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Topic # 3575 3-Mar-2005 10:23
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Hi.

I´m trying to connect my Ipaq (RX3715) to the internet througt my Siemens S55 Bluetooth, but all I got is a error message!

This is the error message that I got!

"Cannot connect for an unknown reason. To check your connection settings and change them if need, tap Settings. If the problem continues, reset your mobile device according to your manufacterer´s documentation and try again"

The system that runs in my PDA is Microsoft Pocket PC 2003 PRO.

Does any body know how to configure this connection.

Thanks,

Henrique F. Rohr
São Paulo - Brazil

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Reply # 13476 11-Mar-2005 10:02
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Hi, Henrique! I have same problem. I cannot connect HP 6340 with Sony Ericsson T610 and T630. The error message same word by word. If you interest look at my topic: HP IPAQ, my login name andris300.
Torok, Andras Hungary, Budapest .

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