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SE P900 compatibility [i.Tech Virtual Keyboard - 110909]

  • bigsinky
  • Posts: 18
  • 加入日: 19 7月 2004
Does anyone know if this keyboard is compatible with the P900. Does anyone use it with this PDA phone and if so what is it like? I have been told it is comaptible yet it is not on the comaptibility list. any advice? cheers big sinky
  • Michael
  • Posts: 10920
  • 加入日: 15 4月 2003
  • 居住地(例:Japan, Tokyo): Manchester UK
As far as I am aware the P900 is not supported. -- Michael - eXpansys
  • bigsinky
  • Posts: 18
  • 加入日: 19 7月 2004
Thanks for that Michael. Just saved me 100 and a load of hassle. cheers sinky
If it is still relevant, just saw that there is a VKB Bluetooth driver for the P800/P900 at http://www.virtual-laser-keyboard.com/f-a-q.asp.
  • thecolor
  • Posts: 14
  • 加入日: 14 9月 2005
Unfortunately, despite there being a driver, I have yet to get it to work on a P800, P900, or Moto A1000 (of which this single driver is suppose to work with all). The devices connect via Bluetooth, recognize the keyboard, even give a nice little gui on the device when installed, but there is no functionality once connected. :( Still disappointed. A 2 year wait for this, and I can BARELY get it connected to my PC.
  • thecolor
  • Posts: 14
  • 加入日: 14 9月 2005
Yes, finally, I've managed to get it to work on my MAC (OS X 10.4), my PCs (by default), my Nokia 3650, and my Moto A920/A925. All of these excluding the PC have been nerve testing, but funny once done. There is no software for the MAC, obviously. However, this is what I've managed to do to get it connected. When attempting to connect your keyboard with the MAC, you MUST use a short code (2 chars or less). A long code never gets through successfully or properly (so you have a match). :( After you've done the sync (with proper codes) your Mac should recognize it, and 'attempt' to set up an unknown keyboard. It won't find one 'ever' since it's not a standard keyboard, so you'll just cancel that operation and set in your Bluetooth settings the keyboard as a favorite. After this is done, shut the board off, and restart it. It will attempt a reconnect and you will hear a small chirp from the board. Success... you should now be able to utilize the board with your Mac. Bare in mind, since it's not by any means a Mac keyboard there are plenty of commands that won't work. I've tested many with no success... Although that does not mean I do not continue to try. :) If you find special command functions for the MAC, please post. :) The Moto connection is very similar. Connect and permanently allow with no confirmation via the phones Bluetooth, (not the software). Once connected and perm allowed, set the software to enable vkb, but say, "no" to the prompt if it's the first time you've used it. It will attempt (if prompted "yes") to look for it via Bluetooth and never work. Finally, turn off the keyboard and back on. You should hear the same small chirp from the phone as on the Mac connect and viola. :) Hope this helps.
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