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  1. Fofer's Avatar
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    #261  
    Quote Originally Posted by ink883
    Has anyone tried the palm files app that came on the CD?
    Maybe I'm missing something, but at least using the PRC "Files" on the Treo 700 itself, all I can access and copy to/from is the SD card. There is no allowance to access/copy to the Treo's internal memory.

    If you're talking about a companion Windows app, I don't know because my Treo connects to a MacBook Pro. And ideally, I'd like to be able to remove this this tethering hack, and install it at any time later on with a free, platform-agnostic file utility app (PRC). My trial of Resco expires in 5 days.
  2. #262  
    uh.. I just checked in Resco and the file has disappeared from RAM. Where did it go? This is strange...
  3. #263  
    Does the hack show up as just "PhoneInterfaceLibrary" (showing up in RAM, with an identical title--presumably the original--in ROM) once installed/moved to RAM (i.e. without the "_tether_hack" suffix)? I'm trying to verify that I've got it installed properly in RAM.

    Also a point of clarification: will DUN work whether you have this hack installed or not (for users without PAM), the difference being whether you're charged per kb?
    Last edited by acousticbiker; 06/12/2006 at 04:58 PM.
  4. #264  
    Quote Originally Posted by ink883
    Has anyone tried the palm files app that came on the CD?
    I installed it on the 700p, tapped it to run its nutshell installer, tapped the generated "files" app, which reset the 700p every time. Couldn't delete it from ZLauncher because of a protected DB, but managed to from built-in home's delete function. I'm sticking with ZLauncher's file manager & Filez.
  5. #265  
    Can anyone verify that Sprint cannot detect tethering with this hack? Anybody get nailed for usage?
    "If you think a weakness can be turned into a strength, I hate to tell you this, but that's another weakness." - Jack Handey
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    #266  
    I have tried to install this into my ram, put it on my SD card and then moved it into ram via rescu explorer. I reset the treo and then with my bluetooth application on my pc, I enabled dialup networking, it installed a dialup connection and with the number #777 and no user/password I was able to use my treo as a modem. I don't think I did it right, but it worked... Any thoughts? Does it show any programs when you install it into ram?
  7. #267  
    Simply......Beautiful :-D
  8. #268  
    Quote Originally Posted by Todesengel
    I have tried to install this into my ram, put it on my SD card and then moved it into ram via rescu explorer. I reset the treo and then with my bluetooth application on my pc, I enabled dialup networking, it installed a dialup connection and with the number #777 and no user/password I was able to use my treo as a modem. I don't think I did it right, but it worked... Any thoughts? Does it show any programs when you install it into ram?
    Why do you not think you did it right if it's working correctly?
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  9. #269  
    I am trying to connect to the internet with my Treo700P via USB cable.

    So I need some help here. I have a Treo 700P on Sprint PCS with PowerVision. I emailed the file at the beginning of the thread to myself and downloaded it to the phone. I opened the attachment and it asked me if I "would like to replace the current copy?" I clicked yes, and the palm said "installed successfully!"

    Is there a way to verify correct installation?

    I installed software from www.sprint.com/downloads/ called "Sprint PCS Connection Manager for Phone as Modem/USB Cables." So now I have drivers for my Palm via USB connection. I verified this by opening up the device manager and seeing "Palm Modem" under "Modems". I next opened up my network connections and added a new connection by setting a manual connection, selecting connect using a Dial-up, then have Palm Modem checked. I had a blank for the username and password and used #777 to dial. When I click dial I get an error. It says :
    "Opening port....Error 680. There was no dial tone"
    Other time I get the error:
    "Dialing #77....Error 678: The remote computer did not respond. For further assistance, click More Info or search Help and Support Center for this error number"
    When I look at the phone, I noticed those small blue arrows lighting up, but then seonds later, it stops.

    I tried the same thing on Sprint BC and got the same error #678.

    Also, I tried PDAnet. That worked. But I dont want to pay for it.
    Any help?
    Last edited by nhahmad; 06/13/2006 at 02:52 PM.
  10. #270  
    Quote Originally Posted by nhahmad
    Also, I tried PDAnet. That worked. But I dont want to pay for it.
    Any help?

    Gee, imagine the horror of paying for something that works because you can't figure out how to get a hack to work yourself. I pity you. I really do.

    Occasionally, just occasionally, you get what you pay for. If you want something that works flawlessly, pony up some extra $$ for PDAnet or even better pay sprint for the service that it was designed for.
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  11. #271  
    Quote Originally Posted by nhahmad
    I am trying to connect to the internet with my Treo700P via USB cable.

    So I need some help here. I have a Treo 700P on Sprint PCS with PowerVision. I emailed the file at the beginning of the thread to myself and downloaded it to the phone. I opened the attachment and it asked me if I "would like to replace the current copy?" I clicked yes, and the palm said "installed successfully!"

    Is there a way to verify correct installation?

    I installed software from www.sprint.com/downloads/ called "Sprint PCS Connection Manager for Phone as Modem/USB Cables." So now I have drivers for my Palm via USB connection. I verified this by opening up the device manager and seeing "Palm Modem" under "Modems". I next opened up my network connections and added a new connection by setting a manual connection, selecting connect using a Dial-up, then have Palm Modem checked. I had a blank for the username and password and used #777 to dial. When I click dial I get an error. It says :
    "Opening port....Error 680. There was no dial tone"
    Other time I get the error:
    "Dialing #77....Error 678: The remote computer did not respond. For further assistance, click More Info or search Help and Support Center for this error number"
    When I look at the phone, I noticed those small blue arrows lighting up, but then seonds later, it stops.

    I tried the same thing on Sprint BC and got the same error #678.

    Also, I tried PDAnet. That worked. But I dont want to pay for it.
    Any help?
    Did you soft reset after installing PhoneInterfaceLib...?
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  12. #272  
    CountBuggula...

    Yes do a soft reset. It looks like you have installed everything correctly. After the soft reset, go to the Pref or under the menu, go to system preferences. Go to network and log onto the Powervision network. For some reason and also reading the very first posts, you need to log onto the Sprint Power Vision first otherwise the Palm Modem can't find the dial tone.

    Once you have logged on, and I don't know if this makes a difference, press the "home" key to see the programs stored in the phone. Now click on the Palm modem icon on your desktop (also making sure the phone is connected to the laptop/computer via a USB cable). The Palm Modem will bring up a dialog box asking you to click on dial (#777). the phone and laptop/computer should take over from there. If you take a look at the phone screen, you will notice that the screen now shows some programs under a different catagory.

    Good luck!
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    #273  
    Quote Originally Posted by rjmoose
    Why do you not think you did it right if it's working correctly?
    I did not do a soft reset after install, soft reset is with the button behind the battery cover right? And there is no installed programs when i press my home button.
  14. #274  
    Quote Originally Posted by ChemEngr
    Did you soft reset after installing PhoneInterfaceLib...?
    I did reset. I did a soft reset and it didnt work. I also did a hard reset (w/o erasing data) and it didnt work.

    would that explain the #678 error?
  15. #275  
    Quote Originally Posted by GregC
    CountBuggula...

    Yes do a soft reset. It looks like you have installed everything correctly. After the soft reset, go to the Pref or under the menu, go to system preferences. Go to network and log onto the Powervision network. For some reason and also reading the very first posts, you need to log onto the Sprint Power Vision first otherwise the Palm Modem can't find the dial tone.

    Once you have logged on, and I don't know if this makes a difference, press the "home" key to see the programs stored in the phone. Now click on the Palm modem icon on your desktop (also making sure the phone is connected to the laptop/computer via a USB cable). The Palm Modem will bring up a dialog box asking you to click on dial (#777). the phone and laptop/computer should take over from there. If you take a look at the phone screen, you will notice that the screen now shows some programs under a different catagory.

    Good luck!
    I have done what you said and it didnt work. Additionally, I opened up blazer to make sure I was on PowerVision and that didnt work either. I also tried to click on the home and then try to connect. That didnt work also. I dont think I have a problem connecting to the phone. It shows up correctly on the device manager.

    All produce the same error #678.
  16. #276  
    Don't try this hack on your Verizon 700p, you'll put your Palm into the dreaded "infinite reset" loop and the only way to recover is to do a hard reset.
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    #277  
    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyS
    Don't try this hack on your Verizon 700p, you'll put your Palm into the dreaded "infinite reset" loop and the only way to recover is to do a hard reset.
    Not correct. There are *many* (including myself on occasion) with a verizon 700P using it without problems.
  18. #278  
    1. i transferred the hack via bluetooth transfer in my mac and then used resco explorer to copy file to ram
    2. i still dont see dun option on bluetooth after i reset
    3. should i see the file in ram?? i dont see it
    4. is the only way to have a card reader?? i dont have a card reader
    5. please be specific i am not very tech savy!!

    thanks in advance
  19. #279  
    Has anyone actually been able to verify that non-PAM users of this hack do not get charged for data use?
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    #280  
    Quote Originally Posted by acousticbiker
    Has anyone actually been able to verify that non-PAM users of this hack do not get charged for data use?
    Considering the 700p hasn't been out for a full month, I think the answer to this is no. Wait for some bills to trickle out. I've only used it a few times to test, and I haven't seen anything show up in my online bill, if that accounts for anything...

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