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In message , Anthony R. Gold
Right now the XP Bluetooth Devices wizard is showing that a Plantronics
M2300 is Passkey enabled.
That's the problem - there's no Bluetooth audio support in the Windows
XP SP2 built in Bluetooth stack.
You'll need to use a non-Microsoft Bluetooth stack, such as the Widcomm
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