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Topic # 8144 7-Jun-2006 09:58
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Ok I just got a bluetooth cell phone  a samsung D407 and i have a tungsten E2 Plam device. I've been tring to get the two to connect through Blutooth. I have not been able to get a connect. At first i was getting the messge "ERROR: PPP timeout (1 X 1231)" SO i tried changing the script as it said in the bluetooth guides. it still didn't work. instead of getting a message i get nothing and there is not connection. I am not sure what step to take now. Does anyone Have an Idea?

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Reply # 37870 7-Jun-2006 10:11
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Ooops. Sorry for the previous answer, wrong one!

Check with your operator that you actually can access the Internet (not only WAP) from your account. Then check that your configuration on the Palm is using the correct APN, init string and user/password. You should not need any script for that.

 







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Reply # 37883 7-Jun-2006 12:22
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Ok the thing is I do not know how to check the init string or the APN or that other thing. I am kind of new to this....

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