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Topic # 15194 9-Aug-2007 07:52
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Hi Guys,

I currently own a Compaq Ipaq 3870 w/ bluetooth and I Motorola L2 GPRS ready phone with Bluetooth as well. What my question is, is that when I ran the Bluetooth to interact with my phone and it worked, and had the PPC had a Bluetooth modem feature. I ran Internet Explorer and noticed in the connection you can configure the Bluetooth modem accordingly. It then sparked my memory when I used Motorola phone tools to access the internet on my laptop in the middle of the highway. I thought, if the PPC could see my phone as a Bluetooth modem and configure similarly with baud and what not, I googled up, "using Bluetooth modem and pocket pc" came to your site. I read the articles on using I-mate smartphone and others.

Basically, Bluetooth mobile as a GPRS modem for laptop and desktop - modem configuration. Instead of desktop, I using PocketPc 2002
-Location Montreal
-Area code: 514-568-....
-Motorola L2
-Fido Wireless

To put it plain and simple, I just wish to access the internet over my PocketPc using a Bluetooth modem connection with my cell that is Bluetooth compatible and GPRS ready. Or whatever to connect using GPRS on my Cell Phone. And yes, I successfully connected to my phone using Bluetooth.
Excuse my English...

Thanks very much guys!

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