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Topic # 6373 20-Jan-2006 11:01
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This is the set up you need for the v3 and a ux50 palm
(should work with other palm interfaces also). Lots of folk were having issues with this in earlier posts, and it did not seem to be solved:



http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=12&TopicId=5298



http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums. asp?ForumId=12&TopicId=4055




There is a link to the method here:


http://wickedpsyched.net/UX50-Razr.html




I've also pasted in the instructions from the link above here:


Small guide to get a PALM (UX-50) to work with the razr v3

On the plam go to:

Prefs - > Connection - > New

Name: V3
Connect to: PC
Via: Bluetooth
Device: Tap to Find

(put your bluetooth phone in here from the trusted device list)

Prefs - > Network

Service: T-MOBILE GPRS
User Name: voicestream
Password: voicestream
Connection: V3

Details - >
Connection type: PPP
Idle timeout: Never
Query DNS : yes
IP Address: Automatic

Details - > Script

In script do:

Send: AT&FX1E0V1W1S95=47
Send CR:
Wait For: OK
Send CR:
Send: AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","internet2.voicestream.com"
Send CR:
Send: ATD*99#
Send CR:
Wait For: CONNECT
End:


That's it, you will need to change the IP APN above for
other providers. The trick with this script is to make
sure that the first part uses connect to PC rather than
using the 'phone' interface that always messes up.



p.s. This is my first post here, sorry if I've mucked anything up.

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