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#5463 30-Oct-2005 06:27
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Hi.

I'm experiencing a terrible problem which drives me crazy! I have just purchased Ipaq rx3115. I just want to connect to the internet using T-Mobile USA GPRS and my cellphone Nokia 6230 (Ipaq and nokia use bluetooth for connecting to each other).

Everytime when I want to connect, it shows this message on my cellphone:

"Subscribe to GPRS service first!"

The thing is I'm already subscribed and I can even connect to the internet with my PC.

I spent many hours on HP and T-mobile support but they blame each other for lack of inventions how to help me.

They told me: "You can't use this iPAQ model for our GPRS network! Buy our advertised model!!". It's ridiculous!!!

Can anyone help me? I would appreciate a step-by-step guide, if it's possible... because after my experience with T-mobile US and HP representatives, i don't believe it's possible to make it work!

Thank you so much!

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#22311 30-Oct-2005 12:49
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Welcome to Geekzone.

There are some reported hardware incompatibilities between the Nokia 6230 and other devices. HP have released an update for older Bluetooth enabled Pocket PC, but yours is quite new.

First check that you have the latest ROM or Bluetooth update. If this doesn't fix, then I'd take this up to HP, since this is a known problem.






 

 

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