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Reply # 13619 16-Mar-2005 07:57
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It means that you may be out of luck - the device may or may not support DUN in the future.

In my opinion, they're more likely not to implement this, since HP have already announced new devices for sometime this year. Strange because other devices (with other brands) using the same Bluetooth software have it.

If you really need it, then I suggest you get the i-mate PDA2k instead of the iPAQ h63xx.






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Reply # 13622 16-Mar-2005 08:37
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The I-mate PDA 2K is too expensiv to me. What do you think about Fujitsu-Siemens Pocket Loox 410 BT? Is it right for connect an outside phone via bluetooth an to use it like a modem?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 13623 16-Mar-2005 08:41
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It won't work on this Pocket Loox - if it's not a Pocket PC Phone Edition then there's no support for serving DUN.






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Reply # 13624 16-Mar-2005 09:08
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Sorry, you love the HP, isn't it?

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Reply # 13625 16-Mar-2005 09:35
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andris300: Sorry, you love the HP, isn't it?
Not really... I think the HP iPAQ h4150 is one of the best Pocket PC around, but the h63xx series is not good. Also, I think their support is lacking a little knowledge in this mobility area.

As I said, if you're looking for a Pocket PC Phone Edition then the i-mate PDA2k (GPRS) or Harrier (CDNA) are the best optionns.






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Reply # 13955 4-Apr-2005 04:38
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Hi! I have a good idea! What do you think, if I buy a SD IO bluetooth card and I insert it to the ipaq 6340, well can I use an outside cellular phone to gprs internet?

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Reply # 13957 4-Apr-2005 07:37
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Who knows? You will be introducing another point of problem - two Bluetooth stacks on the same Pocket PC is probably calling for trouble. And it would be probably easier to simply use the money for the Bluetooth SDIO and buy the other Pocket PC, the one that works.




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