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Topic # 4860 3-Sep-2005 14:10
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I just purchased the Morotola Razor V3 and activated it with Cingular Wireless. I paid for Cingular "unlimited data" package hoping once I connected my cellular to the internet, I would just pair it with my Ipaq H4150 via bluetooth and I could browse the web on my Ipaq since it has a much larger screen than the phone.
What a disapointment!!!

So far I have been able to exchange information, files, etc via bluetooth between Razor & Ipaq, but whenever I tried to set up the Ipaq to use the Razor's bluetooth to connect to the internet it only gives me an option to use my phone as a wireless modem. The problem is that I don't dial any phone number to connect to the internet, my phone does it automatically. As far as I know, Cingular doesn't have any setting to dial up for connection right?

Please help. Any idea would be greatly appreciate it.

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Reply # 19584 3-Sep-2005 18:40
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Welcome to Geekzone... There's a setting for connecting to GPRS over the Bluetooth dial-up profile (DUN). It is a special one. Check this article for configuration.

A GPRS (or EDGE, or UMTS) connection uses a dial-up like any other, but to a special number. The number is *99# (default), or *99***[x]#, where [x] is the configuration number on your mobile phone.

Check this other thread for Cingular APN configuration and dial number.






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