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Topic # 6733 19-Feb-2006 17:06
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I'm trying to use a Clie UX50 and a Samsung A920 Bluetooth Phone to connect to the internet. After a connection between the two is made, i get this message: Error: Modem not found (0x1106). Does anyone know what to do or a forum i can read?

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  Reply # 28786 19-Feb-2006 17:44
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Welcome to Geekzone... Can you use data in your account? If yes, does the A920 support Bluetooth Dial Up? And what operator are you using?

For a start, if you have data and the phone supports DUN, you can try sending a reset command (ATZ;) as part of your script when sending configuration commands to the phone. Some devices need this.







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  Reply # 28827 20-Feb-2006 12:11
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I'm only 14. I don't know if I can use data in my account or what the operator I'm using is. I know for sure that the phone supports DUN, and I tried adding the ATZ; command to the Init String so it looks like this: ATZ;X1E0+CMEE=1;+CSCS="GSM";V1
However, the ATZ appeared to have done nothing. I get the same two errors everyway I've tried it: Error:modem not found (0x1106) when using Bluetooth to connect to phone, and Error:no carrier (0x1102). When I use Clie Mobile Connection Wizard, the phone comes up with its own error: Error 67: Your username and/or password may be incorrect. But no matter how I connect, everytime I try the phone recognizes it's being used as a data modem.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 28829 20-Feb-2006 12:16
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The operator (or carrier as they call in the USA) is your provider - Cingular, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, Sprint Nextel). You will have to check to see if your account allows data connections.







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  Reply # 28835 20-Feb-2006 12:56
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Sprint Nextel has data services... Are they the same thing? If not, can you please help me find out if they do or not.

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