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Old 07-23-2003, 11:37 PM   #16
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P5CRR,

This is more than you probably want or need but I just typed all the config settings so that I can re-enter after I get my phone upgraded to the latest version of the firmware (to solve the Bluetooth headset crackle).

Here is the specification of my devices:

Palm:

Sony Clie NV70X / Palm OS 5
Mark Space Mail 1.05 (Internet email application)
NetFront 3.0 (Browser application)
Sony Bluetooth Memory Stick and Palm OS 5 Drivers

Phone:

SonyEricsson T610 with built-in GPRS and Bluetooth
Network: AIS (GPRS activated)

Email Account:

CS-Internet
incoming server: mail.cscoms.com (110)
outgoing server: mail.cscoms.com (25)
email id: peter
password: ********

Palm OS5 Parameter Settings on Sony Clie:

Bluetooth Prefs:
Bluetooth: Enabled,
Device Name: PWClie
Allow Discovery: Yes
Trusted Devices: PWT610 Type: Phone

Connection Prefs:
Connection Name: GPRS-BT
Connect to: Modem
Via: Bluetooth
Device: PWT610
Dialing Touchtone
Volume: High
Details: Speed: 115,200 BPS, Flow Ctl: Automatic, Init String: ATZ

Network Prefs:
Service: AIS-GPRS
User Name: ais
Password: ais
Connection: GPRS-BT
Phone: *99***1# (where 1 is the CID of the AIS-GPRS data account on the T610)
Details:
Connection Type: PPP
Idle Timeout: Never
Query DNS: not checked
Primary DNS: 202.183.255.20
Secondary DNS: 203.183.255.21
IP Address: checked - Automatic
Log in Script: End

Mark/Space Mail Options:
Account: CS-Loxinfo
Real name: Peter Walker
Email address: peter@cscoms.com
POP3 Username: peter
Network: AIS-GPRS (selected from pop-up as set in Network prefs)
POP3 host: mail.cscoms.com
POP3 Password: assigned
SMTP Host: mail.cscoms.com
Leave Mail on Server: checked
POP3 Port: 110
SMTP Port: 25
SMTP Authentication: not checked

NetFront (browser) Options:
Service: AIS-GPRS (selected from pop-up)

Current SonyEricsson T610 Phone Settings:

Connectivity - Bluetooth:
Bluetooth: turn off (means that it is now on)
My Devices: PWClie, Supported Services: Synchronization, Object push
Options: Visibility: Hide Phone
Options: Phone Name: PWT610
Options: Supported Services: dial up, file transfer, handsfree, headset, imaging, object push, serial port, synchronization

Connectivity - Data Comm:
1. AIS-GPRS
- APN: internet
- User Id: ais
- Password: ais
- Password Request: off
- Allow Calls: Automatic
- IP Address: ...
- DNS Address: 202.183.255.20
- Authentication: normal
- Data Compression: on
- Header Compression: off
- Quality of Service: no changes from default settings
Preferred Service: GPRS and GSM checked
SMS Access: GSM
2. AIS-MMS (CID=2)
3. AIS-WAP (CID=3)

I hope that you find this useful. Of course, many of your settings will be different based on the ISP and GPRS provider that you use. In my case, AIS published all of their specific settings on the web pages.

Regards
Peter
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Old 07-25-2003, 03:25 AM   #17
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Peter,

Thanks for the info, I will check it out and contact my mobile op for some of the data to fill in the blanks.
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Old 07-25-2003, 06:04 AM   #18
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By the way, if you have not already done it, you should talk your T610 into a Sony Ercisson service center and have the firmware upgraded to R1L031. It solves several reliability issues with Bluetooth, including the crackling bluetooth headset problem. Of course, you have to re-enter all the phone settings after the upgrade...
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Old 08-05-2003, 01:34 AM   #19
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Hi everybody,
I just bought a T68i, to go with my beautifull NX70V, I can connect them via BT but I cannot dial from my NX....

I tried a lot of different solutions, I looked for answer in differents forums, but I still cannot dial from my Clie.

Here is what I have done at the end : hard-reset, then BT driver installation (conneection test between the two=OK) -> dialing test failed (using agendus) ; Sony PhoneDriver installation -> dialing test failed ; T68i driver T68i installation -> dialing test failed....

Can someone tell me if I am doing something wrong here? Please.... Or if someone have the solution...

A precision: I don't have a "Phone" menu in my PalmOs Pref. I don't know how to have it...

Thank you for your help
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Old 08-05-2003, 02:10 AM   #20
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I have found a way to fix all these "bluetooth connecting to phone" problems: Buy a Palm...

I know that this amounts to heresay here on the ClieSource forum but after a two year affair with Clie, I have returned to the world of Palm hardware. I was tempted by the small size and large memory of the tungsten T2.

And, guess what, all the Bluetooth things worked - right out of the box. I can dial the phone (T610), access the internet and POP mail over GPRS and send and receive SMS messages. Works well.

What do I miss about the Clie? Well, that extra piece of screen space was useful for two applications: Net Front (web browsing) and Palm Reader. And I did like the new Clie launcher (but Launcher X is beter).

What is better about the Palm Tungsten T2? Everything works. Lots of memory. And the battery lasts a lot longer. Also, I think that BT connection is faster.

And, the bug that I talked about earlier in this thread - where you have to swicth off discovery mode in the phone for the BT to dial GPRS - well, this problem does not occur with the Palm. Same phone, same settings but the Palm can handle the connection with the phone in either discoverable or invisible mode.

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Old 08-05-2003, 02:04 PM   #21
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Thank you Peter for your answer. I will think about switching (back) to Palm...
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Old 08-17-2003, 11:43 PM   #22
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Question @ pwalker

i saw your solution for the gprs.
what i would like to do is use the t68i as a dialup modem for my peg-tg50. i have a free dial up internet account through work.
the phone link from palm allows you to do that with the tungsten.
this program does not work on the clie.
any suggestions?
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Old 08-18-2003, 12:52 AM   #23
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akilan,

Unfortunately, I am not familiar with the features of the peg-tg50 so I can not give you specific advice. But it should work.

It seems that the main problem for Clie users is getting the right BT drivers. My NX70V has Palm OS 5 and so I downloaded the latest "BluesCafe.zip" Bluetooth drivers from www.css.ap.sony.com. In my experience, if you have some older BT drivers on your Clie, you have to get rid of them first. Before installing the new drivers you need to do a hard reset (which wipes out everything in RAM) and then delete all the bluetooth files from your hotsync computers "backup" folder, otherwise you get two versions of the BT drivers in RAM and things get crazy.

With the Clie, you don't need Phone Link. Phone Link is just a convenient way of setting the right GPRS parameters for your phone and service provider in the 3 prefs panels (bluetooth, connection & network). You can set all the parameters yourself in the Prefs panels using information from your service provider. You can see the parameters that worked OK on my Clie NX70V earlier in this thread.

And, don't forget, when you have paired the phone and the Clie over BT, swicth off "discovery" in the phone, otherwise you'll get a "serial" error.

It takes a bit of fiddling and some patience but it does work. And, when it works, it is great...

Try it. Good luck.

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Old 08-19-2003, 06:06 AM   #24
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thanks!
i will try it!
just to make sure, this will let me use a dial up isp, right?
much appreciated!
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Question: this will let me use a dial up isp, right?

Answer: I think so. Depends on what your phone company provides.

I get the GPRS connection to the internet from my mobile phone service provider. I get the POP mail account and an internet dial-up service from an ISP.

I can dial the internet via a traditional phone line and browse or access my email. The ISP provides this service and charges per hour connected.

I can also dial the internet from my Palm via my mobile phone's GPRS service. The mobile phone company provides this service and charges per kB of data. Once dialed in via GPRS, I can also access the POP mail account using VersaMail on the Palm.

Does this answer your question?

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Old 08-19-2003, 10:10 AM   #26
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Quote:
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Question: this will let me use a dial up isp, right?

Answer: I think so. Depends on what your phone company provides.

.....I can dial the internet via a traditional phone line and browse or access my email. The ISP provides this service and charges per hour connected.....



Yes, I have to this here in Kuwait since we don't have GPRS yet . I use a prepaid internet card and use the phone for dial-up (but it is very slow....).

Note the suggestions re: drivers. I had to download the new ones from the Sony site (not sure about the hard reset thing tho', since originally when I applied them I didn't hard reset, but just recently I had to HR so was forced to apply them again).

The other setting that I had to ensure on the phone was that BT was 'On' and not 'Automatic'.
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THANKS!!!

Peter,
thank you very much for all your help. i hope it works. i will call my cell provider and ask if they have that service available.
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Old 08-31-2003, 04:36 PM   #28
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Talking @ roy, @peter

thanks so very much for your help!!
i finally got it to work!! what a miracle!!
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Old 10-25-2003, 05:03 PM   #29
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Someone, please help...

I just got my BT memory stick, T68i, and AT&T Wireless, and I've installed both the included CD drivers and the BluesCafe updated drivers (is this wrong?).

I've paired the phone to my NX80V.

I have the T68i Phone Link prc from the Palm.com site (do I really need this?)

I've set up the NX80V exactly the way KP* instructed.

Now... when I click connect button on the Network screen, my NX80V says "Signing on....", and on my phone it says "Connecting". But then, I get a "Error: timeout (0x1212)" message.

What am I doing wrong? Help!! I'm dying to get this to work!
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Old 10-27-2003, 04:50 AM   #30
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I had some serious problems with vodafone in U.K. trying to use t610 and nr70V connection over GPRS via BLUETooth. The coma application uses a different script than the one vodafone recommends. I also had to change the CID no's to 2 not 1. The coma app comes with the BT memory stick and can be downloaded. hide phone in t610 menu after pairing and all should be well. I now have a ux50 and the same thing works. I've tried in France, portugal and Hong Kong and all worked seamlessly on Vodafones roaming GPRS.
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