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  1. #1
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    unable to connect.maximum number of bluetooth connections in use

    hi,
    i am developing bluetooth application for receiving data.
    when i search for devices,sometimes it is showing the device correctly.sometimes it is showing
    message."unable to connect.maximum number of bluetooth connections in use".there is only
    two bluetooth devices including nokia6600.i also switch off the nokia6600 and restart again,it i
    showing same error.what could be th problem.is there any problem in
    symbian OS.in the service centre they install me a program called caribe.is that caribe may
    do something wrong.is there any way to find which programs are running in the background.
    how to reset symbian os 7.0s other than switch off


    rgds,
    mani

  2. #2
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    Re: unable to connect.maximum number of bluetooth connections in use

    I am having the ssme problem with Nokia 6620. I have nothing paired and yet it gives the message "maximum Blue Tooth connections already in use".

    Can you you advise what to do?

    Thanks

    John Ronayne --jronayne60@comcast.net

  3. #3
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    Re: unable to connect.maximum number of bluetooth connections in use

    Hi,
    I think if you use your own application then with these old devices you can use multiple bluetooth connection. Bluetooth UI application prevent multiple UI connection in these old devices. If you don't use the UI then that should be OK but you have to use some other application UI for searching, pairing and so on

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