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Topic # 12351 13-Mar-2007 08:21
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I finally did get this to work, I had a post going here that I would reply to but it's locked.
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=6&TopicId=11451
but just for anyone looking to do this, I deleted my j2me_domain_registry.sm file in order to make it so programs like google maps would work without asking me every two seconds if I wanted it to connect to the internet, however this caused the bluetooth modem to not work, so after restoring that file everything worked fine.

Brady R. Cole

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  Reply # 66386 5-Apr-2007 02:18
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ok, exactly how did you get it to work? i am using a V3xx and trying to bluetooth to a HP HX2755 and your story is mine. i am also using windows mobile 2003 SE



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  Reply # 66390 5-Apr-2007 02:59
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Other than making sure that I put back the  j2me.domainregistry.sm file, I just followed the instructions on cingulars site, here they are.

Setup of Motorola V3xx to Hewlett Packard iPAQ h5550 using Built in Bluetooth for data


Prerequisite

Motorola RAZR V3xx handset purchased through Cingular

PDA with Pocket PC 2003 OS and Built-in Bluetooth capabilities


Setting up the handset

  1. On the handset, press the Main Menu button.
  2. Scroll to Settings and press Select.
  3. Scroll to Connection and press Select.
  4. Scroll to Bluetooth Link and press Select.
  5. Scroll to Find Me and press Select.
  6. When asked to Turn Bluetooth on? press Yes.

Setting up the connection

  1. On the PDA, tap the Bluetooth icon in the lower right corner.
  2. Tap Turn Bluetooth ON.
  3. Tap the Bluetooth icon again and tap Bluetooth Manager.
  4. Tap New and then tap Connect.
  5. Tap to Select Connect to the Internet.
  6. Tap Next.
  7. Tick to select Connect via a dial-up device.
  8. Tap Next.
  9. Tap [No device Selected].
  10. Ensure All devices is selected from the bottom drop down menu.
  11. Once found, tap the icon representing the handset and tap OK in the upper corner.
  12. After the PDA discovers the handset, type CNG Data for the Connection name.
  13. Tap Finish.
  14. For the connection to use, tap New Connection and then tap OK in the upper corner.
  15. Type CNG Data for the Connection Name.
  16. Type *99# for the phone number.
  17. Tap OK.
  18. On the handset, a Bond With prompt will appear, press Yes.
  19. Type any four digit number (example 1234) for the Bluetooth Passkey and press the Ok button.
  20. On the PDA, type the same number for the Bluetooth Passkey and tap OK.
  21. Tap Start and then Settings.
  22. Tap the Connections tab and then Connections icon.
  23. Tap Modify from the top drop down menu.
  24. Tap to select the CNG Data connection.
  25. Tap Next twice.
  26. Type +cgdcont=1,,"isp.cingular" in the Extra dial-string modem commands field.
  27. Tap OK.
  28. Tap Finish.

Making the connection

  1. On the PDA, return to the Bluetooth Manager.
  2. Tap and hold the CNG Dataconnection icon.
  3. Tap to select Connect from the menu.
  4. Select the CNG Data connection and tap OK.
  5. Type ISP@CINGULARGPRS.COM in the Username field.
  6. Type CINGULAR1 in the Password field.
  7. Tap OK.

You will now be connected to the Cingular data service.


also there is some good help on the link I have in my earlier post.

Hope this helps you!
Brady

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 66619 9-Apr-2007 01:49
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I have tried these directions several times. I have added the Z; and ti seems every other known letter it seems, all to no avail. I tried the SIMM card in my V3r which worked just before I purchased the V3xx and noe it doesn't work. It appears it is with Cingular's 3G SIMM system.
Does anyone have a definitive way to accomplish this or is there a better phone to access the 3G with? I had no problems with the old SIMM and was told how much better this would be so I switched.
Again I have a HX2755 the Bluetooth version is "Bluetooth for Windows CE, BT-PPC Version 1.5.0 Build 2902.
I have downloaded the lateset updated from HP using Pocket PC 2003


HELP!!!!!!!

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Reply # 66626 9-Apr-2007 08:41
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guntherx: I have tried these directions several times. I have added the Z; and ti seems every other known letter it seems, all to no avail. I tried the SIMM card in my V3r which worked just before I purchased the V3xx and noe it doesn't work. It appears it is with Cingular's 3G SIMM system.


When you changed from your old SIM card, did it change numbers or account? If the same phone worked before and it doesn't work now, and the only thing changed was the SIM card, then I'd stop looking at init strings, reset, etc and confirm with Cingular that the account for the new SIM card allows data usage.







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  Reply # 66689 10-Apr-2007 05:43
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Yes the number stayed the same. The 2 differences are teh SIMM and the phone. I can access data via the phone and by tethering to a computer, just not by BT. There was 1 moment when it went through and I received my email and then broke connection and was never able to restore again. I really am at a loss.
HP and Motorola both do not have any support and try to redirect it back to Cingular.



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  Reply # 66697 10-Apr-2007 09:58
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have you made any mods to your phone sinse you purchased it?

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  Reply # 66766 11-Apr-2007 01:26
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since I am not sure what that could be, I will say no.

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