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Topic # 6321 16-Jan-2006 05:16
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I'v got a LOOX 610 PDA and an z800i (with free data)
I'm trying to connect these two nice pices of a puzzle to one nice connected pice... BUT I CANT GET IT WORKING.
The UMTS is fast and nice but works only with my laptop and cable. I cant understand what is the problem to connect them.
Can PLEASE PLEASE someone help me.

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Reply # 26532 16-Jan-2006 07:35
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Welcome to Geekzone... You should use a init string with the APN name, and a reset command. Try z;+cgdcont=1,,"[APN]" where [APN] is the operator's APN.

You can enter a init string in the Advanced configuration of a connection.

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Reply # 26542 16-Jan-2006 09:54
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THX nice place to look arund and read in hours!
I dont realy understand what you ar telling me.
I need little more information to were I will wright and what.
I have made a connection and i came up somthing lika a new modempost. 0012EE402539[DUN] and that is if I understand right my mobil as a BT-modem!?
Then I need Country code, Area code, and phone number.
In some mysterius way the numbers "1" for country "425" for Area code is in the place.. I dont think I placed them there.. and I realy not know if they are the right numbers to be there...
As phone number is that possible to be ""?
I think maybe my [APN] is ""!? YES! it is... found this APN-list :-)
Is then the right way of the string:


then comes the problem white the phonenumber...

Or is it like this... I'm so wrong of that I shold do a Hard reset both on me and the PDA?

Found "advanced" ok then next problem..


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Reply # 26552 16-Jan-2006 13:39
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No need for a hard reset...

First, the string is z;+cgdcont=1,,"". The phone number should be *99#.

You have to follow one of our Bluetooth Guides. You can delete other connections if not in use (Start | Settings | Connections | Advanced | Select Networks) and start over following the guide.

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