There are several threads around that give details here and there of how to use these devices together, but I thought I would put it all together in one (hopefully) coherent thread. This should help settle any future debates/questions on the topic.
First, the phone. Let's assume you have already purchased the bluetooth smartback accessory and snapped it into place. There are limitations with the Motorola TimePort 270c. There are no drivers specific to that phone, and the generic GSM drivers will not work either. You have to use the OS5 drivers for the 280 listed here
. This driver will not allow you to send SMS messages or dial numbers from the address book on your Clie, but it will let you surf the web, which is the biggie. Install this driver on your Clie like you would any application, but this one will ask you to reset the device after it's installed. Do what it says (you wouldn't wanna cause any trouble, right?).
OK, it's time to start setting things up. Go to 'Prefs' on your Clie. Go to the Bluetooth menu item (you know, up in the top right corner). My settings are as follows:
Device Name: Name_of_your_device_here
Allow Device...Discovered: Yes
Allow Wake Up: Yes
Device Address: BunchOfNumbersLettersAndColons
Go down to trusted devices. Click on add device. A search for devices has just started. It probably will not be able to find your phone the first time. You'll need to do a few things to your phone first. Hit the menu button in the middle (not hit, like with a hammer, even though you may be frustrated by this point). Scroll down and select 'Settings'. Next, do the same for 'Connection', 'Bluetooth Link', then 'Setup'. Under setup, select 'Await Link'. You will get a big checkmark on the screen and an Awaiting Link message. This is your cue to retry adding a device on your Clie. The two should rather quickly discover each other. At that point you should see 'Motorola Phone' under your list of discovered devices. Congratulations on completing step 2.
Ahhh, this is where it starts getting a little bit tricky. I'll assume you want to use the free dial-up that's available to Verizon Wireless customers. It does use your minutes, but there's a reason you signed up for free nights and weekends, right?
Go to the 'Connection' menu in the Prefs app. You're going to have to make a new connection. To do this, click 'New' at the bottom. Mine looks like this:
Connect to: PC (for some odd reason, phone isn't the right option)
Device: Motorola Phone
If you don't have Motorola Phone as the option under device, just rediscover it like we did earlier. Next, click 'Details' and set the speed to 19200 (whoever coined the term fast and free has a thing or two to learn about ISP's). Now set the flow control to automatic, and click OK twice. You should now see Verizon listed as one of your connection options.
Next up is the network setup. Under Prefs, go to the 'Network' menu item. You will have to create a new service called Verizon QNC. To do this, tap on the options silkscreen button and choose 'New' from the drop down menu at the top. Mine looks like this:
Service: Verizon QNC
User Name: qnc
Password: -Assigned- (tap it and enter qnc as the password)
Now click Details at the bottom. Set the connection type to PPP, Idle Timeout to Never, and check the boxes beside Query DNS and IP Address Automatic.
Now we get to setup the script. It's not terribly difficult. Just click the script button at the bottom of the screen. Set it up as follows:
To make those items, just tap on the word and select the appropriate script item. It's really not as difficult as you'd think. After you're finished there, click OK twice.
Jump up and down, because you're now finished setting this thing up. Start adding programs to your Clie, like Verichat and WinHand, because you're gonna need them now with your new wireless connection. To connect, simply click on Connect under Network in the Prefs app, or open an app that will need a connection (most will auto connect).
I gathered practically all of my information from threads here at ClieSource. Thanks go out to all the people who figured it out before me, and clued a brotha in, yo.