Anyone got any idea why OS X Mail doesn't like tethering? I mentioned some details in my first post.
Also, my 10v when it turns-up won't have BT
; I was thinking about installing it later along with upgrading the RAM. However, I just discovered I have a Bluetooth dongle from my Windows days :-)
I tried getting it to work with my Mac Pro so that i could tether it to my HTC Diamond - I'm guessing that if that works, there's a very good chance that it will work with the 10v and I will then be able to tether without installing BT
Although the dongle is powering via USB, and the Mac Pro realises it has a newfound 'BT
capability', and the Diamond discovers the dongle, I can't actually tether because when I input the passcode my Mac Pro generates, the Diamond recognises it and seems very happy, but the Mac Pro doesn't progress from that screen. It's like it's still waiting for the Diamond to provide the correct code.
The Diamond identifies the dongle directly as 'ISSCBTA' whereas previously, when I tethered via the Mac Pro's internal BT
, it recognised the connection as 'Mac Pro'. It's as though the Diamond is successfully connecting with the dongle but the dongle is not properly communicating with the Mac and therefore not doing the job it's supposed to do - to act as a conduit via PAN.
Do you think I need some sort of drivers or software to get the Mac Pro to live happily with this dongle?
EDIT: I should add that the Mac Pro has integrated BT
but i switched-that off for the purposes of what I was trying to do i.e. getting the BT
USB Dongle to act as it's BT