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#6177 2-Jan-2006 15:46
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I have read several posting here about using an Audiovox XV6600 running Windows Mobile 2003 (Second Edition) as a modem through USB and I have been able to get this to work successfully. I am now trying to do the same with a Bluetooth connection and have not been able to get it to work. Does anyone know if there is a dialer out there for this purpose? My PC is running Windows XP.

Any help would be appreciated.

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#25609 2-Jan-2006 16:20
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Welcome to Geekzone. No need for a dialer. You have to be sure your Pocket PC is in discoverable mode, paired with your computer, and from your computer use the Bluetooth software to connect via DUN.

If you are using Widcomm software then just follow this guide. Similar steps apply (with different dialogs of course) if using the Microsoft Bluetooth stack or Bluesoleil.







 

 

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#25612 2-Jan-2006 18:14
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It is have it working. Thank you very much Freitasm.

 
 
 
 


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#25613 2-Jan-2006 18:41
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Nice! Good way to start a new year...






 

 

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