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Anonymous
July 1, 2004 2:51:17 AM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.sys.palmtops.pilot,uk.comp.sys.palmtops,comp.sys.palmtops,alt.cellular.nokia (More info?)

Wonder if anyone uses the above configuration for connecting to "the net"
using WebPro on the T3. Wonder if it works!?

Reason I ask??

I have a TT, which used to connect flawlessly with a Nokia 6310i, and Nokia
3650. When trying to connect with the 6600, it just doesn't want to know
:-( It won't connect.

Thinking of buying a T3, but would be a little pointless if there is no
connectivity with the Nokia 6600.

Would appreciate any feedback, folks.
Or feedback from anyone lucky enough to be able to connect a Nokia 6600 and
a TT to "the net".

Thanks in advance.

More about : nokia 6600

Anonymous
July 1, 2004 3:13:44 AM

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"Kevin I Chapple" <kevinx@NOTTHISBITearthling.net> wrote in message
news:cbvbta$idb$1@newsg3.svr.pol.co.uk...
> Wonder if anyone uses the above configuration for connecting to "the net"
> using WebPro on the T3. Wonder if it works!?
>
> Reason I ask??
>
> I have a TT, which used to connect flawlessly with a Nokia 6310i, and
Nokia
> 3650. When trying to connect with the 6600, it just doesn't want to know
> :-( It won't connect.
>
> Thinking of buying a T3, but would be a little pointless if there is no
> connectivity with the Nokia 6600.
>
> Would appreciate any feedback, folks.
> Or feedback from anyone lucky enough to be able to connect a Nokia 6600
and
> a TT to "the net".
>
> Thanks in advance.
Don't bother, you're looking at grief in spades. Palm, in their wisdom
decided to break Bluetooth. Their "Phone Link Updater" insists that the
model of phone it's looking for tell's it it's name. If the remote device
returns the wrong name, PLU decides that it's the wrong device and sits
there looking smug whilst you tear your hair out. So despite the fact that
(from a Bluetooth POV) a T610 (for which there is a driver) is the same as a
Z600 is the same as T630 is the same as a K700i, because Palm can't be arsed
to release versions of the T610 driver with the names changed Phone Link
Updater chokes on the later models. I have always been one of Palms biggest
supporters and would always recommend them to my friends, these days, if
they want easy connectivity, (and I'm going to have to hide in the cupboard
under the stairs after I say this) get a windows mobile device...
--
Cheers, Steve.
Change from jealous to sad to reply.
July 1, 2004 10:05:31 PM

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"Steve Dulieu" <steve.dulieu@greenyonder.co.uk> wrote in message
news:IOHEc.492$Vo4.4900910@news-text.cableinet.net...
>
> "Kevin I Chapple" <kevinx@NOTTHISBITearthling.net> wrote in message
> news:cbvbta$idb$1@newsg3.svr.pol.co.uk...
> > Wonder if anyone uses the above configuration for connecting to "the
net"
> > using WebPro on the T3. Wonder if it works!?
> >
> > Reason I ask??
> >
> > I have a TT, which used to connect flawlessly with a Nokia 6310i, and
> Nokia
> > 3650. When trying to connect with the 6600, it just doesn't want to know
> > :-( It won't connect.
> >
> > Thinking of buying a T3, but would be a little pointless if there is no
> > connectivity with the Nokia 6600.
> >
> > Would appreciate any feedback, folks.
> > Or feedback from anyone lucky enough to be able to connect a Nokia 6600
> and
> > a TT to "the net".
> >
> > Thanks in advance.
> Don't bother, you're looking at grief in spades. Palm, in their wisdom
> decided to break Bluetooth. Their "Phone Link Updater" insists that the
> model of phone it's looking for tell's it it's name. If the remote device
> returns the wrong name, PLU decides that it's the wrong device and sits
> there looking smug whilst you tear your hair out. So despite the fact that
> (from a Bluetooth POV) a T610 (for which there is a driver) is the same as
a
> Z600 is the same as T630 is the same as a K700i, because Palm can't be
arsed
> to release versions of the T610 driver with the names changed Phone Link
> Updater chokes on the later models. I have always been one of Palms
biggest
> supporters and would always recommend them to my friends, these days, if
> they want easy connectivity, (and I'm going to have to hide in the
cupboard
> under the stairs after I say this) get a windows mobile device...
> --
> Cheers, Steve.
> Change from jealous to sad to reply.
>
>
It is possible to use the N 6600 and T3 you have to set it up manualy and
put the script in to connect them together. The main thing is you connect as
a LAN not as a phone when you are setting up the phone.
It was Nokia who have made things difficult not Palm. SE works with Palm to
get those drivers written that is why it is easier to connect SE with a T3.
I connected my T68i within minutes useing click box's..
If you do decide on a T3 come back on here and I can give you the script for
connecting to OrangeUK that will probely work with other networks with
suitable modifications.

DaveT
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Anonymous
July 20, 2004 6:25:55 PM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.sys.palmtops.pilot,uk.comp.sys.palmtops,comp.sys.palmtops,alt.cellular.nokia (More info?)

I'd be more than happy if you can post the Script for connecting the
T3 to Orange UK GPRS via Nokia 6600 Bluetooth. Trying to get this to
work has brought me to my wits' end despite spending several hours on
the phone to Orange level 2 support.

Philip

"DaveT" <Dave@privacy.com> wrote in message news:<2kjlshF34m9gU1@uni-berlin.de>...

> It is possible to use the N 6600 and T3 you have to set it up manualy and
> put the script in to connect them together. The main thing is you connect as
> a LAN not as a phone when you are setting up the phone.
> It was Nokia who have made things difficult not Palm. SE works with Palm to
> get those drivers written that is why it is easier to connect SE with a T3.
> I connected my T68i within minutes useing click box's..
> If you do decide on a T3 come back on here and I can give you the script for
> connecting to OrangeUK that will probely work with other networks with
> suitable modifications.
>
> DaveT
Anonymous
July 31, 2004 2:04:49 PM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.sys.palmtops.pilot,uk.comp.sys.palmtops,comp.sys.palmtops,alt.cellular.nokia (More info?)

I agree, having the same problem myself.
After complaining to Palm Helpdesk, I got 3 emails thanking me for
contacting them.....but no solution was given.
Probably it Nokia is to blame but Palm is making no effort and the 6600 is
such a top sold cell and it does not deserve to be neglected.
Blaise.
P.S. if U are still in the thread will U pls give us the script? Thks.


"DaveT" <Dave@privacy.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
news:2kjlshF34m9gU1@uni-berlin.de...
>
> "Steve Dulieu" <steve.dulieu@greenyonder.co.uk> wrote in message
> news:IOHEc.492$Vo4.4900910@news-text.cableinet.net...
> >
> > "Kevin I Chapple" <kevinx@NOTTHISBITearthling.net> wrote in message
> > news:cbvbta$idb$1@newsg3.svr.pol.co.uk...
> > > Wonder if anyone uses the above configuration for connecting to "the
> net"
> > > using WebPro on the T3. Wonder if it works!?
> > >
> > > Reason I ask??
> > >
> > > I have a TT, which used to connect flawlessly with a Nokia 6310i, and
> > Nokia
> > > 3650. When trying to connect with the 6600, it just doesn't want to
know
> > > :-( It won't connect.
> > >
> > > Thinking of buying a T3, but would be a little pointless if there is
no
> > > connectivity with the Nokia 6600.
> > >
> > > Would appreciate any feedback, folks.
> > > Or feedback from anyone lucky enough to be able to connect a Nokia
6600
> > and
> > > a TT to "the net".
> > >
> > > Thanks in advance.
> > Don't bother, you're looking at grief in spades. Palm, in their wisdom
> > decided to break Bluetooth. Their "Phone Link Updater" insists that the
> > model of phone it's looking for tell's it it's name. If the remote
device
> > returns the wrong name, PLU decides that it's the wrong device and sits
> > there looking smug whilst you tear your hair out. So despite the fact
that
> > (from a Bluetooth POV) a T610 (for which there is a driver) is the same
as
> a
> > Z600 is the same as T630 is the same as a K700i, because Palm can't be
> arsed
> > to release versions of the T610 driver with the names changed Phone Link
> > Updater chokes on the later models. I have always been one of Palms
> biggest
> > supporters and would always recommend them to my friends, these days, if
> > they want easy connectivity, (and I'm going to have to hide in the
> cupboard
> > under the stairs after I say this) get a windows mobile device...
> > --
> > Cheers, Steve.
> > Change from jealous to sad to reply.
> >
> >
> It is possible to use the N 6600 and T3 you have to set it up manualy and
> put the script in to connect them together. The main thing is you connect
as
> a LAN not as a phone when you are setting up the phone.
> It was Nokia who have made things difficult not Palm. SE works with Palm
to
> get those drivers written that is why it is easier to connect SE with a
T3.
> I connected my T68i within minutes useing click box's..
> If you do decide on a T3 come back on here and I can give you the script
for
> connecting to OrangeUK that will probely work with other networks with
> suitable modifications.
>
> DaveT
>
>
July 31, 2004 8:07:37 PM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.sys.palmtops.pilot,uk.comp.sys.palmtops,comp.sys.palmtops,alt.cellular.nokia (More info?)

"Biagio" <nospamblaise03@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:59KOc.78848$5D1.3993766@news4.tin.it...
> I agree, having the same problem myself.
> After complaining to Palm Helpdesk, I got 3 emails thanking me for
> contacting them.....but no solution was given.
> Probably it Nokia is to blame but Palm is making no effort and the 6600 is
> such a top sold cell and it does not deserve to be neglected.
> Blaise.
> P.S. if U are still in the thread will U pls give us the script? Thks.
>
You are lucky I saw your post because I have now got rid of the Nokia and am
using all SEs, my old trusty T68i with a dodgy earpiece were I have to dump
a camera phone at security that I use with a Jabra BT250 headset, a T610 for
normal work phone and have just got a K700 for home use. So I am now over on
alt.cellular.ericsson.
Here is the script-
Preferances
Service:o rangeUK GPRS (any name to suit)
User Name: a (whatever your network needs)
Password: a (whatever your network needs)
Connection: LAN N6600 (when you setup the Phone set it as a LAN not phone
or modem and give it a name to suit)
click details
Details
Connection Typr: PPP
Idle timeout Naver
Query DNS (tick box)
IP Address (tick Automatic
click Script
(Use dropbox to get each of the following lines)
Send: AT&F
Send CR:
Send: AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","orangeinternet" (I guess this will have to be
changed for each service.)
Send:
Send:
Send CR:
Send: ATD*99*
Send CR:
Wait For: CONNECT
SendCR:
End: (When you do this the other click box's will disapear)

DaveT
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