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    Quote Originally Posted by Cossie1 View Post
    Working fine via bt and wifi with my iPhone 4s, iOS 5.0.1, with iDirect 1.00.20
    How did you get it to work?? I cannot get it to connect EVEN though the iphone IS connected with bluetooth!! Here is a pic to show that the phone is connected, yet the program cannot connect. Please help!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by abb1 View Post
    How did you get it to work?? I cannot get it to connect EVEN though the iphone IS connected with bluetooth!! Here is a pic to show that the phone is connected, yet the program cannot connect. Please help!!!!
    You need to setup a personal hotspot on your phone (used to be called internet tethering).

    Then on your desktop open the bluetooth panel and click connect via AP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cossie1 View Post
    You need to setup a personal hotspot on your phone (used to be called internet tethering).

    Then on your desktop open the bluetooth panel and click connect via AP.
    Where is the 'connect via AP?? I have ALL my bluetooth windows open and 'personal Hotspot' is on


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    Right click on the phone i've circled, and select connect connect using (2nd down from top) and then access point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cossie1 View Post
    Right click on the phone i've circled, and select connect connect using (2nd down from top) and then access point.
    I have done it, as you can see on my phone that it is connected via AP, and it still cannot connect. Is there anything else I might have missed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abb1 View Post
    I have done it, as you can see on my phone that it is connected via AP, and it still cannot connect. Is there anything else I might have missed?
    I did reboot my phone after setting up the hotspot, but that shouldn't be mandatory.
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    Oh well, I was praying on getting this working! I guess just some things are not meant to be. Thanks anyways for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by abb1 View Post
    Oh well, I was praying on getting this working! I guess just some things are not meant to be. Thanks anyways for your help
    Did you try WiFi?

    Anyway, make sure you have itunes,

    make sure you downloaded mobilink from this thread

    pair your iPhone with PC and check it is working properly, if not fix this.

    turn off iDirect(close it)

    go to BT devices RightClick, Connect using -> Access point(you need to Turn on Tethering/Personal hotspot(?) for this to work)

    after this you should be connected

    run iDirect>Connection... choose Bluetooth

    tap it twice
    (click ok for any disturbing msg boxes)

    Test

    Observe Win7 screen for msg windows from ASUS and SetNetLoc/UAC... Allow all (alttab to be sure, sometimes these go bg under windows and you will not see them on window list)

    it should work now, if not patiently click all the error msgs, go to connection and choos BT again then run test, it should by working by now.

    if that won't help, RMA your iPhone. ;-)


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    The only thing that I have not done was have itunes as i have it on my HTPC computer, not this oine. Also, you do not need itunes anymore as the iphone is synced over icloud. Anyways, I tried installing itunes, had it all set up, and it still does not work. It is clearly connected via bluetooth and to hotspot, however, it says that the program cannot connect. I used the latest download in this thread for mobilink. The only thing that i can think of is that for the hotspot, I always have to type in the password to get connected, however, connecting via bluetooth, it does not ask me for password.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abb1 View Post
    The only thing that I have not done was have itunes as i have it on my HTPC computer, not this oine. Also, you do not need itunes anymore as the iphone is synced over icloud. Anyways, I tried installing itunes, had it all set up, and it still does not work. It is clearly connected via bluetooth and to hotspot, however, it says that the program cannot connect. I used the latest download in this thread for mobilink. The only thing that i can think of is that for the hotspot, I always have to type in the password to get connected, however, connecting via bluetooth, it does not ask me for password.

    iTunes package is not only iTunes app for syncing your iPhone it is a bunch of services, drivers and other crapware.

    Personal hotspot and BT are two different things, you need to be paired with pc for iDirect to work, also you have to choose access point and watch your Windows, there will be two message boxes one from Asus software asking if you want to allow connection from :hwid: and the other from Operating System asking to choose Location, choose Home.

    After this restart app, try switching to wifi and back to BT(I had to tap twice), and TEST.

    Also, I had like 10 messages about being unable to connect but it connected at the end, now it works as expected.

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