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Join Date: Nov 2002
Oh, I wrote in your other thread too... But AFAIK, any Bluetooth phone with the correct profiles will work with your TG50. For connecting to the internet, as long as it provides the Dial-up Networking profile, you should be ok. I'm not sure what profile is required (if any) for dialing contacts from your PDA...
That said, I was able to accomplish both these tasks with a Samsung SGH-E730.
If you're looking for the best compatibility with everything else on your TG50 (eg, the SMS application), you might want to look for an older Sony Ericsson phone. Someone made a good recommendation in the other thread. That phone is listed as one of the ones you can choose on the TG50 if I recall correctly (if not added by installing some Sony provided drivers).
Just out of curiosity, what do you find you like so much about your TG50 that would have you stick with it over a smartphone? Don't get me wrong though, I used to have a TG50, and miss it! I really liked how thin it was. I just wish they gave it more memory - 11MB usable memory was just a little too small for such a great device... The problem I found was that once I installed NetFront, and maybe Docs to Go, I had almost no room for anything else. (Installing things to the memory stick was my only solution in that case)
/* rcxAsh */
SJ20 ..> TG50 + WiFi MS ..> UX40 + SGH-E730 ..> SE P990i ..> Lifebook T4010D + Nokia 5800 XM
Let's hope that's the end for me...