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Topic # 4918 9-Sep-2005 07:16
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How can i install the driver for nokia 6255 as bluetooth modem, it is not available even at nokia site, though driver for cable modem is available

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Reply # 19876 9-Sep-2005 09:19
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  Reply # 20158 16-Sep-2005 04:42
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Thanks, but mine is a CDMA bluetooth modem , i have got pc suite downloaded from
nokia suite, my dell laptop is bluetooth enabled, but i am not finding "my bluetooth
places " , moreover i want to use the services of RIM (Reliance India Mobile)
for internet connection and it is not a bluetooth lan

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Reply # 20166 16-Sep-2005 08:47
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The instructions I linked to are for a Bluetooth connection to a mobile network and will work with any network, including RIM.

Of course you need to know your operator's user and password and access number - perhaps someone else from India could post here if known?

As for your specific Bluetooth - if you are using the Windows XP SP2 Bluetooth the screens might be different, but the idea is the same, just apply it.










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  Reply # 20923 2-Oct-2005 20:29
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I could finally connect, thanks a lot.
In my case i did not get any "my bluetooth places ", but i had an option
in bluetooth icon in system tray(not in nokia pc suite)
"Add new connection" I followed it (though it worked after several retries)
In advanced modem settings I gave
+crm=1;+cso=33
Phone no in case of rim is #777, username and password are same as phone number.
It is working now.

Thanks a lot
Deepti

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  Reply # 21836 21-Oct-2005 08:23
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I believe deepti summed it up very well.
I have been using the phone as a modem as well and it works like a charm.
guess others on this forum can use this as a guide for using 6255 as a BT modem on RIM in india

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Reply # 22991 10-Nov-2005 17:06
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hay i was just come through of this problem, i struggled a lot get this solved

just download modem driver from nokia site and install it mannualy and create a dial up

and put init string in the modem settings

+crm=1;+cso=33

well to specify it will not work through the DNU modem but the CDMA 2000 1X Generic modem will work, got the driver at nokia site

Good Luck

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Reply # 23000 10-Nov-2005 20:27
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HI I am a Reliance (RIM) user with Nokia 6255 attempting to connect to the net via blue tooth. I have set everything as mentioned above, including the advance setting for the modem.
I have queried the modem and it looks fine (query log below)
ATQ0V1E0 - OK
AT+GMM - +GMM: Nokia 6255
AT+FCLASS=? - COMMAND NOT SUPPORTED
AT#CLS=? - COMMAND NOT SUPPORTED
AT+GCI? - COMMAND NOT SUPPORTED
AT+GCI=? - COMMAND NOT SUPPORTED
ATI1 - COMMAND NOT SUPPORTED
ATI2 - V N150V0400.nep
06-06-05
RM-19
(c)NMP, PRL:None
ATI3 - Nokia 6255
ATI4 - 2004 W28
ATI5 - COMMAND NOT SUPPORTED
ATI6 - COMMAND NOT SUPPORTED
ATI7 - COMMAND NOT SUPPORTED

I am using a USB Blue Tooth donger in my toshiba laptop. I also have Nokia connectivity suite installed (which works ok except for the internet).

Now my problem is that the DUN connection I am making with phone no #777 is not able to connect. When I connect it says dialing and the phone starts dialing and after 2 seconds gives the error ' Blue tooth connection failed'. I have tried everything I could think off and now desperately need help in connecting.

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Reply # 23003 10-Nov-2005 20:31
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use the mode me init string in the advance setting of mode it will work,

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  Reply # 23007 10-Nov-2005 21:27
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Can you give the full string (mode me) in the advance settings. I am currently using:
+crm=1;+cso=33

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