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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 30908 25-Feb-2009 12:19
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I am trying to connect to internet on my HP IPAQ H2200 via Nokia E50 using Bluetooth.
I do everything like in this guide "How to configure your HP iPAQ to connect to GPRS or CDMA using a Bluetooth mobile. " but after this step
I see popup with sign ' Dialing up phone... ' and nothing happens, got to use iTask to turn Bluetooth manager off because it hangs.

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  Reply # 197980 25-Feb-2009 12:51
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And is there any sign on your mobile that a Bluetooth connection is in progress? Are you using the original software on your PDA or something different?

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  Reply # 198129 26-Feb-2009 03:21
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I am using original software and had done hard reset some days ago.

On my mobile screen nothing happens when I am trying to connect, today I also tried with N73 and some Sony Ericsson - same effect.
Can't connect but I can explore phone via bluetooth with no problems. :/
dialing a numer by conntacs works too

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