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I have the following problem, hopefully someone can give me a hint on this:
I have a Motorola V525 mobile phone, and a PocketPC with Windows Mobile 2003 as
OS. I'm trying to receive and send SMS on the PocketPC via a bluetooth
The connection to the phone itself works all okay, I can use it nicely as a
CSD/GPRS modem. I also can download the stored SMS all okay to the PocketPC
But when I try to *send* an SMS, I get error messages, although the connection
still works okay.
I tried two SMS applications, the first just says "Connection with mobile phone
failed" (although downloading SMS works, so the connection should be okay), the
other one is a little more verbose and says:
Connecting to phone (COM5)
12345 OK +<some_modem_response_code>
Using SMSC +491770610000
Sending to <phone_number>
FAILED! Check phone and service central!
The SMSC is correct; I checked the option "use phone SMSC" in the application,
and the phone itself can send SMS just fine.
Does anyone have an idea what goes wrong? Do I maybe need to enable/allow SMS
sending via bluetooth somewhere in the phone?
I choose COM-Port BTC1 and leave the Service Center No unchecked.
I then have to set up a new connection using the Bluetooth manager
Pair your PPC with your phone
Select the Dial-up networking option
Dont input a phone no, country or area code or connection name
Exit and then start up Bluetooth on your PDA phone - should work now
"Frank Zavelberg" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Frank Zavelberg schrieb:
>>I have the following problem, hopefully someone can give me a hint on
> Nobody have an idea about this?