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Topic # 5613 12-Nov-2005 00:36
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how to set up connection between palm T3 and nokia 9500?

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Reply # 23060 12-Nov-2005 09:29
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Your question needs more info we are not great mind readers on the site

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Reply # 23062 12-Nov-2005 09:53
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It would help if you tell us what you want to do. Connect to Internet, exchange information, dial a number???






 
 
 
 


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Reply # 23065 12-Nov-2005 10:21
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I am sure super fix glue will connect them good



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  Reply # 23089 12-Nov-2005 17:40
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connect to internet because I didn't find any driver on palm website
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Reply # 23093 12-Nov-2005 18:00
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Hmmm. First you have to find if the Nokia 9500 supports the Bluetooth DUN service. Not all mobile phones with Bluetooth do.

Once you confirm this, check our Bluetooth Guides for instructions.

There's no need for special drivers, it should work. You must confirm with your operator that you have GPRS service enabled in your account (if you already access through your Nokia 9300 it is ok then), and you might want to find out what APN to use when connecting to the Internet.








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  Reply # 23101 13-Nov-2005 05:20
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I can surf web without any problem by the nokia 9500 by itself threw GPRS;so the configuration is OK(APN....)
I can also dial up a number from T3 via bluetooth by the 9500 (and send SMS by the palm T3).
the problem is when I want to to make a connection by the palm via bluetooth and GPRS....no connection between the 2 devices(phone numbers too long...)even after reading and configuring the palm according to your advice in bluetooth guide
TNX

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