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Topic # 10029 31-Oct-2006 16:34
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Hi there.

I'm trying to access the internet from my Qtek S110 through a Win2k3 box. I've everything ok in the server pc but the problem is the S110. I tried to folow David Hettel's tutorials (http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=448) but the problem is that in my S110 the menus are completly diferent (Windows Mobile 2003 SE, Version 4.21.1088, build 15045.2.6.0). The bluetooth manager is totally absent!!! I now that these tutorials are for a diferent system, but i really need help here.

This is a Vodafone Portugal phone and they don't even know what i'm talking about...

My bluetooth stick is a Belkin USB F8T013 (from WIDCOMM) and the sofware can't find my Qtek in Network Access mode, althoug the 2 devices seem to talk to each other in other modes.

TIA

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Reply # 50503 31-Oct-2006 18:08
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Welcome to Geekzone... I am afraid it won't work. QTEK uses a different Bluetooth stack and it doesn't support the LAN profile.





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  Reply # 50517 31-Oct-2006 19:24
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Thx for the quick reply!

Is there any way to change the stack to make this work? Probably some crazy hack...
Or is there any other way to have internet in my S110 through bluetooh?

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Reply # 50518 31-Oct-2006 19:28
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You can't change the Bluetooth stack, but if you connect to ActiveSync over Bluetooth your Pocket PC will automatically get Internet access through that connection.





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