(02) -3
MPBST(22) +12
RBST(14) +0
RVOL(12) 21

Menu > Normal > Headset
DAC(0C) -1.5
HP(04) -12
MPBST(22) +24
RBST(14) +20
RVOL(12) -1.5

Menu > Normal > Camcoder
DAC(0C) -4.5
SPK(02) -3
MPBST(22) +12
RBST(14) +20
RVOL(12) 15

Menu > Talking > Handset
RCV(02) -3
RX(16) -3
MPBST(22) +12
MVOL(0E) 0
M2BST(10) +0
TX(08) -6

Menu > Talking > Earjack
HP(04) -7.5
RX(16) -6
MPBST(22) +12
MVOL(0E) 0
M2BST(10) 0
TX(08) -6

Menu > Talking > Speakerphone
SPK(02) -1.5
RX(16) 0
MPBST(22) +12
MVOL(0E) -3
M2BST(10) +0
TX(08) -6

Menu > Talking > BTMono
ADCV(12) +4.5
RX(16) -6
V2M(18) -9
TX(06) -9

AC97
Address 00
Value 0000
Mark FFFF