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#1134 25-Feb-2004 12:59
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Got my Palm TT 3 few days ago. i am in Uk.

tried to connect to pc ( windows desk top 4.1)via usb for internet at home, no joy, lot and lots of try in confugiring,

This is the message i got : PPP Time out error 0*1231.

any suggestions ?

Then i want to try to conect to my WORK Lan connection for Broad band net and collect work e-mails through Usb. if succesful i want to Blue tooth adaptor for work deaktop pc.

is belkin usb o.k.

any help woud be appreciated. palm help and support very poor!

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#3867 25-Feb-2004 14:11
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The Palm will not connect through the USB cable without some additional software. TRy Softick PPP.

For Bluetooth connections, yes the Belkin should work just fine.




 

 

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  #4148 10-Mar-2004 10:30
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THANKS.
IT WORKS with softik
But hot synch unable to access usb, so i uninstall softik.

Does Sony-Ericsson T630 works with TT3.

thinking of buying one one inUk.

cheers

 
 
 
 


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#4149 10-Mar-2004 11:35
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Yep, apparently the T630 is fine with the Palm...




 

 

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