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  1. #161  
    Quote Originally Posted by NateBracey
    ...I always end up with 115.2... any suggestions?
    I was able to change the bps speed from 115.2 to 921.6 by:
    1) Going into Network Connections
    2) Right-click the Treo dial-up modem
    3) Select Properties
    4) Under the General tab, select Configure
    5) Change the Maximum speed to 921600
    6) And hit OK
  2. #162  
    When you get that speed are you getting it from an online testing service (i.e. CNET Bandwidth meter or anything else mentioned here)? When I connected, it said 921600 as well, but the online measuring services showed around 46 instead.
  3. #163  
    Quote Originally Posted by rjmoose
    I think it IS related to this Bluetooth Hack.

    Every time I make a BT connection with my computer and go on the internet, I have to re-pair my phone for use with handsfree car kit the next time I try to use it. I have a 2006 Jeep Commander and the system they use is called "UConnect". It was working just fine before I added the BT hack file, but as mentioned, it is now getting in the way...oh well. I was hoping it was just a fluky, one time problem, but it seems to do it every time I attempt to connect via BT with my car.

    Anyone else experience this?
    No one else?????
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  4. #164  
    I am new to this post. I just read and followed your instructions on downloading the Resco Explorer, and installing the patch into the RAM folder of my Sprint Treo 700p. However, I'm still in the dark on how to "tether" my phone w/ my laptop? Can anyone walk me through that?
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    #165  
    Ok, someone take pity on me please and help. I have the hack installed via the resco move method. I am running Windows XP on my tablet and have the phone and tablet paired. I then go on the tablet to:

    -Network Connections
    -Create a new connection
    -choose connect to the internet
    -setup my connection manually
    -connect using a dial up modem
    -when I have the option to select the device, I choose Modem-Bluetooth DUN modem (com 14)
    -then name the connection "Treo"
    -type #777 as the phone number to call
    -select "for my use only" for who is able to use the connection
    -enter my vision username and password and uncheck the "make this the default internet connection

    It tries to dial the #777 and after 10 secs or so comes up with Error 692, there was a hardware failure in the modem.

    Am I doing something wrong? I never had the 650 so this is my first attempt at a bluetooth dial up hack.

    Thanks in advance for any ideas.

    EDIT: Ok, I just noticed that Although under the Dial Up heading in network connections, the newly made connection shows "disconnected", under the LAN or High Speed Internet, I am showing a Local Area Connection 3 that shows connected and Bluetooth PAN newtork adapter underneath, although when I try to open a webpage, I am getting a page cannot be displayed message. Any ideas?

    EDIT2: My BlueSoleil software (driver for usb bluetooth plug in) shows that Bluetooth Dial Up Networking service and Object push services are enabled and it shows my phone username so it is linked and the Treo BT manager shows the tablet as a trusted device, so I assume the phone to tablet pc connection is ok, but still no connection - I also tried removing the username and password from the dial up login. I also haven't gotten the laptop icon on the 700.
    Last edited by noahas; 06/05/2006 at 01:02 AM.
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    #166  
    Mine worked without entering a user name and password, other than that those are the same steps I just used. One thing to check, watch the bluetooth icon on your phone and as you computer is connecting "opening port" you should see it switch to a laptop icon. This way you know whether the connection issue is between your computer and phone or phone and sprint.
  7. #167  
    I was sad when Verizon said...."Ya it will do BT tethering.....FOR $15 dollars more a month". #@%^&%%$%$@@*&$%*&@$%*&$%*%$@ So when I sw this I had to try it. Works great. Very easy and very stable.
    Thank You!
    700pInIt
    Palm Pro > Plam VII > m130 > T3 > T5 > LifeDrive > Treo 650 > Treo 700p > 700w
    Holly crap who knew these Treo thingys were so cool!
  8. #168  
    noahas - did you perform a soft reset on your palm?
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    #169  
    Quote Originally Posted by SKYravefever
    noahas - did you perform a soft reset on your palm?
    Several actually, also, a reboot on the laptop

    I don't need to change the windows firewall settings at all do I? That is the only firewall I am using.
  10. #170  
    What was wrong on mine was my Hotsync manager was using the same port as my connection "modem" (700p). Closed Hotsync down and it connected to the net perfectly. Just remember to open hotsync again.
    700pInIt
    Palm Pro > Plam VII > m130 > T3 > T5 > LifeDrive > Treo 650 > Treo 700p > 700w
    Holly crap who knew these Treo thingys were so cool!
  11. #171  
    I'm unsure if Windows firewall settings need to be tampered with, but it wouldn't hurt to disable it while you're testing.

    I'm disappointed in the results of my testing.

    DSL (dslreports.com/stest?loc=1):
    1244 / 167

    BT tethered (dslreports.com/stest?loc=1):
    258 / 61

    700p Blazer (dslreports.com/mspeed):
    168

    Nevertheless, thanks mmastrac & Merlyn_3D for making it happen.
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    #172  
    Quote Originally Posted by 700pInIt
    What was wrong on mine was my Hotsync manager was using the same port as my connection "modem" (700p). Closed Hotsync down and it connected to the net perfectly. Just remember to open hotsync again.
    700pInIt
    Unfortunately it can't be that for me, I don't have the Hotsync software loaded on the tablet (its on my desktop).
  13. #173  
    Quote Originally Posted by SKYravefever
    I'm unsure if Windows firewall settings need to be tampered with, but it wouldn't hurt to disable it while you're testing.

    I'm disappointed in the results of my testing.

    DSL (dslreports.com/stest?loc=1):
    1244 / 167

    BT tethered (dslreports.com/stest?loc=1):
    258 / 61

    700p Blazer (dslreports.com/mspeed):
    168

    Nevertheless, thanks mmastrac & Merlyn_3D for making it happen.

    Could you try USB tethered?
    Sprint Pre, Mugen 2800mah battery
  14. #174  
    Quote Originally Posted by xenophonite
    Could you try USB tethered?
    I wanted to do that last night, but didn't know how to go about it. BT DUN was easy since BlueSoleil had a DUN option. I think I need the USB modem driver, right? Where can this be found?
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    #175  
    Quote Originally Posted by SKYravefever
    I wanted to do that last night, but didn't know how to go about it. BT DUN was easy since BlueSoleil had a DUN option. I think I need the USB modem driver, right? Where can this be found?
    If it is so easy, what am I doing wrong?

    On a side note, I think I might have to give up, when I tried to play Bejeweled this morning, it would do a soft reset each time I tried, restored a backup from just before I installed the hack and all works fine again. Maybe it isn't meant to be for me.
  16. #176  
    to use the treo as a modem via the usb cable you need to download the sprint connection manager software, there is a link to the download on the palm CD....
  17. #177  
    Quote Originally Posted by noahas
    If it is so easy, what am I doing wrong?

    On a side note, I think I might have to give up, when I tried to play Bejeweled this morning, it would do a soft reset each time I tried, restored a backup from just before I installed the hack and all works fine again. Maybe it isn't meant to be for me.
    It was a bit nerve-racking for my install as well. By easy, I meant relative to performing brain surgery

    From your posts, it sounds to me like the hack wasn't installed properly on it. I got the same device error message in WinXP as well when when I installed it w/out Resco (I tried to avoid it by performing a Quick Install as well as BT pushing it).

    I would recommend downloading the hack again, put the hack onto a SD card using a card reader. Then use Resco to move it to the RAM.

    Also, what's the likelihood of you performing a hard reset to get tethering working?
  18. #178  
    Try this...

    sprint.com/downloads

    Look for....
    Sprint PCS Connection Manager for Phone as Modem/USB Cables
    Sprint Pre, Mugen 2800mah battery
  19. #179  
    I'll give a whirl and post the results tonight since my cable's at home.
  20. #180  
    I found that if I use the Sprint Dialup connection manager at all, then it wouldn't work.

    What I did on the XP side to get it to work.

    1. Make sure old Spring Connection manager is uninstalled. Remove any old Dialup configs, Sprint and/or Bluetooth
    2. Reboot
    3. Install Sprint connection manager (reboot like it says at the end).
    4. Do not run connection manager
    5. Create a dialup connection manually using the "Palm Modem". Have it dial #777, no username or password needed.


    The first few times I did this, I always tried launching Sprint Connection Manager software. I think something with this software was causing it to fail.


    BTW.. Did anyone notice that the Palm Modem driver is made by June Fabrics (PDANet)?
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