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I recently got the Blackjack II; anyway, I am trying to use the old Samsung PC Studio 3 (which is compatible) with this phone. However, once I run the program with the phone connected, I get a message that tells me to check the connection again (if already connected), or to go to my computer's properties as it appears the COM is in use.

I know it is not a connection problem, as once I plug in the phone via USB, the network wizard tells me that everything is installed and good to go. The problem comes when I run the program with the phone plugged in...

Any suggestions about what the warning/alert message means and what I should do?

Thanks...

Edited by McKnight, 05 February 2008 - 11:41 PM.

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*UPDATE*

It appears that this message: "COM PORT FAILURE" occured when the phone was plugged into the computer via USB before the program was started. Upon removing the cable and then reconnecting it, the connection was a sucess.

I do not recall this ever happening before... I did install a bunch of updates to PC Studio; perhaps this was the case? Anyone know?

Thanks again...
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