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#1204 11-Mar-2004 03:30
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Bit of a silly one this.....but it's annoying me! I have a iPAQ 3970 running MS Mobile 2003 (the upgrade) and this now has a facility to dial via Bluetooth from the contacts application. Great, only I can't get it to work with my Nokia 6600 (it didn't work with a Sony T68i either!).
The number gets sent to the phone, then there's a message something along the lines of "detected SPP=N" then the phone disconnects.

Anyone got any ideas?

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#4161 11-Mar-2004 07:39
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Do you have the numbers in the +[country] [area] [phone] format?

My iPAQ says "Detected SPP=N, Creating RFCOMM, Number Sent", and the phone dials. I'm using a Sony Ericsson P800.




 

 

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  #4188 11-Mar-2004 22:20
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Thanks....Numbers were just [Area Code][Number]....have added the +[Country] to a couple and they seem to work OK now........do you knowe of a way of entering dialling "defaults" so I don't have to change all the numbers? I've tried changing/deleting the Area Code field in "Tools" but this doesn't work.

 
 
 
 


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#4189 11-Mar-2004 22:51
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Good to know it works for the ones you've tested... No, I don't think you can change the numbers in batch. The easiest way is changing in Outlook and synchronising then.




 

 

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