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Topic # 3612 9-Mar-2005 09:38
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I have recently purchased an iPAQ hx2110 and couldn't connect to the internet through my Nokia 3650 via GPRS. All I get is an error message that the modem is disconnected. Is there a way to share my GPRS connection on my Nokia through Bluetooth with my hx2110? Please help.

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  Reply # 13410 9-Mar-2005 10:16
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Make sure you have GPRS in your account, then follow this guide. APN, username and password will be network dependent.






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  Reply # 13501 12-Mar-2005 00:16
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Well, I tried that link but it didn't work for me. Anyway, I used BT Phone Manager and used the settings of Vodafone UK and it worked like a charm with my mobile service provider (Vodafone Egypt) because they probably use the same settings. Thanks for your interest.

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