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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 4519 29-Jul-2005 06:34
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I'm still suffering to get my Garmin M5 (Windows Mobile 2003 sec ed) to connect to things via Bluetooth.

I have set up my Nokia 6630 to use as a Bluetooth modem, I seem to have connected all up fine and it sort of does connect. I connect and I can see the GPRS symbol come up in the corner but it’s like a faded symbol. Then it will say “The modem you are trying to connect to has disconnected” OR I see the counter start to go but when I try to surf for a page it says that page can not be found???? I have seen people talk about an “APN” is that where my problem is. What is it??

My other issue is trying to get my Pocket PC to stay connected on my normal PC. It does almost the same thing that it does with my Nokia. I set up a file transfer and it stays connected but when I set up a PAN it connects no problem but only stays connected for about 30 seconds to a minute and then it says that the “Network cable has been disconnected” . If I set up a dial up network I can hear it start my modem connect. Its starts to all go well and then “The modem your are trying to connect to has disconnected”

If any one wants to see a grown man cry come visit me because I’m about to.

Please help.

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Reply # 17225 29-Jul-2005 08:31
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What country are you in

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