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#967 26-Jan-2004 10:57
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Good afternoon all,
I hope someone out there can help me. I have a Nokia 3650 cell and a iPaq H4150. I think I have them set up correct. I have paired the devices together and they have found each other. The problem starts there. The iPaq is dialing my 3650 to connect and my 3650 prompts me to accept connection. I accept the connection and about 30 sec. later
my iPaq says “unable to connect”. Please help

Thanks



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#3035 26-Jan-2004 11:04
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Are you trying to dial a phone number, a dial-up connection or connect to GPRS?




 

 

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#3036 26-Jan-2004 11:06
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My ipaq is dialing the 3650. Is that what I should be doing?

 
 
 
 


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#3037 26-Jan-2004 11:07
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Yes, but what type of connection you want to achieve?




 

 

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#3038 26-Jan-2004 11:10
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I’m trying to make a connection using the BT dialing modem.

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#3039 26-Jan-2004 11:14
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Ok. You have to check that you have data on your account. If you're trying to connect to GPRS you'll probably follow one of our Bluetooth Guides fo the configuration. This guide has the Pocket PC and Nokia 3650 screenshots.

The number to dial is *99# or *99***1#, but you have to check with your operator. You may have to add a init string +CGDCONT with the correct parameters.




 

 

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  #3040 26-Jan-2004 11:26
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Thanks I will give it a try

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