Bluetooth COM One Device

Category: Bluetooth
Manufacturer: Belkin
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1000.00 Bytes
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 6.0.1.4900  / 04 Oct 2008

Windows device driver information for Bluetooth COM One Device

This driver version for the Bluetooth COM One Device manufactured by Belkin contains fixes for some issues encountered with the driver’s previous releases. The issues addressed by this version include the issue regarding difficulty with accepting information via the Microsoft Outlook application, and the option ‘Send to Bluetooth’ not appearing in the Microsoft Outlook application on machines under the 64 bit Windows Vista operating system. Other issues addressed include the system suddenly becoming unstable when repeatedly going into the hibernate or suspend mode, and the absence of sound when making use of a ThinkPad system as a Bluetooth enabled speaker. This driver version for the Bluetooth COM One Device also includes a fix for problems arising whenever the system boots up from the hibernate or suspend mode, such as the FTP (file transfer protocol) function malfunctioning.

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The Bluetooth standard implemented by the Bluetooth COM One Device is an open wireless protocol used to exchange data across short distances (by making use of short length radio waves) from mobile or fixed devices which results in the creation of a PAN or personal area network. This protocol is capable of connecting multiple devices, which overcome issues regarding synchronization. There are various Bluetooth applications – the earliest being the wireless communication and control among a hands free headset and a mobile phone. Other applications include wireless networking among computer systems in a small space requiring little bandwidth, and wireless communication among computer output and input devices such as the keyboard, mouse and printer. The Bluetooth protocol is likewise used for transferring files, reminders, calendar appointments and contact details among devices compliant with the communications protocol OBEX (Object Exchange). Bluetooth is now also utilized in controls where infrared was previously used among many others. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Bluetooth COM One Device errors before installing any driver updates.