BluCop says I should turn on the Bluetooth module
BluCop uses the Bluetooth module of your device to build cost free radio connection to the guarded markers.
This is the reason, why BluCop is unable to operate without an active Bluetooth module.
The way how Bluetooth can be turned on strongly depends on your device.
If you can't find the corresponding menu item in your mobile's menu system then check the manual of your phone.
I cannot activate my trial license: BluCop is telling that my trial period has expired although I had not activate it
Free trial period starts when you install and start BluCop regardless of the time of activation, so it is highly recommended to
activate the trial version just after installation.
If you have received your BluCop over Bluetooth when your friend used the Bluetooth Share menu item of BluCop, then your
friend's BluCop installation date influences your trial expiration date. If your trial key is rejected, you may visit
our download page directly to obtain an original and fresh BluCop version.
Not all alarm sounds are available
BluCop uses different sound formats (wave, midi, tone) to support as many phone types as possible.
If your device does not support all of these formats then some of the alarm sounds will be missing from the sound list
of the marker properties panel.
Another reason could be if your mobile is in silent mode, which makes sound services unavailable for BluCop.
Vibration does not occur when alarm is raised although it is configured
If your phone supports vibration then you should check if it is enabled.
(E.g.: Menu/Settings/Profiles: Vibrating alert on Nokia 6288)
Do not hesitate to use our WEB forum forum.happstor.com
to report problems or ask BluCop related questions.