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#3399 6-Feb-2005 10:37
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hello everyone. I know there has been a lot of discussion on connecting a Clie via Bluetooth to a Motorola v551, but I still cannot get the config straightened out. Does anyone have the directions?

Thanks very much!

Stephanie

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#12547 6-Feb-2005 12:35
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Check our Bluetooth Guides if you haven't done so yet.

Also, the Motorola mobile phones require a reset when using them for connection, so make sure to include an ATZ; init string command when creating your configuration.

If it doesn't work, you have to check if your account includes a data service, and the most important thing is to provide more information: where you are, mobile operator, etc.




 

 

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  #12599 8-Feb-2005 15:14
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thanks for the reply. I checked out the bluetooth guides, but it seems much more has been written about this configuration that the guides do not cover.

I live in Oakland, Ca (Bay Area) and have Cingular service.

Thank you in advance for your advice.

Stephanie

 
 
 
 


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#12617 8-Feb-2005 18:32
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Search for cingular in our forums. Also check this thread with Cingular GPRS settings for Pocket PC and Palm.




 

 

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