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My attempts to get my Verizon/Motorola phone to download files via Bluetooth with BitPim has left my MonacoPROFILER unable to connect to my DTP70 and my Eye-One.
I have a PowerBook running OS X 10.4.9. The problem is consistent with all user accounts. Spectros work with ProofMaster, ToolCrib and Eye-One Share on the PowerBook. Spectros and MonacoPROFILER work on other computers.
In MonacoPROFILER, in the Select Device screen, I see something odd. Normally the Connection Port is blank, but instead it says “Bluetooth-PDA-Sync”. This field is greyed out and unaccessible which is normal. When it’s time for MonacoPROFILER to connect to the devices it is unable to connect.
I have zapped the PRAM and reset the NVRAM. Bluetooth is off (I have tried with it on too). I need to undo whatever BitPim has done. MonacoPROFILER thinks that “Bluetooth-PDA-Sync” is the USB port.
In /Apple Menu/System Preferences/Bluetooth/Sharing/ I have “Bluetooth-PDA-Sync” unchecked (tried that checked on too).
Any suggestions on how to undo what BitPim has done to my Bluetooth & serial port configurations?