1.What does my PDA need in order to print to D-Link DBT-320?
To print from your PDA, be sure to have at least the following:
●Bluetooth enabled PDA
●Bluetooth Software supporting the Object Push Profile
●Printing software (i.e. PrintPocket CE for PDAs running Pocket PC 2002 or 2000, BTPrint for Palms running Palm OS 4.x or ●OS 5.x, iPAQs running Pocket PC 2003)
●The Bluetooth printing procedure will vary depending on the manufacturer of your PDA and software that you are using. Please check your PDA manual or with your manufacturer for specific directions on how to print.
2.How do I print to a D-Link DBT-320 using my mobile phone?
To print from your mobile phone, be sure that you have at least the following:
Bluetooth enabled mobile phone supporting the Bluetooth Object Push Profile. This enables the printing of business cards from your mobile phone.
The Bluetooth printing procedure will vary depending on the manufacturer of your mobile phone. Please check your mobile phone manual or with your manufacturer for specific directions on how to print.
3.Why can´t I print with D-Link DBT-320?
Here are some troubleshooting steps that you can take if you are having trouble printing with the DBT-320.
Make sure your printer is turned on and the Ready LED on the DBT-320 is green. If the Ready LED is not green, check your USB connection to the printer.
Make sure the Bluetooth icon on the screen of your laptop, computer, mobile phone, or PDA is white. This means that the Bluetooth application is ready. If the Bluetooth icon is not white, try rebooting your Bluetooth mobile device and/or reinstalling your Bluetooth software. Check that your Bluetooth software supports the HCRP and SPP Bluetooth profiles for printing.
If the Bluetooth icon is red, the DBT-320 is not properly connected. Check the DBT-320 connection to your printer and your printer connection.
When printing, the Bluetooth icon will blink Green. If the Bluetooth LED is not flashing on, check your DBT-320 connection to the printer. Your printer may also not be configured correctly. Check your printer configuration.
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