Bluetooth has rapidly become a vastly used medium for sharing of media, be it file transfer, music/video streaming, user-interface control, and for services like dial-up networking, etc. More and more PCs, gaming consoles, I/O devices, cellular phones are now getting equipped with Bluetooth feature to increase their connectivity options.
Recently we came across a useful app that can get your Bluetooth device to work with Microsoft Bluetooth Stack. If you have a Bluetooth device who’s driver fails to install in Windows 7 rendering your Bluetooth adapter useless, you can give this app a try.
The developer by the name of Wuul has developed an awesome application called Blue Lock
that I am sure would be used by everyone. It is fairly simple app that locks the computer when no bluetooth device is found.
Here is how it works, you run the portable app and it will start detecting all bluetooth devices near your computer. Select the mobile device from the list and it will add the hardware information in the “Lock Device” field.
Apple’s Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard is both awesome and super-sexy. The limitations are that it can only work with OS X but not with Windows. What if you love this keyboard and want to use it with Windows?
Uawks, which stand for Unofficial Apple Wireless Keyboard Support, is a free opensource tool that makes the Apple Wireless Keyboard fully compatible with Windows. You can enable it to run during Windows startup, once loaded, it runs silently in the system tray. Read More
All Nokia devices supported by iSync can connect to your Mac through Bluetooth
. However, selected Nokia device models can also be synchronized through a USB cable in addition to using Bluetooth. If iSync supports both Bluetooth and USB connections to your Nokia device, you can choose whichever connection method you prefer for the initial setup. Follow these simple steps to connect your Nokia Phone with you Mac.