Hi, I am trying to connect my LG Viewty with microsoft stack on windows XP with latest version of vectir as of today.i get to the point where i see my laptop name after server search, when i try to connect to the server i get an error something like "lost connection to server, click ok to retry." on the vectir blutooth logs i see something like "expected message size 32123 recieved 121"default settings (automatic connection and others) are used.also have restarted and infect reinstalled all pieces of software but no use. Thanks Here are a few things to try that may help:1.
Try different packet size settings (Server tab of the Bluetooth Remote control dialog). The next step is to set the connection type on the phone to COM Port.
This is found under Settings Hi, Thanks for the quick exact error message in bluetooth log on PC is:"Incomplete message bytes.
Expected = 32768 Received = 121"the exact error message in phone is:"server connection----------------------the server connection has been lost.
select OK to reconnect."1) the flow-control has no effect (with any of the packet size) and am getting same error.2) the change of packet-size (without flow-control) is also not making any difference, same error.3) bluetooth settings in MS-stack already have com ports added for my phone, i tried both (incoming and outgoing) ports but as soon as i select the port number from server settings on PC the log (on PC) gives errors as follows:" MS stack controller closed COM27c failed to open"the error continues untill i switch it back to "Automatic" in server i ignore this error and continue to connect the phone i get the following error:"no services found"4)flow-control with com port and(default) 4K packet-size is also not working.
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Regards Hi, I've had a look in the code and can't see any obvious reason for your problem.
There must be an incompatibility between Vectir and LG phones as no users have yet reported successful operation with an LG.
The fact that a connection was established and some data was transferred is promising.