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Shazza

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#14334 28-Jun-2007 11:31
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Hi there, We have a nokia 2865 and trying to setup the network/connection to transfer data via infrared using Tungsten E2. It's not connecting.  We have the init string setup as: +crm=1;+cso=33 - speed 115,200bps and user name is mobile@jamamobile - password assigned - phone #777.  Would anyone know why the connection is not being established?

Thank you.

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diesel_mr2
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  #76183 28-Jun-2007 12:51
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drop the speed, and keep dropping it till it can establish a connection, thats worked for me with my old nokia via a USB IR apapter..

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