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Mobile High Speed for Palm OS
Posted on 29-Feb-2004 18:18
This software configures your Palm OS device for GPRS connections in a few clicks and supports most mobile phones and network carriers worldwide, including Bluetooth connections.
Mobile High Speed stores more than 200 network settings needed to go online with virtually any GPRS network worldwide and supports more than 50 phones from Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia and Siemens.
It can completely configure your Palm OS system to use a EDGE/GPRS or HSCSD/GSM connection. No searches for modem scripts, APN numbers, DNS and GPRS settings.
The software includes phone drivers for all supported phones, including Bluetooth configuration. Mobile High Speed will also guide you step by step through the Bluetooth pairing process.
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