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#2148 2-Sep-2004 02:16
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I know there are other bits of advice about this but I am really having trouble sending emails and connecting to the internet by using by Ipaq 2200 and my Nokia phone 6310i.

I'm trying to use blue tooth and my phone has GPRS but I can never seem to make a connection. I don't really understand what telephone number I am meant to input into my Ipaq.

Can anyone please help

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#8270 2-Sep-2004 07:43
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Are the phone and the Pocket PC paired? It seemed there was a compatibility problem between some Nokia models and specific iPAQ models. If the answer is "yes, they're paired", then the next question is "what mobile operator are you using?"...




 

 

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  #8287 3-Sep-2004 11:01
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Thanks for your reply.

I have paired the devices. I am trying to connect via GPRS on O2.

 
 
 
 


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#8292 3-Sep-2004 11:57
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Have a look in our Bluetooth Guides for configuration, and here for network options.




 

 

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