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Topic # 3720 22-Mar-2005 14:51
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I cant connect a clie ux50 with V600 cell via GPRS!! Someone can tell me how?
Thanks!!!!!

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Reply # 13746 22-Mar-2005 14:57
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All of the new Motorola phones require a reset command to work. Add Z; to any the begining of the first init string you're sending to the phone. If you're sending any init string, then send ATZ;.






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Reply # 13749 22-Mar-2005 16:04
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Im using +cdgcont,"IP","gprs.personal.com", and *99***1# in dial number, then i have to use ATZ;+cdgcont,"IP","gpers.personal.com"? I will trie this tomorrow
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Reply # 13761 23-Mar-2005 02:52
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cant get it to work, said "Dialing gprs"... :(



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Reply # 13762 23-Mar-2005 03:12
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Im trying this way:

Connect to Local network

With this login script:

Send: ATZ;&FX1E0V1
Send CR:
Send CR:
Send: AT+CDGCONT=1,,"gprs.personal.com";
Send CR:
Send: ATDT*99***2#
Send CR:
Wait For: CONNECT
End:

but no luck still

login script is case sensitive?



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Reply # 13763 23-Mar-2005 04:05
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Error: PPP Timeout (0x1231)

Trying with Local network and modem...


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Reply # 13769 23-Mar-2005 07:41
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Are you sure that your phone is configured to have the CID information on slot #2 (*99***2#)? You have to change the number depending on your phone configuration.

Also, do you know if this network requires username and password?






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Reply # 13772 23-Mar-2005 10:38
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Thanks for help. I have already connected the device. I used a login script and a LAN connection instead of modem connection

This is the script i used:

Send: AT+cgdcont=1,"IP","gprs.personal.com"
Send CR:
Send: AT*99#
Send CR:


User name and password assigned, and now im surfing internet and cheking mail via GPRS!! :))))

I didnt introduce Z;

Thanks for help anyway!!!! ;)

Greettings, Elfantasio

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